I heard a bird sing In the dark of December. A magical thing and sweet to remember. "We are nearer to Spring Than we were in September," I heard a bird sing In the dark of December.
Check out this incredible time lapse video created byJ Secord Photography! We are so lucky to live in the New Hampshires White Mountains!
Making plans for vacation? The Glass Flower Exhibit at the Harvard Museum of Natural History is the only one of it's kind in the world (and us under a two hour drive away)! This unique collection of over 4,000 models, representing more than 830 plant species, was created by glass artisans Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, a father and son from Dresden, Germany. You can check out all of their exhibites, including minerals, arthropods, and the famous historic Great Mammal Hall, on their website!
Listen to This American Life's story, The House on Loon Lake! It tells the story of two boys who broke into an abandoned house in the small town of Freedom, New Hampshire in the 1970's. The home turned out to be a perfect time capsule, containing the furniture, letters and personal effects of an entire family...abandoned for decades. It seemed like the family just vanished one day, leaving salt and pepper shakers on the table, notes on the bedroom mirror, and a wallet with money still inside.
Congratulations to this month's 'Artist of the Month' Gwen Hoyt! Check out Gwen's AMAZING work in person on the Artist of the Month bulletin board in the PRHS Library, on our school TV's and of course, right here on our website!
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