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Events

From county fairs to farm tours to harvest festivals, grower's dinners and so much more, Agriculture Events are the perfect way to get a taste of authentic New Hampshire fun.

View the full calendar of agriculture events online here, or check out the list of ongoing events that run all season long below.

Sawmill Saturdays/Kickin’ it with Legg’s Logs, May - September, last Saturday of the month
1235 NH Rte. 118, Dorchester,  8am-4 pm, 603-786-2319, [email protected], www.facebook.com/leggslogs/.
Come experience working life in Dorchester, NH. Explore our 100+ acre certified tree farm. Watch us mill sustainably harvested trees into quality products.  Woods walk w/access to the dam on S. Branch of the Baker River. Great picnic spot! Fun educational experience for all ages.

Bonsai Arboretum, June - October, by appointment
1000 Woodbury Ave., Portsmouth, 603-957-0141, [email protected]
View a private collection of Bonsai trees grown by our New England nature. Wonderful artistic trees showing all the struggles and glory of our New England environment. Potted and cared for by native plantsmen for 30 years. Nature and Artistry at its best.

“Spread Your Wings” Day Petals in the Pines, June 7 - October 11
126 Baptist Rd. Canterbury, NH.  9am-2 pm. 603-783-0220. [email protected], www.petalsinthepines.com.
Experience nature in a safe, nurturing environment by exploring our natural “activity centers” in our Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom.  We offer fun, creative, unstructured play during “Spread Your Wings” days on most Thursdays. Visit the website for details & admission fee. Certified by the Arbor Day Foundation. *Closed 7/5, 8/9, 9/6.

Guided Tours of the Franklin Pierce Manse, June 12 - October 6
14 Horseshoe Pond Lane, Concord. [email protected], 603-225-4555, www.piercemanse.org.
Home of the 14th President of the United Sates, is open to the public for guided tours June 12-Sept. 1,  Tues.-Sat., 10am-3pm, Fall hours September 7 – October 6 , Fri. -Sat.  Noon-3pm. Adults $7, Seniors $6, Children $3 Families $15.

Self –Guided Garden Tours and “Tale Trails”, Petals in the Pines, June 16 - September 16  
126 Baptist Rd. Canterbury, 603-783-0220, [email protected],   www.petalsinthepines.com.
Meander through our 26 theme gardens –Butterfly, Hummingbird, Fairy, Children’s, Pollinator, and Halloween, to name a few—with a self-guided map and descriptions of our plantings. Kids—hike our” Tale Trails,” and read a special garden/nature theme story on your walk! Donations appreciated. Call for guided adult group garden tours.

Poetry Readings at the Frost Place Museum, June 24 - 27, July -  August 14, July 29 - August 3
158 Ridge Rd. Franconia, NH. June readings 7pm, others at 8.  603-823-5510,  [email protected]     www.frostplace.org 
Experience free poetry readings featuring world –class contemporary poets. All events are open to the public and take place at the Henry Holt Barn at the Frost place. (Robert Frost’s former home in Franconia, NH.)

Beans & Greens Display Gardens,  Beans & Green Farm, July - October 
245 Intervale Road, Gilford, 603-293-2853, www.beansandgreensfarm.com, [email protected] and www.facebook.com/beansandgreensfarm/.
Open daily 9am-6pm,  country-style gardens, flower & herb gardens planted around the farm using many varieties of annual & perennial flowers for you to enjoy.  Cut Your Own flower and herb gardens  open mid-July.roup garden tours.

Veggie Hunt Moulton Farm, July 20 & August 10
18 Quarry Rd. Meredith, 10 am,  603-279-3915. [email protected]www.moultonfarm.com.
Children ages 5 to 9 with a parent or grandparent join our farmer in our fields, learn how vegetables grow and pick them. Cost $12 for first child in a family group and $10 for each additional child in the family group. Vegetables included.  Parent or grandparent accompanying children are free.

The Maize at Sherman Farm, Sept. 15 - Oct. 28
2679 East Conway Rd., Center Conway, 603-939-2412, [email protected], www.shermanfarmnh.com. New Hampshire’s favorite fall event! Corn maze, hayrides, pumpkin picking and much more.

Grand Opening of the 2018 Beans & Greens Farm CORN MAZE, Beans & Green Farm, Mid September
245 Intervale Road, Gilford, 603-293-2853, www.beansandgreensfarm.com, [email protected] and www.facebook.com/beansandgreensfarm/,  (find exact date on our website!) 
New challenges & games in an entirely new maze designed to challenge your wits and common sense!  Don’t miss the fun!  This is the largest Corn Maze in central NH and is open daily for all ages from 10am-5pm. Join us Friday and Saturday evenings from 8-10pm for night-time adventures (night time reservations required) Team Building opportunities are also available in the Corn Maze. Call for ideas! 

Celtic Themed Corn Maze, Coppal House Farm, Sept. 1 - Nov. 4
118 North River Rd., Lee, 603-659-3572, [email protected], www.nhcornmaze.com Mon.- Fri., 12-5pm, Sat-Sun, 10am-5pm.
6.5 acre professionally designed shamrock corn maze. Answer trivia or use your own navigation skills. Public night mazes offered or rent for a private party. Great team building activity. Rain or shine. See website for special events.

Flashlight Corn Maze, Coppal House Farm, Sept. 22; Oct. 6
118 North River Rd., Lee, 603-659-3572, [email protected], www.nhcornmaze.com 7-9 pm
6.5 acre Celtic themed corn maze. Bring your flashlight and friends. When you’re done, join everyone around the bonfire with your complimentary cider and donut.

Corn Maze, Moulton Farm, Late September - Oct. 31
18 Quarry Rd., Meredith, 8am-4pm, daily, 603-279-3915, [email protected], www.moultonfarm.com.
Come get lost in our maze! Fun for the whole family. Our maze is open every day starting at 8 am, with the last admission at 4pm. For admission cost and other information visit our website.

Horse-Drawn Wagon & Sleigh Rides, by reservations, Coppal House Farm, October Weekends
118 North River Rd., Lee.  603-659-3572 [email protected]www.nhcornmaze.com  
Hay/sleigh ride tours of our 78 Acre farm with farmer John and meet the horses that plant the corn maze.  12-5pm for $3 each age 5 and older. By reservation for winter sleigh rides. See website for pricing. Special events offered during sleigh ride season.   

Clough Tavern Christmas- “at the Seaside”, November 23- December 2
23 Clough Tavern Rd., Canterbury, Friday-Saturday: 9am-5pm, weekdays: 11-4, 603-783-4287.  [email protected]   
Enjoy 10 days of Holiday shopping at one of Canterbury‘s oldest historical homes. Explore 4 decorated rooms offering a diversified and eclectic collection by 44 local NH artisans’ confections and creations plus, antiques and more!  Be sure to look for the special 2018 “Seaside” themed items.

Traditional Maple Sugaring, Folsom’s Sugar House, Weekends late February-early April 2019
130 Candia Rd., Chester, 603-370-0908, [email protected], www.folsomsugarhouse.com.
Come enjoy the sights and aromas of a traditional maple sugar house. Free tours of the process offered to visitors. Shop has samples, maple treats, activities. Updates and boiling times are posted on the website and on Facebook.