Come support some of our favored local businesses and enjoy restaurant week! Running through Friday May 24th, twelve restaurants are participating in the event throughout the Seacoast. The purpose of restaurant week is for each business to showcase a selection of their finest, most unique, or best selling dishes at a reasonable price. It is their way of thanking their faithful customers and hopefully gaining a few new regulars. For the most part, the menus are fixed and contain three courses. This is a great way to try something you may not normally order for a price that will not dent your wallet.
Vacationing for the week? Perfect, enjoy a day by the lakes or a morning hiking before you eat. With over 100 restaurants and five regions participating it will be easy to fill each day with tasty meals throughout New Hampshire. So go ahead and dine lavishly, guilt free and within your budget.
Visit their website for course details and prices. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the restaurant directly. Enjoy, foodies!
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Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013 Join Emperor Penguins Mark Ericson and Karen Kiley from WOKQ’s Morning Waking Crew, along with WMUR-TV 9′s Chief Meteorologist Mike Haddad as they welcome new and returning Plungers to the 2013 Plunge.
This years theme is “Going to the Chapel.”
In 2012, 703 Plungers jumped into the ocean and raised $508,692 for Special Olympics New Hampshire!
Click here to read more about this exciting winter event and how you can help the Special Olympics. This is a fun activity for high school friends, local sports teams and senior citizens to get together, have fun and do something great for the community.
Visit our photo gallery of past Penguin Plunges.
The Haunted House at Lamie’s Tavern will take place Tuesday, Nov. 6th and Wednesday Nov. 7th from 5-9 PM. The popular event was postponed due to Hurricane Sandy. So just when you thought Halloween was over there’s still some haunted fun left to enjoy. 5-9 PM with tickets of $5 each.
All Proceeds go to benefit Scholarships to send students to the National Thespian Festival in Lincoln Nebraska.
Friday, Oct. 19th, 2012 from 5-6:30 PM bring the family, and friends, to the Hobbs House & Trinity Church for annual ChowderFest! Enjoy many types of homemade chowders.
Donation $6.00 PP and $20.00 for family of 4.
Further information contact The Trinity Church at 603.926.5688.
200 High Street, Hampton, NH.
Join the Hampton Rec. Department for a Halloween Spirit Night of fun. Beginning at tuck field from 4-5:30 is a Halloween Festival with fun games for the kids. Children can wear their Halloween Costumes but is not required.
The fun continues from 6-9 PM at the Hampton Gazebo.
Bring your carved pumpkins to light up.
Make a hand crafted lantern at Marelli’s Market (donation of $4 appreciated).
Enjoy the entertainment, music and festivities at the Hampton Gazebo.
For information call the Hampton Recreation Department at 603-926-3932
Old Hampton Tavern Walk and Book Signing
Sin today and repent tomorrow! Join the Hampton Historical Society for an Old Hampton Tavern Walk and book signing on Oct.13, 2012. Click the poster for more info.
The town of Hampton, originally part of Massachusetts, dates its founding to October 14, 1638. While there are big plans to celebrate the town’s 375th birthday later in 2013, the Hampton Historical Society is kicking off the start of this milestone year with the Old Hampton Tavernwalk, a light-hearted celebration of the town during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Blending historical fact with a sprinkling of well-crafted storytelling, A Meet and Suitable Person: Tavernkeeping in Old Hampton, New Hampshire, 1638-1783 takes readers on a back door tour through the taverns of Puritan Hampton, detailing the lives of the men and women who kept the town’s public houses of entertainment during the colonial era.
Visit The Hampton Historical Website
for more information.
Next Scheduled Event: 39th Annual Granite State Wheelmen Seacoast Century. Sept. 22nd & 23rd.
Nearly 1,600 riders to have fun! Riding Saturday & Sunday. Format will be much like our 2011 event with rides of 25, 50, 63, and 100 miles being offered on both Saturday and Sunday. Portsmouth, Kittery, Hampton Beach…Its a Seacoast Event!
Not interested in riding but still want to take part? Volunteer! Volunteers are still needed.
For more information visit GrantiteStateWheelmen.Org.
Hampton Beach Seafood Festival
||Hampton Beach Sea Shell Stage
||Sep 07, 2012
||4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
||$5.00 Children under 12 Free
|Sample the flavors of the seacoast at New England’s largest seaside festival. Over 50 restaurants join together, offering an extensive menu of seafood delicacies, Gala festivities include: Over 60 Art & Craft dealers, 3 stages of entertainment, children’s activities and our new Children’s Center, street performers, a 200 foot beer tent, sidewalk bargain sales, and an amazing display of fireworks
8th Annual Hampton Beach Talent Competition takes way on Friday, August 24th, 2012 – Sunday, August 27th, 2012 at the Hampton Beach Seashell, Hampton, NH.
Celebrity judges such as Angela West, a local performing artist, will accompany the volunteer panel.
The junior competitors will perform on Friday, Aug. 24 and the senior competition will be on Saturday, Aug. 25. The finals for both groups will be on Sunday, Aug. 26.
Over 100 Contestants have entered this year, more than ever.
Read more about the Talent Competition at Seacoastonline.com.
Enjoy Newburyport’s Art Walk Weekends.
This weekend, August 18th & 19th, 2012.
Saturday’s Walk 3-7 PM.
Sunday’s Walk 1-5 PM
For a complete list of venues included on the walk visit www.newburyportartwalk.com.