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February 2017

It’s contemporary season at the Currier! On view now through May 21, explore Deep Cuts: Contemporary Paper Cutting. This exhibition will showcase work by artists who reconsider, redefine and even subvert the centuries-old practice of paper cutting. Read more →


A selection of lodges at are offering free lift tickets to kids during New Hampshire vacation week. Families who purchase ski & stay packages for February 22nd to March 3rd from Town Square Condos will receive a free Junior (for ages 6-12) or Teen lift ticket (for ages 13-17) with every Adult lift ticket at Waterville Valley Resort. Package includes 30% discounts on group lessons, Kids Venture Kamps, child care, and rentals. Read more →


Local Baskit, the first company to offer cook-at-home meal kits exclusively for New Hampshire customers with a focus on locally grown produce and meats, will open its own retail space this Friday in Concord at 10 Ferry Street. Local Baskit Concord Marketplace will be Concord's newest beer, wine and food specialty store with Local Baskit subscription plan pickup as well as single meal kits. The opening will be celebrated with samples from Lef Farms, Miles Read more →


On Thursday, March 2, Peggy Senter, president and founder of the Music School, will give a lecture titled “Musical Migrations: Schubert, Spirituals & Show Tunes.” The following week, on Thursday, March 9, Music School faculty members Hannah Schramm Murray, soprano, and Calvin Herst, piano, will team up to present a concert titled “Taking Flight: American Songs of Migration.” Read more →


The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will be open from 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. every day for February vacation, from Saturday, February 18 through Sunday, March 5. The winter break will kick off the day before vacation - on Friday February 17 - with a special 3 p.m. showing of the new planetarium show Dynamic Earth. Read more →


Concord’s annual March Mandolin Festival is celebrating its 15th year! This year’s festival presents two concerts with a lineup of virtuoso mandolinists, whose musicianship showcases the range and expressive qualities of the mandolin. The concerts will take place on Friday, March 3 at the Stone Church in Newmarket and on Saturday, March 4 at the Concord Community Music School in Concord. Read more →


Innovative artists can create remarkable objects from simple materials, such as paper, construction supplies, and light. These elements combine in experimental fashion in two new contemporary exhibitions opening at the Currier Museum of Art on Saturday, February 25, 2017. Read more →


It’s not too late to find a great February school vacation week special at New Hampshire’s ski areas. Whether you ski, ride, or prefer cross country and snow shoeing, there are many family-oriented activities and great deals across the Granite State to get you out of the house and into the snow. Read more →


For the 50th Anniversary Movie Premiere, Waterville Valley Resort will open an exhibition where guests may browse archive pictures, learn about the Resort’s history and future, and take a picture with friends in an interactive selfie station. Commemorative 50th Anniversary Books will be presented by author and graphic designer Will Zimicki, and will be available for purchase. The event is supported by 603 Brewery Waterville Valley Wheat. Read more →