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SEACOAST CHAPTER OF BCNH (BRITISH CARS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE) MONTHLY MEETING ... 2 to 3:30 p.m. Free. The Real Estate group will be leading a “children’s Valentine Joke Hour” followed by cookie decorating as well as Valentine Card decorating.


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SINGING VALENTINES: Wednesday, Feb14Barbershop quartets will be harmonizing in the greater Seacoast area delivering Singing Valentines to special sweethearts and family membersThese quartets are members of Sounds of the Seacoast - an award-winning women's barbershop chorus based in Portsmouth$45 and includes a beautiful song sung in 4-part a cappella barbershop harmony, a rose and chocolatesFor more info: 845-902-3011, email valentine@soundsoftheseacoast.org or visit www.soundsoftheseacoast.org.SINGING VALENTINES: Wednesday, Feb14, 9 a.mto 9 p.m .$30A quartet from the Seacoast Men of Harmony will deliver your Singing Valentine at a location of your choosing within 30 miles of DoverContact: Dale Hardy, 531-6495 or dvh1938@comcast.net to order one for your sweetheart.VALENTINE'S DAY PARTNER YOGA: On Target Fitness LLC, 4 Cutts St., Unit 2, Portsmouth, Wednesday, Feb14, 5:30 to 7 p.mElements of a regular power yoga class, BUT, with some fun partner poses thrown inChampagne and chocolate to close out the night! FREE for members, $20 for guestsMake sure your spot is reserved, by e-mailing admin@ontargetfit.com.SEACOAST CHAPTER OF BCNH (BRITISH CARS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE) MONTHLY MEETING: Paddy's American Grille, 27 International Dr., Portsmouth, Wednesday, Feb14, 6 to 8 p.mAll are welcomeBen (207-363-3405).ALL ABOUT LOVE VINYASA YOGA: Exeter Area YMCA, 56 Linden St., Exeter, Wednesday, Feb14, 7 to 8:15 p.mA warm vinyasa flow with gentle assists and luxurious essential oil followed by a dreamy extended savasana! Pre-registration at the Welcome Center.LAKE BAIKAL: BEAUTIFUL BIRDS, BAD BEER, AND BUDDHIST BABUSHKAS: Seacoast Science Center, 570 Ocean Blvd, Rye, Wednesday, Feb14, 7 to 9 p.mIn July, 2016, Lena Moser, York County Audubon board member, co-led a birding tour to Lake Baikal with Wildside Nature ToursLake Baikal, also called the ?pearl of Siberia?, is a truly astonishing placeIt is Earth?s deepest lake, holding a fifth of the world?s fresh waterAt 25 to 30 million years old, it is also one of the most ancient geographical features on the planetFreeCancellations will be posted on The Seacoast Chapter web site: www.seacoastchapter.orgdanielhubbard@peoplepc.com, 332-4093.?CIVIL WAR ROUNDTABLE OF THE MERRIMACK: East Parish Methodist Church, Salisbury Square, Salisbury, Wednesday, Feb14, 7:30 to 9:30 p.mFeaturing a Civil War ?Show and Tell.? Participants will have an opportunity to present Civil War artifacts or discuss their ancestral involvement in the conflictFreeInfo: www.cwrtmerrimack.org or call Tom at (978) 462-8518.Gardening talk: Great gardens, preparing your garden soil, Harvey-Mitchell Memorial Library, 151 Main Street, Epping, Thursday, Feb15, 4 to 5 p.mThe talk will start with a brief introduction to healthy living soils and give you some pointers on how to assess what you have in your own gardenThen there will be a discussion on options and techniques for preparing new garden beds, renovating older gardens and maintaining soil health in existing plantingsThis is part of an ongoing series presented by Patty Laughlin of Lorax Landscaping.Music and chocolate festival: 18th annual chamber music and chocolate festivalPortsmouth Middle School, 155 Parrott Ave, Portsmouth, Thursday, Feb15, 6 to 8:30 p.mFeaturing exquisitely decadent chocolate desserts donated by local restaurants, parents and student bakersFeatures vocal and instrumental performances by Portsmouth students including members of the PHS Band, percussion ensemble and choirTickets, available at $5.50 in advance or $7 at the doorProceeds support the Portsmouth Public Schools student music scholarshipsMore info at: cparts.org.French tasting: