Brush & Pen: Artists & Writers of the White Mountains

The featured film screening explores the relationship between the artists and writers of the 19th century and their connection with the White Mountains.

AMC Evening Programs are free and open to the public. More info: (603) 278-4453

AMC Highland Center: Steep, Feature Film

This thrilling documentary explores the history of extreme and Big Mountain Skiing, starting with its roots in 1960s and 1970s North America and Europe, with Bill Briggs’ now famous first descent of the Grand Teton, and progressing through to the current day sport.

Highland Happenings Featured Evening Programs are FREE and OPEN to the public. For more information, please call (603) 278-4453.

AMC Presents: The Peoples Forest — The Story of the White Mountain National Forest

The Peoples Forest — The Story of the White Mountain National Forest is a David Huntley film.

In the late 1800s, New Hampshire’s White Mountains were ground zero for an environmental disaster caused by ruthless logging and the massive forest fires, erosion and flooding that followed. The vast destruction launched a national battle over the fate of America’s forestlands and sparked one of the first grassroots conservation movements. Leading the way was a unique partnership of citizens, politicians, and business and civic groups that believed conservation could benefit both the environment and economy.

This is the dramatic story of how those unlikely allies saved the White Mountains and created over 50 new National Forests and Grasslands in 40 states, totaling more than 20 million acres of public lands.

The evening programs are free and open to the public. Call to find out more or to be added to the monthly email list: (603) 466-2721 or