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* Fall Open HouseFall Open House

Time: 10:00 am

Fall Open House Welcoming parents and children to come visit and learn what makes Acorn School so special! Saturday, November 1, 2014 10:00am - 11:30am 136 Winnicut Rd. Stratham, NH 03885

* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* A Time-Stained GodA Time-Stained God

Time: 7:00 pm

A TIME-STAINED GOD: RELIGIOUS LIVES, CIVIL WAR DEATHS AND THE REMAKING OF GOD IN AMERICA Join the Exeter Historical Society at the Congregational Church in Exeter on Tuesday, November 4, at 7:00 pm (with refreshments at 6:30 pm), for a presentation by Kent McConnell, entitled “A Time-Stained God: Religious Lives, Civil War Deaths and the Remaking of God in America”. In his talk, Phillips Exeter Academy history instructor & author Kent McConnell explores the toll that the devastation of the war took on the religious faith of Americans. Please note that the program will take place at the Congregational Church in Exeter, located at 21 Front Street, Exeter, and is free and open to the public. There is a suggested donation for not-yet members. The Exeter Historical Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the research and preservation of Exeter’s past. The Historical Society is open to the public on a weekly basis, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 – 4:30 pm, and on Saturdays from 9:30 am to noon. Exeter Historical Society, 47 Front Street, PO Box 924, Exeter, New Hampshire, 03833, 603-778-2335, info@exeterhistory.org, www.exeterhistory.org.

* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Morning MixerMorning Mixer

Time: 7:30 am

The Farm at Eastman's Corner will host the November Morning Mixer on November 5th from 7:30 am - 9:00 am, at 244 Amesbury Road in Kensington. Please join us for networking fun and learn all that The Farm at Eastman's Corner offers. Members - FREE Non-Members -

* Ribbon CuttingRibbon Cutting

Time: 3:00 pm

Please join us for a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at The Pines of Newmarket, located at 9 Grant Road in Newmarket at 3:00 pm. Please welcome them as a new Exeter Area Chamber member.

* Exeter Speak-Ups MeetingExeter Speak-Ups Meeting

Time: 6:45 pm

Exeter Speak-Ups Meeting at The Ridge Campus of Riverwoods, 10 White Oak Drive, Creative Arts Room Effective speakers are perceived as leaders! The Exeter Speak-Ups chapter of Toastmasters International teaches public speaking and leadership skills in a friendly, noncompetitive atmosphere with prepared and impromptu speaking opportunities of varying lengths. Proceed at own pace with no pressure to speak. Inexpensive membership. Visitors always welcome for free. www.exeterspeakups.toastmastersclubs.org or call Marina at 603-580-1355 or Tom at 603-706-0528.

* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Ambassadors MtgAmbassadors Mtg

Time: 8:00 am

If you are interested in becoming a Chamber Ambassador, join us the first Thursday of every month at 8:00 am at the Exeter Area Chamber Commerce Conference Room, 24 Front St., Suite 101, Exeter. For more information contact membership@exeterarea.org

* 4th Annual Silent Auction Fund4th Annual Silent Auction Fund

Time: 6:00 pm

A nicker, a neigh, a sniggle and a snort, a whinny, a sigh and a shrill. Why it's the Year of the Horse .... of course! Join Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding, Inc. on November 6th to celebrate our champion equine teachers and healers at our 4th Annual Silent Auction Fundraiser. Round up your friends and meet us at Zorvino Vineyards in Sandown, NH for an evening of great fun. Taste premier wine, kick back with live music by Hilton Park band, enjoy hot & cold hors d'oeuvres, mashed potato martini bar, coffee & dessert and shop our silent auction and mystery bag tables for an abundant variety of unique and handmade items from local artists and businesses. Doors open at 6:00p.m. Wine tasting in the winery from 6:00 - 7:30p.m. Our silent auction will be ongoing throughout the evening and all proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit our therapeutic riding instruction and horsemanship programs for children, adults and Veterans with special needs and life-altering challenges. Learn how the magic of our horses helps others to fly hoof by hoof. It’ll be a championship night you won't want to miss! Business casual attire. Paid reservations by 10/28; /person, /couple, 0/party of 6. To secure a seat, order online at www.wingsandhooves.org or by calling 603-642-3722.

* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* "It's A Wonderful Life""It's A Wonderful Life"

Time: 7:30 pm

Leddy Center in Epping is proud to present the stage production of Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life”, for three weekends and two Wednesday matinees at 2:00pm, October 24- Nov. 9. The role of George Bailey, played by Jimmy Stewart in the movie, is played brilliantly by Leddy veteran, Don LaDuke, and the role of Mary Bailey, played by Donna Reed in the movie, is played to perfection by Leddy favorite, Jane Button. With an all star cast including Steve Koch as Mr. Potter, Dr. Paul Gustavson, as Pop Bailey, Lynn Rockwell, as Ma Bailey, Mike Coppinger, as the Superintendent of Angels, Greg Dixon, as the adorable Clarence the Angel, Kevin Murphy, as Uncle Billy, Richard Gouin, as Harry, George’s brother, Greg deZarn O’Hare, as the pharmacist, Mr. Gower, Dominic Barbarito, as young George, Bob Taylor, as Officer Bert, and Matt Hutchins, as Ernie the cab driver, plus many other Bedford Falls townsfolk, It’s A Wonderful Life comes alive on stage with all the power and emotion you expect from this all time classic story. Sponsored by ACE Hardware/Ben Franklin Store in Raymond, NH and Hurlbert Toyota of Epping, It’s a Wonderful Life is being presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and Sundays and two Wednesday afternoons, at 2:00pm. Tickets are online at www.leddycenter.org 24/7 and by visiting or calling the box office at 603-679-2781, Monday through Friday, between 3pm and 5pm. Leddy Center is celebrating its 40th Season of bringing Broadway musicals and classic drama to our greater communities as a non-profit 501c3 NH Arts and Education Organization.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Holiday Open HouseHoliday Open House

