Paint & Sip - Sea Glass Creations - March 11, 2020 LaBelle Winery, Amherst
Enjoy a wine tasting while receiving instruction on how to make a beautiful piece of art with an assortment of shells, colorful pebbles, sand and sea glass - you'll be amazed at what you create!http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001GotbOJHw3Z5bmaYxV8CnrOwG-iTdySIREN2eV8Ue9G8IV6m5HQp5c6T7JkMeqrwj36DL6I8rPBDg5mvEk9E1T2s3JxxQHW_Jt0PP8MZtit06LLSfsVxpSzBNExdJhmV1EQkBuK6UaVyh3w66JO03nLvQeaYIjVLezgsmQ3U5d_RadrIrykm2WfkLL6FeQW44R0QdSsG0WvvNbHGBSvr93uxWUyxIhEaKN3kXd2AA5Uw=&c=cgwo3Acf0qXe_8-aIBSJN-P8CDn1uJKjJuMij8MonlwjeOx9w5FEGw==&ch=Dj0RYY3Mj49g2c0VJaQ4wD-olXIMe6S5e8Hkrho-O2bb8krkPxThpQ==
Coming up in March at Remick Museum & Farm - March 1, 2020 Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth
Fiber Arts Group; Young Farmers: Maple Syrup; Hillsdale 4-H Dairy Club; Maple Syrup Workshop; Hearthside Dinner; Remick Homeschool classes; NH Maple Weekend Open House; Remick Ramblers - Compasses and Orienteering;
Want to bone up on your cooking chops? Instruction from NH chefs is on the menu - February 2, 2020 Tuscan Market, Portsmouth
Union Leader - PORTSMOUTH -- Beat the winter blues this winter by learning how to cook.
There are a variety of classes offered in the Granite State that cater to couples on their date nights, families looking for a fun birthday party theme and people who want to travel the world through their palates.
At Tuscan Market in downtown Portsmouth, there is a class on Feb. 4 where people can learn how to make hand-stretched mozzarella from scratch. The cost is $28 per person.https://www.unionleader.com/nh/food/learn-to-cook-this-winter-in-nh/article_09ddb5e1-8924-5b7c-8b0f-81185db8aaba.html
New brewery to focus on English-style ales - February 2, 2020 Cask & Vine and Doire Distilling, Derry
Union Leader: The owners of Cask & Vine and Doire Distilling are starting a third venture this spring: brewing their own beer. Daydreaming Brewing Company will be located in the same building as the existing businesses and use a lot of the same equipment. It will focus on low-alcohol English-style ales, both on draft and on cask, according to owners Andy Day and Alana Wentworth.
Day said they hope to be up and running by April, with new taps installed in the front of the distillery space and an interior doorway connecting the tasting room to the adjacent restaurant.https://www.unionleader.com/news/business/new-brewery-to-focus-on-english-style-ales/article_c42a28bd-2857-5190-9cac-78c3235d7b77.html
NH Business Review Q&A with Ted Kitchens - January 31, 2020 Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, Manchester
“People love flying the airport. They like the experience they have out of the airport. It’s something we pride ourselves on and we are trying to enhance every day,” says the director of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.https://www.nhbr.com/qa-with-manchester-boston-regional-airport-director-ted-kitchens/