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On the shores of Kingston Lake sits 70-acres of pure fun. Rooted in tradition, enthusiastic and capable staff, incredible activity choices and a healthy, safe environment bring friendship and leadership to life. Since 1926, Camp Lincoln has offered a traditional camping experience where campers achieve self-confidence, learn new skills and grow in spirit, mind and body. Camp builds confidence, respect and character. The counselor-in-training program fosters work ethics where communication and leadership skills grow. Camp Lincoln is dedicated to encouraging achievements and friendships that will last a lifetime.
Sun., May 28-Oct. 8, 10 a.m.-1p.m. Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, crafts. Weekly music, t-shirt tie dying, spinning, glass blowing and recipe demonstrations, raffles. SNAP/EBT accepted at the market. Rain or shine. 523-4943.
Canterbury Shaker Village is dedicated to preserving the 200-year legacy of the Canterbury Shakers and to providing a place for learning, reflection, and renewal of the human spirit.
Visitors are encouraged to learn about the life, ideals, values, and history of the Canterbury Shakers through tours, programs, exhibits, research, and publications.
What is Canterbury Shaker Village?
Canterbury Shaker Village, Inc., is an internationally-known non-profit museum founded in 1969 to preserve the heritage of the Canterbury Shakers. Designated as a National Historic Landmark for its architectural integrity and significance, the Village has 25 restored original Shaker buildings, 4 reconstructed Shaker buildings, and 694 acres of forests, fields, gardens, nature trails, and mill ponds under permanent conservation easement.
Cruise Planners plans memorable vacations with land-based properties, tickets to events worldwide, and all-inclusive packages in addition to cruises. Below are tips for families when booking all-inclusive vacations, escorted tours and other land trips.
Families are especially seeing the value in all-inclusive hotel vacations. At all-inclusive properties, travelers pay one price and don’t have to worry about a large bill at the end of the trip; instead it’s all paid up front, so there are no hidden costs.
Using a travel agent to book your all-inclusive resort vacation is like using a travel matchmaker. Agents are experts at finding the perfect destination to meet travelers’ needs and can customize the perfect trip for everyone.
In today’s fast-paced world, families spend a lot of time apart in their daily routine, so it’s important to spend time together and create new memories on vacations while still having entertainment options for everyone. Below is a list of land-based travel options from Cruise Planners, a network of travel agents helping travelers plan more than just cruises.
Escorted tours include food, admission to parks/museum and all accommodations. Travelers can skip long lines, see more of the country side, towns and villages. Also, to experience the authentic local culture, travelers can interact with locals by visiting them in their daily routine or even their homes.
Plentiful Restaurant Options
Food in regions such as the Caribbean can get expensive, but when resorts are able to bundle it all together, it’s more reasonable for consumers. Cruise Planners suggests that travelers consider the number of restaurants available and find food that the whole family will enjoy. Some all-inclusive resorts offer gourmet steak houses, Asian grills, Italian cuisine, 24-hour pizza bars and more. When traveling abroad, travelers may also want to experience the local fare native to the region.
Location is Key
If traveling with a young family, it’s convenient to be close to the airport. Once flights arrive, it’s less stressful to stay at a resort within an hour of the airport. Many all-inclusive resorts in Mexico, the Dominican Republic and various Caribbean isles have resorts that are easily accessible once travelers land.
Deals for Kids
Many resorts are offering kids-stay-free promotions and other incentives for travelers. It’s important to work with a travel agent to match up the best promotions for families. Parents should look for properties that have strong children’s programs, multi-generational activities to keep everyone entertained and a variety of restaurants with different food and drink options.
Passports are necessary to leave the country, and both parents need to be part of the process for children. Find out more here:http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/passports/apply.html. Note, children’s passports need to be renewed every five years, unlike adults’ passports, which are every 10 years.
Most tourist destinations offer security, and locals in these areas understand how vital tourism is to the local economy. As always, no matter where people travel, it’s important to be aware of their surroundings, secure travel documents in the in-room safe, and use reputable transportation and tour operators.
Add-ons and Excursions
Book excursions and events beforehand to get the best seats and value to be sure they are not sold out. Add-ons may include golf tee times, spa treatments, island tours, adventure excursions, romantic trips and more. Cruise Planners travel agents now offer tickets for sports, concert and theater events worldwide, so travelers can always guarantee their vacation includes everything they want, all in one place.
It’s easy to get excited about a sports team, and loyal fans will pay a premium to see their team win while on the road. For those who want to experience the World Cup, Super Bowl, or even a local baseball game, they can cheer their team on by securing advanced purchase college and professional sports game tickets.
Travel Advisor Benefits
Using a travel agent offers the best value, added convenience and less stress when planning. Travelers can still be part of the planning process and enjoy a customized experience at no additional cost. Travelers do not pay travel agents, yet the agent is always working for the best interest of the travelers. Travel agents can secure added amenities, great prices and added values not readily available to consumers.
