Claremont MakerSpace Meeting, Monday March 2nd

Meet-up Flyer 11x17_rev2Join WCCMA at the First Claremont MakerSpace Meeting in Claremont, NH

Join TwinState MakerSpaces for a presentation and discussion about the Claremont MakerSpace! The Claremont MakerSpace will be a community workshop and business incubator that provides members with high-tech and specialty tools for a range of artisanal and industrial fields, as well as training, creative classes, and work/studio space.

This meeting will be on Monday, March 2nd, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm, at the Claremont Savings Bank Community Center – 152 South Street, Claremont, NH. A slide presentation will begin at 7, followed by a Q&A.

This is the first Claremont MakerSpace meeting, and we’ll be covering everything from “What is a MakerSpace?” to specifics about bringing the Claremont MakerSpace to life and plans for upcoming meet-ups. We’ll also be showing off some projects that local makers have created, to demonstrate the types of tools and classes that we plan to offer at the Claremont MakerSpace. Come and meet other Makers in the Upper Valley and find out how the Claremont MakerSpace is progressing. This event is open to the public and is for all ages.

For more information about the Claremont MakerSpace, please visit our website: www.claremontmakerspace.org

Contact: info@twinstatemakerspaces.org

4th Annual Artisan Fair coming Nov 8th and 9th!

2014 NHOpenDoors Poster Letter sm copyThe West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts is pleased to announce a selection of the artists and artisans that will have items available at the 4th Annual Local Artisans Fair on November 8th, 10-2pm; and November 9th 11-2pm in the Union Church Hall, 133 Old Church Rd, Claremont, NH. This event is a part of NH Open Doors (nhopendoors.com) a statewide touring and shopping event. A variety of items, from small to large, will be available to purchase. Fiber arts, pottery, woodworking, sculpted ornaments, watercolor, soaps, and much more. Food will also be available, including Korean BBQ, Norwegian Meatballs, Soup and Bread bowls, and exquisite desserts. Sunday there will be a triangle weaving workshop (to sign up: melissa@wcc-ma.org), and both days at 12pm harper Angela Biggs will perform. Following Saturday’s activities a local student recital will be held at 2pm, featuring local harp, voice, piano, and flute students. Only a few spaces are still available for last minute vendor sign ups. Event info HERE. Here are some of the participants this year:

Galloping Jester LLC:Handspun yarn, fiber goods, and soaps
United Parish Artisans: Hand built pottery, handspun and fiber goods
Robert Dakin Woodworking: Cutting boards, spoons, and more
Honestly Simple Soaps: Soap, lotions, and body products
Country Rag Rugs: Rag rugs and baskets
Max & Ozzie’s: Homemade bags, toys, scarves
Richmonds’ Arts: Woodworking, knit goods, sewn accessories, copper enamel
Korean BBQ: Serving prepared foods: authentic Korean BBQ, burgers, Norwegian Meatballs, and more
Geoffrey Shepherd: Watercolor prints
Atelier Sisk: Professionally Sculpted Ornaments
Becca’s Tasty Treats: Pastries, bread, cheesecake, breadbowls, and more
Cortney Nichols: Eco friendly home goods and gifts

Register Now! Sculpting Workshop (6-weeks of classes)

WCCMA is proud to be offering our first fine/visual arts program for 2014!

6 – Week Sculpting Workshop
Begins Fridays, February 21 – March 28
7:00pm – 9:00pm
presented by West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts
at Union Church Hall, 133 Old Church Rd, Claremont NH

Join us for 6 weeks of sculpting with Ernest Montenegro (creator of the Claremont 250th Sculpture). No experience necessary. Space is limited. For ages 10 and up, families and adults are welcome. Suggested donation:

Individuals – $25 supplies + $90 class fee
Families (2 or more from the same household) – $25 Supplies + $60 class fee

Save $5 if you pay on or before the first class, payment plans and tuition assistance are available. This program is made possible in part by a grant from the NH State Council on the Arts. Registration required: contact melissa@wcc-ma.org. For more info about WCCMA: www-wcc-ma.org