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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* 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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* Ambassadors MeetingAmbassadors Meeting

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

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* The Caveman Challenge BBQ PartThe Caveman Challenge BBQ Part

Time: 12:00 pm

Calling all Cargo Moving and Storage is having a fundraising event called "The Caveman Challenge BBQ Party" to benefit Easter Seals and Veterans Count, organizations that help local military personnel in need. there will be food and drinks, as well as a 50/50 raffle and a silent auction!

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* LifeVantage OpportunityLifeVantage Opportunity

Time: 6:45 pm

Join us at the Exeter Chamber of Conference room to learn about LifeVantage. A vehicle to better health and residual income! the 45 minute presentation will begin at 7 pm. please arrive early to mingle and meet local team members. Please RSVP to InnerVision2012@gmail.com as space as limited.

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* 2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees

Time: 5:00 pm

2-4-1 Tuesdays buy one signature pizza get the second one for free! Some restrictions apply see website for details. This event is EVERY Tuesday. 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria 1 Brickyard Square Epping, NH 03042 (603) 734-2809 www.900degrees.com

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* Mary Todd Lincoln ReenactmentMary Todd Lincoln Reenactment

Time: 6:30 pm

Join the Exeter Historical Society on Tuesday, April 7, at 7:00pm (with refreshments at 6:30pm), for a presentation by Sally Mummey, entitled “Mary Todd Lincoln: Wife and Widow.” The program will take place at the Exeter Historical Society, 47 Front Street, Exeter, and is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities Council. Living historian Sally Mummey portrays Mary Todd Lincoln as she muses on her life from her dreams as a girl to her years as First Lady during the Civil War. Mrs. Lincoln shares stories of her life with President Lincoln and the events of that evening in Ford’s Theatre when the assassin’s bullet not only changed the course of the nation but destroyed her life as well. From the opulence of the White House to the dregs of obscurity, Mrs. Lincoln lived out her life struggling with affliction and tragedy. With wit and heartbreak, seasoned with abiding love for her husband and her children, Mrs. Lincoln reveals the passionate humanity of a misunderstood woman. 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.

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* 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.

* Small Business Showcase/BAHSmall Business Showcase/BAH

Time: 4:00 pm

Small businesses will exhibit their services & products at the Small Business Showcase & Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours, located at Seacoast School of Technology, 30 Linden Street, Talbot Gym in Exeter from 4 - 7pm.

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* Volunteer Orientation Volunteer Orientation

Time: 5:30 pm

Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding, Inc. invites you to become a member of our volunteer team and join us as we welcome our session’s “Horse Buddies” and riders. Located in East Kingston, New Hampshire, Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding, Inc., a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, aims to enhance the lives of children and adults with physical, emotional and developmental challenges by building confidence through equine-assisted activities and partnerships. Have time to share with our horses and students? Join our lesson team as a sidewalker or horse leader. Enjoy creative projects and planning special events? We’d love to hear from you! Our spring volunteer orientation and training session is April 8th from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. To register for an orientation, please call the office at 603-642-3722 or email us at volunteer@wingsandhooves.org. Don’t wait, save the date and contact us now! – space is limited. Our lessons are held on weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings. No experience necessary; minimum age to volunteer is 14. Be sure to visit us at www.wingsandhooves.org and follow us on Facebook and Twitter. See you soon!

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* Ribbon CuttingRibbon Cutting

Time: 9:30 am

Please join us on Thursday, April 9 at 9:30 am for a Ribbon Cutting celebration at The Country View Restaurant, located at 692 Portsmouth Avenue (Rte. 33) in Greenland. Come meet Sandy, Colleen, the staff and welcome them as new Exeter Area Chamber members.

