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August 2014

Clear your schedule for Sunday, September 7 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 →

The All Saints’ Episcopal Church Vestry, through Bishop Hirschfeld, has issued a Call to the Reverend William (Bill) Petersen to be their next rector, and Rev. Petersen has accepted the Call. Bill was presented to the Vestry with the enthusiastic and unanimous support of the Search Committee. He brings to All Saints a unique background and set of experiences. Read more →

Waterville Valley, NH, USA September 19-20, 2014 – The prize purse for the inaugural Pinnacle Bike Championship event is set at $20,000, with the winner taking home $10,000 in cash! The payout is deep, all the way to 40th position.... Read more →

This fall, you will have the opportunity to see the original works created by one of the best-known draftsmen of the 20th century in M.C. Escher: Reality and Illusion, September 20, 2014 through January 5, 2015 at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, N.H. The Currier’s Escher retrospective is one of the largest and most comprehensive ever offered in the United States. Read more →

A Day of Barn Exploration with the Experts What: Lecture & Tour of seven historic barns in Hollis, NH When: Saturday, September 27, 2014, 10am to 4pm Where: Convene at the Lawrence Barn Community Center, 28 Depot Road, Hollis, NH... Read more →

Governor Hassan’s Statement on Beginning of New Hampshire Health Protection Program Coverage

After coverage under the bipartisan New Hampshire Health Protection Program (NHHPP) began today for 10,405 Granite Staters, Governor Maggie Hassan issued the following statement: Read more →

It’s a Hoot! With special “GUESTS” from the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center August 18-22 Owls. Can they really turn their head around so far that they can see behind them? If you hear them screech or hoot during a... Read more →