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FIRST FRIDAY, December 6, 7pm: 'Welcome, Yule!' Concert of Early Music with 'Lachrimae' of FPU directed by Paul Scharfenberger
Franklin Pierce University's 'Lachrimae' under the direction of Paul Scharfenberger, is a small, select group of singers and players who specialize in the music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. It was founded in 1979 and has been performing continually in the Monadnock Region since that time. 5 to 6pm KidCraft is "Holiday Craft." From 6 to 7pm the Mariposa will host a reception for 'Lachrimae' and our current exhibit "The Paper-cut Landscapes of Artist and Illustrator Giles Laroche." Admission to all First Friday events is free and open to the public.
Saturday, December 7th, 7 pm: Fundraiser for Victims of Philippines Typhoon: Drumming Performance with Ult Mundane & Friends.
Suggested donation: $10. Benefits Kids International.
Sunday, December 8, 2pm: Holiday Gift-making Workshop
Giving distinctive handmade gifts that have taken a little time, a little creativity and a little heart is especially meaningful. Education Director Terry Reeves, using various craft mediums, will facilitate a workshop creating gifts for the holidays. The workshop is appropriate for children 6 and older and all adults. Admission is $8.00 per person and includes all supplies. RSVP is a must: Terry Reeves 603.924-4555 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, December 15, 2 pm: Festivals of Light: Celebrating Chanukah, Las Posadas, Diwali, Kwanzaa, St. Lucia's Day & Christmas Traditions!
Adults $6, Senior $5, Child $4, Members Free.
Thursday, December 19th, 7 pm: A Child's Christmas in Wales and Caroling with Sebastian Lockwood and Nanette Perrotte.
Adult $7, Senior $6, Member $5, Child free.
Museum/Gift Shop Open: Wednesday - Sunday - 11am-5pm