Events : September, 2015

Sep 02 - Rye Farmer's Market

Rye Center, 580 Washington Road, Rye, NH

2:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.

The Rye Farmer's Market will be open every Wednesday from 2:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. beginning June 24th and continuing until September 23rd. This is a great opportunity to enjoy local fruits, vegetables, flowers, fine crafts and baked goods. There will be several new vendors, such as Churchill's Gardens with flowers and plants and Isles of Shoals Organic Body Products.

For more information on the Rye Farmer's Market, click here.

Sep 02 - Entertaining History of Portsmouth's Waterfront

Prescott Park Dock, Portsmouth

5:30 p.m.

Retired Portsmouth Polic Chief, Dr. David "Lou" Fernald, will present a history of Portsmouth's working waterfront. This sail with the Gundalow Company is part of the Evening Contemporary Coastal Issues Speaker Series which features expert guest speakers from around the region who discuss current maritime issues faced in the area. Each weekly sail is half price and only $15 thanks to support from the New Hampshire Coastal Program RBC Wealth Management.

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Sep 02 - The Best of Boston Comedy Festival

Seacoast Reperatory Theater

7:00 p.m.

Paul Nardizzi, Al Park, and Danny Boulger will hit the stage in Portsmouth tonight at the Seacoast Reperatory Theater. This event, part of the Boston Comedy Festival and sponsored by Cuzin Richard Entertainment, is sure to be a night filled with laughs! Click here for more information and to purhase your tickets. 

Sep 03 - Concert Cruise Series Featuring the Acoustic Trio

Prescott Park Dock, Portsmouth

5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

The Acoustic Trio of Kent Allyn on guitar, Nate Balch on clarinet, and Lach Lange on trumpet will light up the Piscataqua River with jazz, blues, and R&B music. This evening sail is part of the summer concert series with the Gundalow Company, which features different local musicians each week. 

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. 

Sep 06 - Kittery Community Market

The Kittery Community Market (KCM), Kittery Center Village at Post Office Square, 10 Shapleigh Road, Kittery, ME

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The Kittery Community Market will be on Sunday's instead of Wednesday's this year! Beginning June 7th and continuing every Sunday until October 4th from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. This market is currently seeking vendors, email kitterycommunitymarket@gmail.com if you're interested in becoming a vendor. 

Sep 09 - What We Can't See: Bottom Habitats in Great Bay

Prescott Park Dock, Portsmouth

5:00 p.m.

Kalle Matso, Costal Scientist and member of the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership's Social Science Advisory Committe will lead a discussion about the habitats of species found on the floor of the Great Bay. This sail with the Gundalow Company is part of the Evening Contemporary Coastal Issues Speaker Series which features expert guest speakers from around the region who discuss current maritime issues faced in the area. Each weekly sail is half price and only $15 thanks to support from the New Hampshire Coastal Program RBC Wealth Management. 

Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. 

Sep 09 - "And" Then... Environmental & Energy Legislative Update 2015

Hannaford Lecture Hall, University of Southern Maine, 88 Bedford St., Portland

7:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

The Environmental & Energy Technology Council of Maine will bring policy, environmental, business, and legislative leaders together to discuss recent legislation and look ahead at interpretation and implementation of the new laws. In 2015, the Maine Legislature considered a diverse portfolio of energy and environmental bills related to energy efficiency, solar energy, wind permitting, land conservation, water quality, mining regulations, and many other topics. Click here for more information and to register to attend. 

Sep 09 - Rye Farmer's Market

Rye Center, 580 Washington Road, Rye, NH

2:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.

The Rye Farmer's Market will be open every Wednesday from 2:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. beginning June 24th and continuing until September 23rd. This is a great opportunity to enjoy local fruits, vegetables, flowers, fine crafts and baked goods. There will be several new vendors, such as Churchill's Gardens with flowers and plants and Isles of Shoals Organic Body Products.

For more information on the Rye Farmer's Market, click here.

Sep 12 - Flow to Detoxify

Zev Yoga Studios, 1 Webb Place, Dover

9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Join Ankati for a detoxification workshop at the Zev Yoga Studio in Dover. This session will focus on practices to stretch, compress, and twist toxins from the muscles, organs, and spine to create a more balanced and clean body. Contact Ankati at (603) 767-3125 for more information or to reserve your spot. 

