Month: July 2019

Social Paddling: Paddleboard club preps for weekend fundraiser

Chris Carragher was a surfer his entire life, until he went on his first stand-up paddleboard ride with his niece in 2013. He saw the Isles of Shoals in the distance and he set a goal to paddle to the islands and back by the end of summer. “My wife and I [had recently] gotten […]


Lane Memorial Library in Hampton hosts its annual Touch-a-Truck Event featuring Dana’s Towing, Hampton Fire & Rescue, Hampton Police, Hampton Department of Public Works, Hampton Parks & Recreation and more. Explore police cars, fire trucks, construction vehicles and many others on Friday, Aug. 2, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Centre School parking lot […]

Seaside Sips

Over 20 local brewers will be at the Tall Sips Brewfest at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye to offer tastings on Friday, July 26, from 5 to 9 p.m. There will be food trucks and kids’ games as well. Tickets are $35 and are available at

Juggling Act

Bryson Lang, a juggler and comedian, comes to Hampton on Friday, July 19, at 10 a.m. at the Centre School Gym. Lang’s show combines technical juggling skills with original comedy, plus audience participation. Visit to learn more

Thirst of its kind: UNH grads introduce new spiked still water

A new spiked still water — think of an alcoholic seltzer, but without the bubbles — is now available in more than 300 independently owned stores across New Hampshire and Massachusetts. NOCA, which stands for “no carbonation,” comes in three flavors – dragon fruit mango, watermelon lime and triple berry. It contains 4.5 ABV, 95 […]

Southern Sounds: Hampton Beach hosts a week of live country music

While 10-gallon hats and cowboy boots aren’t something you see every day in New Hampshire, the Hampton Beach Village District brings the spirit of the south to the Seacoast every summer with Country on the Coast week, this year happening Sunday, July 7, through Thursday, July 11. That week a miscellany of country music acts […]

Fired Up: Smokey Bear celebrates 75th birthday in Hampton Falls

In 1944 a mascot was created by the USDA Forest Service and Ad Council with one goal in mind: to educate the public on the dangers of forest fires and ways to be cautious and cognizant of the risks of participating in any fire-related activities. His name was Smokey Bear, and 75 years later he […]

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