Things to Do

The New Hampshire Theatre Awards

February 5, Manchester. The 2010 New Hampshire Theatre Awards marks the 8th celebration of theatre in New Hampshire. The evening is dedicated to acknowledging the state’s talented actors, writers, directors, amazing productions and all those associated with the thriving community…

Is There Life After Dark in New Hampshire?

A sleepy little state? Hardly Take a quick tour of Manchester, Nashua, Keene, Portsmouth and Plymouth to get a sampling of the after-dark adventure that awaits night owls around the state. You can start with a nice meal or appetizers…

New Found Pleasures

Find them on a spin around the lake on a summer day.Compared to Lake Winnipesaukee, Newfound Lake may be small, but the 20-odd-mile drive around it is packed with enough diversions to fill a day.Leave I-93 at Exit 23 in…

Autumn Hunt

Hunters take to New Hampshire's forests in late autumn in pursuit of white-tailed deer. “Deer are considered our most popular game species,” notes New Hampshire Fish and Game information officer Jane Vachon. Hunters also pursue moose, black bear, wild turkey,…

First Night Portsmouth

First Night Portsmouth takes place on December 31.Button prices: $13 for adults (12 years+) through December 30.$1 for children (under 12 years) through December 31.Adult button price goes to $20 as of December 31.Special offer: An adult button plus The…

"The Nutcracker"

December 18–19 in Concord. St. Paul’s annual production of "The Nutcracker" captures the magic of Tchaikovsky's enchanting holiday classic. From the giant Christmas tree to the sword-wielding mice to the dancing snowflakes, "The Nutcracker" is a breathtaking vision from beginning…

Hit the Road

Beautiful Biking AheadIn 1896 Susan B. Anthony was quoted as having said, “The bicycle has done more for the emancipation of women than anything else in the world.” She was referring in part to how the bicycle helped to make…

Holiday Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour

December 12 and 13 in the White Mountains Hop from inn to inn in the White Mountains and sample cookies, candies and other treats along the way. The inns will be decked out for the holidays, and the tour also…

Slippery Slopes

Just let gravity do its work Remember sledding, tumbling and laughing down the neighborhood hill on those wooden Flexible Flyer sleds or the family’s steadfast toboggan? What’s old is new again at select Granite State ski areas with snow tubing.The…