NH Civics and NHPR will conclude its series of candid community conversations on citizenship in Berlin on May 17th, from 6-7 PM at the Berlin City Hall. These civics programs have been held around New Hampshire this spring with a diverse panel of guest speakers hosted by Laura Knoy.
The 2022 lineup of events will recognize this iconic New Hampshire symbol of endurance
The Bristol TD Bank Branch will host a webinar this month for small business owners looking to increase their profits. Open to all small businesses in the Newfound Lake Region, this latest installment in an TD Bank’s ongoing series will discuss how to increase sales, focus on the most important customers, and provide tools for increasing margins and focusing on profitability.
New Hampshire has a new resource to get small business owners the business advising and technical assistance they need–for free. New Hampshire’s Community Navigator Program has launched the website www.nhcommunitynavigator.org to make it easier for entrepreneurs and business owners from traditionally underserved communities to access key business resources, such as business counseling, marketing, and access to capital.
NH Civics and NHPR will bring a series of candid community conversations on citizenship to Rochester on May 3rd, from 6-7 PM at the Rochester Opera House. These civics programs are being held around New Hampshire with a diverse panel of guest speakers hosted by Laura Knoy.
On Friday night, April 15 at p.m., the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center and the Cowasuck Band of the Penacook Abenaki People present An Evening of Indigenous Stories of the Night Sky. In this free virtual program made possible by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities, emcees Chief Paul and Denise Pouliot, head speakers of the Cowasuck Band, welcome four noted indigenous storytellers to share tales of the stars, the Northern Lights, constellations important to Northeast Native America, and the Earth: HearsCrow, Anne Jennison, Louise Profeit-LeBlanc and Claudia Spears Moorehead.
NH Civics and NHPR will continue a series of candid community conversations on citizenship on April 19th, from 6-7 PM at the Nashua Public Library. These civics programs are being held around New Hampshire with a diverse panel of guest speakers hosted by Laura Knoy.
This annual tradition is marked with the launch of Rhythm Ciders’ latest cider
On Saturday, April 9th, from 7 to 9 p.m., the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will travel to the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum for Spemki Nib8iwi: The Heavens in the Night Time. Visitors are invited to this free outdoor program which will feature stargazing with an indigenous focus. In addition to a bonfire in the Museum’s parking lot, there will be hot drinks, and telescopes set up in the field for sky viewing. Guests will have the opportunity to hear about astronomical knowledge from a variety of indigenous backgrounds and make their own contributions.
Work underway to secure highly vulnerable historic structure