The Mason Planning Board meets tomorrow, Thursday, January 18. The town calendar listed the event as occurring today, but it has been corrected. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Mason Public Library will be closed during the day Wednesday, January 17th, and reopen this evening 6-8 pm. Open as usual Thursday 9am – 4pm.
Finger-style guitarist/singer Caleb Wetherbee performs traditional and contemporary folk music with intricate bare-finger accompaniment. Audiences can expect a repertoire of sensitive ballads, country-blues tunes, older songs in the vein of Fats Waller along with many solo guitar favorites and original compositions. With his controlled baritone voice and six-string stylings, Wetherbee’s singing and playing are sure to inspire and entertain.
We were taken with Caleb’s playing of the Stars and Stripes Forever. His fingers were masterfully flying around the fret board. It was a sight for the ears to see. His musical talent and his stage persona are honed and are as comfortable as an your favorite pair of old jeans. Caleb’s performance is one not to be missed.
About us: It is our goal to create a wholesome relaxing atmosphere for people to gather, listen and perform music, poetry and the spoken word. Our stage is set for you to perform in front of a supportive audience. A $5 donation is suggested (students may bring 2 cans of food as their donation, to help support the local St. Vincent De Paul food pantry).
Snacks: Coffee, tea, water, soda, and juices are available, as well as popcorn and a variety of yummy baked goods from our kitchen. As always, there is no charge for snacks.
How it works: Doors open at 6:30 pm and all are welcome to sit, relax, meet and mingle. Performers (music, poetry, spoken word) are encouraged to sign up for one of the 15-minute slots. Sign-up is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Performances start at 7:00.
Feature performer: Each month we schedule a feature performer that is given a 30- 40 minute time slot at about 8:00 pm. Check out our Calendar to see who will be featured at our coffeehouse in the coming months.
Equipment: We have a PA and four microphones that are available. We also have available the very loved and in tune upright grand piano named, “Rose”. If you are a piano player you will love the warmth that Rose has to offer.
Dates: Third Saturday of the month, except for our summer break (July and August) and the month of December. December is now, the 2nd Saturday of the Month.
For more information, contact Steve at 603-801-7430. The Living Room Coffee House is at Mason Congregational Church, 33 Valley Rd., Mason, NH.
Mike Greenough of the American Red Cross and Monadnock Hospital will be teaching the Bystander CPR course on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, from 7-9 p.m. at Mason Congregational Church Fellowship Hall.
There is no cost to take the course. Participants must be age 13 or older. Class size is limited to 16. At the completion of the course, you will receive an American Red Cross CPR certificate. To register, contact Kathy Chapman at email@example.com or 617-459-6487.
This event is sponsored by the American Red Cross with support from the Mason Congregational Church.
Chaz Beauleiu on Flute and percussion, and Eric Blackmer on Guitar and Voice are a duo that call them selves “The Wicked Good Old Boys”. If you were at their concert you were treated to a sample of the sweat melodies these two fine musicians conjure up. The Boys dusted off some great old tunes from the 15th century. Classical is always new when laid down with soul and talent. Their musical well is deep, so there will be a variety of tunes.
On Saturday, December 9, doors open at 6:30 pm and all are welcome to sit, relax, meet and mingle. Performers (music, poetry, spoken word) are encouraged to sign up for one of the 15-minute slots. Sign-up is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Performances start at 7:00.
The Living Room Coffee House is a wholesome relaxing atmosphere for people to gather, listen and perform music, poetry and the spoken word. The stage is set for you to perform in front of a supportive audience. A $5 donation is suggested. Students may bring 2 cans of food as their donation, to help support the local St. Vincent De Paul food pantry.
Coffee, tea, water, soda, and juices are available, as well as popcorn and a variety of yummy baked goods from our kitchen. There is no charge for snacks.
For more information, contact Stephen at 603-801-7430. The Living Room Coffee House is at Mason Congregational Church, 33 Valley Rd., Mason, NH.
Despite the inclement weather, the show will go on!
On Friday, December 8, naturalists Marcia and Mark Wilson of Eyes on Owls will present the program “Owls of the World — Who’s Watching You?” with 6 live owls.
The presentation is on Friday from 6-7:15 p.m. in the multipurpose room at Mason Elementary School. There is no cost for attendance; the program is funded by the Boynton Trust Fund.
For more information, see the flyer posted on Mason Elementary School’s website: http://mason.sau89.org/wp-content/uploads/Eyes-on-Owls-flyer.pdf
On Friday, Dec. 8, Mason Elementary School is hosting the monthly Senior Breakfast. All senior citizens living in Mason are invited to attend a special breakfast prepared by Chef Deb. Grades K through 5 take turns hosting the event. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Mason Elementary School at 878-2962. On Friday morning, arrive by 9:15 a.m. using the main entrance and proceed to the cafeteria.
Mason Elementary School is hosting its annual Holiday Craft Fair, which offers shopping, crafts, raffles, and a bake sale. All proceeds support Mason Elementary School.
The fair is held at the Mason Town Hall, 7 Meetinghouse Hill Rd., and will be open to the public at the following times:
- Thursday, Dec. 7, 4:30-8:00 p.m.
- Friday, Dec. 8, 4:30-9:00 p.m.
- Saturday, Dec. 9, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Church is holding its annual Christmas Fair on Friday and Saturday. There will be crafts, bargain tables, food, and games for children.
Sacred Heart Church, High Street, Greenville
Friday, Nov. 10, 5-9 p.m.
Saturday, Nov 11, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Knights of Columbus Council 8016, Greenville, is holding a charity chicken barbecue on Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017. Following the 4 p.m. scheduled mass, dinner will be served at 5:15 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church, 15 High St., Greenville, rain or shine. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. The event also includes a 50/50 raffle. Live entertainment is provided by Mason’s own Town Hollerers.
Proceeds from the dinner will benefit the Sacred Heart Parish Fuel Fund. Sacred Heart Parish is home to the local food pantry that serves area towns including Mason.
For more information, download the flyer: http://masonnh.us/wp-content/uploads/KnightOfColumbus-BBQ-2017-Aug-5.pdf