Take a coastal drive today to Your favorite Beach Ice Cream & Lobster Roll spot Open through Oct. 23rd –

The Beach Plum, 17 Ocean Boulevard, North Hampton, NH – a favorite from folks near and far, remains open through Sunday, Oct. 23rd until 7PM. Be sure to take your coastal drive, while this weather is still magnificent, and stop by for your favorite lobster roll, clam chowder, or a quart of your favorite Richardson’s Ice Cream – While enjoying the majestic view of the Atlantic Ocean. Voted Best Lobster Roll in NH for over five years in a row.

Open daily 12PM – 7PM

SCREEEMFEST Haunts Canobie Lake Park Now – Oct. 30

SCREEEMFEST Haunts Canobie Lake Park Sept. 24 – Oct. 30

Two New Haunts for 2016, rides, games, ROCKtoberfest, a petting zoo and much more.

SALEM, NH – Canobie Lake Park in Salem, New Hampshire, is the place to be for “screeems,” thrills and chills during the Park’s SCREEEMFEST event, each weekend from September 24 through October 30. Canobie offers one of the best varieties of fall entertainment in all of New England.

There’s fun by day with rides, games and plenty of family-friendly options, including a petting zoo on Saturday and Sunday afternoons through October 23rd. Then at night, SCREEEMFEST adds fear to all that fun through October 30th with five terrifying haunted houses, including two NEW haunts this year: Carnivus where evil clowns still rule the long-dead carnival, and Virus: Quarantine, where no one is immune. There are roaming “monsters” and a monster parade throughout the park, Halloween-themed games and much more.

You can also enjoy a variety of live entertainment at no additional charge during SCREEMFEST. Canobie’s ROCKtoberfest event features a different legendary rock tribute band each weekend during SCREEEMFEST featuring professional touring bands. Also appearing is the live and freaky “SwingShift SideShow,” performing strange feats of physical daring that are truly not for the faint of heart.

A “Tribute to the Life and Legacy of Prince” show will be presented from September 24 to October 10, while “Tribute to Michael: Ghosts,” will thrill audiences from October 14 to October 30.

One low admission price for Canobie Lake Park SCREEEMFEST includes all haunted houses, operating rides, ROCKtoberfest, the Petting Zoo, live entertainment and more. For Park hours, show schedules, directions and information about group discounts, visit canobie.com.

Halloween in Kennebunk & Kennebunkport Maine 2016

Halloween in Kennebunkport and Kennebunk is freakishly fun, for kids and for kids that never grew up. Just drive around town and see the crazy, scary, silly scarecrows for a hint of how spirited the Kennebunks can be. If you’ve never seen Summer Street decorated in the dark on Hallow Eve you’re in for a treat or trick.

Here are some haunted happenings in Kennebunkport and Kennebunk this Halloween 2016:

For Families: Oct 16 Sunday is the 7th annual Wicked 5k Fun Run/Walk– costumes are encouraged for this fun run through the streets of Kennebunkport. Open to everyone, with amazing prizes and give-a-ways, most everyone leaves with something. Entry fee is $25 in advance, there is even a Kids popular 1K Fun Run for $5. The Wicked 5k benefits the Animal Welfare Shelter.

For Adults:

Oct 20 Thursday is the GHOST SHIP party on board the Spirit. Your $30 admission is for a spooky spirited night of chilling tales, creepy decorations, costumes, and wicked cocktails. Two signature cocktails and appetizers are included for each admission, 6-9pm

Old Vines Wine Bar is celebrating Halloweekend October 28 – 30 with spooky drink specials and craft cocktails plus Old Vines Dress Up and Drink Party. So trick or drink people, get your boo’s on at Old Vines this weekend.

Thursday Oct 27 is Local Dish’s Halloween Party at One Dock Prime, Kennebunkport Inn – 7-10pm Costumes are encouraged during this fun night of music with Ocean Ave band featuring our local starlet Lisa Mills. This ghoulish good time includes happy hour prices, monster mashing and prizes for best costumes!

