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  • October 12, 2018 5:03 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Saturday, October 13th from 10am to 5pm in Peterborough

    As the tradition for the past 15 years, the Merchants of Depot Square celebrate the colors of the season with music, activities, shopping specials, food, art exhibits and fun for the whole family!  The celebration begins at 10am and here is a sampling of all the happenings:

    On the patio of Twelve Pine, enjoy Live Outdoor Music by Folksoul Band, 5 piece combining horns, vocals, drums with the sound in the tradition of Mardi Gras and New Orleans, playing popular Jazz and Rock'n'roll.  The music starts at 11am to 3pm.  Find a spot on the hay bales to stay a while and maybe even dance!

    From 10am to 4pm, view 6 female regional artists at The Gallery (third floor, elevator access) at the Offices at Depot Square, their perceptions and visuals of the subjects that inspire them. From horses to abstract to ocean scenes there is something for everyone. Meet the artists, Rose Lowry, Johniene Papandreas, Hillary Blackman, Mary Vecchio, Dorothy Palanza.  Complimentary refreshments provided.

    At 11am the Toadstool Bookshop presents Robert Hunter accomplished author, entertainer and musician from Nashville, who will discuss and sign his new book and give a live acoustic performance.  Seating is limited, please come early!

    Visit the Peterborough Art Academy for Pumpkin Painting!  All day set up with Everything you will need, all are welcome to be creative.

    Additionally, meander next door at Tribals, Rugs by Hand, where you will find a huge array of rugs.  Enjoy a One Day sale of 15% on all rugs!

    Fry Fine Art Gallery, is featuring Artist Daryl D. Johnson, newest works, The Chi of Clouds are on exhibit in the Pelletier Gallery.  Also showing, THE MUSE, featuring a collection of an intimate vision of the female form.

    Soft Opening for new retail shop, PETborough!  Meet the owner, Dara Forleo and check out the great items for all the pets in your family.  Located next to Hobbs Jewelers.  Pets welcome!

    Ample free parking all around Depot Square.  Music, leaf viewing and events are complimentary and Open to the Public.  All are Welcome!

    For more information, please contact Pelagia Vincent at pelagiavincent@earthlink.net or 603-547-8323.

  • October 04, 2018 10:12 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We’re ramping up for this year’s Shift Your Shopping, Plaid Friday and Cider Monday efforts with a Monadnock Buy Local Citizen Membership Drive.  The more citizen members we recruit, the more our Shift Your Shopping efforts will grow!
    For $25, you’ll become a Monadnock Buy Local Citizen Member and also receive Merit Points on our new Monadnock Placemaker program (save up merits to purchase rewards from participating businesses).

    Become a Citizen Member today!

    Plaid Friday 2017

  • September 23, 2018 8:46 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The public is invited to explore Cultural Cocoon, a new store at 32 Main Street, Peterborough, New Hampshire.  The store is open Thursday through Saturday from 11 AM to 5 PM & Sunday from 11 AM to 4 PM each week.

    Cultural Cocoon’s mission is to encourage economic development in the region and in Peterborough by offering opportunities to purchase rare and beautifully made items handcrafted by some of the most highly skilled artisans in the world. The store will offer beads, home décor and unique collectibles, many of which are created in limited editions. Offerings will change, so you are invited to visit often.

    Joseph’s Coat, Mariposa Museum and Cultural Survival Bazaar collaborated to bring artisans and their creations to a world craft market at Mariposa Museum & World Culture Center in July. Building on that success, the partners devised a plan to provide a space for artisans to show and sell their creations year-round, complementing their efforts to sell at local bazaars. A new nonprofit store, Cultural Cocoon, resulted.

    Cultural Cocoon and Mariposa Museum each have their own space in Peterborough’s historic Carr building. They share a passion for building cultural understanding through education and stimulating the appreciation and purchase of handcrafted items. Some of these items are created using processes that are centuries old, and buying them is one way to help preserve these arts. 

    Françoise Bourdon, a shopper at Joseph’s Coat since it opened in 1980, its owner since 2006, will manage the new store.

    “My love of sewing and textiles broadened and deepened to appreciate a wide variety of handcrafted items as Joseph’s Coat evolved from a fabric store to a clothing and word crafts emporium,” says Bourdon. “Connections with the objects in my home tie me to the world, which is my hope for every Cultural Cocoon shopper. I’m excited about the new store and the opportunities it will give me to tell more people the stories behind what they are buying.”        

