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LANCASTER — Arts organizations, artists and others interested in learning more about applying for N.H. State Council on the Arts grants are invited to attend an upcoming hour-long regional information session in Lancaster.

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SHELBURNE — The vision of Paul Cormier, a violin maker and instructor from Randolph, is to bring musicians together for the joy of playing. Throughout his years of teaching, he has observed that people have enough interest to learn how to play music but have no outlet for it.

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BETHEL, MAINE — Looking for a different "date night" for Valentine’s Day? Grab your sweetheart and a headlamp and join Mahoosuc Land Trust, on Thursday, Feb. 14, at 5:30 p.m. at Valentine Farm, at 162 North Road, in Bethel, for a great way to start date night.

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BERLIN — On Sunday, Feb. 17, starting at 2 p.m., members of Berlin and surrounding communities will join to share their talents for the benefit of St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts.

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It was a pleasure to read the new book “Glorious Mountain Days: The 1902 Hike that Helped Save the White Mountains,” by Allison Bell and Maida Goodwin. These days it often takes an exciting hook for me to get into a book, which is why I have enjoyed the latest flurry of books about accidents…

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DURHAM — The University of New Hampshire will unveil previously unknown, rare photographs of J.D. Salinger taken by famed photographer Lotte Jacobi on Tuesday, Jan. 22, from 4-6 p.m., in honor of the 100th anniversary of the author’s birth. The photographs are part of a larger exhibition on …

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GORHAM — Gorham, get ready. The Peacheaters — an Allman Brothers Band Experience is rolling into the Medallion Opera House in the Gorham Town Hall on Friday Jan. 25.