Have fun and give back to your community at these holiday events taking place around New Hampshire
ParentingNH - December 2013
Squam Lakes Natural Science Center brings back the popular guided tours of the live animal trail for another winter. Wild Winter Walks begin Saturday, January 5 and run on selected weekends through March.
New Hampshire children, from preschoolers to third-graders, have voted “Little Dog Lost: The True Story of a Brave Dog Named Baltic” the winner of the 2013 Ladybug Picture Book Award.
Families who have resolved to save more money in 2014 can start the year off right by visiting the Children's Museum of NH on its next Dollar Deal Night Jan. 3.
Bone Marrow Drive, in partnership with Delete Blood Cancer, is Saturday, Dec. 14.
When hiker Dan Szczesny and his nine-year-old ward, Janelle, first set foot on the trail to Mt. Kearsarge in November 2011, neither of them knew that this easy hike to one of the state's most popular mountain tops would change…
Who needs the mall? This month we’re heading to the White Mountains for a taste of small-town holiday charm amid the pines, firs, and snow-capped peaks.
The white beard and jolly red suit haven’t gone out of style, but the job has certainly changed over time
Wings and Hooves Therapeutic Riding in East Kingston helps and adults with kids facing a variety of challenges
The Wings for Autism program gives families with children on the spectrum an opportunity to experience a “flight” before traveling