The Kennebunk Farmers Market on Halloween Weekend Saturday so get your pumpkins, ghourds and squash, plus farm raised fresh produce, harvest veggies, organic beef, and homemade goodies!
Halloween weekend is Mabel’s Lobster Claw last hurrah ~that’s not a Halloween event per se but its frightening that they won’t be open again till spring, so get your Lobster Savannah ~ bwah ha ha.

For the Kids:

Kennebunks’ Chamber invites kids to Trick-or-Treat in downtown Kennebunk, Lower Village and Kennebunkport Dock Square businesses Oct 31 from 4 -6 pm. Participating shops and businesses will have a pumpkin sign on their door or window indicating they welcome trick or treaters. Be sure to thank these local business for having your little ghosts and goblins for a fun safe candy spree!

Halloween Night – Summer Street
is the scariest place to be. Residents of the historic Victorian homes and mansions decorate with spider webs, ghosts and graveyards, strobe lights and scary skeletons to see if your kids are brave enough to beg for candy. Summer Street trick or treating is a spooky spectacular not to be missed. Rumor is many of these centuries old homes are haunted. Halloween is certainly wicked popular here!

Sunday November 6 is the Nonantum Wedding Show – that’s awkward, but one man’s wedding is another‘s nightmare, lol. Nonantum’s Wedding Show is 11-4 with free admission, prizes, tastings and music with over 30 vendors from caterers to cakes, tents to flowers, djs to photographers.

Sunday November 6 is also time to Fall Back, set your clock back an hour for Daylight Savings at 2am…enjoy that extra hour of sleep cause its going to be dark when you wake.

Wishing all the little ghouls and goblins a spirited, spooky but safe Halloween in Kennebunkport &Kennebunk Maine!

Photos and Content Copyright KennebunkportMaineLodging.com 2016

Newburyport’s Great Pumpkin Lighting & Stroll 2016

Name: Newburyport’s Great Pumpkin Lighting & Stroll 2016
Date: October 15, 2016
Time: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

Event Description:

This annual family-friendly event will take place on Saturday, October 15th, from 5-8 PM in Market Square. Families are encouraged and invited to bring their own jack-o-lantern. Don’t want to deal with the mess at home? Pumpkin carving takes place in Market Square from 3-5PM. Bring your own pumpkin and create your masterpiece! Tools provided. Pumpkin carving sponsored by Partridge in a Bear Tree and Newburyport Macaroni Kid. Inn Street will have activities for the kids from 5pm-7pm including crafts from Newburyport Macaroni Kid and Street Theater by Theater in the Open.

Activities in Market Square start at 5PM. Pumpkins will be lit and placed on the stage in Market Square for all to enjoy! Each family will receive a votive candle that will be lit all at once at dusk.

After the lighting, attendees are encouraged to stroll the downtown and Tannery to “ooh and ahh” at all the pumpkins designed by local businesses! At the end of the evening families are asked to take their pumpkins home for safe keeping.

This event is brought to you by the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce and our retail members!

Event Media:

Trick or Treat NH Seacoast Towns

Trick or Treat for NH Seacoast Towns are as follows:

Hampton Falls, NH Monday, October 31, 2016; 5-7 p.m.

Hampton, NH Monday, October 31, 2016 from 5:30-8 p.m.

North Hampton, NH Sunday, October 30, 2016; 4-7 p.m.

Portsmouth, NH Sunday, October 30, 2016; 5-8 p.m.

Portsmouth, NH Halloween Parade Monday, October 31, 2016 at 7 p.m.

Rye, NH Sunday, October 30, 2016; 5-7 p.m.

Seabrook, NH Sunday, October 30, 2016; 5:30-7:30 p.m.

The Haunted Hotel Returns to Lamie’s Tavern Oct. 25th & 26th

The Haunted Hotel has become a Hampton custom. Hosted by the Winnacunnet HIgh School Theater Department.

This year the Haunted Hotel is appropriately entitled CarniEvil.

Tickets are only $5.00 p.p. and it is sure to be a frightful experience.

For more information visit http://www.oldsaltnh.com/the-old-salt/promotions/haunted-hotel/

October 25th & 26th from 5PM – 9PM at Lamie’s Inn & Tavern, 490 Lafayette Road, Hampton, NH.

All proceeds benefit Winnacunnet High School Theater Department.

Take a whale watch cruise through Oct. 9th!

