Amy Bunker is a native New Englander, born outside of Boston and raised on Lake Winnipesaukee. After wanderlusting out west and exploring internationally, Bunker has returned to the Granite State akin to her old stomping grounds. Having both attended Oyster River High School as a student and taught there while pursuing her graduate studies at UNH, the Seacoast Region is a familiar area. Bunker has deep familial roots in the Durham and Madbury area, spanning history for centuries. As an artist, teacher and writer, she continues to share her creative perspective with the world at large.
Here Are Two Dover Restaurants to Satisfy Your Cravings for Thai Food
If you’re a lover of Thai cuisine, and you happen to be in the Dover area, you may be wondering just where you can get a meal to satisfy your cravings.
The Dover Art Center Is Offering Virtual Viewings So You Can Still See the Show
Exciting things are happening at The Art Center in Dover.
Mr. Fox Brings Composting to Recycling Center in Dover, New Hampshire
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Organizers expect the limited 100 spaces to fill up fast.
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All mediums are welcome and up to three submissions may be accepted online.
Hidden Gem: Sanctuary Arts In Eliot Fostering New England’s Creativity
As an advocate for the arts, especially local artists, it is vital to preserve these unique spaces.