Arts Alliance of Northern NH Members

Advice to the Players

PO Box 38 Center Sandwich NH 03227
(603) 284-7115  
An award winning, community-based, professional theater company with students at the heart of its mission. Performances and Shakespeare Camps are offered in Center Sandwich and beyond.

Ammonoosuc Region Arts Council/ARTS Gallery

28 S. Main Street Lisbon NH 03585
(603) 838-2300  
Ammonoosuc Region Arts Council sponsors arts and cultural events. The ARTS Gallery offers classes and exhibits work of artists from the North Country of NH and Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.

Andrew Periale

PO Box 252 Strafford NH 03884
(603) 664-2991  
Andrew Periale is an Emmy-nominated puppeteer, a poet, playwright and polyglot. On the NH Arts in Education roster for over 20 years, he performs and offers residencies and workshops in creative writing and puppetry.

Ann Steuernagel

Lyman NH  
Filmmaker and sound artist. Founder of Boy Running Productions.

Appalachian Mountain Club

Rte. 16 Gorham NH 03581
(603) 466-8104  
Founded in 1876, the AMC is America's oldest conservation and recreation organization. Its outdoor centers in the White Mountain National Forest serve as basecamps for adventure, learning and lodging and include a full complement of AMC published field guides, adventure narratives and outdoor skill titles.

Artistic Roots

PO Box 211 75 Main Street Plymouth NH 03264
(603) 536-2750  
Artistic Roots is a voluntary association and cooperative art center whose mission is to bring together artists and the community through workshops and classes; peer mentoring; receptions and events; and to provide a venue for the sale of artists’ works.

Arts Collaborative

5 Winona Road Meredith NH 03253
(603) 344-1860  
The Arts Collaborative is the realization of a shared dream by its owners, Artist-Blacksmith David Little and Teaching Artist Heidi Little. The inspiration comes from the synergy and enthusiastic momentum generated by the process of working together and in collaboration with other talented artists, friends and colleagues. The Gallery and Showroom features fine furnishings, original artworks and the collaborations of David Little and Steven Hayden as well as other work from a hand selected group of exceptional regional artists.

Arts Council of Tamworth

PO Box 1 Tamworth NH 03886
(603) 323-0104  
The mission of Arts Council of Tamworth is to inspire and empower our rural community through exposure to and collaboration with master artists and performers representing diverse cultures and art forms. School and community-wide artist residencies: workshops for all ages, unique performances, teacher professional development.

Arts Jubilee

Cranmore Mountain PO Box 647 North Conway NH 03860
(800) 786-6754  
An outdoor summer concert series bringing the best in live music to diverse audiences, maintaining a family-friendly, affordable admission charge and located at the base of the north slope at Cranmore Mountain Resort, our host sponsor.

Award-Winning Author, Jeff Nathan

Jeff Nathan's CurricuLaughs in Language Arts school visit GUARANTEE: If you don't feel this was the best visit your school has EVER HAD, you don't have to pay! Curriculum-integrated GRADE-LEVEL FOCUSED PROGRAMS applying performing arts, music and BOATLOADS OF HUMOR to literacy, language arts, and poetry. These visits boast more principals' superlative-filled letters than anything else in the COUNTRY! Free grant-writing service - grants found and applications done FOR YOU. See more at

Bank of New Hampshire

62 Pleasant Street Laconia NH 03246
(800) 832-0912  
Bank of New Hampshire, founded in 1831, provides deposit, lending and wealth management products and services to families and businesses throughout New Hampshire. With 21 banking offices throughout New Hampshire and assets exceeding $1 billion, Bank of New Hampshire is the oldest and largest independent bank in the state. Bank of New Hampshire is a mutual organization, focused on the success of the bank’s customers, communities and employees, rather than stockholders.

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation

P.O. Box 1800 41 Observatory Way Intervale NH 03845
(603) 356-9980  
Dedicated to enhancing the quality of life by education, promotion, encouragement, and aid to those of all ages in the appreciation of reading and literature.

Berlin & Coos County Historical Society

Moffett House Museum & Genealogy Center 119 High Street Berlin NH 03570
(603) 752-4590  
Moffett House Museum & Genealogy Center features artifacts, postcards, videos & books. Open Tues-Sat.

Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation

39 Strawberry Hill PO Box 395 Bethlehem NH 03574
(603) 869-5465  
Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation offers a variety of programs in our historic synagogue on Strawberry Hill and in the town of Bethlehem. The 2017 calendar includes the fourth annual White Mountain Jewish Film Festival at the Colonial Theatre featuring films about Jewish life with relevant guest speakers, and receptions on the Colonial patio; and Sounds in the Sanctuary, a classical concert series featuring musicians from the North Country Chamber Players and other world-class orchestras. Books of Jewish Interest Group will meet at the Bethlehem Public Library this year. Available for weddings, bar/bat mitzvah services, baby-namings, and other life cycle events. Facebook: Bethlehem Hebrew Congregation

Bruce Bacon

Pittsburg & Rochester NH
Impressionist. Over more than 50 years, Bruce has traveled the well-trodden pathway from realistic to abstract painting, however he has returned part way to the abstraction style, where form and color are somewhat retained, but with personal expression.

Carly Goss

Randolph NH  
Carlybird Weaves is the handweaving studio of Randolph, NH fiber artist, Carly Goss, offering handwoven fashion accessories and basic weaving classes.

Carol Walker

The Doll Dreamer PO Box 5 Berlin NH 03570
(603) 752-5604
Carol Walker is a fiber and doll artist. Using fabric, mixed media and assorted found objects, she creates original, one of a kind art dolls. She also offers custom services for your doll including: cleaning, rewigging, restringing and clothing. Visit us on Facebook.

Coleman Scott Moffett

1464 West Side Rd. North Conway NH 03860
(603)986-6766/(800) 786-7350  
He specializes in evocative images for wall display. Much of his work reflects his expressionistic take on the beauty of New England. Also a portrait photographer, he shoots both environmental and studio portraits.

Colonel Town Players

PO Box 462 62 Elm Street Lancaster NH 03584
(603) 788-4827
The community theatre group (501-C(3)) established in the early 1970's in Lancaster, New Hampshire. The group has continuously produced shows since, usually with a Fall musical and a spring drama or comedy, with occassional reviews and cabarets.

Connecticut River Artisan Group (CRAG)

PO Box 598 West Stewartstown NH 03597  
CRAG is a “grass-roots” organization consisting of artists and artisans. Their mission is to promote the arts and provide opportunities to new and established artists and artisans in Northern NH, Vermont, and southeastern Quebec. They present classes and hang exhibits.

Conway Public Library

PO Box 2100 15 E. Main Street Conway NH 03818
(603) 447-5552  

Corner House Inn

PO Box 204 Center Sandwich NH 03227
(603) 284-6219  
Displaying works from NH artists made available through Surroundings Art Gallery, and featuring Storytelling Dinners every Thursday evening at 6:30 pm, late October through May. Also live music in our pub every Friday evening 6:30 - 9:30 pm. Call or check website for performance schedules.

Cynthia Robinson

Plymouth NH
Eco and teaching artist, offering programs for schools and communities that promote, through experiential learning, an appreciation and sense of stewardship for the places we live.

Dance Box Theater, Inc.

3603 Upshur Street Brentwood MD 20733
(415) 779-6383  
Laura Schandelmeier and Stephen Clapp are the Artistic Directors of Dance Box Theater, Inc. The mission of Dance Box Theater, Inc. is to support the creation and development of dynamic, finely crafted and engaging public performances; and to empower communities through partnerships, workshops, residencies and arts-based education.

Deborah Stuart

64 Buffalo Road Wentworth NH 03282
Children's musician; consultant in the arts and learning; inclusion specialist.

Diane Scott

Chatham NH  
Fine Artist

Dori Hamilton

Lisbon NH
Fiber Art-Spinning, Knitting


Peg Keeler, Master Drum Instructor 47 Crescent Street Henniker NH 03242
A Drum-Azing!! Experience--Peg Keeler’s Drum-Azing!! is a FUN program that engages students and teachers in developmentally appropriate kinesthetic learning through drumming, music and movement. Peg taught elementary PE for 30 years and was the 2012 NH PE teacher of the year. She is Drum-Azing!!

Eileen Alexander

Dish Diva Mosaics Whitefield NH
(603) 837-2275
Whimsical mosaics for the home and garden created from recycled china and embellished with buttons, jewelry and other found objects. Birdhouses, mirrors, story jars, bed boards, tables and chests.

Ellen Weiner

Professional Artists Management
(781) 784-6394  
A full-service agency represented by an artistically superb and diverse roster, whose programs cover a broad range of venues from schools, libraries, recreation departments, theaters, universities, historical societies, etc. All artists are on the touring roster of the New England Foundation for the Arts from whom funding may be available. Visit our website for specifics or email or call us for more information.