The Whale Watching season is not over, just because summer is. Head out on the Atlantic Whale Watch, or Granite State Whale Watch Saturdays and Sundays through October 9th, for a whale of a time.

Atlantic Whale Watch tours leave at 10AM and return approximately 2:30 PM and run through October 9th

Granite State Whale Watch tours leave at 11AM on Saturdays and Sundays and also offer tours on Wednesdays and Fridays leaving at 10AM.

Come and join us and take a tour you will always remember.

Visit Atlantic Whale Watch at http://www.atlanticwhalewatch.com

Visit Granite State Whale Watch at http://granitestatewhalewatch.com

Both are located at scenic Rye Harbor, Rye, NH.

Farr’s Famous Chicken Open for your off season dining

Farr’s Famous Chicken knows that even though peak season is past visitors still love the beach. For your dining pleasure Farr’s has off season hours.

Hours now are: Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 11am – 7pm, Friday and Saturday 11am -8pm. We will open on Saturday Ocrober 2nd at 6am for the Smuttynose Half Marathon serving breakfast sandwiches, coffee, hot chocolate, bananas. Our closing day for the season is Columbus Day. Opening April 2017 for the season.

You can find Farr’s Famous Chicken on the corner of C Street and Ashworth Avenue; 43 Ashworth Avenue.
View the menu at http://www.farrshamptonbeach.com/


Hampton Arts Network’s 7th annual Art Walk September 17 – September 24

The public is invited to take part in the Hampton Arts Network’s 7th annual Art Walk beginning September 17 and running through September 24. Exciting free events will be held in the downtown Hampton area. A variety of artwork & creative items by over a dozen HAN members will be displayed in shops and the windows of Pick’n Cousins, Breaking Bean Coffee, Wicked Sweet Sugar Boutique, Cohen’s Jewelers, Studio 471, Marelli’s Market, All She Wears, Present Perfect, Baron Forrester, Edward Jones, Seacoast Florist, Resee, Woof, People’s Bank and also at Town Hall. Artwork is available for sale and can be purchased by contacting the artist.

Additional events are as follows:

Baron Forrester Wine & Cheese shop, 446 Lafayette Rd will host a sampling party Sept 17 & Sept 24, from 5-8pm. On Sept 19 Marelli’s Market will host a Zentangle pen & ink art class with artist Ann Radwan from 6-7:30

On Sept 21 HAN President Linda Gebhart will give a watercolor mini art class from 6-7:30 at Marelli’s. Classes are limited to 12 students per class. Register at Marelli’s Market 465 Lafayette Rd. The Old Salt will host a “painters at the Bar” on Sept 20 at 6:30 with artist Jody Muller. Fee is $25.00 p.p., must register withmkt.com/painting-buzz. And People’s United Bank, 117 Winnacunnet Rd, will display student’s artwork from the HAN Summer Enrichment Program during regular business hours. On Sept 16 an opening reception will be held from 4:30-5:45.

New this year will be a free drawing for gift baskets located at different shops. Stroll down Lafayette Road, High Street and Winnacunnet Rd to see the work of local artists and enter to win a gift basket or sign up for an art class.

HAN would like to thank the participating businesses for giving artists the opportunity to display their work.

SUP YOGA Rye, Seabrook, Hampton NH

Challenge yourself by taking your yoga to the water. Enjoy the new experience, or revisit the wonderful experience of health and nature combined into one fantastic exercise experience. You do not need to be experienced or have your own SUP board.

Seabrook Harbor – Tuesday, August 9th, 6:30 PM – 7:45 PM. Visit http://sup-yo.com/events/sunset-sup-yoga-seabrook-harbor-10/ for all the details and to register.

Rye Harbor – Sunday, August 14th, 9:30 AM – 10:45AM. Visit http://sup-yo.com/events/rise-shine-sup-yoga-rye-harbor-12/ for all the details and location.

unnamed (4)Includes: Use of board, paddle, life jacket, yoga mat/accessories and instruction by a Certified SUP Instructor.

For August dates and Boston dates and locations click here: www.sup-yo.com

To contact us by email supyoboston@gmail.com, by phone 978-361-5394 (especially if you get lost finding the location).