Picture by Sandy Steen BartholomewSpring Into Warner, Jump Into the Arts is an event that highlights Warner's unique place in the world. Our beautiful Main Street opens up and we host truly unique and amazing artists and artisans, musicians, and farmers. Warner is lucky to have a thriving agricultural and local food industry, so many talented artists, musicians, and spot on artisans! It is a great day. Join us for a quintessential small town Main Street event.
This year’s 11th annual Spring into Warner will be held on Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 9 am to 3 pm. Participants and activities include:
Painters, illustrators and photographers, Spinners, weavers, and knitters selling and/or demonstrating their work at locations along Main Street.
Music and dance performances by Kearsarge Conservatory of Performing Arts at Warner Town Hall, “wandering minstrel” individuals, bands, and groups. Dobro Brothers will be playing in the evening at the Jim Mitchell Park Amphitheatre.
Hands-on Art-related activities for adults and children hosted by local businesses, museums, the library, and civic groups such as the PTO, Warner Food Pantry, and school sports groups.
The first Warner Area Farmer’s Market of the season, plant sellers, foods (we hope to add some “Art and Eat” activities at the restaurants this year).
An Edible Books contest (voting by visitors) at the Pillsbury Free Library, Misty the Therapy Pony from BITS hosted by NH Telephone Museum and sponsored by Gear Up homeschool group
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum, NH Telephone Museum, and the Warner Historical Society’s art exhibit (Paintings by Charlie Brown of Warner) and barn sale, will be open. The Nature Discovery Museum of Warner will have a booth on the lawn at Schoodacs Coffee Shop.
At MainStreet Bookends there will be a used book sale and art for sale, and a talk about the History of Lilacs in NH at 1 pm.
As an added bonus, Rollins State Park on Mount Kearsarge will also be open, as will be two sections of Rail Trail and the Nature Trail at the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum.