Celebrate the Fourth this year with some old fashioned family fun at the historic Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth...
July 4, 2011 10 am - 5 pm.
In addition to the annual children's bike and wagon parade, the giant kite fly, live music, food, games and fun for all, there are some new additions this year:
- US Naturalization Ceremony
- Apple Pie Contest & Raffle
- Meet Abe Lincoln
- Tour a Gundalow River Boat
- Visit an Active Shipyard
- Onsite Archaeology Excavation
The Children's Museum of New Hampshire in Dover will be offering a special holiday half price admission. July 4, 2011 10 am - 5 pm All day admission is just $4
Sunday, July 3, 2011
Portsmouth: South Mill Pond 9:15 pm
Raindate: July 5
UPDATE: City of Portsmouth has
POSTPONED to Tuesday 7/5
Monday, July 4, 2011
Dover: Henry Law Park 9:15 pm
Hampton: Hampton Beach 9:30 pm
Rye: Parsons Field at dusk
Granite State Whale Watch - The Isles of Shoals Fireworks Cruise
A sunset cruise with a narrated tour of all nine islands (learn about buried treasure, Shoals Marine Lab, the ghost of Smuttynose, White Island Lighthouse, and wildlife that make their home on the islands) and then it's off to Hampton to watch the fireworks.
July 4 at 7pm For more info and reservations: Fireworks Cruise
HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY HOLIDAY!!
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