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Fall and Foliage Festivals In NH

Here's a list of New Hampshire fall, foliage and pumpkin festivals happening in 2017.

The 10 Best Free Events Happening in August

Art shows, summer festivals, and a talk on the Archie comics from the daughter of their creator: here are 10 ideas for having zero-cost fun this August.

Our Favorite Ways to Stay "Cool"

Have fun and be cool — literally and figuratively — in New Hampshire this summer.

Where to Party Hard this August

Five local festivals and fiestas to satisfy your cultural cravings

A Lynchian Lens on NH

This August, Peterborough's MacDowell Colony honors the "Twin Peaks" director

Art and Science Collide at Appledore Island

Visit the famous island to channel its artistic past and its scientific present.

Five August Art Festivals

Lovers of all kinds of art are in luck this month.

White-Knuckle Thrills

Where to find whitewater in the Granite State

9 Not-To-Miss Museums to Visit This Summer

This summer, we think you should learn a thing or two

The 10 Best Free Events Happening in July

Art shows, summer festivals, and an antiques show dedicated to the quirky, creative and functional medium of signs: here are 10 ideas for having zero-cost fun this July.

Secret Swimming Spots

So maybe "secret" is a stretch, but if you're looking to escape the summer crowds, then here are our suggestions for beaches other than Hampton, swimming holes and serene lake spots.

The Best Events of the Week: June 26-30

A wine festival, a teen football all-star match, and Fourth of July fireworks festivities are among the best events of this week.

The Best Events of the Week: June 19-25

A historical lecture, a community art show and this year's NH PoutineFest are among the best events of this week.

Three Beer Festivals to Attend This July

Sip some of the best beers from near and far at these New Hampshire brewfests.

Keene's Caterpillar Lab Offers A Look At Miniature Marvels

There’s something out there. In the woods, in your backyard, maybe horned, maybe furry, maybe venomous, but growing, creeping, gnawing, sometimes defoliating entire trees, hiding in plain sight, shape-shifting and then flying away. And in the Monadnock Region, there’s a lab devoted to studying them and capturing their strange beauty.
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