The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance has announced its 2018 Seven to Save list today, featuring a the Ruggles 236-acre mica mine in Grafton, the 250-acre Laconia State School campus, a dam of a water-power system at Canterbury Shaker Village and the enormous exhibition barn at the Rochester Fairgrounds. Also on the list highlighting endangered historic landscapes as well as iconic structures is a home dating from the 18thand 19thcentury that stretches along the common at Haverhill Corner, an Italianate parsonage in Lee and a Prairie-style residence built for the Director of the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Manchester.
The McAuliffe Shepard Discovery Center is sad to note that Col. Rick Searfoss, USAF, ret., NASA astronaut, Space Shuttle pilot and commander, commercial space flight test pilot and motivational speaker, passed away
The historic Parker J. Noyes building on Main Street in Lancaster will be updated with new retail space for the Root Seller Marketplace on the first floor and high quality residential space above.
Join the N.H. Preservation Alliance on Tuesday, October 16th at 5:00 PM in Washington, NH. for the announcement of the newest Seven to Save list and to celebrate the rehabilitation of Washington’s iconic 1787 Meetinghouse (which was listed to Seven to Save when future was uncertain in 2014).
Waterville Valley’s pedestrian village is perfect for Trick-or-Treating at the lodges & Town Square. On Friday, October 26th the Recreation Department will host a Pumpkin Carving & Pizza Party. This is a great family night out from 5:30-7:30pm where you...
Waterville Valley in New Hampshire’s White Mountains hosts the annual Fall Foliage Celebration over Columbus Day weekend, Saturday, Oct. 6 through Monday, Oct. 8. The weekend is chock full of family fun with activities for all ages including free outdoor...
The New Hampshire Alliance for College and Career Readiness has awarded grants to help five educational organizations around the state to invest in programs aimed at students’ success after high school graduation. Each grant is for the 2018-2019 school year.