* CCF FundraiserCCF Fundraiser

Time: 12:00 pm

CHARITABLE GAMING TO BENEFIT CHAMBER CHILDREN’S FUND The Exeter Area Charitable Foundation has signed on with Ocean Gaming in Hampton Beach for 10 nights of charitable gaming in 2015. Located on the second floor of 81 Ocean Boulevard, Ocean Gaming offers the best in charitable gaming. With a fully stocked bar, affordable grill and panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean, Ocean Gaming offers two dozen poker tables and other games including Roulette, Blackjack, and Craps. The Exeter Area Charitable Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. The organization raises funds for the Chamber Children’s Fund which provides warm winter clothing and bedding to children in the Exeter Area. The Exeter Area Charitable Foundation will receive 35 percent of each nights proceeds. For more information call Lynn Dow at the Chamber office, (603) 772-2411 or visit http://www.OceanGamingCasino.com.

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* CCF FundraiserCCF Fundraiser

Time: 12:00 pm

CHARITABLE GAMING TO BENEFIT CHAMBER CHILDREN’S FUND The Exeter Area Charitable Foundation has signed on with Ocean Gaming in Hampton Beach for 10 nights of charitable gaming in 2015. Located on the second floor of 81 Ocean Boulevard, Ocean Gaming offers the best in charitable gaming. With a fully stocked bar, affordable grill and panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean, Ocean Gaming offers two dozen poker tables and other games including Roulette, Blackjack, and Craps. The Exeter Area Charitable Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. The organization raises funds for the Chamber Children’s Fund which provides warm winter clothing and bedding to children in the Exeter Area. The Exeter Area Charitable Foundation will receive 35 percent of each nights proceeds. For more information call Lynn Dow at the Chamber office, (603) 772-2411 or visit http://www.OceanGamingCasino.com.

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Paddle Plunge and Family DayPaddle Plunge and Family Day

Time: 10:00 am

Paddle Plunge and Family Fun Day: On April 11, Southern District YMCA supporters will don their best costumes and plunge into the freezing Kingston Lake waters to benefit The Paddle Plunge. The Paddle Plunge is an annual event that raises money for the YMCA Scholarship Fund, which helps make YMCA programs more affordable for families in need. In addition to the Paddle Plunge itself, there are a lot of FREE activities for families and friends to do at camp: climb the treadwall, challenge a friend in carpetball, make s'mores and enjoy a healthy lunch. Whether you choose to take the plunge, donate to the plunge, or simply join us with your family for Family Fun Day and cheer on the Paddle Plunge, this is the place for you: www.crowdrise.com/ymcaplunge

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* Bowling for live to love inc. Bowling for live to love inc.

Time: 6:00 pm

Join us for a fun night at Exeter Bowling Lanes for a good cause! Sponsor a lane: *Family, friends or co-workers *Teams up to 10 bowlers *includes bowling, shoes, pizza and salad *0 a Lane - /per person 50/50, Raffle and Silent Auction Susan (603) 860-7831 What we do: *Organize volunteer groups to participate in other non-profit fundraisers and events. *Develop community service projects for teenagers to participate in. *Looking forward we would like to provide a space for transitional living and more!

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* WOD Against Cancer WOD Against Cancer

Time: 9:00 am

Joanna Rousseau of CF Reclamation is running the Boston Marathon for the leading Cancer Research Center in Boston – you know the one! Come WOD with us! Prizes, raffles & refreshments. Register online is preferred but day of is OK too but please call and reserve your spot! All proceeds go directly 100% to cancer research! RSVP here OR on wWodify at: Http://CrossFitReclamation.wodify.com/membershipsales/home.aspx .00 PER ATHLETE (no transfers/no refunds) All Monies raised go to the Charity 13.1 MIN AMRAP (YES THAT’S 13 MIN 10 SEC) __________________ 5 BOX JUMPS 24/20 10 WALL BALLS 20/14 26 KETTLEBELL SWINGS 53/35 70 DOUBLE/SINGLE UNDERS (thats jumping rope) 119M RUN/ROW ____________________________ WORKOUT CAN BE SCALED FOR ALL LEVELES OF ATHLETE REGISTER/CHECK IN 9AM 1ST HEAT AT 10AM

* YMCA Camp Lincoln Open HouseYMCA Camp Lincoln Open House

Time: 12:00 pm

Come check out YMCA Camp Lincoln. Meet staff, take a tour of camp and get excited for the summer! Open Houses are an excellent opportunity for new and returning families to tour camp, talk with staff members and meet the camp director. Registrations will be accepted for camps that still have openings at these events.

