Jacqueline Tourville

Contributing writer

Jacqueline Tourville is an award-winning children’s author who lives in southern Maine. Jacqueline has written for ParentingNH for more than 10 years and has won multiple awards from the Parenting Media Association.

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Art and museums in the Monadnock Region

From kid-friendly art studios to a hands-on art museum, an art shop, and even a children’s art festival, this spring road trip is all about discovering creativity in bloom.

A fun winter workout in NH's Lakes Region

NH’s Lakes Region offers enough winter sports and recreation opportunities to keep everyone busy this season. What cold weather activities is your family curious to try? Whether it’s skiing, skating, snowshoeing, sledding, or something else, jump in the car and come along for the ride.

Yoga for Families

Practicing yoga with your kids is good for the mind, body, and family soul

Sticking it out in the Monadnocks

Does this time of year have you feeling stuck when it comes to what to do with the kids? Here’s a road trip through the Monadnock region that’s proof that family fun can be had in the Granite State no matter what the season.

The 50-mile apple pie challenge

This month’s road trip shows you where to go to collect all the ingredients you need to make the perfect autumn treat: a homemade apple pie!

A revolutionary end to summer

This month we’re cruising along the western edge of the Granite State to learn more about the upper Connecticut River valley’s rich history.

Finding fun in NH's great north

This month we’re heading to where the fish are biting and the moose are on the loose. Get ready to explore New Hampshire’s northern frontier and join us for a Coos County road trip that truly takes a walk on the wild side.

Crazy for the Kancamagus Highway

Blue skies, cool breezes, amazing views, and plenty to see and do. Celebrate the start of summer with a cruise north to enjoy the great outdoors and some of the White Mountains’ most popular tourist attractions for families.

Winter fun in western New Hampshire

This month we’re heading to western New Hampshire to sled, ski, skate, and celebrate the February blues away. If you’re just not a fan of the cold, don’t worry, we’re warming up with plenty of hot cocoa along the way.

New Year's Resolution: Get your family fit!

Resolved to make 2013 the year of family fitness? There may be no better time. According to the Centers from Disease Control, 33 percent of adults and 20 percent of children are now obese. And there may be no better…

Check out NH holiday fairs this December

Heading into Milford along Route 101A west from Nashua, the quaint charm of the Milford Oval is like a holiday card come to life. With its gazebo all dressed in holiday finery, take time to explore the shops and restaurants…

A ‘curious’ end to summer in Waterville Valley

Our road trip begins in Plymouth, with a stop on Main Street to peruse the college town’s eclectic assortment of shops, art galleries and restaurants, including popular summer hot spots, Sweet Kathy’s Ice Cream, the arts center Artistic Roots and…

Slow down and enjoy summer in the Lake Sunapee Region

Our slower-paced summer day away starts in New London, the home of Colby-Sawyer College, a charming New England town center, and Old New London Village, a cluster of 15 restored buildings showing life as it was here in the 1800s.…

Get back to nature in NH's north country

Leaving from Lincoln and heading north along Interstate 93, you know you’re in Franconia Notch when the pines become even denser and towering mountains suddenly soar up along the highway. An exciting first stop in this winding mountain pass is…

Fun places to check out this winter in Southern NH

This month we’re skating, sledding, and skiing our way through Nashua, Bedford and Manchester on the lookout for snowy family fun. We’ve also lined up some indoor play places for those January days when the weather outside is a little too frightful.

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