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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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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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Be the Change, Be a Voice for Young People

The Problem Living in New Hampshire where the average age is 43 (the second oldest state in the U.S.), I have been the youngest person in many of the rooms I walk into. Sometimes I think this dynamic keeps me feeling young even as I creep into my mid-thirties. More often though, the position of […]

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NOVA ARTS: A Collaborative Arts Initiative

A New Hampshire musician I’ve followed for years, Ty Ueda, recently posted online an upcoming live stream event he is performing for something called Nova Arts. The name alone drew me in, as an eternal space-lover, so I started rummaging around their website and social media and realized this was a very special gem, and […]

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Let’s Put an End to Youth Homelessness in New Hampshire

Winter has taken hold in New Hampshire over the past few weeks and it shows on our windblown faces. My walks with my dog have gotten shorter in direct response to the drop of each degree on the weather report. We, Dobby and I, consider ourselves very fortunate that when our fingers and paws begin […]

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Doing Good New Hampshire with Lea King

This week I had the privilege of speaking with Lea King, Owner and Creative Director of Lakes Region Dance in Meredith, and Coach of the Plymouth State University Dance Team. Lea grew up in Goffstown and now lives in Bow with her family.   When I asked Lea why she decided to stay, work, and play […]

The front door at Stepping Stones, a new resource for homeless youth in Greater Nashua.

Stepping Stones Provides a Path for Nashua Youth

Just as important as education in New Hampshire are the programs and people who facilitate access to education. And if you’re a homeless youth, you may find just the paperwork itself to be a major barrier. That’s where Stepping Stones comes in. Stepping Stones Founded just 9 weeks ago, Stepping Stones seeks to support homeless […]

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Doing Good NH with Tabitha Swanson

This week I had the pleasure of speaking with Tabitha Swanson of Chester. Tabitha is a Medical Coding Supervisor, Certified Zumba Fitness Instructor at Rock Your Body, in Fremont, and she is the Field Director and Dressing Room Assistant for the Miss New Hampshire and Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen Scholarship Program.  When Tabitha isn’t […]

Courtney Daniel

Making NH Home: Q+A with Courtney Daniel of No To Patterns

Radio show host, stationary designer, and entrepreneur, Courtney Daniel is a nationally recognized award winning business owner and a woman who wears many hats. Originally from Georgia, Courtney moved to New Hampshire eight years ago (and she’s sort of gotten used to the snow)!  Courtney is the founder of No To Patterns™, a membership organization […]