During the conservation process, hundreds of neighbors, school children, and outdoor enthusiasts toured the farm learning about its crops, how the foundation stones were cut from granite, and how the Stone Farm would be conserved through a community effort. Supporters attended a special jazz and chocolate party to help raise funds, and over the past year, 151 families made small and large donations to ensure that this historic, productive farm continues to be available for agriculture and forestry.
Registration is now open for the Concord Community Music School’s spring semester. From classical to classic rock, early childhood programs to ensembles, and flutes to fiddles, the Music School offers a wide range of opportunities for students of all ages and levels to pursue their musical interests.
A 40-day spiritual journey from the Source to the Sea May 31 - July 9, 2017 CONCORD, NH - The first-ever spiritual Pilgrimage along the length of the Connecticut River, from northern New Hampshire to the Atlantic Ocean will be...
Thousands of men and women from across New Hampshire converged in Concord today to be a part of the New Hampshire Women’s Day of Action & Unity. They rallied in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington DC and with more than 100 Women’s Marches across America. Those in attendance stood together to listen to speakers and to support the progress made for human rights, workers’ rights, LGBTQ rights, economic justice, environmental justice, racial justice, and reproductive justice.
Thousands have RSVP’d to come together on the lawn in front of the New Hampshire State House this Saturday for a New Hampshire Women’s Day of Action & Unity in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington. More than a dozen organizations have joined from around the state to send a message to elected officials in Concord and Washington, D.C.
At Louis Karno we like to keep our clients informed of market trends. We took a survey of recent reports and forecast for 2017 and distilled the top thinking on what will be hot and emerging in 2017 – we hope this helps you have a great year!
This week, the Waterville Valley Resort hosted the Toyota U.S. Revolution Tour and two New Hampshire teens took the podium in the freeski and snowboard slopestyle competitions. On January 10, 2017, WVBBTS-SEF freeski slopestyle athlete Grace Henderson (Masbury, N.H.) took first place in the second of two freeski slopestyle competitions in the Rev Tour event taking place at Waterville Valley Resort.
Part of 52 Barns in 52 Weeks campaign
The Margret and H.A. Rey Center is holding its annual fundraising Gala Dinner & Auction on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at the Waterville Valley Resort Conference Center in Waterville Valley, NH.
The recent Boston Globe Spotlight series on the private schools and issues of sexual misconduct – often from years ago – has rekindled the topic for many media outlets.