Events

Sep 07 - Isles of Shoals Acoustic Sunset Cruise

Isles of Shoals Steamship Co., 315 Market Street, Portsmouth

7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Join the Isles of Shoals Steamship Company for specialty wines and a live acoustic performance by Truffle Trio. Buy tickets here!  

Sep 07 - Kittery Land Trust 27th Annual Meeting

Fort Foster Pavilion

12:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Come Join Kittery Land Trust for their annual meeting and picnic luncheon as they recap this year's events and new businesses. Following a lookback on this years accomplishments will be a talk on "Connecting and Responding to Our Local Environment" by Nancy Colbert Puff, Kittery Town Manager. The afternoon will be completed with a presentation of the Kittery Conservation Award and a Luncheon hosted by Carl's Meat Market and Beach Pea Baking Co. It is requested that all reservations be sent in by August 30th in order to put your name on the Fort Foster gate guest list. The event is $25 per person. For more information contact Rebecca Dawson Webb at 207-439-2915.

Sep 10 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.  

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door.  For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

 

 

Sep 10 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home for Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern eco-friendly home located in Salisbury, Massachusetts will be showcased to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. There are multiple open house dates for the public to experience a modular eco-friendly home. All of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital.

The open houses will take place from September 10 - October 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information click here or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 12 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road in Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

 

Sep 13 - MetalWave Inc. Electronic Recycling Drive

207 Middle Road (RT 111A) in Brentwood

9 a.m.- Noon

Join MetalWave Inc. on Saturday September 13th from 9 am to noon as they support a large scale recycling event to help you properly dispose of household and company electronic waste. The event will take place in the lot of the Brentwood Highway Garage on 207 Middle Road (RT 111A) in Brentwood.  Open to all Southern NH residents in the Southeast Regional Refuse Disposal District, this recycling event accepts any end of life IT products including laptops, cell phones, printers etc.  MetalWave Inc. is a company dedicated to insuring the proper disposal of electronic goods from collection to the breakdown of the products. This reliable company helps lessen the impact our modern lifestyle has on the environment. MetalWave is making disposal easier by coming to an accessible location, take advantage of this opportunity and pass on your old electronics this September!

Those outside the Southeast Regional Refuse Disposal District may risk being turned away.

For more information contact Jim Jubb of Metalwave at jjubb@metalwaveinc.com

 

 

Sep 13 - Craft Beer & Food Passport 2014 Tour *SOLD OUT*

Strawbery Banke

Diplomat VIP 4 - 7:30 p.m, Main Event 5 - 7:30 p.m

Craft Beer & Food Passport 2014 Tour is a delicious event located at the historic Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth NH!  This event is being hosted by a Green Alliance business partner, NHPTV.  The proceeds are supporting the hosts of the event, NHPTV and Strawberry Banke.  This event of the season includes over 20 craft beers paired with foods created by the region's most popular chefs.  Green Alliance business partners, The Portsmouth Brewery and Smuttynose Brewery will be partaking in this event. To view more of these brewers and restaurants participating in the event click here.  Diplomat VIP tickets are $110, where you can taste exclusive small batch brews and special pairings in the VIP tent. These guests will enter the event an hour early, getting a head start over others attaining the main event. Main Event tickets are $65, this ticket gets you over 20 craft beers paired with delicious cuisine. The Designated Driver tickets are $30 and include delicious cuisine with non-alcoholic beverages.  To purchase a ticket to this exclusive event click here before the event sells out!     

 

THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT! Check back for more great events with Smuttynose! 

Sep 13 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. There are multiple open house dates for the public to experience a modular eco-friendly home. All of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The house is open from September 10 - October 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information click here or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 14 - Open Streets Portsmouth

Portsmouth

noon-4 pm

On Sunday September 14, Open Streets Portsmouth will be transforming a mile of neighborhood streets into a public park for people to walk, bike, stroll, skip, whatever. Seacoast Velokids will have cycling skills for kids at Lafayette playground, plus a Strider bike test area for little kids and a Trek Demo trailer for the adult kids. Seacoast United will have skills clinics and more at Clough Field. And, there will be a few yoga locations along the route. Open Streets Portsmouth is also looking for volunteers for the day of the event, September 14. Volunteers are needed at intersections with a couple small barricades, to make sure that people find their way and that vehicles are either redirected or slowly guided to/from their driveway. For more information on this event, click here. If you are interested in volunteering please email, OpenStreetsPortsmouth@gmail.com

 

Sep 14 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

 

Sep 14 - Harvest Moon Festival

Redhook Brewery, Portsmouth

12 a.m.

Come join us for the Harvest Moon Festival on September 14 with headliner: Rusted Root. Other musical acts include Adam Ezra Group and Bliss. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 day of. Harvest Moon Festival benefits Womenade. More information on ticket sales at Redhook.

