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Past Portsmouth NH Event: VOL 19

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VOL 19

May 08, 2014
@ Strawbery Banke Visitor Center

"PK19: Suddenly, Bloom!"

Out of adversity, great change, growth, and beauty can arise.

For PK#19, 3S partners with the Japan-America Society of NH around the annual blossoming of the famous cherry trees, planted in Washington, DC and now in Portsmouth, to commemorate the Portsmouth Peace Treaty that ended the Russo-Japanese War.

Presenters for PK#19 will share stories and images from those moments in time -- ephemeral as the cherry blossom -- that resulted in epiphanies and turning points, professional or personal, setting the stage for bigger and better things.

If interested in presenting, please email Celeste Ladd at cladd@3Sarts.org for more information. 

Date: Thursday, May 8
Time: Doors at 7pm, presentations at 7:30pm
Location: Strawbery Banke Visitor Center

The gathering is free and open to the public. Donations will be accepted.

Tim Shank
in Stratham, NH
Ella McGrail
Student, Portsmouth High School in Portsmouth, NH
Lori Richardson
President, Score More Sales in Portsmouth, NH
Christine Kelly
Managing Director, Balance Business Performance in Portsmouth, NH
Rob Cartwright
CEO, Northern Hospitality in Portsmouth, NH
Charles Doleac
Japan-America Society of New Hampshire in Portsmouth, NH
Stephanie Seacord
Director of Public Affairs, Portsmouth Peace Treaty Forum in Newfields, NH
Enna Grazier
Grazier Photography in Exeter, NH