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Upcoming Events

2024 Housing Solutions Breakfast – 5/31/24

May 31, 2024 | 7:30 am - 10:00am

Venue : Hilton Garden Inn 35 Labombard Rd Lebanon NH


The Housing Solutions Breakfast brings together employers, developers, advocacy groups, legislators, municipal officials, and more to share their perspectives and discuss ongoing and proposed measures to address the issue. Co-hosted by Vital Communities and Twin Pines Housing and sponsored by Mascoma Bank, New Hampshire Housing, and Vermont Housing Finance Agency. Registration is requested as seats are limited. Register by May 17!  Thanks to our generous sponsors, the event is free, but we would welcome a suggested donation of $25 or more to support Vital Communities’ Housing Programs.   
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The Schedule 

7:30-8 am Breakfast and networking 8-8:05 am Welcome Panel 1: Housing Successes (8:05-8:35, allow for a couple Qs) 
  • Tom Manion (outgoing President and CEO of New London Hospital/incoming COO of DHMC)
  • Kathi Paradis (New Hampshire Community Loan Fund, VP of Residential Lending and Compliance)
  • Lynne Goodwin (City of Lebanon, Human Services Director)
  • Preston Bristow (Chester Town Planner)
Panel 2: What’s Still Needed (8:35-9:05, allow for a couple Qs) 
  • Tim McNamara (City of Lebanon, Mayor)
  • Jessica Nyland (Dartmouth College, AVP of Real Estate and Special Counsel)
  • Eric Duffy (Woodstock Municipal Manager)
  • Rob Taylor (Enfield Land Use and Community Development Administrator)
9:05-9:10 Panel Wrap Up from Clay Adams, President and CEO, Mascoma Bank 9:10-9:30 Q&A   9:30-9:35 Closing from Andrew Winter, Executive Director, Twin Pines Housing 9:35-10:00 Networking

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Build Maine 2024 – 6/5-6/6

June 05, 2024 | Not Available

Venue : eene State College 232 Main Street Keene, NH 03435


Build Maine brings together all people participating in the act of building our towns and cities. The builders, funders, elected officials, engineers, lawyers, planners, finance institutions, and rule-makers converge throughout the year to share best practices and aspirations for moving Maine forward within the political and economic climates of today.

Build Maine introduces cutting edge business practices and focused conversations with leaders in transportation planning, real estate development, and public service, demonstrating a breadth of knowledge we can apply locally.

Build Maine offers its diverse and engaging content to Mainers through a highly active social media presence, enriching workshops and events throughout the year, and, of course, the culminating experience - the annual Build Maine Conference.

Not from Maine? Living elsewhere? All are welcome at Build Maine events.

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Build Maine is co-hosted by the Maine Downtown Center, the Maine Municipal Association (MMA), and the Maine Real Estate & Development Association (MEREDA).

We hope you will join the conversation!

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2024 Multifamily Housing Conference – 6/7/24

June 07, 2024 | 8:30 am - 12:30pm

Venue : The Venue at Portwalk Place Portsmouth, NH


Join us in Portsmouth on Friday, June 7 from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM for our 2024 Multifamily Conference! Our half-day conference draws more than 200 for-profit and nonprofit affordable housing developers, builders, housing advocates, local and state public officials, and others. It's a great opportunity to dive into the multifamily development network! AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS

  • Featured Speaker: ALI WOLF, Chief Economist for Zonda, a specialist on housing, labor markets, and consumers for the largest new home construction data company in North America
  • Property Management Pro Tips for Developers Panelists: CHRIS SCHLEYER, Principal, Elm Grove Properties MARIE POOLE, Director of Property Management and Housing, Easterseals NH
  • Finding the Financing Panelists: NANCY OWENS, President, Evernorth DAN KIERCE, Managing Director, Co-Head of Originations and Sales, RBC Community Investment MITCH GALLO, Director, Municipal Finance, RBC Capital Markets, LLC
  • Gaining Community Support for Multifamily Housing Developments Panelists: JUDI BARRETT, Housing Opportunity Planning (HOP) Grants Consultant JOANNA KELLEY, Assistant Mayor of Portsmouth MAX LATONA, Executive Director, Center for Ethics in Society, Saint Anselm College JOE TAMPOSI, Manger, Tamposi Brothers Holdings
Immediately following the conference, there will be a Developers Roundtable with NH Housing staff to discuss topics of interest and to answer questions. Separate RSVP required. Let us know that you're coming; light lunch will be provided. RSVP to Rebecca.

