Check out our naming rights below and help complete our project. Simply click on the “Donate” link in the upper right corner of this page to make your donation and we will contact you so you can tell us what you would like to name your piece of this vital new part of Millspace.
Millspace proudly presents the Russian Ballet School Spring Recital, Sunday May 17th at 2pm! Come and experience a recital by the students of this new school of classical ballet located in the Mills of downtown Newmarket NH. Dancers ages 4 and up will delight you with the techniques and movements they have acquired through their study of this timeless art.
Millspace serves as a place for others to showcase their talents and we are excited to welcome these dancers to our stage. Tickets are on sale now. Learn more about the Russian Ballet School at http://russianballetnh.com/
Online ticket sales for Ignite are now closed. You may purchase tickets at the door starting at 6pm.
Thank you for your continued support of Newmarket Millspace and we look forward to sharing an incredible evening with you tonight!
If you had just 5 minutes and 20 slides to tell your story, what would you say? Come hear the amazing stories of inspiring Millspace Ignite speakers in a rapid paced, dynamic format. Kick the evening off with live music and a new gallery art show curated by Barbara Mata. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. – Ignite! hosted by Jon Nolan, starts at 7:00p.m. All for just $10 – proceeds benefit Millspace!
Reserve your seat today at: http://buytickets.at/newmarketmillspace.
Peter Egelston, Founder of Smuttynose Brewing Company, Portsmouth Brewery and Hayseed Restaurant
Mary Jo Brown, Founder of Brown & Company Design and Big Brown Books
Jennifer Desrosiers, Wild Adventurous Life, Life and Wellness Coach
Claire Bloom, Founder of the national program, “End 68 Hours of Hunger”
Eric Lowther, Creator of Haunted Overload, winner ABC’s 2014 Fright Fight
Kaity Thompson, lead organizer for 350 New Hampshire
Jason Crigler, Musician, composer, co-creator of program “Defying the Odds”
and subject of the documentary “Life. Support. Music.”
Brendan Vesey, Head Chef at Joinery Restaurant
Music by Bryan Killough founding member of the band Groovechild and jazz group Hot Club of Portland
Parking is available in the municipal lot across from the Mill. Handicapped parking and accessibility is available in the Penstock Way entrance on the river side of the Mill.
We look forward to sharing this incredible evening with you and are deeply grateful for your continued support of Newmarket Millspace Center for Arts, History, & Culture.
Newmarket Millspace kicks off its 2015 Season with Ignite! An evening of dynamic speakers will take the stage for one night only on Saturday April 18th. Tickets are on sale now at http://buytickets.at/newmarketmillspace.
Sharing their passions in a 5 minute time span against a backdrop of slides, we welcome Claire Bloom, the founder and executive director of End 68 Hours of Hunger, whose vision to provide children in need of adequate nutrition while not in school has since expanded to an organization that spans the nation.
Bringing Ignite to Millspace is an incredible opportunity to be inspired by people in our community that are living their passions and making a difference in their lives and of those around them and impacting the world.
Our incredible list of presenters also includes Jason Crigler, a musician and composer who shares an amazing story of transformation and revival through his program, Defying the Odds.
Lead organizer for environmental group 350 NH, Kaity Thomson and is a voice for environmental sustainability and its impact on the quality of life in New Hampshire.
Meet Eric Lowther, founder of Haunted Overload located at DeMeritt Farm in Lee, NH and was also featured and won on ABC’s “The Great Halloween Fright Fight”.
We welcome Mary Jo Brown to our Millspace stage. Mary Jo is the founder and president of two Portsmouth, NH based businesses: design firm Brown & Company Design and publishing company, big brown books. She also serves on the board for New Hampshire Women’s Foundation.
Hear from Brendan Vesey, chef of the Joinery restaurant located in Newmarket NH and coordinator of the Share Your Love fundraising event that helps school aged children and their families purchase, cook, and prepare meals at home.
A passion for holistic health and wellness, yoga, travel and more led Jennifer Desrosiers to begin Wild Adventurous Life with a mission to help others embrace their purpose, pursue their passions and truly live their un-lived life.