Tour de France class and tasting dinnerBaron Forrester, 446 Lafayette Rd., Hampton, Thursday, Feb15, 6 to 8 p.mJoin us for a magical evening as we taste our way through the French countryside, learning about premier regions as we goReservations are required and the cost of the event including all the food and wine tasting is $30 per personTo reserve your seat, email Julie@baronforrester.com, or message on Facebook.Plant-based meal prep: Class with MorganBraise Restaurant, 142 Congress St., Portsmouth, Thursday, Feb15, 6:30 to 8:30 p.mPlanning and preparing home-cooked meals can take some serious motivationCreating nutritious meals ahead of time doesn't have to be boring, hard, or expensiveThis workshop is for you if you could use a dose of encouragement and a lesson in how to put together delicious, satisfying, and simple meals for your familyFind out more at morgan-avery.com.Oyster dinner:?Shell-Shocked, an oyster and wine celebration?? Winter Wine SeriesWentworth By the Sea Hotel, 588 Wentworth Rd., New Castle, Friday, Feb16, 5 to 10 p.mThe perfect pairing of oysters and wine is the inspiration for Shell-Shocked, an oyster and wine celebration in SALT?s loungeEast Coast oysters, fresh from the ideal conditions of Spinney Creek Shellfish?s icy Maine waters are offered multiple waysNo reservations or tickets.Stargazing, sleighs, and spirits: Coppal House Farm, 118 N River Rd., Lee, Friday, Feb16, 5:30 to 8:15 p.mEnjoy a 30 minute horse-drawn sleigh ride and warm up after the ride at the bonfireSleigh Rides start at 5:30, 6:15, 7:00, and 7:45 p.mLight hors d'oeuvres provided by Flag Hill Distillery & WineryTickets are $25 per personReserve your seat by calling Coppal House Farm at 659-3572Must be 21 or older to participate in the tasting.Wine tasting and game night: LeBelle Winery, 104 Congress St., Portsmouth, Friday, Feb16, 5:30 to 8:30 p.mJoin Diversions Puzzles and Games for a fun night of games and great company with LaBelle WineryWe'll be playing a myriad of social/party games while enjoying a selection of wine tastings provided by LaBellePricing for Wine Tastings: 5 Tastings, $10, Tastings, $15Pre-registration is not required, but there is limited seating availableAges 21+Visit labellewineryevents.comor or e-mail events@diversionsgames.com.Food and wine pairing: Food and wine of Italy's Northern LakesChez Boucher Cooking School, 32 Depot Square, Hampton, Friday, Feb16, 6 to 9 p.mTravel with us to the Northern Lakes of Italy to taste the wine and cuisine of the Northern Lakes of Italy, while enjoying a slideshow by Jean Moss, from Olde Ipswich Tours.Paint night: Couples paint and sipThe Offbeat Owl, 143 Water St., Exeter, Friday, Feb16, 6:30 to 8:30 p.mRescheduledSign up on our calendar to reserve your space at tockify.com/e/theoffbeatowl/detail/667/1518823800000.Night snow shoe: Stratham Hill Park, Route 33, Stratham, Friday, Feb16, 6:30 p.mJoin the Stratham Parks and Recreation group for a night snow shoe in the parkMeet at the Scammon PavilionFor more info, call (603) 772-7450 ext250.Comedy show: Bob Marley's Wicked Funny ComedyJonathan's Restaurant, 92 Bourne Lane, Ogunquit, Friday, Feb16, 8 to 10 p.mMarley?s brand of high energy and off beat observation of everyday life things has captured the minds of fans of all ages including teenagers to grandparents in their 80?s.Chinese New Year Celebration: GateWay Taiji, Qigong and Yoga, 875 Islington St., Portsmouth, Saturday, Feb17, 10 a.mto 12:30 p.mJoin the fun as as we celebrate the Chinese "Year of the Dog.? There will be arts and crafts, Chinese music and calligraphy.?Ski/Snowshoe: Orris Falls Conservation Area, 71 Thurrell RdSouth Berwick, Saturday, Feb17, 10 a.mto 12 p.mExploring Orris Falls in the winter provides the unique ability to trek across the Beaver marsh which feeds Orris FallsSnowshoes or xc-skis requiredReservations required as numbers are limitedCall (207-646-3604 or email info@gwrlt.org to reserve your placeFree to members, suggested donation of $5 ($10/family) for non-membersFor more info, visit gwrlt.org.Create teacupgardens: Teeny teacup