Spring is in the air, at last! Warmer weather and longer days is enough to make anyone anxious to get out of the house, and there are plenty of great reasons to do that in the coming weeks. Here are a few local events that we’re looking forward to….
March 16-17, 6pm | The Music Hall Loft
In 1962, Alfred Hitchcock and a 30-year-old François Truffaut sequestered themselves in a windowless Hollywood office for a weeklong conversation. The result was a book called Hitchcock/Truffaut, an in-depth analysis of Hitchcock’s famous works. Director Kent Jones brings this book to life in this documentary, interviewing cinema greats like Martin Scorsese and David Fincher. Movie buffs, don’t miss out on this one.
March 18-25 | Various Restaurants
There’s a whole lot to love about our local restaurants, and New Hampshire Restaurant Week is an amazing way to explore. Enjoy special menus from top restaurants all over the state, like the historic ffrost Sawyer Tavern at the Three Chimneys Inn or brunchtime favorite The Friendly Toast. Dig in!
March 31, 7pm | The Music Hall Loft
Mokoomba is an award-winning band from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Their sound is vibrant and eclectic, combining their traditional Tonga and pan-African music cultures with dashes of rap, ska, soukous and Afro-Cuban music. Get ready to dance!
April 2-3 | Whittemore Center Arena, Durham
If you need inspiration for your next home renovation or gardening project, this event has it all. See the latest products and services available for building and remodeling, green living, landscaping, and so much more. Plus, shop their artisan market, take a seminar, or watch cooking demos from top local chefs.
Are you planning on attending one of these fantastic local events? Is there anything you would add to this list? Let us know in the comments!