I’m looking to find out what your thoughts are on this bracelet. It was my mom’s and she always said it was special. It does not say a name or anything that looks like it’s gold. Any information you can provide would be appreciated.
I Continue reading “Treasure Hunt 23/03/16”
Family fun for the weekend
• The Peacock Players’ (14 Court St., Nashua) youth mainstage production Once Upon a Mattress is opening on Friday, March 17, at 7 p.m. The show, which is a musical retelling of The Princess and the Pea, runs at 7 p.m. Friday and Continue reading “Kiddie Pool 23/03/16”
The Great Northeast Boat Show is back for the 13th year
Granite State boaters are being summoned to the Great Northeast Boat Show to update their rigs before boating season starts up.
The show, in its 13th year, will have 15 vendors from New Hampshire, between 175 and 200 booths Continue reading “Getting the ship in shape”
They’re born to keep on blooming
Reclining in an easy chair on a recent cold and snowy day, I imagined myself a bumblebee. I meandered from flower to flower, taking in the colors and scents and textures of annual flowers, starting with A (alyssum) and ending with Z (zinnias).
I Continue reading “Plan to plant plenty of annuals”
The latest from NH’s theater, arts and literary communities
• Spring youth theater classes: Palace Youth Theatre’s (palacetheatre.org/pyt) Palace Academy has four classes starting in early April. Classes for kids in grades 2 through 6 include “Mini Camp: Comedy Edition” and “Improv and Acting Games I.” There is also an Continue reading “The Art Roundup 23/03/16”
The New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival begins March 16
Eleven feature films, a five-film shorts package and a kids’ event make up the slate of screenings for this year’s New Hampshire Jewish Film Festival, which starts Thursday, March 16.
Screenings at locations across the state take place through Sunday, March Continue reading “A month of films”
Compiled by Matt Ingersoll, Angie Sykeny and Amy Diaz
Spring is awesome.
Sure, it can be blizzardy or flower-filled, muddy or suddenly strangely summer-like, but the stretch between mid-March and Memorial Day is packed with fun, from arts and music to the changing outdoor offerings and food events like Continue reading “63 awesome things to do this spring”
Big Events March 16, 2023 and beyond
Thursday, March 16
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Intown Concord St. Patrick’s Day Celebration today at the Bank of NH Stage (16 S. Main St., Concord) beginning at 5:30 p.m. The show will have performances from step-dancer group In the Field Irish Continue reading “This Week 23/03/16”
This week’s Hippo highlights events happening as the calendar turns to spring, which officially begins Monday, March 20. Last weekend we all did the “spring forward” of daylight saving time. Brightly colored Peeps and jelly beans fill the candy aisles — so naturally that means in New Hampshire it’s Continue reading “Quality of Life 23/03/16”
The Big Story – NFL Free Agency Begins: The quest to fill the holes the Patriots have for 2023 began yesterday (Wednesday) at 4 p.m. when the NFL’s new year began. It came a few days after Devin McCourty announced his retirement. Which, looking on the bright side, saved them Continue reading “The week that was”