Chamber Updates
Monday, March 15, 2021
FREE- Small Business & Community Resiliency Academy

April 7, April 21, May 5, May 19, June 2
Time: 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.

NH Small Business Development Center and UNH Extension and are partnering to offer Resiliency Academy, bringing together small businesses and community leaders to work toward a resilient future. The academy will focus on the intersection of small business and community resiliency.

Academy sessions will include opportunities to learn from practitioners, municipal staff, business owners, and experts through case studies, presentations, discussions, and Q&A sessions. In addition, Resiliency Academy includes Regional Discussions, Regional Business Cohorts, and the opportunity for businesses to receive advising from SBDC advisors. Participants are encouraged to attend all five sessions.
The Sweeps' virtual auction is now live!
Live until March 17 @ 2 p.m.

Visit to participate in the auction.

The virtual auction is live as of this morning and will run through Saint Patrick's Day (March 17). There's many exciting items to bid on! Whether you're looking for electronics, jewelry, memorabilia, or outdoor activities as we move into spring, there's plenty of items that will interest you!

Event Underwriter: First Seacoast Bank.
Local Expert Series: Sweet Meadows Flower & Gift Shop
Wednesday, March 24, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Join the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce and Sponsor Ourea Solutions for a virtual tutorial on how to create flower arrangements by local expert Sweet Meadows Flower & Gift Shop!

Ways to participate:
Option 1- Participate Live! Stop at Sweet Meadows and pick-up a flower kit for the program ($40 for kit) or provide your own materials (click here for material list).

Option 2- Register for the event, and receive recording of event. Flower kits will be available at Sweet Meadows after the program or wait until spring and make an arrangement with your springtime flowers!

Thank you to our Local Expert Series Sponsor Ourea Solutions!
Morning Mixer!
Wednesday, April 7, 8-9 a.m.

Join this month's host The Beacon Retirement Group for the Chamber's Monthly Morning Mixer, Sponsored by First Seacoast Bank!

Held virtually, this hour-long, fast-paced speed networking is one you won't want to miss! The program starts promptly at 8 a.m. so participants can be on their way no later than 9 a.m. Participants are invited to share a "fast fact" in the registration notes to be shared with the group during the networking program. And, there's no registration limit! With the virtual platform we are able to accommodate more participants. For Chamber members who bring their not-yet chamber member friends, the fees will be waived. 

For more information contact Melissa at
In case you missed it!

Check out the recording of the Offshore Wind Forum, presented on February 24 and sponsored by Eversource.

New Hampshire is estimated to have 3.4 gigawatts of potential offshore wind power off our coasts and we also have the capacity to serve as an important part of the offshore wind supply chain. Hear from featured speakers Senator David Watters and Michael Berhmann, NH Offshore Wind Industry Development Director.
Community Rescources
NHBSR Volunteer Fair
Thursday, March 18, 12-1 p.m.

Pop by the virtual volunteer fair during your lunch break! The fair opens with insights from local companies with successful employee volunteer programs. You'll hear about how they got them started and their benefits to communities and employees alike. Then you'll have a chance to visit various nonprofit "booths" (breakouts) to learn more about different volunteer opportunities and how to get engaged.
NH restaurants need our help. Let's unite to support them.

This winter, let's rally for NH restaurants as they face continued devastation and significant job losses. By being there for them now, they'll be there for us to gather when the pandemic is over. Explore the website to learn more about how you can help, what restaurants are doing to keep their customers and staff safe, and get creative ideas on how to experience and enjoy in-person dining or takeout. Together, we can give restaurants a fighting chance to make it through this winter.
Is Your Business Seacoast Safe?

Demonstrate your ongoing commitment to the health and safety of the community and let people know you are taking all the recommended steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by taking the SEACOAST SAFE Pledge- an initiative of the Seacoast Chamber Alliance.

Click here to see the Dover Chamber members who have taken the pledge so far.
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