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NHPA 2024 Spring Conference – 6/14/24

June 14, 2024 | 9:30 am - 5:00pm

Venue : eene State College 232 Main Street Keene, NH 03435


Check out the agenda, including 3 mobile tour options and a Planners Meet Up at Modestman Brewing after the conference.

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2024 Housing & Economy Conference – 10/23/24

October 23, 2024 | 8:00 am - 12:00pm

Venue : Grappone Conference Center Concord, NH


SAVE THE DATE 2024 Housing & Economy Conference Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2024 Location: Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH   This conference explores the state and national housing markets, and their influence on the economy. It features nationally known speakers, and draws 300+ professionals from the financial, real estate, lending, development, nonprofit housing-related organizations, as well as public officials.

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Past Events

Monadnock Resource Alliance (MRA) Housing Collaborative Forum – 5/21/24

May 21, 2024 | 8:00 am - 12:00pm

Venue : Keene State College, 232 Main Street


Join us for our second Monadnock Housing Forum, a local event dedicated to addressing housing issues in the Monadnock region. This in-person event is a great opportunity to learn, share, and connect with others in the community. Learn about the Monadnock Resource Alliance Event Details: 8:00AM Registration & Light Refreshments 8 :45AM Event Start Purpose Foster shared understanding of the housing challenge, identify actionable strategies, and hear from the groups formed during our first forum on the updates and crucial work they are doing in our region to more to housing action and education. Outcomes 1. Establish shared knowledge and understanding of the housing challenges. 2. Identify opportunities for action. 3. Prioritize strategies. Whether you're looking for information, resources, or want to engage in meaningful conversations, this event is for you. Don't miss out on this opportunity to connect with others who share your interest and passion for housing issues in the Monadnock region. Mark your calendars and join us at the Monadnock Housing Collaborative!

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Homebuyer Fair – 5/18 – Littleton

May 18, 2024 | 10:00 am - 2:00pm

Venue :Virtual


NH Housing partners with local nonprofits around the State to provide homebuyers with the opportunity to speak with housing professionals and to learn about the homebuying process.    The homebuyer fairs will offer an exhibitor marketing place and free onsite homebuyer education classes!   

DATE  TIME  LOCATION 
May 18  10 AM – 2 PM  Mount Eustis Commons, Littleton 
Learn more at NHHomeownership.org.

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NH Next: A Summit for Young Changemakers – 5/16/24

May 16, 2024 | 11:30 am - 4:00pm

Venue : The Venues at the Factory, Manchester, NH


At this half-day summit, which includes lunch, you will have opportunity to will hear from, and engage with, compelling young Granite Staters who have made an impact here in New Hampshire in the arts, social and environmental justice, business, politics, and more.

You will also:

  • Meet others who share your passions.

  • Connect with individuals and organizations with whom you might partner to help you to create the change you want to see.

  • Access information and other resources that can help you along the way.

You will leave inspired, connected, and ready for action.

 

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Walking Tour: Downtown Living: Building Homes & Creating Value – 5/16/24

May 16, 2024 | 2:00 pm - 6:00pm

Venue : Manchester, NH


Downtown Living: Building Homes & Creating Value Thursday, May 16, 2024 2:00 - 6:00 PM Downtown Manchester, NH

Join Plan NH and ULI Boston/New England for a fascinating walking tour showcasing several current residential projects in Downtown Manchester, NH responsible for an additional 850 housing units, as well as nearby placemaking efforts.