Enchanted Acres

Barbara Radovic Pittsburg NH  
Enchanted Acres is an oasis of simplicity, a unique retreat for women, where they will have time for relaxation, rejuvenation, and the opportunity to express themselves creatively through various mediums.

Eric Rollnick

Mango Groove Steel Band
(603) 447-5107  
Eric does presentations, workshops and residencies in all aspects of steel drum culture. He also teaches and calls contra dancing. Mango Groove is an authentic steel band performing a variety of genres of music, all with a Caribbean flavor.

Errol Heritage Commission & Heritage Fund

PO Box 100 Errol NH 03579
(603) 482-3884  

Family Resource Center at Gorham

123 Main St. Gorham NH 03581
(603) 466-5190  
The Family Resource Center (FRC) is a non-profit organization that opened in May of 1998. The staff at FRC continues to respond to the community's needs and they remain committed to focusing their services and programming on working with individuals and families to aid them in learning and adopting skills that will fortify them on their journey to healthy family functioning.

Franconia Heritage Museum

PO Box 169 553 Main Street Franconia NH 03580
(603) 823-5000  
Open Friday and Saturday 1-4 pm (Memorial Day Weekend to Halloween).

Friends of Randolph Public Library

232 Randolph Hill Road Randolph NH 03593
(603) 466-2424

The Friends of the Randolph Library is a non-profit organization of volunteers devoted to promoting and supporting the library; building a partnership between the library and the community; offering community programs and providing supplemental funds to assist in the use and enjoyment of the library.

Gallery @ 42 Maple (KoolKinetics, LLC)

Philip Reeder 42 Maple Street, PO Box 59 Bethlehem NH 03574
(603) 575-9077
A church for kinetic and contemporary art. A gallery having monthly showings of other artist and themed shows.

Gateway Gallery & Gifts

36 Exchange Street Gorham NH 03581
(603) 466-9900  
Gateway Gallery features White Mountain Memorabilia, work by North Country artists, and an eclectic sampling of gifts from framed fishing flies to jewelry from away - sometimes far away. We specialize in custom framing using conservation materials and methods.

George Radcliffe

Storyteller Webster NH
"Uncle George" performs a smorgasbord of folktales that he calls "Slumgullion Tales." He gives his original and magical spin on personal and traditional stories. He also teaches storytelling.

Giovanna Lepore

Galleria Giovanna Fine Art 313 River Road Canaan NH
(603) 523-7154  
A chic farm house gallery located in a lovely rural setting. Featuring emerging and known artists in on going exhibits, summer painting workshops for children and adults, traveling art instruction for all ages and abilities. Open June through October Tues-Fri 10-4 Sat 12-5 or by appointment.

Gordon-Nash Library and Nash Gallery

69 Main Street New Hampton NH 03256
(603) 744-8061  
The Nash Gallery, a contemporary art gallery, is part of the Gordon-Nash Library. The library has supported the arts since its founding in 1895, and is dedicated to showing artistic works of merit in all media. The Gallery is open Tuesday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.

Gorham Historical Society

25 Railroad Street Gorham NH
(603) 466-5338  
Gorham Historical Society is committed to preserving history and artifacts of the Gorham area. This includes the 1907 former Grand Trunk Railway Station and Static Train display and model railroad. See us on Facebook!

Grafton County Senior Citizens Council

PO Box 433 10 Campbell Street Lebanon NH 03766
(603) 448-4897  
Operates senior centers throughout Grafton County and supports older adults’ health, dignity, and independence through a variety of programs, including arts programs. In the AANNH region, GCSCC senior centers are: Plymouth Regional Senior Center, Linwood Area Senior Services, Horse Meadow Senior Center, Littleton Area Senior Center.

Great North Woods Committee for the Arts

PO Box 302 Colebrook NH
(603) 246-8998/(603) 237-9302  
The GNWCA continues to bring high caliber performances to the North Country! or call 603-237-9302 for concert schedules.

Haverhill Historical Society

PO Box 25 Haverhill NH 03765  
Housed for most of its existence in the town library, the Society now maintains a modest history museum and reference library (open May-October) in temporary quarters at 58 Court Street, Haverhill Corner. It sponsors an active seasonal schedule of lectures and tours, and a fourth-grade school program conducted in the Ladd Street School (1849), a one-room schoolhouse which the Society has owned since 1980 and restored.

