Our next science cafe will feature a discussion on Lobsters! Join us on Nov 15th.
True Tales From The Frontlines of Citizen Science Stories from the Field celebrates N.H. volunteers on Dec. 8 From helping salamanders cross the road to raising oysters in the Great Bay Estuary, citizen scientists in New Hampshire have a wealth of tales to tell. They’ll share these stories and more at Stories from the Field, a night of live storytelling that celebrates citizen science in the Granite State. Volunteers will share stories of scientific discovery on Friday, Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, NH. “Traditional science communication is often perceived as boring and unapproachable, but storytelling […]
Party for the PISCATAQUA Friday, November 3rd at the Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion Visitors Center 375 Little Harbor Road, Portsmouth NH Come enjoy an evening with Gundalow Friends & Family to support our award-winning education programs on board the PISCATAQUA. $50 per person Includes a light dinner of a selection of appetizers, soups, desserts, beer & wine. To purchase tickets click here! Call our office 603.433.9505 or visit us at 60 Marcy Street, Portsmouth NH 03801 If you are unable to attend, please visit our website to make a contribution to support our education programs & enter to win a private charter […]
This fall we are kicking off our science cafe series with a discussion on Right Whales. These lively conversations at the Portsmouth Brewery are the perfect way to spend an evening talking science in a relaxed setting. Doors open at 5:00 and the conversation starts at 6:00!
“There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories.” – Ursula K. Le Guin We all have a story to tell. Join us for a captivating evening of stories from your family, friends, and neighbors. A first of its kind event at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth where we will feature the faces, places, and stories of citizen science in New Hampshire. *free event, cash bar and light refreshments will be served Pre-registration is suggested. Register at StateofOurEstuaries.org/conference/CitSci EMAIL READY 2018_collateral_flyer_R06 (1)
Come join us Monday Sept 4 onboard the gundalow for a talk by Lighthouse Historian Jeremy D’Entremont. The sail leaves from Prescott Park at 5:00 and we will visit two of New Hampshire’s historic lighthouses. On this evening’s cruise, Jeremy will recap the fascinating history of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse in New Castle, New Hampshire, and Whaleback Lighthouse in Kittery, Maine. He will also discuss Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses’ extensive restoration work on both lighthouses, and the plans for a new docking system at Whaleback. He will tell about the fascinating human history of lighthouse keepers and their families, and […]
Tuesday, August 22nd we again welcome Kara Lavender Law aboard the Gundalow for a special talk and sail about ocean plastics. While we sail down the river aboard the Gundalow for a sunset sail we’ll touch on some of the challenges and possible solutions for one of the big challenges facing our oceans. Purchase tickets on our website.
Join us this Tuesday August 15th when we welcome Timothy Newton onboard the gundalow for a special talk on Coast Guard History on the Seacoast. Purchase tickets here.
Come Sail with us for a special speaker sail Friday August 25th at 5:30!
Sail with us Tuesday July 18, 6-8pm on our next Speaker Series Sail: Rod Watterson will join us for his talk “Portsmouth: World War II Boomtown.” Portsmouth became a World War II boomtown when employment at the navy yard quadrupled to more than 20,000 workers. During the war, the yard set records for submarine production which will never be broken, including the building of thirty-two in one year (1944) and the launching of four in one day. Watterson’s presentation will focus on the yard’s remarkable wartime performance and the formidable harbor defense system that was needed to protect such a […]