Now that ice is out on Lake Winnipesaukee, let the cruising season begin. With the successful completion of its annual inspection by the New Hampshire Departments of Safety, Marine and Fire Safety Divisions, the venerable M/S Mount Washington returned to its summer port of Weirs Beach Wednesday and is ready to kick off its 2015 cruising season. “We’re looking forward to getting back out on the big lake and for a successful cruising season.” says Captain Jim Morash, General Manager of Mount Washington Cruises.
Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend and welcome the start of the summer season at Waterville Valley Resort with delicious chowder, brews and fishing for the kids.
On Friday Night, May 1, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will focus on early lunar exploration with two special programs by Lionel Arlan, the electrical engineer whose pioneering work on the Ranger Missions’ cameras gave America its first close-up views of the lunar surface.
Buzz is already mounting for the 2016 election and New Hampshire is currently crawling with politicians and members of the national media. Visit Concord to see New Hampshire politics first hand and have access to all the charming amenities of the Capital City, known for its off-the-beaten-path food scene and budding arts scene
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WEIRS BEACH, NH – Treat mom to brunch on the lake and help kickoff the M/S Mount Washington’s 2015 season during the Mother’s Day Cruise on May 10. During this annual event, enjoy a two and a half hour scenic cruise around Lake Winnipesaukee complete with a champagne brunch and entertainment for all ages. Cruise at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m. Tickets are $44 for adults, $22 for children 5-12 and children four and under are free. A sample brunch menu and tickets are available online at http://cruisenh.com/mothersday.php. The official 2015 daily cruising season for the M/S Mount Washington, and...
At the stroke of noon on Thursday, May 7, it’s Lid’s Off! time for the 1965 time capsule’s rustic wooden outer box. The Concord Historical Society invites all to be part of the action in the lobby at Merrimack County Savings Bank
Back in 2004, Ice-out took place the morning of April 20th. The Mount Washington’s first public cruise is the annual Mother’s Day Brunch on May 10th, and the cruise season runs until October. Each year the 230-foot boat offers daily scenic cruises as well as evening dinner and dance cruises from the ship’s summer homeport of Weirs Beach
The Mount Washington Cog Railway, the World’s first mountain-climbing cog railway, will be opening for its 146th season bringing visitors from all over the world to the summit of the Northeast's highest peak on Saturday, April 25.
Concord's McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will be open seven days a week for spring vacation, from Saturday, April 18 through Sunday, May 3 from 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., with special programs to welcome spring.