Did you have a chance to see “COLOR!” yet?
After a wild week rushing to get our latest Gallery show up and running, we gave ourselves a mini break yesterday and spent some time rearranging things in the store (including a very fabulous table decked out with rows and rows of Joan Hannah’s iconic hand thrown mugs). Today, we’re back at it again, writing grants and newsletters in between customers and vendors.
This week, we’re highlighting different ways to check out “COLOR!”, online classes that work with your schedule, and more news from one of our WREN members.
|If you haven’t seen the work of Ann Saunderson and Pam Tarbell up close, we’ve got some words of advice: hop to it! Can’t make it in to the Gallery or the Adair to see the pieces in person? Here are some tips for a thorough online exploration…|
Take a digital spin through the “COLOR!” lookbookShop the show online!Watch our virtual “COLOR!” gallery tours (links below…)
|Pictured: “NH Mountain View” by Pam Tarbell|
Tour “COLOR” at the Adair Inn
…and take some of WREN’s recorded online classes!
We get it – spring was busy, and the last thing you wanted to do was sign up for a live online class. That’s where the “Classes on Demand”page on our website comes in handy.
WREN members get discounted access to these classes, and CDBG grant recipients can view them all for free, so if you’ve been looking to polish up your skills on your own schedule, start signing up today.
Classes on Demand:
- “Pinterest for Your Small Business”
- “Pinterest Part II”
- “Online Shopping Series Part I: Pick Your Shopping Portal”
- “Online Shopping Series Part II: Shipping Options for Your Online Store”
- SPRING SMALL BUSINESS SERIES “Seedling to Start Up” (Parts I – IV)
- “A Quick Look at QuickBooks”
- “A Longer Look at QuickBooks”
- “Excel Simplified”
- “How to Optimize Your Business Facebook Page”
- “Looking at Your Google Analytics”
- “Introduction to Photoshop”
- “iPhone Product Photography”
- “How to Frame”
- “Putting Your Professional Face Forward: An Artist’s Take”
- “Getting Creative with Canva”
*Not sure how to access these classes? We can help! Contact email@example.com for step-by-step instructions.
We wanted to give a special shoutout one of our WREN members, the amazing Rebecca M. Fullerton (@RebeccaMFullerton). Rebecca played a major part in one of New Hampshire Business Review’s latest feature articles, “The Art of Pandemic Survival”. It’s an informative read featuring two phenomenal NH artists – check it out!
Shop the art of Rebecca M. Fullertonin our online store
WREN is all about community. We’re so proud to be a part of this town and this region, and now, we’re excited to be a part of the town of Bethlehem’s brand-new recipe book, Savor & Tour Bethlehem.
Did you know that NH Grand is a program of WREN?
Whether you’re a local looking to learn more about your favorite region of the state, or you’re a traveler coming to New Hampshire’s North Country for the first time, don’t forget to visit the NH Grand website (and the town of Bethlehem’s website!) for all of your area information.
Love newsletters? NH Grand has one too! Sign up for the latest on all things tourism related by visiting https://www.nhgrand.com/ and scrolling to the bottom of the page.
Do you have a special spot in your heart for the scenic town that WREN calls home? Sign up for Bethlehem, NH’s newsletter too while you’re at it! Visit: https://bethlehemnh.org/tourism-e-news/.
Thank you for supporting WREN and your community! WREN is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit accepting donations year round. If you would like to show your care for the work we do, visit the “Donations” page on our website. Many thanks!
The Adair Country Inn & Restaurant is the official sponsor of the Gallery at WREN.
Partial funding for WREN’s courses and programs is made possible by the NH CDFA (Community Development Finance Authority) CDBG Program.