How Fresh Water has Shaped New Hampshire

A New Hampshire Humanities-to-Go program Presenter: James Rousmaniere January 19, 7 p.m. via Zoom Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84527391197 Meeting ID: 845 2739 1197 Granite Staters’ impact on fresh water – and, conversely, inland waters’ impact on Granite Staters – has evolved over time. Our pollution has changed, as has our hydro-power, our experiences with floods, ourContinue reading “How Fresh Water has Shaped New Hampshire”

STEAMing into the Future

Dec. 8, 7 p.m. Kearsarge Regional School District Superintendent Winfried Feneburg will give a presentation on the need to build a new STEAM wing at the high school. This item will be a Warrant Article in March. If approved, the STEAM project at KRHS will be partially new construction that will be added to the outside of theContinue reading “STEAMing into the Future”

The Quest for Happiness

On Wednesday, November 10 at 7 p.m. Dr. Maria Sanders will give an interactive program on “The Quest for Happiness.” In this illustrated talk, Dr. Sanders explores how ideas of happiness have changed in Western civilization through the ages, while comparing and contrasting major concepts of well-being throughout the world.        – Can money buy happiness?        – ToContinue reading “The Quest for Happiness”