Mar
30
Sat
2018/2019 Winter Farmers’ Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens
Mar 30 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
2018/2019 Winter Farmers' Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens

Indoor Farmers' Market with over 30 participating vendors, selling local food from local farms and live music every Saturday starting Nov. 3rd through April 20th (excluding Dec. 29th). Visit www.concordwintermarket.com for a complete list of vendors and their products being sold.
Products being sold: Seafood, Bread & Baked Goods, Coffee/Tea, Maple, Dairy, Beef, Pork, Chicken, Goat, Turkey, Lamb, Eggs, Honey, Apples, Prepared Foods, Vegetables, and Pet Treats.

Sponsor: Cole Gardens

Apr
6
Sat
2018/2019 Winter Farmers’ Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens
Apr 6 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
2018/2019 Winter Farmers' Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens

Indoor Farmers' Market with over 30 participating vendors, selling local food from local farms and live music every Saturday starting Nov. 3rd through April 20th (excluding Dec. 29th). Visit www.concordwintermarket.com for a complete list of vendors and their products being sold.
Products being sold: Seafood, Bread & Baked Goods, Coffee/Tea, Maple, Dairy, Beef, Pork, Chicken, Goat, Turkey, Lamb, Eggs, Honey, Apples, Prepared Foods, Vegetables, and Pet Treats.

Sponsor: Cole Gardens

The Seacoast Home Show @ Whittemore Center Arena
Apr 6 @ 10:00 am – Apr 7 @ 5:00 pm

The 2019 Seacoast Home Show is the perfect place to get a head start on your home and garden projects…

New England Expos presents the 24th Annual Seacoast Home Show at the Whittemore Center Arena on the campus of the University of New Hampshire.

There will be over 200 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services for your home in areas such as building & remodeling, kitchens & bathrooms, green living, gardens, landscaping and more!

Apr
13
Sat
2018/2019 Winter Farmers’ Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
2018/2019 Winter Farmers' Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens

Indoor Farmers' Market with over 30 participating vendors, selling local food from local farms and live music every Saturday starting Nov. 3rd through April 20th (excluding Dec. 29th). Visit www.concordwintermarket.com for a complete list of vendors and their products being sold.
Products being sold: Seafood, Bread & Baked Goods, Coffee/Tea, Maple, Dairy, Beef, Pork, Chicken, Goat, Turkey, Lamb, Eggs, Honey, Apples, Prepared Foods, Vegetables, and Pet Treats.

Sponsor: Cole Gardens

Earth Day Festival 2019: Be Water Wise @ Massabesic Audubon Center
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

This twelfth annual festival, “Be Water Wise,” includes food from Roots Catering, live music, games, and activities and fun. Meet the frogs, turtles, snakes and other animals that are ambassadors for nature education. See a rehabilitated raptor be released back into the wild. A dozen or more organizations and businesses provide unique earth-friendly items and tips to be water wise. Learn how you can keep our waters healthy for people, plants and everything in between. Advanced registration required.

Apr
15
Mon
My Approach to Working with Nature @ Red Fox Bar & Grille
Apr 15 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
My Approach to Working with Nature @ Red Fox Bar & Grille |  |  |

Mountain Garden Club, in Mount Washington Valley, offers a Lunch & Learn program on April 15, 2019, featuring Jamie Colen, garden director at Fuller Gardens in North Hampton, NH.
 

Jamie Colen’s approach is that we need to work with nature, not against it. Too often we do not take the time to observe nature enough to understand the balance. This is true with the respect to pests that are often maligned and treated with harsh chemicals that upset the predator/prey balance.

He insists that careful observation can help gardeners avoid bad choices. Soil makeup and care is of massive importance – we should not look at soil as simply being a sponge that holds water. Soil is teeming with life forms and their role must be understood in order for plants to thrive – feed the soil so the soil feeds the plants. Jamie has been a rose consultant for the City of Boston and speaks frequently to garden clubs across New England.

Sponsor: Mountain Garden Club

My Approach to Working with Nature @ Red Fox Bar & Grille
Apr 15 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

15px 0px;line-height:16.5pt; >Jamie Colen is the garden director at Fuller Gardens in North Hampton, NH. His approach is that we need to work with nature, not against it. Too often we do not take the time to observe nature enough to understand the balance. This is true with the respect to pests that are often maligned and treated with harsh chemicals that upset the predator/prey balance.

He insists that careful observation can help gardeners avoid bad choices. Soil makeup and care is of massive importance – we should not look at soil as simply being a sponge that holds water. Soil is teeming with life forms and their role must be understood in order for plants to thrive – feed the soil so the soil feeds the plants. Jamie has been a rose consultant for the City of Boston and speaks frequently to garden clubs across New England.

Sponsor: Mountain Garden Club

Apr
20
Sat
2018/2019 Winter Farmers’ Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens
Apr 20 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm
2018/2019 Winter Farmers' Market at Cole Gardens @ Cole Gardens

Indoor Farmers' Market with over 30 participating vendors, selling local food from local farms and live music every Saturday starting Nov. 3rd through April 20th (excluding Dec. 29th). Visit www.concordwintermarket.com for a complete list of vendors and their products being sold.
Products being sold: Seafood, Bread & Baked Goods, Coffee/Tea, Maple, Dairy, Beef, Pork, Chicken, Goat, Turkey, Lamb, Eggs, Honey, Apples, Prepared Foods, Vegetables, and Pet Treats.

Sponsor: Cole Gardens

May
7
Tue
The Power of Angels, Kitty Angels Fundraiser @ Treasures Antiques
May 7 @ 6:00 pm – May 5 @ 3:15 pm
The Power of Angels, Kitty Angels Fundraiser @ Treasures Antiques |  |  |

2019 “THE POWER OF ANGELS!”

KITTY ANGELS FUNDRAISER

 

Amherst, NH – The 25th annual “Power of Angels, Kitty Angels Fundraiser” will be held at and hosted by Treasures Antiques, Collectables & MORE on Saturday and Sunday, May 4 and 5. The weekend event will run, rain or shine, from 9AM to 5PM.  

   Again this year, this fun and exciting event will feature over 100 artisans and crafters, professionals, food, flea market and yard sale vendors in a county-fair type atmosphere, complete with local food vendor Sillie Puffs, live entertainment, including “Back to the Garden,” a band, who have generously played for this event over the past several years. ‘The New England Brethren of Pirates,’ will be back as well. Members of the Amherst Animal Hospital will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about cats or any other animal and Mapledell Farm of Townsend, MA, will be back and will bring alpacas, donkeys, baby goats and bunnies for petting and will be offering pony rides as well! Other entertainers and times of live entertainment are pending. Herbal health demos will be presented by Health & Hearth, with our in-house vendor Rivka Schwartz.

   Some of the attending vendors include Farmhouse Naked Cakes, Royal Towne Fudge, Amherst Wellness Center, Cutco, Dippy Chippy & More, Lu La Roe, NewPro, Forever Clean Soaps, Vinyl Revival Record Albums, Pet Pawlicy, Anthony Acres Kitty Cat Farm, Willy’s Whirlies, Pampered Chef, Scroll and Tole and WickedBones.

   You’ll be guaranteed to uncover a bargain for yourself, your pet, your home, or your garden sanctuary. Some of the offerings will consist of, but not limited to jewelry, pet and food supplies, candles, soaps, florals, sports memorabilia, clothing, minerals, fossils, crystals, essential oils, various “yard sale” items and a great deal more.  

   Featured throughout the fundraising weekend and into the month of June, is an awe-inspiring raffle of numerous and diverse prizes. All prizes are generously donated by local and national businesses, individuals and some of the on-site vendors.

   “Kitty Angels, Inc.” is the “pet” charity of Treasures, and to date, their fundraising efforts have far exceeded $90,000 in cash and supplies.

   Kitty Angels, Inc., is a no-kill cat shelter and is made up of all unpaid volunteers, dedicated to rescuing stray and abandoned cats and kittens, furnishing them with treatment for injuries or other health issues and then placing them into new forever homes with compatible owners. They are a non-profit, 501(C) 3 charitable corporation where all donations are fully tax-deductible and every penny of every donation is used in the caring of cats.   

   If you’d like to make a donation, but can’t come to the event that weekend, you may send a check or money order to Kitty Angels Inc., P. O. Box 638, Tyngsboro, MA 01879. Please put Treasures in the memo line. As always, you can drop off a check or cash at Treasures and they will forward it for you. If you can’t make a monetary donation at this time, but would like to help, material donations will be happily accepted. Items most needed include cat food (both dry and canned), kitty litter, medical supplies, bedding (clean towels, blankets, quilts, clean denim and corduroy, quilted bedspreads), carriers, cleaning supplies including bleach, laundry detergent and paper towels, photocopy paper, postage stamps, cat toys and cat furniture as well as trash bags. You may also donate new or used items for sale in the store, where all proceeds go to Kitty Angels. Only clean, working and unbroken items please. You don’t have to wait for this event to drop off any material donations for ‘Kitty Angels.’ You can do that by making an appointment with the owners when the store is open, which is 10AM to 5PM daily. The phone number is 603-672-2535 and the address is 106 Ponemah Road, Amherst, NH 03031.

   Special thanks go to our neighbors, Clark & Leighton, P.C. Dentistry who, were kind enough to donate a portion of their land for this event.

   Please consider adopting a new, life-long, forever-friend.

   If you are interested in being a vendor for the event, space is available!

A donation fee of only $30.00 will cover you for both days! Contact Sherry or Rick at (603) 672-2535. Visit their website for more information at www.TreasuresNH.com.

Sponsor: Treasures Antiques

May
11
Sat
28th Annual Kitchen Tour
May 11 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
28th Annual Kitchen Tour

A celebration of stunning views, sleek settings, and cozy charmers, The Music Hall’s 28th Annual Kitchen Tour showcases a slate of state-of-the-art kitchens in both new and historic downtown Portsmouth homes. This Mother’s Day weekend event is your favorite home renovation show come to life, the perfect opportunity to spend an inspiring day with family and friends exploring dream kitchens of all shapes and sizes. The tour will provide access to some enviable and surprising locations. Plus, if you’re looking to turn your imaginings into reality, the craftsmen, artisans, designers, and architects involved in creating these incredible spaces, the Seacoast’s top designers and builders, will be on-site to answer your questions.

Sponsored by: The Music Hall