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October 2009

12 photographers selected for Currier photo slam Nov. 5

MANCHESTER, NH — Recently, the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH, offered the opportunity for photographers to compete to have their works displayed at the museum and to participate in a "Photo Slam." After reviewing nearly one hundred entries,... Read more →


Preservation Alliance announces 2009 "Seven to Save" sites Oct. 28

CONCORD, N.H. -Do you care about New Hampshire's irreplaceable historic places? Come to East Derry for the announcement of the Preservation Alliance's annual Seven to Save and a tour of the historic village on Wednesday October 28th. The Seven to... Read more →


Snow-vember/December kicks off Waterville Valley Ski and Stay Savings

Waterville Valley, N.H.- As winter approaches and the snow starts to fly, skiers and riders can get an early start on the season with this ski & stay package of two nights lodging and two days of lift tickets. Through... Read more →


Association of Historical Societies of NH recognizes 2009 award winners

The Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire honored five historical societies and two individuals at a ceremony at the New London Historical Society on October 17. These first-ever awards pay tribute to outstanding examples of preserving, interpreting or promoting... Read more →


IBEX space research results to be announced October 15

WHAT Mission results from the Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) will be announced after a year long operation to study and map the last unexplored region of our solar system – where solar wind goes subsonic and meets interstellar medium. WHEN... Read more →


Local history success stories to be celebrated October 17

The Association of Historical Societies of New Hampshire (AHSNH) will honor five historical societies for outstanding achievement in collection management, documentation and education at a ceremony at the New London Historical Society on October 17 at noon. Two individuals will... Read more →


Local lawyer tackles ultramarathon distance to benefit legal services

On November 1st, 2009, New Hampshire lawyer Ron Abramson will run the City of Manchester Marathon, as a designated pace group leader for runners looking to finish just under 3 hours and 50 minutes. But, instead of stopping at the... Read more →


November schedule of events at the Currier Museum of Art

MANCHESTER, NH-- Brett Weston: Out of the Shadow, is on display October 10, 2009 through January 3, 2010 at the Currier Museum of Art. It is the first major exhibition in 30 years dedicated to this brilliant, visionary, and prodigious... Read more →


HEAL promotes healthy eating, active living at annual conference

Concord, NH - On October 6, 2009 at the HEAL Annual Conference, state and local policy makers, school administrators, teachers, doctors, nurses, business owners, human resource managers and others joined together to continue working to create a New Hampshire where... Read more →


Endowment for Health awards more than $883,000 to statewide health projects

Concord, NH – The Endowment for Health, New Hampshire’s largest health foundation, recently awarded more than $883,000 in grants. Awards were made to organizations for the resources necessary to forward health-related projects through planning, convening, technical assistance, research, public policy... Read more →