Most of the events below are open to the public at no charge. Some, however, are private events and/or require pre-registration. Any questions should be directed to the sponsoring organization. These events may also be listed on the UNH Master Calendar and may appear in the UNH Today daily e-newsletter and in the UNH homepage calendar section.

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Date Talk Speaker Organization
7:00 PM
The Roosevelt Funeral Train Carl Lindblade Pittsfield Historical Society
6:30 PM
A Hotel Goes to Peace, Not War: The Story of the Mount Washington Hotel and the International Monetary Conference at Bretton Woods Carl Lindblade Conway Public Library
11:00 AM
Philosophy for Children Timm Triplett Friends Foster Grandparent Program
6:30 PM
What Should NH Citizens Do to Protect Themselves Regarding Data Privacy Scott Valcourt Oscar Foss Memorial Library
7:00 PM
New Hampshire - A State of Mind Carl Lindblade Rochester Historical Society
7:00 PM
Are You Talking to Me? The language of dogs and cats. Michelle Posage Rodgers Memorial Library
2:00 PM
Would You Believe? The Study of Wood as an Archaeological Tool in Understanding the Past Barrett Rock Tucker Free Library
5:30 PM
Are You Talking to Me? The language of dogs and cats. Michelle Posage Wildcat Friends (Friends in Action)
7:00 PM
Birds of the White Mountains Stephen Hale Meredith Historical Society
6:00 PM
Austenmania!: The Appeal of the Regency Novelist in the Twenty-First Century Stephanie Harzewski Minot-Sleeper Library
7:00 PM
Marriotts of the Mountains-The Crawford Family of Crawford Notch. New Hampshire's First Family of Innkeeping Carl Lindblade Pierce Brigade

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