HOLDERNESS — Squam Lakes Natural Science Center’s live animal exhibit trail is now open to the public every day. The Science Center is committed to bringing more people Nearer to Nature through its various discounted admission programs. All discount admissions must be reserved in advance by …

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CHICHESTER — The NH Antiques Dealers Association will host their own online show. That’s right, the 63rd annual New Hampshire Antiques Show will be held August 6-8, virtually. More than forty-five exhibitors will be participating.

KINGSTON — Sign up today for the Kingston Community Library Summer Reading Program Special Event, let’s get loud with Mystic Drumz!

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HAMPSTEAD — “People need this after all these months of pandemic and now the upsetting events in the news”, Clay Shaw said of his determination to bring the music back to his Hampstead friends and neighbors.

HAVERHILL, MA —Come experience the pleasure of taking a leisurely walk through the meadows and forests at the beautiful Tattersall Farm property 542 North Broadway on Sat., July 11, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Participants will learn some basic wildflower identification characteristics, as well as …

BRENTWOOD — The First Baptist Church of Brentwood will again host its Concerts on the Lawn Summer Series, beginning on Saturday evening, July 4, at 6:30 p.m.

BRENTWOOD — Sat., July 18 will mark First Baptist Church’s 3rd annual Chicken BBQ, to be held at the church, 201 North Road.

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LONDONDERRY —When the founders signed the U.S. Declaration of Independence, they looked forward to a new era of freedom. But they were also looking to the past: specifically, to ancient Greece and Rome, from which they drew inspiration for the new nation.

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LONDONDERRY — It's on! Get your gleaming roadster, awesome muscle car, or partially restored jalopy over to the Aviation Museum of N.H., where once a year the spotlight shines on vehicles that don't leave the ground—usually!

DOVER — The New Hampshire Maker & Food Fest, organized and hosted ever year by the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, is going virtual for 2020. The Fest, which has a new date on Sat., August 29, is a yearly gathering of creative and curious people attracting around 1,600 people to down…

MANCHESTER — Palace Youth Theatre (PYT) is beyond thrilled to announce their first Virtual Night of 1000 Stars on Fri., June 26th at 7:00 p.m. This event is an annual tradition for our students where we celebrate the success of the 2019-2020 Palace Youth Theatre season. Selections from every…

HAMPSTEAD — “People need this after all these months of pandemic and now the upsetting events in the news”, Clay Shaw said of his determination to bring the music back to his Hampstead friends and neighbors.

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HAMPSTEAD —The Hampstead Travelers are planning a trip to White Mountain Hotel and Resort in North Conway. The trip is for three days from November 30 to December 2. The trip is open to anyone, and you can reach Carol Jesso at 603-489-1664 for more information.

HOLDERNESS — Squam Lakes Natural Science Center is pleased to welcome the public back to visit its live animal exhibit trail. New hours for 2020 are 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. with the last trail admission at 3:00 p.m.

MANCHESTER — The 2020 Best of NH Party is coming to a living room near you. Featuring local celebrities and entertainers, local bands and the best chefs and bartenders in New Hampshire, New Hampshire Magazine will host the “Best of NH Party at YOUR House” on Thurs., June 18, from 7:00-8:00 p…

NEWBURYPORT, MA — It is with heavy hearts that we feel we must cancel the 2020 Maudslay Arts Center Summer Concert Series. For many of us, it’s just not summer without music at Maudslay Arts Center with family and friends.

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BRENTWOOD — Pilgrim United Church of Christ will hold a Plant Sale on Sat., June 6 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (or until they run out of plants!) at 197 Middle Road in Brentwood. There will be a large assorted veggies and flowers for sale.

MANCHESTER — The New Hampshire Astronomical Society (NHAS) invites you to join a casual, online tour of some of the best celestial objects in the June New Hampshire night skies. They will take participants through a variety of planets, planetary moons, constellations, star clusters, and gala…

SANDOWN — The Sandown Garden Club is working diligently to host its annual Plant Sale. The Main Street location will not be possible this year in order for everyone to maintain safe social distancing guidelines.

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EXETER — Local farms have safe, locally produced food! The road ahead is tough for local farms and food producers and our support is needed now more than ever. For a list of farms selling and delivering food, visit http://seacoastharvest.org/safe. Follow Seacoast Eat Local and Seacoast Harve…

DOVER — The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire’s Car or Cash Raffle Fundraiser has been extended through August. There will still only be 725 tickets sold, but the winner will now be chosen on Sat., August 29. “Because of the pandemic, we are behind in the number of tickets we’ve been able t…

Emma Pitman, 4, and mom Angela, took in all the sights and sounds at the gala family Chili-Cook-off and festivities, hosted by the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) at East Kingston Elementary School. Games, raffles, music, and more, highlighted the annual event. Above, artist Paeton Dabrieo…

Although sitting opposite one another these days is not allowed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these two friends are happy to meat and get their goodies to go at Heavn'ly Donuts in Brentwood. Above are Stephanie DeRoche, left, of Raymond, and Laura Flate, right, of Kingston. 

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KINGSTON — The Town of Kingston has been challenged by the Town of Durham to participate in a contest! As part of Kingston’s Pollinator Friendly Program, the Conservation Commission and Pollinator Pathways NH are sponsoring the 1st annual Contest to encourage town residents to both recognize…

HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead Lions are once again selling tickets for a fully catered BBQ for up to twenty people.

