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  • Rig Up Weekend
    Rig Up Weekend
      The Gundalow Company is Celebrating the Season with Rig Up Weekend MAY 26 AND 27 * SHEAFE WAREHOUSE * PRESCOTT PARK Kick off our Public Sailing Season with music, activities, the christening of the Cocheco, and the naming of our three Piscataqua wherries   May 26th 4:30-6:00: Chantey Sing, Christening of the Cocheco, and Raising the Yard May 27th 12:00-4:00: Children’s Activities, knot tying, model boat building, story hour, music and more.  Public sails leave the dock at 12:30, 3:00 and 6:00 12:00: Story Hour 12:30 Public Sail on the Piscataqua – Kids Sail Free 1:30 Creature Feature 3:00 […]...
  • Teachers On The Estuary
    Teachers On The Estuary
    TEACHERS ON THE ESTUARY: “TOTE” Wildlife and Fisheries in a Changing Climate June 28 & 29, 2017 – Great Bay Discovery Center, Greenland, NH Co-Sponsored by the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Gundalow Company Teachers on the Estuary (TOTE), is a program of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) that offers field-based professional development for teachers on watershed and estuary topics at Research Reserves. In this workshop, Reserves use local research and habitats as a context for introducing teachers to coastal science and issues such as climate change and sea level rise. This year’s TOTE is […]...
  • African American Soldiers and Sailors of NH during the American Revolution with author and historian Glenn Knoblock
    African American Soldiers and Sailors of NH during the American Revolution with author and historian Glenn Knoblock
    The Gundalow Company presents an evening Maritime History at the Portsmouth Library May 2nd at 6:30. One of the most interesting aspects of the American Revolution is the role played by African Americans in the fight for independence. Both free African Americans and those that were enslaved were key in manning state militias and Continental Army units, as well as serving on the high seas in the Navy and on privately armed ships. Indeed, their service to the colonies was crucial in a conflict that lasted nearly seven years. Prohibited from serving in military units and largely considered “undesirable elements,” […]...

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