The Hampton Garden Club will hold its annual plant and bake sale on Saturday, may 18th, from 9AM to 1PM at the Hampton Town Hall parking lot on Winnacunnet Road, Hampton, NH. Flowers, plants, perennials, annuals, herbs and baked goods, jams , cookies and fudge will be offered. The plants are freshly dug from Hampton Garden Club members’ home gardens and club members will be on hand to answer questions. There will also be a silent auction of Aquarion-sponsored decorated rain barrels.
Mark your calendars, Kites Against Cancer is this Sunday, May 19th. The Exeter Hospital has organized a family friendly event to support the Beyond the Rainbow Fund and which provides financial relief to local oncology patients. The event will be held near the Oceanfront Pavilion from 12pm-3pm with face painting, raffles and refreshments for participants. Kites can be purchased at the event at the cost of 1 for $8 or 2 for $15 prior to the event at Me and Ollie’s Cafes, Stillwells Ice Cream, and the Exeter Hospital gift shop. See you there!
Questions? Concerns? Call Exeter Hospital directly at 603-580-6668 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The hourly parking fee for Hampton Beach Parking is now $2.00 per hour effective May 1st, 2013.
Park staff will be on hand to help visitors with the parking pay systems and ensure the park is maintained on a daily basis.
he multi-space pay stations, which accept payments for any metered space, accept cash, coins and credit or debit cards and will issue a receipt for payment. Visitors are reminded to place the receipt face up on their dashboard to avoid being ticketed.
The North and South Bathhouses, as well as the Visitor’s Center and Seashell bathrooms, will be open with operating hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with increasing hours as the season progresses.
Metered parking has gone into effect at Hampton Beach State Park as of Monday, April 1, 2013.
Metered parking will be at a reduced rate of $1 per hour for the month of April, and the rate will then increase to a rate of $2 per hour.
Multiple pay stations are conveniently located within each parking area. Pay and return to your vehicle and display your ticket in your front left windshield.
North and South Bathhouses, Visitors Center and Seashell restrooms opened April 1st. Operating hours are from 8AM to 4PM.
For all information and schedules visit www.stateparks.org.
Sat., April 20, EARTH DAY CLEANUPS at North Hampton State Beach (9:00 a.m.)
Upcoming Cleanups – Open to the Public and Great for Families, Individuals and Groups!
Sign up for cleanups by emailing email@example.com or calling (603) 431-0260. We hope to see you there!
Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own work gloves and a reusable beverage container. North Hampton State Beach cleanups are hosted by Friends of North Hampton Beach—find out more at www.facebook.com/NorthHamptonBeach. Cleanups meet at the beach across from the Beach Plum on Route 1A in North Hampton, NH. Jenness Beach cleanups meet at the sea wall at the entrance to the beach on Route 1A in Rye, NH.
For more information visit www.BlueOceanSociety.org.
HAMPTON BEACH, NH – 03/21/2013 – With blue skies overhead on a beautiful spring day, thousands of people turned out for the Hampton Beach Easter Egg Dig. It had been postponed from March 23 due to snow impact from recent storms. Today was different though. It was the perfect day to search for candy-filled plastic eggs. Children were divided into two age groups (5 and under and ages 6-12) and a countdown kicked off the event. The beach was filled with thousands of eggs buried beneath the sand, and the Easter Bunny was on hand to meet and greet the children.
Two lucky girls who found a golden egg, Alicia Lewis and her friend Molly McGreevy from Hampton (pictured below) were the lucky winners of a special prize.
More photos can be found at https://www.facebook.com/HamptonNHBeach.
HAMPTON BEACH, NH – 03/21/2013 – The Easter Egg Dig at Hampton Beach that was originally scheduled for Saturday, March 23, 2013 at 11 a.m. has been POSTPONED due to recent storms leaving snow on the beach.
It has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 11 a.m. SHARP on the beach, across from Playland. Don’t be late!
The Easter Bunny will be visiting once again with thousands of eggs hidden in the sand. Children are invited to come find them all. Maybe you’ll get lucky and find the golden egg. The Easter Bunny will also be around to see what you’ve found! Don’t forget to bring your shovel and pail!
Area Charity Event with proceeds go to support Seacoast Area Breast Cancer Patients. A NH 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing tangible, practical, and emotional support to breast cancer patients in the Greater Seacoast (NH/ME) area on their individual paths to wellness and healing. $25 per person, Your Evening Includes:
- Full Buffet Dinner
- Music & Dancing by DJ Pam Balli
- Irish Line Dancing Lessons
- $5 in Casino Chips
Saturday March 16th, 2013 7PM – 10PM
81 Ocean Gaming, Ocean Boulevard, Hampton, NH
For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.MyBreastCancerSupport.org/Luck
For more information on Ocean Gaming visit www.oceangamingcasino.com
Saturday, March 23rd, 2013 – Join us for a morning of Easter fun! Stop by the Easter Bunny Breakfast at the Village Preschool from 8-10:30am located at the Hobbs House at 200 High Street, Hampton, NH. Join the Easter Bunny for photographic moments and a wonderful time for kids and adults to enjoy a wonderful breakfast buffet at an affordable price for a great cause.
Then, head down to the beach for our Easter Egg Dig. The Easter Bunny will be visiting Hampton once again with thousands of eggs all hidden in the sand. We need your help to find them all! Maybe you’ll even be lucky enough to find a golden egg. The Easter Bunny will be around to see what you found so don’t forget to bring your shovel and pail. Dig starts at 11:00 AM Across from the Playground on the beach.
Feb 24th, 2013 marks the annual Half at the Hamptons Road Race in Hampton Beach, NH.
For 2013, we are asking all runners to consider bringing in two food items from the list on the right. LOCO Sports has teamed up with the local Hampton Area Rotary to fill the coffers of the local food pantries.
FREE RUNNING GLOVES: LOCO will be donating running gloves to everyone that brings in a contribution and commit to contributing whatever is needed to fill the pantries!
Food Pantries supported: The First Bapist Church, The First Congregational Church, The Methodist Church, St. Vincent De Paul at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Church, the Salvation Army and the Town of Hampton Pantry
Join in for the 13.1 mile Flat fast course. • After Race party including hot soup, Lindt Chocolate and BEER.. in the classy Ashworth Hotel Ballroom. Start time is 10:00 AM at 295 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton, NH. For more information visit www.hamptonhalf.com.
We have filled every last spot. We are unable to add more to the registration due to venue and race course limits. If you did not enter and need to, sorry there will be no exceptions. Please do not email or call begging for an exception. Also, do not show up on race day thinking you will be able to get a number. We will not be giving out any more numbers. NO Exceptions.