You will learn from experts in the field, including a storyteller, historian, writer, interviewer, videographer and an archivist how they prepare and present legacy stories at the “Telling Your Family Story” workshop on Saturday, March 7, from 9am - 3:30pm at the School in Manchester. This workshop teaches how to uncover family or community stories, how to present them, and how to preserve them for future generations.
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.
Schedule Includes Montshire Museum, CRREL Presentation, Sermons & Kilowatt Park, Upper Valley Churches Co-host Land, Water Events During June 17-18 Connecticut River Pilgrimage
fter the extended season until April 9th, Waterville Valley Resort will reopen for skiing and riding on Easter weekend, April 15th and April 16th. The weekend will be marked with special events and celebrations for families and friends both on the mountain and in the Town Square. Sunday, April 16th, will be the last day of the successful 2016/17 winter season.
A 40-day spiritual journey from the Source to the Sea May 31 - July 9, 2017
Grace Episcopal Church in East Concord is pleased to announce the annual St. Nicholas Fair will offer a wide variety of holiday treasures for everyone including grilled hot dogs and pie-by-the-slice!
This year, several parishes in the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire will offer blessings for animals. Here is a sampling:
Honoring Slain NH Civil Rights Leader
Ash Wednesday (Wednesday, February 18, 2015) starts Lent, the period leading up to Easter. “Ashes to Go” are being offered by the Episcopal Church of New Hampshire in several locations around the State.
On Sunday, August 17th from 12-3pm, bring your family and friends to this year's fifth annual East Concord Pork Festival at Grace Episcopal Church/Merrill Park in East Concord. Enjoy a delicious meal of roast pork, hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad cole slaw and brownies. Lots of family fun, and live music by Balladeer, Jim Barnes and a variety of raffles. This event is free to the public but donations are welcomed. Once again, the food is sponsored by our friends at Quality Cash Market. Proceeds go towards our Take-A-Tote ministry to feed Concord’s hungry schoolchildren. The Take- A-Tote...