New Hampshire Antique Co-op presents “Snowbound: Winter Landscapes from the 19th c. to Present,” an exhibit and sale of paintings capturing centuries of the rugged beauty of New England in the heart of winter.
This fine art exhibit and sale of paintings features works by noted nineteenth and twentieth century artists Paul Starrett Sample (1896-1974), Samuel S. Carr (1837-1908), Paul Bernard King (1867-1947), Antonio Cirino (1889-1983), Aldro Hibbard (1886-1972), Birge Harrison (1854-1929), Emile Albert Gruppe (1896-1978), Robert Emmett Owen (1878-1957), Arthur Clifton Goodwin (1864-1929) and more. The exhibit also includes contemporary New England artists Erik Koeppel, William R. Davis and Dave Dodge.
Exhibit on view November 10, 2019 through March 31, 2020.
New Hampshire Antique Co-op invites all to their annual Holiday Open House, held the weekend of November 29–December 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors to NHAC’s Holiday Open House will enjoy three days of events, including delicious refreshments and sweet treats, raffles and prizes, a scavenger hunt, a SHARE pantry food donation drive, as well as special savings throughout the shop. NHAC’s dealers stock their booths with unique antique gift ideas and nostalgic items of yesteryear, and the shop will be festively decorated for the holiday season.
The Holiday Open House kicks off on Friday, November 29 at 10 a.m. with a weekend-long storewide sale on Black Friday. Visitors can stroll the charming Main Street shops of New Hampshire Antique Co-op and discover unique items sure to please the antique enthusiasts on their gift lists. Take a chance on guessing how many candy canes are in a jar—the closest guess wins a $50 New Hampshire Antique Co-op gift card. Test your scouting skills with an antique-themed scavenger hunt to win prizes..
Another annual New Hampshire Antique Co-op holiday tradition is a vintage holiday-themed mini-exhibit. This year’s vignette, created by renowned antique Christmas ornament expert Beverly Weir-Longacre, is a whimsical “Gingerbread House” display, featuring items from Bev’s collection of ornaments and vintage holiday memorabilia, on view from November 9 through January 3.
All are welcome to NHAC’s family-friendly traditions at the Annual Holiday Open House. Drop in for some old-fashioned cheer! Shop local and treat yourself to a weekend of antiquing—it’s the perfect solution to enjoy the busy holiday season.
The 21st annual Festival of Trees will be held on Thursday December 5th 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. at the Exeter Town Hall. Admission is FREE. Exeter’s Festival of Trees is a much anticipated local tradition enjoyed by thousands of area residents. It not only lights up the Town Hall every year, but touches the lives of many people who come together to decorate the beautiful trees, enjoy the festivities and offer hope to children in the surrounding communities.
More than 50 spectacular Christmas trees, sponsored and trimmed by local shops, organizations, and individuals throughout the Seacoast area are on display and auctioned to the highest bidders.
Proceeds from the event are donated to the Community Children’s Fund, providing warm winter clothing and bedding to local children in need.