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Postings for May 07, 2014 Full Month View
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8:00AM 11:00AM 2014 March for Babies The March for Babies brings together families, companies and volunteers to raise money so that more babies can be born happy and healthy.Hundreds of people will be at Southern New Hampshire University to take part in the 2014 March for Babies on Sunday, May 18th. In addition to the 3-mile walk, other festivities will include live music, face painting, kids crafts, and more. rn rnMarch for Babies is the March of Dimes premier fundraising event. It supports research and other programs nationwide and in our community to help babies born healthy and those who need help to survive and thrive. rnrnVisit www.Marchforbabies.org for more information!rn rnrn
8:00AM 11:00AM 2014 March for Babies The March for Babies brings together families, companies and volunteers to raise money so that more babies can be born happy and healthy.Hundreds of people will be at the Little Harbour Elementary School to take part in the 2014 March for Babies on Saturday, May 17th. In addition to the 3-mile walk, other festivities will include live music, face painting, kids crafts, and more.March for Babies is the March of Dimes premier fundraising event. It supports research and other programs nationwide and in our community to help babies born healthy and those who need help to survive and thrive. Visit www.Marchforbabies.org for more information!
All Day Crafting an Artful Home Subject: Crafting an Artful Home series at Kimball-Jenkins Estate & School of Art   Kimball-Jenkins Estate & School of Art is teaming up with some of NH's most acclaimed interior designers and stylists to offer a five-part series exploring creative design solutions that will transform a home into a personal work of art. Each of the sessions ends in the Kimball-Jenkins Mansion with hands-on examples, a chance to talk with the featured designer, and a light cocktail reception. The series begins April 10 and concludes on May 15 with a program by nationally renowned designer and publisher Matthew Mead whose photographs and decorating ideas have appeared in numerous books and magazines, notably Better Homes and Gardens and his own Holiday with Matthew Mead. "After such a long snowy winter, this series will be a perfect welcome to spring," says Ryan Linehan, director of the Kimball-Jenkins School of Art. Linehan says that the mission of the estate has always been to promote the arts and culture as a part of life and as a means of building community connections. "This event is a perfect example of what Carolyn Jenkins had in mind when she endowed the region with her beautiful and inspiring home," says Linehan. The schedule for the series is as follows: April 10th 6-8 p.m. - Decorate a Room Around Your Favorite Piece of Artwork:
Shawna Taylor, Taylored Interiors will show how to dissect a piece of artwork to identify colors, texture, and style to create a color palette and design an entire room. April 17th 6-8 p.m. - Contemporary Art in a Traditional Home: How to Make it Work: Sarah Chaffee, McGowan Fine Arts will talk about creating a ‘collected’ room, one that appears to have developed over time by mixing the old and the new. May 1st 6-8 p.m. - Mixing Colors and Patterns Like a Pro: Donna Boerner, DB Interiors will teach tips and tricks to match colors and patterns to create a fabulous designer look. May 8th 6-8 p.m. - Liven Up Your Space with a New Way of Looking at Art: June Trisciani, J. Ellen Designs will reveal how a favorite painting, photo or sculptural piece can liven up a living space and tell a story about the owners. May 15th 6-8 p.m. - Backyard Style: Matthew Mead, known for styling beautiful spaces using vintage and recycled flea market finds, nature's offerings and what is at hand, shows how to take interior decorating ideas and apply them to an outdoor living space Sponsors for the series include Cobb Hill Construction, Vintage Kitchens, Endicott Furniture Company, Little River Oriental Rugs, Showcase Consignments, McFarland Johnson, Speedy Printing and R.P. Imports. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit  http://kimballjenkinsschoolofart.eventbrite.com ### Kimball-Jenkins School of Art & Estate, originally the private residence of a prominent Concord family is now home to the growing Kimball-Jenkins School of Art, a private charitable trust for purposes of historic preservation, arts, cultural education. Address: 266 North Main Street Concord, NH 03301 Media Contact: Ryan Linehan, Executive Director (603) 225-3932 rlinehan@kimballjenkins.com
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