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Observatory Events

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June

9 - Annual Meeting 

Join us at location Tin Mountain Conservation Center in Albany, NH - President Sharon Schilling and other Trustees will present a recap of the past year, fiscal year updates and where we are headed. Following the meeting there will be a presentation and tour of the Tin Mountain Conservation Center and grounds. 

                              Time tbd (early/mid afternoon) - Annual Meeting
                               RSVP - Stephanie Turnbull (603)356-2137 x 223   
 

July

11 - Science in the Mountains: Climate Change’s Impact on New England’s Winter Economy

14-15 - Life, Work & Environment of Mount Washington Observatory

This overnight trip provides a backstage pass to Mount Washington Observatory. Get a firsthand look at how and why Observatory scientists observe and record Mount Washington's weather.  Learn More...

18 - Science in the Mountains: Astronomy: The Energy of the Universe

20-21 SEEK THE PEAK

Join us for the Nation's Premier Hiking event, our largest annual fundraiser, Seek the Peak.  Gather in the White Mountains of NH for a weekend filled with hiking, observatory tours, two parties and an amazing gear giveaway!  Learn more at www.seekthepeak.org .

25 - Science in the Mountains: Creatures of the Night: New England’s Nocturnal Animals

28-29 - The Science of Thunderstorms

During this summit overnight experience, the meteorology of thunderstorm formation will be examined, starting with the very basics of thermodynamics, gradually building a foundation to examine the fascinating science behind the anatomy of thunderstorms, supercells, and ultimately concluding with tornado development. Learn More...

August

1 - Science in the Mountains: Climate Change & Horticulture

8 - Science in the Mountains: Forest Fire Management

15 - Science in the Mountains: Mount Washington: Launching Pad to Polar Regions

11-12 - Life, Work & Environment of Mount Washington Observatory

This trip provides a backstage pass to Mount Washington Observatory. Get a firsthand look at how and why Observatory scientists observe and record Mount Washington's weather.  Learn More...

September

1-2 - The Science of Thunderstorms

During this summit overnight experience, the meteorology of thunderstorm formation will be examined, starting with the very basics of thermodynamics, gradually building a foundation to examine the fascinating science behind the anatomy of thunderstorms, supercells, and ultimately concluding with tornado development. Learn More...

Summer Overnight Trips

Summer Overnight Trips

Summer 2018: Learn about the life and work of Mount Washington Observatory on an educational overnight adventure.

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Weather Discovery Center

Weather Discovery Center

Visit our North Conway Weather Discovery Center - an interactive science museum for weather fanatics of any age!

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Hikers Wanted!

Hikers Wanted!

Head to the White Mountains of NH for the Nation's Premier Hiking Event, Seek the Peak, taking place July 20-21 in support of Mount Washington Observatory.

Register Today!

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