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Jun 19, 2020

Obituary: Eric Hartwell | SummitDaily.com - Summit Daily News

Eric J. Hartwell, 30, of Silverthorne, CO and formerly of Surry and Spofford, NH, died at his home in Colorado on June 10, 2020. He was born in Brattleboro, VT, on February 27, 1990, to Jamie and Jackie Hartwell. He graduated from Keene High School and attended River Valley Community College and CSU studying Criminal Justice. He was currently employed at Altitude Organic in Dillon, CO where he loved his work and developed great friendships with his co-workers. Eric took a trip to Colorado in 2011, fell in love with the area and packed his car arriving in Breckenridge on December 31, 2011 knowing no one. He loved Colorado and the year-round recreation it offered including snowboarding, ice fishing, hiking, biking, dirt biking and fishing. He drove back and forth to NH many times with friends joining him for the long road trip but always returning to Colorado where he felt most at peace.Support Local JournalismDonate Eric had many good friends and he considered the Cormier family his second family, Ron and Ryan his brothers. As so eloquently written by Ryan “When growing up, everyone gets to decide who their friends are going to be. You get to see who you are going to share yo...

Mar 29, 2019

Spring blooms at Attleboro museum's flower show | Local News - The Sun Chronicle

ATTLEBORO — After the dreary winter, and the calendar page turned toward spring, the 23rd annual Flower Show at the Attleboro Arts Museum was the place to be over the weekend.Saturday alone brought a record-breaking 700 patrons to the show, with $25,000 expected to be raised from the event.Early Sunday afternoon also brought over two dozen people waiting in line at the museum doors before they opened at noon.The theme of 2019, “Enchanted Forest,” featured eight landscape booths and 200 gallery pieces of all types of media, from photography to watercolor to sculpture.New aspects of the show were petting zoos and educational programs from Enchanted Animals of Groton, Animal Adventures of Bolton, and Rain Forest Reptiles of Beverly, which were sponsored by the Attleboro Rotary.Another new feature, set up in the museum’s basement, featured six displays by “sugar artists” — sculptures of nature and animals that were also edible.One sugar sculpture titled “Lost Crown of the Fairy Queen,” by Evelyn Herman of North Easton, featured a tree stump adorned with butterflies, flowers and small toadstools — all created from gumpaste, modeling chocolate, fondant, edible petal dust and gold, with cast sugar butt...

Mar 30, 2017

Attleboro Arts Museum's Flower Show closes in record fashion

ATTLEBORO -The final day of the annual Attleboro Arts Museum Flower Show drew not just a record-breaking crowd on Sunday afternoon, but an unprecedented number of original artworks sold throughout the weekend's floral exhibition.The show's theme, "Jewels of the Garden," featured eight artisan booths, each with a birthstone motif, as well as 163 original artworks on the gallery walls, which in itself was a record-setting display, according to museum executive director Mim Fawcett."I think it's been a tough year and a tough winter," Fawcett said. "The weather and the world is complicated, and seeing beautiful things that are not complicated really helps everyone's spirit."Many patrons had cameras to capture the beauty of the floral and landscape exhibits, such as the multi-hued purple spray of flowers from Nolan's Flowers and Gifts, or the elephant constructed of moss and complemented with daffodils and forsythia by Flowers By The Station - a popular attraction for selfies."It's amazing... (The Sun Chronicle)

