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Start the New Year off with a hike

NH State Parks is once again hosting First Day hikes for families

Top Teachers 2018

We selected five Granite State educators to feature in ParentingNH’s second-annual Top Teacher issue.

PNH cover teen featured in Marvel comic

Julie Seven Sage, 14, of Nashua is featured in Marvel’s newly released comic, “Unstoppable Wasp.”

CMC, NH Food Bank launch the Preventative Food Pantry

The Preventative Food Pantry helps patients with chronic medical conditions get healthy foods and nutrition counseling in an effort to improve their overall health.

A new children’s book is straight from the horse’s mouth

Portsmouth author Diane Robbins Jones chronicles the first year with her handsome chestnut thoroughbred Rudy in her first children’s book, “Rudy – A Big Horse with a Big Heart.”

St. Francis of Assisi School named to the Catholic Education Honor Roll

St. Francis of Assisi School is one of just 44 schools on the current list and it is the first New Hampshire Diocesan school to have received this recognition.

Veterans Day parades and events

Veteran's Day is on Sunday, November 11, 2018

Reimagining and reinventing with the Children's Museum of NH

The Children’s Museum of NH has undergone many changes over 35 years, and continues to evolve

Audible and Laurie Berkner create original series

Best-selling children’s recording artist and preschool television favorite Laurie Berkner has a new Audible Original series, Laurie Berkner’s Song and Story Kitchen.

New season for Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud is organized by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation, and led in New Hampshire by the N.H. State Council on the Arts.

Kathy Brodsky releases her first board book

“Two Arms, Two Legs, Two Feet,” illustrated by Cameron Bennett, follows a newborn baby on a quest to find his or her family, meet new friends and learn more about the outside world along the way.

Binge drinking prevention campaign in New Hampshire receives national award

“Binge-Free 603: What’s Your Reason?,” won the Gold Berreth Award, sponsored by the National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC), in the Not-for-Profit Health Marketing category

Not-so-sweet and too sexy: The Halloween costume dilemma

How to talk to your daughter about what’s age-appropriate

Attention teen filmmakers

Don't miss the Young Filmmakers Workshop happening October 11-14 in Portsmouth

30 years of Walking for the Animals of MHS

Monadnock Humane Society’s 30th annual Walk for Animals returns to its original location at MHS’ Swanzey location.
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