Arts and Culture – Rochester New Hampshire News https://rochesternhnews.com Official News Portal Wed, 14 Feb 2018 21:52:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.4 https://i2.wp.com/rochesternhnews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/114/2017/06/cropped-color-seal-correct.png?fit=32%2C32 Arts and Culture – Rochester New Hampshire News https://rochesternhnews.com 32 32 129230579 The Rochester Public Library presents: Seed Starting with UNH Master Gardener Christine Templeton https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/01/rochester-public-library-presents-seed-starting-unh-master-gardener-christine-templeton/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/01/rochester-public-library-presents-seed-starting-unh-master-gardener-christine-templeton/#respond Thu, 01 Feb 2018 20:14:30 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1156 Wednesday, March 28th, at 6pm This is a great time to start seeds! We will discuss obtaining quality seeds, selecting or making the right soil to start your seeds, what containers work best, proper lighting, when to start which seeds, and tips and tricks for success. This event is free but registration is required. You …

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Wednesday, March 28th, at 6pm

This is a great time to start seeds! We will discuss obtaining quality seeds, selecting or making the right
soil to start your seeds, what containers work best, proper lighting, when to start which seeds, and tips and tricks for success.

This event is free but registration is required. You may register at the Main Desk or by calling 332-1428 or by emailing us at reference@rpl.lib.nh.us.

 

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Rochester Public Library Invites Public to Take Advantage of a Wide Range of Services https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/24/get-to-know-the-rochester-public-library/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/24/get-to-know-the-rochester-public-library/#respond Wed, 24 Jan 2018 15:57:21 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1142 With the celebration of its 125th anniversary underway, Director Brian Sylvester invites residents to connect with the Rochester Public Library and learn more about how it can best serve their needs.

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With the celebration of its 125th anniversary underway, Director Brian Sylvester invites residents to connect with the Rochester Public Library and learn more about how it can best serve their needs.

Rochester’s library has come a long way since it first opened its doors in 1893, expanding its offerings from printed books and periodicals to include a broad range of services that can help residents remain engaged with and informed about their community and their world. 

Audio/Visual

  • Overdrive: Library members have unfettered access to Overdrive, allowing them to borrow e-books and audiobooks for their smartphones, tablets and e-readers directly from the Libby smartphone app.
  • Hoopla: Residents can use their library cards to stream movies and television shows, as well as documentaries, on their own devices. It also features books, audiobooks and comics. Checkout or streaming is limited to five items per month.
  • IndieFlix: Movie and film buffs can choose from thousands of independent titles, including more than 8,000 high quality short films, as well as feature-length films and documentaries from 85 counties.
  • Mango Languages: Your library membership gives you the opportunity to learn how to communicate across borders by trying language learning software at your convenience.

Off-Site Activities

  • Theatre Pass Program: The Rochester Public Library offers free or discounted passes to area theaters, including the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, the Rochester Opera House, the Star Theatre and Hackmatack Playhouse. All passes are subject to availability and can be reserved by calling 603-332-1428, extension 2.
  • Museum Pass Program: Members can visit the library and grab passes to a variety of museums throughout the area, including Boston, at a discount or for free. The program includes — but is not limited to — the Seashore Trolley Museum (two adults and up to four children free per pass), Strawberry Banke (two adults and two children free per pass), Wright Museum (two adults and four children free per pass), Boston’s Museum of Science (up to four people for $10 per person) and the Museum of Fine Arts (up to two people for $10 each).

On-Site Activities

The library features a variety of regular and special events, including the upcoming unveiling of a portrait of the city’s first librarian. It also offers a weekly get-together of needle crafters — Common Threads — every Monday from 9:30-11 a.m. The library also has regularly scheduled activities on Wednesday evenings, including an upcoming screening of “Dunkirk” on Jan. 31 at 6 p.m.

“We want members and non-members alike to know about the full scope of what the library has to offer,” Sylvester said. “We really have something for everyone, and a library membership provides benefits that extend well beyond our walls.”

