Five Things to Do This Weekend in New Hampshire
The last weekend of winter or the first of the spring, however you view it there are a ton of options for you this Saturday and Sunday!
You can join WOKQ at the Exeter Area YMCA for the 2nd Annual Kidabaloo. There'll be a bunch of fun things for the kids to check out and fans of Disney's Girl Meets World will want to hang out with Farkle! The first session runs from 10:30-1pm and the second from 1:30pm-4pm. Tickets available at the door or in advance here.
MAPLE WEEKEND 2016
The New Hampshire Maple Producers Association celebrate all things maple this weekend! Farms and sugar shacks throughout the state open their doors for tours and to offer samples of not just syrup but candy, milk and more. Check out our preview and an interview from last year's event or go directly to the source.
SAINT PATRICK'S PARADE, MANCHESTER
Many are in the habit of expecting Manchester's Saint Patrick's Day Parade being held a bit later in the month, so it may come as a little bit of a surprise that the event is this Sunday. The parade route runs down Elm Street. We've gathered all the pertinent links for you.
THE 8TH ANNUAL WINNI DIP
Make your way to The Margate at Lake Winnipesaukee for the 8th Annual Winni Dip benefiting Special Olympics of New Hampshire tomorrow at noon. Look for The Morning Waking Crew's Karen Kiley and be sure to rock your mullet and leg warmers, as this year's theme is The 80's. Details are at SONH.org.
NEW CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF NH EXHIBIT
Check out the new exhibit at the Children's Museum of New Hampshire in Dover! Interactive art stories, fun experiments, a 3D printing demostration, the new Creation Station and Game Maker app are part of the STEAM Innovation Lab. Some events require a reservation, so check Childrens-Museum.org for the latest.