fairy gardensHistorical Society of Wells and Ogunquit, 938 Post Rd., Wells, Saturday, Feb17, 10 a.mAll materials will be supplied to create fanciful tiny worldsLimited space available$10 per familyTickets: https://squareup.com/store/artsea/item/teeny-teacup-fairly-gardensFor more info, email Info@wohistory.org or call (207) 646-4775.Winter farmers market: Rolling Green Nursery, 64 Breakfast Hill Rd., Greenland, Saturday, Feb17, 10 a.mto 2 p.m.?Join Rolling Green Nursery in supporting sustainable, local agriculture that respects the abundance and traditions of our region, while helping to ensure its futureThe market is focused on the common interest in NH agriculture-based products to promote and establish and maintain the integrity of the local marketFor more info, visit rollinggreennursery.com/markets-and-events/.Food workshop: Handmade cheese and yogurt 10150 Local, 50 Main St., Kennebunk, Saturday, Feb17, 11 a.mto 1 p.mIn this hands-on workshop, Chef Alex Leblanc will walk you through the cheese-making process, from incorporating a starter to making, stretching, and draining curds$40 per person.Luau: Seacoast Harley-Davidson, 17 Lafayette Rd., North Hampton, Saturday, Feb17, 11 a.mto 4 p.mJoin the fun and enter the limbo, hula-hoop, and corn hole contests.Class on owls: Owls, silent hunters of the night: Churchill's Garden Center, 12 Hampton Rd., Exeter, Saturday, Feb17, 11 a.mto 12:30 p.mThe Center for Wildlife's beautiful owl ambassadors will show off their adaptations for night huntingBring the family and learn about the variety of New England species, their habitats, diets, calls, and tips on how to spot them in the wildAdmission is free.Ice bar party: Cliff House, 591 Shore Rd., Cape Neddick, Saturday, Feb17, 1 to 10 p.mJoin us for our inaugural ice bar party, including live music, special handcrafted cold weather cocktails by our mixologist, and fireworks, to cap off the celebration (and begin your evening) at 6 p.mCall (207) 361-6277 for further information, or to place your dining reservation after the day's festivities wrap up.Share a joke: Day of kindness, children's joke hourMaple Suites Retirement Community, 30 Holiday Dr., Dover, Saturday, Feb17, 2 to 3:30 p.mFreeThe Real Estate group will be leading a ?children?s Valentine Joke Hour? followed by cookie decorating as well as Valentine Card decoratingMembers of the public are encouraged to come out, participate, and bring your favorite joke to shareMore info at, Theapbn.com.Farm-to-table dinner: A celebration of love, a February farm-to-table dinnerEastman's Corner, 267 South Rd., Kensington, Saturday, Feb17, 5:30 to 8:30 p.mJoin us for a romantic Valentine?s Day-inspired farm-to table-culinary experienceTickets, $65.Grand Vintner's dinner: Grands vins de bordeux with vincenteWentworth By the Sea Hotel, 588 Wentworth Rd., New Castle, Saturday, Feb17, 6 to 10 p.mIt is with all his passion that Vincent Lataste took the torch of Chateau Lardiley, after his father in 1985Situated in the mid-slope along the Garonne the Chateau produces sophisticated and elegant Bordeaux wines$104.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity.Cider and cheese: Winter cider and cheese feast 2018Maine Beer Cafe, 435 U.S1, Kittery, Saturday, Feb17, 6 to 9 p.mThis is a ticket only eventIncluded in your cost of the ticket will be 16 cider samples and four small plate food pairings$40 per ticket, all cider and food is includedLive music will be playing.Meat Bingo: Dover Moose Lodge hosts meat bingo for Woodman Museum FundraiserThe Woodman Museum, 182 Central Ave, Dover, Saturday, Feb17, 6:30 to 8:30 p.mFor $5, participants receive entry into 10 bingo-style games for a chance to win a take-home meat packagePlayers can play as many cards as desiredFor more info, visit woodmanmuseum.org.Comedy night: Gas Light presents Ian Stuart64 Market StPortsmouth, Saturday, Feb17, 7 to 9:30 p.mCome laugh your behind off with the comedy stylings of local comedian Ian StuartFree admission.125th anniversary: Kick off event, Summersworth Historical Museum, 157 Main St., Somersworth, Sunday, Feb18, 