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Things to do in Hinsdale New Hampshire

4

Apr

Hinsdale New Hampshire is one of those unassuming small towns that is full of charm. For a sleepy town, we found so many things to do in Hinsdale New Hampshire! From an annual Art in the Park festival to a warm-season farmers market and plenty of outdoor places to explore. The town even has an …

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Spring Activities 2022

2

Mar

The first day of Spring is only 18 days away so why not start your planning now? After a Winter of being cooped up inside we’re certainly looking forward to stretching our legs! Harold in the Spring with a hike on one of the many beautiful trails in the Monadnock region, or visit a local …

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Family Friendly Museums & Galleries Galore!

15

Feb

Explore the many kid-friendly galleries and museums throughout the Monadnock region! With such an amazing number and variety of artists, it’s not surprising to find exhibits year-round, in galleries, libraries, and special shows. Museums present special exhibits as well as permanent collections, all telling stories unique to the area that the family will love! It …

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Top Places to Eat in Hillsborough New Hampshire

Top Places to Eat in Hillsborough New Hampshire

1

Nov

With the cold weather setting in, it’s time to start looking for indoor activities. Lucky for you, exploring new restaurants is at the top of our list! Let’s take a look at some of Google’s most highly rated stops in Hillsborough, NH.   We’ll start with Tooky Mills Pub, a favorite of the locals and …

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Ways To Make Your Old Home Feel New

17

Mar

New England is home to over two centuries worth of beautiful homes. Although our older homes come with their own history and charm, there comes a time when you may want to step into the current era without moving out. Fortunately, there are ways to make your old home feel new. Deep Clean Sometimes it …

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Tips for Mixing Different Interior Design Styles

18

Feb

The Monadnock region hosts a variety of cultural influences that are reflected in our houses. We often choose décor that reminds us of our backgrounds or replicates surroundings like the ones with which we grew up. But you don’t have to limit yourself to one aesthetic—you can incorporate other local elements that work with what …

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The Different Types of Native American Dance

2

Dec

As a means of expression, a language in itself, and a powerful, highly regarded storytelling device, dance is an all-important part of many Native American cultures. The Monadnock region is the traditional unceded land of the Abenaki people, part of the Wabanaki Confederacy. Sokoki and Penacook have both made this region their home over the …

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Peterborough Folk Music Society closes out 20th anniversary

24

Aug

As Peterborough Folk Music wraps up its 20th year, we are excited to bring to you three concerts with some of our longest and most beloved musicians who played the wonderful coffee house, The Folkway, our legacy and part of the reason the reason PFMS exists today. These musicians played to a room of never …

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The Porch of Common Prayer at the Monadnock Center

7

Aug

The Monadnock Center for History and Culture welcomes author Peter Tuttle for a book talk on Saturday, August 13 at 10 a.m. Tuttle will be discussing his recent publication, The Porch of Common Prayer, a meditation upon life and the places where we find happiness.   Happiness has come to be defined by more than …

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Fall Concerts with Peterborough Folk Music Society

4

Aug

As Peterborough Folk Music wraps up its 20th year, we are excited to bring to you three concerts with some of our longest and most beloved musicians who played the wonderful coffee house, The Folkway, our legacy and part of the reason the reason Folk Society exists today. These musicians played to a room of …

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