The Best Events of the Week: June 5-11

The six events this week that you shouldn't miss

There are so many great events happening in New Hampshire this June, we simply couldn't fit them all in our June issue. Each week this month, keep your eyes peeled for our picks for the best events of the week that you didn't see in the pages of our magazine.

1. Tamworth Garden Pairing Dinner, Jackson, June 6

Local craft-distillery darlings Tamworth Distilling mark the release of their newest gin with a five-course pairing dinner. (603) 383-9341. More info here.

2. Bruce McColl: The Color of Seasons, Concord, June 6-July 7

Catch the last-ever show at McGowan Fine Art — the gallery will close its doors at the end of this exhibition of colorful landscapes. (603) 225-2515. More info here.

3. Second Annual Summer Serve-a-Thon & Concert, Manchester, June 7

Pack meals for NH Food Bank and other charities with a team of 100 volunteers, then stick around for a live show from folksy one-man-band The Suitcase Junket. More info here.

4. 26th Annual Plant Sale, Newbury, June 9-10

Shop for greenery from the onsite gardens and other nurseries at this crowd-pleasing event from The Fells. Members can access the sale on Friday before the main, public event Saturday morning. (603) 763-4789. More info here; members' preview info here.

5. Pats Peak Mountain Bike Festival, Henniker, June 10-11

Celebrate all things mountain biking by participating in the 24.12.6 Hours of Pats Peak ride or watching two USA Cycling National Championship qualifying races. (603) 428-3245. More info here.

6. World Ocean Day, Rye, June 11

The Seacoast Science Center offers a full day of kid-friendly fun in celebration of this global holiday dedicated to ocean advocacy. (603) 436-8043. More info here.

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