    Cultural Cocoon’s environment is relaxed, inviting guests to linger, browse and enjoy a slower shopping pace. It’s another great place in Peterborough to enjoy a true multicultural experience. To learn more, contact Bourdon at 603-784-5585.

    About Joseph’s Coat: Joseph’s Coat is “one of the coolest shops in the Monadnock Region,” selling an ever-changing inventory of handmade creations that particularly attract those who love textiles. Learn more at www.jocoat.com

    About Mariposa Museum & World Culture Center: A museum of world cultures, Mariposa Museum is a hands-on museum designed for all ages, offering educational programs, field trips, and tailored workshops. Learn more at www.mariposamuseum.org.

    About the Cultural Survival Bazaar: Cultural Survival Bazaars are a series of cultural festivals that provide indigenous artists, cooperatives, and their representatives from around the world the chance to sell their work directly to shoppers in our country. Learn more at www.bazaar.culturalsurvival.org.

  • September 06, 2018 6:40 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Archway Farm will host Dan Profitt of Butcher Pete’s Mobile Meat on October 13, 2018 from 10am to 2pm.  Dan will demonstrate how to break down a whole hog from snout to tail and covering practical home uses for every part of the animal.

    “I believe that the best meat you can get comes from an animal that lived well and was harvested with care," said Dan. "I want to pass my knowledge on to a new generation of farmers, homesteaders and butchers and this is the start.”

    Each student will go home knowing the basics of knife handling, sharpening, jointing and breaking, and converting a whole animal into retail cuts. And they will also take home a heck of a lot of pork too! The course is for anyone over 18 and knives will be provided. You will be going home with no less than ten pounds of fresh pork as well, so bring a cooler and a couple ice packs.
    Dan has over 18 years of experience in butchery, starting at Paul’s Choice in Keene as a teenager. He went on to manage several meat and seafood departments for Whole Foods Market. This year he founded Butcher Pete’s, a mobile butcher service for farmers and hunters.
    “We are excited to be partnering with Dan on this class as it combines two of our passions, raising pigs outdoors on pasture and connecting people to their food,”  said Mark Florenz, owner of Archway Farm.

    To register for this class, contact Mark at archwayfarm@gmail.com or 603-352-3198.

    To learn more about Archway Farm visit archway.farm. Also, find Archway Farm on Facebook and Instagram.

  • August 25, 2018 8:50 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Last year, Monadnock Buy Local’s Shift Your Shopping Promotion (including our signature Plaid Friday Event) went statewide.  With your support we can continue to build traction -- inspiring more and more community participation and media attention.

    "All in all, Plaid Friday is gaining momentum.  It's safe to say that 80-90% of people who stopped in on Friday were wearing plaid!  Shopping, not asking for deals, just happy to support a local shop...  That felt great."

    ~ Ted McGreer, owner of Ted's Shoe & Sport

    Your sponsorship of our 2018 Shift Your Shopping Season will help us better promote the importance of supporting locally owned businesses, inspire more of us to shift our holiday spending to independent businesses and show our region your dedication to the local economy movement.

    Please consider sponsoring this year’s Shift Your Shopping Promotion at one (or more!) of the levels below. 

    Not yet a Monadnock Buy Local member?  Contact us to make that happen (most sponsorship levels are limited to members).

    Tier 1:  $50
    •    Your logo will appear in our Shift Your Shopping ad in the Shopper News (~60,000 weekly readers)

    Tier 2: $100
    • Your logo will appear in our Plaid Friday ad in the Keene Sentinel (delivered to ~10,000 households)
    • Your logo will appear on our Plaid Friday webpage (viewed 900 times last year)

    Tier 4:  $250 (1 sponsorship slots available)

    • Host of a Plaid Friday photo booth in your town
    • Your logo will appear on our Plaid Friday webpage (viewed 900 times last year)
    Tier 5:  $500 (3 sponsorship slots available)
    • Your business will be mentioned during one week of our Plaid Friday radio ads (2 sponsors highlighted in each ad)
    • Your logo will appear on our Plaid Friday webpage (viewed 900 times last year)
     Tier 6: $1,000 (4 sponsorship slots available)
    • Your business will be a sponsor for our Shift Your Shopping Launch Party in early November
    • Your logo will appear on our Launch Party marketing materials and your business name included in our event press release
    • Your logo will appear on our Plaid Friday webpage (viewed 900 times last year)
    +++ Plus, at any tier you can add a Cider Monday event booster: $50 +++
    • We’ll place digital ads reminding people to Shift Their Shopping leading up to Cyber/Cider Monday
    • Your logo and business name will appear on our Cider Monday digital ad landing page

    Some sponsorship slots are limited, so please pledge your sponsorship soon.  All sponsorship pledges are due before September 21, 2018

    Please contact us at monadnockbulocal@gmail.com if you have any questions and thank you for all you do to support our local economy each and every day!

