Thing in the Spring thanks you
To the editor:
The Seventh Annual Thing in the Spring has come and gone, and it was a ripper. So much incredible music and art, so many nice folks, and the weather was fantastic. We at the Glass Museum are thrilled at how everything went. This weekend was the result of the hard work and energy of our board, along with the help of so many people. We would like to thank a number of folks:
Thank you to everyone who came out to the events of the weekend. Thank you to folks who took a chance on something that they had never heard or seen before. Thank you to everyone who purchased handmade art pieces from our vendors, and filled the local businesses of downtown Peterborough.
Thank you to our sponsors: The Mountain Corporation, Waterhouse Restaurant, Joseph’s Coat, Grove and Main, Ellerkamp Inc, Harlow’s Pub, Toadstool Bookshop, Brewbakers of Keene, the Jack Daniels Motor Inn, Sterling Business, Roy’s Market and Sam Adams.
Our crew: Nick Mavodones, Andy Kivela, Ian Durling, Candace Clement, Elisabeth Parker, Ry Amidon, Sarah Heller, Ben Rogers, Henry Moreau, Andrew Martin, Dan Moore, Joey Goldthwaite and Josh Blair. All of the bands and musicians, and all of the Broke artists, Rachel K. Garceau, Ben Conant, the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript, Willard and Holly Williams, Dave Szehi and the entire Harlow’s staff, Mike Chadinha, Sandy and Sally Eneguess, Keith Stevens and Peterborough Players, Pelagia Vincent, Eileen, Keith and the folks at the Waterhouse, Samantha Rule, The Peterborough Agricultural Commission, Mike Berg, Shaina Gates, Tim Donovan, Chad Creighton, Keene Sentinel, the Hippo, Wire magazine, Dan and Pat Ireton, Byron Coley, Robin MacArthur, Michelle Aldredge, Michelle Stahl, Frank Ciardelli, the Town of Peterborough, Marty Early, Dave Cromie, Betsy Rode, Vanessa Amesbury-Bonilla, Nicole Macstay, Dario Carrara, Rob Finlay, John Hopkins and Monadnock Tent Rental, Virginia Prescott, Taylor Quimby, NHPR, Marcie Reed, the MacDowell Colony, Boston Hassle, the Bomber Jacket, Eleanor Drury, Dave and Kathleen Seidel, Lisa Panepinto, Quenton Baker, DJ Potter, Jenny Emerson Foreman, Peter Robinson, Barton Goodeve, Rick Stein, Melissa and Dan Goldthwaite, Ray and Annette Gagne, Jane Farris and Bellows Nichols Insurance, Lynn Merlone, The Deli New England, Exploding in Sound Records, Brian Nagle, Wren Kitz, Brennan Mangan, Jim Callahan, Michael McGloin, Jeff Grosner, Cy Gregg, Stan Fry and Sam Faller.
The Glass Museum, Peterborough