Thank you to everyone who helped to make Glamour in Mud Season a Success!
The Village Players Theater presented Glamour in Mud Season® , March 15, 16, and 17, a weekend of events throughout Wolfeboro including wacky New Hampshire comedy, a folk/rock concert, an art “slog” and exhibition, a wildlife encounter with glamorous animals, and a scrumptious benefit breakfast.
Glamour in Mud Season Art Show First place went to Nancy Allen-Dzikowicz for her oil painting, “Parade in Freedom”. Aline Lotter won second place for her oil, “Lit by the Setting Sun.” The People’s Choice Award went to Robin Cornwell’s “Forest Trees.”
Students and staff of Kingswood Youth Center braved March winds to receive a $100 donation from Barbara Mosley of Gatherings by Stellaloona. The bakery made gobs of glamorously muddy desserts for the recipe contest and won first place.
Franz Haase and The Folk Cellar’s award-winning Traveling Mudburys, front, give their $100 best decorated window prize to Scott Giessler and members of the Kingswood Theater.
Donita Coburn-Amadio toned it down to “just” a boa and jeweled tiara when she gave the costume contest winner Made on Earth’s $100 cahe prize to G.A.L.A.’s Americorps Vista volunteer Emily Richey.
Robin Cornwell, art teacher at Kingswood Regional Middle School, receives her People’s Choice award from the Wolfeboro Inn from Glamour in Mud Season Chair Stefanie Marsh for “Forest Trees” in the Glamour in Mud Season Art Show