Things to Do

Simple Gifts

What do garlic, coffee, kielbasa, maple cream and corn pudding have in common? We might not want them all in one dish, but we found them all in one weekend in Canterbury.

Journey to the Past

My husband and I grew up in Dover, but Mary had never explored our childhood haunts. At just 11, she was old enough to be welcome in a beautiful inn, but still young enough to like the Yellow Submarine.

Weekend Warriors

Looking for something to test your mettle, a real trial by fire? A growing legion of "adventure racers" mix mud, seat and tears - with tutus. Our intrepid writer Darren Garnick took the adventure race challenge and lived to tell the tale with a smile on his face... And just one cracked rib.

New Hampshire's Hidden Places

Nature photographer Jerry Monkman has been disappearing for a living since 2000, capturing New England's most pristine patches of wilderness for various conservation organizations and his own series of workshops and coffee table books.

Kitchen Aid: Friendly Kitchen Fundraiser

Last April Concord's only soup kitchen, the Friendly Kitchen, lost its building in a fire. Help them find a new location by supporting Kitchen Aid, a concert featuring folk artists Susie Burke and David Surette, storyteller Odds Bodkin, the Greater…

Bookstore Anniversary Celebration With Dan Brown

Water Street Bookstore in Exeter is celebrating 20 years with New Hampshire author Dan Brown. His bestselling books "The Da Vinci Code" and "Angels and Demons" were each made into movies starring Tom Hanks. Brown will be on hand to…

NH Open Doors

Organized by the League of N.H. Craftsmen, NH Open Doors is an opportunity to see local artisans at work in their studios. You can shop for N.H.-made products at the open studios of New Hampshire craftsmen, local farms, orchards, wineries,…