Get the inside story of the public-private cooperation and support it takes to tackle the housing crisis head on, tools you can use in your community, and strategies to address challenges and overcome obstacles. Connect with others who focus on residential development, downtown economics, and revitalization of the heart of New England cities.

Speakers include:

  • Adam Wagner, AIA, LEED BC+C, Market Square Architects
  • Ben Frost, Esq., AICP, New Hampshire Housing
  • Brian Pratt, PE, Fuss & O'Neill
  • Jodie Nazaka, AICP, City of Manchester

Who should attend?

Housing Officials, Planners, Economic Developers, Architects, Developers, Real Estate Professionals, anyone interested in increasing residential development in Downtown areas.

Register here - $35 for Plan NH and ULI Boston/New England members; $45 for non-members; includes light refreshments following the walking tour

More about the tour:

Living in Downtown puts you in the heart of the city with a unique level of convenience. Everything is at your fingertips, and you can easily walk to shops, restaurants, and other amenities. You can connect to public transportation, bike or get around on foot, reducing the need for a car. Downtown living is very desirable to residents of all ages for the vibrant nightlife, cultural events, and attractions. Downtowns contribute a high density of economic activity and a concentration of opportunity for a more diverse and inclusive population. But creating new housing units in Downtown districts has challenges, too. Building codes have changed over time, structures and uses may be obsolete, there will be brownfield issues, rising water levels, stormwater concerns and clashes in the neighborhood over traffic and parking. These all weigh on the financial feasibility of Downtown sites and add challenges to office-to-residential conversions.

CEUs and CMs through AIA New Hampshire and the Northern New England Chapter of the APA pending approval

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2024 Planning and Zoning Conference – 5/11/24

May 11, 2024 | 8:45 am - 3:30pm

Venue :Virtual


The Office of Planning and Development organizes this annual conference, required under RSA 673:3-a, by providing informational sessions on planning and zoning issues for members of municipal land use boards. This planning and zoning conference has been held since 1994. Information about the Spring 2024 Planning and Zoning Conference.

  TO REGISTER: Please register for one track only. The chart below provides all the registration links accordingly. A session chart, which includes the Microsoft Teams webinar links for each track/session, will be sent via email to all those who registered. You do not need to register for more than one track if you want to attend sessions from multiple tracks throughout the day.
Planning Board Track Zoning Board of Adjustment Track Historic Preservation & Housing Track
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For assistance registering, contact us at planning@livefree.nh.gov

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How are Policymakers Improving Access to Lower-cost Homes? – 4/16/24

April 19, 2024 | 10:00 am - 11:30am

Venue : Hybrid


Join housing experts from The Pew Charitable Trusts to discuss their latest research on policy changes that are improving housing supply and affordability.
The discussion will examine how policymakers across the country are effectively addressing housing shortages, soaring costs, and limited access to financing. In particular, the event will cover multiple topics at the heart of current housing policy debates, including rents and effects on housing costs, public opinion, homelessness, parking, accessory dwelling units and manufactured housing.
 
Linlin LiangLinlin Liang is a principal associate with Pew’s housing policy initiative, providing analysis and research on alternative financial arrangements used to purchase manufactured homes and other low-cost forms of housing. Before coming to Pew, Liang worked for Grameen America to expand access to credit for low-income entrepreneurs and launched Bank On Suncoast’s coalition with United Way Suncoast to connect underserved communities with safe and affordable banking products. Liang holds a bachelor’s degree in advertising from Xiamen University and a master’s in media and information from Michigan State University.  
Rachel SiegelRachel Siegel is a senior officer with Pew’s housing policy initiative, conducting original research and analysis on the availability, safety, and affordability of mortgages and on alternative financial arrangements for purchasing manufactured homes and other low-cost forms of housing. She also represented Pew on the Federal Reserve’s Faster Payments Task Force. Before coming to Pew, Siegel worked for Santander Bank and Century Bank, and interned at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Vermont and a master’s in economics from Boston University.