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Morning MixerMorning Mixer

Time: 7:30 am

Join us on April 14 at ReVision Energy located at 7 Commercial Drive in Brentwood from 7:30 am - 9:00 am for our April Morning Mixer. Member - FREE Non-Members - Twenty Dollars

* 2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees

Time: 5:00 pm

2-4-1 Tuesdays buy one signature pizza get the second one for free! Some restrictions apply see website for details. This event is EVERY Tuesday. 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria 1 Brickyard Square Epping, NH 03042 (603) 734-2809 www.900degrees.com

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* Using Internet for BusinessUsing Internet for Business

Time: 6:00 pm

Contact: Jim Richmond, Seacoast SCORE: 603 433-0575 Portsmouth, NH SCORE, volunteer counselors to America’s small business and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration will conduct an in-depth workshop: Title: “Using the Internet to Start or Grow a Small Business” Date: Tuesday, April 14th, 2015, from 6 pm to 9 pm. Location: SCORE Office, 215 Commerce Way, Suite 420, Portsmouth, NH Sponsor: TD Bank Subjects covered in this workshop will include: Using the Internet to run you business more efficiently Tips for building a successful website Tips for improving your website’s search ranking How to advertise your business using the Internet How to sell products on the Internet Learn about how to use the Internet to help your business from experienced executives and obtain valuable tools and reference materials to assist you. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsor, admission to this workshop is free of charge. SCORE continues to provide individualized business counseling free of charge and attendees will have the opportunity to schedule a free follow-up counseling session. For more information or to reserve a seat, call SCORE at (603) 433-0575 or visit our website at seacoast.score.org.

* EHS Bingo Fund-RaiserEHS Bingo Fund-Raiser

Time: 7:00 pm

Exeter High School is having a community Bingo night fund-raiser May 14 in the school's cafeteria from 7-9 pm.

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* LifeVantage OpportunityLifeVantage Opportunity

Time: 6:45 pm

Join us at the Exeter Chamber Conference room to learn about LifeAdvantage, a vehicle to better health and residual income! The 45 minute presentation will begin at 7 pm. Please arrive early mingle and meet local team members. Please RSVP to InnerVision2012@gmail.com as space is limited.

* 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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* 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

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* New Generation's AuctionNew Generation's Auction

Time: 5:00 pm

Mark your calenders for New Generation's 23rd Annual Auction! The auction will be taking place on April 17th, 2015 at the Harbor Events Center at the Marriott Residence Inn at 100 Deer street in Portsmouth from 5:00-9:00 pm. Tickets are per person and include hor d' oeuvers, plated dinner & dessert, and a portion of each ticket is tax deductible. This year's theme, Helping Hands, is a celebration of all that New Generation does to help women become effective, empowered mothers, to help babies grow healthy, and to celebrate all our new donors do to help New Gen, help families! We are excited to have Justin Conway from Paul McInnis Auctions back as our auctioneer this year!

* Parent's Night OutParent's Night Out

Time: 6:00 pm

Parenting is a tough job. Sometimes it’s hard to find time alone to recharge, but it’s important. Southern District YMCA offers an affordable option for families! Parents Night Out is held the third Friday of the month from 6-9pm. Enjoy a grown up evening while professional Y Staff treat your kids to an evening of fun. Kids play games, meet new friends, work on art projects, share hobbies and more. Pizza, snack & drinks will be served. per child, per additional sibling; Family Rate You must register by the Wednesday before by contacting stephanie@sdymca.org or by calling 603-642-3361.

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* 2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees

Time: 5:00 pm

2-4-1 Tuesdays buy one signature pizza get the second one for free! Some restrictions apply see website for details. This event is EVERY Tuesday. 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria 1 Brickyard Square Epping, NH 03042 (603) 734-2809 www.900degrees.com

* Starting Your Own Business?Starting Your Own Business?

