🌱 Roe V. Wade NH Impact + Rare 5 Planet Line Up + Summer Weekend

🌱 Roe V. Wade NH Impact + Rare 5 Planet Line Up + Summer Weekend


Hi all! I’m back in your inbox this morning with all the most important things happening locally. Let’s go!


First, today’s weather:

Sunny and warmer. High: 92 Low: 65.


Here are the top stories today in Manchester:

  1. Catch a glimpse of a rare five-planet solar alignment just before sunrise this month! In the rare solar phenomenon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn will align in planetary order, according to Sky & Telescope. Diana Hannikainen, observing editor of Sky & Telescope, said the best time see the aligned planets in the Northern Hemisphere is “in the 30 minutes before sunrise” when the sky is clear. Look at the “eastern to the southeastern horizon” with binoculars to catch a glimpse of the planets. This celestial event won’t happen again until 2040. (KTLA)
  2. It’s going to be a hot but beautiful summer weekend, with blue skies and plenty of sunshine. Saturday will be mostly sunny with a few afternoon clouds, with a high of 91. Winds will be light and variable, coming from the northwest at 5 mph. Saturday night will be comfortable with a low of 64. Then, on Sunday, the day will be mostly sunny, with a few afternoon clouds, with a high of 92! Winds will be from the south and southwest at 5 to 10 mph. Sunday night will be comfortable, with a low of 68. Enjoy the summer weekend! (Weather.com)
  3. What impact will The US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade have on New Hampshire? Officials said the change will “not have an immediate effect” in New Hampshire.
    As of January, abortions after week 24 are banned in New Hampshire in a bill signed by Gov. Chris Sununu. he later established “exceptions for fatal fetal diagnoses.” In a written statement Friday, Sununu said: “Regardless of this Supreme Court decision, access to these services will continue to remain safe, accessible, and legal in New Hampshire.” You can read more about this story here: (patch)
  4. On Saturday, June 25, the Manchester YMCA is having a block party called, “Rock the Block” in downtown Manchester. The YMCA “works to strengthen youth, adults, and families” to make Manchester a better community, the organization wrote in a recent Facebook post. “We couldn’t do it without you, so we’re having a party, and everyone is invited!” This free, family-friendly event will be on Mechanic Street, with “food, drinks, a bounce house, games, arts & crafts, face painting, and more. Learn more and RSVP here: (Manchester Ink Link)

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  • Huge Community Yard Sale & Crafts. (9 am)
  • The Breakfast Book Club—Goffstown Public Library. (10 a.m.)
  • Rock the Block—Greater Manchester Chamber. (noon)
  • 2022 CHaD NH East-West High School All-Star Football Game. (1 pm)

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Now you’re in the loop and ready to start this Saturday! See you tomorrow for another update.

Paula Constance

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