The Alzheimer’s Café is an opportunity for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia – along with their loved ones and caregivers – to enjoy art and good company in a safe space. FREE to attend, no RSVP required. Supported by the Bruce and Rose Marie McColl Family.
NH Students share what is working to get them ready for the future
Saving Small Town Historic Assets Key to New Hampshire’s Community and Economic Vitality
Jillian Conway, a senior at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) and a resident of Marshfield, Mass., has been awarded the 2017 Yankee Chapter PRSA Scholarship. This year for the third time, the annual scholarship is sponsored by EDvestinU®, the NH Higher Education Loan Program’s Nonprofit Student Loan Lending and Refinancing Program.
"Even with the wet weather, I think there was a lot of people that still wanted to get out. We had a stellar Saturday, and once the rains cleared on Sunday we almost doubled what we did last year. Overall we were up about 35% for the weekend." Said Rob Arey, General Manager of Polar Caves Park.
Passengers are invited to dress in their most creative costumes and celebrate aboard the M/S Mount Washington during their annual Halloween Masquerade Ball. All costumes, from the scary, spooky and fancy to just plain comical, are welcome. The Halloween Masquerade...
Once again Captain Tom will be hosting the VIP (Very Important Plunger) Tent. VIP’s are asked to make an individual donation oft $250 or more. In thanks for their generosity they will receive a Plunge Shirt, have a premium viewing spot in the VIP Tent sponsored by Amoskeag Beverages and be treated to hot beverages (Irish Coffee included).
Concord Community Music School has received an Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation grant for $10,000 as part of the bank’s Targeted Grant program, which is focused on supporting immigrants in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. The grant is in support of Concord Community Music School’s dedication to including New Americans as faculty, performers, students, and community partner organizations.
Waterville Valley Resort received approval from the USDA Forest Service last week to begin construction of the new High Country T-Bar Lift, proposed in May. While the ski season is just around the corner, the achievement of this significant milestone has spurred construction to begin immediately.