DTC is proud to sponsor the 6th annual TEDx event, scheduled for Friday, September 7, 2018 at Portsmouth’s historic Music Hall. TEDx focuses on spreading ideas and bringing people together through local, self-organized events. This year’s theme, “That Was Then,” will include fifteen exciting and inspiring speakers as well as several performing acts who will explore big ideas and challenges affecting our community. They will be reflecting on how things were, how things are now, and then begin an exploration of how things will be. Topics will include the environment and planet, community challenges, and ways to revolutionize our businesses and improve our towns.
People who are unable to attend can access a free, online live stream of the event. For more information, click here.
What began as the rediscovery of one woman’s incredible paintings has blossomed into five kindred exhibitions opening in Portsmouth. Perfectly timed, spring 2018 kicks off a year filled with vibrant artwork by talented women in the galleries of the Portsmouth Historical Society at Discover Portsmouth and the John Paul Jones House Museum.
Gertrude Fiske: American Master opens April 6 and runs through September 30 in the historic Academy Gallery at 10 Middle Street. A student of top American Impressionists, including Edmund C. Tarbell in Boston and Charles Woodbury in Ogunquit, Maine, Fiske developed a unique way of seeing the world. Curated by Lainey McCartney, this diverse collection of 66 works, some unseen by the public, reveals a mastery of the painter’s craft being fully recognized again for the first time since her zenith in the first quarter of the twentieth century.
Gertrude Fiske (1879-1961) dedicated her entire life to her art. Critics in her era recognized Fiske as adventurous, technically superb, bold, and marked “with a power and depth that very few artists, male or female, had ever achieved.”
For more information about the Portsmouth Historical Society and to purchase tickets, click here.
Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC, is pleased to announce that Heidi J. Barrett-Kitchen has become a member of the firm. Heidi joined DTC as an Associate in 2016. Her experience and practice involves various aspects of commercial and residential real estate transactions, land development, condominium law, business formations, acquisitions and transactions, estate planning and probate administration. Heidi received her B.S. degree from Northeastern University College of Criminal Justice and her J.D. degree from Northeastern University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. For more information on Heidi click here.
Attorney Chris Boldt will play the blinded old soldier “The Earl of Gloucester” in Seven Stages Shakespeare Company’s production of Shakespeare’s thrilling drama of family and political dysfunction Lear at 7:30 p.m. on November 3rd, 4th, 5th, 10th, 11th & 12th at the Millspace in Newmarket. Seen through the prism of Alzheimer’s Disease, Director Dan Beaulieu brings this production of a pillar of Western Literature into and around the audience at all times. It will be an experience not to be missed. As always, Seven Stages presentations are “Free for All or Pay What You Will”. For more information, please go to www.7stagesshakespeare.org.
DTC sponsored the Exeter Elementary PTO’s “Get Fit in May” 5K race and fun run again this year. Partner Kate Miller ran in the race. For pictures and more info please visit the “Get Fit in May” website.
Attorney Chris Boldt will once again be presenting at the 2016 Annual Spring Planning and Zoning Conference of the NH Office of Energy and Planning, scheduled for Saturday, June 4th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH. Chris has again been asked to speak at a double session on the basic procedures ZBA members should use in making their various decisions on variances, special exceptions, appeals of administrative decisions and waivers of dimensional criteria. For more information and on-line registration, please go to http://www.nh.gov/oep
On May 24th Attorney Beth MacDonald was elected to serve as the Chair of the Exeter Economic Development Commission (“EDC”).
The EDC was established by the Selectmen of the Town of Exeter to encourage the welfare of local industries, promote the establishment of new industries and promote the general business and economy of the Town.
On Tuesday July 12, 2016 Attorney Beth MacDonald will cover the new Department of Labor regualtions regarding overtime. For more information please visit the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce.
On Wednesday March 9th the Meredith Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at our new Meredith office location, 164 NH Route 25, Towle House, Unit 2. Our new office location better serves our clients with a more modern layout and accessible facilities and convenient parking just up the hill from our former location.
From left to right:
Wendy Bagley from the Meredith Chamber of Commerce, DTC Partner Mike Donahue, DTC Associate Nicole Tibbetts, DTC Partner Chris Boldt, DTC Assistant Jenn LaRhette, DTC Director Priscilla Lord, DTC Associate Eric Maher, DTC Partner Kate Miller and Sue Cerutti from the Meredith Chamber of Commerce.
DTC is pleased to announce the relocation of our Meredith office to the Towle House, Unit 2, 164 Route 25 in Meredith. Our new office location will better serve our clients with a more modern layout and accessible facilities and convenient parking just up the hill from our former location. DTC expanded its presence to the Lakes Region in 2011 to better serve our lakes region and north country client base. We also continue to serve clients from our Exeter and Portsmouth locations. Please feel free to stop by and visit!