Events as of JULY, 2014 and ONGOING
Events are put on by NHTPC, our supporting groups, or other groups we feel have something of interest to offer or information you need to know. A few may be social but included so that new activists can meet others. Send your event to firstname.lastname@example.org (Hit “reply” to spam filter message to override it.)
NOTE: Some of these events span a good two or three months so please note the extended dates in the title.
A WORD ABOUT GRANITE STATE FUTURE
Granite State Future is HUD’s “Agenda 21″ plan for a “sustainable” NH. It is similar to every other plan in every other state in the nation. If you are interested in keeping on top of what these central planners are attempting to do with HUD money to alter your town’s planning and zoning regulations, you cannot just depend on what is posted on the Granite State Future website. You must do all the following things:
1) Check the Granite State Future website for upcoming ‘listening sessions’ about ‘master plans’.
3) Check your town’s website for Planning and Zoning Board meetings, and meeting agendas so you can attend those where these GSF ‘master plans’ are being discussed.
4) Let us know of any meetings regarding GSF Master Plans we have not listed.
5) Please visit http://www.granitestatefutures.org/ and http://blog.granitestatefutures.org/ for more info on where this is all coming from and how you can stop it.
ANYTIME – VOTER FRAUD RADIO
Listen to Ed Naile, Chairman of the CNHT, talk about his working group on voter fraud, each Wednesday morning on Girard at Large WLMW 90.7FM. The archives are on the front page of http://www.cnht.org/
ANYTIME – COMMON CORE BRIGADE
Public education has been taken over by the federal government along with consultants from the education industry and the wealthy corporate foundations. This includes “charter” schools as well. To keep up with the abuse that is going on in our public schools, please visit http://www.stopcommoncorenh.org/
JULY 13-20 – CAMP CONSTITUTION in RINDGE
Camp Constitution will hold its 6th Annual Family Camp in Rindge, NH from July 13-20, 2014. The camp program includes educational sessions, visits to historical sites, and recreational activities — hiking, swimming, fishing, canoeing, volleyball, basketball, indoor rock climbing — and more. For more information, call (857) 498-1309 or visit http://www.campconstitution.net
JULY 18-20 – HEMPFEST in CROYDON
Hemp is not marijuana and is never used as a drug. It is a versatile hardy plant that can be used for nearly everything from the manufacture of clothing to cars, and whose oil and seeds are a nutritional resource. Plus Hemp grows in rocky terrain, the perfect crop for the kind of land used owned by NH milk farmers who find they can no longer stay in business under current government regulations. Location of this music and arts festival is Page Farm, 46 Sand Hill Road, Croydon, NH 03773, USA from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
JULY 22 – COMMON CORE in MANCHESTER
“Mayor Gatsas promised us the BEST standards – the envy of other districts and the Country, all we got was COMMON CORE!!”
The Curriculum & Instruction School Committee is voting Tuesday 7/22 at 6:00 PM to move the Manchester Academic Standards (Common Core) to the next Full School Board meeting. Mark your calendar for Tuesday July 22nd for the subcommittee meeting and
The NEXT Full School Board meeting – on Monday August 11, 7:00, City Hall.
And a Special School Board meeting is also scheduled for August 25th 7:00 PM.
Come speak at THIS and the next public comment period to show your resistance to COMMON CORE NATIONAL STANDARDS being implemented in NH and the Manchester School District. LOCATION: Walter Stiles Conference Room – Manchester City Hall (2nd Floor) 6:00 PM (5:30 we’ll meet downstairs) Please sign up to speak before the meeting for public comment period.
JULY 26 – BARNSTEAD OPEN FARM DAY – BARNSTEAD
Come support local farmers from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM hosted by the The Barnstead Farmers and Gardeners Network. https://www.facebook.com/TheBarnsteadFarmersAndGardenersNetwork
JULY 29 – COMMON CORE DISCUSSION in BROOKLINE
This discussion will take place on Tuesday, July 29, 2014 6:00 PM at the Captain Samuel Douglass Academy, 24 Townsend Hill Rd., Brookline, NH
JULY 31 – NHRTL in MANCHESTER
Details to come…
AUGUST 4-10 – BURNING PORCUPINE FESTIVAL in GRAFTON
Burning Porcupine is expanding this year to include live music and more vendors than ever before. Keep an eye on http://www.burningporcupine.org for updates and schedules. And as usual, the Grafton liberty folk will be holding tours of Grafton and its liberty hotspots, showing available real estate and rentals to prospective liberty movers, and more.
