How has your week been so far? While we’ve been hard at work inside, getting prepped for big events, a crew of hardy painters has been outside, giving us a makeover.
In case you haven’t driven down Bethlehem’s Main Street in a while, we’ll paint the picture for you: our front doors are now a bright turquoise blue! This colorful revamp has revitalized our whole little business block, and we living for the happy vibes splashed on each storefront.
In July, if you do one thing (besides having an amazing 4th!), we hope you will make it a goal to come check out our new look and attend WREN’s first-ever Summer Block Party! This super fabulous fete is scheduled for July 2nd starting right at 3pm, and we would love to see you there.
Keep reading for all the little details, as well as some new things to stay in the know.
|This summer, WREN’s local artists are set to make a splash on our social media pages! Be sure to follow @wrenworksnh for a glimpse into the lives of our member artists, including stories, pictures, and videos from their inspiring studio spaces. Tuesday, July 22nd kicks off this special series with a post dedicated to the one and only Jeanette Fournier.
Give us a like, and show Jeanette some love next week!
|Are you looking for some local help?
Check out our new member directory!
|WREN’S MEMBER DIRECTORY
|“Loon Family” by Joy Hebert
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.