NASHUA, NH – Wondering what to do in the Nashua area this week? Below, we’ve included some of the week’s top stories from around the Nashua area. Here are some of the events happening in the city this week.

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Here are some events happening this week around Nashua:

Featured event: Student Travel Summer 2024: Iceland, England and Scotland Information Meeting

  • when: Tuesday, September 19 at 7 pm
  • where: Zoom meeting information
  • What: Do you know a teen who is ready to see the world? Our last information meeting about the lowest tuition fees for Iceland, England and Scotland is on Tuesday 19 September at 7:00pm! We’re offering a $300 promotion that ends this month! Who can come? Any student in the United States who is 6 years old… Learn more
Featured Event: Student Travel Summer 2024: Iceland, England and Scotland Information Meeting (Cassiopeia Turcotte)

Featured event: T-Mobile Tuesdays: New perks every week

  • when: Tuesday, September 19 at 8:30 am
  • What: T-Mobile customers: Download the T-Mobile Tuesdays app to get free stuff and great perks from the brands you love, including food, gas, entertainment and more. Image source: Courtesy of T-Mobile Learn more
Featured Event: T-Mobile Tuesdays: New perks every week (T-Mobile)

Featured event: Estate planning basics

  • when: Wednesday, September 20 at 6 p.m
  • where: Via Zoom
  • What: Estate planning should be completed by everyone, regardless of age. If you don’t have an estate plan or haven’t reviewed your estate plan recently, this webinar is for you! Are you ready to start making decisions that will protect your ability to stay in control if you get sick or… Learn more
Featured Event: Estate Planning Basics (Joseph M. Anotto)

Green burials and home funerals

  • when: Wednesday, September 20 at 6 p.m
  • where: Nashua Public Library
  • What: Join us as we discuss the emerging movement to change the way America dies, with expert Lee Webster. We’ll look at the growing environmental and cultural awareness around funeral practices in the United States, including the ancient practice of home care and burial of the dead… Learn More

Pokemon party

  • when: Thursday, September 21 at 4 p.m
  • where: Nashua Public Library
  • What: For grades K-5. Are you a fan of Pokemon? If so, join us at our Pokemon Party! Enjoy games and activities. Space and supplies are limited. He learns more

Love and Resistance: A Poetry and Conversation Series

  • when: Thursday, September 21 at 7 p.m
  • where: Nashua Public Library
  • What: Join Dianely Antigua, Poet Laureate of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Ben Bacot, Founder and Director of NH Panther (Plymouth Area Network to End Racism) as they share selections by BIPOC writers who address themes of love and resistance, discuss poetic intersectionality and the conduct of… Learn More

Featured event: The House on the Haunted Hill, brought to you by Milford Area Players

  • when: Friday, September 22 at 7:30 p.m
  • where: Amato Center for the Performing Arts
  • What: You are cordially invited to a party – to die for. Adapted from Vincent Price’s classic novel, The House on Haunted Hill tells the twisty story of millionaire Frederic Lorraine, his fourth wife, Annabelle, and five money-hungry guests who will each receive fifty thousand dollars if… Learn more
Featured Event: The House on Haunted Hill, submitted by Milford Area Players (Maicie L Cherry)

VIP Launch Party for Jals Cuisine Bantu

  • when: Friday, September 22 at 6:30 p.m
  • where: 9 Semaan St
  • What: Discover the vibrancy of African cuisine at an exclusive event on Friday, September 22, at 6:30pm in Nashua, New Hampshire, where we will celebrate the launch of Jals Bantu Cuisine, Nashua, New Hampshire’s first African restaurant. Founded by LaFortune Djabea of ​​Mola Foods, Jals Cuisine Bantu is an e-commerce… Learn more

Safari stream

  • when: Saturday, September 23 at 10 am
  • where: Falls Park Mine
  • What: Join educators from the UNH STEM Docent Program and the Nashua Conservation Commission at Mine Falls for an exciting morning of water science experiments and exploration. Learn about Nashua’s river ecosystems, perform water quality tests, find and identify macroinvertebrates… Learn More


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