With extraordinary decorations and Yuletide cheer, the Glen Manor House will be open to the public at the annual Christmas Open House event this weekend.
With the holidays fast approaching in the calendar, there are many events happening this busy holiday weekend in Portsmouth.
What were you doing during history’s most turbulent events? Learn how oral history projects help us preserve our national histories at this presentation.
A large crowd gathered outside the Portsmouth Free Public Library Sunday evening to greet Santa Claus and witness the Christmas tree lighting.
Hop aboard the Train to Santa’s Workshop weekly on Saturdays and Sundays, starting Saturday, Dec. 3, from Willow Lane in Portsmouth.
From a Christmas tree lighting with Santa to musical performances, there’s plenty to see and do in Portsmouth this weekend.
The family of the late Malcolm ‘Mac’ Chrupcala is raising funds for a memorial fund to benefit both students of music and animals in need.
The Preservation Society is offering free admission for Christmas at the Newport Mansions this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, for Newport County residents.
A Gathering of Fiddlers and Fishermen returned Saturday evening, Nov. 19, to a packed house at Common Fence Music, located on Anthony Road, Portsmouth.
From a Gathering of Fiddlers and Fishermen to a Portuguese dinner and dance, there’s plenty to do in and around Portsmouth this weekend.
A Gather of Fiddlers and Fishermen will once again return this weekend to Portsmouth with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. in Common Fence Point.
We could all use a break and election relief. Here’s a look at 5 (non-election related) things happening in Portsmouth this weekend.
The Portsmouth Abbey School will hold its fall play, “Diary of Anne Frank,” on Sunday, Nov. 13, at the school on Cory’s Lane.
Whether it’s supporting local arts or standing up for water rights, there’s many events happening for a good (if not great) cause this weekend.
Common Fence Point will hold its annual “Rock the Block: Halloween Party and Costume Parade” this Monday, Oct. 31, at the community hall.
From Escobar’s Corn Maze to pumpkin-picking at Quonset Farm, there’s plenty of events to “fall” in love with this weekend in Portsmouth.