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July 2014

Currier Museum Art Center Summer Vacation Art Camp The Moody Currier School of Wizardry August 11-15 Making art IS magic! With just a few simple shapes, you can create a goblet, a flying car, a goblin or a goose laying... Read more →

Sweets and Treats August 4-8 From “Cupcake Wars” to “Unique Sweets,” food – the art and the preparation of it – has come into its own. No one can deny that cake decorating is an art form, and this week... Read more →

Waterville Valley Resort and WVBBTS / Snowsports Educational Foundation have announced a joint project that will yield significant upgrades in snowmaking for the 2014/15 season. The resort and the snowsports foundation will make a combined investment of more than $250,000.... Read more →

New Hampshire Health Protection Plan offers affordable health insurance options to thousands of Granite Staters

With recent changes in state law, more affordable health insurance options have been made available to an estimated 50,000 New Hampshire residents at little to no cost to them through the New Hampshire Health Protection Plan. The plan began accepting applications on July 1 and is now enrolling New Hampshire residents who qualify. Coverage through these plans begins on August 15. Read more →

Sunday August 17,2014 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm Grace Episcopal Church, 30 Eastman St., Concord Bring your family and friends to this year's fifth annual East Concord Pork Festival at Grace Episcopal Church in East Concord. Enjoy a delicious meal... Read more →

Boating for a good cause: Five Rivers promotes a Paddle Trip on the Merrimack River

Clear your schedule on Sunday, July 27 to join a Paddle Trip on the Merrimack River hosted by Five Rivers Conservation Trust, Merrimack County Savings Bank and Quickwater Canoe & Kayak. Read more →

Thursday, July 24, 8 PM Festival Orchestra Donato Cabrera, conductor Stookey: Go! Milhaud: Concertino d’Hiver, Op. 327, David Loucky, trombone Stookey: The Composer is Dead, Nathaniel Stookey, composer/narrator Silver Center at Plymouth State University, 114 Main St. Plymouth, NH 03264... Read more →

Friday, July 25, 8 PM Chamber Concert Wolfeboro Congregational Church, 115 S. Main Street, Wolfeboro03894 A first performance at this newly-renovated venue Bozena O'Brien, violin; Bernard Di Gregorio, viola; Tido Janssen, cello; Leslie Amper, piano; Charles Dimmick, violin; Sasha Callahan,... Read more →