Winter has arrived in the Mount Washington Valley and the Jackson Ski Touring Center is officially open for the 2015-16 season. Come see why Jackson was just named one of the “10 Best Winter Towns in New England” by Yankee Magazine.
The New Hampshire Insurance Department can help
The Currier Museum of Art is pleased to announce that Patricia Howard, Benjamin Kelley and Thomas Silvia have been elected to its Board of Trustees. “The Currier is fortunate to attract such community-minded and engaged people to its Board,” said M. Christine Dwyer, Currier Board president. “These three individuals bring to the Currier strong business experience and equally important, a passion for continuing the Museum’s tradition of bringing outstanding art and art education to the region.”
New Hampshire’s ski resorts are the place to be this holiday season. Although Mother Nature hasn’t been particularly cooperative with snow and cold, ski areas have still been able to take advantage of windows of snowmaking opportunity, and many New Hampshire ski areas’ lifts will be running, albeit servicing limited terrain. And while there hasn’t been an abundance of snow yet this season, ski areas will be offering plenty of activities – including many attractions typically available in the summer and fall months – for all ages, including families looking to spend some time outdoors over the holiday break.
The New Hampshire Insurance Department, along with insurance regulators in other states, has reached settlements with two national life insurance companies, Jackson National and AXA.
The New Hampshire Insurance Department announces that Heather Impey of South Royalton, Vt., was charged and convicted of felony insurance fraud.
Four CEOs from NH joined the Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy today in Manchester to discuss the economic and business case for quality childcare, paid leave and other policies that support families.
The Currier Museum of Art, located at 150 Ash Street, Manchester, N.H., is open every day except Tuesday. It is home to an internationally respected collection of European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs and sculpture, including works by Picasso, Matisse, Monet and O'Keeffe
Five Rivers Conservation Trust and the Friends of Stone Farm in Dunbarton are pleased to announce that they have received a grant of $119,500 from the Land and Community Heritage Investment Program to anchor the fundraising effort to conserve 200+ acres of the historic Stone Farm in Dunbarton.
The December Friday supper features Roast Turkey dinner with all the fixings and a Pumpkin Treat for dessert. So come, bring your family and friends and take the night off from cooking. There is no charge but donations are welcomed and support the Take-A-Tote Ministry which helps to feed Concord’s hungry school children.