Month: September 2018

This Week at Hampton: Yoga by the River Returns

Start the day with yoga and a view at Yoga by the River on Saturday, Sept. 29, at 9 a.m. at Lowell’s Boat Shop in Amesbury. Bring water, a mat and your family to an hour-long, walk-ins-welcome yoga session hosted by Emily Chandra, who has four years of full-time yoga instruction and a lifetime of […]

4 Shore Things: September 27-October 3

Dine in Dover The Children’s Museum of NH is hosting a new event called Dover Dine Around, on Saturday, Sept. 29, at 6 p.m. Six local restaurants will host an intimate gathering of diners: Blue Latitudes, Christopher’s Third Street Grille, Ember wood fired grill, Patty B’s Ristorante Italiano, Sonny’s Tavern and Stages at One Washington. […]

Fun for Free: Children’s Museum celebrates 35th anniversary

  Thirty-five years ago one of the first children’s museums in the country opened its doors in Portsmouth. In 2008 the museum was relocated to Dover to a facility that more than quadrupled the size of the original. The museum, formerly known as the Children’s Museum of Portsmouth, was renamed the Children’s Museum of New […]

4 Shore Things: Sept. 20th-26th

    Fall art fest The annual TEAM Fall Equinox Festival will take place along Swasey Parkway in downtown Exeter on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will feature live music and dance performances, artist vendors, local food, activities for kids, cultural exhibits, hooping and yoga. Admission is a $10 suggested […]

More than a Beach Town: Hampton Shows off its artistic side

    Towns that are most alive have an active artist community — at least that’s what Linda Gebhart, president of the Hampton Arts Network, believes. One way that Hampton emphasizes its vibrant art community is through the annual Hampton Arts Network’s Art Walk. The days between Friday, Sept. 14, and Saturday, Sept. 22, mark […]

This Week at Hampton: BioBlitz

How many creatures call the New Hampshire Seacoast home? Find out for yourself by becoming an honorary naturalist Saturday, Sept. 15, at Odiorne Point State Park for the annual Seacoast Science Center BioBlitz. BioBlitz is a park-wide scavenger hunt led by various scientists and naturalists from around the Seacoast region. These experts help to share […]

4 Shore Things: Sept. 13-19

  Scenic bike ride With options ranging from 100 to 25 miles, there is a ride for people of all abilities at the 45th Annual Seacoast Century Ride and an opportunity to bike along the scenic Seacoast of New Hampshire. The ride begins at 7 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, and concludes Sunday, Sept. 23. Pedal […]

This Week at Hampton: Indonesian Festival 2018

    Experience a taste of “the emerald of the equator” at the largest Indonesian Festival in northern New England. The sixth annual celebration will take over Somersworth Middle School Saturday Sept. 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., in a region that hosts the largest Indonesian population in northern New England. The theme for […]

Still Camping Season: Seacoast campgrounds welcome fall visitors

With Labor Day having come and gone and kids returning for another year of school, campers typically start stowing their camping gear for the winter — but Amanda Allen, co-manager of operations at Hampton Falls’ Wakeda Campground in Hampton Falls, says it’s a mistake she wishes people wouldn’t make. According to Allen, the late summer […]

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