Family Travel Stories

July 18, 2012
by Traci Bisson
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MORE Sensational Summer Sojourns with your Family

Warm summer days mean time to play!  There are so many great, local activities to enjoy as a family this summer that the hardest decision will be where to go first! Some (more) possibilities include: Water Parks – Splish, splash and … Continue reading

July 2, 2012
by Traci Bisson
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Send the Kids to a Super Fun Summer Camp this Year

Summer camp means bug juice, campfires, crafts and fun. Sign your kids up for camp and they’ll enjoy exciting activities, learn new skills and make friends. There are many wonderful options for kids of all ages – exploring sports, art, science and … Continue reading

May 4, 2010
by Traci Bisson
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Free family golf clinics being offered throughout May

Recently, I have been interested in learning more about the game of golf. My father and brother are avid golfers, and I have played a few times. I enjoy the fresh air, beauty of the greens, and exercise I get … Continue reading

March 10, 2010
by Traci Bisson
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Princess Katie & Racer Steve come to the Lebanon Opera House, March 20th

Straight from “The Kingdom” — where a feisty princess who’s inclined to rock out joins a local racecar driver who creates blazing guitar solos when he’s not blazing around the track — Princess Katie & Racer Steve bring their one-of-a-kind … Continue reading

February 7, 2010
by rbisson
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Affordable skiing for the family

Do you remember, before you had children, going skiing for the day? Lift tickets were expensive at $40-$50+ each!  But what a great time we had skiing with family and friends. Now, we have a 9 year-old and a 5 year-old … Continue reading

January 27, 2010
by rbisson
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Building Workshops for Kids

Throughout the winter we have taken our children to Lowe’s home improvement stores for their kid’s Build & Grow clinics. Lowe’s and Home Depot have workshops for kids to build pre-packaged wood sets.  So far at Lowe’s, our boys have built a … Continue reading

December 15, 2009
by Traci Bisson
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Winter family fun in New Hampshire

Now that the weather has gotten colder, our thoughts are turning to sledding, ice skating and other fun winter activities. New Hampshire has plenty of free (or inexpensive) places to sled and skate with your kids this winter.  Bundle up … Continue reading

October 18, 2009
by Traci Bisson
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Children’s Art Expert Offers Pumpkin Decorating and Drawing Ideas That Kids Will Love

If spending hours scooping out seeds and stringy pumpkin isn’t on your list of fun things to do this Halloween, decorating a pumpkin without carving is a fun option.  Forget the knives and break out the permanent markers along with … Continue reading

October 15, 2009
by rbisson
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Local Public Safety Events Celebrated Fire Prevention Week

Every Fall towns all around put on events for Fire Prevention Week. Some are held at the Public Safety Buildings or Fire Stations and some are held at other facilities. The weekend of Oct. 3rd, Rochester, New Hampshire held their event in … Continue reading

October 12, 2009
by Traci Bisson
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Screamer’s Café: Cooking Up Some Fun

My daughters love to help me cook at home, and we were thrilled to learn about Screamer’s Café in Stratham, a family-friendly, casual-style restaurant that offers kids’ cooking classes (as well as great birthday parties). When my girls were as … Continue reading

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