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October 2016

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center is pleased to announce that Jonathan Bird, producer of the planetarium show Space School, will be a special guest at its premiere of Space School on Friday night, November 4. The president of Oceanic Research Group, Jonathan Bird is an underwater photographer and cinematographer, author and winner of numerous Emmy awards for his feature film and television productions, including Jonathan Bird’s Blue World. Bird, who earned a master’s degree in ocean engineering from the University of New Hampshire and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, will introduce Space School and then stay after the show for a question-and-answer session with the audience. Read more →

Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club is the oldest conservation and recreation organization in the United States. With over 92,000 members in the Northeast and beyond, the nonprofit AMC promotes the protection, enjoyment, and wise use of the mountains, rivers and trails of the Appalachian region. Read more →

Amid the snowflakes this winter, a bit of Mexican sun will make Waterville Valley’s Town Square a bit brighter with the opening of La Hacienda Mexicana. Waterville Valley Resort announced the opening of the new restaurant featuring Mexican classics set above the Town Square with views over Corcoran Pond. Read more →

The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will premiere its newest planetarium show, Space School, on Friday night, November 4 for Super Stellar Friday, thanks to generous support from New Hampshire Space Grant. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; at 7 p.m., t Read more →

Bookended by toe-tapping, folk-infused concerts, the first ever Fall Fiddle Festival at the Concord Community Music School will feature the genre-defying band Fugue Mill, a stellar lineup of fiddlers, a jam-packed day of workshops and sessions, and a toe-tapping evening concert of Irish, Quebecois, Scandinavian, and Old-Time fiddle music. Read more →

At the south end of the covered bridge advertises itself as America's oldest general store. Soon to reopen, it offers a variety of simple groceries, sandwiches and snacks to trail users, while the adjacent ice cream shop provides toilets and water upon request. Picnic tables are located on a deck overlooking the covered bridge at the East End of the building. The Brick Store also operates a Mail Order business for its wide variety of gift items and specifically invites inquiries by mail. Old Brick Store Bath, NH 03740 Old Brick Store bath nh Over at the general store, business... Read more →