New Hampshire is a small state. We have 170+ Facebook members and 270+ in our Google Group.
We have a Facebook page, Granite State Burners. Most of our online discussion occurs on that page. This is where meeting and event notices, invitations and newsletters are published. Members also post information about events that might be of interest to other burners.
We have approximately nine monthly meetings per year. Currently, we meet in towns near NH’s seacoast. We do go inland as well as north for some meetings and events.
Our meetings generally consist of socializing, reviewing the national BM scene, discussing NH-based activities and planning events and projects.
Local events have included visiting maker spaces, going on hiking adventures, conducting BM movie screenings and touring permanent art exhibits.
Ongoing projects include participating in Boston Figment, supporting permanent public art installation projects in NH, hosting an After Burn weekend and spreading the Burning Man vibe here in the northeast.
We are always searching for the right mix of topics and locations to address the wishes of all our members.
We continue to have meetings with other nearby BM regions including: Maine, Vermont, and Boston.
Get involved and find out about local happenings by signing up on our Announcement list, chat with other Burners on our Discussion lists, or follow us via your social media of choice - but definitely come out and get involved!
The New Hampshire Announce list is a moderated announcements-only list for events of interest to local Burners. Recipients get regular updates, event listings, and Burning Man news from this list.
To subscribe, send a blank email to:
To subscribe, send a blank email to: email@example.com.
(You may want to create a new email account for this, or filter carefully, as the volume can be quite high at times.)
We're always looking for new ideas to connect and expand in New Hampshire. Stop by our monthly meeting or connect on Facebook to get in touch!
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“I have learned silence from the talkative, toleration from the intolerant, and kindness from the unkind; yet strange, I am ungrateful to these teachers. - Khalil Gibran”
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