Ken Sheldon reads from Deep Water
Thursday, October 6, 7pm
Author Ken Sheldon will read from his latest book, Deep Water: Murder, Scandal and Intrigue in a New England Town, on Thursday, October 6, at 7pm at the DubHub. Ken will also available to answer questions. Admission is free. Books will be available for purchase and autographing by the author.
In the waning days of World War I, William K. Dean was brutally murdered, his body hog-tied and dumped in a rainwater cistern on his farm in the quiet town of Jaffrey, New Hampshire. Was the murderer his wife, suffering from dementia? Was it his best friend, a politically powerful judge? Or was it a former tenant, suspected by many of being a German spy? Kenneth M. Sheldon will read from Deep Water – Murder, Scandal and Intrigue in a New England Town, the first in-depth examination into the murder and its aftermath in the town of Jaffrey.
Maureen Ahern & Paul Cooper – September Featured Artists
Opening Reception Friday, September 2, 5-7pm
Paintings by Maureen Ahern and sculptures by Paul Cooper will be featured at the Dublin Community Center during the month of September. The Opening Reception will be on Friday, September 2, from 5 to 7pm.
Maureen Ahern, got her BFA from UMass Amherst and her MA in painting from SUNY Albany. Her artwork focuses on the natural world, using reflective materials, acrylics and interference paint. As the viewer moves in front of the work, the image changes its appearance. The effect of the interference paint is shown on her webpage: ahernartist.com. Today, living in Dublin NH she continues creating art and experimenting with various media in her unique pieces.
Paul Cooper is a sculptor living in Dublin since 2014. His work is primarily in wood and metal. He has a BA from Benington College and an MA from Goddard College He has taught at UMass Boston Continuing Ed., Goddard College, University of Iowa and Keene State College. Residence fellowships include MacDowell Art Colony Peterborough NH, Yaddo Saratoga Springs NY and The Millay Colony Austerlitz NY.
Community Lunch (Eat In or Take Out)
Every Third Thursday, Noon to 1pm
Each month we offer a free community lunch at the Dublin Community Center. Delicious meals are prepared by DubHub board members and volunteers. Menu varies each month. Meals may be enjoyed on the premises, or taken “to go” between noon and 1pm (or until meals run out). Music by local musicians is sometimes provided. Each October we offer an Oktoberfest meal of barbecued bratwurst and sauerkraut. Every August we offer our annual Chicken BBQ on the last Saturday of the month (for a fee).
Healing Salve Class with Katherine Gekas: September 13, 7pm
Healing Salve Class, Tuesday September 13
On Tuesday, September 13, Katherine Gekas will offer another herbal remedy class. This time we’ll be making a healing salve made with locally grown plants. Each participant will go home with a handout that includes a recipe and resources for making the salve at home, and also a little jar of the salve we make together in class. The class starts at 7pm in the South Room of the Dublin Community Center at 1123 Main Street in Dublin. Class is limited to 12, socially-distanced and face mask optional. The fee will be sliding scale, pay as you’d like to: $5-$40. Katherine Gekas has been teaching community-level classes on how to stay healthy with herbs for over 10 years. To sign up or for more information email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small Treasures Art Show and Sale
The Small Treasures Art Show and Sale, a significant fundraiser for the Dublin Community Center, is typically held the first weekend in December. For the past two years the sale has been hosted online, while allowing for in-person previews by appointment. Check back in November to see what our sale will look like in 2022.
Small Treasures showcases local artists who exhibit two and three-dimensional pieces no larger than 5 x 7 inches for purchase. Each artist contributes the proceeds of the sale of one piece and the Community Center takes a 20 percent commission on the sale of all other pieces. An average of 40 area artists participate each year.
DubHub Open Stage – final months of 2022
Friday, September 23 (with Bob Pope & Lisa Greenleaf featured set)
Friday, October 28 (with Suzanne McGettigan & Larry Gilbert featured set)
Friday, November 18 (with Liza Constable featured set)
Starts at 7pm each evening
The DubHub Open Stage will meet on the above mentioned Fridays with the show starting at 7pm. All styles of music and spoken performance are welcome. Performers are encouraged to reserve a slot by emailing email@example.com. Performance order is randomized at 6:55pm. These are the final three open stages at the Dublin Community Center to be hosted by Volkert Volkersz and/or Bruce Simpson.
Song Circle – final sessions for 2022
Sunday, September 11
Sunday, October 2
Sunday, November 6
Each session meets from 3pm to 5pm.
This informal group meets in the North Room at the DubHub. Musicians, listeners and singers are welcome to attend this informal session of folk, pop, blues and original music. The acoustics in this room are great. There will be no PA, but power is available, if needed. Let us know. Bring your own beverages and snacks. Bring lyric and chord sheets for others if you want. Face masks are optional, For more info email Bruce Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org. These are the final sessions of this group under the leadership of Bruce Simpson. At this point we don’t know if the group will continue under new leadership.
Weekly at the DubHub on Wednesdays, from noon to 1:00
Qigong, offered by Ginnette Groome, certified massage therapist, has moved indoors for the colder months. When indoors face masks are required and social distancing is maintained. On warm days Qigong meets in the Garden Sanctuary behind Dublin Community Church (next door to the DubHub). Qigong (pronounced chee-gong) is a very gentle but powerful Eastern form of exercise, thousands of years old. It allows you to slow down and listen to your body. For more information email email@example.com..