The Rochester Public Library currently has between 8,000 and 10,000 active members. Joining, which is free for residents and city employees and costs $60 per year for anyone else, takes about 10 minutes. To learn more about what’s required to sign up for a library card — including accepted types of proof of residency — visit http://www.rpl.lib.nh.us/help/RPL_FAQ.html#getcard.

For more information about all of the library’s programs, visit www.rpl.lib.nh.us/.

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The Rochester Public Library presents: Monthly Meditation https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/18/rochester-public-library-presents-monthly-meditation/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/18/rochester-public-library-presents-monthly-meditation/#respond Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:30:28 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1102 The Rochester Public Library presents: Monthly Meditation February 2nd March 2nd April 13th May 11th June 8th Join us one Friday every month from 10-11am when Healthy Lifestyle Coach Cindy Simon presents a workshop on meditation. Are you new to meditation? Looking to deepen your practice? All are welcome! Where does most of your awareness and attention go? …

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The Rochester Public Library presents: Monthly Meditation

February 2nd March 2nd April 13th May 11th June 8th

Join us one Friday every month from 10-11am when Healthy Lifestyle Coach Cindy Simon presents a workshop on meditation. Are you new to meditation? Looking to deepen your practice? All are welcome! Where does most of your awareness and attention go? Do you live in the moment?

Relax and imagine peaceful scenery, learn deep stillness and quiet, utilize positive affirmations, rid your mind of negative chatter. Learn to bring meditation into your everyday life and discover deeper relaxation, sleep, patience and calm and less anger, anxiety and depression.

This event is free but space is limited. You can register at the Main Desk or by calling 332-1428 or emailing us at reference@rpl.lib.nh.us

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The Rochester Public Library presents: Yoga For Every Body https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/18/rochester-public-library-presents-yoga-every-body/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/18/rochester-public-library-presents-yoga-every-body/#respond Thu, 18 Jan 2018 17:07:39 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1098 FEBRUARY 7TH YOGA HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH. Registration is now open for February 15th and 21st!   Join yoga teacher Naomi Kaplan, RYT 200, for a class that is built for everyone. Mats and blocks are provided, but feel free to bring your own! You may also wish to bring a blanket …

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FEBRUARY 7TH YOGA HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15TH.

Registration is now open for February 15th and 21st!

 

Join yoga teacher Naomi Kaplan, RYT 200, for a class that is built for everyone. Mats and blocks are provided, but feel free to bring your own! You may also wish to bring a blanket for use during relaxation. Classes are free but registration is required. You may register at the main desk or by calling 332-1428 or by emailing us at reference@rpl.lib.nh.us Participants ages 13-17 years old must be accompanied by parent or guardian.

 

This event is free but space is very limited. You can register at the Main Desk or by calling 332-1428 or emailing us at reference@rpl.lib.nh.us

 

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Rochester Working to Attract Craft Brewers https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/11/22/864/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/11/22/864/#respond Wed, 22 Nov 2017 18:09:01 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=864 The City of Rochester is actively working to promote the city as an option to craft brewers looking for a brick and mortar location on the Seacoast.

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When Karen Pollard saw the types of commercial properties available in Rochester, and dove into analytics that suggest there are thousands households nearby with at least one person interested in craft beer, it was obvious to her that the city should have at least one craft brewery in town.

Pollard, Rochester’s economic development manager, was eager to get the city in front of brewers at the New Hampshire Craft Brew Conference in Durham earlier this month, letting them know that Rochester is ready to welcome them.

With a goal of growing its commercial profile, Rochester has worked proactively to showcase itself as accommodating for small breweries that can serve as catalysts for activity in the city. That approach is the result of industry-specific research performed by Buxton Analytics, which shows there are more than 80,000 households within a 30-minute drive of downtown Rochester and of those households, over 23,500 people have identified as craft beer enthusiasts.

“We really want to see more activity downtown, and a brewery would add a vibrancy that’s hard to match with just about any other kind of business,” Jenn Marsh, the city’s economic development specialist, said. “We can see that there’s an appetite for it among our residents and among people in surrounding communities, and we’re looking forward to having productive discussions about paving the way for craft brewers to move into the city.”

In anticipation of attracting a brewery to town, Rochester has done significant work to eliminate the barriers to entry that breweries have encountered elsewhere.