Sep 13 - Kittery Land Trust Annual Meeting and Potluck Dinner

Fort Foster Pavilion

12:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Join the Kittery Land Trust for their 28th annual meeting and potluc dinner. Kittery Land Trust's updated by-laws will be reviewed and approved by members at the meeting, and there will be a talk titled "Brave Boat Headwaters & MtA2C: Making Connections". Those planning on attending are encouraged to bring a dish to share at the potluck dinner. 

Sep 13 - Creek Farm Field Day

Little Harbor Rd., Portsmouth

9:00 - 4:00 p.m.

The Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests (Forest Society) will host a free field day to explore the Creek Farm Reservation, a 35-acre conservation area with frontage on the tidal Sagamore Creek, kayaking access and a loop trail system well suited for family outings.

The field day event begins at 9 a.m. with a guided bird walk, followed by a nature hike at 10:30. At noon, kayaks will be available for tours of Sagamore Creek. Snacks will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch. Afternoon activities include a local history talk about Creek Farm, an invasive plant species walk at 2 p.m. with local naturalist Skye Maher, and an archaeology talk at 3 p.m. by local archaeologist Martha Pinello.

The Creek Farm Field Day event is free and no registration is necessary. For more information, click here or call 224-9945.

Sep 13 - Flying Beyond Fear

Zev Yoga Studios,1 Webb Place, Dover

9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Ankati brings arm balance practices to the Zev Yoga Studio in Dover to help fellow yogis move from fear into trust. This workshop incorporates a strong, flowing asana practice, emotional and energetic awareness, and breath work for a deepy empowering yoga session. Contact Ankati at (603) 767- 3125 for more information and to register. 

Sep 13 - Kittery Community Market

The Kittery Community Market (KCM), Kittery Center Village at Post Office Square, 10 Shapleigh Road, Kittery, ME

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The Kittery Community Market will be on Sunday's instead of Wednesday's this year! Beginning June 7th and continuing every Sunday until October 4th from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. This market is currently seeking vendors, email kitterycommunitymarket@gmail.com if you're interested in becoming a vendor.

Sep 16 - Taste of Downtown

Downtown Manchester

5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

The 12th Annual Taste of Downtown will take place on Wednesday, September 16th from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. throughout downtown Manchester. More than forty downtown restaurants and businesses will come together to host an evening of shopping, eating, and strolling through the city. Artists will have work on display along the route and live music will accompany visitors. 900 Degrees will take part in Taste of Downtown and all participating locations will have red balloons and a poster outside to make them easy to spot! 

Click here for more information and to purchase your tickets. 

Sep 16 - Jose Lezcano at the Seacoast Reperatory Theater

150 Bow St., Portsmouth

7:00 p.m.

Cuzin Richard Entertainment and the Seacoast Reperatory Theater present Jose Lezcano on September 16. Lezcano, a classical guitarist, will go on stage at 7:00 p.m. at this concert to benefit the theater. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets. 

Sep 16 - Rye Farmer's Market

Rye Center, 580 Washington Road, Rye, NH

2:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.

The Rye Farmer's Market will be open every Wednesday from 2:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. beginning June 24th and continuing until September 23rd. This is a great opportunity to enjoy local fruits, vegetables, flowers, fine crafts and baked goods. There will be several new vendors, such as Churchill's Gardens with flowers and plants and Isles of Shoals Organic Body Products. The Green Alliance will be there with a table, so come by and check out all that we have to offer!

For more information on the Rye Farmer's Market, click here.

Sep 17 - Support the New England Grassroots Environmental Fund in the Climate Ride

Bar Harbor, ME to Boston, MA

September 17 - 21

The Climate Ride Northeast is a five day, 390 mile bike ride beginning September 17 in Bar Harbor and ending September 21 in Boston. Climate Ride is a nonprofit organization that puts together events to raise money and awareness for environmental issues across the country.

This summer, the New England Grassroots Environmental Fund has joined the Climate Ride Northeast to raise funds to support the work that grassroots groups are doing. The organization has created a team, the Grassroots Fun(d) Riders, to raise money and will be represented by Bart Westdijk, Program Director at the New England Grassroots Environmental Fund.

There is still room to join the Grassroots Fun(d) Riders in the 390 mile bike journey, or those interested in donating can contribute to Bart Westdijk’s fundraising campaign.
 

Sep 17 - Concert Cruise Series Featuring Barbara Benn and Jeff Warner

Prescott Park Dock, Portsmouth

5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Join the Gundalow Company for toe-tapping, back porch music performed by Barbara Benn and Jeff Warner. This sail, part of the September Music Series, will leave the dock at 5:00 p.m. and offers guests the perfect opportunity to enjoy a sunset out on the Piscataqua River. Bring a friend and a picnic to enjoy an evening of good music!

Click here to purchase your tickets.

Sep 17 - 900 Degrees Epping Beer Promo Featuring Beara Irish Brewing Company

900 Degrees, Brickyard Square, Epping

5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Stop by 900 Degrees on Thursday evening, September 17th for a drink after work and to sample beer from Beara Irish Brewing Company. This Portsmouth based brewery will showcase their Mid-Atlantic Pale Ale, a nicely balanced pale ale, which is the result of a collaboration between Beara and Rising Sons Brewery in Cork, Ireland. 

Sep 18 - Blue Ocean Society Beach Cleanup for Students

Various Beach Cleanup Sites

All Day Event

Students from across the state will gather at Hampton Beach, Rye Harbor State Park, Wallis Sands State Park, and North Beach in Hampton to participate in the New Hampshire Coastal Cleanup.

Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation coordinated the cleanup and is still seeking schools to participate. Students will pick up trash on the beach and record their findings on data cards for further study by Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation and the Ocean Conservancy as part of their efforts to learn more about marine pollution, both locally and internationally.

This is no ordinary day at the beach. Before heading out to the cleanup, students will learn about the environmental problems related to marine debris, including the dangers to marine mammals, fish, and birds from entanglement or ingestion. Through their participation in the cleanup, students will have a hands-on experience with scientific data collection. Their tally sheets will contribute important data to ongoing research concerning the worldwide sources of marine debris. Ultimately, the trash that these students collect will help us to learn how we can prevent more from showing up in its place.

Last year, over 400 students, teachers and chaperones participated in the cleanup and collected 300 pounds of trash. The number one item collected was cigarette butts – almost 13,000 by students alone.

In addition to the cleanup, the Blue Ocean Society offers interactive presentations about marine pollution, research, and conservation to area schools. To learn more about the cleanup or to schedule a presentation, call (603) 431-0260 or click here.

Sep 19 - Lamprey River Clean Up

Lamprey River Watershed

9:30 a.m.

A watershed-wide river clean-up event will take place at four locations throughout the Lamprey River watershed. Volunteers are asked to meet at either the Deerfield Community School, The Pines Restaurant in Raymond, the Mill Street bridge in Epping, or at the Newmarket Library parking lot. Volunteers will be provided a trash bag and instructions and fan out to several locations along the river. This event is on the same day as other coastal clean-up efforts as part of the International Coastal Cleanup and demonstrates the connectedness of a healthy watershed from the headwaters to the sea. 

 

Sep 19 - 30th Annual NH Coastal Cleanup

Various Beach Cleanup Sites

9:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Join the Blue Ocean Society at the 30th Annual International Coastal Cleanup at 25 sites along the New Hampshire Coast and Great Bay. 

Blue Ocean Society, based in Portsmouth, has been coordinating the New Hampshire Coastal Cleanup since 2005 and strives to spread awareness about the marine environment and the importance of proper trash disposal. During the cleanup, each piece of trash collected is recorded, and the data is used to implement city and state projects to lessen waste on our beaches.

Last year’s cleanup in New Hampshire was a great success, with more than 1,120 volunteers coming together to clean 26 miles of New Hampshire’s coastlines and waterways. Volunteers collected 37,085 pieces of debris, which amounted to 2,207 pounds of trash. The number one item collected was cigarette butts, of which more than 25,000 were collected. Blue Ocean Society hopes that this year’s cleanup will involve more volunteers to create the most successful New Hampshire cleanup yet.

To participate in the cleanup contact Blue Ocean Society at (603) 431-0260, email info@blueoceansociety.org, or click here for more info.

