homes: Nashua, NH Celebrates Spring with Wine, Chocolate & Cheese
- 03/20/15 05:33 AM
Celebrate the first day of spring. There may still be snow on the ground in Nashua, New Hampshire, but don't let that stop you.
Come celebrate at the Chocolate, Wine Cheese Festival Friday, March 20, 2015
6:00pm - 7:30pm or 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Crowne Plaza -2 Somerset Parkway
Nashua, NH 03063
Must be 21 years of age.
Discover the New Hampshire Advantage. New Hampshire was named the Most Livable State in America and the Safest State in America in 2010 and the Second Healthiest State in America.
If you would like more information about Southern New Hampshire real estate, just call, text 603.566.1715 or e-mail RealEstateAgentNH@gmail.
homes: Walktoberfest - Fall Festival for Pets & Fundraiser~ Humane Society
- 10/05/12 12:43 AM
~ WALKTOBERFEST ~ Attention all Humans and their Furry Friends! The Humane Society for Greater Nashua invites you and your furry friends to the welcome fall at the popular pet-friendly Walktoberfest (Walk-a-Thon).
When: October 6, 2008 - Saturday -rain or shine
Where: Anheuser-Busch Brewery in Merrimack, NH
Time: 9:00-12:00 Walk-a-Thon - registration at 9:00 (Pet must be currently vaccinated and leashed)
10:00 Dog walk begins
Cost: $5.00/person ~ kids 11 years & under are Free. Admission is free if you collect a Walk-a-thon Pledge.
Proceeds: To benefit the Humane Society for Greater Nashua
Walktoberfest features a morning dog walk. There will be 40 pet-friendly
homes: Happy Holidays from New Hampshire - Tips on Winterizing Your Pets
- 12/04/11 01:46 AM
Holiday Greetings From New Hampshire
It's time to get your pet ready for the winter and the holiday season.
The holidays can be a stressful time for both humans and their pets. Here are a few tips and reminders to make the holiday season enjoyable for you and your pet.
Don't use glass ornaments. They may break and cut a your pet's feet and mouth.
No edible ornaments. Your dog or cat may knock the tree over in an attempt to grab them.
Whether your tree is live or ornamental, both kinds of needles are sharp and indigestible.
Keep the tree in
homes: New Hampshire 3d Wicked Wine and Brew Celebration
- 09/09/11 04:59 PM
New Hamsphire is celebrating The Wicked Wine & Brew Fest for the 3rd year. It will be held at Mel's Funway Park in Litchfield, NH on September 10, 2010 from 2-6 p.m.
Local musicians, artisans, and vendors will also be on hand to entertain. Enjoy Baza Blues and Hot Like Fire as you sample the New England wines and Beers.
The premere wineries from all over New England will be participating. Here is a partical list
LaBelle WineryAmherst, NH Haunting Whisper VineyardsDanbury, NH Moonlight MeaderyLondonderry, NH Silver Mountain Ciders and WinesLempster, NH For those who connoisseurs of beer, you will be
homes: Merrimack, New Hampshire Ranks in top 100 Places to Live
- 08/16/11 02:32 PM
CNN/Money Magazine recently released its 100 top places to live and Merrimack, New Hampshire was ranked 86 out of 100!
Merrimack, NH offers its citizens a unique quality of life experience not found in many areas. The population was 25,494 at the 2010 census, making it the eighth-largest municipality in New Hampshire. Residents enjoy life in a small town yet have access to the many conveniences found in larger cities. Merrimack, NH is conveniently located near the state’s two largest cities; it is just north of Nashua (also named as one of the top 100 places to live in 1987 and 1997)
homes: New Hampshire Thaws and Spring is in the Air
- 03/12/11 01:28 AM
This weekend is the beginning of Daylight Saving Time for 2011.
The snow is melting in So. New Hampshire and everyone seems to have SPRING FEVER.
