Vacationers at Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire’s White Mountains get to enjoy golf, tennis, canoeing & kayaking, mountain biking, chairlift rides, swimming and more. It’s all included with Waterville Valley’s new Freedom Pass.
On Friday June 3, the Discovery Center will kick off the series with the vintage 1953 The War of the Worlds
The festival that attracts tens of thousands over the three days from all around New England, offers non-stop entertainment, family fun and outdoor shopping from the Capital city’s unique and diverse Main Street stores.
For those looking for the perfect combination of exercise and relaxation, the perfect trip awaits. Join yoga instructor Helen Rita as she hosts a one day yoga and hiking retreat in Waterville Valley Resort in the White Mountains on Saturday, July 9.
Military personnel, public servants and families are invited to celebrate Memorial Day aboard the M/S Mount Washington with special rates all weekend. Veterans, retired, active military personnel, public servants and their families can cruise for just $10 per person, during day cruises on May 28-30. Children 12 and under also cruise free on all Memorial Day weekend daytime cruises from all ports. Cruises depart from Weirs Beach, Alton Bay and Wolfeboro for 2.5-hour trips around Lake Winnipesaukee. Check the Memorial Day Weekend event page for more information. The Salute to Service - Rock, Roll & Remember Dinner Cruise, on Saturday...
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center’s newest planetarium show, The Little Star that Could, is featured every Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m.
“The good weather has finally arrived and we look forward to it carrying through the summer,” said Jayne O’Connor, president of White Mountains Attractions Association in North Woodstock. “It will be tough to beat last year’s record numbers at some of the attractions,” she said, “since we had near-perfect weather all summer. But with the early interest we have had so far this spring, it feels like we’ll have another outstanding season.”
The good eats don’t stop there. Within the nineteenth-century brick architecture, Downtown Concord hosts a smattering of different international restaurants and bakeries.
Memorial Day may be the unofficial kickoff to summer, but it marks the official opening of many attractions at New Hampshire’s mountain resorts, from aerial courses and biking to fishing and more.
For more than a century, the American city has had an undeniable allure for artists. Urban Landscapes: Manchester and the Modern American City, on view at the Currier Museum of Art from Saturday, June 11 through Sunday, August 29, 2016, explores many of the qualities of the urban environment that have proven irresistible. Taken primarily from the Currier’s collection, the exhibition includes works covering more than 100 years by artists such as Berenice Abbott, Gary Winogrand, Charles Sheeler, John Sloan and others. Also on view are more recent works by Richard Estes, Nicholas Nixon, Catherine Opie and Abelardo Morell. The...