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July 2013

#Visual Dispatches Vietnam War photojournalism reflected the grim realities of human conflict in an unflinching manner that challenged viewers around the world to see war at its most stark. Visual Dispatches from the Vietnam War, on view at the Currier... Read more →


First Thursday LIVE! Ragtime Music and Poster Competition Voting Thursday, August 1 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Enjoy a leisurely evening playing games, listening to a ragtime-style performance by New Hampshire pianist and composer William Ögmundson, and socializing with old and new... Read more →


#NHMF @ Capital Center for the Arts Friday, August 9 8:00 PM Capitol Center for the Arts, Concord, Orchestra and Festival Chorus  Celebrating Joel Johnson's 50th Summer Season! Donato Cabrera and Joel Johnson, conductors  Handel - Coronation Anthem... Read more →


#Robin Abbott Robin Abbott, director of gift planning at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, has been awarded the professional designation of Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) by the Richard D. Irwin Graduate School of the American College, based in Bryn... Read more →


#Shari Landry CONCORD – Shari Landry, vice president of philanthropy at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, has been awarded the professional designation of Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) by the Richard D. Irwin Graduate School of the American College, based... Read more →


Association recognizes innovation and growth at wood products company

#Maine Wood Concepts NEW VINEYARD, ME –The Maine Wood Products Association will present its Pine Tree Award to Maine Wood Concepts – a family owned and operated custom wood products company in Franklin County –in August for its contributions to... Read more →


#Donated Conservation Easement Geraldine Phelps generously donated the conservation easement on her 12-acre property in Webster to Five Rivers Conservation Trust. Ms. Phelps’ property contains productive forest, supports a habitat for migrating barn swallows and provides a scenic view from... Read more →


Chapman to Depart Monadnock Music December 31, 2013

#Chapman to Depart After nearly three years as executive director of Monadnock Music, during which time the organization has improved its financial standing and welcomed a return to its artistic roots, William J.H. Chapman has decided to depart the organization... Read more →


If you like art, wine and cheese, then you are going to love Waterville Valley’s 3rd annual Art, Wine and Cheese fundraising event on Saturday, July 27, 2013. This engaging annual event benefits the art and science educational programs of... Read more →


– On August 3, pianist Stephen Drury, a proponent of contemporary and modern repertoire, plays Frederic Rzewski’s tour-de-force The People United Will Never Be Defeated!, a set of 36 variations on the Chilean song "¡El pueblo unido jamás será vencido!"... Read more →