CONCORD, NH - Celina M. Adams of Kittery, Maine, has joined the Board of Directors the Northern Forest Center. Adams is a trusted philanthropic advisor to individuals, families and businesses seeking to achieve the greatest good with their resources. Adams...
What better way to spend a summer day than to paddle your way down the lazy Contoocook River in August? You can do just that on Sunday, August 20th when Five Rivers Conservation Trust invites the public to join them for a paddle down the river.
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s instantly recognizable posters are fixtures on the walls of millions of homes worldwide. Although the original works of art are more than 100 years old, their continued prevalence is a reminder of the influence he continues to have on art, and especially graphic design. Lautrec’s often colorful lithographs reveal the enduring beauty of Paris. They also feature the city’s more shadowy figures, whose lives the artist celebrated through his art. Drawn from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, the Currier’s exclusive New England presentation will present more than 100 posters, prints and illustrated books.
On Monday, August 21, Granite Staters will have the rare opportunity to experience a solar eclipse! While New Hampshire is not in the path of totality, it is close enough so that fully 62% of the sun will be eclipsed by Earth’s moon, creating a dramatic view of this celestial phenomenon. The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center has joined with the New Hampshire Science Teachers Association to celebrate the eclipse with a full day of rain or shine activities on August 21, culminating with a gathering outside the Center in the afternoon to watch the eclipse:
Saturday, August 12, 10 am to noon New Hampshire residents receive free museum general admission before noon, courtesy of The Botnick Family Foundation and E&R Laundry and Dry Cleaners. Stop by to browse the galleries and enjoy creative studio. www.currier.org
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Twilight at the Currier Saturday, July 22, 5 to 9 pm The Currier Museum of Art is throwing a summer block party. This first-of-its-kind summer event focuses on family-friendly activities including art-making, an art battle with Positive Street Art, food...
You are bound to know someone that has received a meal kit such as Blue Apron or Hello Fresh. These meal kits include recipes and pre-measured ingredients that you cook at home and they have taken the food industry by storm in the last few years
A turkey gobbled from a high perch in a pine tree every night for a week before the trail of turkey feathers littered the pathway at the bottom of the hill. Maybe the bobcat that neighbors had seen in the area took the turkey. No one knows the story behind that wildlife encounter, but Cogswell Hill in Canterbury is likely to continue to host a wide variety of wildlife because Howard Moffett along with new owners Chris and Jim Devine worked with Five Rivers Conservation Trust to conserve 56 acres where this wildlife encounter occurred. Moffett has owned and loved this property for 32 years. He wanted to conserve the land before he sold it and was pleased to find buyers who planned uses of the property that were compatible with his conservation goals.
Grace Episcopal Church will hold an Inside-Outside Yard Sale, Sat. June 17, 8 am to 1 pm at 30 Eastman Street (off Exit 16), Concord, NH. No worries if it rains. Lots of attic treasures, books, housewares, tools, and a...