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Thank you to all who joined us for our celebration of
family literacy with Tomie dePaola!


We hosted beloved children's author and illustrator Tomie dePaola on Saturday, April 18 at the Concord City Auditorium
at a Connections-sponsored public event.
At this celebration of family literacy, DePaola spoke with Rebecca Rule
about his 50-year career as an author and illustrator.
Special thanks to WMUR's Sean McDonald who joined us to introduce Tomie.

See photos from this event on our Facebook page.


 

This event was generously underwritten by:

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Celebrate New Hampshire's Humanities Heroes!
Join us on June 16 for 40 Over 40


Steve Barba, 40 Over 40 Chair

Join us to honor

40 people who have made an indelible impression on the culture of our state

40 people who embody what it means to create, teach,
lead, and encourage human understanding

40 humanities heroes


learn more

For information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Jessica Eshleman at
603-224-4071 or by e-mail.

 

 

 

 

 

  

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Check out our 40th Anniversary programs!

 

Country Dance Party

Join us on Saturday, May 2 at 6:30 at the Newport Opera House for a night of music, dancing, stories, prizes and more with legendary fiddler Dudley Laufman and other celebrated musicians.

Learn more and get your tickets here.

 

 

On sale! View our map of culture
and humanities in the Granite State
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McIninch Foundation grant doubles your
first time on-line gift

Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of the McIninch Foundation, your gift to the NH Humanities Council will
go twice as far if you make a first-time online gift.

The McIninch Foundation has awarded a $25,000 grant
to the Humanities Council to support the Council's resource development work. Through this grant, the McIninch Foundation will match new on-line gifts up to a total of $10,000. Please help us make the most of this unique opportunity and make a secure on-line gift today!

We are thrilled to be named the Editor's Pick for Best Cultural Catalyst in NH Magazine's Best of NH 2014! 

Our thanks to the many individuals, cultural and community organizations, foundations, and businesses that helped us reach tens of thousands of Granite Staters with free programs in the last year!

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