Friday, October 2, 2009

New England: Adventures for October 3-4

Unfortunately it looks like rain on Saturday, but maybe you can catch up on some of the outdoor fun on Sunday...

Dover is having their Apple Harvest Day Friday night and Saturday.

There are events located all over NH to celebrate Get Out And Play Weekend. There are Sunday events in case of rain on Saturday.

Berlin is having it's 10th Annual Lumberjack Festival and also the River Fire.

I am just not a fan of fairs- but for those who are it's the 133rd Annual Deerfield Fair.

Shaker Village in Canterbury is having their Harvest Days, always great fun for the kids.

NH Farm Museum in Cornish is also having Harvest Days.

Beaverbrook Art Show and Fall Festival is happening in Hollis.

The Jackson Pumpkin People are popping up all over. I have heard rumors of the Blue Man Group being spotted. My girls love to drive around Jackson and spot all of the pumpkin people and it's also a great time to catch the foliage in NH. I believe they will be on display until around the 20th.

There is a Faerie Tea Party in Lyndeborough. Go for a magical time making pumpkin faerie houses and wee furniture. An enchanting Faerie Tea Party will be served with warm apple cider and home-made pumpkin bread

Nashua is having their annual Art Walk.

Portsmouth is hosting the NH Brew Fest. Sample over 90 brews from more than 28 breweries at the NH Brew Fest 2009!

Portsmouth is also hosting the Harbor Lighthouse Open House with a tour of a lighthouse where you can climb right to the very top!

Cranmore Mountain has started their mountain top haunted tour called the Ghoullog. I have never been, but it looks to not be for the faint of heart!

Check out last weeks post for the lists of corn mazes, apple orchards and pumpkin patches.

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