Monday

Anime Film at Newmarket Public Library Saturday Afternoon 12/5


The Newmarket Public Library is showing an anime film on Saturday December 5th at 1:30 p.m.  Seating begins at 1 p.m. The public is welcome to attend this free event.  As a service project, the Girl Scout Interest Group is running a program showing selected anime films.   Each month the Girl Scout girls will be selecting something suitable for most audiences to view.

Anime is Japanese for animation.  In other countries, animation is for all ages and is an art form.  For information on the film being shown, click on the Newmarket Public Library.  This movie program is made possible by the generous donation of the Newmarket Business Association to the Newmarket Public Library.  The money was used to purchase audio visual equipment for the movie programs.

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Saturday

Free Winter Concert by Musique du Bois at Library Friday Evening 12/4


Musique du Bois will perform a one hour free winter concert at the Newmarket Public Library on Friday, December 4th at 7 p.m. The musical group is a woodwind quintet comprised of five instrumentalists playing the flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and horn in F. They will playing seasonal pieces Friday night for attendees in celebration of the holidays.

Musique du Bois has been consistently performing for 20 years playing music sections from the 17th to 21st centuries, including such composers as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Handel, Mendelsohn, Holst, and Morton Gould. 


They have played in Seacoast venues such as the Strawbery Banke Winter Stroll, the Exeter Inn, 1876 House (private functions), and the Balsams Hotel Summer Chamber Music Series. They also perform for weddings, parties, and corporate functions from northern Maine to Massachusetts.

Newmarket Public Library is located at 1 Elm Street, on the corner of Elm and Main Streets (Route 108). For questions about this program or directions to the library, please call 659-5311.

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Tuesday

Newmarket Company Won NH High Technology Product for 2009


Holase Incorporated is a Newmarket business whose product, Ultra Portable Traffic Management System™ (UPTMS™), was voted the New Hampshire High Technology Council 2009 Product of the Year. 

Evan Bontemps is president and CEO, and a long time resident of Newmarket.  His  company develops, markets and sells secure wireless technologies giving homeland security markets the ability to manage and secure their environments during emergencies or normal operations. 

Holase’s customers include public safety, first responder, military, and construction markets.  

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Friday

Stockings, Turkeys & Gourds at Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Market

The first of the Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Markets is tomorrow from 9 to 1 at the Stone Church offering market goers an array of holiday eats and crafts.
Funky holiday stockings - Ho Ho Heels
, fabric wine bags and decorative stemware coils will be at the Newmarket Farmers' Market tomorrow and at the December 19th market. Pam Chaffee has been sewing and crafting since childhood and is putting her talents to work for this holiday season.
Watch for her Ho Ho Heels in the December issue of NH Magazine.
Three pastured turkeys will be available tomorrow from Peter Allen's Newfield's Own farm in Newfields. These fowl are unique to the the Seacoast area offering pastured poultry, truly grass fed. His pastured fowl are raised outside in small groups that are protected by large bottomless pens which are moved daily onto new ground. The shelters protect chickens and turkeys from predators, while allowing exercise, small groupings, fresh air and green forage.
Unique birdhouses and ornaments created from the gourds Ted and KelLee Larson grow at their Wadleigh Falls Road property in Newmarket will be displayed for market goers perusal. Always evolving, Ted's techniques have ranged from undertone stains to splatter painting.

The Newmarket Farmers' Market will be held every third Saturday of the month through March at the Stone Church where fresh and organic food choices are offered. For more information, contact Jill Leavenworth, market coordinator.

Wednesday

Archambault Family Tree Farm at Newmarket Farmers' Market 11/21

Archambault Choose and Cut Tree Farm will be bringing a live, decorated tree, along with garlands, swags and wreaths to the first Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Market this Saturday November 21st from 9 to 1 p.m. at the Stone Church. The Archambault Family has been growing choose and cut Christmas Trees for 20 years in Newmarket on Grant Road.

