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July 2013

#Village Concerts These concerts are free-of-charge. No tickets or reservations required. Voluntary donations to support the Monadnock Music Village Concerts will be accepted at each performance. About Monadnock Music Monadnock Music (MM) is one of New England's leading music festivals.... Read more →

#PJS Conference Today, PJS Private Jet Services announced that the company will be the exclusive air travel partner of the 4th Annual Rising Coaches Elite Conference taking place next week in Las Vegas, NV. Over 100 college coaches and staff... Read more →

On July 27, Artistic Director Gil Rose conducts “Suite for Violin and American Gamelan” and “La Koro Sutro” by the late American composer Lou Harrison, noted for incorporating elements of the music from non-Western cultures into his work. The program... Read more →

The Currier Museum of Art will be honored by New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan for outstanding accomplishments in accessibility for people with disabilities in a ceremony on July 23 at 1 p.m. Five other organizations and individuals will share the... Read more →

The sounds of jazz and the taste of chocolate will meet again during Waterville Valley Resort’s 14th Annual Chocolate & Jazz event on Saturday, August 3, in the Town Square from 5:30-8:30 p.m. The courtyard of Waterville Valley's classic New... Read more →

N.H. Preservation Alliance Helps Save Historic Landmarks Is there an at-risk meetinghouse, downtown building or other special place that you can’t imagine New Hampshire without? The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance’s Seven to Save program spotlights endangered historic properties and helps... Read more →

#4th of July at White Mountains Attractions After a less-than-dry month of June, a demand for summer fun exploded over the long Fourth of July holiday in the White Mountains. That, combined with a welcomed improvement in the weather, had... Read more →

Fitting a voice that’s grand enough to fill the world’s most prestigious concert halls into the confines of a quaint little meetinghouse isn’t as easy as you might assume. But there’s one obligation renowned opera singer Barbara Quintiliani will be... Read more →

The loading, moving and installation took place on Friday, July 12 and started at the Cog Railway shop in the early morning, with the coach, the cab and the tender loaded onto three separate flatbed trucks, the train was then painstakingly transported along 6 miles of the Base Road and then another 6 miles of route 302 and set on the tracks already installed at the intersection. Read more →