Saturday April 12th, 2014
Breakfast 8-10:30 AM – Village Pre School, 200 High Street, Hampton NH (Volunteers Welcomed-inquire at Village Pre School; (603) 929-7349)
Easter Egg Digg 11:00 AM – At the Seashell – Main Beach, Hampton NH
Start the morning with the Annual Easter Bunny Breakfast (Village Pre-school, located at The Hobbs House-200 High Street) from 8-10:30 AM. Pictures with the Easter Bunny, raffles and a fantastic, affordable, family breakfast. After your breakfast, head to the beach for the Annual Easter Egg Digg where the Easter Bunny will make his Annual Appearance where he has hidden thousands of eggs in the sand. Find a Golden Egg and win a Special Prize. Bring your pail and shovel!
Visit Hamptonbeach.com and SeacoastBeachinfo.com for all of your New England Seacoast Information.
Dogs, surfers, walkers…everyone and everything was out enjoying the balmy 45 degree weather at Jenness Beach in Rye, NH today.
Sitting high on the roof top of this Rye, NH Home, Birdwatchers gathered in abundance to view this rare sighting of a Beautiful Snowy Owl.
Live Music at Demeters Steakhouse The big city music experience is now right next door. Demeters Steakhouse hosts live jazz every Friday night from 7pm to 10pm, featuring a lively trio of the Seacoast’s most talented jazz musicians. Then, on the last Saturday night of every month, the past comes alive with the Sounds of Sinatra, a mesmerizing vocal showcase of classic songs by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Liza Minnelli and others.
Admission is free, and parking is easy. For reservations and a full schedule of events, call Demeters at 603.766.0001, or visit DemetersSteakhouse.com.
3612 Lafayette Road
Restaurant Week Portsmouth and the Seacoast spotlights Greater Portsmouth as a culinary and cultural destination. Participating restaurants offer special three course prix fixe menus at two unbelievable prices: $16.95 for lunch or $29.95 for dinner* *Prices are generally per person and do not include beverages, taxes or gratuity. No other offers or discount cards are accepted during Restaurant Week.
After your meal, complete a Restaurant Week Portsmouth & the Seacoast survey to be entered to win a $50 gift certificate to one of the participating restaurants!
Are you a local or a traveler? Either way, make a day or night of it! Wine & dine, shop & gallery hop, visit a theater and relax by the water! Experience all the Seacoast and the Greater Portsmouth area have to offer!
Visit RestaurantWeekPortsmouth.com for menu information.
Why not Dinner & a Show? The Portsmouth Music Hall celebrates Restaurant Week! Visit their website http://www.themusichall.org/ for shows and more information!
Volunteer positions are available at the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, Maine. The Seashore Trolley Museum is actively recruiting volunteers to join the museum family before 2014 season’s opening day on May 3rd, 2014. Volunteer to meet guests from around the world, and make friends with other Seashore volunteers and members.
The museum needs streetcar operators, tour guides, cashiers and people to serve in a variety of ways in the restoration shop, administrative offices, buildings and grounds department, track and overhead department.
Docent (Tour Guide) training is being offered through Biddeford Adult Education’s 2014 spring program and begins in March. Street car operator training is offered at the museum in May.
If you are interested in getting out, learning something new, meeting new people, engaging in conversations, sharpening your tool, email Sally bates atdirector or call 207.967.2800 ext. 101.
Yes, when winter begins to wind down, and spring is upon us, we await the day of The Beach Plum, in North Hampton, re-opening for the season. Well, that day is near. Friday, March 8th, Deb & Jan will be there to greet you. You can go get the Famous, five time winner of The Seafood Festival Best Lobster Roll competition, Lobster Rolls.
With North Beach State Park just across the street, come over and say hi to Deb & Jan and enjoy your favorite Lobster Roll and a Richardson’s Ice Cream.
17 Ocean Boulevard, North Hampton, NH. 603.964.7451. www.LobsterRolls.com
Hit the trails as the sun goes down for a guided snowshoe trek down to Laudholm Beach. Listen to lunar folklore and learn about the moon’s effect on our oceans. Snowshoes will be available, dress warmly and bring a flashlight with red filter if you have one. Cost is $5/member, $7/non-member, and $15/family of 3 or more.
Date & Time
Thursday, March 13, 2014, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Regular Price: $7.00
Discounted Price: $5.00
For Wells Reserve programs, members of Laudholm Trust enjoy discount pricing.
Discounts offered for other programs, if any, are included in the full description above.
Required: To register, please call 207-646-1555.
Make the most of this Winter! Seacoast Science Center (Rye, NH) has Opened for the season. Open daily from 10 AM to 5PM Beginning February, 15th, 2014.
Indoors, you can get your hands on some of the wonderful sea life that live in the tide pools of our Atlantic Ocean. Ample hands-on exhibits, activity stations, free hourly programs and the best view of the seacoast.
Bring your outdoor gear and walk the trails of Odiorne Pointe State Park in search of wildlife. You can cross country ski, snowshoe or see if you can find the snowy owl that has been frequenting the shoreline. Bring your lunch to cozy up in the Center and have your lunch in the learning studio gallery.
An Environmental Camp is being offered for children ages three-and-a-half to fifth graders, by the day and for the week. Camp sessions will be offered from Feb. 17th to Feb. 21st and Feb. 24 to Feb. 28th. Each day is focused on a different theme and takes advantage of the natural and historic resources of the Park. Sign up by calling 603.436.8043. For more information visit www.seacoastsciencecenter.org.
Wednesdays 10-11AM, now through June 26th. Open to residents of all towns, offered by Rye Recreation Dept. This cardio and toning class is designed for participants age 55+. No experience necessary. Work at your own level and pace. Simple moves and combinations are paired with light strength training exercises for an energizing full body, low stress workout. Classes are set to music of bygone eras. Wear breathable clothing and sneakers. Located at Rye Congregational Church, 580 Washington Road.
$15 per participant for the entire class season. Call 964-6281 to register or visit www.town.rye.nh.us. Email to Larthur@town.rye.nh.us.