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The 2015 Best of NH Party

It's almost time to party with the best! On June 16 we invite you to join us in tasting delicious food and drink, listening to talented local musicians and enjoying more great entertainment at our new location, the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.

Earth Day Events and History on the 45th Anniversary

The drive to make earth day celebrations annual— rather than once a decade — started in New Hampshire.

A New Exhibit Brings You Back to the '70s

The Currier Museum’s current exhibit, “Still Life: 1970s Photorealism,” on display through May 3, doesn’t just celebrate this American art form, but also the decade in which it was conceived.

Help NH Audubon Monitor Bluebirds

It’s March — that means the beloved bluebirds are back in the state. Learn more about them and how you can help NH Audubon monitor their nests.
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The spring thaw brings "the ultimate rock concert" to Mt. Washington Valley

What happens after 180-inches of snow falls in Mt Washington Valley over the winter? “April rains mean waterfalls reign” as winter snow melts.

A rocky romance with the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse

They’re no longer needed for navigation — GPS changed that — but people are still loving lighthouses
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More >> Weekend Trips

Springtime fun along Route 153

For writers, a weekend at an inn where one of New England’s great poets stayed is positively inspiring

Explore Hampton Ahead of the Summer Crowds

With spring in the air, we begin to think of weekends at the beach, even though it’s a bit early for ocean swimming.

Explore Milford and Wilton

A gray March weekend with rain forecasted didn’t promise much skiing, so we opted for antique shops, old movies and some restaurants we’d been hearing about.
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More>> Sports & Recreation

Fly fishing basics

Take a good supply of patience

Go Fly a Kite!

Fly a kite like you've never flown one before with expert advice from Don McCasland, president of Kites Over New England.

How to Train for a Marathon

Ever considered running a marathon? It's certainly not easy, but here are the first steps you need to take on the path to completing 26.2 miles.

Ski Jumping

What does it take to fly fearlessly through the air? Learn a little more about ski jumping and its place in New Hampshire's winter sports scene.

Winter Surfing

Those tenacious enough to brave the winter waters can be rewarded with some of the best surfing New Hampshire has to offer.

Beer Lovers' Guide to NH

View our Beer Lovers' Guide

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NH Winter Farmers Markets

View a list of winter markets

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