We’re excited to announce these brand new programs in our Humanities to Go speakers bureau! The programs discuss important themes in the history of New Hampshire and the United States: race, immigration, voting rights, and religious pluralism. Hear the stories of the New Hampshire primary, Mary Baker Eddy, the Irish diaspora, and school desegregation.

 Ideas on Tap, our series of pint-sized conversations about big ideas, is back for a second season! Join us for drinks, appetizers, and a lively community conversation in a casual pub setting. All events will be held 5:30-7:30pm. Tickets are $15 per person and include appetizers and one beverage (beer, wine, or a non-alcoholic beverage). 

Writing united us. But could we actually pull off a reading? Yes, with help from some poets before us. 

Back row: Tami Truax, Portsmouth Poet Laureate; Pedro, Leidiane Gabi, Sarah Cristina Clemar, Pilar Nadeau, Terry Farish. Front row: Cynthia Chatis, Carolyn Hutton

This is a workshop we’ve long wanted to offer since our program features many picture books on universal themes of the humanities.