The Power of the Inbox
Thursday, October 8, 2015 9:00am - 11:00am
Sprout for Business
6 Chenell Dr, Unit 220, Concord, NH 03301
Tips and Tricks for Successful Email Marketing. Email is more important than ever - to the communication efforts of businesses and nonprofits everywhere; and to the customer, donor, client or supporter of those organizations. This session will reveal some simple but effective best practices and considerations for the small business or nonprofit seeking to make their email newsletters more effective. For more information, please click here.
Business After Hours
Thursday, October 15, 2015 5:30pm - 7:00pm
717 NH-103, Warner, NH 03278
Meet other business owners - Network and share ideas - Bring lots of business cards - Check out our newly remodeled store - Door prize - Complimentary food and drink from Dimitri's. RSVP to email@example.com 603-746-4477
Party In The Field
Saturday, October 17, 2015 1:00pm - 7:00pm
648 Schoodac Rd, Warner NH 03278
Fundraiser for The Mark E. 'Killer' Bates '75 Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship has been established in Mark’s memory to provide significant financial assistance to New Hampshire students attending PSU - Plymouth State University, who are seeking a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education or Business. Our goal is to help deserving individuals within our community achieve their career goals and objectives, which has the added benefit of bettering your community at large.
Movie Night at NHTM: BUtterfield 8
Friday, October 23, 2015 6:30pm - 8:00pm
New Hampshire Telephone Museum
One Depot St, Warner NH
Elizabeth Taylor won an Oscar in this 1960 film for her performance as Gloria, a pill-popping prostitute careening between sordid affairs and tortured by her conflicts between morality and desire. In a desperate search for love and acceptance, she hopelessly falls for a married man who will never leave his family behind. Based on the novel by John O'Hara, the title is derived from the pattern of old telephone exchange names in the United States and Canada. BUtterfield 8 was an exchange that provided service to ritzy precincts of Manhattan's Upper East Side. Join us for a thrilling evening of entertainment and discussion - we'll even provide the popcorn!!
This event is Free and is part of the 4th Phridays At the Phone Museum series.
What Artists and Fine Crafts People should Know, but Don't Workshop
Saturday, October 24, 2015 9:30am - 1:00pm
Mill Brook Gallery & Sculpture Garden
236 Hopkinton Road, Concord, NH 03301
This is excellent information that every artist should know given by three outstanding lawyers. Please bring a friend, and pass the information along. Cost: $25, limited to 25. Please send a check to the gallery or use credit card information for your reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the gallery at 603-226-2046. Additional information can be found here.
Pumpkin Carving & Lighting
Wednesday, October 28, 2015 3:00pm - 8:00pm
1 East Main St, Warner NH
Come join us as we reignite this wonderful Warner tradition right here on the front lawn at Schoodacs. The festivities start after school at 3pm and we'll be carving until 8pm. Schoodacs will be providing pumpkins that have been hollowed out. Approximately 300 pumpkins will be available on a first come, first serve basis. Carvers are welcome to bring their own pumpkins. Pumpkins will remain at Schoodacs and will be lit with battery-powered LED lights for the nights leading up to Halloween.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a drop off event for kids. Children must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian at all times. Carvers are responsible for providing their own carving tools. We will have some carving kits for sale. All carving is done at your own risk.
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Greater Hillsborough Chamber Business After Hours
Wednesday, October 28, 2015 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Bank of NH
325 W. Main St, Hillsborough NH
You're invited to a Business After Hours at Bank of New Hampshire with the Greater Hillsborough Chamber of Commerce. Raffle prizes, hearty appetizers and refreshments will be provided while you enjoy the company of your fellow community members.
Starry Starry Wekend
Friday, December 4 - Sunday December 6
Contoocook, NH 03229
More details will be provided when it's closer to the event date. Current event times are:
Warner Holiday Shopping Festival
Saturday, December 5
Warner, NH 03278
More details will be provided when it's closer to the event date.
We'd like to welcome our newest members: Hopkinton Historical Society, Wally Dwinnells Upscale Remodeling, Two Villages Real Estate, Law Offices of Seth W. Greenblott, YCN, Your Local View!, Mingarelli Brush Chipping & Landscaping, Applied Solar Technologies, Irish Electric Corp, Central Payment, Lane River Design, Sorella Flower Company, Sprout for Business, Mill Brook Gallery and Sculpture Garden, Watermark Marine Construction, Linda Flanders - Realtor, Everyday Cafe & Pub, Yestramski Electrical Services
The Chamber has a number of limited time promotions as we look to build our membership in 2015:
- $10 credit on your 2016 membership for each new member referral
- $30 discount for new Bradford Business Association members
- $50 membership fee for new member artisans, musicians, tradespeople, sole proprieters in 2015 only.
Dues cover 12 months from payment anniversary date
Warner 8/30/15: The Kearsarge Chamber provided lunch at the Jim Mitchell Park for the USS Kearsarge crew visiting Warner. Thank you to Cheryl Johnson of The Maples at Warner and Barbara Lassonde of Granite Publicity & Promotion for cooking up a fabulous meal.
NHPR has a nice article on this visit on their website
Warner 7/16/15: The Velvet Moose Ice Cream Shoppe was filled with chamber members and visitors having some tasty ice cream on a warm summer night.
MainStreet Warner will be hosting musicians on their stage Friday nights during the summer. There will also be a number of daytime events on select weekends. Please see their 2015 schedule for more information.
Warner 6/16/15: The Maples At Warner was filled with area business representatives and artisans on a beautiful Tuesday evening. Thanks to Cheryl Johnson
for opening her inn and for making the scrumptious edibles.
Salisbury 5/28/15: There was a good turnout for the Business After Hours at Barn Store of New England. I think everyone learned at least a little something new at the event. The pictures show that there can be friendly co-opetition amongst members as we had representatives from three of the area hardware/lumber stores: Barn Store of NE, Lumber Barn, and Cyr Lumber.
Founder of the company, Ron Cyr, cut the ribbon as members of his family and others looked on. The Cyr family purchased the former Hamilton Building Supply Company on Route 103 last summer, and have been remodeling, updating and stocking the shelves ever since.
"This is a great area, and we're excited about becoming part of the community and providing our customers with great quality and service, as we have in our Windham store," said Kevin Cyr, president of the company. "Being just off Exit 7 of I-89, makes this a convenient location for many people."
Photo caption: L-R Paul Hamel, Kevin McKay, General Manager, Brian Cyr, Paul Cyr, Patrick Miller, Kearsarge Area Chamber of Commerce President, Ron Cyr, Rachel Cyr, Kevin Cyr, Caitlin Cyr.