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Homebuyer Fair – 4/6 – Manchester

April 06, 2024 | 9:00 am - 1:00pm

Venue : DoubleTree by Hilton, Manchester Downtown 700 Elm Street, Manchester 


NH Housing partners with local nonprofits around the State to provide homebuyers with the opportunity to speak with housing professionals and to learn about the homebuying process.    The homebuyer fair will offer an exhibitor marketing place and free onsite homebuyer education classes!    For more information, visit hbf.gonewhampshirehousing.com or email ownershipinfo@nhhfa.org.

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2024 Homeownership Conference – 3/26/24

March 26, 2024 | 8:00 am - 2:15pm

Venue : Grappone Conference Center Concord, NH


Conference Agenda Speaker Bios Presentations: NH Housing Overview Rob Dapice, Executive Director/CEO, NH Housing Julie Jussif, Managing Director, Homeownership Division Heather McCann, Senior Director, Research, Engagement & Policy Homes for Tomorrow’s Homebuyers Chris Lee, Backyard ADUs Darren Winham, Economic Development Director, Exeter Kevin Lacasse, New England Family Housing George Reagan, Moderator Building More Homes Through Civic Leadership Peter Nichols, Chair, Housing Commission, New London Molly Lunn Owen, past Executive Director, 603 Forward Ian Rogers, Housing Advisory Committee, Warner Laura Knoy, moderator The Future of Homeownership Chris Herbert, Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University Delving Deeper for Housing Solutions  Facilitated by Matthew Gallant, Senior Manager, Business Development Homeownership Division, NH Housing      

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Homebuyer Fair – 3/23 – Littleton

March 23, 2024 | 10:00 am - 2:00pm

Venue : Littleton Opera House 2 Union Street, Littleton, NH


NH Housing partners with local nonprofits around the State to provide homebuyers with the opportunity to speak with housing professionals and to learn about the homebuying process.    The homebuyer fairs will offer an exhibitor marketing place and free onsite homebuyer education classes!   

DATE  TIME  LOCATION 
March 23  10 AM – 2 PM  Littleton Opera House 2 Union Street, Littleton 
April 6  9 AM – 1 PM DoubleTree by Hilton, Manchester Downtown 700 Elm Street, Manchester 
 
  For more information, visit hbf.gonewhampshirehousing.com or email ownershipinfo@nhhfa.org.

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Homebuyer Fair – 3/16 – Newington

March 16, 2024 | 10:00 am - 2:00pm

Venue : Mall at Fox Run 50 Fox Run Road Newington, NH


NH Housing partners with local nonprofits around the State to provide homebuyers with the opportunity to speak with housing professionals and to learn about the homebuying process.    This coming Spring NH Housing is sponsoring three regional fairs.  Each Homebuyer fair will offer an exhibitor marketing place and free onsite homebuyer education classes!   

DATE  TIME  LOCATION 
March 16  10 AM – 2 PM  Mall at Fox Run 50 Fox Run Road, Newington 
March 23   10 AM – 2PM  Littleton Opera House 2 Union Street, Littleton 
April 6  9 AM – 1 PM  DoubleTree by Hilton, Manchester Downtown 700 Elm Street, Manchester 
  For more information, visit hbf.gonewhampshirehousing.com or email ownershipinfo@nhhfa.org.

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Local Solutions Webinar Series: Attracting Developers – 3/14/24

March 14, 2024 | 12:00 pm

Venue : Webinar


This roundtable discussion will focus on the factors, conditions, and incentives which attract developers to propose new housing developments in a community and the barriers which keep them away.

  • Jack Franks, President & CEO, Avanru Development Group Ltd.
  • John Randolph, Owner, GSD Construction
  • Maggie Randolph, Architect, GSD Studios
  • Sal Steven-Hubbard, Real Estate Development Director, Lakes Region Community Developers

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CATCH Annual Event: Keys to a Brighter Future – 3/8/24

March 08, 2024 | 6:00 pm - 10:00pm

Venue : The Barn at Bull Meadow 63 Bog Road Concord, NH 03303


Join CATCH for a joyous celebration and an opportunity to unlock a brighter future for our community by raising funds for safe and affordable housing. DJ Nazzy will be emceeing the celebration at The Barn at Bull Meadow. Come as you are (business casual attire suggested) and come ready for a good time! A delicious dinner will be served and a cash bar will be available featuring all your favorites and some unique creations as well! Thank you for being part of New Hampshire’s housing solution; see you soon!

