4th of July at Salisbury Beach MA

Come Celebrate 4th of July at Salisbury Beach, MA. Enjoy a campfire & sing a long with Rudy at 8 PM and roast marshmallows. All FREE!! Fireworks follow at 10:15 PM and they are now Confirmed to go on. See You on the beach at the end of Broadway Mall, Salisbury Beach.

Visit www.salsiburybeachinfo.com for all your summer family fun information. Visit nearby Hamptonbeach.com for More vacationing information.

Come and enjoy the majestic views of the Annual Hampton Beach Catamaran Regatta ending today. Located just next to the Statue you can watch the race and see the spectacular boats.

Musical Chairs 2012 World Champtionship

Musical Chairs World Championship-Amesbury Sports Park

Come break the record for the largest game of Musical Chairs!! 2012 Musical Chairs World Championship & Festival at Amesbury Sports Park June 16, 2012.

1st place $10,000

THERE IS NO ONSITE PARKING FOR THIS EVENT!

Parking is at Seabrook Greyhound Park

319 New Zealand Rd.

Seabrook, NH 03874

Show up early – late comers cannot play!

Parking $10 . A free shuttle will bring you to the event and back.

NOW THROUGH JUNE 8, 2012:  BUY ONE MUSICAL CHAIRS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TICKET, GET A FREE BEER TICKET FOR THE MUSICAL CHAIRS EVENT ON JUNE 16THPLUS A FREE ADMISSION TO THE 6TH ANNUAL BREW FEST ON SEPTEMBER 22!

Visit http://www.amesburysportspark.net/musical%20chairs%20world%20championship.html for tickets and additional information. What fun!

Water Country – Best Season Ever!

Water Country, Portsmouth NH

2012 Season Opens June 9th

Portsmouth, NH (June 6, 2012) – Best season ever? That’s the goal this season at Water Country! The mild winter has been perfect for Water Country as it allowed plenty of time for all the great new things for the coming season including construction of the brand new slide, DR. VON DARK’S TUNNEL OF TERROR! You’re not afraid of the dark, are you? Find out when you plunge into the screaming blackness of Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror. Riders will sit face-to-face in a 2-person tube then descend into a twisting 40-foot plunge through a totally enclosed, totally dark tunnel. A true work of evil genius, it’s a 300 foot trip into the dark side of thrills. Dr. Von Dark’s Tunnel of Terror is the park’s newest ride, and the first of its kind with audio and visual elements built into the attraction itself, you won’t know what to expect as you travel through the pure dark attraction at high speed.

Dr. Von Dark's Tunnel of Terror

If total darkness isn’t your thing, rest assured that you can kick-back and relax in a tube as you travel around the quarter mile long Adventure River. Put your feet up and enjoy the ride.  Or take a dip into New England’s largest wave pool – the Giant Wave Pool is 700,000 gallons of pure fun. Race a friend on the Double Dive Boggan – the park’s mat slide racer. Or grab your family and ride the rapids of the large 4-person raft rides on Thunder Falls or Wild Canyon. Water Country’s smaller guests will love all there is to do as they slide down the arms of Ollie the Octopus, or climb, slide and cross the bridges on one of the many features of the Tahiti Treehouse – but beware of the 1,000 gallon water drop bucket that splashes over the entire attraction ever few minutes. Kids and parents alike always enjoy themselves as they try to dodge the inevitable soaking that awaits them.

2012 Single day tickets and Season Passes are available online at www.watercountry.com or at the park during daily operating hours. Season Passes come with a number of pass holder only benefits including a Bring-A-Friend-Free ticket! And at just $59.99, a Water Country Season Pass will pay for itself in less than two visits! Price goes up July 1st, so don’t wait – buy yours today!

 Water Country offers free parking (Preferred Parking for a fee is available as well for those who choose) and free lifejacket usage.  With discounted group rates,this season means that Water Country is always an affordable option for a full day of fun!

Looking for a shady area to call your own for the day while visiting Water Country? Rent a Cabana for the day! Cabanas provide a place to gather, relax and deem your meeting place for the whole family. Featuring a small table, chairs and new this season, waiter service with an exclusive Cabana only menu of items to choose from!The cabana menu offers a variety of deliciousness ranging from snacks, to wraps and even a pre-stocked cooler of ice-cold Coca-Cola products to help quench your thirst after a full day of playing in the sun.  Cabanas can be reserved online for as low as $85 each at watercountry.com.

Water Country is located in Portsmouth, NH (just 3 miles south of the Portsmouth Traffic Circle) and is gallons of fun for the whole family. With thrilling rides that get the heart pounding, to attractions perfect for the little ones, Water Country has got fun covered!  Go fast or just relax.  It’s up to you.  With over 26 acres there’s something for everyone. Water Country will open for the weekend starting this Saturday, June 9th, and will begin everyday operations on Thursday, June 14th. For hours and prices, visit watercountry.com.

Water Country is a Palace Entertainment owned and operated park; Palace hosts over 13 million visitors annually at 40 locations in the USA, with 8 theme parks, 11 water parks and 21 family entertainment centers and is the largest operator of water parks and family entertainment centers in the nation. Be sure to check out our nearby sister-parks, Story Land in Glen, NH and Lake Compounce in Bristol, CT. Admission discounts available to Water Country Season Pass holders!

