On Saturday, October 27th, Gathering Time, a New York based folk-rock trio, will perform at the Inter-Lakes High School community auditorium. The concert benefits Central NH VNA & Hospice. Gathering Time has wowed crowds throughout the Northeast with songs from the era of civil rights, peace, and social concern. Think Peter Paul and Mary, add some CSNY and a little Pete Seeger and you can imagine the wonderful music you will hear. Some selections may include Turn Turn Turn (The Byrds), Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (CSN), If I Had My Way (Peter, Paul & Mary), Ripple (Grateful Dead), City of New Orleans (Arlo Guthrie), and Teach Your Children (CSN). To hear some of their original songs, click here.
The concert is hosted Temple B’Nai Israel of Laconia. Now in their fifth year, this is the 10th benefit concert they have organized to raise much needed dollars for our community. Central VNA feels lucky to have been chosen as the recipient of their generosity. Doors open at 7pm. You can enjoy complimentary refreshments, lovingly prepared and donated by Temple volunteers, until the concert begins at 7:45.
Come enjoy the music of local bands Clark Hackett and “Just Plain Country” and The New England Country Boys on Saturday, June 17th at the Tuftonboro United Methodist Church, 129 Mountain Road. There will be a BBQ prior to the concert starting at 3:30 PM with the concert to follow around 5 pm. Other refreshments will be available and there will be raffles in the fellowship hall to participate in as well.
This is a yearly benefit spearheaded by Harold Chamberlin with all of the proceeds generously being donated to the Central New Hampshire VNA & Hospice in thanks for the volunteer care that they provide to the loved ones of this tight knit community.
The evening will culminate with both bands joining forces on the last set for one big jam session. Come enjoy this community event and support the volunteers that give their time to your community and other communities around Central New Hampshire. For more information about the event call 603-569-4296.