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Catch! Connecting the Seacoast and UNH

A monthly e-newsletter highlighting public events, news and features from UNH Durham.



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UNH mascot Wild E. Cat gets the crowd riled up at a Homecoming Weekend football game.

Homecoming & Family Weekend

Classic fall football, picnic, parade and more

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Members of the Texas Guitar Quartet.

Guitar virtuosos

Texas Guitar Quartet brings alum home

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Willie Cole's work "Loveseat," from 2007, constructed of shoes, wood, pvc pipes, screws and staples.

Meet the artist

Contemporary artist Willie Cole at PCAC

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Local Events

Now through Sept. 30

Volunteers needed to hunt for invasive green crabs that threaten the Seacoast’s environment.

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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.

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Sept. 7

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.

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Sept. 9

The UNH Music Faculty Concert Series reopens with Hsiang Tu in a program titled “Animal Style: Piano Music Inspired by the Animal Kingdom.”

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SEPTEMBER SCHEDULE

Sept. 9

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.

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Sept. 11

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.

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Sept. 12

Get in the “weeds” at Odiorne Point in Rye and learn how to identify and forage for local edible seaweeds.

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Sept. 13

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.

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Sept. 16

Head to Oyster River High School for Northeastern Ballet Theatre’s production of “Dracula,” featuring UNH assistant professor of Theatre and Dance Assaf Benchetrit.

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Sept. 20

StopStreetHarassment.org founder and author Holly Kearl will talk on gender-based violence, including street and sexual harassment in schools and on college campuses.

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Sept. 23

All Wildcat Marching Band alumni are invited to join a pre-game performance at the Homecoming football game. Register by Sept. 19.

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Sept. 26

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.

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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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