The Insider’s Scoop: Super 603s by Gov. Chris Sununu
From the mountains to our lakes and beaches, and all the amazing New Hampshire small businesses in between, the Granite State has everything you could ever need to make a Super 603 Day of your own!
Food: With pancakes and maple syrup made from scratch, New Hampshire’s local pancake houses can’t be beat. A must-stop to start your day! For lunch, pop into a local diner where the food is always delicious, and there’s always someone new to meet with an interesting story to share.
Must-Stops: The craft brewery scene has boomed in New Hampshire in the past few years. With hundreds of locations all around the state, you can find one virtually anywhere you go. Pick up some cans, bring them back home, and trade among your friends to keep the good times rolling.
Hiking: If it’s early spring, pack up your skis and make the trek up Tuckerman Ravine. Otherwise, check out Mount Major, Mount Moosilauke, Mount Monadnock, Mount Sunapee — with hundreds of spots, the pick of the litter is yours. Hiking in the fall? Nothing beats the views from Table Rock. Need something a bit gentler? Try Cascade Park in Woodstock, Diana’s Baths in the Mount Washington Valley, or the beautiful Wolfeboro Rail Trail.
Swimming and Boating: Start the day off with some boating on Lake Winnipesaukee, then make your way over to the seacoast and finish the day off with some sunset paddle boarding at Hampton Beach. What better way to wrap up the day than with a celebratory plunge into the Atlantic?
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has been named the commencement speaker for New England College’s 2022 graduation ceremonies. In addition, the New England College board of trustees will award New Hampshire’s 82nd governor with an honorary doctorate in recognition of his years of public service to the great state of New Hampshire.
New England College will celebrate its 76th graduating class of more than 500 students on May 14 at 10 a.m. on the Simon Green at the NEC Campus in Henniker.