Jul 23 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am Rotary Arts Pavilion
The Children’s Series has grown dramatically in recent years, and these popular family events now average over 250 attendees per week. The host site, the Rotary Arts Pavilion is located in Henry Law Park, and is footsteps away from the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, the City’s Indoor Swimming Pool, and the playground and grassy riverside expanse at Henry Law...
Jul 24 @ 6:00 pm Sunapee Cruises
Set sail aboard the MV Mt. Sunapee, for a dinner cruise and concert featuring Opera North resident artists.
Jul 24 @ 7:00 pm – 7:45 pm Nashua Senior Activity Center
Discover the fun of singing four-part harmony while improving your own singing and performance ability in a small group session. Each lesson is followed immediately by an opportunity to practice what you have learned in a larger ensemble. The program costs nothing and comes with no obligation. The sponsoring group, the Granite Statesmen is a non-profit singing fraternity of men....
Jul 26 all-day Bradford Center Meetinghouse
Lettvin Chamber Music Series will feature piano concerts by Yasuo Watanabe and Christopher Kies.
Jul 26 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Rotary Arts Pavilion
The Friday Night Headliner Concerts are the signature series of the festival, with average crowds ranging over 500 people per night. Music lovers of all ages flock to Henry Law Park with picnic blankets, lawn chairs, friends and family to enjoy music in a setting that truly epitomizes the charm and sense of community found only in New England cities...
Jul 26 @ 7:00 pm – Jul 29 @ 9:00 pm Tilton School
Based on Roald Dahl’s story of the same name, Matilda the Musical celebrates the imagination, chaos, and oft-underestimated power of youth.
Jul 27 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Jul 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Canterbury Center
An annual volunteer-run celebration of small town community, this year’s Canterbury Fair will once again kickoff with the Woodchuck Classic 5k Road Race and 2K Chipmunk Classic Kids Run. The Canterbury Fair will also include local artisans and craftspeople, delicious food to satisfy every craving, traditional Morris dancing, children’s games on the green, a huge What-Not “tag” Sale, a used...
Jul 27 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm New Boston Town Common
Our small friendly ambience makes a visit to the market a perfect way to start your weekend while shopping, conversing, relaxing and tapping your toes to the music! Market offerings include organic produce, fruits, flowers, soaps, bakery goods, jams and jellies, meat, eggs, honey, wool products, skin care products and local artisans.
Jul 28 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Jul 29 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Jul 30 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Jul 30 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am Rotary Arts Pavilion
The Children’s Series has grown dramatically in recent years, and these popular family events now average over 250 attendees per week. The host site, the Rotary Arts Pavilion is located in Henry Law Park, and is footsteps away from the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, the City’s Indoor Swimming Pool, and the playground and grassy riverside expanse at Henry Law...
Jul 31 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Jul 31 @ 7:00 pm – 7:45 pm Nashua Senior Activity Center
Discover the fun of singing four-part harmony while improving your own singing and performance ability in a small group session. Each lesson is followed immediately by an opportunity to practice what you have learned in a larger ensemble. The program costs nothing and comes with no obligation. The sponsoring group, the Granite Statesmen is a non-profit singing fraternity of men....
Aug 1 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Aug 2 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Aug 2 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Rotary Arts Pavilion
The Friday Night Headliner Concerts are the signature series of the festival, with average crowds ranging over 500 people per night. Music lovers of all ages flock to Henry Law Park with picnic blankets, lawn chairs, friends and family to enjoy music in a setting that truly epitomizes the charm and sense of community found only in New England cities...
Aug 3 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Aug 3 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm New Boston Town Common
Watch and visit with nationally known Caricature Carvers of America member, Pete LeClair, along with other members of the Central Mass Caricature Carvers Club, as they exhibit and demonstrate caricature wood carving and spoon carving. Our small friendly ambience makes a visit to the market a perfect way to start your weekend while shopping, conversing, relaxing and tapping your toes...
Aug 3 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm Manchester Vineyard Community Church
This is a fundraiser raising money for scholarships given to students from Manchester Central High School in the drama and chorus programs. It will be raising money through raffles and baked goods. Friends, current students and alumni from Central perform and will be sharing stories about Dustin Blake, who enjoyed both of those programs and who passed away on August...
Aug 3 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Tuscan Kitchen
On August 3, Tuscan Kitchen will welcome New York City’s Shake Rattle & Roll Dueling Pianos to their Salem, NH, restaurant for a night of interactive musical entertainment paired with artisan Italian cuisine. After the sell-out successes of their past collaborations, this “dinner & a show” performance will bring forth two professional pianists who will test their musical talents against...
Aug 4 all-day Kingston Days 325th Birthday Celebration
One of the oldest communities in the state, Kingston observes its 325th anniversary as a town in 2019, and work is almost complete in the planning almost a year’s worth of commemorative events for all to enjoy. Established in 1694, Kingston was the sixth New Hampshire town, and its Royal Charter was granted by King William of England. A committee...
Aug 4 all-day Downtown Concord, NH
Rock On Fest presented by Dartmouth-Hitchcock is back for its fifth anniversary this summer. The free festival will be held as a “Sunday Funday” extravaganza on Main Street in downtown Concord. The festivities will include live music, a pop-up basketball court, the Midsummer Classic high school hoops tournament, the Concord Police vs. Concord Fire basketball showdown, a Unified Basketball game,...
Aug 5 @ 1:12 pm Quechee Inn at Marshland Farms
This fall, Opera North presents Tom Cipullo’s opera, “Glory Denied.” Based on the book by Tom Philpott, “Glory Denied” tells the story of US Army Colonel Jim Thompson, who was held captive as a prisoner of war longer than any other American in history. Lunch and discussion about the true story of an American family during one of our nation’s...
Aug 6 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am Rotary Arts Pavilion
The Children’s Series has grown dramatically in recent years, and these popular family events now average over 250 attendees per week. The host site, the Rotary Arts Pavilion is located in Henry Law Park, and is footsteps away from the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, the City’s Indoor Swimming Pool, and the playground and grassy riverside expanse at Henry Law...
Aug 6 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Strawbery Banke Museum
Tom Richter & The Sidewalk Boys, “Sidewalk” Tom Richter, Brian “Chunkman” Goetz and “Steinway” Dave Lemieux, return to the terrace with original folk, blues and Americana.
Aug 9 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Rotary Arts Pavilion
The Friday Night Headliner Concerts are the signature series of the festival, with average crowds ranging over 500 people per night. Music lovers of all ages flock to Henry Law Park with picnic blankets, lawn chairs, friends and family to enjoy music in a setting that truly epitomizes the charm and sense of community found only in New England cities...
Aug 10 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm New Boston Town Common
Come experience this unique evening farmers market! Members of the Public Observing Committee of NH Astronomical Society will be bringing two solar telescopes and 2 Lunt solar binoculars. Get caught up in the fun as musician Elijah Boisvert shares his ukulele, box drum and a shaker or two! “The Smoothie Bus” and “Forking Awesome Food Truck” will be joining our...
Aug 13 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am Rotary Arts Pavilion
The Children’s Series has grown dramatically in recent years, and these popular family events now average over 250 attendees per week. The host site, the Rotary Arts Pavilion is located in Henry Law Park, and is footsteps away from the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, the City’s Indoor Swimming Pool, and the playground and grassy riverside expanse at Henry Law...