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June 2010

The Barnstormers Theatre presents "Wait Until Dark," July 13 to 17

"Wait Until Dark," the consummate thriller by Frederick Knott (author of "Dial M for Murder"), comes to The Barnstormers Theatre in Tamworth, N.H. from July 13 to 17. A blind woman named Susy, alone in her New York apartment, is... Read more →


New Hampshire Charitable Foundation names new president: Richard Ober will succeed Lewis M. Feldstein

The Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation announced today that it has appointed Richard Ober of Dublin, New Hampshire, to the position of President. Ober will succeed Lewis M. Feldstein, who retires this summer after 24 years.... Read more →


Call for Nominations to New Hampshire Endangered Historic Properties List: “Seven to Save” spurs interest and support for saving community landmarks

Know of an endangered or at-risk historic building or structure in New Hampshire? The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is now requesting nominations for their annual listing of the most endangered historic properties in the state. The Seven to Save program... Read more →


Laugh and Dine Aboard the M/S Mount Washington with Bucky Lewis

Looking for an evening of interactive comedy and dinner as you cruise the waters of Lake Winnepesaukee? The M/S Mount Washington has your ticket. Guests are invited to join comedian Bucky Lewis for a dinner and comedy cruise on Sunday,... Read more →


Wednesdays are Family Party Nights Aboard the M/S Mount Washington

Wednesday evenings beginning June 30, the M/S Mount Washington will be hosting family-friendly cruises for all to attend. These low-cost cruises will take place weekly throughout the summer. Cruise tickets include a buffet dinner of carved turkey and a second... Read more →


Celebrate Independence Day with the M/S Mount Washington

Climb aboard the M/S Mount Washington this July 4th for an evening of food, fun, and fireworks. Every Independence Day on Lake Winnipesaukee, community members create their own displays of fireworks, and the M/S Mount Washington is on the waters... Read more →


Five Rivers Conservation Trust Hires New Executive Director

The Board of Five Rivers Conservation Trust has selected Jay Haines (Concord) to be the organization’s new Executive Director. Haines has served on several Concord based community nonprofit boards, and is currently President of Main Street Concord, and board member... Read more →


The dramatic natural landscape of New Hampshire has long been an inspiration to artists. The poet, Robert Frost, lived and wrote in Derry for nine years and taught at Plymouth State University later. The novelist, poet, playwright and painter, E.E.... Read more →


Currier Highlights Distinguished Collection of 20th-Century Prints and Ceramics from Vermont Couple

Over the course of forty years, Anne and Harry Wollman of Woodstock, Vermont, assembled one of the finest collections of expressionist and Pop art prints and studio ceramics in the region. As part of its summer exhibition series, the Currier... Read more →


M/S Mount Washington Set to Cruise for a King of Pop Celebration

The M/S Mount Washington invites guests to climb aboard and party into the night in honor of the King of Pop. At 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 25 the ship will depart from Weirs Beach for a dinner dance cruise... Read more →