The NHTI Film Society proudly presents Chinatown, Wednesday April 3rd at 7 pm in the Sweeney Auditorium. Rated “R” (1974) 2 hrs 10 mins.
On Thursday April 11, from 12 – 2 pm in the Library Living Room, NHTI will hold its 18th Annual Celebration of Poetry, featuring Domenic Scopa. The event includes a reading by Mr. Scopa, followed by a reception and open mic. Members of the college and the community are invited to listen and participate. Admission is free.
On Tuesday April 2nd at 6:00 pm, join us as Human Service student Chekeri Byimanikora shares the wonders and beauties of her homeland, Rwanda. Known as Igihugu cy’I misozi Igihumbi, or Land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda is rich in natural beauty. Come discover this amazing country, its people, its culture, its geography from a woman who will always have this special place close to her heart.
CONCORD, NH—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, April 6, at 23 Wall Street in downtown Concord, New Hampshire. The Community Music Fest is a whole new spin on the Music School’s former Performathon event, with a goal of ramping up the interactivity and fun! No musical experience is necessary to participate in all-ages jam sessions, workshops, performances, and other musical family activities. While the Fest is taking place, the Instrument Petting Zoo runs from 11am to 2pm, giving everyone a chance to try more than a dozen musical instruments with help from friendly volunteer musicians. Concord Community Music School’s Community Music Fest is free to attend. A full schedule will be available the week before the event. For more information, call 603-228-1196 or visit www.ccmusicschool.org.
The NHTI Film Society proudly presents Hal, Friday March 29th at 7 pm in the Sweeney Auditorium. Not Rated (2018) 90 mins.
For the first time, Story Land is opening its gates after hours for adults only! That’s right, all kids young at heart (and 21+ years) are invited for an enchanted evening of childhood nostalgia in the Land Where Fantasy Lives! This event is exclusively 21+, so please leave the kiddies at home.
The Waterville Valley’s Recreation Department will offer its annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Town Square on Saturday, April 13th. There will be more than 1000 filled eggs with a chance of finding a golden egg. The program is free, and there will be prizes & pictures with the Easter Bunny, The hunt will begin at 9:30 a.m. Kids 11 years old & under are invited. There will be hot cocoa and coffee too. Please bring your own basket to collect the eggs.
The Cog is kicking off its 150th season with a tour of Peppersass, a special 153-year-old train. Peppersass is the train that built the railway tracks, starting in 1866 and finishing the job in 1869. It is the first and only engine of its kind. It consists of a vertical wood boiler that ran at 45 hp at 50lbs pressure, and small tender. (The total cost when built was $3k) The train weighs in at 4 tons, and has been completely restored, painted in the same bright colors as it was in the turn of the 20th century, having been retired in 1929.
Package includes lodging, New Hampshire maple syrup, and a guide to local maple sugaring attractions and events. Add lift tickets to make it a maple themed ski & stay!
Local Baskit Celebrates 2nd Anniversary with a New Cafe and Expanded Delivery