Burke, Surette, and Allyn present holiday & folk favorites, Sat., Dec. 9
Frank Lloyd Wright once described organic architecture as a “‘thinking’ as well as a ‘feeling’ process.” This tour invites participants to savor the sensate experience of the Zimmerman House as we take in some of Wright’s major ideas. From sound to scent, with an exploration of the rich textural variety and delicately shifting sights, visitors will have the opportunity to revitalize as we enjoy the House’s warmth. The cost is $25 for Museum Members and $35 for non-Members. Reservations are recommended.
General admission to the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will be free for all veterans, active duty military and their families this Veterans Day, Saturday, November 11, thanks to the generosity of U.S. Air Force Veteran and Discovery Center Board Member Dr. Steven Davis of Londonderry, NH. Veterans Day events at the Discovery Center will include special gallery activities, opportunities to view NH National Guard patches included in Christa McAuliffe’s Personal Preference Kit from the Space Shuttle Challenger (on loan from the NH Adjutant General’s Office), the photography display, Flags I Have Seen by US Air Force Veteran Eric Anderson of Bow, NH, the vintage 1956 XF8-U Crusader jet (on loan from the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola FL) and to explore the Center’s permanent exhibits.
Larksong Trio Presents “Homeward Bound Again” November 10 Concert at Concord Community Music School
In connection with The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition, this film series will explore some of the many cinematic portrayals of Toulouse-Lautrec. Each film portrays the spectacle of cafés and cabarets, dancers and dwellers who populate the slopes of the “Mount of the Martyr” at the end of the nineteenth century. On November 9 enjoy a special screening of French Cancan (1954), a technicolor masterpiece by director Jean Renoir known for its beautiful dance numbers, the movie is centered on the formation of the Moulin Rouge, Lautrec’s favorite nightclub. Free general admission. A $5 special exhibition charge applies for those not-yet-members who are 13 years and older to view The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec.
See Santa on a dogged or on a train?!