Blog: Exploring the Thrills of New England Motorized Racing at the New England Racing Museum On Wednesday, January 17th, a group of Granite State Ambassador welcome center volunteers toured the New England Racing Museum so they could better refer guests and as a new volunteer opportunity for them. You can view all of our photos HERE. If you’re a fan of motorized racing and

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GSA Fall Recap

Granite State Ambassadors have had a successful 2023, with a variety of events and educational opportunities.  Learn more about where our Granite State Ambassadors (GSAs) are volunteering and what topics they are learning more about to better refer our guests around the state! October 2023 Volunteer Hours Summary: 134 Volunteers

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Blog – A Winter Wonderland Adventure on the Cog: Heartwarming Testimonials

View all of our photos at: The Cog Railway: Throughout the winter, the Cog’s trains terminate at their newly redesigned and expanded Waumbek Station. Located in an alpine meadow at roughly 4000’, clear conditions provide spectacular panoramic vistas from the southern Presidentials to the Canadian border. Passengers leave

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MTA talks to GSAs about new routes

The Manchester Transit Authority took time to talk with our Granite State Ambassador volunteers about their new routes connecting Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to the Boston Express Terminal and other locations. To watch it directly: MTA operates all transit buses in and around Manchester. We offer intercity routes to Concord

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Blog: Journey through Cultural Enrichment: Exploring Dover’s Woodman and Children’s Museums

On the 15th of November, a delegation comprising enthusiastic Granite State Ambassador volunteers embarked on an enlightening journey to Dover, New Hampshire. Our purpose was to explore two distinguished institutions that adorn the cultural and educational landscape of the region: the Woodman Museum and the Children’s Museum of NH. Both are members of the NH Heritage Museum Trail. 

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Exploring Hidden Gems: The New Hampshire Telephone Museum and Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum

Recently a group of Granite State Ambassador (GSA) welcome center volunteers explored the quaint village of Warner, NH to experience it as a traveling guest would. As always, it didn’t disappoint! With 5 museums in the village, it was hard selecting just 2 to visit. We are excited to share what we learned about the New Hampshire Telephone Museum and the Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum.

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Campton Office Hours – Oct & Nov

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Hours will be reported for you.

Upcoming volunteer hours at our Campton Office are posted below with planned tasks. If the shift is for 1 person and you want to come as a pair, just email me and I’ll add the second person.

Address: Exit 28 off I-93. 399 NH Route 49, Campton NH 03223  near the Campton Dam and across from the Dollar General. If it’s snowing, call ahead 603-851-8624. The driveway is straight up and shifts will be cancelled.

There is a full kitchen on-site and you will be working in your own office space next to mine.

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Tour: Discovering the Wonders of the UNH Astronomical Observatory

On September 7, a group of 28 Granite State Ambassadors (GSAs) visited the University of New Hampshire (UNH) campus in Durham to explore and learn about the UNH Astronomical Observatory.

This place is truly a gem, offering regular monthly viewing sessions, special programs, family-friendly events, and gatherings for the public to enjoy. With its impressive collection of astronomy equipment, including two domes with high light-gathering telescopes, a new digital telescope, and various portable telescopes, the observatory is a haven for astronomy enthusiasts.

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Conversation with OLLI at UNH

OLLI at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) is a member-driven, volunteer based educational program for lifelong learners who are eager to explore ideas and interests in a safe and relaxed environment, with a community of peers. Volunteer curriculum committees develop programs in response to member interests. Courses are non-credit.

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