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April 2013

Thursday, May 2 from 5:30-7:30 pm Come listen to guitarist and folk singer/ songwriter Tristan Omand, the winner of the Hippo Press Best Solo Performer in 2011. Join museum staff for a 15-minute conversation about art during intermission and connect with fellow art enthusiasts. A cash bar and full menu is available in the café. Free for Currier members; $10 for non-members. There’s a $5 special exhibition charge to view Lethal Beauty; children 17 and under are always free. Read more →


Manchester, NH – Experience the mystery of the Samurai, a warrior class whose ancient code of conduct still guides contemporary Japanese culture and instructs modern martial arts. Weaponry, the most celebrated symbol of the Samurai, is noted for its duality: waging war/maintaining peace; instruments of death/objects of beauty; inspiring craftsmen/intimidating opponents. Take a look behind the sword to see the art, culture, faith, and focus of the Samurai at Lethal Beauty at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH—the only New England venue for this exhibition. The Samurai’s primary weapon, the mythic katana or long sword, today is prized... Read more →


Last Call For The Big Apple Express

Saturday, April 27 6:30 am-11:30 pm Take a luxury coach to NYC! The coach departs from the Catholic Diocese of Manchester (next to the museum at 153 Ash Street) promptly at 6:30 am. Arrive in Manhattan about 11:30 am and re-board the coach at 7 pm to arrive back in Manchester about 11:30 pm. $75 for members, $95 for non-members. To reserve call 603.669.6144 x108 by March 25. Price includes transportation only. Read more →


Monadnock Music partners with the MacDowell Colony -announced details related to the 2013 Festival,

Now in his second year as Monadnock Music Artistic Director, Gil Rose has assembled a season that continues the new artistic journey on which the organization embarked in the 2012 season. Read more →


"Fork in the Road" Cooking Classes offer classes for the novice and experienced alike to attend during a luxury vacation. Master your culinary skills with our two-day cooking school to learn how to prepare award-winning cuisine. Our hands-on cooking classes teach you the many culinary secrets under the tutelage of the Manor’s team of professionally trained chefs, sample the tempting dishes prepared during each of our vacation cooking school curriculum. Your epicurean escape will include: 2-Nights Accommodations 3-Course Candlelit Dinner for 2 Each Evening Full Gourmet Breakfast Each Morning Afternoon Tea Each Day Recipe Book Culinary Gift From The Manor... Read more →


Organic ingredients make the difference Holderness, NH – Connecting people and food through emotional experiences is the goal of The Manor on Golden Pond Executive Chef Peter Sheedy. And the Chef’s secret is simple: travelling New Hampshire’s back roads looking for the best fresh local ingredients. When Sheedy is not busy in the kitchen, he is visiting local producers to discover the perfect elements to his greatest mission. “When people get disconnected from their food, eating becomes banal, and this is sad. Food should be satisfying and delicious”, explains the Chef. According to Sheedy, using the best ingredients can make... Read more →


April 4, 2013 - Waterville Valley, NH - WVBBTS Snowsports Educational Foundation is proud to announce that USSA level 500 Certified Coach Adam Chadbourne will join the BBTS full-time staff on June 1, 2013. According to CEO & Executive Director, Peter Stokloza, “Adam brings a wealth of high-level experience, adding depth and national perspective to our exceptional coaching staff. As Director of Athletic Performance, Adam will ensure that our Alpine, Freestyle and Snowboard programs identify and support each athlete’s snowsports potential and works actively towards goal fulfillment.” Chadbourne will be working closely with Athletic Director, Tom Barbeau as well as... Read more →