Saturday, January 30
Concord, NH – NH Audubon’s “Twitchers’ are going viral in 2021, with three teams taking part in the re-named Semi-Superbowl of Birding on January 30, 2021. The Superbowl is a competition that takes place in January – but this Superbowl has nothing to do with football. It involves looking for as many bird species as possible in 12 hours and is run by Massachusetts Audubon’s Joppa Flats Education Center. Teams can compete in Essex County, MA and/or Rockingham County, NH in various categories.
Deadline to submit nominations is February 5
CONCORD, NH (January 2021) – The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce is actively seeking nominations for the 2020 Citizen of the Year Award. The deadline for submitting nominations is 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5. The Chamber has recognized members of the community who give back with its highest honor since 1966. The 2020 recipient will receive the award at the Chamber’s virtual 101st Annual Meeting & Citizen of the Year Award Celebration presented by Merrimack County Savings Bank on March 30 at 4 p.m.
Cookies are now for sale across New Hampshire and Vermont through online portals
BEDFORD, NH – Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains and Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) have kicked off the 2021 Girl Scout Cookie season nationally, during a challenging time when many Girl Scouts are selling in creative, socially distant, and contact-free ways to keep themselves and their customers safe. Even in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, girls are adapting their sales methods to share the joy of Girl Scout Cookies through the largest girl-led entrepreneurship program—including taking contact-free pickup and delivery orders through a new national collaboration with GrubHub in select areas starting in February.
Our sales have been extended! We will be OPEN THROUGH JANUARY 17th and after that it will be a day by day decision!
Sales are continuing up to 70% off!.
Everything must go!!!
Plenty of interesting inventory in the House! We are busy!
OPEN 7 days a week!
Monday - Thursday 12-5
Friday and Saturday 10-5
Holderness, NH – Squam Lakes Natural Science Center is hosting its popular Wild Winter Walks again this year, which showcase the natural beauty of New Hampshire animals in winter.
Wild Winter Walks are walking tours of the live animal exhibit trail guided by staff naturalists. As well as seeing the animal ambassadors dressed in their winter coats, participants will learn how these native animals are well adapted for winter in New Hampshire. Fur coats, hibernation, and migration are just some of the ways animals survive the cold. Many people are interested to learn that the animals at the Science Center stay in the same place during the winter, just as they would in the wild.
WARNER HISTORICAL SOCIETY TO HOLD COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS
We Want to Hear What You Have to Say About Recent Town History
The Warner Historical Society is collecting information about life in Warner since the late 1960s. We are updating the town history to include events from that time to the present. History happens to people and people have opinions and feelings about the events going on around them. We believe our town history will be much richer if we include people’s stories, opinions, and feelings, rather than relying solely on newspaper clippings.
Fall 2020 Semester
CONCORD — NHTI – Concord’s Community College congratulates the following students who earned recognition on the dean’s list for the fall 2020 academic term. In order to qualify for the dean’s list, a student must be matriculated or formally accepted in a program, be registered for 12 credits or more, and have a term GPA of 3.3 or higher. This list can also be found at NHTI.edu
Misty Crowell, Jennifer Joyce, Sarah McGlynn, Angelo Papadopoulos
Grace Raymond, Kimberly Winter
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