Upcoming discussion addresses ways to meet the needs of New Hampshire’s changing population
The Federal Northern Border Regional Commission has announced a new round of development and infrastructure grants for Maine communities. The maximum grant for any applicant is $500,000 for infrastructure projects and $250,000 for other projects. The grant applications are now available and can be accessed at the Commission’s website: www.nbrc.gov.
Manchester, NH – The Currier Museum of Art, New Hampshire’s premier art museum, will receive a grant from the Lincoln Financial Foundation to fund elementary school visits. This year, the Foundation will contribute $20,500, a more than 25% expansion over...
Because April showers sometimes bring more than May flowers, the New Hampshire Insurance Department wants you to make sure you understand your home’s flood risk and whether you're protected, just in case.
Gene Chandler and Kim Sperry recognized
Upcoming discussion addresses the needs of New Hampshire’s changing demographics
This April the New Hampshire Travel Council’s Governor’s Conference on Tourism is back in Concord to look at the future of tourism in the Granite State and the road ahead. On April 18 New Hampshire’s tourism industry will come together at Grappone Conference Center to focus on communication and education, share best practices, explore new ideas and strategies, network with colleagues and welcome Governor Chris Sununu. The Conference will also be a great opportunity to discuss the Governor’s proposals on tourism and look at how we promote New Hampshire’s as a destination.
Waterville Valley Resort and Waterville Valley Black and Blue Trail Smashers (WVBBTS) announced today a new multi-year comprehensive partnership with the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA). The agreement designates Waterville Valley Resort as a U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Development Site, confirming two annual competitive events.
Max Page will offer a critique of historic preservation today and propose a progressive vision for preservation policy in his keynote address. He will suggest how the preservation movement can be a force for social justice, contributing to building more sustainable, meaningful and fair communities by saving and interpreting places of pain, making our homes and cities more sustainable, and rethinking the concepts of authenticity, integrity and significance.
Alzheimer’s Café April 12, 2 to 4 pm An opportunity for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia—along with their loved ones and caregivers—to enjoy art and good company in a safe space. FREE to attend, no RSVP required. Supported by the...