Family Fun

Sunday, October 16, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Each month, enjoy a delicious brunch while talented local jazz musicians entertain you. Reservations are required by emailing JazzBrunch@Currier.org. Museum general admission not included. Cost of Brunch: $19.95 Adults; $8.95 Children 10 and under;... Read more →


Free New Hampshire Saturdays Saturday, October 8 and 15, 10 a.m.-noon New Hampshire residents receive free Museum general admission before noon on the second Saturday of each month. Stop by and browse the galleries. Bonus this month, enjoy an additional... Read more →


Grace Episcopal Church invites Concord residents to the 7th Annual Pork Fest fundraiser on Saturday, September 10 from 12-2:30pm at Merrill Park on Eastman Street. The neighborhood cookout will feature BBQ pork, hamburgers and hot dogs, games, bounce houses and... Read more →


Fall term begins September 19 Kick start your fall at the Currier Museum Art Center. Join us for creative courses and workshops for every age and skill-level. We offer training in a variety of artistic media including paint, clay, glass,... Read more →


The Black Bear Half Marathon and 5K on Sunday, August 28, leads runners on a scenic tour of Waterville Valley. The route weaves along quiet country roads and trails and begins and finishes in the Town Square. The Half Marathon... Read more →


Saturday, July 30, 2-4 p.m. Author and Manchester historian Aurore Eaton and Currier curator Kurt Sundstrom will lead guests on a tour of the Millyard Museum that examines where the history and art of Amoskeag Millyard and the Amoskeag Workers... Read more →


Discover Hillsborough on Saturday, August 20 & Sunday the 21st, 2016 with the Eighth Annual Living History Event. Visit with Abigail Adams, wife of President John Adams, Molly Pitcher, who carried water to soldiers, and Annie Oakley, famous sharpshooter portrayed by Kim Hanley. Listen to Rob Vellela reading in the persona of Nathaniel Hawthorne or Alan Hoffman talking about Marquis de Lafayette at the President Franklin Pierce Homestead. Read more →