Join us for the 2021 Annual Celebration!

Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 5 pm
The Dana Center at Saint Anselm College

Featuring keynote speaker, filmmaker Lynn Novick 

Attend live OR virtually!*

The past year has shown us the value of human connection and the critical knowledge gained through the humanities – in our world and in our neighborhoods. Help us continue to offer hundreds of programs to ignite conversation and open minds and hearts by inviting people to think, learn, and connect with one another.

Join us as we celebrate the power of human connection; honor this year's recipient of the Lifetime Achievement in the Humanities Award, JerriAnne Boggis, Executive Director of the Black Heritage Trail of NH; introduce our new Executive Director, Michael Haley Goldman; and welcome our renowned keynote speaker, Lynn Novick.

New Hampshire Humanities is taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and will continue following guidance from the NH Department of Health and Human Services, local health departments, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding large gatherings. At this time, our upcoming Annual Celebration will take place as planned and NHH will announce any changes in early October. We will ask all in-person guests to wear masks at the Annual Celebration.

(Click the blue links below to reserve):

In-Person Ticket(s)  $75

• Full access to the event & reception
• Printed event program
• Special gifts

Friend Sponsor  $500
Two in-person tickets to celebration


Virtual Ticket(s)  $50

• Full access to the event
• Printed event program
• Special gifts mailed to you

Virtual Sponsor  $250
Two virtual tickets to celebration

For information about other sponsorship opportunities, click here.


2021 Keynote Speaker: LYNN NOVICK

Lynn Novick has been directing and producing landmark documentary films about American life and culture, history, politics, sports, art, architecture, literature, and music for more than 30 years. The 86 hours of acclaimed PBS programming she has created in collaboration with Ken Burns include Ernest Hemingway, The Vietnam War, Baseball, Jazz, Frank Lloyd Wright, The War, and Prohibition, landmark series that have garnered 19 Emmy nominations. One of the most respected documentary filmmakers and story tellers in America, Novick herself has received Emmy, Peabody, and Alfred I. Dupont Columbia Awards.

Your commitment through this high-exposure statewide sponsorship is a direct investment in the communities where you and your employees work and live.

To learn more about our sponsorship opportunities, click HERE, or contact Rebecca Boisvert, Director of Development, at or 603-315-8614.

Thank you to our 2021 sponsors to date:

Civic Champion Sponsors

Humanist Sponsors


Lifelong Learning Sponsor

Friend Sponsors

Virtual Sponsor

Stefanie Seacord

Thank you to the following partner sponsors who provide year-round support for the work of New Hampshire Humanities:

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Media Partners:

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