12 to 3:30 p.mMusket firing, a very special cake, light refreshments and a tour of the museumAlso being read for the first time in 125 years by Mayor Dana SHilliard is the speech that was read by Somersworth's first Mayor Franklin Chase at his inauguration in 1893.Seacoast bridal show: The Blue Ocean Event Center, 4 Ocean Front North, Salisbury, Sunday, Feb18, 12 to 3 p.mVisit with the area finest wedding professionals while enjoying catered appetizers, cash bar, while catching up on the latest trends and advice throughout the day ? all to support the N.HBreast Cancer Coalition.Geneology workshop: Tools for researchPortsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrott Ave, Portsmouth, Sunday, Feb18, 2 to 4 p.mPresented by the library?s Special Collections staff and members of the Ranger Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), these events are free, open to the public, and appropriate for all levels of interest and experience.Tea Talks: Sites of memory, reconstructing the past with Elinor Williams Hooker.? Portsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrott Ave, Portsmouth, Sunday, Feb18, 2 to 4 p.mThrough discussing physical and artistic sites of memory, including the Confederate memorial, a cellar hole in Hancock, N.H., and the pages of a graphic novel, this panel will explore how a narrative picture of the past develops an identity for our presentIn case of inclement weather, a cancelled talk will be rescheduled for Sunday, March 18 or Sunday, March 25.Crackle and Hops winter festival: Hayseed Restaurant, 105 Towle Farm Rd., Hampton, Sunday, Feb18, 3 to 7 p.mFree for all agesThere will be food trucks serving delicious food to warm you right up, a bonfire made out of donated Christmas trees, and a trebuchet that slings close to 100lbs.Flower talk: Art from the garden ? creating with pressed flowersRye Congregational Church, 580 Washington Rd., Rye, Tuesday, Feb20, 9:30 a.mto 12 p.mRye Driftwood Garden Club presents Vermont pressed-flower artist Ellie Roden who will discuss ways to turn flowers, leaves and other plant material into beautiful artThe public is invited to attendThere is a suggested donation of $5 for non-club membersVisit ryenhgardenclub.org for more information.Lunch and learn: Instyle recycle; Cooperative Venture Workspace, 36 Maplewood Ave, Portsmouth, Tuesday, Feb20, 11:30 a.mto 1 p.mLearn why a sustainable lifestyle is imperative to create a brighter future for us all, as well as ways that you can go green in the workplaceLunch and Learn is an event series aimed at having entrepreneurs meet and learn from each other in a fun, engaging atmosphereVisit Coveworkspace.com for more information.Open house: Tri-chamber business open housGreat Bay Community College - ATAC, 5 Milton Rd., Rochester, Tuesday, Feb20, 5 to 7 p.mNetwork with members at Great Bay Community College in the Advanced Technology & Academic Center.Founders series: Founders series featuring Sean Creely on Embedly's journeyAlpha Loft, 10 Vaughan Mall, Suite 205, Portsmouth, Tuesday, Feb20, 5:30 to 7:30 p.mCreeley was the founder of Embedly and served as its CEO from 2010 through to its acquisition by Medium in 2016Embedly provided rich media solutions to companies such as LinkedIn, Salesforce, Reddit, The New York Times and many others.Lecture: N.H.'s African-American soldiers in the American Revolution: Dover Public Library, 73 Locust St., Tuesday, Feb20, 7 to 8 p.mOne of the most interesting aspects of the American Revolution is the role played by African Americans in the fight for independenceBoth free African Americans and those that were enslaved were key in manning state militias and Continental Army units, as well as serving on the high seas in the Navy and on privately armed shipsFreeFor more info, call 516-6050 or libraryquestions@dover.nh.gov.FAMILY SKATE NIGHT: Strawbery Banke Museum, 14 Hancock St., Portsmouth, Wednesday, Feb21, 5 to 7 p.mChildren (age 5-17), $6, (under 5, free), adults (18 and over), $8.?Gardening lecture: Inspired by history, innovative new traditional gardensOld