International Musical Arts Institute

Fryeburg Academy Fryeburg ME 04037
(617) 286-IMAI  
Celebrating 17 years of great music.-- Presenting treasures of classical chamber music performed by emerging young artists & musicians of international reputation.

Jackson Art Studio & Gallery

PO Box 307 Jackson NH
(603) 387-3463  
Jackson Art is a working studio and gallery featuring over 30 local artists. Classes and workshops led by professional artists. Art Camps too!

Jackson Historical Society

PO Box 8 23 Black Mountain Road Jackson NH 03846
(603) 383-4060  
Our new home in Jackson is in the old Town Hall, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Society has restoreed this historic building and created The Museum of White Mountain Art at Jackson. Visit our historic displays, use our archives for your research, enjoy our 19th century collection of White Mountain art.

Jeanette Fournier

Nature's Way Studio Littleton NH 03561
(603) 616-9994  
Jeanette creates realistic watercolor paintings of animals/nature with a distinct and original style not commonly found with this medium. She is accepting commissions and custom ordered paintings of animals and nature.

Jeanne Limmer Dance Center/Axis Dance Co.

Eastern Slope Plaza Reporter Court North Conway NH
(603) 356-3422
Classes for preschool through adults. Ballet, jazz, tap, modern, movement exploration and preschool creative movement.

Jean's Playhouse

Papermill Drive, off Route 112 Kancamagus Highway Lincoln NH 03251
(603) 745-2141  
Theatre from the heart of the White Mountains. Jean's Playhouse operates the professional Papermill Theatre and IMPACT Children's Theatre Companies during the summer and fall, and two educational community theatre programs, the Playhouse Players for all ages and Jean's Teens for young local performers, during the winter and spring seasons. Guest musicians, comedians, magicians and puppeteers from around the country perform at Jean’s Playhouse on a year-round schedule. Located next to ongoing construction of RiverWalk at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, NH. For tickets, call 603-745-2141 or visit

Jeff Warner

Portsmouth NH
Traditional folk music of New England for all ages. Roster artist for NH Humanities and NH State Council on the Arts

Jefferson Historical Society Museum

PO Box 37 Rte 2, 900 Presidential Highway Jefferson NH 03583
(603) 586-4372  
They have a eclectic collection of artifacts reflecting rural history. Exhibits include Thaddeus Lowe, Cherry Mountain Slide, the Waumbek Hotel, old tools and more! Hours are Sunday and Thursday 1-4 & by appointment. Please come and visit them June through October!

Karl Drerup Art Gallery

17 High Street, MSC 21B Plymouth NH 03264
(603) 535-2614  
A vibrant center of art, visual culture and new media. The PSU Exhibitions program features work at the Drerup Gallery, in the beautiful foyer of the Silver Center for the Arts on Main Street, in the Alumni Hall in Lamson Library on Highland Street, and on outdoor kiosks adjacent to the Centre Lodge on Merrill Street.

Kathy Cadow Parsonnet

Fraglets Art 85 N. Main St., Suite 225 White River Junction VT 05001  
Kathy is an artist and health professional, with over 30 years' professional practice in health practice, research, education, and the arts. She is the owner of Fraglets Art. It involves magnetized shapes, hand painted and cut into organic shapes that can be arranged, layered, and rearranged to your heart’s content.

Kelly Doremus Stuart

Dance Educator/Choreographer
(603) 226-4365
Roster Artist/Trainer with the N.H. State Council on the Arts and VSA NH, Co-Director of Petit Papillon, The Ballet Theatre of NH, Dance/Movement Instructor for Southern NH Dance Theater and New England College Theater Department

Kirstan Lukasak

Berlin NH   
Fat Cat Artist is a compilation of original photographs taken throughout New England. Portraits of nature, including flowers, landscapes and common animals make up this creative collection.

Kristen Pobatschnig

Conway NH  
Kristen is an representational painter based out of Conway. Her paintings capture the energyof places and people in a surrealistic style. She is also a founding member of the Femme Fatales of the North contemporary artist duo. Her work is featured in both local and international collections. Pictured here is her painting ""Eternal Energy atop Foss Mountain."

Larcom Studios

PO Box 32 2017 Main Street Bethlehem NH 03574
(603) 733-6066  
Larcom Studios is a web and graphic design studio, offering a creative approach to branding, logos, marketing materials & websites.

