Jan 29 Saturday
Bee school classes will be held via ZOOM online on Saturdays 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13 from 900-1130 am. Register at KBANH.org. $50 fee includes course, textbook, KBA membership with access to club apiary and experienced mentors.
Jan 30 Sunday
Zoom Tunes- January 30, 2022 session
presented by the Vermont Jazz Center
Last Sunday of each month, 7:00-8:30 pm EST
ON-LINE; $15 per session
Because indoor jam sessions with horn players and vocalists are unfeasible at this time, the Jazz Center will utilize Zoom Tunes, an online version of a jam session that is as inclusive as possible.
The format was devised and is run by VJC’s junior faculty. Zoom Tunes will take place on the last Sunday of each month.
For each session, participants will individually play the “tune of the month” using an inexpensive app (iReal Pro) as a source of accompaniment.
The app is a digital, play-along system with an enormous library of jazz tunes that gives musicians access to backing tracks with easy adjustments in tempo, key and feel.
The Zoom Tune for January 30, 2022 My Little boat (Barquino) by Roberto Menescal
During the Zoom Tunes jam, participants will divide into breakout rooms supervised by one of the coaches. Each participant will play their own version of the given tune, either solo or along with a backing track.
After playing their interpretation of the tune, players will receive guidance and support from the other attendees and Zoom Tunes coaches, Malik McLaurine (bass), Ben Barnett (trombone) and Franz Robert (piano).
Playing the same composition and hearing the well-considered advice of friends and coaches creates a bonding experience amongst the participants.
Listening to others playing the same repertoire can be inspiring and fun and leads to a fruitful learning experience.
Singers are more than welcomed and are encouraged to use iReal Pro’s transpose feature to adjust the song’s key to suit their vocal range.
Feb 04 Friday
This in-person, family-friendly event, open to the public, features a variety of engaging exhibitors, educational workshops and demonstrations of interest to industry members and home-owners alike, live animals, children’s programs and activities, and a new Garden/Landscaping Skills Showcase area.
Admission includes everything at $10 per person; ages 12 and under will be admitted for free. Tickets are available online now. As a special thank you, all pre-purchased tickets will be entered into a special drawing for a get-away at the Inn at East Hill Farm, in Troy NH. More details are on our website.
The New Hampshire Farm, Forest and Garden Expo is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and provides information and education on all aspects of agriculture and forestry by bringing the state’s farming and forestry communities together to share ideas and views on industry needs, while providing a fun and interesting venue for the public to learn about these industries and their impact on life in New Hampshire.
Exhibitors, workshop presenters and sponsorship inquiries are welcomed! All COVID protocols will be strictly followed and include increased buffer space between exhibitors.
The New Hampshire Farm, Forest & Garden Exposition founding sponsors are the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, the NH Division of Forests & Lands and the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food. Additional event sponsors include Granite State Dairy Promotion, LEF Farms, Farm Credit East and Best Read Guide.
Feb 05 Saturday
Feb 12 Saturday
A Notch Above Photography Club is open to anyone interested in photography regardless of skill level. We meet for informal discussion, tutorials and photo critiques, and we schedule periodic field trips or nature hikes. New members are welcome. E-mail email@example.com for more information or find us at Meetup.com. Join us for fun and fellowship at our next meeting.
Feb 19 Saturday
Feb 26 Saturday
Mar 05 Saturday