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It’s $14.5 million renovation is over; Hampton Beach NH

Found this brief video on the renovations of Hampton Beach, NH which we found interesting and wanted to share with you all.

It’s $14.5 million renovation is over; officials expect an increase in visitors by NECN.

http://www.necn.com/searchNECN/search/v/57016720/hampton-beach-nh-kicks-off-memorial-day-weekend.htm

 

Visit Hamptonbeach.com for updates and information on Hampton Beach NH.

Cruise In Nights at Seabrook Park

Cruise In Nights begin At Seabrook Park. Come and join in the family fun. BBQs, 50/50 raffles and giveaways. 5PM – 8PM every other Thursday through September 20th. For more information contact Seabrook Park at 603.474.3065 or send an email. No rain dates.

Schedule is

May 31st

June 14th & 28th

July 12th & 26th

Aug. 9th & 23rd

Sept. 6th & 20th

Family fun for all ages!

 

 

Salisury MA Memorial Day Parade

Salisbury MA announces the Memorial Day Parade. The parade is scheduled to leave the Salisbury Fire Station at 10 00 AM sharp. The Parade will head South on Route 1 to Salisbury Square then East on Beach Road to the the Catholic Church turning South onto Ferry Road then West on to Pleasant Street and then North on Route 1 to Salisbury Green where the Memorial Ceremony will take place at about 11 00 AM.

Memorical Day Ceremony Rye, NH

2012 Rye Memorial Day Ceremony and Parade

On Monday, May 28, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. the Town of Rye will conduct a Memorial Day Ceremony at Central Cemetery.  The Ceremony will begin with a parade from the Veterans Monument ending on the green at Central Cemetery.  Participating in the parade will be New Hampshire Police Association Pipes and Drums, the Rye Junior High Band, the Rye Police and Fire Departments, Veterans, Girl and Boy Scouts, horses and vintage fire trucks.

The Guest Speaker is Bruce Valley, Veteran.  Music will be provided by Karrie Burnett and the Rye Junior High Marching Band.  Awards will be presented to the winners of the Poster and Writing Contests from the Rye Elementary and Junior High Schools.  The winning posters will be available for viewing and the winning poems and essays will be read.  Rye Clergy will say the Invocation and the Benediction.  Immediately after the ceremony, refreshments will be provided by the Rye Historical Society.

The Town of Rye has lost Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Merchant Seamen in armed conflicts, including 38 lost in the American Revolution.  The Town also remembers on this occasion those Firemen and Police Officers who were lost in the line of duty.  In view of the ongoing War on Terrorism, all residents are encouraged to attend the Memorial Day Ceremony.

All veterans are invited to march in the parade. You do not have to be a member of a veteran organization to participate.  Those with physical limitations may sit among fellow veterans during the ceremony.

In the event of rain, the Ceremony will be held in the fellowship hall of the Rye Congregational Church, 580 Washington Road in Rye.  For more information, contact Lee Arthur at 964-6281.

Chief Maloney Memorial Run Walk

More than 1,300 people have signed up for Sunday’s 4/29/12 memorial run in honor of slain Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney.

The Chief Maloney Memorial Charity Run/Walk kicks off at the Portsmouth police station at 10 a.m. Participants will trek 5.6 miles from the Portsmouth police station to the Greenland police station.

The idea for the event to honor Maloney, who was killed in the line of duty April 12, came to Portsmouth police officer Bob Lukacz days after the tragedy. All proceeds will benefit the Michael Maloney Family Trust.

Lukacz said he sent an e-mail to his fellow officers to see who would join him in a run to blow off some steam in the wake of the shooting and at the same time pay tribute to Maloney. Lukacz hoped to get about 15 people to go for a run, but the event has become much larger. Continue reading…

For more information or to sign up visit www.millenniumrunning.com/Pages/ChiefMaloney.aspx.

“Behind the Scenes” Refuge Tour

Sunday April 22nd 1:00 pm

Wednesday, April 25th at 9:30 am

Saturday,  April 28th at 9:30 am

Sunday, April 29th at 1:00 pm.

Join a refuge ranger for a behind the scenes tour of Parker River National Wildlife Refuge. Tour will be conducted via refuge van, with several brief “drive by” stops along the way. The tour will present an “up close and personal” look at the refuge through the multiple lenses of the cultural history of Plum Island and the Great Marsh, native wildlife and their habitats, and the role of refuge management in the
conservation of these precious natural resources. Participants will visit areas on the refuge otherwise closed to the public. This guided two hour program is most appropriate for adults. Binoculars and/or a camera are recommended but not required. Meet the ranger in the lobby of the refuge visitor center. Each session is limited to 10 participants. Advance registration is required for this program, as enrollment is limited to 10 people per tour. Be advised that individual tours may be subject to cancellation. Please call (978) 465-5753 to register.
*Please note: Those who call and leave messages after hours, your registration is not confirmed until having received a confirmation call back from a refuge staff member.