Learn what inspires Peter Egelston, founder of Smuttynose Brewing Company and co-founder of Portsmouth Brewery.
Come early and enjoy the music Bryan Killough. Bryan is a founding member of the band, GrooveChild and award winning gypsy jazz group “The Hot Club of Portland”. You won’t want to miss it!
We will also be collecting donations for the Newmarket chapter of End 68 Hours of Hunger. A list of suggested items as well as information on making monetary contributions can be found on their website http://end68hoursofhunger.org/.
Millspace has had an incredible first year offering several cultural and historical events since its doors opened to the public just over a year ago. We are so grateful to the hundreds of visitors to our events over the past year. Millspace has also been able to provide space for Wrong Brain Bizaare Bizarres, the registration site for the Great Bay Half Marathon, and served as the main stage for the Newmarket Heritage Festival. We are looking forward to another exciting and event filled year!
ABOUT MILLSPACE –Our civic center includes a theater, lobby, gallery, information desk, meeting room, and large function area. Plans are underway to add more amenities and programming to the space. We welcome you to get involved!
ABOUT IGNITE – If you had five minutes on stage what would you say? What if you only had 20 slides and they transitioned automatically every 15 seconds? Around the world people have been putting together “Ignite” nights to share ideas and passions. More information about Ignite Events held around the world can be found at O’Reilly’s Ignite website, Ignite.OReilly.com
Experience the magic of old time radio as Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” is staged one night only, Wednesday, December 17 at 7:30pm at the Millspace in the Newmarket Mills. General admission is $12 or $10 for students and seniors with all proceeds going to the arts and culture civic center. The feel of a 1940’s radio broadcast will be created with the help of sound effects performed live in front of the audience. As in the era of old time radio, a table of bells, shoes, and other objects will be orchestrated to bring the Victorian era tale to life. John Herman directs.
ONLINE TICKETING FOR THIS EVENT HAS ENDED. PLEASE PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR. ENJOY!
Call to Vendors!
WHAT’S HAPPENING: 3rd Annual Wrong Brain Holidaze Bizaare
WHO THEY NEED: Call to Vendors, Artists and Performers
WHEN IS IT: Saturday, December 13, 11am-5pm
WHERE IS IT: Millspace, bottom level of the Newmarket Mills, Newmarket, NH
The Wrong Brain Bizaare is a semiannual multimedia arts open market, pop up gallery, music exhibition and creative celebration! They aim to bring you the strange, unconventional, underground, alternative and emerging of the Seacoast.
They are seeking vendors who offer – original art, prints, zines, RECYCLED/HANDMADE: pins, patches, clothing, accessories, toys, VINTAGE/LOCAL: clothing, records and cassettes, comics, books, skincare, food, etc. Other items are absolutely acceptable as long as they fit the theme.
They are seeking pop-up gallery exhibitors with original art in frames or hanging fixtures.
They are seeking musicians and readers for live entertainment.
Vendor Space Information:
10×10 – $60
6×4 – $30
Bring your own tables and chairs.
Some electricity is available upon request only.
Most spaces have access to wooden beams for hanging.
To apply to be a vendor, please submit the following:
Business/artist name & location
What do you do?
What products will you sell?
Why do you fit the theme?
10×10 or 6×4?
Please attach 3-5 high quality, clear images.
Link to your website/blog/portfolio.
If you plan on sharing a space, please submit ONE application with BOTH of your info.
To apply to the pop-up gallery, please submit the following:
Artist name & location
Up to 4 original works with title, size, medium, dimensions, price, and attached image for each piece.
To apply to perform music or readings, please submit the following:
Artist/band name & location
Short bio. Why do you fit the theme?
Link to hear your music/read your writing.
For other installation or performance ideas, please submit a proposal and we will talk!
Not all who apply will be accepted. Space and time are limited and they are seeking only those who are Wrong Brained.
ALL APPLICATIONS DUE BY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26.
Notifications of acceptance will be emailed by Wednesday, October 29.
Harvest! was a great success and we want to thank everyone who came out to celebrate all things fresh and local with us on Saturday, September 27. We had an incredible array of dishes made with ingredients from dozens of area farms and gardens. One guest shared “It made me conscientious about how I prepared my dish. I knew I had to get to a farm stand to shop.” Local restaurants The Joinery and Basil Leaf Thai Cuisine graciously donated amazing dishes to our table and our dinner guests sipped on iced tea blends from White Heron.
