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Hollis Brookline Journal Friday, July 31, 1998 Page 17 t.up, g SO ARTS 31 g, contemporary bluegrass, Rossi's, Dublin, Tickets $10. Infl)rma- second floor, Bedlbrd Town Ilall. Need 7 men and 3 women of any age. No prepared monologues re- quired. Information ,lean Monesmith 472-5347. eltill Kickers, Rynborn Restaurant and ,%5, 588-6162. Crossing, bluegrass, Del Rossi's $10, 8:30 p.m. 563-7195. r, August 1 Andrew Rangell, Monadnock P. eterborough Town House, Peterbor- 15/$12. Information 924-7610/ , paintings and pho- gust. Peterborough Town Li- St., Peterborough. Library Florals (Darla Ross) Information Rynborn Restaurant and Blues ~, $5, 588-6162. Sheraton Tara, Nashua, 8 p.m.- 9 pm./$10 after 9 p.m. Casual at- or sneakers. Complimentary hors al D.J. Door prizes. Inlbrma- of N.H. 1-800~5644. exhibition, Harriet Chaplin of of August at The Ground Floor between Hollis Photo/Frame Post Office. Inforamtion 4~5-2011. 2 Anthony DeMure, 4 p.m., Peter- House, Peterborough. Tickets $20/ 924-7610/8(R)-86&9613. Suzanne Cleverdon, organist, Milford, 4-5 p.m. Free. Chil- 3 Painting workshop (through Aug 7), h Arts Pro Tern, Peterborough, Wednesday, August 5 'You Never Can Tell', C,.B. Shaw comedy(through Aug. 16), Peterborough Players, Hadley Road, Pe- terborough. Inlbrmation 924-7585. N. It. National C, uard a0th Army Band, Emerson Park, Milford 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, August 6 Monadnock Music concert celebrating reopen- ing of Marlow's Jones tlall, Marlow town square, 8 p.m. Free. Preconcert dinner Christmas Trees Inn, Rt. 10, Marlow, 6-7:30 p.m. $7/adults, 3.50/children under 12. Sponsored by PC Connection. Friday, August 7 Otis and the Elevah)rs, Rynborn Restaurant and Blues Club. Antrim, 588-6162. First Friday ,gong Circle, folk song group, Uni- tarian Church, Milford. Use "Rise Up Singing" book, bring acoustic instrument. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, August 8 Monadnoek Music concert, Ciompi String Quar- tet, Peterborough Town House, Peterborough, 8 p.m. Tickets $20/$15/$12. Information 924-7610/8(D-868- 9613. D.D. & the Road Kings, Rynborn Restaurant and Blues Club, Antrim, $6, .588-6162. Contra dance, Franeestown Town Hall, 8-11 p.m. Damaris Rohsenow, caller. New England Voices, Sid Itall, monthly readers series. Special guests Walter Butts, Chris Dornin. 7 p.m. Toadstool Bookshop, Lorden Plaza, Milford. Auditions, Operafest of NH. youth chorus, 'The Classical Singers,' 1998-99 season. Singers Ages 8- 18, 124 p.m. Also Aug. 9., Bel Cando Studio, 13 Birch St., Derry. Must have music for pianist. Informa- tion 229-1842. 4 Unexpected 7 p.m. (also Aug. 5), Sunday, August 9 Russell Sherman piano concert, Peterborough Town Itouse, Peterborough, 8 p.m. Tickets $10/$15/ $12. Information 97A-7610 -9613. EVENTS 31 21.thePlaeetoGo,46ConcordSt., Saturday, August 8 Forum 'Global Peterborough, 7-9 pro. Informa- Peterborough Sales Day, all Facts and Poli- tion 6.54-,=,474. over town outside sale tables. McCarthy, 8 p.m.,Custos Morum, Rebekah Sponsored by Retailers Commit- Meeting House. Lodge #'a3, Eagl e Hall, 8 p.m. regu- tee. Information: Chamber of g2&7Z35, lar meeting. Commerce 924-7Z34. An@ 's in Milford The cast of Andy's Summer Playhouse production of 'The Winter's Tale' will perform tonight (Fri- day, July 31) at 7 p.m. in the Milford Town Hall.The performance is free because of sponsorship by Toadstool Bookshop. From left are Jonathan Roitman, Erik Duchesne, Mari Burelle, Gwen Williams, Maghan Donnelly, Emily Labnon, Shaun Provost, Dave Quay, Rob Millbrandt, Michael Rivas, Stephanie Spiedel, Caitlin Allen, Joy Engel, Alison Ezell and Abe Burelle. FOR FAMILIES Friday, July 31 the Winter's Tale,' adapted for children, Andy's Summer Playhouse on tour, Milford Town Hall, 7 p.m. Information 588-3151. Saturday, August 1 Photography for kids, Canterbury Shaker Village, Canterbury. Workshop cost $25, discounted for mem- bers. Information and registration 783-9511. 