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Andrew’s Adventure: Dover Community Trail

    Where I went: The Dover Community Trail; the main entrance is at 38 Fisher St. in Dover. What it is: Dover Community Trail is a winding trail through the woods that snakes its way along the Cocheco River. Along the 3.8 miles of the trail, hikers can find themselves making their way along […]

4 Shore Things: February 7-20

    Tea with T-Rex On Saturday, Feb. 9, families are invited to a special Tea Party with their loved ones at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire in Dover. Guests will enjoy all the typical Valentine’s Day things like decorating sugar cookies and indulging in sweet treats, with the added bonus of an appearance […]

4 Shore Things: January 10-23

Back to the On Monday, Jan. 14, the Stratham Historical Society and the Wiggin Memorial Library will present “The James Homestead of Hampton, NH” in the Community Room at The Stratham Fire Department, 4 Winnicutt Road, Stratham. The presenter, Skip Webb, will conduct two 30-minute programs while dressed in 1723 attire. The first program is […]

Andrew’s Adventure: Tokens Taproom

    Where I went: Tokens Taproom at 282 Central Avenue in Dover, tokenstaproom.com, 603-343-2879 What it is: Tokens Taproom is an arcade straight out of the 1980s, with two rooms filled to the brim with favorites such as Streetfighter, Centipede, Mortal Kombat, Time Crisis, Donkey Kong, pinball and many more classic hits from the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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