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January 2019

The first ever WINTER FEST will bring  four days of winter fun and festivities, including an ice carving competition and demonstrations, themed ice bars with luge, outdoor activities for all ages, the opportunity to meet a surprise NHL player, and more at The Hotel Concord, O Steaks & Seafood, and multiple venues throughout downtown Concord, NH. Read more →


In Warner, a 50 year tradition of taking children outdoors each spring at the Warner Fishing Derby indicates that the location of the derby is a special place in town. Willow brook, also known as Children’s Brook, has always been the Derby location. Families come with their children, fishing poles and bait to help their kids learn the thrills of spending time outdoors and taking a chance at bringing dinner home. The faces of children and their parents express the importance of this event. It is a bonding experience for everyone. So, when Scott and Joan Warren and the Warner Conservation Commission asked Five Rivers Conservation Trust to help conserve land along Children’s Brook, we were excited. “Community Conservation is about conserving the places important to the people in the Community,” says Beth McGuinn, Executive Director of Five Rivers Conservation Trust. Read more →


Applications for the 2019 round of Alex Higgins Memorial Space Camp Scholarships are now available on the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center’s website, www.starhop.com and at the Discovery Center Reception Desk; applications are due to the Discovery Center Monday, March 4, 2019. This competitive program is open to all New Hampshire residents ages 9 – 18, and covers full tuition, room and board at the U.S. Space and Rocketry Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Transportation to Huntsville is not included. Read more →


The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts is accepting nominations for the 35th Annual Business in Arts Awards. The Awards are sponsored by the NHBCA to publicly recognize and honor Granite State businesses of all shapes and sizes and an individual business leader for their significant impact on New Hampshire's arts and cultural community. Read more →


“Cathy is one of the premier criminal defense attorneys in New Hampshire, and will be joining our criminal defense practice group.  She began her career as a public defender in 1977, and has dedicated her practice to helping those who are under investigation or charged with a criminal offense,” says Managing Partner Michael Noonan. Read more →