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July 2010

DesMarteaux Upsets Gresh To Win NH Open Tennis

The #2 seed Louis Desmarteaux of Hull, MA defeated defending champion and 7-time winner of the NH Open Jamie Gresh of Newport Beach, CA with a decisive 6-4, 6-2 win during the 29th Annual New Hampshire Open Tennis Championships in... Read more →

Dine, Dance, and enjoy cool, tropical tunes on the Parrot Head Cruise

The M/S Mount offers cruisers tropical ambiance on the Parrot Head Cruise where Buffet tunes will breeze through the air. On Friday, July 30 cruisers can dine and dance to classic Buffet tunes. Passengers are welcome to dress for the... Read more →

New Rock This! Country Music Fest Comes to Waterville Valley

What happens when you mix contemporary country music with the White Mountains of New Hampshire? The new Waterville Valley Rock This! Country Music Fest. The concert will take place Saturday, July 31 and Sunday, August 1. The five-band line up... Read more →

Municipal Energy Reduction Fund Workshop: Learn how to reduce municipal energy costs

The New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) will present a Municipal Energy Reduction Fund Workshop on Wednesday, July 28th at the Local Government Center in Concord. Two sessions will be offered: 1-4 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. Workshop participants will... Read more →

Indulge in a taste of New England on the M/S Mount Washington

Enjoy a taste of New England on the Summer Lobsterfest Cruise with the M/S Mount Washington. Fresh Maine lobsters will be served on the boat, as guests dine and dance to live music. Ambiance is provided by the twilight of... Read more →

"The Miser" comes to The Barnstormers Theatre July 20 to 24

The Barnstormers Theater presents Molière's classic comedy of manners "The Miser" from July 20 to 24 in Tamworth, NH. Harpagon, a penny-pinching money-lender, is the cheapest man in town. He rules over his household and his children with a tight... Read more →

The Margret and H.A. Rey Center is pleased to present 400 Miles Down the Connecticut River, a lecture by Michael Tougias, on Friday, July 16 from 8:00 – 9:00 p.m. at the Rey Center at Waterville Valley Town Square! There... Read more →

Mondays are for Rockin-n-Rollin and Swinging to the Oldies on the M/S Mount Washington

This summer, the M/S Mount Washington invites those 60+ to cruise the waters of Lake Winnipesaukee on Monday evenings for $10 off the regular adult ticket price. Cruises each week will be customized with different themes accompanied by dancing and... Read more →

Hopkinton‘s Bohanan Farm Protected

Hopkinton, NH -- Five Rivers Conservation Trust and the Town of Hopkinton announced that they had completed the Bohanan Farm conservation project this week. In the deal, some 413 acres of Bohanan Farm were permanently protected as agricultural land and... Read more →

Currier Museum of Art’s Fall Exhibition The Secret Life of Art Supported by TD Charitable Foundation

The Currier Museum of Art is pleased to announce a grant in the amount of $20,000 from the TD Charitable Foundation, the charitable giving arm of TD Bank, to support a major interactive public education initiative through the exhibition The... Read more →