In the Chester F. Sidell Gallery: Hyperrealism of the Carribean
Francisco Collado (San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic), Karina Rodriguez (La Romana, Dominican Republic), Windel González (Venezuela), Magda Torres Gurza (Mexico), Esteban Lachapelle Zapata (San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic)
In the Elizabeth A. Beland Gallery: Stilling Life
Gallery hours: Monday-Friday, 10 AM-6 PM
Art 3 Gallery’s autumn/winter exhibit of 2019 titled “Time for a Change” will open on November 1.
November brings about a literal time change when we “fall back” and end daylight savings. It’s also a good time to take a step back and re-evaluate. We asked our artists to change as well, to try a new venue, medium, or even style. Joni Taube, owner of Art 3 Gallery says, “Once again the artists have surprised and amazed us with their ingenuity and inventiveness.”
Art 3 presents the work of over 70 artists in this group show. We are pleased to welcome several new artists to the gallery. “Time for a Change” is on display from November 1-January 31, 2020, during regular gallery hours (Monday-Friday, 9 AM-4 PM), weekends and evenings by appointment.
Pick-up games every Monday evening, starting at 6:30 PM (subject to change during basketball season) throughout the school year 2019-2020 (typically ending in mid-June). Program is subject to school needs and cancellations for closures, holidays, or inclement weather. Supervisor on site will be needed; please contact Pelham Parks and Recreation if you are available to volunteer.
Cost: Resident, $40; non-resident, $45.
The 26th annual Methuen Festival of Trees will run from November 22- December 7. November 22 will be the First Look Friday… a vendor fair designed to help you jump start your holiday shopping! This year’s festival will once again feature 240 spectacular, shiny, sensational trees, mini-trees, and wreaths that you can win. Don’t miss this year’s sparkling event!
Festival Times: Weekdays, 5 PM-9 PM; Weekends, 9 AM-9 PM; November 22 & 27, 12 PM-9 PM; Closed on Thanksgiving; November 29, 10 AM-9 PM
The Southern New Hampshire Festival of Trees is a community event for the whole family to enjoy during the holiday season! With the help of local organizations, businesses, community groups, and individual contributors, The 11 annual festival of trees will be an event not to be missed.
Festival Times: November 29, 5 PM-9 PM; November 30, 10 AM-9 PM; December 1, 12 PM-5 PM; December 2-6, 5 PM-9 PM; December 7, 10 AM-5 PM
Cost: 12+, $5; under 12, FREE