Sep 19 - Passport Tour 2015

Strawberry Banke Museum

4 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

 Smuttynose Brewery and New Hampshire Public Television will be hosting the Passport Tour 2015 at Strawberry Banke museum in Portsmouth, NH. There will be a variety of pairings, local foods created by the best chefs in the area and craft brews from local breweries. The main event is from 5 - 7:30 p.m.. Tickets run from $75 for the main event and a $30 designated driver pass, providing food and non-alcoholic beverages. The event will be for those who are 21 years or older and have an ID. 

For ticket purchases and more information on the event, visit the Passport 2015 page.

 

Sep 20 - Kittery Community Market

The Kittery Community Market (KCM), Kittery Center Village at Post Office Square, 10 Shapleigh Road, Kittery, ME

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The Kittery Community Market will be on Sunday's instead of Wednesday's this year! Beginning June 7th and continuing every Sunday until October 4th from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. This market is currently seeking vendors, email kitterycommunitymarket@gmail.com if you're interested in becoming a vendor.

Sep 20 - National Drive Electric Week Celebration

Pettee Brook Lane, Durham, NH

1 p.m.

The Town of Durham Energy Committee invites the greater Seacoast community to celebrate National Drive Electric week with the opening of a two public Level 2 EV charging parking spots in the Pettee Brook Municipal Lot, Pettee Brook Lane, Durham, NH 03824. The ribbon cutting for the station will commence at 1 p.mLocal Nissan and BMW dealers will be bringing electric vehicles for attendees to test drive. Thinking about converting? Dealership employees will be on hand to answer any questions that potential buyers may have about vehicle ownership and operation. Actual electric vehicle owers will also be present to meet and greet curious attendees, ReVision Energy of Exeter will additionally present a solar array car charger, just one of the many options for electric vehicle owners for at home charging. 

Sep 20 - Concerts on the Hill Featuring Beiliang Zhu

St. John's Episcopal Church, 100 Chapel St.

4:00 p.m.

Concerts on the Hill will host International Bach Prize Winner, Beiliang Zhu, who has been hailed by The New Yorker for her "elegant and sensual, stylishly wild" playing. This is a rare opportunity to hear an internationally-acclaimed performer play both cello and viol da gamba. Zhu's program will include works by Johann Sebastian Bach, as well as his 9th son Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, who was a very successful composer, though in a completely different style than his father. 

General admission tickets are available at the door for a suggested donation of $15, and student/senior tickets are available at a suggested donation of $10. Children and youth are welcome and encouraged to attend for free.

Sep 20 - Kittery PTA Seaside 4-Miler

Fort Foster, Kittery Point

8:30 a.m.

Join the Kittery PTA for a morning of fun for the whole family. Participate in the 4-mile road race, or grab the family and enjoy the 2.5 mile walk. The race’s venue is located in one of the most spectacular places on the Seacoast: Fort Foster, Kittery Point, Maine, filled with history, beautiful beaches and nature trails. The race features age group awards for 4-mile road-race, a free kids run at 9:30 am, an environmentally-friendly giveaway to the first 75 registered participants, delicious post race food options, and all race entrants receive a free admission into the park for the day.

Click here for more information and to register. 

Sep 21 - Social Innovation Week "Carbon Nation" Documentary Screening

Paul College G45, UNH Durham

5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

 Net Impact UNH and the NH Social Venture Innovation Challenge kick off Social Innovation Week with Carbon Nation – “The climate change solutions documentary that doesn't even care if you believe in climate change!” This compelling and relevant film shows how solutions to climate change also address other social, economic, and national security issues. This movie is a nonpartisan and pragmatic approach to show why the new, low carbon economy is good business.

Introduction and post movie discussion will be led by Dr. Clay Mitchell (UNH, ’08, Natural Resources and Environmental Studies/ Lecturer, Sustainability, Community and Environmental Planning, Sustainable Energy / Partner, Revolution Energy LLC)

Click here for more information and to register to attend.

Sep 21 - Raising Dough to Support the New Hampshire Food Bank

900 Degrees: Brickyard Square, Epping and 50 Dow Street, Manchester

5:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Why cook when you could have a great dinner out AND support the NH Food Bank! Dine in at either the Manchester or Epping location from 5:00 - 9:00 p.m. and let your server know you are there to Raise Some Dough. A portion of sales will benefit the New Hampshire Food Bank.

