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Catch! Connecting the Seacoast and UNH
A monthly e-newsletter highlighting public events, news and features from UNH Durham.
Classic fall football, picnic, parade and more
Texas Guitar Quartet brings alum home
Contemporary artist Willie Cole at PCAC
Now through Sept. 30
Volunteers needed to hunt for invasive green crabs that threaten the Seacoast’s environment.
Sept. 2, 16
If the skies are clear, the UNH Observatory will hold public viewing sessions starting at 8 p.m. Visit Facebook for updates.
Thirteen contemporary artists explore the artifice of masculinity in the exhibit “Made Masculine,” while “On-Site” features work by artist Willie Cole. On view through Oct. 15, with additional events scheduled.
The UNH Music Faculty Concert Series reopens with Hsiang Tu in a program titled “Animal Style: Piano Music Inspired by the Animal Kingdom.”
Join the Durham Conservation Commission to help put the finishing touches on a trail connecting Oyster River Forest and College Woods. No experience or tools necessary! Register online.
Join jazz master Dave Liebman and his big band in their year-long commemoration of John Coltrane’s 90th birthday, Liebman’s 70th birthday, and the 50th anniversary of Coltrane’s death.
Get in the “weeds” at Odiorne Point in Rye and learn how to identify and forage for local edible seaweeds.
The Music Hall Loft in Portsmouth will host Bigelow Laboratory scientist Douglas Rasher for a presentation and Q&A on kelp, ocean ecosystems and climate change.
Head to Oyster River High School for Northeastern Ballet Theatre’s production of “Dracula,” featuring UNH assistant professor of Theatre and Dance Assaf Benchetrit.
StopStreetHarassment.org founder and author Holly Kearl will talk on gender-based violence, including street and sexual harassment in schools and on college campuses.
All Wildcat Marching Band alumni are invited to join a pre-game performance at the Homecoming football game. Register by Sept. 19.
Erin Thompson, the country’s only full-time professor of art crime, explores the damage done to humanity’s shared heritage through looting, theft and destruction of art.
Sept. 30, Oct. 1-4
Help count baby oysters as part of the Great Bay oyster restoration project led by UNH and The Nature Conservancy.
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