The M/S Mount Washington is asking its passengers to help document its long history. This season, the ship will post photos taken by members of the public to its public areas. "We invite everyone to look through their personal photos to find the best snapshots, and to submit them to us," the M/S Mount Washington posted to its website, www.Cruisenh.com. "Our favorites will be hung on the ship, including your name and hometown. We’ll even provide a voucher for up to four cruise tickets so you can come see your photo in person." Read more →


Although the COVID-19 crisis is unlike anything we’ve seen before, we remain confident that our country will come through this situation stronger than ever. Mount Washington Cruises has always held the safety of our passengers and crew as our top priority. We recognize that in the short term, changes are needed to keep everyone safe. Read more →


The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center invites the public to celebrate the 30thanniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope in a Facebook Live event on April 24 at 2 PM. During the Discovery Center’s first ever Facebook Live event, Education Director Mirka Zapletal, Education Coordinator Faithe Miller and Director of Visitor Services Sarah Nappo will unveil a an image captured by the Hubble that has never been publicly released, discuss30 years of scientific discovery enabled by this “eye to the universe”, and answer any questions event attendees may have. Read more →


To support the Discovery Center in its efforts to serve the community with online learning modules, people can go to www.starhop.com to donate or become a member. New members will still enjoy an entire year of fun, as all memberships purchased during this time will not expire until one year from the date the Discovery Center officially reopens to the public. Read more →


Submissions are welcome for the 2020 Brodsky Prize, established by a former editor of the Manchester Central High School newspaper, and his family, to encourage out-of-the-box efforts and innovation by a new generation of student journalists. Read more →


Because Donald Trump has failed to do his job, more hardworking Americans will lose theirs.  Because Trump failed to listen to the science professionals, more people will get sick and lose their lives.  Because Trump failed to prepare America for this health crisis, more Americans who worked hard to prepare for their retirements will have lost their savings just when they need them. Read more →


Experience a sweet weekend in Canterbury at the town-wide Canterbury Maple Festival on Saturday and Sunday, March 21 and 22.  Feast on homemade buttermilk pancakes, tour four different sugar houses, a brewery, a distillery, and a smoke house, learn how to start sugaring yourself, and sample or purchase exceptional maple treats and products at every location. Brings the kids, and enjoy special activities and meeting farm animals such as goats, chickens, pigs and cows. Read more →


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, March 30, at 23 Wall Street in downtown Concord, New Hampshire. Read more →