Winter 2019

Act’s got the Cure for your cabin Fever; fun indoors & out this winter!

Get adventuring outdoors then come inside for some great learning with ACT. Our ‘Shoes & Brews℠ series is back with a regular slot on the 2nd Saturday of every month and our Winter Speaker Series is now on the last Friday of the month starting January and running through April.

Registrations for March events are now live! And we are so excited to bring you new exciting opportunities to explore outdoors together this winter as well as a whole slew of new topics with new and returning speakers. Come back often to find out more about our 2019 partners for walks and talks as well as where we’ll be headed for new trails and local brew spots to discover.


February 2019

Mountains of Ice - Glaciation of the White Mountains

Friday, February 22nd, 6 - 7:30 PM
Bethlehem Town Hall; Bethlehem, NH

Join us at the Bethlehem Town Hall for a great evening of learning about the glaciation and deglaciation of the White Mountain area in New Hampshire with special guest speaker Bill Vales. We'll hear about how ancient glaciers helped form NH's White Mountains and learn what to look for to see evidence still all around us in the North Country!

For more info click on the image. Ready to register today? Click on the button above! Registration is not required but is very much appreciated so organizers can plan accordingly.


march 2019

Saturday, March 9th, 2 - 5:30 PM
BTA Trails & Rek’-lis; Bethlehem, NH

Join us on Saturday Mar. 9th from 2 - 5:30 p.m. for ACT’s March ‘Shoes & Brews℠ in Bethlehem to discover new trails right in town! We’ll meet for a snowshoe on some of Bethlehem’s in town trails being maintained by the Bethlehem Trails Association (BTA) at 2:00 p.m. then we’ll head indoors to Rek’-lis for brews and snacks from 4 - 5:30 p.m.

Not able to make it to both portions? We'd love to see you at either please just leave a note in the registration to let us know so we can plan accordingly. If you're only coming to Rek’-lis, please bring a friend(s)!

Friday, March 29th, 6 - 7:30 PM
Bethlehem Elementary; Bethlehem, NH

Join us at the Bethlehem Elementary School for a great evening of learning about the Eastern coyote with special guest speaker Christine Schadler, M.S., Conservation Biology. We'll hear about how the Eastern coyote has been shaped by area habitat and other regional predators as well as how we can coexist with coyotes as farmers, hiker or gardeners.

For more info click on the image. Ready to register today? Click on the button above! Registration is not required but is very much appreciated so organizers can plan accordingly.


Registration is not yet live for the events below, if you’re interested in getting on the registration list please let us know. Have questions about registration, membership or otherwise? Please email Gal at outreach@act-nh.org or call the office at (603) 823-7777.


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