Naval Academy graduate Sunita Williams will return to New England on May 7 for the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center’s annual aerospace festival, AerospaceFest
For a resort of its size, Waterville Valley Resort packs a lot of variety – and flavor – into its restaurant offerings. From casual eateries to more formal sit down restaurants, there are many choices when it comes to where to go when you’re hungry.
Join Five Rivers Conservation Trust and the Friends of Stone Farm for a tour of the Stone Farm in Dunbarton on May 1. These groups are working to conserve this historic farm, continuously owned by the Stone family since the 1780’s. Attendance at the Tour of Stone Farm is limited and registration is required at www.5rct.org. A $5 donation is suggested for the tour.
The Mount Washington Cog Railway, the World’s first mountain-climbing cog railway, will be opening for its 147th season bringing visitors from all over the world to the summit of the Northeast's highest peak on Saturday, April 30.
– Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend and welcome the summer season at Waterville Valley Resort with delicious chowder, brews and fishing for the kids.
Public Servants Thanked for Service with Daytime & Dinner Cruise Offers
All systems are go for a stellar Aerospacefest at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center on Saturday, May 7, from 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. With special guests and fun science and engineering activities for children and families, the Discovery Center’s annual aerospace festival will include a premiere of the planetarium show, The Little Star that Could
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From the Seacoast to the peaks of Mount Washington (the highest peak in the Northeast), the opportunity for sport and play in New Hampshire is unlimited. Add the natural beauty of the landscape, combined with sightings of the local wildlife population, and the experience is unrivaled.
From the resort-owned to semiprivate and public courses, there are more than 80 courses around the state to choose from.