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June 2012

Celebrate America Aboard the M/S Mount Washington on Independence Day

Weirs Beach, N.H.– Join the M/S Mount Washington this July 4th for an evening of food, fun and fireworks. Every Independence Day on Lake Winnipesaukee, community members create their own displays of fireworks, and the M/S Mount Washington is on... Read more →


Father's Day marks the beginning of a summer full of exting activities at Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves

NORTH WOODSTOCK, NH - Fathers’ Day marks the beginning of a summer full of exciting activities at Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves with a special treat just for dads. Admission is free to one of the oldest attractions in... Read more →


Destination: Manchester, NH for Frank Lloyd Wright Fans

Tour the Currier Museum of Art and its Zimmerman House this summer! Manchester, NH – There’s a lot going on this summer in the galleries and beyond at the Currier Museum of Art. The Currier’s special exhibition programs offer visitors... Read more →


Rubia Inc. and Currier Museum Collaborate for New Threads: An American Quilt Story

Manchester, NH – The Currier Museum of Art highlights part of New Hampshire’s new immigrant community – both its struggles and accomplishments – in its presentation of New Threads: An American Quilt Story now through July 9 in the Community... Read more →


Visitors Invited to Watch Cristi Rinklin and Local Art Students at the Currier

Manchester, NH – Visitors to the Currier Museum of Art are invited to view Boston-based artist Cristi Rinklin at work in the galleries weekdays, along with two artist assistants who are students at the New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA.)... Read more →


Concord Community Aims To Expand Dimond Hill Farm Land

The City of Concord and the Five Rivers Conservation Trust have spearheaded a project that will add 24 acres to the Dimond Hill Farm. The Triacca family, owners of adjacent land, have agreed to a conservation easement on the property... Read more →


Monadnock Music kicks off 2012 season with an American classic

Peterborough, NH – The Monadnock Music Festival is heading into a new era in 2012 with the local conducting debut of Monadnock Music Artistic Director Gil Rose and the performance of some of the 20th century’s most renowned works Rose... Read more →


East of the French Open: Waterville Valley Tennis Center offers a glimpse of the clay

Waterville Valley, N.H.- As Stosur and Errani advance to French Open semifinals, many viewers might wonder where they can get some clay court playing time on this side of the Atlantic. For a century, the Waterville Valley Tennis Center has... Read more →


"Gilmanton's Greatest Views" Campaign One Step Closer to Success

Concord, N.H.- The Five Rivers Conservation Trust and Gilmanton Land Trust (Land Trust) announced their recent receipt of a $20,000 grant from The 1772 Foundation in support of their “Gilmanton’s Greatest Views-For Everyone, Forever!” campaign. The funds will be used... Read more →