Lucknow, built in 1913-1914 high in the Ossipee Mountain Range. Known as Castle in the Clouds since its opening to the public in 1959, the house is an unusual example of Arts and Crafts architecture in New England, expressing that aesthetic movement’s philosophy of living in harmony with nature. Designed by the architectural firm of J. Williams Beal & Sons of Boston, the house not only exhibits skilled hand craftsmanship in every aspect of its interior and exterior, but also features a number of technological innovations of the early 20th century.
Charmingfare Farm offers many reasons to visit!
Zoo – just visit or hold your party here
Horse trail rides,
Hampton Beach Carriage Rides (See you at the beach!)
Reptile Day Pumpkin Festival,
Harvest of Haunts
Santa's Big Party
Lighted Winter Wonderland
New Year's Eve
Produce Share Options
Founded in 1983 in Portsmouth, the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire relocated to Dover in 2008. It offers a blend of art, science and cultural experiences for families. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to offering access to all children and families by minimizing barriers that prevent fair and meaningful educational and cultural opportunities. Since its inception, the Museum has served over 2 million people from New Hampshire and beyond.
The Children’s Museum is New Hampshire’s most visited educational and cultural institution. In our three years in Dover, the Museum has reached over 280,000 students and families from 110 New Hampshire towns and cities, communities throughout New England, and visitors from all over the world. 50% of our visitors came in free or with reduced admission, and 24% are from underserved audiences.
Chunky’s is the ONLY way to see a movie and here is how it works:
After purchasing your tickets, come have a seat in one of our spacious, comfortable, and UNIQUE theaters. Your seat is a leather, reclining car chair from a Lincoln Town Car, so get prepared to be VERY relaxed!
Once you have chosen your seat, take a peek at our diverse movie- themed menu! We like to brag about our fresh-never frozen, Black Angus Beef Burgers and our select Chicken Love Me Tenders! In fact, everything we do goes into making our hearty meals stand out. Here you’ll find mouth-watering appetizers, entrees, drinks, and desserts!
You can order before the show starts, and if you’re in the mood for dessert or an extra drink halfway through the movie, no problem! Chunky’s was designed for you to sit back, relax and enjoy the show!
We recommend arriving about 1 hour before your scheduled movie time, so that we may take your order and have it ready by your start time. Feel free to explore this site for current showtimes, upcoming releases, secial events, menu, birthday party information & more! If you’d like to SEE the Chunky’s Experience CLICK HERE to watch our video! Enjoy!
The Clark House Museum’s four historic buildings will give you a chance to “travel through time” during an hour-long tour with costumed guides. Explore our 1778 Colonial House, have a lesson in our 1880′s one-room school and view our fascinating Victorian fire engines and pumps. Take a look at our soon-to-be-opened Colonial barn where there will be ongoing displays and genealogical materials.
Haverhill (which includes Haverhill Corner village, North Haverhill village, Pike village, and Woodsville village), Orford, and Piermont
The Community Players is where theater lives in the capitol region. Founded in 1927, the Players have a long history of producing quality productions that engage and entertain. Each season, three main stage productions and one childrens theater show are selected to delight audiences. We invite you to explore our website.
Founded in 1984, Concord Community Music School is New Hampshire’s largest community music school and among the 30 largest community arts schools nationally. Its mission is to foster a sense of community through music by providing the fullest possible array of musical experiences for people of all ages, musical abilities, and backgrounds. Toward this end, it seeks to:
- Offer programs of excellence in musical instruction, performance, and participation
- Develop the musical abilities, understanding, and enjoyment of all students and audience members
- Provide a musical environment that is welcoming and offers access to all
- Recruit, nurture, and reward an outstanding artist faculty that embraces the School’s values
- Build a board and staff team that provides excellence in governance and management.
Core values are artistic excellence; access for all; musical friendships; lifelong musical learning; and faculty recognition, respect, and development.
Sat. May 6-Oct. 28, 8:30 a.m.-Noon. Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, dairy, baked goods, maple, meat, fish, honey, jams/jellies, condiments, mushrooms, pickles, teas, dog treats, pasta/sauces, nuts, popcorn, soap, lotions, wood products. Visit our website for special event info. SNAP/EBT accepted at the market. Rain or shine.
The spirit of Christmas is in the air for families who visit Conley Tree Farm for the most important day between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Nothing says family like some time spent in the fields of Christmas trees at the Conley Tree Farm. We have a second new hay wagon, views of Blue Job and Hussey Mountains, warm cider, cookies and plenty of room for the kids and family pet to enjoy the rolling fields and wildlife while searching for that perfect tree your family can bring home and begin celebrating the spirit that truly reminds us of our blessings.
Family is everything and we at The Conley Tree Farm understand it.
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