Larrie Bratko

Kingdom Bowl & Bonsai 160 S. Lunenburg Rd. Lunenburg VT 05906
Hand carved hardwood bowls, driftwood art, bonsai garden

Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center

Fryeburg Academy 745 Main Street Fryeburg ME 04037
(207) 935-2001  
Located on the historic campus of Fryeburg Academy, the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center is home to a variety of professional performances throughout the year, including the school’s own award-winning music and theater productions. The Pace Galleries is located within the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center. There are two exhibits a year and the gallery is open to the public on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, during all scheduled performances, and by appointment.

Lisbon Area Historical Society

PO Box 6 6 South Main Strett Lisbon NH 03585
(603) 838-6146  
Gallery Page
We are a nonprofit organization with a collection of 18th, 19th and 20th Century artifacts, papers, books, photographs, genealogies and other items relevant to our area’s rich history.

Little Church Theater

40 Route 113 Holderness NH 03245
(603) 968-2250  
The Little Church Theater, named New Hampshire Magazine's Editor's Pick for Best Tiny Theater, is a center for creativity committed to bringing unique theatrical and artistic events to the region. They are located on the shores of Squam Lake and their season runs from June through September.

Littleton Retail Gallery – League of NH Craftsmen

81 Main Street Littleton 03561
(603) 444-1099  
The Gallery features the work of some of New Hampshire's finest artists & craftspeople and represents over 200 state-juried artisans working in jewelry, ceramics, metals, fibers, wood, printmaking, and glass.

Littleton Studio School

21 Mill Street Littleton NH 03561
We are a not-for-profit art and craft school that offers classes for students of all ages and at all levels of experience. The school features a pottery and jewelry studio, with classes taught by both juried League members and professional local artists. We have a growing number of classes and workshops in other media, including painting, drawing, fiber, blacksmithing and basketry.

Lynn Durham

Well Being Coach 356 NH Route 175 Holderness NH 03245
(603) 926-9700  
Author of From Frazzled to Fantastic! You're One Thought Away From Feeling Better and author of the audio book, Dancing Gracefully with Life. Lynn offers a workshop that uses dance as a metaphor for moving through life with grace incorporating some international dances as stress relievers.

Marcia Santore

6 Texas Hill Road Plymouth NH 03264  
Contemporary painter working in oils and acrylics recognized for vivid color, intriguing texture, and image-based abstraction that convey mystery and movement. Her paintings are collected and exhibited widely. Visit me on Facebook.

Marek Bennett

Comics Workshop Henniker NH 03242  

Margret and H.A. Rey Center

5 Noon Peak Road 35 Village Road, Building C Waterville Valley NH 03215
(603) 236-3308  
Through collaboration and partnership, the Rey Center seeks to provide a diversity of quality opportunities to experience, observe, and be educated in a variety of art disciplines.

Marjorie Goodson

Whitefield NH 03598
Quilter, Photographer and Musician

Mark Ragonese

Bellows Falls VT

Multi Disciplinary Artist

Medallion Opera House

Gorham Town Hall 20 Park Street Gorham NH 03581
The Medallion Opera House is a 224-seat theater which was completely renovated and reopened in May of 2011.

Michele Johnsen

Colebrook NH  
Art educator and fine artist working primarily in acrylics on large, colorful landscapes. Works in a variety of mediums and disciplines, i.e., watercolor, printmaking, jewelry and bookmaking.

Mohawk Falls

1478 Route 26 PO Box 145 Colebrook NH 03576
(603) 237-1898  
An idyllic event venue located at the gateway to Dixville Notch along the beautiful Mohawk River. Available to rent for weddings and special functions. Hosting festivals, concerts & more!

Moose Mountains Regional Greenways

PO Box 191 Union NH 03887
(603) 473-2020  
The purpose of MMRG is to identify and protect important natural resource areas, including water resources, farm and forestlands, wildlife habitat, recreational areas, cultural and scenic areas; to educate others about these efforts, and to join protected lands to form greenways.

Mount Washington Valley Band

(603) 356-0724   
The Mount Washington Valley Community Band is a traditional, New England band, playing all types of music in the valley for over 40 years. Alumni and new members, ages twelve and up with the ability to sight-read music that has sixteenth notes are encouraged to participate. Some loaner instruments are available. The band rehearses during the spring, beginning in April and has several performances during the summer, including Schouler park every Tuesday night and local parades. Rehearsals continue into the fall months and our season ends with one or two local Christmas concerts. Call or e-mail Russ Gage for more information.

Mt. Crescent Crafts

172 Randolph Hill Road Randolph NH 03593
Sally Glines is a traditional artist creating quality handmade gifts with an emphasis on hand-carved wooden figures based on family history.

