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August 2, 2019

NH Hidden Treasures

by GSA Sarah Brown What else to do during mud season but explore some of New Hampshire’s hidden treasures? We headed north this time to visit the Museum of the White Mountains. I was surprised to discover that the museum is part of the university rather than a separate non-profit.
by GSA Sarah Brown The New Hampshire Historical Society is an architectural as well as historical gem located on Park Street in Concord. Sandwiched between the NH State Library and the Concord City Library, the Society building houses both exhibition spaces and a research library. The main draw is the permanent
Again a beautiful blue sky and sunny day drive ‘up North’ brought about 18 GSAs to Plymouth, N. Woodstock, and Lincoln areas. Our GSAs’ comments in quotations give you some insight into how great a trip it was. At the Museum of the White Mountains on the campus of Plymouth State University,

August 2, 2019

The Local, Laconia 

by Roberta Wells, Hotel Concord Class of 2019 My husband and I went to “The Local” in Laconia tonight.  It is actually one of our favorite restaurants. Located in the former Train Station in the Center of Laconia, it is a Farm to Table experience in the Lakes Region.  The
by Kathryn Segreti, League of NH Craftsmen Class of 2012 We visited the WWII Wright Museum in Wolfeboro yesterday. So much more than the war. An excellent history lesson about the war and a great time capsule about American life between 1939-1945. Sang along with the music and enjoyed reviewing