New Hampshire's Liberty Community
Friendly people, effective action.
Free Staters are creating a society in which people value each other’s rights and choices, even when they are unpopular, as long as they hurt no one else. This kind of community is dynamic, productive, open, friendly, and creative. It welcomes people to be authentic and to participate however they choose, and the results are invigorating and inspiring.
New Hampshire's small size facilitates activism and frequent collaboration among participants. Regular meetups include social gatherings at restaurants and bars, potlucks, market days, movie nights, parties, and play dates. Teams of friendly volunteers run Liberty Forum, PorcFest, and the Welcome Wagon (welcoming and assisting movers, even unloading their belongings when they arrive!). Why not come see for yourself? Get connected online and start planning your visit!
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New Hampshire is an amazing state. Use this group to get together with other people and be active outdoors. Hiking, swimming, camping, hunting, canoeing, kayaking, snowshoeing, snowboarding, skiing, climbing, bouldering, surfing, skydiving, mountain biking, bridge & cliff jumping—outdoor opportunities are endless in NH as are the opportunities to connect with Porcupines.
Looking to connect with other families that share values such as peaceful parenting and the Non-Aggression Principle? Want to learn about new and exciting homeschooling/unschooling opportunities? Do you enjoy nature walks, museum visits, indoor/outdoor playground excursions, and countless other fun events constantly being organized around New Hampshire? Look no further than the Porc Family Connection—a unique, decentralized network that encourages the sharing of information, support, and fun through cooperation and mutual aid, including play dates, childcare exchange, clothing hand-me-downs, and more!
For those of us no longer dependent on and restricted by employment, this is the perfect place to enjoy our golden years, taking advantage of New Hampshire's "Live Free or Die" attitude and a multitude of fun activities in the area. Cultural enrichment opportunities are plentiful, from the Seacoast Repertory Theatre, the Music Hall, and the Prescott Park Arts Festival, to the University of New Hampshire Traditional Jazz Series, Tupelo Music Hall, and Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. You'll find many local live music and art events, a vibrant craft beer scene, free weekly wine-tastings, and an incredible assortment of fine restaurants in the area.
A ragtag bunch of rugged individualists who like to get together and occasionally move bits of paper, plastic, and/or wood around according to whatever rules happen to be in fashion at the moment. Watch out for bits of brain, puns, and other mental debris flying around.
The North Country offers peace, quiet and the beauty of nature, along with low-priced real estate and ‘reasonable’ taxes. Recently quite a few families have moved "north of the notches” and are thriving in its wholesome, low-crime communities. The North Country Porcupines meet monthly with 20+ people in attendance.