Museum of the White Mountains at Plymouth State University

34 High Street Plymouth NH 03264
(603) 535-3210  
Free & open to the public, the Museum of the White Mountains is home to a range of exhibits that celebrate the region. See website for hours & events.

Music In the Great North Woods

290 Gorham Hill Road, Gorham NH 03581
(603) 326-3242  
Sponsoring and promoting classical music in the Gorham-Berlin-Randolph areas and points north.

Nancy L. Griswold - Fine Artist

Bradford VT

Oil Painter, Illustrator, Teacher, Photographer and Designer.

National Writing Project in NH

English Dept. MSC#40 Plymouth State University Plymouth NH 03264
(603) 535-2684  
Founded in 2002, New Hampshire's Site of the National Writing Project (formerly Plymouth Writing Project), dedicated to improving the teaching of writing in New Hampshire's schools. We provide programs for teachers, students, and community members.

New Hampshire Music Festival

7 Main Street Plymouth NH 03264
(603) 238-9007  
The New Hampshire Music Festival is a six-week summer music festival taking place from July 7 to August 13 that honors the tradition of classical music while exploring new artistic paths. The NHMF strives to connect the Lakes Region with an engaging, immersive festival experience by presenting world-class performances, creating strong collaborations with community partners, and offering educational programs to students of all ages.The New Hampshire Music Festival is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

New Hampshire Storytelling Alliance

PO Box 64 East Andover NH 03231  
New Hampshire Storytelling Alliance supports the oral tradition of storytelling. Our members include storytellers and listeners. NHSA produces the Granite State Story Swap and the White Mountain Storytelling Festival.

NH Master Chorale

(603) 535-2367  
The NH Master Chorale is an auditioned chamber ensemble dedicated to excellence in the art of choral music performance.

North Conway Music Center

1976 White Mountain Highway North Conway NH 03860
(603) 356-3562  
We're central New Hampshire's full line, home town music center. Instruments, accessories, lessons, repairs and rentals. Open 7 days a week!

North Country Chamber of Commerce

PO Box 1 Colebrook NH 03576
(603) 237-8939
A nonprofit organization which serves its members by way of business advocacy, promotion of regional attractions and involvement in initiatives to foster economic growth in northern New Hampshire and northeastern Vermont.

North Country Chamber Players

P.O. Box 865 Ridge Road Franconia NH 03580
(603) 444-0309  
World class musicians performing the chamber music repertoire during their 6-week “White Mountain Music Festival” in July and August at the Sugar Hill Meetinghouse, Court Street Arts in Haverhill, Governor’s Lodge in Lincoln, Mountainview Grand Resort in Whitefield, as well as children’s programs in area schools during the year.

North Country Chorus

PO Box 4361 St. Johnsbury VT 05819
(603) 989-5523  
North Country Chorus is a community chorus of about 80 members serving the Upper Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont. It typically presents three concert seasons annually and Madrigal Dinners in January.

Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery

69 Maple Street Center Sandwich NH 03227
(603) 284-7728  
Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery exhibits art in all media by leading contemporary artists. The gallery shows an eclectic collection of figurative and abstract work that focuses on originality and innovation. Located in a large barn built in 1825, the ample space provides an excellent venue for two and three dimensional work. To learn more about us, visit our website.

Pease Public Library

1 Russell Street Plymouth NH 03264
(603) 536-2616  
Pease Public Library, originally constructed in 1990-91 with funds donated by Charlotte Pease, was expanded and renovated in 2011. It provides recreational and informational material to patrons of all ages and backgrounds. Hours M-W 10-8, Th-F 10-5, Sat 10-2.

Phil Lonergan - Sculptor

Campton NH
Director of Sculpture at Plymouth State University.

Pollyanna of Littleton New Hampshire

Littleton NH
Littleton's jubilant bronze sculpture tributes hometown author, Eleanor H. Porter (1868 – 1920) best remembered as the creator of the world's most optimistic character, Pollyanna, 1913. Pollyanna of Littleton was featured on the cover of NH To Do Magazine in April, 2013 and their Centennial celebration was held in June, 2013.

Purple Moose Kidventures & Discovery Center

Kristen Steele Lancaster NH 03584
Small Children's Museum offering classes focusing on music, dramatics, and enrichment activities for kids ages 2-12 and crafting activities for adults.

Randy Armstrong

Unu Mondo Productions PO Box 128 Dover NH  
Musician, Recording Artist, Producer, World Music Specialist, Teaching Artist

Rebecca McCuin - Musician

Thornton NH
Rebecca is known as an enthusiastic singer. She is an educator and musician for all ages.