  • August 21, 2018 5:37 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Originally published in the Monadnock Shopper News

    For the sixth year, Monadnock Buy Local celebrates local food, farms and our entire Monadnock region food system during New Hampshire Eat Local Month.

    Our food system includes all the pieces needed to bring local food from the farm to our plates: the soil, farm workers, transportation networks, markets and more -- everything needed to grow, harvest and distribute these goods to us.  These pieces come together to form our local food system.

    Now let’s dig in and discover what’s new in our Monadnock region food system this year.

    The Good of the Hive

    Kin Schilling, founder of the Cornucopia Project, and beekeeper Melissa Stephenson teamed up to form the NH Honey Bee Initiative to protect honeybees and other pollinators -- animals critical to the health of our food system.  Their first project raised over $16,000 through The Local Crowd Monadnock to bring artist Matthew Willey from The Good of the Hive to the Monadnock region. 

    The Good of the Hive is a global effort to raise awareness around the plight of pollinators.  Matthew’s goal includes hand-painting 50,000 individual honey bees on murals and installations around the world.  He spent August painting a mural of honeybees on an exterior wall of the Peterborough Community Center.  Be sure to check it out! 

    “By inviting The Good of the Hive to our community, we will generate educational opportunities and events that will connect us all to a worldwide effort to protect honey bees and other pollinators,” shared Melissa. “The New Hampshire Honey Bee Initiative has some wonderful plans for future actions on behalf of all pollinators.”

    Community Supported Solar for Farmers

    The Monadnock Sustainability Network (MSN) partnered with the Cheshire County Conservation District to develop the Community Supported Solar for Farmers project.  Based off the same Community Supported Solar model that brought solar panels to the Monadnock Food Co-op in Keene, this effort will focus on bringing renewable energy to farms.

    “Our community proudly supports local farms in our region -- but buying local isn't always enough as farmers face substantial operating costs and tough competition from more conventional and larger farms from afar,” said Amanda Littleton, MSN Board Member.

    Transitioning to solar energy will help farmers stabilize and lower a significant operating cost while decreasing their carbon footprint.  To kick-start this effort, MSN recently launched a crowdfunding campaign on TLC Monadnock.  As of today, they have secured 30% of their crowdfunding goal.  Support this campaign at http://c-fund.us/glx.

    Food Connects Food Hub

    Food Connects and its New Hampshire-based food hub Monadnock Menus deliver food from over 65 farms and local producers to 100 wholesale customers in the Keene and Brattleboro areas.  In 2018, Food Connects raised over $250,000 to scale up operations by adding new delivery vehicles, cold and frozen storage facilities and more staff.

    “We have demonstrated that our business model can work locally, but for years our farms have been asking for access to larger markets,” said Richard Berkfield, Executive Director of Food Connects.  “These funds allow us to sell more local food to new customers in nearby markets, allowing farms and food producers to focus on what they do best, which is producing great food for us to eat.”

    Monadnock Farm & Community Coalition

    This year, Monadnock Farm and Community Coalition (MFCC) launched its new website, mfcommunitycoalition.org, to better promote local food and farm resources. Also, thanks to feedback from local farmers, MFCC will offer two quarterly forums on farm marketing and scaling up farm businesses.  Save the date for their annual Feast on This! Film Festival, November 8 – 10.

    Cultivating Community

    Jess Gerrior, Doctoral Fellow in the Environmental Studies Program at Antioch University New England and Director of the C&S Workplace Organic Gardens Project, carried out a service learning project for MFCC this year. She created a digital resource called Cultivating Community to document the people working on our regional food system with photographs and narratives.

    “As a service learning project, Cultivating Community seeks to contribute to a deeper understanding of local food issues for participants as well as stakeholders and potential benefactors,” said Jess. “It seeks to nourish the connections among us, without which the work is much harder.”

    Community Garden Connections

    Community Garden Connections (CGC) builds local capacity to grow food and ultimately our region’s food security.  It focuses on food’s connection to community health and resiliency. With the support of Antioch University of New England and community partners, CGC supports thirteen community garden sites at social service organizations throughout the region. This year, their Westmoreland Garden site added a high-tunnel greenhouse, strengthening their capacity to grow food for charitable organizations like the Community Kitchen in Keene. 