The FIRST SIGNS of SPRING FEVER are noticeable ~ people are smiling and there is an air of optimism which was buried under all the snow!
This Sunday, March 13th, we spring ahead as we begin of Daylight Saving time.
States are not required by law to adopt daylight saving time. However, if a state does adopt daylight saving time, beginning in 2007, daylight saving time officially begins on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday
homes: Hudson New Hampshire - Old Home Days
- 08/12/10 06:46 AM
Hudson Old Home Days begins today, Thursday Aug. 12th and runs through Sunday Aug. 15th and will be held on the grounds of the Hills House located on Route 102 across from Alvirne High School.
This is a fun-filled event for the entire family. There will be a carnival, food, games,music and exhibits and much much more!
5:00 - 8:00 State Police Exhibits, Humane Society of Greater Nashua and Historic Hills Tours for $2. 5:00 - 10 PM Food, exhibits, vendors and carnival (check pay one price wrist bands) 6:00 - Karoke with Disco
homes: Amherst New Hampshire ~ A Quaint New England Town
- 08/03/10 05:39 AM
Welcome to Amherst New Hampshire
~ A Quaint New England Town ~
Amherst, New Hampshire is a beautiful New England town located approximately 10 miles west of Nashua, New Hampshire, and as of the 2006 census had approximately 11,566 residents.
Amherst has a beautiful historic district. Many homes and buildings are well preserved in the center of town and the original details and designs can be enjoyed while taking a stroll through the Amherst Village.
In 1728 Amherst was chartered as Narragansett No. 3 and it later was called Souhegan No. 3. In January 1760, it was chartered as Amherst
homes: New Hampshire Farmer's Markets -- What's in Season?
- 07/22/10 03:24 AM
What's in Season?
New Hampshire, the "Live Free or Die" state boasts over 75 farmer's markets throughout the state.
I love the idea of buying and eating locally. The fruits and vegetables are fresh and the fragrance of the flowers is delicious.
Buying locally at a New Hampshire Farmer's Market also supports our local farmers and helps grow the New Hampshire economy.
You can locate a farmer's market and discover what is in season at the NH Farmer's Market Association website.
Don't these fruits, vegetables and flowers look inviting? Stop by a local Farmer's Market and enjoy the bounty of the season!
homes: New Hampshire Home Sales Increase 10% in June 2010
- 07/19/10 07:07 AM
According to data released by the New Hampshire Association of REALTORS® (NHAR), New Hampshire home sales and prices continued to increase in June, compared to June 2009,
The 1,289 statewide residential home sales in June 2010 marked a 10 percent increase over the 1,171 sold in June 2009.
The 5,284 homes sold over the first six months of this year represented an 18 percent increase over the same period in 2009.
The residential median price was $229,000 in June of this year. This is a 2 percent increase from June 2009.
The median price of residential sales January-June 2010
homes: Nashua NH ranks in top 100 Places to Live in America!
- 07/14/10 09:44 AM
Money Magazine named Nashua, New Hampshire as one of the top 100 best places to live in America.
Moreover, Nashua, New Hampshire is the only city to get the No. 1 ranking as the BEST PLACE to LIVE IN AMERICA in Surveys by Money Magazine twice (1987 & 1997).
The Nashua-Manchester corridor was ranked # 9 by Forbes in April 2010. It was noted that the Nashua-Manchester corridor had low crime rates and low unemployment rates.
In 2007, the Morgan Quinto Press ranked Nashua as the 27th safest City in the US and in 2008 New Hampshire was selected as the most LIVABLE STATE!
homes: New Hampshire Celebrates Maple Season
- 03/12/10 11:46 PM
One of my favorite places to visit in New Hampshire is Parker's Maple Barn. Parker's Maple Barn is a family owned business which began in the 1960s with a small Sugar House.
Today, Parker's Maple Barn is a very popular gathering place. You will enjoy the restaurant, a visit to the operating sugar house and attending the seasonal traditional POW WOWS.
