New Hampshire Municipal Association
75th Annual Conference

75 Years of Service
to Your Hometown

November 16-17

2016

Radisson Hotel

Manchester, NH

The New Hampshire Municipal Association (NHMA) is pleased to announce its 74th Annual Conference, with the theme Navigating the Waters of Municipal Government. This is New Hampshire's premier conference for municipal officials, featuring over 40 educational sessions on timely and relevant topics, as well as ample opportunities to meet and greet with exhibitors ready to offer you the latest products and services. The 2014 event drew more than 500 New Hampshire local government officials and over 100 exhibitors and sponsors!

Note: Online registration is now closed. NHMA Members and Affiliate Group Members are still welcome to attend as a walk-in. Please bring payment with you to the registration desk at the conference.

New This Year: Conference Information at Your Fingertips!
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- Keynote Speaker -

Captain Phillips Photo

Captain Richard Phillips

  • Hero of the High Seas
  • Former Captain of the Maersk Alabama
  • Author of A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALs, and Dangerous Days at Sea

The 74th NHMA Annual Conference will begin with opening remarks by Captain Richard Phillips. Captain Phillips was captain of the Maersk Alabama, hijacked by Somali pirates in 2009, and is the author of A Captain’s Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALS, and Dangerous Days at Sea. This dramatic story was also transformed into an Academy-Award and Golden-Globe nominated film, Captain Phillips, which hit the big screen in fall of 2013.