In New Hampshire – June 2015

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Download  Country Inns presents Herb, Food and Beer Tour  What do basil, brews and bittersweet all have in common?  Guests visiting the Country Inns in the White Mountains on May 30-31, 2015 will have the opportunity to taste all of these and much more during the annual Herb, Food and Beer Tour in Mt Washington Valley, NH.  This celebration of local flavors, combines herb recipe tastings, tours, take-home seedlings and recipes at eight White Mountain inns along with cooking demonstrations, a plant-to-plate “herb-inspired” dinner and overnight stays at...  Discover Wild New Hampshire Day  You might be surrounded by mountains of snow, but spring is on the way, and so is Discover WILD New Hampshire Day. The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s biggest community event of the year is set for Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of the Fish and Game Department at 11 Hazen Drive in Concord, N.H. The event will be extra special this year, as Fish and Game celebrates its 150th anniversary. New attractions for 2015 include an entire tent devoted to hunting and...  Canterbury Shaker Village offering Grafting and Pruning Workshops Grafting fruit trees involves a sharp knife and the mindset of a surgeon—but don’t let that intimidate you! During “Hands-on Grafting,” Instructor Michael Phillips will guide participants in bench grafting, using the whip-and-tongue union to place a chosen variety on provided rootstock. Participants will have the opportunity to make their own graft and take two baby trees home. Time will be spent outside topworking an existing tree using the bark inlay graft. Understanding this technique allows you to...  Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce’s Restaurant Week April 9 Restaurateurs in Portsmouth and the New Hampshire Seacoast are dreaming about Spring and the latest edition of their popular Restaurant Week Portsmouth & the Seacoast. Sponsored by the Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce, this bi-annual celebration takes place Thursday, April 9 – Saturday April 18, 2015 and will feature restaurants located in Portsmouth and throughout the Seacoast; a restaurant scene that provides every kind of cuisine imaginable – much locally sourced - at establishments ranging from chef-owned to local breweries...  5k Trail Race and Kids Fun Run at the Seacoast Science Center  The Kennebunk Savings Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals at the Seacoast Science Center April 25, features a 5k chip-timed trail race and untimed walk through Odiorne Point State Park. Now in its seventh year, our popular Race follows the 5k cross-country trail route created by Jennifer Shultis, captain of Team Eastern Mountain Sports, 2006 US Adventure Racing National Champions. You'll run through the forest, by the rocky shore, across a sandy beach, and alongside historic military... (pdf)Wyman Tavern Museum opens for the Season

On Thursday, June 4th, the Historical Society of Cheshire County will open the Wyman Tavern for its 47th season. Throughout the summer, the Wyman Tavern will be open Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays for docent-led tours from 11 am to 4 pm. Admission is free for the opening weekend, and for the rest of the summer admission to the Wyman Tavern will be $3 (free for members of the Historical Society). Visitors to the period house museum at…

New Castle Village Walk & Garden Tour

Visit a variety of exquisite gardens in Pontine Theatre’s annual New Castle Village Walk and Garden Tour Sunday, June 14, from 1 to 4:30 pm. The self-guided walking tour takes guests on a leisurely stroll through the quaint seaside town and into twelve private gardens, some on the water’s edge. The tour also features a charming and historic waterside cafe, and lots of…

Christmas Inn June a very merry Family Fun Event

A recognized quintessential New England Village and a highly visited resort destination plays host to the 4th Christmas in June event June 1st through the 14th, 2015. Join the local businesses of Jackson, Bartlett, Glen & Intervale as they open their doors to share their northern hospitality and holiday fun with you in June. Experience our holiday fun in warmer weather. Instead of skating, skiing and snow-shoeing you can hike, bike, kayak or take a swim…

Tie Dye and Caterpillars at Cheshire Children’s Museum

Save the date for Caterpillar Days! Monday June 1st CCM will be pairing up with The Caterpillar Lab to allow children to witness the life cycle of a caterpillar up close! There will be educational games and activities to reinforce each stage of the caterpillar’s development. This program will be available from 12 – 4 in the hall outside the museum. Come each month to witness the full life cycle of a caterpillar…

NH Boat Museum open to public for 2015 Season

The New Hampshire Boat Museum in Wolfeboro will open for the 2015 season over Memorial Day weekend. The Museum will be open daily through Columbus Day weekend. Many new and exciting events are happening this season. The special exhibit, “A Pilgrimage to Simplicity: Lake Wentworth’s Traditions and History,” will explore the unique history of this Wolfeboro lake. The exhibit will include Native American artifacts, historic photos, summer camp and…

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