Rebecca Rule

Northwood NH  
Humorist, Storyteller

Regina Delaney

P.O. Box 343 Exeter NH 03833
Irish harp music, song, and dance. Director of The New England Irish Harp Orchestra.

Rhonda Besaw

Whitefield NH
(603) 837-3381  
Contemporary and traditional Wabanaki arts and crafts, specializing in beadwork.

Rick Agran

PO Box 22 Montpelier VT 05601
(603) 536-9050
Poet in the schools, author, journalist, and arts educator for NH State Council on the Arts and the Children's Literacy Foundation

Roberta Arbree

Randolph NH

Realistic style oil painting

Robin Peters Henne

Wandering Woolies
Fiber arts; spinning and knitting for farmers markets, craft fairs, & special orders.

Ruby C. Berryman

Lancaster NH
A playwright and theatre artist writing original plays, adaptations, and musicals. Interested in collaboration on transmedia projects using multi-platform storytelling.

Ruth Moscovitch

New York & Wonalancet, NH


Sandwich Historical Society

PO Box 244 4 Maple Street Center Sandwich NH 03227
(603) 284-6269  
A local historical society, welcoming research and tours of the Elisha Marston House, Quimby Barn, Grange Hall, and Lower Corner Schoolhouse.

Sharon E. Allen  
An award winning artist with a passion for plein air painting in all seasons and a compulsion to record in paint the beauty of NH as it slow disappears under the steam roller of "progress". Sharon is proficient in acrylics, oils, pastels, and watercolors and accepts commissions for studio works from your own photos or at your location in all seasons.

Sharon Novak

Glen NH
Sharon sings with children through Mountain Top Music Center and independently as Music for Kids with Sharon Novak. She loves movement and interactive activities, many which she has written and created. Her audiences are primarily babies through early elementary. For info on new CDs: Color Songs: Songs for Children, Dance with Me: Songs for Young Children, How Do You Walk Like a Dinosaur? Visit the website:

Silver Center for the Arts

Plymouth State University 114 Main Street Plymouth NH 03264
(603) 535 ARTS  
Year round performing arts in a beautiful facility featuring a guest artist series, lecture and poetry series, students and faculty performances. Visit the website for information or call for a brochure.

Simon Brooks - Storyteller

New London NH
(603) 877-0033  
With his bodhrán, British storyteller Simon Brooks combines the intensity of a solo performance with the intimacy of a face-to-face conversation leaving you fully understanding the magic inherent in a story powerfully told. He performs and teaches at schools, libraries, festivals, camps, private organizations and events.

Slattery & Stewart

The Offshore Aces Cajun Band Enfield NH  

St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts

155 Emery Street Berlin NH 03570
(603) 752-1028  
Presenting a wide variety of outstanding cultural events for the Androscoggin Valley community

Sugar Hill Historical Museum

1401 Route 117 Sugar Hill NH 03586
(603) 823-5336   
The three-building campus of the Sugar Hill Historical Museum reflects the long history of Sugar Hill’s people places and culture. The main exhibit for 2016 is Clothesline, a clothing and textile exhibit which includes table linens and accessories. Other exhibits include the Cobleigh Tavern, carriages, a reproduction of a local blacksmith’s shop, and an extensive hand tool collection. Adjacent to the main display in the Carriage Barn is a model kitchen in which a black wood-fired stove is the focal point surrounded by a plethora of kitchen utensils in homemade cupboards.

The library contains a large photograph collection along with historical and genealogical references. Museum publications and a wide variety of treasures for all ages are found in the gift shop.

BUILD THE BUILDING FUND – Fundraisers for 2016 will rebuild the museum’s building fund. June 11-12: Yard Sale as part of the Sugar Hill Lupine Festival Weekend. Sept. 24: Yore Collectibles Antique Appraisals at the Carolina Crapo Building. October 1: Autumn Auction-Antiques & Collectibles on the Sugar Hill Museum lawn. All Season: Raffle - Joan Hannah pottery. Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted. Open 11 to 3, Fridays and Saturdays, Memorial Day Weekend through Columbus Day Weekend.

Surroundings Art Gallery

PO Box 72 12 Main Street Center Sandwich NH 03227
(603) 284-6888  
The Gallery hosts a number of artists. Most live full or part time in the area and have a genuine love for this part of New England and the skill to bring out that love in their art. The operating hours are seasonal with the peak being during the summer months. They will be updated as necessary on the homepage of the website.