Sep 21 - Social Innovation Week

University of New Hampshire

September 21 - 24

The Center for Social Innovation and Enterprise pairs up with Net Impact UNH for this inaugural UNH tradition. Social Innovation is a week of inspiring and informative events to introduce students and community members to different facets of social innovation. Enjoy documentaries and discussions about topics including business and the environment!

Click here for more information and to register. 

Sep 23 - Rye Farmer's Market

Rye Center, 580 Washington Road, Rye, NH

2:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.

The Rye Farmer's Market will be open every Wednesday from 2:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. beginning June 24th and continuing until September 23rd. This is a great opportunity to enjoy local fruits, vegetables, flowers, fine crafts and baked goods. There will be several new vendors, such as Churchill's Gardens with flowers and plants and Isles of Shoals Organic Body Products.

For more information on the Rye Farmer's Market, click here.

Sep 23 - NH Clean Power Plan Roundtable

Eversource Energy Park, 780 North Commercial St., Manchester

12:00 - 2:30 p.m.

The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) recently released the Clean Power Plan, designed to reduce carbon pollution from existing power plants 32 percent by 2030. Each state has considerable flexibility to meet this goal; in New Hampshire this includes developing additional renewable energy capacity and increasing efficiency.

What does the Clean Power Plan mean for New Hampshire?
How do existing state policies relate to the Clean Power Plan?
Should resilience to our shifting weather patterns be part of the discussion?

On Wednesday, September 23rd over a buffet lunch, join members of the NH Businesses for Social Responsibility, Environmental Business Council of New England, and the NH Clean Tech Council for presentations and discussions with EPA Region I to learn more about the Clean Power Plan and the economic opportunities it presents.

Presenters will include Lisa Grogan-McCulloch of the EPA Region I Energy and Climate Unit, Steve Duprey, Host Committee, New Hampshire Weathering Change, and Jack Kenworthy, CEO of Eolian Renewable Energy. 

Eolian Renewable Energy, a Business Partner of the Green Alliance, has been at the forefront of large scale wind energy projects since the company was developed in 2009.

Click here to register.For more information contact Rob Werner of the League of Conservation Voters at rob_werner@lcv.org or 603-674-9810.

Sep 24 - Six Week Introductory Beekeeping Course

Jeremiah Smith Grange, 1 Lee Hook Rd., Lee

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Looking for a new hobby? Have you always wanted to keep bees, but never got around to it? The Seacoast Beekeepers Association is offering a 6-week introductory course this fall to help you prepare for getting your own honeybees. Topics will include honeybee biology, equipment, hive management, and pests and diseases. Classes will be held Thursdays, September 24, October 1, 22, 29, and November 5 and 12, at the Jeremiah Smith Grange from 6:30 to 8:30pm. The cost for the session is $75 per person (may bring a family member along). This fee will include class handouts and a one year membership to the Seacoast Beekeepers Association. Pre-registration is required to attend.

For more information and to register, email info@seacoastbeekeepers.com.

Sep 24 - Concert Cruise Series Featuring Drowned Valley

Prescott Park Dock, Portsmouth

4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Join the Gundalow Company for banjo tunes, bluegrass, and country ballads by Drowned Vally. This sail, part of the September Music Series, will leave the dock at 4:30 p.m. and offers guests the perfect opportunity to enjoy a sunset out on the Piscataqua River. Bring a friend and a picnic to enjoy an evening of good music!

Click here to purchase your tickets.

Sep 24 - Plight of the Grassland Birds

Dartmouth, Hanover, NH

7:00 p.m.

New Hampshire Public Television presents a free screening and discussion with Willem Lange and Audubon birding experts about the endangered North American habitats of grassland birds. Outdoor adventurer Will Lange hosts NHPTV's award-winning series, Windows to the Wild, which returns for its 11th season this fall. Click here for more information. 

Sep 25 - Common Ground Country Fair

Unity, ME

9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

The Common Ground Country Fair will be held September 25 - 27 and is one of the most popular destinations in Maine each fall. Almost 60,000 visitors enjoy the Common Ground Country Fair every year. Nearly the entire Common Ground Country Fair is held outdoors in the open or under cover in a tent or barn, giving guests a great opportunity to enjoy the beautiful fall weather. 

The fair features exhibitors, demonstrations, speakers, livestock, great food, and so much more! Click here for more information and to purchase tickets ahead of time for a reduced price. 

Sep 26 - A Snapshot of NH from a Social and Environmental Perspective

Seacoast Science Center, Rye

5:00 p.m.

