News and Events
Beginning tomorrow, Thursday, April 15, 2021, crews from Twin State Utilities, working for Consolidated Communications, will be installing new data/communi
After the inspection of current posted roads the City Engineer has lifted the current road travel weight restrictions that have been in place
Veteran and first-time writers looking for advice and assistance are invited to a virtual series of writing workshops on Monday evenings, May 3 through June 28, at 6:
The Keene Public Library announces a series of learn at-home STEM programs for children ages two through six and their parents and caregivers.
Keene Public Library users and Keene residents are encouraged to join the library’s online book discussions and author programs this January.
At the turn of the twentieth century, loggers cut the timber that built and warmed our houses and provided the ties for America's ever-expanding railroads.
Open Questions is a series of thought-provoking community conversations presented by New Hampshire Humanities.
This virtual event is presented by Marcy Engleman of the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia, PA.
Master puppet maker Brad Shur takes ideas from the audience and creates a whole puppet show before your very eyes.
Join other teens ages 12 to 18 from all across NH on Zoom for a night of games, food, and fun! To attend,