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June 2012

Forecast for the Fourth: Sunny Skies, Falling Gas Prices

A run of perfect weather on weekends leading up to the Fourth of July and gas prices well below what had been predicted this summer is creating a perfect forecast for the holiday week in the White Mountains. "The Fourth... Read more →

See Wally the Green Monster at Waterville Valley

Waterville Valley, N.H.- Wally the Green Monster, mascot of the Boston Red Sox, will be greeting fans on July 14 at Town Square in Waterville Valley. Families and Red Sox fans of all ages are welcome to meet and get... Read more →

Take the Art of Yoga to New Levels at the Currier Museum of Art this Summer

Manchester, NH – Practice the ancient tradition of yoga in a work of art. On Thursdays, from 10 to 11 am, beginning on July 12, and continuing through August 16, yoga classes taught by Kate from YogaBalance will be offered... Read more →

Independence Day is a Blast in New Hampshire

New Hampshire- Celebrate this 4th of July with the sun shining, gas prices falling, and lakes calling at one of New Hampshire’s many attractions including Waterville Valley Resort, the M/S Mount Washington and more. The festivities begin on Wednesday, July... Read more →

Claremont Trio to Perform for Monadnock Music

The electrifying Claremont Trio will make their Monadnock Music debut Friday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Peterborough Town House as part of Monadnock Music’s Peterborugh Town House series.. Considered the premier piano trio of their generation, the Claremonts... Read more →

Two join the New hampshire Charitable Foundation Board

CONCORD, NH – (June 20, 2012) Dr. Ross Gittell and Joseph B. Reilly joined the Board of Directors of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation today. The organization marked its 50th anniversary this week. Dr. Ross Gittell became Chancellor of the... Read more →

Monadnock Music to toast new season, leadership with Gala Reception

Monadnock Music has announced that one of the most celebrated stars of the world opera stage will perform in New Hampshire for one night, to a small audience as a benefit. To celebrate the 47th season of Monadnock Music, opera... Read more →

Waterville Valley Decorative Arts Center Presents Russian Fairy Tale Painting

Waterville Valley Decorative Arts Center (WVDAC), located on the second level of Town Square, is presenting an exhibition and sale of over 300 lacquer miniature pieces of artwork from the village of Palekh, Russia. For the past eighty years, this... Read more →

NHPR Presents Marco Werman, Host of PRI's The World

New Hampshire Public Radio presents Marco Werman Host of The World July 16, 2012 6:00 p.m., Walker Auditorium Southern New Hampshire University Manchester, NH Tickets required NPR personality Marco Werman, the senior producer and anchor for The World, is coming... Read more →

New Immigration Policy to Benefit NH Youth

MANCHESTER, NH –The Obama Administration’s new policy allowing previously undocumented youth to work and live in the United States should have a positive impact on many young adults in New Hampshire, according to the Granite State’s leading immigration lawyer. “Allowing... Read more →