Musical, Cultural, and Performing Arts in northern new hampshire
1993 U.S. Rte. 3 / Trpr Scott Phillips Memorial Hwy- Columbia, New Hampshire (603) 246-8998 * email@example.com
The Great North Woods Center for the Arts offers indoor and outdoor performance spaces for concerts, plays, art shows, arts and crafts activities and a variety of community gatherings, as well as overnight accommodations for visiting artists and performers.
The Center is also the home for two additional North Country arts groups – the Connecticut River Artisan Group (est. 2006), and the Carriage Lane Players (est. 2014). All three arts organizations--the GNWCA, CRAG and CLP--maintain their individual 501 (c) (3) status.
Upcoming Events At The Center:
All shows listed below are subject to current COVID-19 restrictions; all show dates and times are subject to change. Please call ahead to be sure there are no changes. 603-246-8998. All major credit cards accepted.
Live Theater--in collaboration with the Weathervane Theater of Whitefield, N.H., we welcome the Patchwork Players: Monday, July 26--11 a.m.--CINDERELLA FREE ADMISSION Monday, August 23--11 a.m.--BEST OF PATCHWORK FREE ADMISSION
--Live Music-- July 25: Beg, Steal or Borrow Bluegrass Admission: $15 2 p.m. Sponsored by Russ Fitch
Aug. 29: Patrick Ross and The Fiddler's Crew Admission: $20 2 p.m. MOOSE FESTIVAL WEEKEND!! Sponsored by Russ Fitch
Sept. 12: Cantrip Scottish/Celtic Admission: $15 2 p.m. Sponsored by Rachel and Jamie Sayen
Oct. 8: The Harp Twins Harp/Contemporary Rock Classics Admission: $20 7 p.m. Sponsored by Brown Lab.
A CRAG artist takes in the beautiful surroundings while she works inside the outdoor stage. Photo courtesy The Colebrook Chronicle.
Bob Amos and Catamount Crossing of St. Johnsbury, Vermont, perform in the Museum Theater, September 2019. Photo courtesy The Colebrook Chronicle.
The area we live in is a scenic wonderland possessing bountiful natural beauty and resources. It serves as a canvas for artists to share their creativity with others, and to inspire artists performing before a live audience. The GNWCA promotes cultural and social assets and enhances the region’s natural resources.
This historic property is listed on the New Hampshire Register of Historic Places.
The Carriage Lane Players perform in "Vintage Hitchcock--A Live Radio Play" on the outdoor stage. July 2019. Photo courtesy The Colebrook Chronicle.
We welcome your event to our site--all funds raised are direct donations to the Great North Woods Center for the Arts, a registered 501-c(3) non-profit organization. Your contributions are tax deductible.