New Hampshire’s lakes, notches, and mountain vistas are enjoyed from all types of perspectives. But, perhaps nothing can equal the view from a vintage rail car being pulled by a steam locomotive.
On Friday night, April 1, the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center opens at 6:30 p.m. for Super Stellar Friday, with special programs for teens, adults and families featuring University of New Hampshire Graduate Student Melissa Melendez-Oyola and her work studying the world’s oceans.
Covered Bridges – Gateways to the Past
Celebrate mom’s special day with brunch and a cruise around Lake Winnipesaukee during the M/S Mount Washington’s Mother’s Day Cruise on May 8. This is also the ship’s first cruise of the 2016 season.
ROCK‘N IT” IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
The Town of Waterville Valley’s Recreation Department is pleased to announce the annual Easter Egg Hunt!
SPRING BRINGS AMAZING BIRDING AND WILDLIFE VIEWING OPPORTUNITIES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE:
President Abraham Lincoln will return to Cornish, NH in June, where the original Standing Lincoln was created by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1885. The statue is considered to be the most important sculpture of Lincoln from the 19th century.
Nationally-recognized speakers and traditional craftsmanship featured in two days of educational opportunities
Whether you want to pull out that neon one-piece snowsuit from 1988, dust off your favorite Hawaiian shirt, or test your pond-skimming prowess, there’s a weekend event for you in New Hampshire this month.