CONCORD — Spring turkey season (May 1–31) is only three weeks away, and hunters on a quest for gobblers can do a lot to help promote positive landowner relations, according to Mark Beauchesne, Landowner Relations Coordinator for the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.

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CONCORD – If you have ever wondered how climate change is affecting wildlife, an upcoming series of webinars will be offered by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Public Affairs Division, Education Program and is sure to be of interest to you. Everyone has heard about warming tempe…

EXETER — The annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival celebrates the beauty and wonder of our natural world and inspires audiences everywhere to take action to protect it. The event takes place on Fri., April 16, 2021, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. The Virtual Lobby will be open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are…

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HAVERHILL, MA — Spring has arrived and the wildflowers are back! Trustees of Tattersall Farm, 542 North Broadway, and are hosting a spring nature walk on Sun., April 25, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. with naturalist Roland Boutwell.

BRENTWOOD — Austin17 House is pleased to offer a free screening of “When I Stutter” on Fri., April 16 at 263 Route 125 in Brentwood. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. The documentary will start promptly at 6:15 p.m.

PORTSMOUTH — Strawbery Banke is pleased to offer a Virtual Archaeology Field School from Mon., June 21 through Fri., July 2.

Strong communities are built by strong people who recognize the importance of giving back. Children recognize when their parents give back to their communities, and often that recognition compels youngsters to want to do the same.

KINGSTON — The South Shore Outboard Association is pleased to announce that the New Hampshire Boat Museum has come on board as the primary sponsor of the 2021 Granite State Title Series. With sanctioning from the American Power Boat Association, South Shore Outboard will be conducting the Hy…

ARLINGTON, VA — With the COVID-19 vaccine effort ramping up, people are starting to plan future vacations and work travel. For many, this preparation involves renewing their enrollment in Trusted Traveler programs, such as TSA precheck or Global Entry in the United States and NEXUS in Canada…

NORTH CONWAY —The non-profit Mount Washington Observatory (MWO) announces plans for the 21st annual Seek the Peak on July 16-17. After twenty years, Seek the Peak will be expanding from a hike-a-thon to an expo filled with many human-powered outdoor activities, offering both virtual and onsi…

MANCHESTER — A year ago, many things in the world paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the need for blood never stopped. Today blood donations are just as essential, and the American Red Cross urges individuals who are healthy to make an appointment to donate blood.

PORTSMOUTH — In March of 2020, New Hampshire Theatre Project Company Artists Catherine Stewart, CJ Lewis, and Genevieve Aichele began capturing the experiences of New Hampshire residents, and in particular the artists connected to the applied theatre company. In March 2021, as part of that p…

DURHAM — Cover cropping has great potential to protect the soil and conserve nutrients, but success depends on hitting upon the right combination of species selection, timing, and planting practices. Having a better understanding of these factors can help you make adjustments that pay off.

CONCORD — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department encourages wildlife watchers to explore their backyards, fields, and woodlands and report sightings of wild turkeys. The Department’s Wild Turkey Flock Survey is open through March 31. The public is asked to report turkey sightings online …

PORTSMOUTH — On Tues., April 20 at 7:00 p.m., ornithologist, naturalist, and Pulitzer finalist Scott Weidensaul comes to The Music Hall’s historical stage as part of the Innovation + Leadership series. Weidensaul will discuss his new nature book “A World On The Wing”, an exhilarating explora…

KINGSTON — There are only a few more weeks of winter. Plans for gardens, looking at plant and seed sources and daydreaming about spring are part of every day.

KINGSTON — Many people have been struggling with anxiety, depression, and feelings of isolation, especially over the past year. If this describes you, please know that you're not alone. New Creation Healing Center will be sponsoring a Mental Health Support Group for you and any experiencing …

NEWTON — The Country Pond Fish & Game Club will be offering a Ladies Only NRA Basic Pistol Course on Sat., March 20.

