Upcoming Events

What goes here? A community conversation on the Future of the Marston Farm Property - Nottingham, NH
Fri, 10/24/2014 - 6:30pm

The Marston Property, also known as the Lee Farm, is located at 229 Mill Pond Road. An agreement between the Town of Nottingham and the NH Department of Environmental Services stated the town would own the property and be only used for public purposes only. Join this community conversation to share your recommendations for the best public use of the property. 

Drawing of a family done by a child. Supporting Youth, Supporting Community, Milton NH
Sat, 10/25/2014 - 9:00am

Milton Matters! Join the conversation! How can we all make Milton a healthy place for young people to live, learn, work and play? Let's celebrate what we do well, build connections between the town and school, and focus together on youth well being. This conversation is hosted by a coalition of parents, teachers, and community members to strengthen opportunity and support for youth in the Milton community.

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Text, Talk, Vote
Wed, 10/29/2014 (All day)

Join the conversation at any time on October 29, 2014. Gather your friends and text "VOTE" to 89800 to make a commitment to have your voice heard. It only takes about a hour. 

WHAT DO WE VALUE? The Future of Education for Newmarket A community conversation hosted by Newmarket Common Ground
Sat, 11/08/2014 - 9:00am

The goal of this conversation will be to create an opportunity for all points of view, values, and ideas to be expressed in an open, safe, and civil manner.  We will meet in small groups with trained facilitators to identify our basic values, become better informed about our schools and community, and create suggestions for our town leaders as they plan the future of education for our community. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. at Newmarket Junior/Senior High School on Saturday November 8, 2014. Onsite child care is provided.

Claremont Facilitator Training
Sat, 11/15/2014 - 9:00am

NH Listens offers low-cost trainings several times a year, specifically oriented toward facilitating for public engagement. This training is designed to give participants an understanding of the critical role of facilitators in the broad spectrum of public engagement work. We spend time locating the work in local and statewide projects, walking through a typical "talk to action" process, and emphasizing principles of inclusion and neutrality. Learn more and register for any of the upcoming training opportunities by clicking the link below.