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On Thursday, July 11th, 2019, Diana Waverly Sullivan, of Bethlehem, N.H., beloved wife and cherished mother, passed away due to complications related to brain cancer. She was 60 years old.

Caledonia County’s Highland heritage will be in full effect Sunday, July 21, when Scottish superstars Albannach return to Dog Mountain as part of the 2019 Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series with opening act Didgerigroove. The free concert, number two in a ten-show series, will kick off at 4pm Sunday, and is expected to draw an impressive turnout. Attendees are encouraged to come early and carpool.

Music lovers and their dog enjoy the Peter Karp Band and opening act Subject To Change during week one of the Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series at Dog Mountain on Sunday, July 14. The 10-show music series runs every Sunday (except Sept. 1) through Sept. 22.

The Great North Woods Committee for the Arts (GNWCA), which is now in its 16th year of providing performing arts to the greater North Country, is welcoming two new members to its board of directors, Dean Woodard-Neary of Colebrook and Nancy Gray of Groveton.

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The 2019 Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series begins Sunday, July 14, with singer and bluesman Peter Karp. For the third consecutive year, St. Johnsbury is one of 15 small to mid-sized towns and cities to win a $25,000 matching grant from the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation to present 10 free weekly summer concerts, breathing new life into an underused public space. Starting July 14, the free family- (and dog-) friendly concerts will take place every Sunday, rain or shine, at Dog Mountain. Showtime runs from 4-7 p.m. through August, with September shows scheduled from 3-6.