One highlight is Spring On The Farm on Saturday, June 8, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth. At this event on the museum’s historic grounds, attendees can experience up-close meet and greets with goat-kids, lambs, sheep, piglets and a calf. Other farmyard activities include Farm Olympics, making hand-churned butter, an herbal remedies Boo-Boo Station, crafts, face painting and more.
“We call this our cutest event of the year,” said Dawne Gilpatrick, marketing coordinator at the museum. “With adorable baby animals and our beautiful fresh-air setting, it’s a pretty special way to celebrate spring.”
On Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m.– 4 p.m., Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm will host its annual New Hampshire Appreciation Day.
“We are so thankful for the support shown to the museum by the people of New Hampshire,” added Gilpatrick. “Offering free admission to year-round residents is one way we can show our gratitude. We look forward to a fantastic turnout that day.”
In nearby Wolfeboro, Wright Museum will host Comedy Night with Tom Hayes as headliner. Performing everywhere from comedy clubs to corporations, clinics and classrooms, Hayes is a nationally recognized comedian, magician, impostor, writer, entrepreneur, and motivational and keynote speaker.
“We are thrilled to have Tom here,” said Wright Museum Executive Director Mike Culver. “it should be a lot of fun.”
On Saturday, June 29, the New Hampshire Boat Museum opens for its season, an occasion punctuated by big news.
“We are in the midst of an ambitious Capital Campaign and hope to break ground on a new facility in downtown Wolfeboro in the near future,” said Executive Director Martha Cummings. “Our current facility will have a new roof put on by then and we plan expanded programs throughout the summer. We are excited for a big year.”
Other highlights in June include kids programs and art exhibits at The Libby in Wolfeboro, music nights and open air landscape art at Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough, and more.
“There is so much to see, do and experience on The Trail in June,” said Cummings. “You won’t go home disappointed.”