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This week's Humanities to Go Online program about the history of brewing in New Hampshire will premiere on Friday, May 8 at 4 pm on our website and Facebook.
Grab your favorite brew and join us for
Brewing in New Hampshire:
An Informal History of Beer in the Granite State from Colonial Times to the Present

Friday, May 8 at 4:00 pm on our website
(No registration necessary)

Glenn Knoblock explores the fascinating history of New Hampshire's beer and ale brewing industry from colonial days, when it was home and tavern based, to today's modern breweries and brew pubs. Illustrations present evidence of society's changing attitudes towards beer and alcohol consumption over the years. Whether you're a beer connoisseur or a "tea-totaler," this lecture will be enjoyed by adults of all ages.

The video will be posted on Friday, May 8 at 4 pm on our website and on Facebook .
Seacoast author and Humanities to Go presenter J. Dennis Robinson writes about a fascinating episode in New Hampshire history this week for Seacoast Online . Read about the adventures of Samuel Allen, the London merchant who became the royal governor of New Hampshire .
Seventeen years ago this week, New Hampshire lost the Old Man of the Mountain . Fortunately, you can watch this video lecture from our partners at the New Hampshire Historical Society. Geologist Brian Fowler presents his research into how and why the Old Man fell. The Old Man of the Mountains: A Remembrance
¿Qué Hay de Nuevo, New Hampshire? New Hampshire Public Radio , in collaboration with the Granite State News Collaborative , launched a new daily Spanish language audio newscast. You can listen using WhatsApp or read and listen online here:

CARES Act emergency relief grants are now open!
Applications for CARES Act grants are now available for New Hampshire-based humanities organizations who have been affected by COVID-19. For information about the application and deadlines, click HERE
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I love Tiny Desk concerts from NPR. I really like this one with John Fogerty and his family playing his classic rock songs together. I can imagine so many families doing things like this together at home right now. Enjoy!
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