HAVERHILL, MA — The Trustees of Tattersall Farm, 542 North Broadway, and Frank Valadao of Soney Bees LLC of Haverhill, are hosting a Backyard Beekeeping demonstration and information session on Sat., March 20, at 11:00 a.m. This will be an introduction to beekeeping. Topics will include how …

EXETER — The Seacoast Artist Association will be re-launching their monthly Body of Work exhibits in April with two new solo shows by watercolorist Kathy Flygare and oil painter Maryclare Heffernan.

EXETER —The Exeter LitFest, which celebrates the literary community in and around Exeter, will take place virtually this year from April 1 to April 3. The featured guest will be Exeter native Victoria Arlen.

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NEWTON — The Country Pond Fish & Game Club will be offering a Ladies Only NRA Basic Pistol Course on Sat., March 20.

NEWBURYPORT, MA — Officials have announced that the application window for the Spring Turkey Hunt at Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is March 1 – 31, 2021. The hunt will be by permit only, with permittees selected by lottery. A total of eight permits will be issued for this hunt.

DURHAM — The public is invited to attend the N.H. Master Gardener Alumni Association’s virtual gardening symposium “A Fresh Start, A New Year in the Garden" from Fri., March 19 to Sat., March 20, from 1:00-4:30 p.m.

DURHAM — The NH Food Alliance, a statewide network supported by the UNH Sustainability Institute and dedicated to growing a thriving, fair, and sustainable local food system in the Granite State, has partnered with several local and statewide organizations to host Meet New Hampshire Makers, …

MANCHESTER — Morgan Franklin Fellowship (MFF) will host “Homebuyer Orientation” a free 45-minute webinar on Tues., March 2 at 12:00 p.m. Designed for the first-time homebuyer, the workshop will explore the steps in the homebuying process and outline the home mortgage approval process.

EXETER — The Exeter Area Garden Club has presented 85 mini-grants to Seacoast Area gardeners in the past ten years. As of June 2020, they have awarded over $15,000 to area residents. Public areas both large and small have benefited from the program. Gardeners from Stratham and Exeter, as wel…

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KINGSTON — New Creation Healing Center and Trinity Church are happy to cosponsor a four week study "Prayer, a Force to be Reckoned With." The study will be taught by Episcopal Father Tom Morris, and lay teacher Patricia Chamer starting March 2, Tuesday evening 7:00 p.m. at the meeting house …

CONCORD — Highlighting both the ongoing support that the arts contribute to the health and well-being of the state’s communities as well as the challenges the arts sector in New Hampshire has faced throughout the pandemic, the N.H. State Council on the Arts announced today that it is seeking…

STRATHAM —On Mon., March 8, The Stratham Historical Society, jointly with The Wiggin Memorial Library will host a program by Jeff Warner, made possible through a grant from New Hampshire Humanities. The program, a Zoom event, is titled “Range the Wild Woods Over: Loggers’ Songs and Stories”.…

KINGSTON – New Hampshire’s old barns and agricultural out-buildings are a quintessential part of the state’s historic landscape and a lasting symbol of our rural heritage.

CONCORD — The snow is starting to arrive in parts of the Granite State, which means it’s time for snowmobile enthusiasts nationwide to start planning for New Hampshire’s Open Snowmobile Registration weekend. From Fri., March 5 through Sun., March 7, riders from throughout New England, as wel…

KENSINGTON —Kensington Public Library will present “All Eyes are Upon Us: Racial Struggles in the Northeast from Jackie Robinson to Deval Patrick” on Wed., March 3, at 7:00 p.m.

PORTSMOUTH — On Tues., February 23 at 7:00 p.m., renowned radio host and bestselling author, Diane Rehm returns to The Music Hall’s virtual stage as part of the Writers on a New England Stage series, now being presented in an intimate, online format. Diane Rehm, a public radio legend known a…

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CONCORD — Are you planning to grow your own vegetables this year? Join NOFA-NH and gardeners of all experience levels for our "Feeding the Family" Organic Gardening Series instructed by organic farmer Ron Christie of Living Earth Farm.