The barn was built in 1782 in Milford, New Hampshire. It was known as "The Laurels". In the ‘60s it was dismantled and rebuilt in the quaint town of Mason, New Hampshire.
The restaurant at Parkers is always overlfowing with delicious food
homes: Hollis New Hampshire - Fall is Around the Corner
- 09/27/09 01:17 PM
Sunday -- time to take a deep breath and enjoy the fall foilage in Hollis, New Hampshire
DO YOU ENJOY FOUR SEASONS????? Then, come to HOLLIS, New Hampshire.
Come to New Hampshire .... New Hampshire was chosen as the Most Livable State in America! and the Third Healthiest State in America!
Disclaimer: Information herein may come from various sources, some of which may not be reliable and may change without any notice. Joan Whitebook does not guarantee or is any way responsible for the accuracy of the information in this blog and information provided is without warranties of
homes: Amherst, New Hampshire - Black Forest Café wins 2009 Best of NH Award
- 07/14/09 05:23 AM
CONGRATULATIONS to The BLACK FOREST
The Black Forest, located in Amherst, New Hampshrie, was awarded the New Hampshire Magazine 2009 Best of New Hampshire Award for the Best Cookie and Best Desert Café!
Bruce and Martha Walters are the owners of the Black Forest. They have a unique philosophy... All foods are hand made from scratch on the premises every day using fresh, local, natural ingredients!
The Black Forest specializes comfort foods with a creative twist!
The Black Forest opened on November 25, 1988 at Salzberg Square in Amherst where it remained for 10 years. The Black Forest was an immediate favorite
homes: Nashua New Hampshire – Annual Folk Festival – Greeley Park
- 08/22/08 04:29 PM
If you love folk music in the park, you are in for a treat. Next Saturday and Sunday (August 30 and 31), the Second Annual Folk Festival will be held in Greeley Park, Nashua, New Hampshire.
The folk festival is Free!
Craig Ferreira and Chris Michaus, natives of New Hampshire had the vision to launch a folk festival in Nashua. They had the good fortune of meeting Richie Havens who told them "It's your turn."
Craig and Chris took Richie Haven's comment to heart. They wanted to promote local artists.
According to their mission statement, Craig and Chris set out to make the
homes: Hollis, New Hampshire ~ A Quaint New England Town
- 08/02/08 02:03 PM
Welcome to Hollis New Hampshire
Hollis, New Hampshire is a beautiful small, country town accented by rolling hills and small farms. While Hollis has experienced growth over the past decade, it still remains an agricultural producing area attracting people from miles away to sample fresh produce.
Hollis was part of the 1673 land grant called the Dunstable Grant. When it was later divided, then governor Benning Wentworth, named the western part "Holles" after his ancestor, John Holles, Earl of Clare. It was charted in 1746 and it became known as "Hollis," named after Thomas Hollis, a supporter of Harvard College
homes: Holiday House Tours - Nashua New Hampshire
- 11/29/07 03:08 PM
This is a holiday event I don't want to miss.
The Friends of the Nashua symphony are inviting the public to attend the 21st Annual Holiday House Tour.
You can usher in the season by visiting several homes throughout Nashua, New Hampshire that have been professionally decorated for the holidays. I have been told that the homes will range from a Victorian to a "green" home which has been remodeled.
The Tour will end with complimentary refreshments, holiday music and a gift boutique at Langdon Place.
Some of the decorators for this year's tour are April Colby of Nashua; Marlene Bennett of Nashua; Tout le
homes: THERE AIN'T NO BUGS ON ME
- 07/26/07 01:44 AM
I don't know if this has ever happened to you, but this was a first for me!
I was showing a home in Merrimack, New Hampshire to a young couple and their two year old son who were relocating to New Hampshire. We will call their son Kevin. The Buyers were interested in the home so we were there for a little over a half an hour. This was the first home on our list.
Kevin announced that he needed to make a pit stop so we decided to go the the McDonalds that had a play station