Because Donald Trump has failed to do his job, more hardworking Americans will lose theirs.  Because Trump failed to listen to the science professionals, more people will get sick and lose their lives.  Because Trump failed to prepare America for this health crisis, more Americans who worked hard to prepare for their retirements will have lost their savings just when they need them. Read more →


Experience a sweet weekend in Canterbury at the town-wide Canterbury Maple Festival on Saturday and Sunday, March 21 and 22.  Feast on homemade buttermilk pancakes, tour four different sugar houses, a brewery, a distillery, and a smoke house, learn how to start sugaring yourself, and sample or purchase exceptional maple treats and products at every location. Brings the kids, and enjoy special activities and meeting farm animals such as goats, chickens, pigs and cows. Read more →


The public is invited to “Discover the music inside you,” when Concord Community Music School opens its doors for the free Community Music Fest, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on Saturday, March 30, at 23 Wall Street in downtown Concord, New Hampshire. Read more →


Waterville Valley Resort has a new New Hampshire College Pass for the 2020/21 Season. For just $289, The New Hampshire College Pass gives students unrestricted access to four resorts including Waterville Valley, Cannon, Cranmore, and Gunstock for a combined 258 trails, 944 skiable acres, 6,800 vertical, 17 parks, and night skiing at both Gunstock and Cranmore. Read more →


The Kimball Jenkins, Inc. Board of Directors has announced that it has appointed Julianne Gadoury, an experienced arts administrator and Concord resident, to lead the nonprofit, effective March 17, 2020.  As Executive Director of the School of Art, Gadoury will craft and implement a vision and strategy for Kimball Jenkins to be responsive to the needs of the community. The organization will continue its commitment to excellence in the arts and cultural programming, and historic preservation.  Read more →


Join Concord Community Music School faculty member and multi-instrumentalist Eric Klaxton for an exploration of how three musical mavericks made a lasting impact on American culture, in the Bach’s Lunch Lecture “Pioneers of New Orleans Music: Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, and Fats Waller,” Thursday, March 5, at 12:10pm. Trumpeter Louis Armstrong, a New Orleans native, championed New Orleans music around the country and world, eventually becoming a household name. Fewer know the name of clarinetist and saxophonist Sidney Bechet, another native to the Crescent City. As Armstrong was to the trumpet, Bechet was to the saxophone. Up in Harlem, New York, Fats Waller was writing songs and developing a style of piano playing that had roots in New Orleans that would in turn influence the New Orleans style for years to come. Read more →


The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is open from 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. every day for February vacation, through Sunday, March 1.  Each day, visitors will be able to choose from five different planetarium shows, explore science galleries, engage in science and engineering activities - and just in time for February vacation, the Discovery Center has opened a new exhibition, Virtual Fish Tank. Read more →