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NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE WEATHER
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New Hampshire Office of Travel & Tourism Development - State Tourist Information Site.
"Whether you're interested in visiting New Hampshire - now or in any season throughout the year - or if you're thinking of relocating, or you just want to get to know the Granite State, this site is designed for you.
New Hampshire combines all of the best features of New England within its borders, in a landscape that includes seacoast, lakes, mountains.
Welcome-and enjoy."
The calendar of events can be reached through their home page.

Lake Sunapee
including Henniker, Bradford, Warner, Sutton, New London, Newbury, Sunapee, Newport, Claremont, Wilmot, Andover, Danbury, Springfield and Grantham.
"The Sunapee Region in New Hampshire offers something for everybody. The towns and villages include Henniker, Bradford, Warner, Sutton, New London, Newbury, Sunapee, Newport, Claremont, Wilmot, Andover, Danbury, Springfield and Grantham. Each has its' own special characteristics and charm."
Calendar of events.
Lincoln-Woodstock
"Great vacations start in Lincoln and Woodstock New Hampshire where two of the most scenic highways in the U.S. meet: Franconia Notch Parkway and the Kancamagus Scenic Byway."
Calendar of events.
Mount Washington Valley
"The sheer beauty of the place is enough to draw you here, but there's more to a Mt. Washington Valley vacation than beauty alone. Some of the finest family attractions in New England."
Calendar of events.
Newberry
"Sports enthusiasts drawn to Newbury include skiers, snowmobilers, boaters, hikers, bikers, and fishermen. Others come -- and many stay -- because they enjoy the unspoiled natural beauty of the surrounding lakes and mountains. "
Event descriptions through their homepage.
Portsmouth
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Calendar of events.
Southern NH Convention and Visitors Bureau.
including Eliot, Greenland, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Seabrook, Kittery, New Castle, Newington, North Hampton, Portsmouth, Rye, and York.
"It's hard to imagine a typical day of leisure in the Seacoast. The list of options and combinations of activities available is endless. It's no wonder that more and more people are discovering the Greater Portsmouth area as a vacation destination as well as a permanent address. For the beach lover, New Hampshire's 18 miles of coastline offer an array of pleasure. Just 20 minutes from Portsmouth is Hampton Beach, the perennial family favorite, with its historic boardwalk and clean, white sand. Summer concerts outdoors at the oceanside bandstand or indoor musical and comedy performances at the Club Casino are also very popular. "
List of events.

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