New Hampshire Humanities provides wide-ranging and thought-provoking, humanities-based programs that connect people across New Hampshire to culture, history, places, ideas, and each other. We connect people and ideas through free public events, literacy programs, and grantmaking.

Join us in Lancaster, and Concord this spring for Knit Democracy together, a project that will demystify the electoral process and your rights as a voter as it engages citizen crafters in building a collaborative sculpture of the New Hampshire State House. Learn more 

Our April Humanities@Home program: The Use of Flowers
Presented by Professor Joshua Bennet
Friday, April 19, 5 pm on Zoom Details & RSVP

New Hampshire Humanities' executive director Michael Haley Goldman is featured in the winter edition of HUMANITIES magazine, published by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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New Hampshire Humanities presents Knit Democracy Together

New Hampshire Humanities invites the public to participate in Knit Democracy Together, a collaborative project combining knitting circles and discussion about the U.S. electoral system, held in locations around the state from March-June. All events are free and open to the public, with pre-registration requested at

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