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November 30, 2017
Thank you to those who participated in our Annual Auction!

auction thank you blog

To all who won items in our annual online auction this past November, congratulations - and thank you!  Thanks also to all of you who so generously donated items to the auction, and to our first ever Auction Sponsor, The Beach Plum. Your participation made this auction one of our most successful yet, raising over $50,000 that will support educational programming at The Music Hall.

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November 27, 2017
A Wilcox and Kane Partnership Brings 100 Veterans to White Christmas

White Christmas
As the curtain rises on the tale of two former WWII platoon buddies teaming up with fellow veterans of the 151st Division to aid their retired General, 100 of New Hampshire’s esteemed veterans will be in the audience. Together, they’ll experience the magic, camaraderie, romance, and hilarity of this classic story. Thanks to the generous gift of Jim Teetzel of Wilcox Industries and Michael Kane of The Kane Company, Veterans Count received tickets to Irving Berlin’s White Christmas to distribute to honored veterans for the Wednesday, November 29 performance.

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November 20, 2017
From ski adventures to arctic plunges: help the Warren Miller team give back

Polar Plunge

For the last two decades, the Warren Miller Ski film has come to our Historic Theater the week of Thanksgiving. Each year, for three days, we follow the athletes team as they take us on their ski adventures all around the world. This year’s film “Line of Descent, presented by Volkswagen” takes us to Squaw Valley, Jackson Hole, Norway, the French Alps, British Columbia, Steamboat Springs, New Zealand, and some other skiing venues.

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November 14, 2017
It’s the sweetest time of the year


It’s that time of year again, it’s time for me to pull out my baking pans, remember how to use my oven, and start building my Gingerbread House. For those of you who know me personally, or have been following this blog for awhile, you know that I take this competition very seriously, I’m even a member of the committee that runs the competition. I’ve built a first draft of my model, I’ve reached out to expert bakers for tips and tricks (and I want to send a very big THANK YOU to Popovers on the Square for ALLLLLLL of their help!), and roped in some coworkers.

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November 9, 2017
Where there’s food, there’s waste.


A very unfiltered Anthony Bourdain, the producer of “Wasted,” is passionate about this subject.  The film also features world-renown chef Mario Batali, a world renowned chef, who regaled us at the Music Hall last year. Mario is devoted to reducing food waste.

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November 6, 2017
Show + Tell: School Life

School Life

I’m not always in the mood for a quiet movie in a beautiful setting with a positive message and appealing characters. After all, I rank Pulp Fiction and The Usual Suspects among my all-time favorites and I know the energy a good villain can bring to a story. But from the moment I heard about School Life, the movie we’re going to be discussing on Tuesday night in The Music Hall Loft, I found myself looking forward to it with real anticipation.

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