NH Travel and Tourism Presentation
Sponsored by Central NH Chamber of Commerce
And Hosted by Plymouth State University
Vicki Cimino (Director of Travel and Tourism for State of NH) will be coming to Central NH to share with us inside information in regards to the success of the Summer and Fall 2016 season that we all just experienced!
Plymouth State University
Prospect Dining Hall (Newfound room)
Breakfast, relax, settle in and mingle
– 8:15 am program commences
– 8:30 am Guest Speaker
Vicki Cimino (Presentation, Discussion and Questions)
– 9:15 am Wrap up
Plymouth State University Affiliation (No Charge – covered by sponsorhip)
Central NH Chamber of Commerce Members and Guests ($5)
Once you register we will forward detailed information in regards to location and parking. Click here to register today!
19th – Patty Stewart & Associates 4:30pm – 6:30pm
November 15, 2016 – Midstate Health at 5:30
January or February 2017 – Speare Memorial Hospital
February 16, 2017 – Woodsville Guaranty 5:00pm – 6:30pm
April, 2017 – Plymouth Rotary (tentative)
May 16, 2017 – Pemi-Baker Community Health (time to be determined)
Spring/Summer 2017 – Boomerang (date and time to be determined)
Five Regions, Twenty-Three Towns, Endless Adventures
Come and explore the Central NH regions
Seasons – While we are familiar with the splendor of the typical four seasons, we boast the addition of a fifth – mud. You will find activities, adventures, relaxation and solitude to be enjoyed in every season here, even mud season.
Culture – From world-class performances by the NH Music Festival, to toe-tapping summer music on the town village greens and everything in between, culture abounds for all in central New Hampshire. With Plymouth State University in our midst, we add offerings of a wide variety of theater productions, museum and gallery displays not found in your typical small town. If that is not enough, there are dozens more venues we will share with you throughout our community.
Community – The bottom line here is that the people are the heart and soul of our region. People that take pride in our New Hampshire reputation for warmth, caring and friendliness.
Natural Beauty – This is the big one, and rightly so. Who can deny the beauty of Newfound and Squam Lakes, the majestic White Mountains, and the winding valleys in between? The opportunities to enjoy this unsurpassed beauty are seemingly endless, and folks around here are happy to share their recommendations.