    “By integrating gardens into the programming and structure of existing agencies, CGC seeks to best serve people often marginalized by the existing food system,” said Kristine Burke, CGC Member. “And we hope to provide a foundation for long-term viability of these community gardens.”

    Monadnock Food Co-op Farm Fund

    For the second year, the Monadnock Food Co-op’s Farm Fund awarded grants to local farms.  This year’s awards went to support winter crop storage at Picadilly Farm in Winchester, production efficiencies at Echo Farm Puddings in Hinsdale, marketing efforts at Brookfield Farm in Walpole and planting efficiencies at Tracie’s Community Farm in Fitzwilliam.  The Farm Fund, a partnership between the co-op and the Cheshire County Conservation District, seeks to increase sustainable food production and wholesale sales to contribute to a thriving local farm economy.

    “When we ask farmers in our area what some of their biggest barriers to growth and profitability are, the reply ‘infrastructure’ is usually just before or after ‘reliable seasonal labor’ and ‘the weather,’ reports Michael Faber, Monadnock Food Co-op’s General Manager.  “While it is not within our scope of operation to help with the latter two, we hope to address the investment needed to grow efficient and reliable production for farms that can’t always meet all their infrastructural needs through the current financial system.”

    Thank you to all the individuals, programs, policies and initiatives that continue to build stronger local and regional food systems in our corner of the state and throughout New England.  Together, we’re cultivating healthier citizens, communities and economies.

  • July 27, 2018 4:22 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Originally published in the Monadnock Shopper News

    The Local Crowd (TLC) Monadnock -- a locally-based crowdfunding platform -- has raised over $90,000 from almost 700 supporters for thirteen campaigns since it launched in March 2017.  

    As our pilot project draws to a close at the end of September, we reached out to the businesses, nonprofits and community initiatives that launched campaigns on TLC Monadnock.  We wanted to hear about their progress and gather their opinions on the potential of continuing TLC Monadnock in our region. Here are insights from four of them.

    Archway Farm in Keene, one of the first campaigns to launch on TLC Monadnock, used crowdfunding to purchase a food truck.  Farmer Mark Florenz travels to various community events with this truck, introducing his pasture-raised pork to new people throughout our region.  “This has definitely given us a good way to get out and meet more customers,” shared Mark. 

    In terms of TLC Monadnock’s broader impact, Mark said, “Having a local crowdfunding resource, I think, helps local groups be more effective in their campaigns and provides examples of what effective campaigns look like. I see a lot of hastily thrown together campaigns on other platforms that never go anywhere.”

    Tiffany Mannion, the Bicycle Mayor of Keene, used TLC Monadnock to create an online hub that connects our community of riders to each other.  The funds also allowed her to attend the National Bike Summit in Washington, DC.   “It was really key to giving me the space to get the Bicycle Mayor program set up with a strong foundation,” said Tiffany.  “The Bicycle Mayor position is not funded at all by the city.” 

    On TLC Monadnock’s potential to serve others, she shared, “Our community could benefit in countless ways for adopting TLC Monadnock as a permanent presence in our community.  It offers the opportunity to move a community of ideas into a vehicle for change in our region.  There are many people who can leverage their reputation into innovation and change.”

    This spring, the Montessori School of Cheshire County crowdfunded to construct an outdoor classroom.  Cuilin Sheridan, head of the school, was happy to report that they’ve already installed their walkway and a mud kitchen.  On the way are a water cascade, tables and balance beams.  “We really hope to be the school that can provide the perfect balance between academics, integrated arts and nature play,” said Cuilin.  “The children are enjoying our outdoor space, and this is something we can provide for years to come.”

    While Marty Castriotta of Village Roots Permaculture Farm just completed his crowdfunding campaign in late April, he’s already used the funds to raise the roof of his barn and expects to finish construction in September. 

    “With the exception of a couple grants, the rule of our farm enterprise has been to pay as you go and invest back into the farm,” stated Marty. “With that said, when we started considering the potential completion date of a barn that we started building in 2013, it was hard to see an end in sight.  TLC Monadnock made it possible for us to embrace the idea of asking our community to support our cause and our project.  Within two weeks of launching our campaign, with the tremendous support of TLC, we raised the funds needed to complete our barn.”

