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Plymouth Regional Chamber’s Business After Hours event Dec. 10 at Bed and Breakfast at Red Gate Farm


PLYMOUTH — The Holiday season is here, so come out and join the Plymouth Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, December 10th, from 5:00-7:00 pm as friends and colleagues gather for a festive evening with the best networking in the region to be hosted by the Bed and Breakfast at Red Gate Farm, 188 Highland Street in Plymouth.

Well known as a center for arts, crafts and antiques, owner Janice Maves has now expanded her business with the addition of hospitality and a B and B. Get a chance to see and learn about their brand new facility while you mix and mingle with Chamber members, partners, and friends as they relax and enjoy refreshments, conversation, and door prizes, and enjoy the best networking in the region.

Bed and Breakfast at Red Gate Farm guest rooms are furnished in an eclectic country style with furnishings and fine art from their gallery and antiques store. Comfortable queen size beds are covered in handcrafted quilts and Egyptian cotton sheets. Wifi is available throughout the house. Breakfast is served each morning in the open kitchen which is decorated with vintage diner and restaurant signs. Blueberry pancakes, omelettes to order and apple cake from scratch are often on the menu for breakfast. Gluten free and kosher options are also available.

This business-networking event, conducted by the Plymouth Regional Chamber, is part of their active support of the regional businesses and is possible through the generous support of key area businesses and professionals.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 08:00

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Pasquaney Garden Club to met on December 9

BRISTOL — The Pasquaney Garden Club's December event will be held on Tuesday, December 9 at 11 a.m. at the Bristol Baptist church.

The event will include a short business meeting followed by a potluck luncheon.

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Mountain Lake Chorale concert in Laconia Dec. 16

LACONIA — The Mountain Lake Chorale (MLC) returns to Taylor Community Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 6:45 p.m. in the Woodside Building.

The event is free and open to the public, but reservations are required to ensure seating. Call 524-5600, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

The MLC was started in April 2009 and now has 14 members under the direction of Leslie McDonnell, who also directs the Pemigewasset Choral Society. Everyone in the MLC is a past or present member of the Pemi Choral Society and/or Dan Perkins' Master Chorale.

The group collectively travels more than 575 miles to rehearse each week. They hail from nine different states originally and live in 10 towns throughout the Lakes Region.

Five members have bachelors of music or music education degrees and two have masters of music degrees. Ten members play a total of 14 instruments. The group has performed in 14 different states and 29 foreign countries. They bring a love of singing to their weekly rehearsals and hope to share that love with the audience Dec. 16.

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Gilford Village Candlelight Stroll events on December 13 are open to all

GILFORD — All are invited to Gilford Village on Saturday, December 13th, from 5:00-7:00 pm for the third Candlelight Stroll. Hundreds of candles will light the street from the Library and along Belknap Mountain Road from the 1857 Grange to the 1838 Rowe House.

The road will be closed to traffic with plenty of free parking in the elementary school parking lot behind the Rowe House and in the Library, Youth Center/Church parking lots.

The Stroll is free and open to all. Relax and enjoy a stroll, enjoy listening to carolers, enjoy s'mores by a bonfire, enjoy the activities offered at the Library and at the three historical buildings, and enjoy a horse and wagon ride.

At the Library there will be line dancing and young people will have the opportunity to make a holiday ornament. The Library and the Rowe House, at each ends of the stroll, are where visitors may choose to take a horse and wagon ride.

The next stop could be either the Store or the Grange. The historical 1836 Village Store (which is still run as a store) will be offering refreshments.

Across the street, visit the 1857 Grange Building. In the kitchen you may enjoy a warm cookie. In the Store Area there are many items depicting its origins as the Morrill Store. There is also an old-fashioned printing press, come and learn how newspapers and pamphlets were printed. Visit the Homestead Room and see how a family could live in a one room home when they first settled in a new area before they built a larger home.

Stop at the 1834 Meetinghouse (once a church) to warm up, admire the tree and perhaps partake of a cup of hot mulled cider. There are many museum items to look at, such as quill pens and school slates, old dolls. There will be a choral group entertaining from 5:00-6:00 pm, and carolers shortly afterward.

Across the street at the Village Field there will be a big bonfire where you may make s'mores. Some homes along the way are participating, be surprised as you stroll.

Finish off the Stroll with a visit to the 1838 Rowe House and enjoy some hot mulled cider in the kitchen. Its four rooms are fully furnished as a farm house would have been, with an icebox, butter churns and molds, glass milk bottles, rope bed, fireplaces, soap stone to warm the bed, and many other items that may bring back memories of grandparents homes. Your young ones may be amazed at how families lived in the 1800's and even into the 1940's. They may even appreciate our modern life more fully
In the parlor from 5:00-6:00 pm. young visitors may enjoy making a candy cane ornament. From 6:00-7:00 pm enjoy listening to some holiday music as sung by one of our local artists.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 November 2014 07:44

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