Time: 6:00 pm

Contact: Jim Richmond, Seacoast SCORE: 603-433-0575 Portsmouth, NH SCORE, volunteer counselors to America’s small business and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration, will conduct an in-depth workshop on how to start or grow a small business: Title: Are You Ready to Start Your Own Business? Date: Tuesday, April 21st, 2015, from 6pm to 9pm. Location: SCORE, 215 Commerce Way, Suite 420, Portsmouth, NH Sponsor: Eastern Bank In this seminar, prepared by our SCORE mentor team, you will get tools to help you address: • How much cash do you need? Where can you go to get it? • The biggest myths about small-business start-ups • Marketing versus sales – are you ready to do both? • How to assess your revenue potential • How to start building your winning business plan • The best structure for your company – LLC, sole proprietor or something else? • The people you must have on your team, and how to find them • Improving the odds of success • Management skills you must have, or must learn • Avoiding tax and regulatory pitfalls Discuss the details of how to start or grow your business with experienced executives and obtain valuable tools and reference materials to assist you. Thanks to generous support from our sponsor, we are able to offer this workshop free of charge. SCORE continues to provide individualized business counseling free of charge and attendees will have the opportunity to schedule a free follow-up counseling session. For more information or to reserve a seat, call SCORE at (603) 433-0575 or visit our website at seacoast.score.org.

* Sailing Program @ Stratham LibSailing Program @ Stratham Lib

Time: 6:00 pm

The Wiggin Memorial Library in Stratham will host "The Midwatch Journey: A Family's 20-month Sailing Adventure," a presentation by Kim Scamman LaDue on Tuesday April 21 at 6 pm. The LaDue family set sail from Beaufort, North Carolina in the fall of 2012 to fulfill a life-long dream of adventure aboard the sailing vessel Midwatch, a 1987 35-foot sloop built in Sweden. The idea was to have an adventure, spend more time together as a family, recapture the thrill of learning and experience new places and cultures. The family, including three year old Finn and eight year old Anna, spent 20 months aboard and traveled as far as Norway in an Atlantic loop that included stops in Scotland, Ireland, France, Spain, the Canary Islands, the Caribbean and the Bahamas. The journey was a true adventure with both amazing highs and even a few scary moments; it was a trip-of-a-lifetime that helped each family member grow individually but more importantly grow together as a family. Kim Scamman LaDue is a Stratham native who has settled, at least for now, in Maine. For more information please contact the library at 772-4346. In case of an unanticipated cancellation it is best to contact the library the day of the program to confirm the date and time. library@wigginml.org

* LifeVantage OpportunityLifeVantage Opportunity

Time: 6:45 pm

Join us at the Exeter Chamber Conference room to learn about LifeVantage, a vehicle to better health and residual income! The 45 minute presentation will begin 7 pm. Please arrive early to mingle and meet local team members. Please RSVP to InnerVision2012@gmail.com as space is limited.

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* Ribbon CuttingRibbon Cutting

Time: 10:00 am

Join us on April 22 at 10:00 am for a Ribbon Cutting ceremony for Travel & Nature, located at 45 Water Street in Exeter, in celebration of their 25th year in business. Come meet Rob, his staff and check out the new spring & summer travel outfits!

