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Four Shore Things: June 7-13, 2018

    Classical performance The Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra performs its Summer Concert on Sunday, June 10, at 3 p.m. at The Music Hall (28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth). The concert will feature artist-in-residence Randy Armstrong presenting his final work, a fun and unique collaboration with the orchestra; Concerto and Aria competition winners performing their pieces; Griffin […]

This Week at Hampton: 6/7-6/13

Fireworks Watch fireworks over the Atlantic Ocean every Wednesday at Hampton Beach, at the top of B and C streets. Fireworks start at 9:30 p.m. and have a rain date on Friday if they are canceled due to weather. Concerts Nightly concerts at the Sea Shell Stage on Ocean Boulevard in Hampton have begun. Shows […]

4 Shore Things: May 31- June 6

Salt Marsh Birds The Hampton Falls Free Library in Hampton Falls invites you to learn about birds of the salt marsh on Tuesday, June 12, at 6:30 p.m. Hampton Falls resident, birder and photographer Steve Carlson will be sharing his photos of the birds that inhabit or travel through the New Hampshire salt marsh. The […]

This Week at Hampton

Fireworks Watch fireworks over the Atlantic Ocean every Wednesday at Hampton Beach, at the top of B and C streets, beginning May 27. Fireworks start at 9:30 p.m. and have a rain date on Friday if they are canceled due to weather. Special displays will take place for Memorial Day, the Fourth of July and […]

Seacoast Eats at Beach Plum

Serving up its award-winning lobster rolls year-round, the Beach Plum (with locations in North Hampton, Epping and Portsmouth) is the perfect stop when you’re in the mood for seafood. With both indoor and outdoor dining options and an expanded menu that includes burgers, salads and wraps plus a wide variety of ice cream, there’s something […]

4 Shore Things: May 24-30

Wine and Tapas On Thursday, May 31, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., Brad Chase from Highland Wine Merchants will be at Baron Forrester in Hampton for a special tapas night featuring wine, a tapas spread and flan. Wines will include selections brand new to the state, including a Provence Rosé, a red Bordeaux and several […]

4 Shore Things: May 17-23, 2018

  Harbor Light Tour The Newburyport Harbor Light and Plum Island Point will have its first open house of the season Sunday, May 20, from 1 to 4 p.m. (weather permitting). A climb to the top of this historic light offers views of both land and sea, from the Isles of Shoals and Mt. Agamenticus […]

4 Shore Things: May 10-16

    Free “how to” art lectures Amesbury artist Bob Richardson, whose oil paintings are on display this month at the Lane Memorial Library in Hampton, will be offering tutorial lectures free of charge on two Saturday afternoons in May. The first, titled “How To: From Sketch to Oil Painting” on Saturday, May 12, at […]

4 Shore Things: Feb. 22th- March 7th

IGNITE: We Are All Human Head to the Exeter Town Hall (10 Front St.) on Friday, March 2, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. for a night of dance, music and education to celebrate multiculturalism in New Hampshire, featuring Deo Mwano, founder of Movement From Above, and special guests. Deo Mwano is a choreographer and dancer. […]

4 Shore Things: Jan. 25th-Feb. 7th

 Adventure in Iceland? The Seacoast Science Center will host a no-obligation presentation on its upcoming Icelandic Eco-Adventure on Tuesday, Jan. 30, at 6 p.m. The trip, which will highlight the island’s most amazingly beautiful and dramatic contrasts, will be held Sept. 18 to Sept. 27. Located along the Mid-Atlantic ridge at the juncture of the […]

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