Many of our programs at Calumet throughout the year are open to the public. This is where we list those events and we hope any and all will feel welcome to come. Calumet is a place that seeks to help individuals grow. Some of these events will help people grow in faith. Some might challenge someone's intellectual assumptions. Some might encourage participants in their appreciation of music and rhythym. Every single one of these events will allow for you to connect with other people -- some living close by and some from far off places.
Unless otherwise indicated, most programs take place in the Conference Center Dining Room with plenty of parking available. If there is ever a time when you want to learn more about a program, or if you have questions about accessibility or program details, don't hesitate to contact JUDY.
All are welcome! Really!
SUNDAY WORSHIP 10 am most Sundays Summer: Outdoor Chapel Other Sundays: Conference Center Dining Room or Micah Room
We will join worshippers on January 28, 2018 in Freedom Village at the First Christian Church on our Bell Ringers Weekend. Our bell ringers will offer the prelude and offertory during worship at FCC.
No Sunday Worship due to Holy Week on March 25, 2018 Palm Sunday and April 1, 2018 Easter Sunday.
No Sunday Worship on Thanksgiving Weekend, November 25, 2018.
No Sunday Worship on December 16 and December 23 due to the 2018 Christmas Holiday.
2017 PROGRAMS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Tuesday, March 21, 2017: "Wacky Songs That Made Us Laugh" presented by Cal Knickerbocker, New Hampshire Humanities Council Presenter, on Tuesday, March 21 at 7pm in the Conference Center. Join Cal as he shares excerpts from hilarious songs that helped chart the evolution of musical humor from the 1920's to the 1980's. Selections poke fun at diets, television, religion, summer camp and many other aspects of life.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017: "Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck: The 100 Years War" presented by Cal Knickerbocker in the Conference Center Dining Room at 7pm. Cal takes a look at these two popular shopping giants and the catalogues each business produced...plus the battles that ensued!
Monday, October 2, 2017: "Exemplary Country Estates of New Hampshire" presented by Cristina Ashjian, a New Hampshire Humanities Council Presenter, on Tuesday, October 2 at 7pm in the Conference Center. Cristina will share the background of the Country House Movement and will feature some great country estates built between 1902 and 1913. She will discuss will known estates now open to the public such as The Fells on Lake Sunapee and Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough. This program is funded by a Humanites To Go Grant.
Tuesday, October 10, 2017: "Chartres Cathedral: Philosphy and Theology as Art" presented by Ty Perry, a New Hampshire Humanities Council Presenter. Come learn about catherdral art, stained glass windows, and sculpture with Ty. This program is funded by a Humanites To Go Grant.
2017 SUMMER EVENTS
Sunday Worship ~ Each Sunday morning at 10 AM beneath the beautiful pines of Caluemt's Outdoor Chapel. Join with over 400 others as we gather to give God thanks for all of our blessings. Plenty of parking in th Conference Center lot. Learn more by clicking SUNDAY WORSHIP.
July 4 Activities: 5pm Chicken BBQ in the Conference Center; 6:30pm Blue Hill Brass Band Concert at the Family Camp Big Top Tent followed by and Ice Cream Social.
SUMMER SATURDAY MUSIC SERIES ~ For detailed information about each concert please check our webpage: http://www.calumet.org/musicseries
July 1 (Saturday) 7:30pm Bradford Bog People
July 8 (Saturday) 7:30pm The Proper Ladies: Deborah Goss and Anabel Graetz
July 15 (Saturday) 7:30pm John Perrault ~ Poems on the Edge of Song
July 22 (Saturday) 7:30pm Jeff Warner
July 29 (Saturday) 7:30pm Cedar Mountain Bluegrass Band
August 5 (Saturday) 7:30pm Robinson & Beaudin ~ Voice of the Soprano Sax
August 12 (Saturday) 7:30pm Hardtacks
August 19 (Saturday) 7:30pm Ken and Laurie Turley
FAMILY CAMP PLUS WEEK 2017
August 23 (Wednesday) 7pm Dudley Laufmann~ Square Dance in Luther Hall