Big Band Ball & Winter Auction at the Indian Head to Support Jean’s Playhouse

auctionLincoln, New Hampshire — January 16, 2015 – Big Band Ball & Winter Auction at the Indian Head to Support Jean’s Playhouse

Jean’s Playhouse is pleased to announce its largest yearly fundraiser: the Big Band Ball & Winter Auction on Saturday, January 31 at the Indian Head Resort Lakeview Room. This is a semi-formal event, attended by 120 local and regional supporters of Jean’s Playhouse. The event will start at 5:00pm with a Cocktail Hour and Silent Auction and music by local pianist Connie Chesebrough. The Live Auction will commence at 6:30pm, to be followed by dinner served by the Indian Head Resort and a dance with music by the PSU Faculty Jazz Quartet.

This event brings in over $25,000 annually in support of professional theatre arts programming at Jean’s Playhouse. Tickets are $75 and may be purchased online at JeansPlayhouse.com or through the Box Office at 603-745-2141 until January 25. Thank you from Jean’s Playhouse to our business partners and private supporters for the success of our annual Winter Auction!

Next up at Jean’s Playhouse is NORTHERN TRESPASS on Saturday, January 24 at 7:00 pm. This documentary, produced by two new filmmakers from the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Jan Marvel & Michelle Vaughn, will take you on a journey through Québec, Vermont, New London, CT and many towns throughout New Hampshire. The film documents how the controversial Northern Pass power project will affect the White Mountains region of northern New Hampshire. All tickets $7.

Jean’s Playhouse is located at 34 Papermill Drive in Lincoln, adjacent to ongoing construction of the Riverwalk at Loon Mountain site off I-93 Exit 32. Visit JeansPlayhouse.com or call 603-745-2141 for more information.

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