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The Mount Washington Railway Company’s trains (“Cog Railway”) climb Mt. Washington at a very slow speed, but the owner of the Cog, Wayne Presby, moves faster than a speeding locomotive. Presby recently filed an application with the Coos County Planning Board to restore the Cog’s track and platform to closer to its original formation on the Summit of Mt. Washington. The old wooden trestle was removed in 2014 when the Cog Railway installed a new switch and siding.
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Nashua, NH --On Saturday, May 11, 2019, the New Hampshire Institute for Civics Education (“NHICE”) will screen To Kill a Mockingbird as part of a multi-year statewide program designed to foster conversations with the public on law, justice, and civics. The screening will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. at Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua, New Hampshire. There will be a break midway through the movie, and a light snack will be provided. The program was made possible with support from New Hampshire Humanities, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities.
On Thursday, April 25, 2019, NHTI, Concord’s Community College invites the public to its inaugural Exhibition of Student Work. This free exhibit – which the college plans to make an annual event – will showcase the work of its students in a broad range of academic disciplines including engineering technology, manufacturing, mathematics, the humanities, natural science and health care (dental and nursing).
Arts Advocate of the Year to be announced at the event
The New Hampshire Telephone Museum’s 2019 special exhibit, That’s Entertainment! The Telephone’sRole in Cinema, Television and Music, is sponsored by TDS Telecom and explores the important roles the telephone played – and still plays today – in the movies and television shows we watch, the music we listen to, and the books we read. The exhibit kicks off with a special red carpet event, sponsored by the Sugar River Bank, on Friday, April 26th at 7:00 p.m. and will run through the month of October. Entry into the exhibit is included in the price of museum admission.
Concord Community Music School is offering a special “mini” lesson package for private music lessons through the end of May. Interested in taking lessons – for voice or an instrument – but don’t want to commit to a full semester? For a limited time, try the Music School’s 5-week spring mini lesson package and save 10% off regular tuition.
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