    Marty continued, “I would encourage other farmers in the Monadnock region to explore the potential of crowdfunding for needed infrastructure and new initiatives. TLC Monadnock is a valuable resource in our community and can help us build a more resilient food system by helping to build more resilient farms.”

    What are your thoughts and impressions of TLC Monadnock?  Do you think our community would support this crowdfunding platform if we continued to host it?  Should it become a state-wide or New England-wide tool?   Let us know what you think.  Contact us at jen@monadnocklocal.org or 603-499-7950.

    For more information on all thirteen projects of our TLC pilot to date, visit monadnocklocal.org/TLC

    TLC Monadnock is hosted by Monadnock Buy Local and supported by the Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce, Greater Peterborough Chamber of Commerce, Southwest Region Planning Commission, New Hampshire Small Business Development Center, Monadnock Buy Local and Monadnock Economic Development Corporation.

  • July 01, 2018 10:23 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Once again this month, Peterborough will celebrate First Friday on July 6th, from 5 - 7pm. 

    They're pleased to announce several open houses for new businesses in town, fun art exhibits, and of course, there are sales, tastings and lots of refreshments!  Here is a sampling of the happenings:

    Get Busy Living Studio, LLC, 45 Main Street

    Carol Leger is offering 15 minute Wellness Consultations, free first class free and free essential oils sample!

    Alley Cat Artists, next to Robin Oliver's Studio on Wall Street

    Featuring artists:
        Joan Barrows, oil paintings
        Christine Destrempes, printed matter
        Lulu Fichter, porcelain
        Noel Greiner, found metal sculpture
        Roger Goode, oil paintings
        Robin Oliver, oil paintings
        Ann Putnam, printmaker
        Jane Simpson, collage and jewelry
        Erin Sweeney, printed matter and jewelry

    NEW BUSINESS OPEN HOUSE Chrysalis Community Health Center, 45 Main St.

    Partake in a variety of treatments, enjoy refreshments and prizes galore!

    Monadnock Humane Society Presents the MHS Summer Pet Tribute Wall Event in Depot Square

    During the First Friday "Art for Animals" Exhibit Reception MHS will offer the opportunity for the public to honor their pets.  Bring a favorite photo of your pet and hang it on our temporary Summer Pet Tribute Wall at our First Friday event at Depot Square. Memorialize a pet you've loved and lost, or honor one that is now in your family (or, pay tribute to the pet of an animal lover you know!). 

    Win a Custom Pet Portrait:  Make a suggested donation of $5 (or any other amount), and your name will be entered to win a pet portrait. Several artists from the "Art for Animals" exhibit have donated their time to create a beautiful portrait of the pet of your choosing in their own personal artistic style. The MHS Summer Pet Tribute Wall will be on display from July 6th through the end of the exhibition "Art for Animals" August 30th.

    NEW OWNERS of Gaia's Blessing, Summer Street

    Meet David and Alethea Campbell an bid adieu to Michelle Lewis.  Enjoy complimentary refreshments.

    First Friday in Peterborough

    Here's the full line up:

    First Friday in Downtown Peterborough July 6th From 5PM - 7PM and later

    Summer is here, start getting out and enjoying what the area has to offer
    Here are some of the merchants that invite you to join them:

    Aesop’s Table, Depot Square (inside the Toadstool Bookstore)
    NEW OWNERS, Eliza & Mary Jo Allen, See the new look and enjoy refreshments!

    NEW ARTIST SHOW, Alley Cat Artists, in the Alley between Granite Block & 14 Grove St. --- Outdoor exhibit and sale, featuring 9 area artists

    Ava Marie's Chocolates and Ice Cream, Grove Street, Perfect for ice cream on the Porch!

    Aaron CubbageTherapeutic Massage,  Depot Square, NEW BUSINESS Third Floor, Offices at Depot Square (next to Hobbs),  Choose from 15 minute massages @ $20 Neck, Shoulders and Back Therapy, PLUS special offers!

    Bowerbird & Friends, Depot Square, Come and explore, more great must haves than you thought possible.

    NEW BUSINESS OPEN HOUSE: Chrysalis Community Health Center, 45 Main St. Take a look at the new, state of the art space, receive wellness evaluation, mini-acupuncture, enjoy refreshments and prizes galore. 
    Ask Dr. Cadorette to give you a tour of the new FDA-approved TMS procedure

    European Esthetics, Depot Square, 5 minute Beauty Counter Makeup $10, enjoy a “sip and a munch!”

    Gaia's Blessing, Summer Street, Meet the NEW OWNERS, David and Alethrea Campbell and farewell to Michelle Lewis.  Enjoy complimentary refreshments.

