Around the world, people will be celebrating the birth of Frank Lloyd Wright, who would be turning 150 on June 8. Fans of the master architect can celebrate the anniversary by visiting the most famous building he designed in New England, the Zimmerman House.
It’s a marvelous month for a moon dance at June’s free Bach’s Lunch programs at the Concord Community Music School Recital Hall (23 Wall Street, Concord, NH).
Concord Community Music School’s Purple Finches Youth Chorus, featuring singers from kindergarten through 8th grade, performs its Spring Concert on Monday, June 5, 2017, at 7:00 p.m., at the South Congregational Church, 27 Pleasant Street in Concord, NH.
On Friday night, June 2, kite-building expert Glenn Davison will lead an interactive, hands-on workshop, where participants build miniature kites that fly just by walking. Glenn will also share his experience designing and flying kites of all kinds around the world. This workshop is perfect for everyone—from kids to kids-at-heart. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; the kite building workshop begins at 7 p.m., followed by the planetarium show Take Flight! at 8:15 p.m.
The New Hampshire Bureau of Trails announces the start of the season for Off Highway Recreational Vehicles (OHRV). Traditionally, May 23rd marks the end of mud season, and the opening of OHRV trails for public use. Beginning today, designated riding areas in the southern and central part of the state will be open, along with the trails at Jericho Mountain State Park and the Millsfield trail system. Most of the remaining trails in Coos County will open later this week.
June 1, 6 to 9 pm Join us for a night that celebrates the immersive, site-specific work, Soo Sunny Park: BioLath. Sunny and Assistant Curator Samantha Cataldo will share with guests the process of creating the intricate installation. You can also try your hand at art-making or join a tour that explores how artists have used light in various ways to “make you see.” If that weren’t enough, enjoy live music from Josh Logan, a cash bar and full menu in the Winter Garden Café. General admission applies. Members and kids 12 and younger are always free. That same night,...
The Memorial Day Weekend at Waterville Valley is the start of summer. There are fun activities for all ages from fishing to face painting and live music.
The White Mountains Attractions Association, founded in 1958, is the marketing association for the region, including its 17 major attractions including Alpine Adventures, Attitash Mountain Resort, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, Clark’s Trading Post, Conway Scenic Railroad, Cranmore Mountain Resort, the Flume Gorge, the Hobo Railroad, Loon Mountain, Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves, the Mount Washington Auto Road, the Mount Washington Cog Railway, Polar Caves Park, Santa’s Village, Story Land, Whale’s Tale Water Park and Wildcat Mountain.
Memorial Day Weekend kicks off summer at Granite State resorts
"From Victorian to Usonian to Culinary Delights: History/Architecture/Culinary Getaway” Special with the Ash Street Inn