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CTE & NH Colleges Tackle Electric Car Tech

Electric car technology is on the rise, and with it comes a need for new training. To meet this need, a handful of high schools and colleges across the state will adopt “build it yourself” reusable electric vehicle kits this summer. Career and Technical Education (CTE) Centers In a partnership with The Switch Lab out […]

Doing Good New Hampshire with Beth Heyward

This week I spoke with Beth Heyward, the Director of Community Services at Community Action Program, Belknap-Merrimack Counties Inc. in Concord.  Beth was born and raised in Epping and now raises her own family there! When I asked Beth why she decided to stay, work and play in New Hampshire she said “I love everything […]

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Discover Canterbury Shaker Village

Whether you come to connect with nature, history, or art, it is time you to come experience Canterbury Shaker Village for yourself. Visiting Canterbury Shaker Village is something like stepping onto a movie set of a Netflix period drama. This historic village is completely intact, encapsulating a past spiritual way of life and universal meditation […]

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Your Guide To New Hampshire’s State Parks

1. Odiorne Point State Park Town: Rye (Rockingham County) Odiorne Point State Park is a family-friendly park located along the seacoast. Enjoy walking along with a network of trails or visit the Seacoast Science Center, which is situated in the park. 2. Rollins State Park Town: Warner (Merrimack County) Rollins State Park is home to […]

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Introducing, Jackson

My favorite part about visiting a town in New Hampshire is that it can come with a story, but you also can leave with your own. Time in our quaint towns can move slowly with the slightest appreciation you are willing to give for scenic, wild, or historic details in every nook and cranny. It […]

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Circus in the Woods: A Wonder to Behold!

Looking for something magical to do this May? I have just the thing that will get you outside, connecting with the creativity of youngsters, in a family-friendly and COVID-cautious environment: the Circus in the Woods.  Sundays in May at various outdoor locations, The Flying Gravity Circus will be performing, showcasing the hard work and skills […]

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Connection + Friendly Competition — My Social Sports NH

Spring is a symbol of new beginnings and a fresh start. And even though we love our winters in New Hampshire, you can feel the collective excitement for what is to come. This year, you could almost hear an audible sigh of relief after a long year of staying home, social distancing, and connecting with […]

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Freshman, Fresh Start

This past year has been hard on everyone, but particularly devastating for many high school students. They’ve endured missed milestones and learning loss right as they’re preparing for the critical transition to college and the workforce. It’s a big problem with no single solution. Speaking with colleagues who work in education, we’re all trying to […]

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Doing Good New Hampshire with Alexis Dwyer

This week I had the privilege of speaking with Alexis Dwyer, a Program Specialist at the New Hampshire Department of Education in the Office of Nutrition Programs and Services, and a food justice advocate. Alexis was born and raised in Tampa, Florida and when an AmeriCorps position opened up with Cooking Matters® New Hampshire at […]

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Getting to Know the Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition

Across the state, young people are concerned about the housing crisis, luckily, you can be part of the solution! This series will highlight the people and organizations leading the charge. The Mount Washington Valley is one of the lucky parts of the state to be served by one of the state’s regional housing coalitions. The […]

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