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  • January 2015 Events

    Dixville Notch Route
    Keene Route
    Nashua Route
    Portsmouth Route

    Event list is not final. Events are subject to change. 


     

    January 15th: Presentation & Discussion at Gibson Senior Center
    [Dixville Notch Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Prof. Lawrence Lessig

    Place: Gibson Center for Senior Services
    14 Grove Street, North Conway, NH 03860

    Time: 4:45 PM


    January 16th: Activist Training: Bird-Dogging the Presidential Candidates
    [Dixville Notch Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • American Friends Service Committee, Arnie Alpert

    Place: Runnells Hall
    Runnells Hall Rd, Chocorua, NH 03817

    Time: 7:00 PM


     

    January 17th: Keene Route Kickoff
    [Keene Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Kickoff, Keene Route Walkers

    Place: Soldier's Monument, Central Square
    Keene, NH, 03431

    Time: 9:00 AM

     

    January 17th: Lunch
    [Keene Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Lunch at Community House, provided by Federated Church of Marlborough

    Place: Community House
    160 Main Street, Marlborough NH 03455

    Time: 9:00 AM

    January 17th: Granny D Play at Dublin Community Center
    [Keene Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Community Supper
    • "Granny D: The Power of One", a play Dixie Tymitz

    Place: Dublin Community Center (Across from the Public Library)
    1114 Main Street Dublin, NH 03444

    Time: Dinner at 5:00 PM, play at 6:00


    January 18th: Presentation & Discussion at Lakes Region Community College
    [Dixville Notch Route] - CANCELLED

    This event has been canceled due to the ice storm in the Laconia area. We will keep you updated if the event is rescheduled. 

    Speakers & Content:

    • Prof. Lawrence Lessig

    Place: Lakes Region Community College
    379 Belmont Road, Laconia, NH 03246

    Time: 4:30 PM

    January 18th: Lunch Presentation at Unitarian Church in Peterborough
    [Keene Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Lunch Presentation provided by Peace & Justice Committee

    Place: Peterborough Unitarian Universalist Church
    25 Main Street, Peterborough, NH 03458

    Time:
    11:30 AM

    January 18th: Dinner and Discussion at Bennington Congregational Church
    [Keene Route]

    Place: Bennington Congregational Church,
    Francestown Road, Bennington, NH 03442

    Time: 5:00 PM 

    January 18th: Presentation by Zephyr Teachout & Bird-Dog Training
    [Nashua Route] 

    Speakers & Content:

    • Presentation by Zephyr Teachout, author, "Corruption in America"
    • Training on Bird-Dogging

    Place: Merrimack Public Library 
    470 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH 03054

    Time: 2:30-5:00 PM

    January 18th: Portsmouth Kickoff Event 
    [Portsmouth Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Meeting and Breakfast provided by South Church and Panera Dover
    • Speakers: John Rauh, founder of Americans for Campaign Reform, former election opponents Newmarket Town Councillor Phil Nazzaro and State Senator Martha Fuller-Clark, and former Dean of Whittemore School of Business and Congressional Candidate Dan Innis.

    Place: South Church, 292 State Street, Portsmouth for breakfast and briefing, Market Square for Kickoff

    Time: 8:00 AM for breakfast and briefing, 9:00 AM for Kickoff

    January 18th: MLK Celebration at UNH Congregational Church of Durham
    [Portsmouth Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Reverend Larry Brickner-Wood, chaplain of the United Campus Ministry to the University of New Hampshire
    • "Granny D: The Power of One", a play Dixie Tymitz

    Place: University of New Hampshire Congregational Church of Durham
    17 Main Street, Durham, NH, 03824

    Time: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM


    January 19th: MLK Coalition Celebration at St. George Orthodox Cathedral
    [Nashua Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Keynote Speaker Hedrick Smith, author of Who Stole the American Dream
    • Music and award presentations
      For more information, click here

    Place: St. George Greek Orthodox Church
    650 Hanover Street, Manchester, NH 03101

    Time: 2:00 PM (community potluck and music); 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (program)

    January 19th: Community supper at Henniker Congregational Church
    [Keene Route]

    Place: Congregational Church of Henniker,
    43 Maple Street, Henniker, NH 03242

    Time: 5:00 PM

    January 19th: MLK Day at New England College
    [Keene Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Gilles Bissonette, Lawyer, American Civil Liberties Union, speaking on voter suppression and civil rights.
    • Other speakers TBC

    Place: New England College Great Room, New England College
    Grove St, Henniker, NH 03242

    Time: 6:30 PM 

    January 19th: Breakfast and Invocation 
    [Portsmouth Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Meeting and Breakfast provided by Panera Dover and Newmarket Community Church.
    • Invocation by Rev. Larry Brickner-Wood 

    Place: University of New Hampshire Congregational Church of Durham 
    17 Main Street, Durham, NH, 03824

    Time: 8:00 AM 

    January 19th: Dinner, Speakers & Service
    [Portsmouth Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Potluck Dinner (beginning at 5:30)
    • Church Service (beginning at 6:30)
    • Noted New Hampshire Blues & Jazz musician and MLK activist TJ Wheeler
    • Play: "Go, Granny D!" by Barbara Bates Smith and Jeff Sebens

    Place: Northwood Congregational Church
    881 1st New Hampshire Turnpike, Northwood, NH 03261

    Time: 5:30 PM


    January 20th: Bird-Dog Training
    [Keene Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Bird-dog training provided by American Friends Service Committee

    Place: Hopkinton Town Library,
    61 Houston Drive, Hopkinton, NH 03229

    Time: 2:30 PM

    January 20th: Granny D Play & Community Supper at Hopkinton Congregational Church
    [Keene Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Community Supper
    • "Go, Granny D!" with Barbara Bates Smith and Jeff Sebens

    Place: Hopkinton Area

    Time: 6:00 PM

    January 20th: Day Event: Hooksett Library
    [Nashua Route] 

    Speakers & Content:

    • "Go, Granny D!" with Barbara Bates Smith and Jeff Sebens

    Place: Hooksett Library 
    31 Mount Saint Mary’s Way, Hooksett 

    Time: 12:00 Noon

    January 20th: Dinner with Ben Cohen at Southern NH University
    [Nashua Route] 

    Speakers & Content:

    • Ben Cohen, co-founder, Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream, Founder, Stamp Stampede.

    Place: Southern New Hampshire University Dining Hall, 
    2500 North River Road, Hooksett, NH 03106

    Time: 5:30 PM

     

    January 20th: Meeting and Breakfast
    [Portsmouth Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Meeting and Breakfast provided by Panera Concord
    • Invocation provided by Rev. Gayle Murphy

    Place: Northwood Congregational Church
    881 1st New Hampshire Turnpike, Northwood, NH 03261

    Time: 8:00AM

    January 20th: Dinner, Speaker, and Bird-Dog Training
    [Portsmouth Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Dinner
    • Speaker Hedrick Smith, author "Who Stole the American Dream?" (2012)
    • AFSC Bird-Dog Training

    Place: Epsom Public Library
    1606 Dover Road, Epsom, NH 03234

    Time: 5:00PM


     

    January 21st: Meeting and Breakfast
    [Portsmouth Route]

    Speakers & Content:

    • Breakfast provided by Panera Concord

    Place: Epsom Public Library
    1606 Dover Road, Epsom, NH 03234

    Time: 8:00AM


    January 21st Concord Event
    See our Concord Event Page for more details


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