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June 2011

“Stay and Play” Packages Offer Visitors Great Deals at Cranmore Mountain

North Conway, NH- Bring the whole family to stay and enjoy the fun activities offered at Cranmore Mountain this summer. Located just two hours away from Boston, Cranmore Mountain gives visitors the opportunity to escape from reality without traveling a... Read more →

Massive Oyster Reef Construction in the Lamprey River, Great Bay Largest Project of its Size in Region

NEWMARKET, N.H. — The Nature Conservancy’s New Hampshire Chapter (TNC), together with the University of New Hampshire (UNH) and other partners are stepping up efforts to restore a key waterway in a very big way. From June 21st through June... Read more →

Easy Rider Tours Offers Big Savings on Fall Bike Vacations for Savvy Cyclists: Organize a Group of Four and Save 40% on Your Own Trip

Summary: Easy Rider Tours is offering the savvy cyclist the chance to save big on fall bike vacations in Europe and North America: Put together a group of four on any cycling tour departing in September or October 2011, and... Read more →

The Currier Museum of Art Presents Shifting Terrain: Landscape Video July 2 – Sept. 18

Come Meet the Artists on Thursday July 7! Manchester, NH – Opening July 2, Shifting Terrain: Landscape Video transforms the museum’s galleries, as the Currier presents its first exhibition to exclusively feature moving image artworks. Digital projections and video-based sculptures... Read more →

Cranmore Mountain Partners Up to Give Visitors Great Deals

North Conway, NH- Cranmore Mountain is teaming up with local businesses to give visitors great discounts on the Mountain’s various activities, including the new Mountain Adventure Park. Visitors can receive special $3 off coupons to Cranmore Mountain at participating Subway... Read more →


LACONIA – The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance will present “Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn” at the Prescott Farm Education Center, in Laconia, on Thursday, July 7 at 7 p.m. thanks to a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities... Read more →