In New Hampshire – September 2011

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Download In New Hampshire - September 2011 (pdf)12 Reasons to Eat an Apple a Day

Apples routinely top grocery lists, for a variety of tasty reasons. Beyond the plethora of varieties and apple products to be enjoyed, apples pack a nutritious punch, providing a daily dose of health benefits. The U.S. Apple Association offers the following Delicious Dozen – 12 proven ways apples and apple products positively impact health, from head to toe, and from the inside out:..

‘Artful Equine Exhibit’ slated for Sept. 9

Mill Brook Gallery & Sculpture Garden is pleased to present this outstanding exhibit of Artful Equines. The bond between horses and their humans, in art and in life, is deep and resonant. The horse’s part in history – from plowing the fields to aiding mankind in transportation and warfare, to modern day racing, showing and therapeutic work – is unique…

Annual Labor Day Weekend Craft Fair at the Bay

Indoor and Outdoor Arts and Craft Festival on Sept. 3rd at 10 a.m. along the shores of the big Lake Winnipesaukee Featuring 100 Booths of American made arts, crafts, food and live music…

NH Fish & Lobster Festival

Otherwise known as the Fishtival, this event debuted in 2009 and is a special collaboration between a variety of community organizations to support the local fishing industry. This fun-filled event, held on Sept. 24 at 12 noon, will feature seafood tasting, games, music and more…

They Might Be Giants come to The Capitol Center For The Arts

Notorious for their energized live show, Brooklyn’s They Might Be Giants (TMBG), one of alternative rock’s most enduring and innovative bands, will perform at Concord’s Capitol Center for the Arts on Saturday, September 10th, at 8pm. Tickets start at $26…

Top ten ways to Peep a Leaf

From the seat of a car, train, bike or chairlift, there’s more than one way to peep a leaf in Mt Washington Valley, NH. Hail to the “peep” this fall with a visit to Mt. Washington Valley, located in the heart of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Offering not only spectacular foliage but a wide variety of ways to enjoy the harvest hues of Mother Nature’s artistry, there’s plenty of great ways to enjoy Mt. Washington Valley’s fall foliage throughout this autumn. Here are some conventional and a few unconventional suggestions for viewing Mt. Washington Valley’s fall foliage…

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