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Local Solutions Webinar Series: Transfer of Development Rights 101: A Primer – 3/7/24

March 07, 2024 | 12:00 pm

Venue : Webinar


This presentation will focus on the City of Dover’s Transfer of Development Rights Ordinance and how it could be adapted by other municipalities to allow development to grow organically while also preserving greenspaces.

  • Donna Benton, City of Dover, Planning and Community Development Director
  • Christopher Parker, City of Dover, Deputy City Manager/Development & Strategic Initiatives
  • Ryan Pope, City of Dover, Community Housing Navigator

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Policy & Pints Pop Up Series: Seacoast – 1/16/24

March 05, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue : Auspicious Brew 1 Washington Street #1103 Dover, NH 03820


  Housing you can afford? Student debt? The cost of childcare? Protecting New Hampshire's outdoor recreational areas? As a young person living on the Seacoast, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state's young people during the 2024 legislative session in Concord, we want to know. If you're 40 or under and live or work on the Seacoast, you're invited to take part in Stay Work Play's Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series. Join us for a hard kombucha (first one's on us for the first 25 to register!) some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make your region of New Hampshire more friendly to young people. This event is supported by New Hampshire Housing.

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Local Solutions Webinar Series: YIMBYism: A Different Approach to Development – 2/29/24

February 29, 2024 | 12:00 pm

Venue : Webinar


This presentation will focus on how two different communities worked to not only change their zoning ordinances, but also their approaches to development, focusing more on working with applicants to help them fit their proposals to their respective zoning ordinance.

  • Bryce Kaw-uh, City of Manchester, Planning Board Chair
  • Bart McDonough, Town of Newmarket, Planning & Community Development Director

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Policy & Pints Pop Up Series: Lakes Region – 2/28/24

February 28, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue : Hobbs Tavern 2415 White Mountain Hwy, West Ossipee, NH 03890


  Housing you can afford? Student debt? The cost of childcare? Protecting New Hampshire's outdoor recreational areas? As a young person in the Lakes Region, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state's young people during the 2024 legislative session in Concord, we want to know. If you're 40 or under and live or work in the Lakes Region, you're invited to take part in Stay Work Play's Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series. Join us for a beer (first one's on us for the first 25 to register!) at Hobbs Tavern and Brewing Company for some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make your region of New Hampshire more friendly to young people. This event is supported by New Hampshire Housing.

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Local Solutions Webinar Series: The Intersection of Development and Clean Water – 2/22/24

February 22, 2024 | 12:00 pm

Venue : Webinar


This presentation will discuss the Town of Enfield’s efforts to provide additional opportunities for housing development while also balancing water quality issues.

  • Brandon Kernen, NH Department of Environmental Services, Drinking Water & Groundwater Bureau Administrator
  • Rob Taylor, Town of Enfield Land Use and Community, Development Administrator

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Virtual Community Forum on Transportation – 2/22/24

February 22, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual


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Webinar: Is This the Year of Housing in the NH Legislature? – 2/21/24

February 21, 2024 | 11:00 am - 12:00pm

Venue : Webinar


This year’s legislative session is set to address a plethora of housing topics, acknowledging the urgency of New Hampshire’s housing crunch for residents and businesses alike. Join our panel of housing policy and housing construction experts for a deep look at the proposed legislation and an analysis of its potential impact on the housing crisis. This webinar will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 from 11 a.m. to noon

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Virtual Community Forum on Mental Health Access – 2/21/24

February 21, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual


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Virtual Community Forum on Housing – 2/20/24

February 20, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue :Virtual


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Local Solutions Webinar Series: Our Housing Shortage – 2/15/24

February 15, 2024 | 12:00 pm

Venue : Webinar


This presentation will focus on the background of the housing shortage and the direction that housing development appears to be headed. This webinar will include an overview of OPD’s “New Hampshire’s Housing Supply: Current Estimates and Trends – 2023 Update”, a report on residential building permit activity throughout the state in 2022.

