In New Hampshire – March 2011

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Currier & Ives Maple Sugar Weekend and Progressive Dinner

Rosewood Country Inn, The Candlelite Inn, and Henniker House offer Two Night Getaway where Maple is The Key Ingredient. As spring approaches in New Hampshire, the days get longer, temperatures rise and buckets and tubing appear on the roadsides to herald the start of maple sugar season. To celebrate this annual event, three country inns in the Sunapee region have joined together to offer a Currier & Ives Maple Sugar Weekend and Progressive Dinner, March 18-20.

Romantic hot spots in Mount Washington Valley

Been looking for love in all the wrong places? If you’re not in Mt. Washington Valley, NH, you’re not in the right spot for love. Check out these HOT SPOTS for romance in the shadow of the Northeast’s tallest peak.

2nd Annual Murder Mystery Weekend set

“A Taste for Murder”, the Lincoln Woodstock Chamber of Commerce’s 2nd Annual Murder Mystery Weekend, will take place April 16 & 17, 2011. The event leads sleuths throughout the towns of Lincoln and Woodstock, finding clues, interviewing suspects, and trying to solve the mystery.

Green Traditions concert at Capitol Center

Green Traditions Concert and Celebration featuring renowned Irish piper Paddy Keenan,Réagánta, and other local Irish musicians and dancers, March 5, 2011, 8pm at the Capitol Center for the Arts. Local Green Fair Highlighting Regional Green Initiatives and Vendors Starts at 6:30pm.

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