In the shadow of Mt.Monadnock, fall is a colorful time. It's not beach weather, and the almost frantic pace of summer activities is past. The days are long, and the sun is strong. It's our favorite time of year.
Many ski areas provide chairlift rides throughout the summer
The annual White Mountain Storytelling Festival returns to Waterville Valley on September 23-25, bringing stories for guests of all ages.
On Friday August 5, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will feature THX 1138, George Lucas’ directorial debut, in which love is the ultimate crime. Set in the dystopian future, THX 1138 revolves around two rebels, played by a young Robert Duvall and Maggie McOmie, who try to break out of their rigidly-controlled society’s drug-induced, robot-controlled norms. Shot in the newly constructed BART tunnels in San Francisco in 1971, this artistically-shot film foreshadows some of elements in Lucas’ future Star Wars series.
The Great North Woods, or Bois du Nord as the French Canadians call it, is just that—great and north. It comprises nearly the entire northern third of the state. This land is nearly all forests and is part of the largest contiguously forested expanses left in the United States. From the 1820s to the Civil War, this region produced more timber than anywhere in the world did.
In celebration of the upcoming international release of Star Trek Beyond this week, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center has once again put its collection of classic Star Trek memorabilia on display. Joining the display of real artifacts from Star Trek: The Movie and Star Trek: Next Generation, the memorabilia includes items loaned by community members, including the Center’s avid Trekkie, Executive Director Jeanne T. Gerulskis.
Handcrafted chocolates are a treat any time of the year. But, New Hampshire might not be the first place you think of as a chocolate-lovers haven, but a surprising number of fine chocolatiers dot the landscape of every region–some on main streets in town centers, others tucked away in more rural corners of the state.
A private concierge, a kitchen with every possible gizmo, sweeping views across New Hampshire, an indoor garden, and 12,000 square feet of high fashion luxury. The Penthouse in the Sky is now open for business, set more than 17 stories above Manchester with every imaginable luxury!
Sandwich Open Barns: Lecture & Tour, on Saturday, August 20 will feature this 1875 Yankee barn which houses a herd of alpaca, a flock of chickens and a Percheron draft horse.
“Bring your passion for architecture, music, art, and…..shoes," says the Reverend Gail Kinney WNHNFM Board President. “ In case you missed the recent Killer Heels exhibit at the Currier Museum in Manchester we’ve got shoes-make that more than 100 select pairs of extraordinary shoes owned by one woman." (Maureen- not Imelda!). For the price of an entree, you’ll get a smorgasbord of visual delights from historic architecture, funky up cycling, eclectic art and the shoes -public art for the foot. Help us keep your community radio station well heeled.