CONCORD, NH – As a proud partner of the fifth annual Capital Arts Fest in downtown Concord, NH, Concord Community Music School presents its free Arts Fest Open House on Saturday, September 25, from 10:00am to 4:00pm. No musical experience? No problem! The Arts Fest Open House is admission-free and open to everyone, with participatory musical activities and performances. Pop in for a session, or stay the whole time, and don’t miss the all-day “musical yard sale” on the lower level. SAT. SEPT. 25 - MUSIC SCHOOL’S ARTS FEST OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE 10:00-10:45am: Music and Movement with Heather Oberheim (Community...
NHTI's Film Society, together with Barry Steelman, is pleased to present the 24th annual Manhattan Short Film Festival featuring the most creative short films in the world - judged internationally by the cinema-going public. The NHTI Film Society, celebrating its 21st season, is one of the region's premier venues for independent, foreign, and classic films. This year's festival will again be seen by audiences around the world.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will host its monthly online Super Stellar Friday series as Tom Mortimer talks about New Hampshire minerals via Zoom webinar on Friday, October 1st at 7 pm. Over three hundred different minerals have been identified in New Hampshire. This talk will introduce the different mineral environments within our state and provide some guidelines for amateur prospecting and collecting minerals. Following the presentation, Tom will answer audience questions in a Q & A session. Online registration is required to access the presentation; see the museum’s website, starhop.com, to register and submit questions in advance. This event is free, but donations are welcome.
If there’s one thing every business wants, it’s extra customers. Whatever methods you decide to use to promote your business, you want to be sure they are effective, bringing in plenty of customers and extra money. Often, marketers look to sell you products to promote your business far and wide, but sometimes the best thing to do is advertise locally.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will host its monthly online Super Stellar Friday series as NASA Solar System Ambassador and Educator Fellow Sally Jensen talks about the Hubble Space Telescope and James Webb Space Telescope missions on Friday, September 3rd at 7 pm. For the past 30 years the Hubble Space Telescope has given us an incredible view of the universe to study and explore. Sally will guide viewers from the origins of placing a telescope in orbit around the Earth, through the technical issues over the years, and the amazing findings that this scope has given us. Hubble’s successor, the James Webb Telescope, which will soon be launched, will carry on this study of our universe.
During Address Today, President Biden Lays Out His Vision for Lowering Drug Prices by Allowing Medicare to Negotiate on Behalf of All Americans
“Senator Maggie Hassan and Senate Democrats have responded with bold action necessary to meet this moment,” said Protect Our Care New Hampshire State Director Jayme Simoes.
The M/S Mount Washington is one of the five properties that the State Historical Resources Council has added to the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places. The current Mount has served New Hampshire on Lake Winnipesaukee since 1940. In addition to its history within the tourism industry, it continues to be integral to the tradition of determining "ice out" on the lake, which is officially determined when the ship can travel to all five of its ports of call. Today’s Mount is last in a line of vessels that provided water transportation between the major communities surrounding Lake Winnipesaukee.
The Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) has created the new Lynda Cohen Performing Arts Series, which will offer two free concerts this summer. Presenting the musical acts Beg, Steal or Borrow and Low Lily, both concerts will be hosted at the AMC Highland Center, located in the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. Concerts are open to the public and preregistration for attendees is encouraged.
Summer begins on Thursday, July 1 at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center: The museum will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m. seven days a week through September 5, with reservations for general admission and planetarium shows available through the Center’s website or by phone. The Discovery Center’s summer exhibits include lunar exhibits, weather exhibits from the Mount Washington Observatory complemented by the Discovery Center’s upgraded DIY weather reporting station, aviation simulators, and a special NH Space Grant featured project: exhibits created by high school students from the Applied Technology Center in Milford, NH and Seacoast School of Technology in Exeter, NH on how living and working in space affects the human body.