* Earth Day CelebrationEarth Day Celebration

Time: 10:00 am

This year’s annual Earth Day Celebration at the Children’s Museum of NH (6 Washington Street in Dover) will feature a wide variety of activities focused on helping children learn to care for our planet. The Earth Day 2015 Celebration takes place at the museum on Wednesday, April 22 from 10 am – 3 pm, and is presented by High Liner Foods with support from DF Richard Energy. “Earth Day is an big event for us because children are the future stewards of our world,” explained Jane Bard, President and Education Director of the Children’s Museum. “We want kids to start learning about green practices from a young age and know that their actions can make a difference.” This year, the Children’s Museum staff is collaborating with a team of Education Department students from the University New Hampshire to plan and prepare interactive Earth Day activities for visitors to enjoy. Activities will include: ? Exploring roots with Norm Fracassa of Fracassa DesignWorks ? Planting marigolds with Wentworth Greenhouses ? Learning about endangered animals in New Hampshire and around the globe with UNH students ? Exploring water pollution by experimenting with the Museum's watershed model – kids can create “dirty” water and explore methods for cleaning polluted water ? Planting seeds in recycled paper containers ? Learning how to read and sort recycled materials ? Participating in a green scavenger hunt around the Museum ? Visiting with representatives of High Liner Foods to learn about their sustainability practices All Earth Day activities are included with regular paid admission to the museum: for adults and children over the age of 1 and for seniors. Museum admission is free for Children’s Museum of NH members and children under 1 year old. About the Children’s Museum of NH The not-for-profit Children’s Museum of New Hampshire ignites children’s creative potential via engaging learning opportunities and enriching experiences. Museum visitors of all ages can explore a wide range of subjects, from dinosaurs, music and aeronautics to world cultures, art and natural history. The Silver LEED-certified Museum is open year round and its staff works closely with schools, social service agencies and community organizations. The Museum also hosts a variety of live performances, workshops, classes and special events. For more information, please call the museum at (603) 742-2002 or visit www.childrens-museum.org.

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* Toast to the CoastToast to the Coast

Time: 6:00 pm

Celebrate a variety of fine wines and noble brews … Join the Exeter Area and Hampton Chambers of Commerce as we savor hors d’oeuvres from some of the Seacoast's most exceptional restaurants and toast to the coast. Check back soon for additional information

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

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* YMCA April Vacation CampYMCA April Vacation Camp

Time: 9:00 am

Youth, from kindergarten through fifth grade, are invited to Southern District YMCA April Vacation Camp. Day trips, led by fabulous YMCA School Age Child Care staff, will explore a new museum or location daily! Be prepared for what the day may bring with weather-appropriate clothing, comfortable shoes, a lunch with a cool-pack (if needed), snacks and a water bottle. Trips have limited enrollment and are processed first come, first served basis. Registration opens on March 23 and closes on April 22 at 10 am. Monday, April 27: Day at YMCA Camp Lincoln Climb the rock wall, test your aim in archery, get creative with tie dye and more! Bring a change of clothing. T-shirt provided. Cost: Tuesday, April 28: Seacoast Science Center Outside, explore tide pools and walking trails along the shore. Inside, Check out the hands-on exhibits and touch tank. Wear shoes for tide-pooling. Bring a change of clothing and dry shoes. Cost: Wednesday, April 29: Harvard Museum of Natural History Discover birds of the world, the fishes gallery, mammal hall, arthropods, zoological gardens, glass flowers and more. For hands on activities, grades K-2 will become paleontologists for the day and explore fossils, discovering how they form. Grades 3-5 will explore jaws and claws learning about predator adaptions. Cost Thursday, April 30: Franklin Park Zoo The animal kingdom awaits! Check out lions, giraffes, hyenas, poison dart frogs and more. After a long winter, everyone's ready to get out-even the animals! Cost: Friday, May 1: Freedom Trail-Patriots & Pirates From the capture of Captain Kidd to the Boston Tea Party , Learn from the Freedom Trail Players how the fiercely independent spirit of New England mariners contributed to the American Revolution. Following the trail, explore the U.S.S. Constitution. Cost

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* NH Safe Boating ClassNH Safe Boating Class

Time: 6:00 pm

New Hampshire Marine Patrol- Get Your New Hampshire Safe Boater Education Certificate! New Hampshire does have a mandatory boating education law. Everyone 16 years of age and older who operates a motorboat over 25 horsepower on New Hampshire waters must have a boating education certificate. Boating safety is a concern for everyone on the water. Boaters can keep themselves and their passengers' safe by learning about responsible boat operation, etiquette, and the rules of the waterways. Please Pre-register for the two evening class at the Exeter Public Library, by contacting us at (603)293-2037

* LifeVantage OpportunityLifeVantage Opportunity

Time: 6:45 pm

Join us at the Exeter Chamber Conference room to learn about LifeVantage, a vehicle to better health and residual income! The 45 minute presentation will begin 7 pm. Please arrive early to mingle and meet local team members. Please RSVP to InnerVision2012@gmail.com as space is limited.

