June 2017

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Now Is the Perfect Time For Education and Career Advancement

For many, the arrival of summer means sun, sand, surf and longer days — yet it can also mean education, career advancement and increased opportunities.

Carla Sullivan's Language Arts

The Moultonborough metalworker transforms castoff tools into one-of-a-kind works of art.

Eastward, Ho!

The state’s political class seems to like sea breezes.

The NH State Library Celebrates 300 Years

One of New Hampshire's many "firsts" marks a major milestone this year.

How to Pack for a Lake Vacation

Headed on a lakes vacation? Pack your bags with these items from a few of our favorite local stores.

Playing With Food at The Culinary Playground

The Culinary Playground in Derry unlocks the fun of cooking in their classes for both kids and adults.

Your Letters From the June 2017 Issue

Ding!

You are now free to move back north.

The Pocket Garden Tour Offers Inspiration for Green Thumbs

Explore Portsmouth's secret gardens and check out The Pockets Garden Tour happening June 23-24

Indonesian Beef Rendang

Sonny's Tavern

John Gilbert Winant: The Most Important NH Man You Never Knew

You've heard of our famous former governor, but what do you really know about his illustrious career and tragic life?

Summer Guide for Adventure and Outdoors Lovers

This summer we want you to get outside and choose your own adventure

Yankee Clipper Lionel Gobeil

The Concord barber says it's all in how you hold the comb.

The Other Mountain Club

The Randolph Mountain Club, with its low-key, bare-bones approach to outdoorsmanship, keeps things real for hikers and has even been called New Hampshire’s best-kept secret.

Four Legendary Performances to Catch This June

No matter what genre you like, there's a famous name coming to the Granite State this month.

Kidding Around with Jenness Farm's Goat Yoga

Add some "baa" to your "ohm" with New Hampshire's latest viral sensation: goat yoga.

Moving Pictures

These three local documentaries are worth caring about.

Sex, Sexting and Digital Discretion

What would the founders think of sexting?

My Quest To Save A Cow

They say “a down cow is a dead cow,” so there was no time to waste.

Why You Shouldn't Just Sit There

Mounting research points to the hazards of sitting.

Voluntary Association

Heroics are often associated with a singular response in a moment of crisis, but what about a whole world in the aftermath of war? What do you call the thousands who answer the call?

Where to Find Big Fun in Littleton

There's always gladness in this big little city.

Small Bites: June Food News

Restaurant news and events

Three Great NH Waterfall Hikes

How to prepare and where to go for a New Hampshire summer hike that ends with a splash.

Big Kahunas Cafe & Grill

Stop in for a taste of the islands, or try their catering service for a tropical feast at your next event.

Camping in the North Woods

Unplug, relax and unwind while you surround yourself with the beautiful forests and peaceful streams in NH's Great North Woods.

Surfing the New Hampshire Seacoast

For its small coastline, NH has a huge range of surfing options.

Swimming in the White Mountains

Spend the day paddling on the water or climbing to Cathedral Ledge

Exploring the Dartmouth/Sunapee Region

It's time to hop in your car, motorcycle or bike and explore the western side of the state. You'll find great food, beautiful sites and a historic steamship wreck.

Climbing the Monadnock Region

Climb the Monadnocks, sing some songs and fill your heart with adrenaline and joy

Hiking in the Lakes Region

You probably know the Lakes Region for its bodies of water but there are some great hiking opportunities here too

Adrenaline Rush in the Merrimack Valley

You don't have to travel outside of the Merrimack Valley to catch a wave, hike a mountain or visit an astronomical calendar site
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