Events : June, 2016

Jun 18 - 7th Annual Herb & Garden Day

McLane Audubon Center 84 Silk Farm Road Concord, NH

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

If you are a curious seeker, intrepid plant lover, herbal entrepreneur, earth lover, or natural health advocate, this event is for you.

Held at the McLane Audubon Center in Concord, the 7th Annual Herb and Garden Day will feature 12 workshops on topics such as mushrooms, invasives, GERD, growing and using peaceful plants, flower essences for pain, community herbalism, fermentation and more. Between workshops, attendees can browse the Herbal Market and Vendor Fair, featuring over 30 vendors. Attendees are encouraged to join one of four plant identification walks, take a break in the reiki tent and dine on food from local vendors.

"NH Herb and Garden Day is an excellent way to connect with herbalists, plant growers, alternative healers, and farmers who care about the health and wellness of our community," said Sara Woods Kender, acting president of NH Herbal Network, "and including vendors in the event helps to support our local economy."

Herb & Garden Day is open to the public and registration is $35. To register, visit this link.

Jun 20 - The NH Beer Club

New England's Tap House Grille, 1292 Hooksett Rd. Hooksett, NH

6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

We are excited to announce that New Hampshire Magazine is teaming up with New England's Tap House Grille of Hooksett to bring you a series of beer events featuring local NH breweries.

Starting Monday, May 16 (and then held on the third Monday of each month) you can meet that evening’s featured brewer, sample the beer (some of which will either be special brews or exclusive to the Beer Club) and enjoy tasty bites made with the specific beer pairings in mind.

The Beer Club gatherings are by reservation only. Tickets are $30 per person and include beer samples and food pairings. Tickets can be purchased at nhbeerclub.com. Purchase a full year of Beer Club event tickets for $240, a discount of $120. Annual membership will give folks a membership card that will grant them access to all Beer Club events in addition to $1 off their first pint for each visit to the Tap House.

Beer Club events are from 6:30-9 p.m. with the brewer talk and sampling beginning at 7 p.m.

Each event will spotlight one local New Hampshire brewery. The inaugural Beer Club evening on Monday, May 16 will feature Able Ebenezer Brewing Company of Merrimack.

Jun 23 - Market Days Festival

Downtown Concord, NH

10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

The Green Alliance is excited to announce the 42nd annual Mark Days Festival in Concord, NH.

The Market Days Festival attracts over 50,000 people from all over New England. People can enjoy shopping from vendors, food, music and cultural programming. The best part? There is free admission.

Follow this link for a schedule of events, vendor list, and festival map.

 

 

 

 

Jun 25 - Harmonium Music Festival

Gauthier Farm - Rochester, NH

10:30 am - 9:30 pm

The Green Alliance is proud to announce that we are a supporting sponsor of the 3rd Annual Harmonium Fest at Gauthier Farm in Rochester, NH.   Harmonium Music and Arts Festival is a celebration of regional music and artists, local food and drink, and community groups that care about the arts - a mini-Newport Folk Fest in our area.

The talent is profoundly out of this world and has been selected carefully by Nani and Mike of Wicked Cool Music who LOVE sharing the New England grassroots music scene with you all.

 

This year's lineup includes: 

PARSONSFIELD \\ WILL DAILEY \\ THE RECONSTRUCTED \\ THE DUPONT BROTHERS \\ RABBIT IN THE RYE \\ COLBIS THE CREATURE \\ GOLDENOAK \\ THE COTERIES \\ KID COYOTE

For more details and to buy tickets, visite: www.harmoniumfest.com/

Jun 28 - The Exchange on the Road: A Conversation on Sustainability

LaBelle Winery - 345 New Hampshire 101, Amherst, NH 03031

5:00-7:30 PM

Join Laura Knoy on June 28th for a rare opportunity to see The Exchange, LIVE on the Road. Laura and a panel of experts including NHPR's Sam Evans-Brown, host of Outside/In, will discuss the hows and whys of businesses going green. From internal policies to public relations, companies have adopted many practiced in the name of "Sustainability". But what's real and what's greenwashing? Exchange on the road helps you tell the difference. Guests are encouraged to ask questions and participate in the show.

Please join us for a pre-event reception provided by our hosts Labelle Winery at 5:00 PM.

 

The program will begin promptly at 6:30

 

This event is free but we kindly ask you to register here!

 

 

 

 

Jun 29 - You're Invited to Ratemaking 101/102

Orr & Reno, 45 South Main Street, Concord NH

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

You are invited to an exclusive workshop designed to increase your knowledge about electric rates. This is essential knowledge for clean energy companies, to meet the needs of their customers, and for end-users, who want to better understand and control their energy costs.

 

By attending this workshop, you will learn:

  • What are the electric bill components: generation, transmission, distribution, etc.
  • How different rates and rate components impact energy projects and customer opportunities
  • Rate-making and design principles
  • And much more, resulting in a level of knowledge about rates few people possess!

This event includes lunch.

Free for NH CleanTech Council/NHSEA members | $35 dollars for not-yet members. Space is limited.

Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ratemaking-101202-tickets-26084379080

For questions contact Brianna Brand at Brianna@nhsea.org