On Friday, May 20, the Millspace Speaker/Performer Series presents puppeteer and poet Andrew Periale, co-founder of Emmy nominated Perry Alley Theatre. His work has been supported by Puppeteers of America and the Henson Foundation and has been featured at national puppet festivals as well as public television. After his talk, he will perform a mix of poetic and dramatic monologues, from poignant recollection to Gothic ghost story. Intended for mature audiences (high school or older).
General admission: $7. Event starts at 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm.
Sleep is foundational to wellness. You deserve good sleep. If you or someone you know has sleep issues, come learn why sleep is so important and some natural ways to improve it.
Dr. Meredith Murray is a local naturopathic doctor practicing at Source Natural Medicine in Exeter. She is passionate about providing individualized care and practical solutions for patients with all types of medical issues.
Save your seat for a good night’s sleep today!
Join us at Millspace, Wednesday May 4th @ 6:30pm for our Wellness Wednesday series.
Time to grab your partner and kick up your heels at Millspace! Starting in April, the last Friday of each month Newmarket Contra and Millspace will host this fun filled evening complete with live music and a professional caller. Beginner Lessons begin at 7:30 and dancing for everyone starts at 8pm. The fun begins on Friday, April 29th. Tickets are on sale now!
Millspace welcome Michael Penney as our Artist in Residence for April. Meet Michael at our reception, this Friday evening at Millspace from 6pm to 9pm. Brewers from 7th Settlement will be here as well offering free samples. A cash bar and light refreshments will also be available.
Additional gallery hours will be available on Saturday, April 23rd 2-6pm, Sunday, April 24th 1-5pm and Saturday April 30th 2-6pm. Gallery hours are subject to change, so look for the sign on Main St! You can also view the gallery at any of our open events this month. Cheers!
The Speaker/Performer Series presents
HIP HOP, VIDEO GAMES, & ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC
The Speaker/Performer Series presents Mike D’Errico, PhD candidate in the UCLA Department of Musicology and the Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate Program, who will present a talk on the intersections of hip-hop, video games, and electronic dance music. After the talk, Mike as The Attic Bat will perform chipmusic with guest musician Jeremy Murphy a.k.a. Arkbit. Together they are The Attic Bits. Meanwhile audience members will play vintage video games projected on screens.
The event is Friday, March 11, 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm. General admission $7.
This inaugural series is a quarterly exhibition of the region’s top creative minds speaking about their passions as well as offering a dynamic performance. The series is curated by John Herman.
Seacoast Area Libraries and Seacoast Academy of Music are collaborating to bring a series of musical experiences to the seacoast area. Bring the whole family and join us at Millspace on Thursday, February 11th at 7pm to hear the “one man Juke Joint” sounds of Tj Wheeler.
This event is hosted by the Newmarket Public Library and is free and open to the public. A cash bar will also be available. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Every four years, New Hampshire is invaded by candidates and their campaign organizations, all seeking the favor of voters in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state. Photographer Roger Goun has spent much of 2015 criss-crossing the state, photographing the candidates as they interact with individual voters. The resulting pictures, by turns funny and earnest, open a window into New Hampshire’s retail political scene, where elections are won and lost one voter at time.
A selection of the best of these images will be on display at the Millspace at the Newmarket Mills, 55 Main St., Newmarket, NH from 16 January to 7 February 2016. The exhibition, which consists of about two dozen large, lovingly produced black and white prints, will be open on weekends and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Please join the photographer at a reception at the Millspace on Friday, 22 January 2016 from 5-8 PM (snow date: Saturday, 23 January). A cash bar and light refreshments will be available.
There is on street parking as well as visitor parking available in the Mills parking lot across the street.
Roger Goun is a recovering software engineer, a political geek, and an obsessed photographer. He lives in Brentwood, NH with his wife Jody, a dog, two horses, and way too many cats.
Millspace is the place to be over the next couple of months with a wide variety of programs, lectures, performances, and more between now and the end of the year. Check out what’s happening, grab your tickets, and mark your calendar today!
Saturday, December 19th @ 3pm & 7pm
Millspace Presents An Old Time Radio Style Version of It’s A Wonderful Life. Directed by Judi Currie, this cast of actors along with a sound table will make this classic and favorite holiday tale come to life on our very on stage. Enjoy live music and caroling as well as a chance to try out the sound table at our 3pm show. We will also be collecting donations for the Newmarket Food Pantry. Refreshments and cash bar will be available.
Tickets are on sale now
It’s A Wonderful Life 3pm Show
It’s A Wonderful Life 7pm Show
Save your seat today for either our 3pm or 7pm show!
We are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Newmarket Millspace Harvest Dinner on Saturday October 10th, beginning at 5:00 pm.
Join us at this community potluck dinner and showcase your home-cooked meal while making new friends and celebrating the abundance of local food in our area this time of year and our vibrant local food movement. The evening will feature guest speakers and live music. On exhibit in the gallery will be the works of artists from the Seacoast Artist Association entitled “Celebrating Abundance”.
Your potluck dish should include at least one locally grown ingredient (feel free to use more!) and please include a recipe/list of ingredients and their sources so that we can recognize growers in the community. To make the event as zero-waste as possible, Millspace is partnering with Mr Fox Composting and asks that you bring your own place settings and glasses.
We are excited to offer a cash bar at Harvest this year! Beer, wine, and hard cider will be available for purchase. You are welcome to bring non-alcoholic beverages.
Last year’s Harvest event was a great success and we can’t wait to share it with you again this year! Be sure to reserve your spot today. Make memories and new friends at this potlock of local flavors! Tickets are on sale at www.gofundme.com/MillspaceHarvest and range in price from $10 to $25. Tickets will also be available at the door Saturday night. Millspace is located in the Newmarket Mills at 55 Main Street, Newmarket, NH. Parking is available in the municipal lot directly across from the mill. Doors open at 5:00 pm. Dinner begins at 6:00 pm followed by our line up of amazing local notables to share their stories with you. Please feel free to bring along an instrument if you would like to do some jamming at the end of the evening. We look forward to seeing you at our table Saturday, October 10th!
Meet local organic farmer Chuck Cox at Harvest!
Enjoy our beautiful gallery “Celebrating Abundance” curated by Seacoast Artist Association.
Meet Heather Hughes and Ronald Vars of Sea Hagg Distillery
Hear from the owners of Oak House, coming soon to Newmarket!
Enjoy the music of local artist Sam Southworth!