This tree farm has four varieties ready for cutting this year: Fraser, Balsam and Canaan Firs and White Spruce. All of their trees are sheared, shaped, and cared for yearly. The trees grow 6 to 12 years before they are ready for the holiday season. This year they have a bumper crop of trees including a large number 8 feet and higher. Real New Hampshire Christmas trees are a recyclable agriculture crop.

The Archambault Family plants up to two thousand saplings each year. Starting the first weekend in November - John, Linda, Zack, Silas, Jessiey, Katie, and Trevor - opens the tree farm fields for the holiday season. They have three fields open for visitors to stroll where leashed dogs are also welcome.

"Our two dogs, Marley, a Pembroke Corgi, and Jasper, a Black Lab, love all the attention," says Linda Archambault.

"Come have some warm cider, hot chocolate and homemade doughnuts in our Christmas Barn. You can use our handy carts to wheel your tree back to the barn where we will shake and net your tree to make it easier for you to carry home and set up. We will even select, deliver and set up the perfect tree for you."


The tree farm also carries double-sided balsam wreaths, swags, and balsam, cedar, and pine mix garland by the yard.


They are open weekends in November and December from 9:30 to 4.

Contact the Archambault Choose and Cut Tree Farm by email or call 659-2273 for more information.

The Newmarket Farmers' Market will be held every third Saturday of the month through March at the Stone Church where fresh and organic food choices are offered. For more information, contact Jill Leavenworth, market coordinator.

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Sunday

Local Foods Saturday 11/21 Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Market

The first of the Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Markets opens this Saturday November 21st at the Stone Church from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. offering market goers fresh, local and organic food choices for their holiday and winter meals.

The
winter selection includes Asian greens, arugula, potatoes, gourmet mushrooms, onions, turnip greens, spinach, goat cheese, garlic, grass fed-antibiotic free beef, fresh locally caught fish, locally harvested oysters, winter squash and wine produced from area varietals and fruit.
The vendors from the 2009 season Newmarket Farmers' Market are ready for the Holiday Farmers' Markets the first being November 21st and the second being December 19th. The market food vendors include Eastman's Local Catch, Healthy Home Harvest, Hickory Nut Farm, Hollister Family Farm, Little Bay Oyster Company, Little Brook Farm, Tuckaway Farm, and Sweet Baby Wine. Click here for vendor contact information.

T
able centerpieces of real pumpkins and squash plus the traditional centers pieces for the holidays will also be offered to compliment holiday meals. These creations are produced by Maria Millet.

The George Brown Band and the Bob Band will be providing market goers with music inside the Stone Church to shop by. These bands also graced the outdoor Newmarket Farmers' Markets this year with their tunes.
The Newmarket Farmers' Market will be held every third Saturday of the month through March at the Stone Church where fresh and organic food choices are offered. For more information, contact Jill Leavenworth, market coordinator.

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Wednesday

Bakers Table at Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Market November 21st

The Baker's Table will be presenting market goers with a delectable array of baked goods at the upcoming Holiday Newmarket Farmers' Market on Saturday November 21st from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Stone Church.

Theresa Simon is the baker of Baker's Table. She lives on the Great Bay in Greenland. For thirty years she's been baking, specializing in old fashioned baking. Theresa bakes using just a wooden spoon and an old fashioned McCoy ceramic Bowl and 100% all natural ingredients. These ingredients include sweet cream butter, farm fresh local eggs, hand made preserves, and freshly cracked pecans and walnuts.
These fresh baked items freeze wonderfully, wrapped in wax paper or placed in Tupperware for up to 1 month, says Theresa. Once thawed they taste just baked. Banana Bread, Blueberry Cake, Sour Cream Coffee Cake, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Old Fashioned Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, Thumb Print Cookies and Vegan baked goods are some of her creations.

"I enjoy baking. I feel peaceful and content. Most important, is watching everyone enjoy the muffins, cookies, cakes and breads I've created." For more information, contact Theresa.



November 21st
is the first and Decem
ber 19th is the second Holiday Farmers' Market at the Stone Church.



The
Newmarket Farmers' Market will be held every third Saturday of the month through March at the Stone Church where fresh and
organic food choices are offered. For more information, contact Jill Leavenworth, market coordinator.

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