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We have some exciting show ideas planned for 2016-17.  The performance dates will be in November 2016, February 2017, and May 2017. We have several plays under consideration including: Wait Until Dark by Frederick Knott, Lovers and Other Strangers by Joseph Bologna and Renee Taylor, Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring, and Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare as well as a few other possibilities. Final play selection will be contingent upon audition pool and will be determined after auditions. We will need adult males and females of all ages and one young girl who can play a nine year old.

The audition dates are this Sunday, Aug. 21 starting at 10 AM and Monday, Aug. 22 starting at 6 PM at Heberton Hall – Keene Public Library Annex.  Call Artistic Director Kim Dupuis at 352-5657 or send an email to to schedule an audition slot. Come prepared to do a monologue if possible and to read from the scripts. If you cannot attend this audition (I know it is late notice), please call to schedule an audition appointment for our next round of auditions.

Yoga is now Free for Youth 14-18yrs

Free Youth Membership
Now Available at the Front Desk

Well, I will get right to it. We are offering a FREE unlimited membership to any high school students in the area.If you are in high school and want to take yoga, we welcome you to come take a class. We already have 10 or so youth who come regularly, and we wanted to make it more accessible so that everyone who is between the ages of 14 and 18 and wants to take yoga can take yoga.

Come to the front desk and sign up for the membership. (It is not available online)

Please spread the word about this opportunity.

Press Release from Mayor Lane

Date:  July 18, 2016 
From: Kendall W. Lane, Mayor 
To the citizens of Keene,  
On behalf of the City of Keene, I want to express my shock over the recent events that took place in Dallas when 5 Police Officers were killed and now 3 more killed in Baton Rouge.   As I am sure you know Police Officers put their own lives in jeopardy every day in their endeavor to maintain peace and security within our city and our region.    
Our police officers are professionals who are dedicated caretakers of our community and it is imperative that we all work together towards the betterment of our neighborhoods by supporting them in their courageous efforts as peace officers.  Police officers are leaders, coaches, our friends and our neighbors who are an important part of our community.               


I would like to take this time to express my own sincere gratitude for our law enforcement officials and I encourage everyone to come together to give the support and recognition they deserve.