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How to Watch the Fall Raptor Migration September 2014

How to Watch the Fall Raptor Migration

Come September, the raptors — birds of prey like hawks, eagles and falcons — start to migrate. Thanks to NH Audubon, you can have the amazing experience of seeing them up close.

Brave Hurt: How NOT to Win the New Hampshire Highland Games September 2014

Brave Hurt: How NOT to Win the New Hampshire Highland Games

Ever wanted to try your hand at tossing a caber or hurling a haggis? Our man on the scene Kevin (Mac)Flynn shows how not to do it.

Winning a Blue Ribbon at the Deerfield Fair September 2014

Winning a Blue Ribbon at the Deerfield Fair

We asked Mike Morin to win a blue ribbon at the Deerfield Fair. To our surprise, he did. Here's how he did it and how you can too!

Four Easy Day Trips on the Connecticut River August 2014

Four Easy Day Trips on the Connecticut River

Though some ambitious paddlers have traveled the river from its source to the ocean, this great recreational resource offers a number of day trips ideal for even the novice canoer.

Discover the Secrets of Story Land June 2014

Discover the Secrets of Story Land

An insider’s guide to historical curiosities, forgotten fairytale lore and pre-Disney entertainment on the park’s 60th anniversary.

Inside the New London Barn Playhouse June 2014

Inside the New London Barn Playhouse

The New London Barn Playhouse, or just “The Barn,” is the longest continuously operated summer theater in New Hampshire. Go behind the scenes at this cultural and artistic gem.

Adaptive Golfing in New Hampshire May 2014

Adaptive Golfing in New Hampshire

“Returning to normal” is the typical goal after a long vacation or a hospital stay, but what do you do when something happens that makes “normal” a thing of the past? How about a round of golf?

Social Painting Nights January 2014

Social Painting Nights

Have a drink with friends while exercising your creative side. Social painting combines nightlife with art.

Pond Hockey History and Tournaments in New Hampshire January 2014

Pond Hockey History and Tournaments in New Hampshire

From an impromptu game with branches for sticks and a stone for a puck to organized tournaments for adults, the winter tradition of pond hockey is alive and well.

New Hampshire's Shaker History October 2013

New Hampshire's Shaker History

Even today, though only three Shakers remain in the world, their legacy endures here in New Hampshire. We are lucky to have two Shaker villages open to the public.