    Granite Block Art and Antiques, Main St. featuring antiques, estate jewelry and much more!

    Farm House Table Cafe, School Street,, NEW OWNER, Kacey has put her touch in the cafe! See all the changes 

    Fry Fine Art, Grove Street, New Exhibit, ART IN BLOOM, Refreshments and cheese board.

    NEW BUSINESS AND OPEN HOUSE --- Get Busy Living Studio LLC, 45 Main Street, offering, free 15 minute consultations, free healing oil samples

    Grove & Main Antiques, Grove Street, will be giving away a GIFT with every purchase. Enjoy Refreshments.

    Joseph's Coat, Grove Street, Always something new and tons of great finds!  Serving a Summer Punch with (for Adults) or without (child safe)

    Gallery Walk, Offices at Depot Square (3rd Floor, next to Hobbs) Monadnock Humane Society Partners with 8 artists Art Exhibit Celebrating the Visual World of Animals “Art for Animals”—Live Music and Refreshments served

    Mariposa Museum, Main Street, Gift Shop open, exhibit at cost, “Conscience of the Human Spirit the life of Nelson Mandela”,
    51 Quilts by Women of Color Network  LAST WEEKEND FOR THE SHOW

    Monadnock Oil & Vinegar Company, Grove Street, Tastings & a new product line of NH Herb & Spice Co

    Nest Children's Shop, Grove Street, Celebrate the Start of Summer with 50% off Sale on select items

    Peterborough Art Academy, Depot Square, Big Sketch Book sale and New Artists on exhibit

    Peterborough Community Theatre, School Street ----Ocean's 8 - Movie Starts 7pm

    Smart Nutrition, Ruth Clark, 20 Grove St. -- Cooking demo at 6pm "creating Tasty Summer Main Dish Salads" Enter for raffle of basket of herbs & spices!

    Tribals-Rugs by Hand, Depot Square, 10—20% off all rugs

    Sharon Art Center and Galleries, Depot Square, Shop is offering 20% off purchases

    Shakti Healing Arts, Depot Square with complimentary drinks loaded with vitamins, mineral, antioxidants and anti-aging properties……
    Even Love Tonics to start the weekend!

    Steele’s Stationers, Main Street, Gifts, Stationery, Office Supplies and Fine Cigars

    Toadstool Bookshop, Depot Square, Independent book store with tons of awesome books!

    Underneath it All, Depot Square, Come see our new Make over, Felina Panty Sale, Offering  Refreshments

    Vicuna Chocolates, Main Street, Come for a taste, check out the factory space and stay for a while

  • May 22, 2018 2:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please join Monadnock Buy Local and our partners this Friday from 5 - 7pm at The Hive for the roll out of the First Friday Art Hop -- an ongoing, year-round arts event that is coming to Keene starting on July 6th. 

    RSVP today!

    First Friday Art Hop is an opportunity for the community to come together to support the arts and broader initiatives that will further cultivate Keene and the Monadnock region as an awesome place to live or visit and a great place to engage with artists and arts organizations.  And, of course, supporting the arts and Downtown Keene is good for our local economy.

    Opportunities for artists include: Art sales/vending, performances, gallery shows, installation collaborations, partnerships with non profit entities, funding!, public art proposal development, temporary and permanent sculpture installations, program input and more.

    This event will focus as well on promoting local food and our restaurant scene, great music and our COMMUNITY!

  • May 20, 2018 10:30 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    It’s never too early to start planning this year’s NH Eat Local Month, an annual event in August that celebrates local food and farming in our state.

    This year, Monadnock Buy Local is collaborating with the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food, Seacoast Eat Local, Seacoast Local and hopefully you to amplify the “Eat Local” message and empower more of us to celebrate the harvest.

    We’re looking for partners to help us spread the word and energize all parts of the state to celebrate NH Eat Local Month.

    Partners will:

    • Endorse NH Eat Local Month by sharing their business/organization’s name and website link with us
    • Provide us with links to any events or promotions they are organizing during NH Eat Local Month
    • Spread the word by sharing social media posts, adding a link to NHEatLocal.org on their own website and finding other creative ways to engage their fans in NH Eat Local Month

    Partners will receive:

    How do you sign on as a partner?  It’s easy — just send an email to jen@monadnocklocal.org with an “I’m in!” message and we’ll add you to our list (be sure your business/organization is easy to identify).  There’s no cost to you to participate as a partner.

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