Nov 18, 2016

Local Ways to Celebrate the Holidays

Express” 4D Experience; Enchanted Ice; a Holiday Laser Light Show; and pictures with Santa. FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS — La Salette Shrine, 947 Park St., Attleboro, Nov. 24-Jan. 1. Featuring 300,000 lights illuminating more than 10 acres; international crèche museum with hundreds of crèches from around the world, 5-9 p.m. weekdays and 2-9 p.m. weekends; the Outdoor Crèche of Bethlehem with Clopper the Christmas Donkey. For schedule and information, visit http://lasaletteattleboroshrine.org/christmas-festival FESTIVAL OF TREES AND SNOW VILLAGE — Mass. Horticultural Society at Elm Bank, 900 Washington St., Wellesley, Nov. 25-Dec. 11. Featuring trains winding through holiday villages, Santa visits, horse-drawn wagon rides, music weekends, and much more. Free parking. Admission: $10 per person, children 11 and under free, Mass Hort members: $8. Horse-drawn wagon rides $5 per person in addition to admission. Information: http://www.masshort.org/Festival-of-Trees BOSTON BALLET’S “THE NUTCRACKER” — Boston Opera House, 539 Washington St., Boston, Nov. 25-Dec. 31. The holiday classic returns under the direction of Mikko Nissinen. For information and tickets, visit https://www.bostonballet.org/Home/Tickets-Performances/Performances/The-Nutcracker.aspx GARDENS AGLOW — Heritage Museums & Gardens’ annual family holiday event, Gardens Aglow, opens on Nov. 25, and runs each Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening through Dec. 18, from 4:30-8:30 p.m. More than 10 miles of holiday lights will adorn Heritage’s 100 acres of gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, visitors can enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow roasting, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus, displays of model trains — and even a visit by some baby animals. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for nonmember youths. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available. The museum is at 67 Grove St., Sandwich. Information: http://heritagemuseumsandgardens.org/ ZOOLIGHTS — Stone Zoo, 149 Pond St., Stoneham, Nov. 25-Jan. 1, 5-9 p.m. (closed Dec. 25). ZooLights is set to once again dazzle visitors of all ages when it opens for the holiday season. This winter wonderland attracts thousands of visitors each year who get into the holiday spirit by strolling along tree-lined paths lit by thousands of twinkling lights. Upon entering Stone Zoo, guests will visit Yukon Creek, which not only features dazzling holiday lights, but is also home to bald eagles, Canada lynx and reindeer. Guests of all ages will have the opportunity to meet one of Stone Zoo’s reindeer up close during the nightly photo opportunities. Children will want to make sure they visit with Santa, who awaits their arrival in Santa’s Castle. Jolly Old St. Nick will be available for photos through Dec. 23. On Dec. 6, 13, 20 and 24, guests can also meet Mrs. Claus, who will be greeting visitors and spreading holiday cheer throughout the zoo from 5:30-8 p.m. Information: www.zoonewengland.org. HOLIDAY POPS — Symphony Hall, 301 Mass. Ave., Nov. 30-Dec. 31. Join the Boston Pops in a performance filled with holiday music favorites, the traditional Pops sing-along, and even a visit from jolly old Santa Claus. The seven kids’ matinee performances include post-concert photos with Santa and special treats. Special post-Christmas concerts feature screenings of the unforgettable movie classic, “Back to the Future,” live with orchestral accompaniment, and New... (Wicked Local Somerville)

Sep 14, 2016

A Dream World at the Kent Museum

Brattleboro couple Julia Zanes and Donald Saaf. Visitors who venture to the tiny unincorporated community will first see two giant bird's nests. Positioned on the lawn in front of and behind the buildings, they were built from tree branches and hay by schoolchildren under Zanes and Saaf's guidance. The project makes sense in light of the art inside, which, at the time of Seven Days' visit, Evans and Emlen were still hanging. Birds and other animals, typically out of scale with their surroundings, populate the couple's colorful, figurative paintings. Zanes' work, often inspired by dollhouses, depicts castles and other structures set among towering flowers. Birds figure literally large in Saaf's work, sometimes the size of the humans who share the canvas. click to enlarge amy lilly Puppets by Julia Zanes The artworks invite viewers to guess at the stories they tell, and they seem to speak to children and adults equally. They could be parables, as the exhibition title indicates, but that's not the only interpretation. The artists derived that title from Goethe's Faust, which also serves as the basis for a single marionette performance they'll give near the end of the show. In the translation that Zanes and Saaf use, the relevant excerpt reads, "Everything destructible could only be a parable." While both artists explore storytelling, they do so using distinct styles. Zanes' paintings lean toward dreamlike surrealism; Saaf's are more folk-influenced and oft... (Seven Days)

Feb 3, 2016

Lloyd 'Rockey' Wilson

Lance and Troy (Odette); his very special grandson, Troy Jr.; his sister, Phyllis Kuhn; niece, April Lavoie (Roger) of Brattleboro, Vt., and Holly Myers, a very special sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Peggy and Joey Dlubac of Unionville, Conn., several nieces, nephews and many friends. Rockey was born Nov. 9, 1939. Besides his brother Harvey, he was also predeceased by his mother and father Pearl (Veretto) and Ralph Wilson. Per Rockey’s wishes, he will be cremated. Calling hours will be held at O’Brien Funeral Home, 24 Lincoln Ave., Bristol CT 06010, Feb. 6, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., followed by a short service at the funeral home. A reception afterwards to celebrate his life will be held. Also, per Rockey’s Request, please no suits or ties, casual dress. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to help offset the funeral expenses https://www.gofundme.com/u9kqqnqk To leave a message of condolence, share a memory or a photo, please visit Rockey’s page at www.OBrien-FuneralHome.com. (Bristol Press)