Spring Tea and Luncheon on Saturday: Limited Tickets available!

4th Annual Spring Tea and Luncheon

May 20, 2017 @ 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM at Union Episcopal Church

Limited tickets still available, come join us to benefit WCCMA’s community and youth programming. Join us for a family friendly event including a delicious luncheon, tea, activities, music, games, prizes, and more! Don’t forget to bring your spring hat for the hat parade.

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Also coming up: InterArts Summer Camp

July 11, 2017 @ 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Union Episcopal Church

Registration deadline extended, register now to the the early bird discount! A Multidisciplinary program for artists of all types, and a new take on our Summer Camp program from last year. Come together to create art and music! Whether you want to be a soloist or help behind the scenes, there’s a way for you to be a part of the show. For middle through high school students. Outstanding essays are eligable for a discount towards your registration fee, which will be refunded towards your registration if you paid in advance. If you would like to be considered for a fee waiver or other payment options please use the “Free” registration option.

For Information and PDF Application: www.wcc-ma.org/InterArts

WCCMA’s InterArts Summer Camp is an opportunity for students with an interest in the arts to come together to explore, learn, and create for 3 weeks over the summer. Participants will collaborate to form a multi-disciplinary performance for the public which will be shaped and guided by their talents. Tuesday and Thursday for 3 weeks in July participants will work together to create a vaudeville show that will be performed at the end of the third week.

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This Sunday: Newmont Military Band Performance @ WCCMA

Join us this Sunday for this fun annual benefit concert for WCCMA’s youth programs.

_MG_7681Newmont Military Band Performance
Sunday, October 2, 2016 at 2:00pm
Union Church, 133 Old Church Rd, Claremont, NH

The Newmont Military Band, brought together by Larry Jones, of Windsor, Vermont, performs programs representative of the music played on the town green in the late 19th century. There are songs of “the war,” songs of love, marches (including Sousa’s!), dances, and songs from the old plantations. This concert is a benefit for the West Claremont Center for Music and the Arts’ Youth Programs. No admission, but donations encouraged.

Other upcoming events:

Chicago Funk and Blues band: Bassel and the Supernaturals on October 10th at 7pm

Coming up at WCCMA: German Classical, Sewing, and Harps

Summer is winding down, but there’s a few more weeks of fun before we head towards fall. Join us for the last summer concert of season 9 this weekend, and more hands on activities!

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The Passion and Turmoil of German Classical
Saturday, August 20th, 7pm

An exploration of rich German compositions for flute, voice, and chamber ensembles of the Classical and Romantic eras performed by Kirsten Becker, piano; Angela Biggs, soprano; Melissa Richmond, flute; and other special guests. Admission by donation. For more info click here.

 

 

Sunday:

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Sunday, August 21st, 1pm

Do you need a hand learning the basics of your machine and how to get started sewing? Bring your machine (or rent one of ours) for a tutorial on getting set up, tips for getting started, and an easy project. Suggested donation of $10 includes project materials. Registration required, contact melissa@wcc-ma.org. Click here for more info.

Coming up:

IMG_4446Hand on Harps
Wednesday, August 24th, 6:30pm

Have you always wanted to play the harp, but don’t know where to start? Good news: Claremont’s popular Hands on Harps workshop is back! Join us to learn how to navigate a harp, some harp-y techniques, and play a simple tune.

No music experience necessary. Harps are provided; fee is by donation (suggested $10); class size is limited, and this workshop fills fast. Register by August 22nd: contact Angela at 603-558-8174 or angela.biggs@gmail.com. For more information click here.