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To learn about the world-class Pakistani artists who will be on tour throughout the region October 16-22, click here.
Let us know if you're interested in presenting these performers at your school or community site, or if you're able to provide hospitality or would like to volunteer.
Presenters include Kim and Reggie Harris, with a multi-media presentation that explores the rich lore of Underground Railroad stories and songs and their subsequent reuse in more modern contexts. Village Book Store Presents Whole Cloth: We invite you to experience Whole Cloth, NH, an exhibit and workshops that illuminate the immigrant experience through explorations of cloth, community and identity.
Don't miss the NH Center for Nonprofit's annual Nonprofit Leadership Summit September 23 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord -- check out the program at
Littleton Art Show September 24: Now in its 42nd year, the Littleton Art Show showcases the work of painters, photographers and three-dimensional artists in an outdoor show in booths along Main Street.
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If your organization is presenting a cultural event, email details to us as early as possible at [email protected] we'll include it in our online calendar and our email bulletins. Please take the time to review your listing, both in the bulletin and the online calendar, and forward corrections to [email protected] Please be sure to check before attending programs and let us know if listings need to be updated..
The exhibit and related presentations depict the journeys of resettled Burundian refugee women, describing their flight from the 1994 Burundian/Rwandan genocide, through their years in refugee camps in Tanzania, to their lives in Manchester, NH.