CARING TO REMEMBER – Screening and Discussion
Presented by AARP and New Hampshire Public Television
We often joke about memory loss but what happens when it becomes more than a senior moment?  AARP New Hampshire and New Hampshire Public Television are hosting a Caring to Remember Community Conversation on memory loss and dementia.The screening and discussion are free, open to the public, and will be held 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.  RSVPs are recommended.Caring to Remember will begin with a 30-minute screening of a special television program called Changing Aging in the Granite State and will be followed by a discussion with panelists and audience members.  Experts include Dr. Stephen Bartels from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, discussing the evidence behind prevention; author Rebecca Rule, sharing her approach as a caregiver for her mother; and Joel Green from Merrimack County ServiceLink, bringing information on local resources.This event is free of charge but RSVPs are requested to ensure you have a seat.
Wed. Feb. 25 @ 6PM

Presented by Rainshadow Running
Those of you who have run a Rainshadow race know that we’re all about community and celebrating the great community of trail-lovers. We bring the same laid-back enthusiasm  and trail-loving camaraderie to showcasing trail running films of all shapes, sizes, and varieties as we do  to our dynamic and beloved Northwest trail race series. And, like our races, we also showcase great local scenery- local theaters with lots of character that serve beer, alongside a night of great films and good friends.There are a lot of talented filmmakers in this close-knit and extended trail community, and we wanted to create a way to showcase everything we love so much about trail running while simultaneously highlighting local, regional, national, and international filmmakers. Thus, The Trail Running Film Fest was born.About Rainshadow Running:
Rainshadow Running has been offering destination trail races in the Northwest since 2006. We believe no matter where you’re traveling from, you’ll be glad you did. We showcase word-class courses on stunning trails that highlight the best this region has to offer. Every course is unique, beautiful, and tough, and all our races feature a dynamic and organic post-race party, with great food, local beer, and live music! For more information on us and our races, visit RainshadowRunning.com.
Tues. March 3 @ 6:00 pm

Movie Magic Event: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Sing-A-Long
Little-Shop-of-Horrors_2Red River Theatres’ presents a new Movie Magic Event for your viewing pleasure – Little Shop Of Horror’s Sing-A-Long!Enjoy this classic movie musical on the big screen and sing the night away! We will help you with guidance of a special guest host and you will be in good singing company as these events always sell out. Tickets include props to help you get in the spirit of things and as always we highly encourage costumes. Those with the best costumes will be rewarded so get creative!The Story: Rick Moranis plays nebbishy Seymour Krelborn, who works in a rundown flower shop on Skid Row. While his boss (Vincent Gardenia) bemoans the lack of business, Seymour seeks a way of bringing the shop — and himself — fame and fortune. He purchases a strange plant from an even stranger oriental street vendor (Vincent Wong), naming the plant after his girlfriend Audrey (Ellen Greene). Gradually, Seymour learns to his horror that “Audrey II” (given the voice of R&B performer Levi Stubbs) craves blood and flesh.
Sat. March 7th

A film by Jerry Monkman
Power of Place

Join New Hampshire conservation photographer and filmmaker Jerry Monkman for the premiere of his documentary, The Power of Place. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with the filmmakers as well as experts on the Northern Pass issue.

The Power of Place explores the places, issues, and people affected by Northern Pass, a proposed 180-mile long electricity transmission line project in New Hampshire that will carry electricity from Quebec to southern New England. In this 50-minute film, New Hampshire-based conservation photographer and author Jerry Monkman interviews people throughout the state to explain opposition to Northern Pass. Jerry also spent months in the field applying his signature landscape photography style to filming the places in the path of the project, including the Appalachian Trail and the White Mountain National Forest.

There will be a reception starting at 6:30 and the film will begin at 7:00.

March 11 @7pm

Movie Magic Event: THE BIG LEBOWSKI Quote-A-Long
Red River Theatres’ presents our annual Movie Magic Event, The Big Lebowski Quote-A-Long. You know all the lines so be like the Dude and abide Join us for a night of white russians, nihlists, and of course bring along a rug to tie the room together.Tickets include a prop game. Costumes are strongly encouraged and the best ones will be rewarded!
Sat. March 21 @ 8pm

Presented by the Jewish Federation of New Hampshire
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Magic Men (1)

Thursday, March 26, 7:00 pm
Hebrew, English, Greek w/English subtitles
(2013) 100 minutes
Directors: Guy Nattiv and Erez Tadmor, Israel, Greece

A jaded 78-year-old Holocaust survivor and his Hasidic rapper son, who have been estranged for many years, embark on a road trip from Israel to Greece, searching for an old magician who saved the father’s life during World War II. The journey leads them to absurd encounters, moments of affection and humor, and a final confrontation.

