Tri-County Community Action Program, in coordination with The Northern Forest Heritage Park and The Center for Rural Partnerships at Plymouth State University invite you to the unveiling of three exciting projects based on the Brown Company Research Building:
- Student murals covering the west windows on the Research Building
- A student film project documenting the research and production of the murals
- An exhibition on Brown Company’s “Industrial Explorers”
Please join us to celebrate this exciting and unique partnership and to help raise awareness about the Brown Company Research Building and some of the great things happening in Berlin.
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
at the NFHP Bunk House
961 Main Street, Berlin, NH
R.S.V.P. Northern Forest Heritage Park, (603) 752 -7202
via email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the Northern Forest Heritage Park, please visit www.northernforestheritage.org.
Support for these projects was provided by Plymouth State University, Tri-County CAP, The Northern Forest Heritage Park, White Mountain Lumber, the New Hampshire Department of Corrections, A. R. Couture Construction Corporation, the Neil & Louise Tillotson Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, and several volunteers.