Saturday, November 21, noon-4 p.m. at the Art Center This much anticipated biannual exhibit showcases the work done in our studio classes throughout the term. Join us at the Art Center as we celebrate the talent and creativity of our... Read more →

As the leaves turn color and the nights become cooler, guests are invited to feel the heat in Waterville Valley during the 17th Annual Chili Challenge & Brews. On Saturday, September 26, this event will be held in the Town... Read more →

On Sunday, August 16, from 12pm -2:30pm, bring your family and friends to this year's sixth annual East Concord Pork Festival at Grace Episcopal Church/Merrill Park in East Concord. Enjoy a homemade meal of roast pork, hamburgers, hot dogs, jambalaya,... Read more →

Join Appalachian Mountain Club Senior Interpretive Naturalist, Nancy Ritger, on the Cog Railway, for a tour of Mount Washington's amazing natural environment on Monday, August 31. Mount Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast, is home to some of the... Read more →

Five Rivers Conservation Trust is teaming up with Dimond Hill Farm for a behind the scenes tour of the farm operation and a tasting of fresh produce and recipes featuring the bounty from this year’s harvest. The event will be held on Thursday, August 20, 2015 5:30 – 7:30. Farm managers will guide participants on a tour of the fields and greenhouses to show how the farm grows a wide variety of crops from basil and broccoli, to tomatoes and zucchini. Read more →

Waterville Valley Resort will host its first ever “Brazil in Waterville” event on June 13th and 14th, 2015. The event will feature Brazilian music, barbeque, and other Brazilian food and drink as well as activities. The fun begins on Saturday... Read more →

Currier Museum of Art is pleased to announce that it has established its first-ever endowment to fund exhibitions. The Kimon and Anne Zachos Exhibition Fund will help support the Museum’s outstanding schedule of world-class art exhibitions for our community. Additional funds from his bequest will go to the Kimon S. Zachos Acquisition Fund, established in 1999 to sustain the Currier’s acquisitions of significant art. The announcement was made on March 20 during a celebration at the Currier to honor Arts patron and regional philanthropist, Kimon Zachos. Zachos died on December 31, 2014. He was 84. Read more →

For the sixth straight year, the Currier Museum of Art, New Hampshire’s premiere art museum, will receive funding from Lincoln Financial Foundation to help students in Manchester and Nashua visit. This year, the Foundation is contributing $11,000, giving underserved students in those cities access to our outstanding collection of European and American art and wide-ranging special exhibitions. Read more →