From October 2014

Berlin Candidates Night: A Conversation with the Candidates for NH State Senate and House of Representatives

This year the Berlin Daily Sun, North Country Listens, Berlin High School, and Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce are hosting a candidate’s night conversation on Tuesday, October 21st at Berlin High School, 550 Willard Street, Berlin from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm;

Berlin Candidates Night: A Conversation with the Candidates for the New Hampshire State Senate and House of Representatives

Pre-registration is encouraged: please register HERE or call (603) 862-0692.  Event walk-ins welcome.  Light refreshments offered.  Free.

State Senate Candidates for District 1, Jeff Woodburn (D) and Mark Evans (R), will be attending.  A question and answer session with the State Senate Candidates will follow an introduction of all attending candidates for the NH House of Representative District 3 in Berlin.  Community members of Berlin and all of Coos County are invited to attend and participate.

Join the conversation to share your top priorities for Berlin and Coos County’s representation in the New Hampshire State Senate and House of Representatives. Hosted by Berlin Daily Sun and North Country Listens at Berlin High School, this will be an opportunity to ask questions and hear from the candidates.


6:00 pm                      Registration, Refreshments, Meet and Greet Candidates and Voters

6:30 pm                      Welcome and Overview of Evening’s Format

6:40 pm                      Small Group Discussions

7:10 pm                       Top Issues Report Out By Small Groups

7:15 pm                       Candidate Introductions of All Candidates

7:30 pm                       Questions and Answers with State Senate Candidates

8:15 pm – 8:30 pm   Closing Remarks, Networking with All Candidates and Voters

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Fall North Country Young Professionals Gathering

Come join other North Country young professionals* for a fun, social event to meet new people and get the chance to talk to others about working and living in the greater North Country of NH.  What are the benefits and challenges of working and living in the North Country as young people?  If you have a passion for the greater North Country area, want to live and work here, and have something to say about the experience OR just want to connect with others across the region and enjoy a fun event, come join us!  We met last time in May in Colebrook, now this time in Littleton.

North Country Young Professionals Gathering

Friday Oct. 17th, 5:30 – 7:30 PM

at Schilling Brewery

18 Mill Street, Littleton NH

Event sponsors are North Country ListensAppalachian Mountain Club, Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce, The White Mountain School, and Schilling Beer Co.

*North Country Young Professionals = self-described ‘younger adults’, in the general range 25 – 40 year old demographic, working, not working, looking for work, outdoors working, office working, self-employed, students, grew up here born and raised, new comers, seasonal, greater ‘north of the notches’ and beyond living, working, or appreciating, etc.