One World – One Week – One Festival
CONCORD - Friday October 4th through Sunday October 7th, NHTI, Concord’s Community College will join venues around the globe in hosting the 22nd Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival – a worldwide competition to select the best short films of 2019. Throughout the week, theatres in over 400 cinemas worldwide will be screening the ten finalists in this year-long competition. Every viewer will have the opportunity to rate the ten films, and all votes count towards choosing the winner.
The Manhattan Short finalists hail from seven countries (there are three entries from the U.K., and two from the United States), and represent the best among 1250 submissions from 70 countries. This year's Final Ten are NEFTA Football Club, Debris, Driving Lessons, Tipped, Sylvia, The Match, This Time Away, Malou, A Family Affair and At The End of the World. All of the Final Ten are Oscar-qualified, meaning they are automatically eligible for an Academy Award nomination.
This special event is co-presented by Barry Steelman. There will be four screenings at NHTI: Friday Oct 4th at 7 pm, Saturday Oct 5th at 2 pm and 7 pm, and Sunday Oct 6th at 2 pm, all in Sweeney Auditorium. Not Rated” 2 hrs. 30 mins. Tickets are $10.
More information about the Manhattan Short Film Festival is available at http://www.msfilmfest.com. For questions about the screenings at NHTI contact Steve Ambra, (603) 271-6484 x4101 or email@example.com.
About NHTI-Concord’s Community College:
NHTI is a dynamic public institution of higher learning providing accessible, rigorous education, serving students, businesses and the community by creating pathways for lifelong learning, career advancement and civic engagement NHTI―Concord’s Community College offers more than 90 academic programs to more than 4,600 students annually. Graduates can transfer to 4-year colleges and universities, or enter directly into the workforce. NHTI is a member of the Community College System of New Hampshire, and has been accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education, a nongovernmental, nationally recognized accrediting agency, since 1969.
The Walker Lecture Fund Opens its 123rd Season
with a Beatles Tribute presented by STUDIO TWO
at Concord City Auditorium (2 Prince St, Concord, NH 03301) on Friday, September 20, 7:30pm.
The concert is free and open to all, general seating,
no tickets. Doors open at 7pm.
Event will raise funds for local youth softball and baseball programs
FRANKLIN, NH (September 10, 2019) – Franklin Savings Bank will host its 26th Annual Charity Softball Tournament on September 18 – 22, 2019 at Odell Park in Franklin. All proceeds raised throughout the event will benefit local youth softball and baseball programs.
Raffle prizes and concession food donations are welcomed and appreciated; all contributions will receive acknowledgement throughout the week-long event. To make a donation, please contact JJ Winters or Tabitha Gerry, FSB Charity Softball Tournament Co-chairs, at 603.934.4445 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.fsbnh.bank for further information.
Free Admission on September 21, 2019 with a downloadable Museum Day ticket
[NH Telephone Museum’s Special Exhibit – “That’s Entertainment: The Telephone’s Role in Cinema, Television and Music” – May – October 31st, 2019]
The New Hampshire Telephone Museum, 1 Depot Street, Warner, NH, September 21st 10:00 am - 4:00 pm— The New Hampshire Telephone Museum will open its doors free of charge to all Museum Day ticket holders on Saturday September 21, 2019 as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 15th annual Museum Day, a national celebration of boundless curiosity in which participating museums emulate the free admission policy at the Smithsonian Institution’s Washington D.C.-based museums.
Chairman Ken Ross-Raymond Present
Selectman Pete Ballou Present
Selectman Jim Hoyt Present
Town Administrator Margaret Warren Present
Municipal Assistant Jill Colardeau Present
Visitors: Steve Wheeler, Marcia Murphy, Sandy Miller, Bill MacDuffie, Gayle Landry.
Chairman Ross-Raymond opened the meeting at 6 PM.
Chairman Ross-Raymond congratulated Joe Landry on his retirement after 38 years with Unitil. He gave a big thank you to Joe for his help volunteering with the Christmas decorations over the years and providing a bucket truck for some of the projects in town.
September 4th - Board of Selectmen meeting 6 PM at Academy Hall - Public Notice RE: Broadband in Salisbury. Representatives from Consolidated Communications will discuss current & future broadband options/plans.
Please attend w/questions or concerns to resolve current issues with overall broadband speeds or coverage.
It’s that time for me. I have decided not to run for another term on the city council.
When I was elected six years ago, I had anticipated only serving two terms.
So before I do a post mortem of my time on the city council, it is important for me to tell you that I have been humbled by the trust you have placed in me and that it has been a privilege to represent you.
What follows are some of my thoughts on the city council and the city.
First in the Nation effort will provide digital access to Financial Literacy Tools
FRANKLIN, NH (AUGUST 13, 2019) – Franklin Savings Bank has joined a collaborative effort spearheaded by the National Collaborative for Digital Equity to assist low- to moderate-income communities with obtaining access to both digital broadband services and educational resources for students. Other members of the alliance include Sage Sustainable Electronics, Rosen Digital, and EBSCO Information Services. Initially, this venture will provide two computers and 25 subscriptions to financial literacy programs to Franklin High School, the first known use of a bank’s Community Reinvestment Act funding nationwide to support the refurbishment and donation of computers.
Developing our region’s child educator workforce development
CONCORD - The National Association for the Education of Young Children’s (NAEYC) Commission on the Accreditation of Early Childhood Higher Education Programs announced that NHTI was granted first-time accreditation of its Associate of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education. To earn and retain accreditation, programs must demonstrate a number of rigorous standards including curriculum development and field experiences for students. Diana Menard, Department Chair of Child and Family Studies shares that “achieving this accreditation helps demonstrate our important work in developing strong students to enter the Early Childhood field, which in turn supports working families and provides stability to employers around the state.”
What's two miles long and can be ready
Just in time for the long Labor Day Weekend?
In 2017, The Friends of the Concord Lake Sunapee Rail Trail started the project near Exit 7 of I-89 to connect the existing Stevens Rail Trail coming up from Contoocook to a future rail trail that will lead into Warner. A big part of this effort was building a connector around Knoxland Equipment and Nicom Coatings over to Old Warner Road. This project has had a total cost of $118,000 and we are in the LAST FEW FEET of making this section of trail open and available for the community.
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