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January 2015

Saturday, January 31, noon-4 p.m. Teens and adults will make dramatic and artistic fused and slumped glass creations, including plates, coasters, bowls and jewelry. This workshop will cover fusing and design techniques to make stunning 3-D works of art using... Read more →


A Day to Play in Clay: Valentine Vases Saturday, January 31, 1-3 p.m. Children (ages 5+) and their parents can make a clay vase during this fun weekend workshop! Nothing says “I love you” like a handmade gift. Participants will... Read more →


Barn Tax Incentive Use Continues to Grow April 15 deadline for 2015 applications and renewals for 2005 easement holders Read more →


The Waterville Valley Hall of Fame Committee is very pleased to announce this years class: Ruth Antonides, Todd and Cynthia Baldwin, the trio of Ron Boulay, Richard Knight, Richard Giuliano, and Nick and Susie Preston. Read more →


In New Hampshire 46,642 consumers are signed up for Health Insurance Marketplace coverage

87 percent who selected plans in states using HealthCare.gov are getting financial assistance to lower monthly premiums; 2.5 million young people have selected a plan or been reenrolled nationwide; consumers have until Feb. 15 to sign up for coverage Read more →


Hunter Brayton, Pinnacle student-athlete played a big role in helping Team USA take 2nd place in the Hahnenkamm-Juniors competition yesterday. Read more →


Tim Sink is Citizen Arts Advocate of the Year

Concord, NH: On Friday, January 23, 2015, New Hampshire Citizens for the Arts is honoring Timothy Sink, president, Concord Chamber of Commerce for being a champion of the arts. A reception in his honor will be held at the Robert M. Larsen Gallery in Concord located at 29 School Street. The reception begins at 6:30 and includes remarks from Symphony New Hampshire conductor, Jonathan McPhee, as well as the presentation of the award. Immediately following the reception is a concert Beethoven Forever performed by Symphony New Hampshire at the Concord City Auditorium. The concert will feature an evening dedicated to the work of a master. Violinist Irina Muresanu, hailed as “not just a virtuoso, but an artist,” will tackle his violin concerto, one of the genre’s most beloved. The composer’s Egmont Overture and his Symphony No. 1 complete this program. Tickets for the concert and reception – which benefit NH Citizens for the Arts - can be purchased online by visiting www.nhcfa.org/Beethoven. The reception is sponsored by: b-fresh consulting, LLC, Louis Karno & Company, Talient Action Group, and Sulloway & Hollis, P.L.L.C. Read more →