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KINGSTON — The Town of Kingston has been challenged by the Town of Durham to participate in a contest! As part of Kingston’s Pollinator Friendly Program, the Conservation Commission and Pollinator Pathways NH are sponsoring the 1st annual Contest to encourage town residents to both recognize…

PLAISTOW — The Plaistow Exchange Club invites you to join Courtney Eaton, RDN, LDN, at the Plaistow Public Library on Tues., April 28 at 6:00 p.m. for a discussion about the confusing world of carbohydrates. Leave feeling confident in your knowledge of how and when to consume carbs.

DURHAM — You have just begun rehearsing a play. Months of pre-production work has been expended. A group of eager students, cast last November, have been waiting all semester to get started. For many, this is their senior year and will be the final production of their academic career. And th…

The Raymond Coalition for Youth’s 15th annual Fun Night was held at the Iber Holmes Gove Middle School in Raymond. Students and their families were treated to a successful night to remember. The Raymond Coalition for Youth empowers the community to promote positive youth development and redu…

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PORTSMOUTH —New Hampshire Theatre Project launches seven new online programs beginning April 6.  There will be classes, seminars and courses for all ages and abilities available seven days a week with NHTP Resident and Company Artists. All programming is available for registration through NH…

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HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead Lions are once again selling tickets for a fully catered BBQ for up to twenty people.

A fundraiser in honor of 17q12 Foundation was held in Epping at the Community Oven in Brickyard Plaza, with a percentage of sales going to 17q12, chromosome disorders that cause a wide array of physical, mental health, behavioral health and learning disabilities. Pictured, from left, Libby S…

Ali Lynch, outreach coordinator at New Hampshire SPCA, holds a little rabbit named Reeces with hopes that the wee rabbit will be adopted by a loving family in time for Easter. Happening soon at NHSPCA will be The Campaign for Change, building a brighter future for people and animals – watch …

ATKINSON – Atkinson Congregational Church is delaying its monthly Connections dinner parties until federal guidelines note that severe risk of exposure to the coronavirus has passed. Notification of when Connections will resume will be announced at the appropriate time.

PORTSMOUTH — The Music Hall is pleased to present “Life of Brian” on Wed., March 25, 7:00 p.m. at 28 Chestnut Street in Portsmouth.

CONCORD — On Sat., April 4, UNH’s Kappa Delta Sorority will host its 9th annual dinner and auction at Ashworth by the Sea in Hampton. Proceeds from the event support the NH Children’s Trust and Prevent Child Abuse America in our efforts to prevent child abuse and neglect across the Granite State.

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HAMPSTEAD — The Hampstead Lions Club is happy to announce that it will again sponsor their annual all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast with the Easter Bunny and Leonard the Lion. This event will be held on Sat., April 11 from 7:30 -11:00 a.m. at the Central School on Emerson Avenue in Hampstead.

EAST KINGSTON — Wingold Grange #308 will reschedule their first Ham & Bean Supper of the season, originally scheduled for Sat., April 4.

KENSINGTON — All are invited to enjoy a traditional, New England Ham and Bean, Mac ‘n Cheese Supper on Sat., March 21 from 5:00-6:30 p.m. at the Kensington Congregational Church, located at 108 Amesbury Road (Route 150) in the center of Kensington.

EPPING —The Epping Community Church will host a Corned Beef Boiled dinner on Sat., March 21, serving from 5:00- 6:30 p.m. The meal will consist of Corned beef, cabbage, carrots, and turnips, with delicious homemade Irish Soda bread. Dessert will be homemade brownies and ice cream, and of cou…

NEWTON — Country Pond Fish & Game Club will hold their annual Spaghetti Dinner on Tues., March 31 at 5:00 p.m. at the Club, located at 82 Pond Street, Newton.

MANCHESTER — When Irish eyes are smiling … it’s usually because they’re having fun for free. The annual St. Patrick’s Parade will be held on Sun., March 29 on Elm Street in Manchester. This longstanding Queen City tradition celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with bagpipe bands, parading fire and p…

HAMPTON — Hampton United Methodist Church, 525 Lafayette Road (Rt. 1) cordially invites the Seacoast Community to a Turkey Dinner “with all the fixings”, on Sat., March 28, from 4:30-6:30 p.m.

DURHAM — Known as 'sea vegetables' or 'ocean herbs,' seaweeds (marine macro-algae) are undoubtedly the ocean's most versatile and sustainable resource. Seaweeds are used the world over for food, extracts, personal care products, health products, artistic creations, textiles, and soon, possib…

PORTSMOUTH —The Wild & Scenic Film Festival, considered one of the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festivals, returns to The Music Hall for the 11th year on Fri., April 17, 7:00 p.m. at 28 Chestnut Street in Portsmouth.

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KINGSTON — A Contra Dance is offered on the fourth Saturday of each month from 8:00-11:00 p.m. (except July and November) at Kingston Town Hall, 163 Main Street. Music and calling will be done by George Marshall and Swallowtail. All experience levels are welcome. The next dance will be on Sa…

MANCHESTER — Don’t miss “The Linda Ronstadt Experience” on Fri., March 27, 7:30 p.m. at the Rex Theatre, 23 Amherst Street in Manchester.

Hampstead Congregational Church staff and volunteers found a way to break out of the winter doldrums. You guessed it, a non-alcoholic “sangria” and a pasta dinner, followed by a warm chocolate dessert. Chairing the event is Kart Allard, pictured.

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