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Thing in the Spring gives thanks

To the editor:

Thank you so much to everyone that made this year’s Thing in the Spring so fantastic! We’re already starting work on 2014. Keep an eye out for some fundraising events in the months to come.

We’ll start with our sponsors: The Mountain: Gregory Moore, Bright Krinsky, Michael McGloin; Waterhouse Restaurant: Pelagia Vincent, Cy & Joyce Gregg, Stan Frye; Brewbakers: Jeff & Eliza Murphy; Harlow’s Pub: Dave Szehi, Jess McCullough and all the staff; Toadstool Bookshop: Willard & Holly Williams, Lowell Morris, Megan Roy; Jack Daniels Motor Inn: Eric & Pam Lorimer; Sterling Business Printing: George Sterling; Monadnock Ledger-Transcript: Heather McKernan, Priscilla Morrill, Ashley Saari; Grove & Main Antiques; Joseph’s Coat; Peterborough Shoe Store; Roy’s Market; staff of the Town Hall; Candace Clement, Elisabeth Parker, Dustin Cote, Emerson Stevens, Kate Senecal, Seth Jackson, Tim Gurczak, Ben Rogers, Henry Moreau, Andrew Martin, Ampere, Giraffes? Giraffes!, Speedy Ortiz, Egg Eggs, Aesop’s Tables, Ol Factory, Zach Green, Sharon Arts Center, Austin Wright, Luke Olson, Tom Crean, Matt Robidoux, Andy Kivela, Nick Mavodones, all of the Broke vendors, Paper Castles, Wren Kitz, Paddy Reagan, Shea Vaccaro, Charlie Chronopoulos, Sam Moss, Frozen Corn, Suicide Magnets, Caleb Davis, Rick MacGuire, Mail the Horse, Micah Blue Smaldone, Pocatello, The Mariposa Museum, Banditas, Bunny’s a Swine, Paul Flaherty, Chris Corsano, Steve Shelley, Lee Ranaldo, Peter Broetzmann, Joe McPhee, Michael Ehlers, Mark Kozelek, Diane Cluck, Isabel Castellvi, Cooper Leafe, Adam Arnone, Anna von Mertens, Chris Anderson, Carl von Mertens, Tall Firs, Ros Bobos, Megafauna, Shepherdess, Pine Grove, Ess, Folksoul, Bunny’s a Swine, High Fidelity Sound System, Sarah Bay, James Callahan, Ian Hughes, Steve Roberge, Rachelle Beaudoin, Emily Drury, Dave Seidel, Amy Cronin, Ry Amidon, Jack Burnett & the Peterborough Chamber of Commerce, Bart Murphy, Rick Stein, Frank Ciardelli, and everyone who comes out to see new music and art in Peterborough!

Eric Gagne,

Thing in the Spring

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