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PORTSMOUTH — In cooperation with the Portsmouth Tree Commission, the Portsmouth Historical Society will host an Earth Day tree planting at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 24, in honor of the late … more
After more than a year of fund-raising and work, the Town of Warren will open its Franklin Street dog park to the human and canine public this Saturday, April 10. Director Tara Thibaudeau said … more
White Barn Story Time: The Salamander RoomCome to the big barn at Caratunk for a special story time that focuses on nature! Enjoy The Salamander Room by Anne Mazar. This gentle story is about a child … more
Linden Place Mansion is planning an “Art Blooming at Linden Place" weekend from May 7-9, an event that will welcome local flower designers and artists to create a piece of original art or … more
Sideli, a largely self taught assemblage artist whose working process is an outgrowth of his life long career in American Antiques and folk art. He had been  making art composed of antique and … more
PORTSMOUTH — No, it has nothing to do with Lady Gaga. It involves a sided “pit,” several players and a ball they bat around with their hands. It’s called GaGa (or GaGa … more
Don't know what to do with the kids during the school vacation break?  Audubon is the solution. With plenty of outdoor family programs, Audubon is the place for safe and frosty fun!Special … more
For those who like shopping locally for handmade crafts, this is (usually) the best time of the year. But this year, even if you are inclined to go shopping in person, craft fairs aren't being held. … more
PORTSMOUTH — Using a long trash-picker, Jen Haga reached way over a thicket of brush along the west edge of Thurston Gray Pond Tuesday morning to grab her first piece of trash for the … more
PORTSMOUTH — Santa Claus is excited and ready to make his annual tour through Portsmouth beginning tonight, Dec. 1. Santa’s Tour runs for eight nights (excluding Sunday and during … more
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