Month: December 2018

Andrew’s Adventure: Gyrotonic Seacoast

Where I went: Gyrotonic Seacoast (225 Atlantic Ave in North Hampton, 603-828-8155, gyrotonicseacoast.com) What is is: Gyrotonic Seacoast is the only Gyrotonic facility in New Hampshire, and it offers a unique three-dimensional routine that is similar to that of tai chi, yoga and plyometric practices and is run by Kathryn Londoff. The Gyrotonic method (with […]

4 Shore Things: December 6-19

A cappella holidays Sounds of the Seacoast women’s four part a cappella chorus will celebrate music of the season at their annual Holly Jolly Cabaret on Sunday, Dec. 9, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Jarvis Center, 40 Andrew Jarvis Drive, Portsmouth. The 45-member chorus will sing a number of holiday favorites and other […]

Andrew’s Adventure: Woodsman Museum

  Where I went: The Woodman Museum at 182 Central Avenue in Dover, woodmanmuseum.org, 603-742-1038 What it is: The Woodman Museum is an early-20th-century-style natural science, history and art museum located along the main road of Dover. The museum was founded in 1916 and consists of four buildings: the main Woodman House, the Hale House, […]

Horsing Around: Local Author Pens Children’s Book

Like many girls growing up, Diane Robbins Jones of Rye was struck with a strong passion to be a horse owner, so much so that she would scour the want ad section of local papers to find the cheapest horses available before giving a weekly pitch to her parents. A variety of reasons, however, ensured […]

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