HAT offers a regularly scheduled talk series to provide adventure to all. You don't have to go sky diving to have an adventure.
Come, listen, learn, and experience an adventure, and explore how to do something you've never tried before!
Try New Things. Learning is the Adventure.
January 21, 2021
Hear about all 4,000 miles traveled, the crashes and roadblocks encountered, the memorable experiences, and the pathways in the bike trip across the Country. Learn about how to pack, how to prepare, and how to expect the unexpected.
January 7, 2021
A calming breath and a deep stretch in a virtual Yoga session.
December 17, 2020
The Upper Valley Trails Alliance advocates for the use, maintenance, and development of trails in the region. We have Randy Richardson joining us to discuss Upper Valley Trails - how they improve our mental and physical health, and how to gear up for activity. Discover the incredible community value of public trails and learn how to find them so you can start exploring today!
December 10, 2020
Matthew Norman joins us to share the history of the Appalachian Trail in a 45-minute presentation. "We have a trail because we have hikers, we have hikers because we have a trail." Having been a part of the Appalachian Trail for almost 10 years he provides a unique perspective to this great trek. Listen to the experience, explore with your mind, and hear about the Hiker Yearbook.
December 3, 2020
A 45-minute art and craft show with local artist Matt Brown. Since 1995 Matt has been a member of the League of NH Craftsmen. Matt specializes in using the Japanese hanga method, which uses color woodblock prints to create unique pieces of art. HAT has many of Matt's crafts hanging in our building to bring a local flare and brighten our rooms. Art available for purchase.
This event was virtual. If you would like to view Matt's presentation please enjoy this recording!
November 19, 2020
A 45-minute presentation and Q&A to hear from Eric Janson, as he joins us to discuss his travels on the Colorado Trail! The Colorado Trail is a long-distance trail running for 486 miles from the mouth of Waterton Canyon southwest of Denver to Durango in Colorado, United States. Eric backpacked the Colorado Trail in in 1989, and is one of the first 15 people on record to have completed a Thru-hike of the trail.
November 5, 2020
A 45-minute panel and Q&A to learn about electric bikes with hot cider and snacks. Explore all the different parts of the e-bike - what makes them so incredibly fun, why they are so popular, and where are recommended local trails.
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