8th Annual Cruise In to the Wright

8th Annual Cruise In to the Wright

Saturday, August 21 from 10am – 2pm.

Come and visit this fun event! Check out antique cars, hot rods, and motorcycles, plus enjoy live music from the Bel-Airs. Food will also be available to purchase from MacDaddy’s Rollin’ Smoke BBQ food truck. Regular museum admission admits visitors to both the Car Show and the Wright Museum (we are part of the Blue Star Museum program).

Handicap parking is available on-site. Parking for additional visitors is available in the Wolfeboro municipal lots, just a short walk down Center St. or the Bridge Falls Path. For a map of municipal parking lots, click here.

Only the first 75 vehicles will be allowed into the show. You can register your vehicle online at www.wrightmuseum.org. You also can contact us by e-mailing Donna Hamill at donna.hamill@wrightmuseum.org or by calling her at 603-569-1212. There is a non-refundable $10 registration fee for each vehicle. Cars and motorcycles must be at least 25 years old.

8th Annual Pack & Boots 5K & 1 Mile Survival Run

8th Annual Pack & Boots 5K & 1 Mile Survival Run on Sunday, July 4, 8am in Portsmouth, NH. Registration Options include a 1 Mile Survival Run @ $30 and Participant must provide his/her own pack with approximately 10% of your body weight. A 5K Run/Walk @ $30. And BOTH Survival Run & 5K @ $45. If you want to participate but can’t due to location or time, join us virtually! Check out https://vetscount.org/nh/events/  for more info!

Save a Pet; Save a Vet M/C Rally Ride and Car Show

Save a Pet; Save a Vet M/C Rally Ride and Car Show on Saturday, September 18, 2021: Check in opens at 10 am Kickstands Up – 11 am. Starting at Tailgate Tavern, 28 Portsmouth Ave, Stratham. With Picnic Lunch  Following the Ride at Gibb’s Garage, 3612 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth Cost: Participant $25 * Additional rider $10 Just Lunch $10 * Kids Under 10 FREE! Register Today at https://www.anniesangels.org/

Piscataqua Company Encampment in South Berwick

Piscataqua Company Encampment in South Berwick


South Berwick, Maine- Old Berwick Historical Society will be hosting the Piscataqua Company reenactors on Saturday, June 12 from 10am-4pm at Counting House Park, next door to their Counting House Museum at 2 Liberty Street.

A presentation of Harmon’s Company of Snowshoemen, this historical encampment represents the settlers along the Piscataqua River, 1623-1640, including Dover, Portsmouth, NH, “Old” Berwick, York, and Kittery, ME. Unlike the Pilgrims at Plymouth and the Boston area under the Massachusetts Bay Company, these were not Puritans seeking freedom to worship as they wanted, they were men under contract by landed proprietors to establish economically viable communities. There was a focus on fishing, salting, lumbering, and trade. Part of their responsibility included defense of the communities. The Piscataqua Company attempts to remember those men and women who first settled New Hampshire and Maine.


The society’s Counting House Museum will be open during the encampment from 10am-4pm. Encampment and Museum admission is free to the public, donations are gratefully accepted. Social distancing measures and masks are still encouraged.


This season, the Counting House Museum will be open June-October on Saturdays from 1pm-4pm and by appointment. Admission is free. More information is available by calling 207-384-0000 or at www.oldberwick.org.


John Paul Jones Historic House opens

John Paul Jones Historic House opens Friday May 28th. The garden at the John Paul Jones House is open the publicall you have to do is open the gate to enjoy a walk through the flowers or a picnic on the lawn. Located at 43 Middle St on the corner of State St.

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