DURHAM – The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension has launched a new podcast for New Hampshire gardeners. The Granite State Gardening podcast can be heard on the UNH Extension website, on Apple Podcasts, and other podcast apps, free of charge.

NOTTINGHAM — Allison Doyle, M.S., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, will present “Stress and How to Manage it During the Pandemic”, on Thurs., February 18, at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. She will address how stress affects your body and how we cope. In addition, she will discuss how to deal wi…

KINGSTON — Pollinator Pathways NH is thinking spring by hosting a program by Vicki J. Brown, Pollinator Pathways NH founder, NH Natural Resources steward, and Speaking for Wildlife Volunteer.

RYE — Seacoast Science Center has a long track record of offering safe Environmental Day Camp programs that cultivate marine and environmental education through first-hand interactions, leveraging its beautiful location in Odiorne Point State Park. With 135 seaside acres as their outdoor cla…

DURHAM — With a wide variety of cover crop species and mixes available, it can be a challenge to choose the right one to fit into your crop rotation plan. Cover crops are tools we can use on farm to provide nutrients, reduce erosion, suppress weeds and much more! However, not every tool is r…

EXETER —Due to the pandemic, many families have struggled to meet the educational needs of young children, a reality that has sparked innovation at the American Independence Museum with its digital Revolutionary Story Time (RST) program.

DERRY — Nutritious foods that help your immune system is always a popular topic, but it's especially important in the winter! Join Hannaford Dietitian, Heidi Tissot, as she highlights vitamin-rich foods that benefit you all year round.

PORTSMOUTH — On Tues., March 16, award-winning authors and former military officers Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stavridis come to The Music Hall’s virtual stage as part of the Writers on in The Loft series, now being presented in an intimate, online format. Ackerman and Stavridis will …

NEWBURYPORT, MA — Cellist Gwen Krosnick will perform on Sun., February 14, at 4:00 p.m. at the Unitarian Church, 26 Pleasant Street, Newburyport, the second of four concerts in the 2021 Jean C. Wilson Music Series. Due to the pandemic this year, for the very first time, the series will be virtual.

CONCORD — Highlighting both the ongoing support that the arts contribute to the health and well-being of the state’s communities as well as the challenges the arts sector in New Hampshire has faced throughout the pandemic, the N.H. State Council on the Arts announced today that it is seeking…

BOSTON, MA — The New England Musicians Relief Fund (NEMRF) has launched an initiative to reach $500,000 in donations by March 13, 2021, the one year anniversary of when COVID-19 shut down the entertainment industry in Massachusetts. Founded in 2020 by a host of Boston-area musicians, union l…

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CONCORD — Registration opens today for New Hampshire’s 2021 Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) ice fishing workshop, a one-day program where women will learn the basic skills required to enjoy angling through the Granite State’s hard waters during the winter months. This class is intended for …

CONCORD – What’s happening with the birds this winter? While you’re at home during the pandemic, you can have fun counting birds and helping NH Audubon at the same time. Take part in the annual Backyard Winter Bird Survey on Saturday, February 13, and Sunday, February 14. Biologists need ass…

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CONCORD — With the constraints of COVID-19, it is not possible for the annual Farm Forest & Garden Expo to offer an in-person event in 2021. Instead, the Expo will be presented in a virtual format that will be available and offer new content throughout 2021. The program will provide a co…

KINGSTON —  Calling All High School Graduates from 1975 and prior: Do you have advice or stories from your high school years that you want to share with this year's graduating class at Sanborn Regional High School? Write a letter to SRHS for a graduating senior to read! You can include anyth…

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ATKINSON — The Atkinson Historical Society presents a virtual program on “The Finest Hours: The True Story Behind the U.S. Coast Guard’s Most Daring Sea Rescue” on Thurs., February 11 at 7:00 p.m.

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