A Mini-Tour of NH Brewers By: GSA Kristina Mehegan, GSA 2020 Class of Millyard Museum; GSA Intern For anyone missing the sweet taste of NH-made craft beer from their favorite local breweries – you don’t have to! With the closure of all non-essential businesses due to COVID-19, breweries are still
It’s Always Sunny at Home By: GSA Kristina Mehegan, GSA 2020 Class of Millyard Museum; GSA Intern As we all know, Governor Sununu issued a stay-at-home order on Friday. This complicates our lives, not only as GSAs, with event cancellations and visitor centers being closed indefinitely, but also as everyday
By: GSA Kristina Mehegan, GSA 2020 Class of Millyard Museum; GSA Intern In honor of the International Day of Forests, two of my sisters and I took to the trails around Squam Lake on Saturday. We decided to do the East Rattlesnake trail in Holderness (which you can find on
GSA Roberta Wells sent this in in response to our question of how GSAs are staying busy. She’s been helping out with her husband’s labor of love. Brian (husband) has played guitar since his teens, was part of a couple of Rock ‘n Roll bands in High School. He recently
By: Kristina Mehegan, GSA 2020 Class of Millyard Museum; GSA Intern Two weekends ago, I volunteered at the New Hampshire State Home Show, which the New Hampshire Builder’s Association’s website proudly declares to be “The Longest Running Show North of Boston.” The show ran through the entire Doubletree Expo Center

March 11, 2020


With all the concerns about COVID-19 and with us being in our event season, we wanted to share ours, the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport’s and the NH Division of Travel and Tourism’s statements. We ask that you get your updates and information from the CDC, DHHS and DPHS. STATEMENT FROM GRANITE
by GSA Kathryn Segreti, League of NH Craftsmen Concord Class of 2012 A wonderful gathering of Granite State Ambassadors met at the newly opened Thai Restaurant in Merrimack. “A Lot of Thai” is setting the bar high with its exceptional décor, inviting atmosphere, scrumptious food and attentive service. The GSAs
by GSA Kelly Bryer, Museum of NH History Class of 2003 View our photo album On February 25th, 15 Granite State Ambassadors traveled to beautiful Warner NH to experience the Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum and the New Hampshire Telephone Museum. Our day started at the Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum where
by GSA Roberta Wells, The Hotel Concord Class of 2019 Looking for a casual place for good food and unusual beers. Kettlehead Brewing in Tilton may be just the place for you. The industrial interior showcases a rustic bar with about 12 beers on tap at any given time. Today
by GSA Roberta Wells The Confucius Institue of UNH sponsored an exhibit of the Terracotta Army and the Shuihudi Qin Bamboo Slips.  The original figures were discovered in Xi’an China and so far only one of the three pits estimated to contain approximately 8000 soldiers, 130 chariots, and 520 horses