The city’s team arrived at the conference on Nov. 10 prepared with extensive information about available incentives, including the downtown revitalization property tax credit, the Rochester JOB Loan program — a low-interest loan incentive that allows businesses to borrow between $30,000-$75,000 — as well as opportunities for grant money to rehab signage and facades, and tax credits for opening in the downtown state-designated Revitalization Zone.

“Given all of the incentives and opportunities the city offers, I think it’s simply a matter of time before a brewery comes to Rochester,” said Building, Zoning and Licensing Services Director Jim Grant. “We’ve done a lot of work to make Rochester fertile ground for businesses of all kinds, and breweries are just part of a larger effort to create a diverse set of options for residents.”

Rochester has already relaxed its zoning requirements for breweries — significantly shortening the bureaucratic process they would need to go through — in an effort to foster a more inviting atmosphere for entrepreneurs, whose businesses would benefit from the amenities that city staff has identified as well-suited for a future brewery.

“The most important thing is that there’s a significant market for a brewery in Rochester,” Marsh said. “We’re right at the heart of a region that’s eager to support a robust craft brewery scene.”

The Gonic Mill Building, the former Rochester Bank and Trust building, a former dance studio downtown and a former restaurant at 12 Hanson St. are properties that offer ample parking, while the building at 73-77 North Main St. downtown is zoned to allow an outdoor patio, a hallmark of breweries and beer gardens in other cities.

“There’s nowhere else on the seacoast with this combination of a population center and buildings with essential amenities,” said Economic Development Commission Member Troy Dillow. “Each of the locations we’ve identified has tremendous potential and would allow a brewery or restaurant owner do a lot of really creative things.”

Of the brewers the Rochester group spoke with, several said they felt discouraged by onerous requirements in the communities where they currently operate, while others said they’re actively scouting options for second locations. According to Marsh, one said they have plans to explore Rochester in person in the coming weeks.

Those interested in learning more about Rochester’s economic development activities may do so at www.RochesterEDC.com.

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Rochester art project turns boarded-up windows and alleyways into community art https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/10/20/rochester-art-project-turns-boarded-windows-alleyways-community-art/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/10/20/rochester-art-project-turns-boarded-windows-alleyways-community-art/#respond Fri, 20 Oct 2017 19:17:31 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=779 ROCHESTER — Boarded windows and alley separators in Rochester’s historic district will get a colorful boost from New Hampshire artist James Chase this month. The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts commissioned Chase, director of community education and the visual arts faculty at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, to create and install public art in …

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ROCHESTER — Boarded windows and alley separators in Rochester’s historic district will get a colorful boost from New Hampshire artist James Chase this month.

The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts commissioned Chase, director of community education and the visual arts faculty at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, to create and install public art in Factory Court, North Main Street and Wyandotte Walkway.

The project, which was supported by the Office of Economic and Community Development of the City of Rochester, is scheduled to be completed and installed by Sunday.

But unlike community projects with a short shelf life, Matt Wyatt, a co-founder and chairman of the Rochester Museum, said the public will have plenty of time to see the murals.

“We love public art, but the problem with most of it is that you raise a lot of money and they are typically taken away after a few months,” Wyatt said. “We wanted to raise money and invest in something that would last for a few years or more. James is using marine grade plywood and applying them to the boarded window spaces. They are made to last.”

Chase has exhibited his work internationally, merging painting, printmaking and photography with social engagement efforts; he has been featured in more than 50 art exhibitions since 2009. Recent solo exhibitions include “Echoes” with the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts and “Kill The Lights” at South Plains College, Levelland, Texas.

“It says a lot when local organizations and municipalities invest in the arts,” Chase said of the Rochester mural commission. “This project will hopefully further the appreciation for public art and help beautify the downtown.

“The opportunity to interact and give back to the community through the power of art is important to me,” he added. “ I truly believe art builds community.”

Chase recently completed a large-scale mural project in Manchester, and he worked throughout this past summer on pieces for this fall’s installation in Rochester.

