Concerts, Comedy, Juggling & More to Spark Holiday Spirit During Stroll

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Classical guitar, a string ensemble, a juggling/comedy show and more are on tap at the Nashua Public Library during the Winter Holiday Stroll on Saturday, November 30.


Guitarist Jonas Kublickas, who performed in a Bach’s Lunch concert at the library in July, will be back, blending the charm and charisma of ethnic melodies, the grace of the Baroque, and some holiday favorites. Music lovers can also enjoy a performance by a string ensemble of Symphony NH musicians.


In a Nashua Public Library debut, Michael’s Awesome Juggling & Variety Show will offer entertainment for children of all ages. Let him dazzle you with illusions and regale you with his hilarious comedy. Michael has performed for luxury cruise lines, for Fortune 500 companies, and on international TV.

Each of these one-hour acts will be performed twice, at 5:45 p.m. and again at 7:10 p.m.

Face painting

Families will want to squeeze in some time with Krickey the Clown, who’ll be dressed as an elf, painting faces, and creating balloon animals from 5:45 to 8:10 p.m.

Fiber art

You can also meet local artist Tanya Prather from 5:45 to 8:10 p.m. Her fiber art and pottery are on display in the library’s gallery throughout November. Ask her about the eco-printing process, which she uses to create unique works of art from plant dyes and fiber.

Library entertainment during the stroll is sponsored by the Zylonis Fund, the Friends of the Library, and Symphony NH.

Dozens of other events will take place throughout Downtown Nashua during the stroll. For more information, visit the stroll’s website or contact Carol at (603) 589-4610.