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* YMCA April Vacation CampYMCA April Vacation Camp

Time: 9:00 am

Youth, from kindergarten through fifth grade, are invited to Southern District YMCA April Vacation Camp. Day trips, led by fabulous YMCA School Age Child Care staff, will explore a new museum or location daily! Be prepared for what the day may bring with weather-appropriate clothing, comfortable shoes, a lunch with a cool-pack (if needed), snacks and a water bottle. Trips have limited enrollment and are processed first come, first served basis. Registration opens on March 23 and closes on April 22 at 10 am. Monday, April 27: Day at YMCA Camp Lincoln Climb the rock wall, test your aim in archery, get creative with tie dye and more! Bring a change of clothing. T-shirt provided. Cost: Tuesday, April 28: Seacoast Science Center Outside, explore tide pools and walking trails along the shore. Inside, Check out the hands-on exhibits and touch tank. Wear shoes for tide-pooling. Bring a change of clothing and dry shoes. Cost: Wednesday, April 29: Harvard Museum of Natural History Discover birds of the world, the fishes gallery, mammal hall, arthropods, zoological gardens, glass flowers and more. For hands on activities, grades K-2 will become paleontologists for the day and explore fossils, discovering how they form. Grades 3-5 will explore jaws and claws learning about predator adaptions. Cost Thursday, April 30: Franklin Park Zoo The animal kingdom awaits! Check out lions, giraffes, hyenas, poison dart frogs and more. After a long winter, everyone's ready to get out-even the animals! Cost: Friday, May 1: Freedom Trail-Patriots & Pirates From the capture of Captain Kidd to the Boston Tea Party , Learn from the Freedom Trail Players how the fiercely independent spirit of New England mariners contributed to the American Revolution. Following the trail, explore the U.S.S. Constitution. Cost

* April Vacation Art CampApril Vacation Art Camp

Time: 9:15 am

The Children’s Museum of NH will take young artists on a virtual tour of the globe during its April Vacation “World Wonders” Art Camp. This three-day camp for kids ages 6- 11 is planned for April 28-30 from 9:15 am – 2 pm each day and will be led by the Museum’s lead educator, Meredith Lamothe, MLIS. In the World Wonders Art Camp, children will explore the styles and mediums of art found in different countries. Young artists will gain inspiration from books, pictures, artifacts, music and more as they travel from culture to culture with paintbrush in hand. Campers will create their own masterpieces in different styles and display them in a mini art show for families and friends o the last day of camp. The cost of World Wonders Art Camp is 0 per child for Children’s Museum members and 0 for non-members. To register, please call the Museum at 603-742-2002. This camp is limited to 12 children to ensure a personalized experience. About the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire The not-for-profit Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is located at 6 Washington Street in Dover and offers two levels of hands-on, interactive exhibits for children and families. Children can explore a wide range of subjects, from dinosaurs, music and aeronautics to world cultures, art and natural history. Open year-round, the Silver LEED-certified museum specializes in creating memorable family learning experiences and works closely with schools, social service agencies and educators. The museum also hosts a variety of live performances, workshops, classes and special events. For more information, please call the museum at (603) 742-2002 or visit www.childrens-museum.org

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* 2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees2-4-1 Tuesdays at 900 Degrees

Time: 5:00 pm

2-4-1 Tuesdays buy one signature pizza get the second one for free! Some restrictions apply see website for details. This event is EVERY Tuesday. 900 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria 1 Brickyard Square Epping, NH 03042 (603) 734-2809 www.900degrees.com

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* Free HR WebinarFree HR Webinar

Time: 9:00 am

So often we promote great workers into supervisory roles, but don't properly train them for this new role. This webinar will provide a useful framework you can use to ensure your supervisors have been trained on the basics. We hope you will invite your new (and existing) supervisors to attend this webinar with you. Topics to be discussed include: How is a supervisor an agent of the organization. Strategies to learn how to be "friendly" but not "friends" with team members, especially when they were once peers. Understanding a supervisor's role relative to policies, procedures, and employment law. Learning how to partner with human resources to recruit, hire, train and develope employees.