York Historical Society, 3 Lindsay Rd., York, Wednesday, Feb21, 6 to 8 p.mOld York's popular Winter lecture series "History..with a Side of Soup" is backPresented by Lucinda BrockwayBrockway has a wealth of experience in historic gardens, having restored the garrison grounds at Fort Ticonderoga, and more recently undertaking the restoration of the Grand Allee at the Crane EstateTickets available online in advance or at the door the evening of the lecture.Aquaculture panel: Piscataqua Science Cafe, Aquaculture in the SeacoastThe Portsmouth Gaslight Company, 64 Market St,, Portsmouth, Wednesday, Feb21, 6 to 7:30 p.mOne Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Shellfish (The Potential of Aquaculture in the Seacoast)The Science Cafe series encourages lively and engaging conversations in a casual settingPanelists for this Science Cafe are, Michael Chambers (UNH), Brian Gennaco (Virgin Oyster Company), and Rich Pettigrew (Seaport Fish)Moderated by Melissa Paly (Great Bay Piscataqua Waterkeeper).Lecture on Noyes Academy: Abolitionists of Noyes Academy, with Dan BillinsDurham Public Library, 49 Madbury Rd., Durham, Wednesday, Feb21, 6:30 to 7:30 p.mIn 1835, abolitionists opened one of the nation's first integrated schools in CanaanOutraged community leaders responded by raising a mob that dragged the academy building off its foundation and ran the African-American students out of townWriter and researcher Dan Billins tells the shocking and largely forgotten tale of the birth and death of Noyes AcademySnow date, Feb22.Half Cab Beer Release Party: Liars Bench Beer Co, 459 Islington St., Portsmouth, Wednesday, Feb21, 7 to 10 p.mLiars Bench Beer is throwing a release party for a newly created beerThere will be a live DJ, dancing, and snacksAnd of course, there will be our delicious collabo pink saison pouring from the taps.Tick Talk:Portsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrott Ave, Wednesday, Feb21, 7 to 8:30 p.mSigns and symptoms of tickborne diseases that cause illness in New HampshireSteps to prevent tick bites and transmission of tickborne diseasesProper removal and disposal of ticksEpidemiology and distribution of tickborne diseases in New Hampshire and throughout the U.S.Chocolate Asphalt: Louis BGoodall Memorial Library, 952 Main St., Sanford, Thursday, Feb22, 5:30 to 7 p.mPresented by the talented folks at the Portsmouth Naval ShipyardThis is for children ages 5 to 12This is a hands-on workshop for children interested in engineering principles, road construction and material sciencePre-registration to make sure we have supplies for all participantsCall, stop by, or check out our website for more information: www.lbgoodall.org or (207) 324-4714.Paint night: Sip and paint Starry Lake NightBaron Forrester, 446 Lafayette Rd., Hampton, Thursday, Feb22, 6 to 8 p.mJoin Ashley Baron, a wonderful North Hampton artist and owner of Baron Art, for an evening of wine and paintingNo experience is necessary, and all material and painting supplies will be providedBaron Forrester will be sampling some amazing Old World Wines, as well as providing a light dinner$35 per person and reservations are requiredPlease email Julie@baronforrester.com or call 926-4049.Meditation: Nourish the mind and bodyTurnip The Beet, 503 Central Ave, Dover, Thursday, Feb22, 6:30 to 8 p.mGuided meditation followed by cooking demonstration and sampling of body nourishing appetizers.Origami 101 for adults: Blaisdell Memorial Library, 129 Stage Rd., Nottingham, Thursday, Feb22, 6:30 to 8:30 p.mCome learn the basics of the art of origami.WWII lecture: Life on the home frontPortsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrott Ave, Thursday, Feb22, 6:30 to 8:30 p.mWith over twelve million men serving overseas during World War II, employers were left with gaping holes in their workforceAs a result, they hired women to take the positionsThis created an immense change in the culture of the timesWomen had to balance work and home life, deal with discrimination and harassment, and 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