Welcome to the Residence at Daniel Webster’s NEW Shared Community Calendar! We created this shared calendar to allow people in the local community (Merrimack, Nashua, Manchester and surrounding areas) to post their events that they think others may be interested in. We hope you will all enjoy this calendar and utilize it so it becomes a one-stop way to find out about the many terrific events taking place in the community. So go ahead and add, browse and enjoy! If you have an idea about how we could improve this format, we would love to hear about it. Please contact us with your ideas or call. You can either e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 617-227-0893 ext. 653
This is a live, in person program taking place indoors at Nesmith Library. Masks are required for everyone entering the Nesmith Library building. Registration Required / Adults Ages 16 & Up
The Black Bear is one of New Hampshire’s largest and most majestic mammals. On Thursday, March 10 at 6 PM, visit Nesmith Library to learn about their history from Don Allen, Fish and Wildlife Steward with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. The presence of the Black Bear in modern New Hampshire is a wildlife restoration success story. In the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries, the Black Bear was reviled as a varmint, so aggressive land clearing, bounties, and zero hunting regulations depleted their numbers to just 500 by the year 1900. However, the combination of science-based wildlife management, research, and carefully regulated hunting has allowed the state’s bear population to grow to nearly 5000 animals just in the past decade. Now they can be found in all counties of New Hampshire! Come and hear the story of the Black Bear coming back from the edge of being lost to New Hampshire.
8 Fellows Rd, Windham, NH