Policy and Pints

Housing you can afford? Student debt? Protecting New Hampshire’s outdoor recreational areas? The cost of child care?

As a young person in New Hampshire, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state’s young people during the 2020 legislative session in Concord, we want to know.

If you’re 40 or under and live or work in New Hampshire, you’re invited to take part in Stay Work Play’s Politics & Pints Pop-Up Series, in partnership with NH Housing and co-hosted by various young professionals networks around the state. Join us for a beer, some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make New Hampshire more friendly to young people.

Space will be limited and RSVP’s will be required. The series will be held in the following regions:

  • Greater Manchester: Wednesday, December 11 at 5:00p, Great North Aleworks, 1050 Holt Avenue, #14, Manchester (REGISTER)

  • North Country: Thursday, December 19 at 5:00p, Crumb Bar, 97 Main Street, Littleton (REGISTER)

  • Greater Concord: (TBD)

  • Seacoast (TBD)

Past Events

  • Mt. Washington Valley: Monday, September 16 at 5:30p, Tuckerman Brewing Company, 66 Hobbs Street, Conway

  • Upper Valley: Monday, September 30 at 5:30p, Salt Hill Pub, 2 West Park Street, Lebanon

  • Sullivan County/Lake Sunapee: Tuesday, October 8 at 5:30p, Ramunto’s Brick Oven Pizza, 71 Broad Street, Claremont (CANCELLED – Lack of Registrations)

  • Monadnock: Wednesday, October 23 at 5:30p, Branch and Blade Brewing Company, 17 Bradco Street, Keene

  • Greater Nashua: Monday, October 28 at 5:30p, The Flight Center, 97 Main Street, Nashua

  • Lakes Region: Thursday, November 21 at 5:00p, Twin Barns Brewing Company, 194 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith

Thank you to our series sponsors!