“My aim with the mural project in Rochester is to enhance a visual sense of vibrancy that is already growing in the downtown area,” he said. “With businesses and organizations like the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts, Rochester Opera House, Revolution, and Fresh Vibes all making substantial investments in the downtown area, these murals will hopefully become another piece of the conversation.”

There will be a small, outdoor reception in Wyndotte Walkway from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27. Visit www.rochestermfa.org for more information.

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Grand Opening events planned for new Performance & Arts Center https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/09/18/grand-opening-events-planned-new-performance-arts-center/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/09/18/grand-opening-events-planned-new-performance-arts-center/#respond Mon, 18 Sep 2017 13:42:38 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=570 ROCHESTER — The Rochester Opera House will be hosting two major events to celebrate the opening of the new Performance & Arts Center in downtown Rochester. There is a Grand Opening party scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 21 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The event will feature live music and light refreshments. Class and workshop information …

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ROCHESTER — The Rochester Opera House will be hosting two major events to celebrate the opening of the new Performance & Arts Center in downtown Rochester.

There is a Grand Opening party scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 21 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The event will feature live music and light refreshments. Class and workshop information will be available and teachers will be on hand to talk about their classes. There will also be a special ribbon cutting held by the Great Rochester Chamber of Commerce at 4 p.m.

The second event, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., is geared toward children and families as part of a special Grand Opening for kids and teens. This event will feature musical activities, costumed characters, games, dancing, and more. Children’s class and workshop information will be available and instructors will be on hand to talk about their classes.

“Everyone is welcome to attend the official Grand Opening but we thought we’d host another special event just for families so they can listen to music, dance, and have fun in a friendly environment,” said Executive Director Anthony Ejarque.

“These two events are great opportunities to see the finished space and learn more about the incredible programming we’re offering,” Ejarque said. “This project is huge for downtown Rochester and we hope to see support from Rochester residents and neighboring area businesses.”

The Rochester Performance & Arts Center is a not-for-profit arts initiative that combines versatile studio and performance spaces, an art gallery, and comprehensive arts and educational programming for students, children, teens, adults, and seniors in a comfortable and uniquely supportive environment.

The Center provides a safe community for creatives to develop confidence, character, technique and imagination by offering a number of programs designed to suit any particular interest.

The new Rochester Performance & Arts Center is located at 32 North Main St. in the former Carnie Medical Supply building. Visit www.rochesteroperahouse.com for more information.

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Rochester Arts Awards To Highlight City’s Thriving Arts Scene https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/07/20/rochester-arts-awards-to-highlight-citys-thriving-arts-scene/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/07/20/rochester-arts-awards-to-highlight-citys-thriving-arts-scene/#respond Thu, 20 Jul 2017 21:06:29 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=442 Rochester will celebrate its burgeoning arts scene and welcome a national expert on the impact of arts on communities next month at the Rochester Arts Awards.

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ROCHESTER — The city will celebrate its burgeoning arts scene and welcome a national expert on the impact of arts on communities next month at the Rochester Arts Awards.

The Rochester Arts Awards highlight the outstanding work of Rochester artists and arts groups who have contributed to the city’s growing artistic and cultural offerings. It will be held on Aug. 14 in the City Hall Annex Courtyard at 31 Wakefield St., beginning at 5:30 p.m.

The newly released Arts and Economic Prosperity study showed that spending on the arts in Rochester grew by several million dollars in just a few years. In 2014, arts funding totaled $7.4 million—up significantly from 2010—and in 2017, that number has jumped to more than $12 million.

Beyond the economic impact, though, lies an even more significant indicator of growth. Attendance at arts-related events rose from 190,000 people in 2010 to 342,000 in 2015.

During that time, the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts was founded in 2011, followed by the launching of the City of Rochester’s Arts and Culture Commission in 2012.

“We are enormously proud to shine a spotlight not only on the significant, but often invisible, economic impact the arts contributes to  Rochester,” City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick said. “We are also excited to underscore art and culture’s tremendous role in adding to the community’s vibrant quality of life in the city.”

The Arts and Economic Prosperity Study is a nationwide analysis of the critical role that arts and culture play in supporting local economies.

