Category: Beach Blog

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Spring Clean-up

The next meeting of the Hampton Garden Club will be Wednesday, May 8, for the Spring Clean-Up at the Lane Library & Monument in Hampton at 6 p.m. The meeting will take place at the First Congregational Church across the street. Then, the Garden Club’s annual Plant & Bake Sale will be Saturday, May 11, […]

Carry-out Comics

Whether you’re a seasoned comic book reader hungry for new material or a comic book newbie with no idea where to start, Free Comic Book Day is the perfect time to take a chance on some new comics without spending a dime. The annual worldwide event, set for Saturday, May 4, encourages comic book shops […]

Book Talk

    Join the Hampton Historical Society History Book Group on Sunday, April 7, at 4 p.m., to discuss Indianapolis: The True Story of the Worst Sea Disaster in U.S. Naval History by Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic. The discussion will be held at the Tuck Museum of Hampton History, 40 Park Avenue, Hampton. All […]

Last Call: Winter Farmers Markets Winding Down

Cars parked up and down the winding road, crowds of smiling people walking through bustling aisles and live acoustic music pulsing from nearby speakers: that was the scene at the most recent winter farmers market at Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford. A couple times a month at the large greenhouse complex, upward of 50 local vendors […]

Gourd Painting Class

Gourd painting classes are being offered by Hampton Arts Network artist Leah Reed. Make an Easter bunny candy dish March 13 at the Tuck Building from 1 to 4 p.m. The fee is $35. Make gourd Easter eggs March 13 at Atlantic Heights from 10 a.m. to noon or March 27 at Merrill’s Market from […]

Research Your Old House

The Hampton Falls Free Library presents Researching Your Old House on Thursday, March 7, at 6:30 p.m. Join N.H. Preservation Alliance’s Andrew Cushing as he explores tools, tricks, and tips for researching your old house. Using a combination of sources anyone can start to assemble a fuller picture of their house’s history. The program is […]

4 Shore Things: February 21- March 6

    Play some mini golf The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire in Dover is going to transform its two floors of exhibits into an 18-hole mini golf course on Sunday, Feb. 24, from noon to 5 p.m. The event is recommended for ages 2 and older, but all are welcome. Tickets are $5 per […]

Andrew’s Adventure

    Where I went: I drove 18 miles up the coast along Route 1A from Blue Ocean Music Hall (4 Ocean Front North) in Salisbury, to Odiorne Point State Park (570 Ocean Boulevard, Rye) in Rye. What it is: Route 1A is the beachside road connecting the 18 miles of shoreline along the New […]

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 […]

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 […]

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