* YMCA April Vacation CampYMCA April Vacation Camp

Time: 9:00 am

Youth, from kindergarten through fifth grade, are invited to Southern District YMCA April Vacation Camp. Day trips, led by fabulous YMCA School Age Child Care staff, will explore a new museum or location daily! Be prepared for what the day may bring with weather-appropriate clothing, comfortable shoes, a lunch with a cool-pack (if needed), snacks and a water bottle. Trips have limited enrollment and are processed first come, first served basis. Registration opens on March 23 and closes on April 22 at 10 am. Monday, April 27: Day at YMCA Camp Lincoln Climb the rock wall, test your aim in archery, get creative with tie dye and more! Bring a change of clothing. T-shirt provided. Cost: Tuesday, April 28: Seacoast Science Center Outside, explore tide pools and walking trails along the shore. Inside, Check out the hands-on exhibits and touch tank. Wear shoes for tide-pooling. Bring a change of clothing and dry shoes. Cost: Wednesday, April 29: Harvard Museum of Natural History Discover birds of the world, the fishes gallery, mammal hall, arthropods, zoological gardens, glass flowers and more. For hands on activities, grades K-2 will become paleontologists for the day and explore fossils, discovering how they form. Grades 3-5 will explore jaws and claws learning about predator adaptions. Cost Thursday, April 30: Franklin Park Zoo The animal kingdom awaits! Check out lions, giraffes, hyenas, poison dart frogs and more. After a long winter, everyone's ready to get out-even the animals! Cost: Friday, May 1: Freedom Trail-Patriots & Pirates From the capture of Captain Kidd to the Boston Tea Party , Learn from the Freedom Trail Players how the fiercely independent spirit of New England mariners contributed to the American Revolution. Following the trail, explore the U.S.S. Constitution. Cost

* April Vacation Art CampApril Vacation Art Camp

Time: 9:15 am

The Children’s Museum of NH will take young artists on a virtual tour of the globe during its April Vacation “World Wonders” Art Camp. This three-day camp for kids ages 6- 11 is planned for April 28-30 from 9:15 am – 2 pm each day and will be led by the Museum’s lead educator, Meredith Lamothe, MLIS. In the World Wonders Art Camp, children will explore the styles and mediums of art found in different countries. Young artists will gain inspiration from books, pictures, artifacts, music and more as they travel from culture to culture with paintbrush in hand. Campers will create their own masterpieces in different styles and display them in a mini art show for families and friends o the last day of camp. The cost of World Wonders Art Camp is 0 per child for Children’s Museum members and 0 for non-members. To register, please call the Museum at 603-742-2002. This camp is limited to 12 children to ensure a personalized experience. About the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire The not-for-profit Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is located at 6 Washington Street in Dover and offers two levels of hands-on, interactive exhibits for children and families. Children can explore a wide range of subjects, from dinosaurs, music and aeronautics to world cultures, art and natural history. Open year-round, the Silver LEED-certified museum specializes in creating memorable family learning experiences and works closely with schools, social service agencies and educators. The museum also hosts a variety of live performances, workshops, classes and special events. For more information, please call the museum at (603) 742-2002 or visit www.childrens-museum.org

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015

* NH Safe Boating ClassNH Safe Boating Class

Time: 6:00 pm

New Hampshire Marine Patrol- Get Your New Hampshire Safe Boater Education Certificate! New Hampshire does have a mandatory boating education law. Everyone 16 years of age and older who operates a motorboat over 25 horsepower on New Hampshire waters must have a boating education certificate. Boating safety is a concern for everyone on the water. Boaters can keep themselves and their passengers' safe by learning about responsible boat operation, etiquette, and the rules of the waterways. Please Pre-register for the two evening class at the Exeter Public Library, by contacting us at (603)293-2037

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* YMCA April Vacation CampYMCA April Vacation Camp

