Randy & Brad played their first show together when they were 11 years old and in the 5th grade Talent Show. They played “5 Foot Two” and “Bye Bye Blackbird” with Randy on Sax and Brad on Snare Drum. They won the Talent Show and have been playing in bands together ever since. From the first “horn band” in NH in 1967 called “Train,” then on to the nationally recognized recording act “Oak,” to today’s current “The Voice,” together since 1989.
Now Randy & Brad have chosen to also perform as a Duo playing a wide variety of songs from artists as varied as Elton John, Supertramp, Doobie Brothers, Billy Joel, and Jethro Tull to dance hits by Michael Jackson, Wild Cherry, Earth, Wind and Fire, and the O’Jays to current hits by Bruno Mars and Walking the Moon to real oldies from the 60’s by The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Rasberries, Badfinger, The Foundations, Moody Blues and going even further back to Glenn Miller and Louis Armstrong. Rock, Oldies, Disco, Soul, Contemporary and Country. Randy & Brad can do it all.
Tickets: $15 all seats
Take a walk down the Country Road of Music with a great collaboration of local musicians as they present a history of this popular music genre. Always a highlight of our performance series schedule, the lineup brings many of our musical friends back to the venue and presents many new participants as well.
Join us for an afternoon of great entertainment and support our local arts center; keeping the live arts alive in the North Country!
Tickets: $15 all seats
This weekend is designed for active women seeking to learn new outdoor skills and enjoy some great hiking among good company in Crawford Notch. Participants will learn essential skills, such as hiking safety, use of map & compass, Leave No Trace©, camp cooking, and basic first aid skills. Hikes will be moderately challenging.
Highlighted by tremendous views and full array of mountain habitats, this adventure takes us across iconic Franconia Ridge, where we’ll find rare alpine plants and stunning views.
Join AMC for an opportunity to focus on the scenery of Zealand Valley. Our journey to Zealand Falls Hut takes us to the Pemigewasset Wilderness, through hardwood forests and beaver ponds and over ridges offering spectacular views. After an introductory meeting and comfortable night’s lodging at AMC’s Highland Center, we gear up for our backcountry adventure. Backcountry lodging and hearty meals are provided at AMC’s Zealand Falls Hut.
This weekend is designed for active, fit women interested in summiting some 4000+ foot peaks in Crawford Notch in a group of women only, led by female guides. Participants may be after the 48 peaks or just interested in some moderately challenging hiking in the White Mountains with a group.
Spend time on the trails and time on your mat; trail running and practicing yoga with other like-minded ladies. The weekend will be led by Debbie Livingston who has 18 years of trail running experience and has over 200 trail races under her belt. She has been teaching yoga since 1999 and is certified through Kripalu Yoga Center. You’ll leave the weekend with a sense of empowerment and calmness from challenging yourself, encouraging others and taking the time to breath.
Join AMC on this hut-to-hut adventure across the southern Presidential Range of the White Mountains. Backcountry lodging and hearty meals are provided at AMC’s Lakes of the Clouds and Mizpah Spring Huts. We hike from the Ammonoosuc Ravine Trailhead to Lakes of the Clouds Hut along the steep and challenging Ammonoosuc Ravine. The next day, we traverse the southern Presidential Range to Mizpah Spring Hut.
Highlighted by tremendous views and full array of mountain habitats, this adventure takes us across iconic Franconia Ridge, where we’ll find rare alpine plants and stunning views. We begin at AMC’s Highland Center for an initial meeting and a comfortable night’s lodging before we set out on the trail. Transported by van to the trailhead, we begin our trek to Greenleaf Hut via the Falling Waters Trail. We’ll hike along a beautiful mountain stream up steep terrain, coming out on the summit of Little Haystack. From here, we’ll make our way across the exposed alpine ridge, over the summits of Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Lafayette, and finally to Greenleaf Hut, on the shoulder of Mt. Lafayette. Our final day is a downhill trek along the Old Bridle Path, with great views of the ridge we came across, back to the trailhead to be met by the van and transported back to the Highland Center.
This program offers a perfect introduction to hut hiking in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. After orientation activities and a night’s sleep at Highland Lodge in Crawford Notch, we’ll begin our adventure with a moderate hike in Crawford Notch. During the afternoon we’ll learn and hone our map reading and compass skills, and practice on our orienteering course. On day three we’ll make our way to Lonesome Lake Hut, one of the most accessible huts for families and kids. Depending on arrival times at the hut we’ll explore the area, including Lonesome Lake right at the hut, or possible hikes out Kinsman Pond or nearby summits.