'The Winter's Tale,' adapted for children, Andy's Summer Playhouse on tour, 7 p.m., Hillsboro Ma- sonic Lodge. Information 588-3151. Monday, August 3 'The Winter's Tale,' adapted for children, Andy's Summer Playhouse, Wilton. 7:30 p.m. $9/adults, $6/ children under 16. Information 6,54-2613. 'Getting Thru to Kids: Problem Solvi ng with Ch i l- dren Ages 6 to 18,' Phillip Mountrose, 7:30 p.m., Barnes and Noble, Daniel Webster Hwy, Nashua. Tuesday, August 4 'Getting Thru to Kids: Problem Solving with Children Ages 6 to Milford Farmers' Market, 9 " S a.m.-noon, American Stage Fes- 1 l nday,.Augu t 7 Children's fair rival grounds. Market, 9 Amos Fortune Forum, "A Year Ham and bean supper, Granite Stage Fes- in Iianoi: An Innocent Abroad", Grange, Grange tiall, Milford, 5-7 NEW IPSWICH--The 137th Charles Bickford, Sp.m,()ld Meet- p.m. Open to public. Dinners to annual New Ipswich Children s ingItouse,JaffreyCenter, Jaffrey. go available. Fair will be Saturday, Aug. 15, Free. beginning at 10 a.m., on the 2 Midnight Golf Tournament, grounds of the New Ipswich Con- ,anChureh'sMonadnock Country Club, Peter- Sunday, August 9 gregational Church, ill erform a free borough, 7 p.m. dinner. Informa- The Native American Point ofTo donate articles for the auc- sti n music, 6 p.m., tion 924-7142. View, 1-3 pro., Another Place Con- tion, gift table, rummage sale and Nashua. Three-rlng circus, The Cam- ferenceCenter, Greenville.Dona- white elephant table, garden American Legionmarts, in Merrimack, 5:30 and 7:30 tion $10. Information 878-3201. shop, country store and the book Milford. 7:30-p.m. Advance tickets are $6 for Setting Limits for Children: A sale, orto workatthe fair, call Jim public, adults, $4 for children. Tickets at New Approach, 3:,T}-5:30 p.m., An- Cooper at 878-1349, Steve Eaton the door are $8 for adults and $5 other Place center, Greenville. at 878-3441 or the church office at 3 for children. Donation $10. 878-3201. 878-1327. 18,' Phillip Mountrose, 7:30 p.m., Barnes and Noble, S. Willow St., Manchester. t his- tOur, 6 p.m. Regis- call 673-1946. 6 Antiques fNew Hampshire , Thurs.- Sat. 10 a.m.4 286-7506, 239. g. :k Outright, gay/ alliance, ages 14- Brooidine Something Mary" Sun.-Thurs. 7:30 I'm the Chairman of the Board at Bob's! d6 'q renlAII Major Brand appliances available at great prices. Factory- trained technicians are on staff at Bob's. Parts department open Monday through Saturday for your convenience. A service technician is available to discuss your problem 7:30 to 8:00 a.m. Bob's is IJIR6E ENOlI611 TO SEINE YOU, SMALL ENOUGll TO CARE! Friday, August 7 Singles Dance, Together of New Hampshire, Mer- rimack Hotel, Merrimack, 8 p.m.-1 a.m (also Sat. Aug. 8), Admission: $8/before 9 p.m.; $10/after 9 p.m., D J, hors d'ouevres, casual dress, no jeans, sneak- ers. Inforamtion 800-688-5644. Saturday, August 8 Down Under Picnic and Field Day, proceeds ben- efit Souhegan Valley Boys and Girls Club, 14 p.m., Shepard's Park, Milford. Lunch provided by Outback Steakhouse 1-3 p.m. Music, field games. Tickets in advance only, order by August 3. Individual sponsor (adult and I club kid) $30; corporate spon- sor, $100. Tickets and information 673-6820. Sum/mer Milford Event Thursday, Aug. 6 at 7 p,m. Hurryt. Supplies are Umited. history buffs. We are also selling the companion volume, "Walking Tour of Amherst Village" at half-price: just $3.95. A special purchase agreement with local author Time again for our monthly readers' Robert H. Rowe is allowing us to sell series, 'New EnglandVoices',hostedby his immensely local author Sidney Hall Jr. This month's popular book, featured writers will be "Walter Butts and " C o I o n i a 1 Chris Dornin. Beat the heat by coming Amherst Village" down and enjoying regional authors at half-price! sharing their work and the creative This beautifully force that drives them. Time illustrated book permitting, we invite you to originally sold share your writing too! for $20, but can Remem- ber: you need now be yours not be a writer to for just $9.95, attend, merely a great for area residents, visitors or lover of words.