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June 2014

Governor Hassan and DHHS Launch Application Process for NH Health Protection Plan

Beginning tomorrow, July 1, New Hampshire residents can begin applying for New Hampshire Health Protection Insurance coverage that will start on August 15. Applications can be submitted online at www.nheasy.nh.gov or www.healthcare.gov, by calling the Medicaid Service Center at 1-888-901-4999, by downloading a paper application at www.dhhs.nh.gov or by visiting a DHHS district office. Read more →


Waterville Valley Tennis Canter has announced that it will once again host the annual New Hampshire Open, this year running from July 18 to 20. As one of the most important tennis events of the year, the $10,000 New Hampshire Open Tennis Championships is set on the 18 red clay court complex of the Waterville Valley Tennis Center. Read more →


The Discovery Center has a brand new planetarium show on its roster, To Space and Back, and will bring back some old favorites for summer visitors. Art meets Science in the Discovery Center’s new NASA exhibit, The Sun as Art. Throughout the summer, the Discovery Center will showcase never-before-seen items from its collection of aviation and space-related artifacts. Read more →


In its recently updated Strategic Plan Five Rivers Conservation Trust’s Board of Trustees acknowledged the dramatic increase in the number of properties the Trust has conserved and the opportunities for more proactive conservation work, stronger partnerships, and even greater community involvement. To help realize these goals, Five Rivers has just announced that Beth McGuinn of Canterbury has been hired as its first full-time executive director. Read more →


Hundreds set to Walk the Seacoast on Saturday, July 5th to end the Influence of Money in Politics Portsmouth, NH — On Saturday, July 5th, hundreds of citizens are set to walk the New Hampshire Seacoast, joining the NH Rebellion... Read more →


Opening Celebration Festival Orchestra Donato Cabrera, conductor Mendelssohn: Overture to A Midsummer Night’s Dream in E major, Op. 21 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467, Frances Renzi, piano Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major, Op.... Read more →


The Currier Museum of Art is pleased to announce the acquisition of an important late oil painting by American John Marin (1870-1953). Movement in Red (1946) reveals Marin’s bold technique, which conveys a dynamic vision of boats sailing off the coast of Cape Split, Maine. It is on view in the Currier’s Modern Gallery. Read more →


June 23 – August 22 The Currier Museum Art Center offers studio art classes for students of all ages and abilities. The Summer term runs June 23 through August 22 and features week-long art camps for kids ages 5-12, week-long... Read more →


Governor Hassan and DHHS Announce Implementation Timeline for NH Health Protection Program Enrollment to Begin July 1, Coverage to Begin in August

Governor Hassan and DHHS Announce Implementation Timeline for NH Health Protection Program Enrollment to Begin July 1, Coverage to Begin in August Read more →


Thom Perkins of Intervale, NH, has been given the lifetime achievement award from Ski NH. The award recognized his contributions to Nordic skiing in New Hampshire. The award was presented by Cory Schwartz, the UNH Nordic Ski Team coach, and Ben Wilcox from Cranmore Mountain Resort. Read more →