Time: 10:00 am

You're invited to my Mary Kay Sparkle! Open House. I offer Corporate Gift Giving as well as great gift-giving ideas for everyone on your shopping list. All wrapped up and ready to go! Stop in anytime during the hours listed below! Avoid the crowds! Bring a friend or two. I will have a special gift just for you. Lots of raffle prizes too! Please stop by Nov 11 through Nov 16; Tue - Fri 10:00 - 7:00; Sat 10:00 - 5:00; Sun 12:00 - 5:00. Visit my website www.marykay.com/lhorne.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Chamber FastTrak MeetingChamber FastTrak Meeting

Time: 8:00 am

Please join us on the second Wednesday of the month for our monthly briefing meeting located at the Chamber office (24 Front St., Exeter) from 8:00 - 9:00 am. This meeting will provide you the opportunity to meet the Chamber staff and learn about all the benefits the Chamber has to offer you and your business. Please bring business cards and brochures about your business to hand out to the other attendees.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Acorn School Comedy NightAcorn School Comedy Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Come support Acorn School, a non-profit private pre-school and kindergarten in Stratham, New Hampshire. Acorn School was founded 42 years ago by Becky Shepard and has provided young children with enriching opportunities to grow and learn together, both in the classroom and outdoors. The school is a nurturing and exciting place for children to explore, participate and make discoveries. On Saturday, November 15, 2014, we are hosting The Acorn School Fundraiser & Comedy Night at the Portsmouth Gas Light Co. The event will include raffles and a live & silent auction to raise money for capital improvements, the Endowment Fund and the Becky Shepard Scholarship Fund.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Business After HoursBusiness After Hours

Time: 5:00 pm

Please join us for the November Business After Hours hosted by Rmon Networks, located at 166 Plaistow Road (Rte 125), Suite 101, in Plaistow on November 18 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. Chamber Members: FREE; Non-Members: Ten dollars

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Exeter Speak-Ups MeetingExeter Speak-Ups Meeting

Time: 6:45 pm

Exeter Speak-Ups Meeting at The Ridge Campus of Riverwoods, 10 White Oak Drive, Creative Arts Room Effective speakers are perceived as leaders! The Exeter Speak-Ups chapter of Toastmasters International teaches public speaking and leadership skills in a friendly, noncompetitive atmosphere with prepared and impromptu speaking opportunities of varying lengths. Proceed at own pace with no pressure to speak. Inexpensive membership. Visitors always welcome for free. www.exeterspeakups.toastmastersclubs.org or call Marina at 603-580-1355 or Tom at 603-706-0528.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Lunch & LearnLunch & Learn

Time: 11:30 am

Please join us on the third Thursday of each month for our Lunch & Learn program - hosted by a chamber member. Lunch will be provided to those who RSVP by the third Monday of each month. Lunch 11:30 am - Noon Program starts at Noon - 12:45 pm with Q & A from 12:45 pm - 1:00 pm. Please RSVP to membership@exeterarea.org

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

* Exeter Area GFWC Yuletide FairExeter Area GFWC Yuletide Fair

Time: 9:00 am

You are invited to attend one of the most popular holiday craft fairs in the Seacoast area. Browse through the hand-crafted products of over 100 vendors. Enjoy a day of great shopping! Treat yourself to food from our café! Enter to win fantastic raffle prizes! Cooperative Middle School, Academic Way, Stratham, NH.

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

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* The Lamont Gallery EventThe Lamont Gallery Event

Strange Days: The Uncanny, the Curious and Quite Possibly Magical The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents “Strange Days” November 5-December 13, 2014 Mondays 1-5, Tuesdays-Saturdays 9-5. Opening Reception: Friday, November 14, 5-7 pm Gallery Talk with the artists: Saturday, November 15, 10 am As the days become darker and a damp, lingering mist creeps through town, we invite you to submit to the surreal. Strange Days celebrates phenomena of an otherworldly nature: the uncanny, the déjà vu, and the hybrid—phantasms that lie await under the bed or just around the corner. The ceramic work of Angela Cunningham tempers beauty with the grotesque. Monster-maker Haig Demarjian conjures up strange creatures through drawing, painting, and printmaking. Bill Franson turns his camera into a magical viewfinder, capturing the strangeness of the everyday. Pauline Lim’s paintings, inspired by medieval religious art, mine the anxious territory of the contemporary soul. Also Don’t Miss: GIFT! A Mini Holiday Sale at the Lamont Gallery December 10th 9am-5pm 603-777-3461 gallery@exeter.edu www.exeter.edu/lamontgallery

           

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