Contact Jeremy J. Olson at email@example.com
AUGUST 7 – REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM in MANCHESTER
This even will be held at the Yard Restaurant 1211 S Mammoth Rd, Manchester, New Hampshire 03109.
Considering the importance that most families place on smoke detectors and fire escape plans, it’s worth knowing that you are more than three times as likely to be the victim of a violent crime than you are to be the victim of a residential fire, and you are more than 58 times as likely to be assaulted than you are to be injured in a home fire. Attend our REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM® Seminar and you can learn the personal safety tips and techniques you need to avoid dangerous situations and AVOID BEING A VICTIM.
Safety experts agree the single most important step toward ensuring your personal safety is making the conscious decision to Refuse To Be A Victim®. You stand a much better chance of preventing criminal attack if you develop a safety plan before you need it. That is why we are offering the NRA Refuse To Be A Victim® crime prevention seminar. Cost $40 and More Info and Registration at: http://tiny.cc/h48kdx
AUGUST 26 – PUBLIC HEARING ON REGIONAL MASTER PLAN FOR 2015 in MANCHESTER
A public presentation and hearing on the DRAFT Comprehensive Plan “Moving Southern NH Forward” is also scheduled with the SNHPC Planning Commission on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 11:30 AM in the SNHPC Conference Room at 438 Dubuque Street, Manchester, NH. This Public Hearing is open to the public. Individuals requesting assistance or special arrangements to attend the meeting should contact Linda Moore, Office Administrator at (603) 669-4664 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see the write up of how this plan was created and why it’s important for everyone who has been working on this issue to attend this meeting here: http://blog.granitestatefutures.org/
SEPTEMBER 19-20 – PLAN NH CHARRETTE in NEW IPSWICH
September 19 and 20 are the dates that Plan NH, a private PR firm, will descend upon New Ipswich to ‘help’ the residents make decisions that would normally be decided upon at the regular town meetings and deliberative sessions. Why is this? Because HUD and the EPA and the federal government want to tell YOUR TOWN how to re-zone for SOCIAL JUSTICE and the new urbanism. Residents should call the town hall and ask for the time and location of these meetings and show up if they care about their property rights.
SEPTEMBER 21 – CONSTITUTION DAY in CONCORD
NHCCS IS CELEBRATING CONSTITUTION DAY THIS YEAR on September 21, 2014 in Concord, NH at the Grappone Conference Center. Register online at http://www.nhccs.org
or Call 603-734-5933 Vendors, Political Candidates, Organizations Display space is available ~ but limited
Call to reserve space now!
OCTOBER 7 – CORNERSTONE DINNER in MANCHESTER
Cornerstone Steward of the Family Awards Dinner will be held onTuesday, October 7, 2014 from 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM at the Radisson in Manchester, NH with Speaker TBD.
DEFENSE for EVERYONE
Please check out the great training sessions at Defensive Strategies
SHOOTING for WOMEN
The SAS Monthly Shoot now requires registration in order to accommodate everyone! These shoots are held the second Sunday of each month for ladies only at Wilson Hill Pistol Club in Manchester, 1732 Lakeshore Road.
PORCUPINES MONTHLY MEETUP in MANCHESTER
Monthly Merrimack Valley Porcupines meetup takes place each FIRST SATURDAY of the month at Area 23, 875 Page St., Manchester. Please try to park on the right side (as you’re facing the front doors) of the building. There are two doors; use the one on the right side, and walk up to the second floor. Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. Group hosts are Kevin Bloom and Kirk McNeil.
You can also check out the various monthly meetings of local 912s, tea parties, and other organizations at their own Meetups and Websites as we do not always list them all for each month. See the links at the right of this page.
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