Archive: Oct 2017

Lakes Region Woodwind Quintet Nov. 5

The 2017 Taylor Concert Series continues with the Lakes Region Woodwind Quintet. The group features Doris Henney, Flute; Kendra Corcoran, Oboe; Debbi Gibson, Clarinet; Nancy Goldenhar, Bassoon, and Robin Jackman, French Horn. The concert is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 5 … Continue reading

Lecture on Henri-Chapelle Cemetery

Six years ago, Aimee Fogg traveled to Belgium to learn about her great uncle’s death in World War II. Today, she has a new appreciation for life – and a growing collection of adopted relatives. Fogg, who lives in Gilford, … Continue reading

Laconia Library Services Info Session

Laconia’s Library isn’t your typical small town library. Stop by Taylor Community’s Woodside Building, Monday, Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. for a talk on the various services provided. This free event is open to the public. Library staff will be … Continue reading

Magical Entertainment Nov. 1

New Hampshire Magician BJ Hickman performs audience participation, comedy magic shows through New England, including New Hampshire, Main, Massachusetts and throughout the U.S., as well as the famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. He brings his magic show to Taylor Community … Continue reading

The Taylor Playreaders Present “Forever Yours”

For a fun-filled afternoon, come experience the Taylor Playreaders as they present a one-act comedy entitled, “Forever Yours,” Monday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. in the Taylor Community’s Woodside Building. The event is free and open to the public. The … Continue reading

St. Paul’s Trio in Concert Oct. 22

The 2017 Taylor Concert Series continues with the St. Paul’s Trio. The trio features Zoia Bologovsky on violin, Pianist Paul Dykstra and Orlando Pandolfi on horn. The event is Sunday, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m. in Taylor Community’s Woodside Building … Continue reading

Storytelling with James Brewer II, Oct. 18

Taylor Community Resident James Brewer II began his storytelling career at the Pasquaney Inn on Newfound Lake in 1985. At that time, he was still a distinguished English teacher at Holderness School. After he retired from teaching, Brewer became increasingly … Continue reading

Lecture on the Weeks Act at Back Bay Oct. 19

(NOTE: This was originally published as being scheduled for Oct. 12. We apologize for the inconvenience). The Weeks Act of 1911 was named for John Wingate Weeks, born in Lancaster, NH. Initially contentious federal legislation, the Act ultimately enabled the … Continue reading

350 Years of New Hampshire Wildlife

Join Tris Leopold, New Hampshire Extension Service, for a virtual journey through the state’s past, focusing on changes in the land and how wildlife populations have responded over time. The presentation is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 12 on Taylor Community’s … Continue reading

Author Marty Appel, Oct. 12

Marty Appel has had an amazing career in baseball. At 19, he was hired to answer Mickey mantle’s fan mail, leading to a life-long friendship with the Mick. George Steinbrenner hired him as publicity director for the New York Yankees … Continue reading