New Hampshire experts in climate science, oceanography, forestry, education and other fields will gather at the Seacoast Science Center for a dinner lecture about the ecological consequences of short and long term changes, drivers of change, and the impact on society. The panelists will include accounts of their work, changes they have seen, and their research. 

Cost to attend is $35 for Seacoast Science Center members and $40 for non members, and includes a barbeque dinner and drink ticket, thanks to event sponsors Chill Catering and Smuttynose Brewing Company. 

Click here for more information and to register. 

Sep 27 - Harvest Moon Gala Fundraiser to Benefit Rett's Roost

Shilo Farm Eco B&B, 88 Beach Rd, Eliot, ME

4:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Gather at Shilo Farm Eco B&B for the Harvest Moon Gala to support Rett's Roost. This farm to table dinner and auction will feature home cooked, local fare prepared by Greg Leifester, Executive Chef at theYork Golf and Tennis Club, unlimted drinks, and music from the Sean Farias Jazz Trio. Guests will have the chance to make final bids on the online auction items including gift certificates for massages, a surf board and lessons, artwork, apparel, and a trip to South Africa. 

The Harvest Moon Gala will benefit Rett's Roost, a sanctuary for families with a child affected by cancer. Rett's Roost is a non-profit organization established by Jim and Deana Cavan in memory of their son Everett "Rett" Cavan who was diagnosed with cancer at just six months old. Malignant rhabdoid tumors are very rare and agressive, and despite months of chemotherapy at Bostons Children's Hospital, Rett passed away on February 22, 2015 at home, in the arms of his loving family. 

Jim Cavan worked as the Director of Media at the Green Alliance for five years, and although he continues to write for publications in the area, Jim and Deana have made it their mission to honor Rett. Through Rett's Roost, the Cavans provide retreats for families with children affected by cancer and have created a loving and supportive community to ease their experience with the disease. Guests enjoy nutritious meals and daily classes in art, yoga, meditation, healthy habits, therapeutic play and learning, and mindfulness towards the natural and spiritual world–holistic means of healing that treat the body and soul.

All proceeds from the Harvest Moon Gala will go to Rett's Roost to allow more children and families to enjoy free retreats at Shilo Farm Eco B&B.

Click here for more information on the fundraiser and to purchase tickets. 

Sep 27 - Kittery Community Market

The Kittery Community Market (KCM), Kittery Center Village at Post Office Square, 10 Shapleigh Road, Kittery, ME

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

The Kittery Community Market will be on Sunday's instead of Wednesday's this year! Beginning June 7th and continuing every Sunday until October 4th from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. This market is currently seeking vendors, email kitterycommunitymarket@gmail.com if you're interested in becoming a vendor.

Sep 28 - Plight of the Grassland Birds

Red River Theatres, Concord

7:00 p.m.

New Hampshire Public Television presents a free screening and discussion with Willem Lange and Audubon birding experts about the endangered North American habitats of grassland birds. Outdoor adventurer Will Lange hosts NHPTV's award-winning series, Windows to the Wild, which returns for its 11th season this fall. Click here for more information.

Sep 29 - Plight of the Grassland Birds

Peterborough Community Theatre

7:00 p.m.

New Hampshire Public Television presents a free screening and discussion with Willem Lange and Audubon birding experts about the endangered North American habitats of grassland birds. Outdoor adventurer Will Lange hosts NHPTV's award-winning series, Windows to the Wild, which returns for its 11th season this fall. Click here for more information.

 

Sep 30 - Eversource Energy Webinar “Energy Efficiency 101: The Value of Energy Efficiency for Your Business.”

Online

1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Interested in business operational efficiency? Enjoy a one hour webinar presentation on Energy Efficiency from Eversource Energy. With energy efficiency - one of the easiest and most cost effective ways to reduce the cost of doing business- and integrating simple and proven energy efficiency measures, our Eversource team can help you to reduce your operating costs and increase your profitability.

Register by clicking the link below to attend part-one in a series, and learn:

Energy efficiency fundamentals and the direct benefits for your business.
How to identify and mitigate the largest sources of energy usage in your building.
The resources readily available from Eversource to help improve your energy efficiency now.
How businesses like yours are successfully implementing these measures today to save energy and money.
 
Register here.