Time: 9:00 am

Youth, from kindergarten through fifth grade, are invited to Southern District YMCA April Vacation Camp. Day trips, led by fabulous YMCA School Age Child Care staff, will explore a new museum or location daily! Be prepared for what the day may bring with weather-appropriate clothing, comfortable shoes, a lunch with a cool-pack (if needed), snacks and a water bottle. Trips have limited enrollment and are processed first come, first served basis. Registration opens on March 23 and closes on April 22 at 10 am. Monday, April 27: Day at YMCA Camp Lincoln Climb the rock wall, test your aim in archery, get creative with tie dye and more! Bring a change of clothing. T-shirt provided. Cost: Tuesday, April 28: Seacoast Science Center Outside, explore tide pools and walking trails along the shore. Inside, Check out the hands-on exhibits and touch tank. Wear shoes for tide-pooling. Bring a change of clothing and dry shoes. Cost: Wednesday, April 29: Harvard Museum of Natural History Discover birds of the world, the fishes gallery, mammal hall, arthropods, zoological gardens, glass flowers and more. For hands on activities, grades K-2 will become paleontologists for the day and explore fossils, discovering how they form. Grades 3-5 will explore jaws and claws learning about predator adaptions. Cost Thursday, April 30: Franklin Park Zoo The animal kingdom awaits! Check out lions, giraffes, hyenas, poison dart frogs and more. After a long winter, everyone's ready to get out-even the animals! Cost: Friday, May 1: Freedom Trail-Patriots & Pirates From the capture of Captain Kidd to the Boston Tea Party , Learn from the Freedom Trail Players how the fiercely independent spirit of New England mariners contributed to the American Revolution. Following the trail, explore the U.S.S. Constitution. Cost

* April Vacation Art CampApril Vacation Art Camp

Time: 9:15 am

The Children’s Museum of NH will take young artists on a virtual tour of the globe during its April Vacation “World Wonders” Art Camp. This three-day camp for kids ages 6- 11 is planned for April 28-30 from 9:15 am – 2 pm each day and will be led by the Museum’s lead educator, Meredith Lamothe, MLIS. In the World Wonders Art Camp, children will explore the styles and mediums of art found in different countries. Young artists will gain inspiration from books, pictures, artifacts, music and more as they travel from culture to culture with paintbrush in hand. Campers will create their own masterpieces in different styles and display them in a mini art show for families and friends o the last day of camp. The cost of World Wonders Art Camp is 0 per child for Children’s Museum members and 0 for non-members. To register, please call the Museum at 603-742-2002. This camp is limited to 12 children to ensure a personalized experience. About the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire The not-for-profit Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is located at 6 Washington Street in Dover and offers two levels of hands-on, interactive exhibits for children and families. Children can explore a wide range of subjects, from dinosaurs, music and aeronautics to world cultures, art and natural history. Open year-round, the Silver LEED-certified museum specializes in creating memorable family learning experiences and works closely with schools, social service agencies and educators. The museum also hosts a variety of live performances, workshops, classes and special events. For more information, please call the museum at (603) 742-2002 or visit www.childrens-museum.org

* Lush Life at Lamont GalleryLush Life at Lamont Gallery

Time: 5:00 pm

The Lamont Gallery at Phillips Exeter Academy Presents Lush Life March 23-May 2, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, March 27, 5-7pm Gallery Talk: Saturday, March 28, 10am Artists in Lush Life consider nature as subject and as poetic springboard. Gloria Calderon-Saenz’s textured paintings imagine rivers as sites of abundant nourishment and ecological collapse. Artist-scientist Natalie Andrew’s “research forests in miniature” are living tableaux of mosses, ferns and slime molds—nestled in beads and glitter—that question divisions between the natural and the artificial. The photographic portraits of Bear Kirkpatrick ’84 compel us to notice the richness of the world that we sometimes fail to see. Sean Beavers uses still life and landscape painting to look more attentively at the natural world and to meditate on beauty, life and death. A site-specific installation by Jung Mi Lee, Jon Sakata and John Ellis invokes the complexity and chaos of climate systems. Fiber artist Laura Morrison imagines “wild, open spaces,” and contemplates a fantastic natural world of the future, that will exist with or without us. Also on view: Interconnected: Community & Conservation Photographs by current student David Shepley ’16 April 6-May 2, 2015