Special Events Summer and Fall 2017



Neighbors meeting Neighbors

July 15, 2017
Pot Luck Lunch from Noon to 3pm

The pristine village of Hillsborough Center, Jones Road, and the surrounding area has recently acquired many new neighbors with the sale of more than 10 homes in the area.

The gallery, along with Nancy and Jan Michael, is hosting a pot luck neighbor get together on July 15th so we can meet each other and once again enjoy the closeness of our village and neighborhood.

Bring a dish and Join us if you wish.


The Ladies in Purple
A Two-Woman Show

July 29 – 30

Saturday, July 29, 2017, 10 am to 4 pm

Sunday, July 30, 2017, noon to 4 pm

An exhibition of Sasha Wolfe’s beautiful new pastel/charcoal paintings and Nan McCarthy’s impeccably detailed small and miniature Photorealistic works.

 A Buss from Lafayette bookcoverPortsmouth Naval Prison bookcover

Book Signing with Dorothea Jensen & Katy Kramer

August 5, 2017
at 10am & 2pm

Dorothea Jensen will be at Well Sweep Gallery at 10am, to tell the story of how she came to write her book, “A Buss from Lafayette”, about this famous French soldier, a favorite of General George Washington.

Later on that afternoon, at 2pm, Katy Kramer will be telling the story of the Portsmouth Naval Prison and later signing her book “Portsmouth Naval Prison”.  Most of us who have wondered about this mysterious building will be eager to hear her story.

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 wooden birds sculpture

Arts Alive Workshop

August 9, 2017 – 4pm

Visit Monadnock Arts Alive! for more information.

 Living History 2015

Living History Event
Historic Hillsborough, NH

August 19 & 20, 2017
Saturday 9am–5pm
Sunday 9am–4pm

The 8th annual Living History event will be held at three locations in Hillsborough, including Hillsborough Center. Civil War and French & Indian war reenactments; famous people of history enactments; food; horse  & wagon rides; and much much more.

For more information, go to

 Memories of a Native Son bookcover

Book Signing with Hillsborough Author Phil Harvey

August 19 – 2pm

Phil Harvey will meet the public to talk about his book, Memories of a Native Son, and sign your book. Phil wrote this book when he was 90 years old. This is an amazing book about the mill town of Hillsborough, almost 100 years ago, when the railroad ran through town.

Phil writes a refreshing personal, often humorous account of growing up during the great depression in Hillsborough. Come hear his stories.



Show of artists.

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 Kids art

Hillsborough-Deering School Art Show

Postponed Until Spring

Art work from Elementary, Middle and High School students


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