Monadnock Community Hospital is pleased to invite you to the MCH Healing Arts Gallery for the opening of:


Opening Reception:
Thursday, February 13 — 4:30pm to 6:00pm
On display through April 29, 2020

Featured Artists:

Joe Caracappa,  Barbara Danser,  Barbara Jo Kingsley,  Stacy Hannings, Bill Whyte, Tami Lannom   & Deb Mathews

Music by Larry Ahern

Light Refreshments will be served.

Bring your friends!

MCH Healing Arts Gallery is adjacent to the Sarah Hogate Bacon Emergency Department.

For more information call LeeAnn Moore at 603-924-1700

Experience the ethereal allure of artistic expression at the MCH Healing Arts Gallery’s latest exhibition, “Esprit.” Join us for a captivating journey as we unveil this collection featuring the works of artists: Joe Caracappa, Barbara Danser, Barbara Jo Kingsley, Stacy Hannings, Bill Whyte, Tami Lannom, and Deb Mathews.

Mark your calendars for the Opening Reception on Thursday, February 13, from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm. Let the ambiance be serenaded by the melodic tunes of Larry Ahern as you explore the creations on display. Immerse yourself in the visual poetry of “Esprit,” a celebration of the spirit that transcends through diverse artistic perspectives.

The MCH Healing Arts Gallery, nestled next to the Sarah Hogate Bacon Emergency Department, welcomes you to revel in the magic of art. Light refreshments will be served. Share this enriching experience with friends and kindred spirits, as we embrace the beauty of creativity together.

“Esprit” will grace the gallery walls through April 29, 2020. For further details, feel free to contact LeeAnn Moore at 603-924-1700. Join us in celebrating the spirit of art and community at Monadnock Community Hospital’s Healing Arts Gallery.

Healing Arts Gallery
The Healing Arts Gallery was created to host a venue for artists to exhibit in varied mediums, resulting in a visual experience which promotes the proven healing and restorative benefits of art. The Healing Arts Gallery is located at Monadnock Community Hospital adjacent to the Emergency Services Department entrance. The gallery is open to all.