According to the study, the $12.3 million in economic activity in Rochester has a tangible and meaningful impact on its citizens. That spending helps support the equivalent of 405 full-time jobs, generates $8.1 million in household income for residents and delivers $1 million in revenue for local and state governments.

The overseer of the study, Americans for the Arts’ Senior Director of State and Local Government Affairs Jay Dick, will be the featured speaker at the Arts Awards on Aug. 14. He will highlight both the thriving arts culture in Rochester and the nationwide impact the arts have on American communities.

Dick has spent the last 12 years at Americans for the Arts, where he’s supported and enhanced arts policy on levels ranging from local grassroots campaigns to nationwide efforts. He was also recently appointed by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe to a five-year term as a commissioner for the Virginia Commission for the Arts.

The honorees include:

  • Molly Meulenbroek for her work to restore the City Hall Annex
  • James Chase for best Visual Artist
  • Joanne Piazzi for Storytelling at Riverstones
  • Lauren Colanto for Arts Partner
  • Scott Severance/Rochester Opera House for “12 Angry Jurors”
  • Farmers Market
  • Rochester Radar
  • Home School Theatre Guild for “The Jungle Book”
  • Rochester Chamber for the Annual Christmas Parade
  • Frisbie Memorial Hospital for the new Art Gallery

People’s Choice nominations can be emailed to the commission via www.rochesternharts.org

“It’s a great honor for the City of Rochester’s Arts & Culture Commission to recognize the artists and cultural organizations that are bringing spectacular performances, artwork and services to the community. The annual Arts Awards is a great celebration of the wonderful honorees,” Arts and Culture Commission Chair Matt Wyatt said.

Wyatt added, “We are also thrilled that Jay Dick, Senior Director of State & Local Government Affairs, from Americans for the Arts will be presenting the results of the cultural survey to the City, along with volunteers, conducted over the course of 2016, gathering over 800 responses from people who came to arts events in the City.”

 

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Rochester Farmer’s Market Returns Next Month With Local Food and Entertainment https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/05/26/rochester-farmers-market-returns-next-month-with-local-food-and-entertainment/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2017/05/26/rochester-farmers-market-returns-next-month-with-local-food-and-entertainment/#respond Fri, 26 May 2017 17:10:05 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=243 The Rochester Farmer’s Market will return next month for its second summer season.

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ROCHESTER — City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick and the Rochester Farmer’s Market Committee are pleased to announce that the Rochester Farmer’s Market will return next month for its second summer season.

The market will take over the Rochester Common from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. every Tuesday, beginning June 13 and continuing through Sept. 26. It will feature fresh fruit, produce, meats, cheeses, fresh bread and flowers from a variety of vendors, as well as free entertainment and demonstrations.

“The Farmer’s Market is truly a community hub that enables friends, neighbors, adults and kids a chance to come together to enjoy time with one another while supporting local farmers and businesses,” Fitzpatrick said. “Last year was a great success, and I expect this year’s market to be even better.”

The Rochester Farmer’s Market serves as an opportunity for residents to shop for locally sourced foods and learn new and innovative ways to prepare them while developing a stronger sense of community.

“We wanted to make sure we not only succeeded in providing local, nutritious foods from local farmers, but also create a community gathering space where everyone could come together to enjoy some local entertainment and catch up,” Economic Development Specialist and market co-founder Jenn Marsh said. “We did just that in our first season, so we are eager to see the market return this summer.”

To help make the market accessible to everyone, the Farmer’s Market has partnered with Seacoast Eat Local and earned a grant from HEAL NH that will allow vendors to accept the SNAP/EBT card and offer a dollar for dollar match for the first $10 card users spend.

“We are extremely grateful to Rochester Main Street, the city and our sponsors for their enthusiastic support of the market since the beginning of this effort,” Marsh said. “This would not have been possible without them.”

For more information on the Farmer’s Market, click here.

About Rochester Main Street:

Rochester Main Street is a nonprofit volunteer organization devoted to the preservation, growth and vitality of downtown Rochester. It engages local businesses, organizations, property owners, residents and governmental agencies to work together to make downtown a safe, vibrant and exciting place to work, shop, live and play.

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