Our guest speakers also gave us much to think about. Local nutritionist Ranan Cohen encouraged us to think globally while eating locally. Some of our most nutrient dense foods come from miles away, but we can combine them with extraordinary local foods. Sara-Zoe Patterson of Seacoast Eat Local challenged us to introduce someone new to a farm stand. She shared the impact of our choices is to local farmers and growers. SNAP/EBT cards are also now accepted at several area farmers markets so that everyone has access to locally sourced foods. Jeff Cantara of New Roots Farm shared his perspective on the unexpected nature of farming and the continuous lesson of perseverance. We cleared the tables from the center of the hall to make room for dancing as our evening was wrapped up by the fantastic sounds of Computer Beach Party.
We appreciate the tremendous support of our amazing Executive Chef sponsor Appledore Real Estate as well as Rebecca Proctor of RSP Studio Custom Framing who organized the incredible Harvest! gallery inside Millspace. She has graciously donated her time and talents in framing several of the pieces from local artist. We also loved teaming with Mr. Fox Composting to assist in our efforts to make this a zero waste event. We hope you will consider them at your next gathering.
This delicious event had something for every pallet and we cannot wait to do it again during the next Harvest! season. In the meantime, we hope you will take the time to make the healthy choice for you, your family, and the local economy and visit one of several area Winter Farmers’ Markets to support local growers and farmers.
We are less than a week away from our evening of all things fresh in the community. Doors will open at 5pm and dinner will begin at 6. There is still time to get your tickets! We have a few important things we need you to remember for this exciting event.
“Pack Your Picnic Basket”
Harvest! is teaming up with Mr. Fox Composting to make this a zero wast event. Pleas bring your own plates, bowls, silverware, napkins and glasses. Consider a tablecloth, vase of flowers, or gourds to decorate your table. Opt for more sustainable choices for your dish like decomposable was paper muffin cups instead of aluminum, or us a dish towel to cover your salad instead of plastic wrap.
Bring Your Own Beverage
We will have pitchers of water available but you are welcom to bring your own beverage of choice. Beer and wine are acceptable. Cheers!
Label Your Dish
We want to make sure everyone can enjoy all of the amazing food being prepared, so please bring your recipe or list of ingredients on a card or you can fill one out when you come. This way people with allergies can be informed.
Where’s Your Favorite Local Farm?
We will be keeping a list of where your ingredients came from, so we can recognize and support local growers…even if it’s your own backyard garden!
We are accepting donations of flowers for our tables as well as items for our raffle such as a jar of your famous canned pickles or jam, a basket of goodies from your garden, or baked items. You have creative license here!
We sincerely thank you for your support of Newmarket Millspace and look forward to fun-filled evening of community, guest speakers, art and live music!
Newmarket Millspace will be hosting Harvest! a celebration of community and the local food movement on September 27th from 5-10pm. Come fill up on an evening of food and fun at this unique event. We are asking you to create a dish to share using ingredients that are locally sourced and/or harvested. In return we will provide you with dynamic speakers involved in this movement: nutritionist Ranan Cohen, author Sara-Zoe Patterson of Seacoast Eat Local, and farmer Jeff Cantara of New Roots Farm in Newmarket. Live and local music will wrap up the evening for your enjoyment and dancing.
In an effort to make this a zero waste evening we are partnering with Mr. Fox Composting. This is also a BYOB and BYOPS event– Bring Your Own Beverage of choice; beer and wine are acceptable and Bring Your Own Place Settings as well as containers for leftovers. You will be able to come to Millspace early to set your place at the table. Doors officially open at 5pm and dinner begins at 6pm.
Tickets are available here through our Go Fund Me site. We chose this format to offer different levels of participation and to ensure that we have a variety of dishes for everyone to enjoy. Please be prepared to provide a list of ingredients so that we may alert those guests who may have food allergies or preferences. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates on Harvest at Newmarket Millspace. Set a space for you and your family at our table for this unique event today!