 

Sep 17 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 18 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 19 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

 

Sep 19 - Matt Jenson & The Liquid Revolution with the Berklee College Bob Marley Ensemble

7 Medford St, Arlington Ma

7:30 p.m.

Join a local seacoast band, Matt Jenson & the Liquid Revolution, with the Berklee College Bob Marley Ensamble for a Multimedia Reggae Concert Experience.  This fun concert supports the Peoples Climate March in NYC September 21.  This event will get you ready for the march with music, movement, community and positive vibes!  Purchase tickets on their website for $18 in advance, or at the door for $23.   

Sep 20 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

 

Sep 21 - Join the People's Climate March in NYC this September

New York City

All-day

Join the Peoples Climate March on September 21 to walk through the canyons of Manhattan in the world's largest demonstration yet about climate change. September 23rd Ban Ki-moon has invited world leaders to come to the UN to talk about global warming. With many world leaders attending this summit, the spotlight will no doubt be on New York. This walk offers a chance to show important world leaders that “the people” support the climate movement.

Sierra Club Maine has also arranged for buses to bring people to and from this event. Buses will leave from Pease Tradeport at a $30 roundtrip cost. The Sierra Club Maine asks that people sign up for the buses as soon as possible, to assist them in knowing how many buses are needed. For more information on buses and to reserve your spot, click here.

For more information on the People’s Climate March, click here, or contact Hilary Clark at 207-363-8128 or at clarkhamel@aol.com

Sep 21 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 22 - Climate Counts Week

New York City

All Week Long

Since 2009 there have been over 250 events hosted by organizations, governments, companies or universities in formats such as conferences, lectures, high-profile debates, concerts, community projects, screenings, closed door meetings and art exhibitions. Climate Week NYC events all share the same clear aim; driving climate action. If you share this goal too, then this is your chance to play a part in one of the most crucial moments in recent climate change history.

By providing an international platform for government, business and civil society to work together on low carbon solutions, Climate Week NYC will show the world there are clear opportunities and many benefits in joining the global 'clean revolution'. 

Sep 24 - SB New Metrics 2014

Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Once again, Green Alliance business partner, Climate Counts is proud to support and partner with the annual Sustainable Brands New Metrics conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Hear the latest techniques for integrating environmental performance into your business with everything from carbon accounting, goal setting and reporting. 

Click here to register! 

Visit the website to learn more about the race and Climate Counts. 

Sep 24 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 25 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 8 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 26 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.
 

Sep 27 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 27 - Redhook Reggae Jam

Redhook Brewery, Portsmouth

12 a.m.

Stop by the Redhook Brewery in Portsmouth for a day filled with Reggae music and live bands. For more information or directions check out the Redhook Calendar or the Redhook Brewery website

Sep 28 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Sep 29 - QA Cafe Teaming with MetalWorks for eCycle Event

55 Green St., Portsmouth

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

 QA Cafe is teaming up with GA Business Partner, MetalWave, to host an electronics recycling event! The event is open to GA members, as well as all Business Partners, and is a great way for the GA Community to continue making healthy choices for our environment. 

MetalWave accepts any products “with a plug” and will sustainably recycle all items turned in. The only items not accepted are hazardous materials and liquids. This is an amazing opportunity to safely get rid of old, unused cell phones and chargers, laptops, and more! 

Click here to find out more about this event! 

Oct 01 - Ridgeview Construction Debuts Ecofriendly Home For Charity

39 True Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts

10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

For Boston Magazine's tenth annual Design Project, general contractor Ridgeview Construction has reinvented a modular home to be completely net-zero with minimal waste. The modern ecofriendly home located in Salisbury Massachusetts will be showcased this fall to benefit Boston Children's Hospital. Home owners, Natalie and Tom Treat we thrilled at the opportunity to be financially sustainable and live environmentally, and offered their home for the project when the original homeowners stepped out. Shane Carter of Ridgeview has outfitted the home with solar panels that will generate approximately the same amount of energy consumed by the building. In addition to solar energy the home features a heat pump heating system that reduces green house gas emissions by 60%. Ridgeview also worked with designer Lisa Wasserman on the project to tie the home together with an appealing style. This fall following the completion of the home, the Treats will host multiple open houses allowing the public an opportunity to experience a modular eco-friendly home. These upcoming open houses are perfect for homeowners looking to renovate their homes in an environmental manner. In addition all of the proceeds from the open houses will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The open houses will take place from September 10th-October 5th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, with an exception of 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the door. For more information visit www.bostonmagazine.com/designhome or contact Ridgeview Construction at 603-303-7206.

Oct 01 - Corporate Sustainability Leadership Program

University of New Hampshire Durham Campus

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New Hampshire businesses for social responsibility (NHBSR) is holding a three-day corporate sustainability leadership program October 1-3. If you are a business leader looking to integrate sustainability into your company this event will provide you with some great knowledge. This includes cutting-edge research, practical tools, and best practices to create profitable, environmentally and socially responsible businesses for the future.