  • Natch Greyes, NHMA Government Affairs Counsel
  • Ken Gallager, BEA, Office of Planning & Development, Principal Planner
  • Noah Hodgetts, BEA, Office of Planning & Development, Principal Planner

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Policy & Pints Pop Up Series: Concord – 2/13/24

February 13, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue : Lithermans Brewing Company 126 Hall St STE B Concord, NH 03301


  Housing you can afford? Student debt? The cost of childcare? Protecting New Hampshire's outdoor recreational areas? As a young person in Greater Concord, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state's young people during the 2024 legislative session in Concord, we want to know. If you're 40 or under and live or work in Greater Concord, you're invited to take part in Stay Work Play's Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series. Join us for a beer (first one's on us for the first 25 to register!) at Lithermans Brewing Company, some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make your region of New Hampshire more friendly to young people. This event is supported by New Hampshire Housing.

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Policy & Pints Pop Up Series: Manchester – 2/8/24

February 08, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue : Stark Brewing Company 500 N Commercial Street Manchester, NH 03101


  Housing you can afford? Student debt? The cost of childcare? Protecting New Hampshire's outdoor recreational areas? As a young person living in Nashua, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state's young people during the 2024 legislative session in Concord, we want to know. If you're 40 or under and live or work in Greater Nashua, you're invited to take part in Stay Work Play's Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series. Join us for a beer (first one's on us for the first 25 to register!) some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make your region of New Hampshire more friendly to young people. This event is supported by New Hampshire Housing.

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Policy & Pints Pop Up Series: Nashua – 2/1/24

February 01, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue : Spyglass Brewing Company 306 Innovative Way Nashua, NH 03062


  Housing you can afford? Student debt? The cost of childcare? Protecting New Hampshire's outdoor recreational areas? As a young person living in Nashua, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state's young people during the 2024 legislative session in Concord, we want to know. If you're 40 or under and live or work in Greater Nashua, you're invited to take part in Stay Work Play's Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series. Join us for a beer (first one's on us for the first 25 to register!) some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make your region of New Hampshire more friendly to young people. This event is supported by New Hampshire Housing.

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Policy & Pints Pop Up Series: Upper Valley – 1/22/24

January 22, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue : Sawtooth Kitchen Bar and Stage Under, Allen Street Hanover, NH 03755


  Housing you can afford? Student debt? The cost of childcare? Protecting New Hampshire's outdoor recreational areas? As a young person living in the Upper Valley, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state's young people during the 2024 legislative session in Concord, we want to know. If you're 40 or under and live or work in the Upper Valley, you're invited to take part in Stay Work Play's Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series. Join us for a beer (first one's on us for the first 25 to register!) some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make your region of New Hampshire more friendly to young people. This event is supported by New Hampshire Housing.

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Policy & Pints Pop Up Series: Monadnock – 1/11/24

January 11, 2024 | 5:30 pm - 7:00pm

Venue : Post & Beam Brewing 40 Grove Street Peterborough, NH 03458


  Housing you can afford? Student debt? The cost of childcare? Protecting New Hampshire's outdoor recreational areas? As a young person in the Monadnock region, what are the issues that matter most to you? What affects your decision to stay in, or leave, the Granite State? As Stay Work Play prepares to advocate on the behalf of the state's young people during the 2024 legislative session in Concord, we want to know. If you're 40 or under and live or work in the Monadnock region, you're invited to take part in Stay Work Play's Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series. Join us for a beer (first one's on us for the first 25 to register!) some engaging conversation, and a fun opportunity to meet new people and help make your region of New Hampshire more friendly to young people. This event is supported by New Hampshire Housing.

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