Big Events March 23, 2023 and beyond
Thursday, March 23
Join Owen Lowery at tonight’s Art After Work at 5 p.m. as he recounts his time as the Currier Museum’s (150 Ash St., Manchester) Artist in Residence. Lowery, who is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will discuss the projects he has worked Continue reading “This Week 23/03/23”
Double the St. Pat’s fun
There is still more St. Patrick’s Day fun to be had as the City of Manchester celebrates the holiday this weekend with its St. Patrick’s Parade and Shamrock Shuffle. The parade will be held on Sunday, March 26, kicking off at noon from the intersection Continue reading “Quality of Life 23/03/23”
The Big Story: It’s that time of year again, when the NCAA Tournament sticks its head out of the gopher hole to say spring is on the way. With brackets busted all over America it’s a very familiar sight. But with Duke, Kentucky and Kansas out already and North Carolina Continue reading “The week that was”
New program seeks to help dancers get on stage
Joan Brodsky, founder of New Hampshire Dance Collaborative, talked about a new program to expand opportunities for New Hampshire dancers.
What is New Hampshire Dance Collaborative?
I’m a former dancer, and when I retired I opened a Pilates studio in Bedford. Continue reading “More dancers”
A wrap on ski season?
This weekend may be your final chance to hit the slopes as many southern New Hampshire ski resorts are projected to close for the season. Sunday, March 26, is the last day to ski at McIntyre Ski Area (50 Chalet Way, Manchester, 622- 6159, mcintyreskiarea.com), Continue reading “News & Notes 23/03/23”
Big Events March 16, 2023 and beyond
Thursday, March 16
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Intown Concord St. Patrick’s Day Celebration today at the Bank of NH Stage (16 S. Main St., Concord) beginning at 5:30 p.m. The show will have performances from step-dancer group In the Field Irish Continue reading “This Week 23/03/16”
This week’s Hippo highlights events happening as the calendar turns to spring, which officially begins Monday, March 20. Last weekend we all did the “spring forward” of daylight saving time. Brightly colored Peeps and jelly beans fill the candy aisles — so naturally that means in New Hampshire it’s Continue reading “Quality of Life 23/03/16”
The Big Story – NFL Free Agency Begins: The quest to fill the holes the Patriots have for 2023 began yesterday (Wednesday) at 4 p.m. when the NFL’s new year began. It came a few days after Devin McCourty announced his retirement. Which, looking on the bright side, saved them Continue reading “The week that was”
Granite VNA gets a new director of hospice
Meet Kristin Jordan, Granite VNA’s new director of hospice.
What is your background in health care, and what led you to this position?
I’ve been with Granite VNA for a couple months now. I have a background in home health and hospice, Continue reading “The support team”
Feedback on schools
For the fourth consecutive year, the New Hampshire Department of Education is inviting parents, educators and community members to share their perspectives and experiences with their respective schools through the 603 Bright Futures Survey. According to a press release, the survey was created to gather actionable feedback Continue reading “News & Notes 23/03/16”