Audience Voted Best Feature, Chicago Festival of Israel Cinema 2014
Best Actor, Israeli Academy Awards 2013

Sponsored by Congregation Ahavas Achim

Admission $10 per person   PURCHASE TICKETS
Mature content


Saturday March 28, 8:00pm
Hebrew, French w/English subtitles
(2014) 89 minutes, Comedy
Director: Emmanuel Naccache, France, Israel

On February 18, 2010, in Tel Aviv, the whole world awakes to see front page pictures of Mossad agents killing Mahmoud al Mabhouh in Dubai a month earlier. It was the first time that simple security cameras of a hotel caught secret agents red-handed- what’s more, Israeli agents. But without a doubt, the most surprised of all were the Mossad leaders, the only ones to know for sure that the three men and one woman in the photos had nothing to do with them. From then on, they race against time hoping to understand why everything is aiming at them.

Audience Choice Best Film, London Israeli Film and Television Festival SERT 2014

Admission: $10 per person    PURCHASE TICKETS
Mature content, sexual situations

Jon Imber

Sunday, March 29, 12:30 pm
(2014) 62 minutes Documentary
Director: Richard Kane, USA

New England-based painter Jon Imber was diagnosed with ALS, a fatal degenerative disease, in 2012. The film follows his creative adaptations to ALS, his devotion to his art and his family, and his determination to complete his life’s work while he can, painting more than 100 portraits of friends, family, and neighbors in three months. It is a testament to the power of art and the ability of a community to rally around one of it’s own.

“This beautiful film… takes the wind out of you” – Boston Globe
Audience Award Best Documentary, Boston Jewish Film Festival 2014
Independent Film Festival Boston 2014

Special Guests: Richard Kane and Ron Hoffman
Following the film, director Richard Kane and Ron Hoffman, who is featured in the film, will discuss the making of the film and conduct a Q&A with audience members. Kane is the Maine-based director of the UMVA Maine Masters Project and principal partner at Kane-Lewis Productions. Ron Hoffman is founder of Compassionate Care ALS.

Admission $10 per person  PURCHASE TICKETS


Sunday, March 29, 2:30 pm
Spanish, Arabic, Hebrew, and French w/English subtitles
(2013) 90 minutes, Drama, Thriller
Director: Joel Novoa, Argentina, Uruguay, USA, and Venezuela

Based on the actual 1994 bombing in Buenos Aires, God’s Slave follows Ahmed, trained since childhood as an Islamic terrorist, now assigned to carry out a suicide bombing at a synagogue, and David the cold-blooded Israeli special agent who must prevent the attack. With time running out before the attack, David zeroes in on Ahmed, and his investigation culminates in violent, if unexpected, consequences.

Winner Special Jury Prize, Palm Beach International Film Festival

Admission: $10 per person    PURCHASE TICKETS
Mature content, contains violence


Sunday, March 29, 4:30 pm
(2014) 90 minutes, PG-13
Director: Erik Greenberg Anjou, USA

Laugh your way through hilarious stories of American delicatessens while drooling over the wonderful Jewish food being prepared before your eyes. The story of the American deli is the store of Jews: their immigration, migration, upward mobility, and western assimilation. Your gude to the world of the American deli is the charming Ziggy Gruber, a third-generation deli man, owner, and maven who operates one of the country’s top delis, Kenny’s and Ziggy’s in Houston.

Boston Jewish Film Festival and New York Jewish Film Festival selection

Following the film, join us for a Festival Wrap Party Reception. Enjoy delicious nosh and celebrate the close of the 7th Annual Jewish Film Festival.

Admission: $12.50 per person – includes Festival Wrap Party   PURCHASE TICKETS

MARCH 26, 28 & 29


discoveringmagicsignbag400pxAndrew Pinard: Discovering Magic. Are you the type of person who loves to be surprised; the kind of person that marvels at how remarkable the world is and celebrates the weird and wonderful ways that we experience the world? If so, Discovering Magic is the experience for you! Back for its second year, this “mind-numbing, jaw-dropping, eye-opening” experience takes audiences on a guided tour of the impossible and the absurd. Using only the most ordinary of objects, accomplished actor, conjuror, puppeteer, storyteller, and award-winning performer Andrew Pinard brings the ordinary to life with the most surprising results.


The only show of its kind in the New England, audiences have traveled from Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire to experience sleight of hand, con games, psychology, history, science, comedy, cognitive development, political spin, and more through the eyes of a “perceptual engineer” on his quest to explore distortion and guile.Pinard has been a full-time performer and theatre artist for over twenty-five years. He has presented thousands of performances throughout the northeastern United States as well as internationally in Canada, England, Switzerland, Germany, and Italy. Pinard has been recognized by his peers as one of the finest close-up performers throughout the Northeast and took the top honors in the 18th Annual New England Magic Competition.

Pinard was selected twice as Editors’ Choice for Best Magical Entertainer in “The Very Best of New Hampshire” issues of New Hampshire Magazine.The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts has referred to his “impressive ability with sleight-of-hand.” After attending the premiere episode of Discovering Magic, Rick Broussard, Editor of New Hampshire Magazine, wrote: “Your show is remarkable, Andrew. Anyone who hasn’t seen it owes it to themselves to go.

                                       Third Wednesday of each month Sept-June @ 8PM