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Jeremy D'Entremont highlights the fascinating stories of the lighhouse keepers and their families who, beginning in 1771, mainainted the lighthous...
Using the well known scenes of The Odyssey, Sebastian Lockwood delivers the passion and intensity of the great epic that deserves to be heard told as ...
Through traditional music Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki relays some of the adventures, misadventures, and emotions experienced by Irish emigrants. The focus ...
The 2024 Oyster River Community Read will take place February-April 2024. The book to be discussed is Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver and it de...
While it makes spoken words sing like sauntering music, Robert Frost’s poetry can also help us appreciate the rigor of life on a New England far...
Marek Bennett presents an overview of the American Civil War through the lens of period music. Audience members participate and sing along as the pres...
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We had a great time @ Derryfield School in #Manchester over the past 2 days. The 8th graders were amazing & so engaged in the @NMADmuseum #DiplomacySimulations. The @WorldAffairsNH is excited to debrief with the students to keep improving. Thanks @NHHumanities for grant support! pic.twitter.com/fipeKXYxfC— Tim Horgan (@WACNHIVLP) January 11, 2024
We had a great time @ Derryfield School in #Manchester over the past 2 days. The 8th graders were amazing & so engaged in the @NMADmuseum #DiplomacySimulations. The @WorldAffairsNH is excited to debrief with the students to keep improving. Thanks @NHHumanities for grant support! pic.twitter.com/fipeKXYxfC
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Posted: January 31st, 2024
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