Current Affairs

Free New Hampshire Second Saturday Saturday, May 13, 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... Read more →


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. Read more →


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... Read more →


On Saturday, May 6, Concord, NH, will celebrate its cultural vitality with a full range of activities for all. The Capital Arts Fest will run from dawn to dusk with more than 20 events, including arts, film, music and festivities, both in and outside with a unique event in the city. Read more →


April 6, 6 to 9 pm Calling all ladies for a fun-filled night. Enjoy live music from local talent Lauren Miller, tours that highlight women in art and henna tattoos provided by ShrenikahennArt. Make time for yourself and enjoy a... Read more →


The National Endowment of the arts was created in 1965. It has an annual budget of $146.2 million to support "excellence in the arts" through arts education and efforts to bring the arts to everyone. The NEA has awarded more than 128,000 grants totaling more than $5 billion. The National Endowment for the Humanities supports research, education and public programs in the humanities at museums, libraries, colleges, public television, radio stations and other efforts. Operating under a $167.5 million annual budget, the NEH includes 65 humanities councils in the states – including New Hampshire. Read more →


Join the Preservation Alliance for a biennial conference for preservation advocates and practitioners, Preserving Community Character: Critical Issues and Opportunities, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Friday, April 21 at Concord City Auditorium. Hear about critical issues and opportunities in the... Read more →


The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance and Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center are pleased to announce their partnership in a series of three barn preservation workshops at Prescott Farm as a part of the enhanced programming the Alliance is offering with its 52 Barns in 52 Weeks initiative. Prescott Farm will begin a major barn preservation project of its two late 19th century barns this spring, making necessary repairs and modifications to provide much- needed program space. Read more →


To honor outstanding work in its field, the New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is seeking nominations for its annual Preservation Achievement Awards. The awards recognize individuals, organizations, or businesses in the categories of restoration and stewardship, rehabilitation and adaptive use, compatible new construction, public policy, and educational and planning initiatives. The deadline for submissions is March 12, 2017. Read more →