Designed to fly three Apollo astronauts to the moon and back, the Saturn V made its first unmanned test flight in 1967. The Saturn V Rocket is one of the largest rockets ever built, and a marvel of engineering. Hard-won lessons in how rockets work (and how they fail) were applied to build a vehicle which could push 45 tons of men and equipment all the way to the Moon!
Starting on Thursday, June 27th, starting at 5:00 PM, the talented duo Audrey Budington and Anders Larson take the Summer on the Sidewalk spotlight, with an unforgettable musical mashup that will expand your definition of “folk."
The 6th Annual Artisan Fair will be held in Waterville Valley’s Town Square on Saturday, July 13, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The contest takes place during the Independence Day Family Carnival on July 6th
The Courtyard Marriott and NH Music Collective have partnered up to create Music on The Patio, a 7-week summer outdoor music series free and open to everyone.
Clark’s Bears in Lincoln, NH is teaming up with the Linwood Ambulance Service for the 2nd Annual Running of the Bears 5K on Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8am. Pre-registration includes a complimentary ticket to Clark’s Bears (that can be used any time this year or next) and a 2019 Running of the Bears 5K T-shirt.
The Barnstormers Theatre of Tamworth, New Hampshire’s oldest summer theatre, kicks off its 2019 season on June 27thwith a performance of “Damn Yankees” sponsored by the Mount Washington Cog Railway, the oldest mountain-climbing railway in the world. To celebrate the railway’s 150th anniversary and the opening of the show, the theatre and the railway have partnered with the Tamworth History Center, Tamworth Distilling and Art in the Age Café for evening of art, history and local offerings.Surrounded by farm fields and bordered by a meandering river, with plenty to see and do along Main Street, Tamworth Village is an experience not to be mi
Summer began on Friday, June 14 at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center: The Discovery Center will be open every day from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. through September 1. As the Discovery Center gears up to celebrate the 50thanniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, it will continuously unveil new components of its special exhibition, To the Moon, throughout the summer, culminating in a grand opening on Saturday, July 20. Daily summer planetarium shows include the Discovery Center’s newest feature on Apollo 11, CapCom Go!, as well as The Little Star that Could, Impact Earth, Tonight’s Sky andTake Flight!
Celebrate this 4thof July at one of New Hampshire’s many attractions including Waterville Valley Resort, the M/S Mount Washington, the Mount Washington Cog Rail and more.
Celebrate Independence Day and enjoy a fireworks display over the lake during the M/S Mount Washington July 4thFireworks Party Cruise. Every year, Lake Winnipesaukee community members create their own fireworks displays and M/S Mount Washington guests have the best vantage point to enjoy the fireworks show.