ED WEBSTER: The Unsolved Mt. Everest Mystery of Mallory & Irvine
2:00 pm
DID HILLARY OR MALLORY SUMMIT MOUNT EVEREST FIRST? The enigmatic events surrounding the 1924 deaths of two British mountaineers on Mt. Everest is, to this day, the Greatest Unsolved Mystery in mountaineering history. Now Everest climber, New England mountaineer, and climbing historian Ed Webster tells us, using all the latest evidence, WHAT, in fact, probably HAPPENED! READ MORE  
True Tales of Teaching English Abroad. A discussion with Michelle Kirschbaum
2:00 pm
This past spring Michele Kirschbaum, a John Stark Regional High School teacher, experienced 5 months of teaching English in Chile.  She will share her adventures and reminiscences of Chile’s traditions, educational system, school expectations as well as the welcoming social culture she encountered.   
ADAM BOYCE: Old Time Rules Will Prevail: The Fiddle Contest in New Hampshire and New England
2:00 pm
Fiddle contests evolved from endurance marathons to playing a set number of tunes judged by certain specific criteria.  Whether large or small, fiddle contests tried to show who was the “best,” as well as preserve old-time fiddling and raise money for local organizations.  In recent years, the fiddle contest has declined significantly in New England due to cultural changes and
Apr 2 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
JOSE LEZCANO: The Guitar in Latin America @ Tucker Free Library | Henniker | New Hampshire | United States
2:00 pm
Come hear the music of this great Cuban American Guitarist! Described by Fanfare Magazine as “an excellent guitarist as well as an imaginative composer,” Jose Lezcano is a twice Grammy-nominated composer and performer who has concertized on four continents. His programs featuring traditional and Latin American repertory, and his own original Latin-inspired compositions have taken him as recitalist, collaborative musician, and concerto soloist from
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