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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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Summer youth theater camp

Jan. 11: Summer youth program fair

Offerings in academics, arts, athletics and more, ages 6-18

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Family hockey night

Tonight:  UNH Family Hockey Night

Join us for a spaghetti dinner and Wildcat Men's hockey game

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Top 10 stories of 2017

Tuition savings, new rankings in the spotlight

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Local Events

Jan. 10

Explore the scope and management of projects with nonprofits across NH.

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Jan. 15

Summer Youth Programs open for registration today (subject to change): Girls Basketball, Camp Wildcat, Girls Ice Hockey, Wildcat Hockey School, Hockey Prospect, Theatre and Dance. 

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Jan. 17

Join NHPR’s Sam Evans-Brown, who will moderate a Science Café about alternative energy and the future.

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Jan. 18-19

Certify your leadership potential in just three, two-day sessions. Get maximum impact in a manageable format.

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Jan. 20

Join us for this day-long gathering of more than 100 reed players of all ages and skill levels. The day includes a faculty recital well as clinics for players.

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Jan. 20

In honor of UNH Double Reed Day, music faculty members Sospiri; Margaret Herlehy, oboe, and Janet Polk, bassoon, with Christopher Kies, piano, present Schubert with Many Kies.

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Jan. 20

Teachers, after-school providers and 4-H leaders are invited to learn how to build and test an underwater ROV.

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Jan. 23

The Seacoast Big Band, Dave Seiler directing, performs at the Johnson Theater.

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Jan. 27

The culminating performance of Choral Gala Day, William Kempster, conductor.

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Feb. 1

Cheryl Parker '00, manager for the UNH Brewing Science Laboratory and an instructor for the new brewing minor, offers insights on leadership.

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Feb . 8-26

While commemorating the life and work of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., this tribute is part of UNH’s ongoing work to build a safe, equitable community.

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