Taproot Farm & Environmental Education Center

PO Box 245 Lancaster NH 03584
Our mission is nurturing care for the environment by educating, inspiring, and connecting communities to the land, to their food, and to each other in a a holistic manner. Our work falls under three distinct but holistically integrated realms: Food & Agriculture, Education & the Arts, and Ecological and Community Stewardship.

The Frost Place

PO Box 74 158 Ridge Road Franconia NH 03580
(603) 823-5510  
The Frost Place is a permanent home and museum for poets and poetry. We honor the legacy of Robert Frost and encourage the creation and appreciation of poems.

The Morrison Assisted Living & Nursing Home

6 Terrace Street Whitefiled 03598
(603) 837-2541  
The Morrison nursing home has been providing quality health care to residents of New Hampshire’s North Country since 1903 through its skilled nursing, rehabilitation, long term care, respite care, Alzheimer’s adult daycare, and assisted living services.

Tillotson Center for the Arts

14 Carriage Lane, Colebrook NH 03576
(603) 237-8576  
The Tillotson Center is the North Country’s top venue for visual & performing arts. It has a heritage museum, a 171 seat theater, and an art gallery. It is also available for rent. Contact for more information.

Tim Sappington

Randolph NH

Architect & visual artist

Upper Pemigewasset Historical Society

26 Church Street Lincoln NH
(603) 745-8159  
Museum of local history of the area including photos & artifacts from Thornton to Twin Mountain. Open mid-June to Columbus Day weekend; Wednesdays 2-4, Saturdays 6-8 or by appointment.

VSA New Hampshire

PO Box 78 Wentworth NH 03282
(603) 764-9159  
VSA New Hampshire is the state's organization on arts and disability. Their primary work is training and consulting, relating to the role of the arts in learning; particularly for children with learning differences and delays.

Weeks State Park Association

PO Box 104 123 Mt. Prospect Rd., Rte 3 Lancaster NH 03584
(603) 788-4004  
Open June-October. Tour the summer home and fire tower built by John Wingate Weeks and experience the breath-taking panoramic views from Mt. Prospect.

White Birch Books

P.O. Box 399 2568 White Mountain Highway North Conway NH 03860
(603) 356-3200  
Locally owned, independently operated bookstore that has been serving the Mt. Washington Valley for 25 years.

White Mountain Photography/Photo Gallery

Dana Clemons 95 Main Street Jackson Village NH 03846
(603) 374-6050  
A National Geographic Editor's Pick in their 2013 Travel Contest, White Mountain Photo Gallery offers 1000+ scenic landscape, abstract, and travel images from The White Mountains, New England, Iceland, Scotland, New Zealand, Nepal, and Canada.

White Mountain Science

PO Box 671 22 Park Avenue Bethlehem NH 03574
(603) 728-5242  
Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math Outreach for students and teachers.

Whitney Community Center

PO Box J Jackson NH 03846
Located in the heart of Jackson, the Whitney Community Center engages the community in cultural, business and educational pursuits. The Center offers a wonderful, multi-use facility, complete with commercially designed kitchen, main hall with stage and seating for 250, and is available for rental. Please contact the for more information. Photo of the Whitney Center taken by Sarah Kimball.

Whtiefield Historical Society

King's Square PO Box 21 Whitefield NH 03598
(603) 837-2466

Open May through September, Thursdays 2 to 4.

Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank

63 Central Street PO Box 266 Woodsville NH 03785
(603) 747-0477  
Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank is a locally owned and operated community bank serving the people and businesses of northern New Hampshire and northeastern Vermont. Headquartered in Woodsville, WGSB has nine offices in NH, located in the communities of Woodsville, Piermont, Lisbon, Littleton, Lancaster, Plymouth, and Franconia. It offers deposit and loan services to meet its customers’ everyday needs, and companion services and online and mobile banking that make managing money more convenient than ever.

World Fellowship Center

PO Box 2280 368 Drake Hill Road, off Route 16 Conway NH 03818
(603) 447-2280  
Peace and justice intergenerational multicultural retreat and conference center offers educational, recreational, and art on the porch programming daily June – Sept. Sat. evening concerts; participatory workshops from Early Music Week and Singing with Courage to Poetry/Creative Writing, Uke, and Choral Singing. Something for everyone available on 455 wilderness acres with guest houses and campsites. Visit for a concert or for a week you won’t forget!
Art courtesy of AANNH member artist Marek Bennett.