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Summer Guide 2012

Summer Guide 2012

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Where to stay
Where to eat
What to see
What to do
our40thyear!
yankee homeComing
amesbury days
salisbury beaCh
neW hampshire seaCoast
2012
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Summer guide 2012 
pblished by
amesbury days
Celebrate Amesbry’s small-town spiritat Amesbry Days.
Page 39
yankee homeComing
Newbryport's premier smmer event, Yanee Homecoming, icso in Jly.
Page 4
Cv  J VneWburyport
Yanee Homecoming shines the lighton ‘A Hidden Jewel’ ....................................
4
City will celebrate Coast Gard honorAg. 4..............................................................
8
Explore Port’s maritime pastat Cstom Hose .........................................
10
Madslay Arts Center celebrates 20thseason ............................................................
15
Family entertainment abondsat Theater in the Open ..............................
16
Drama, comedy and msic fllsFirehose this smmer .............................
18
Other smmer events in Newbryport .....
22
birding on plum island
Parer River Rege is home to birds,reptiles and more .......................................
24
Spend the smmer otdoors with Ad-bon Center
.......................................25
plum island beaCh
Plm Island beachesa smmertime delight ...............................
29
salisbury beaCh
Nmeros artists will playat Ble Ocean this smmer......................
32
Free msic, art and frewors retrnto Salisbry Beach......................................
34
boating/kayaking/ fishing
Boating, fshing options aplentyin region ........................................................
36
amesbury
Amesbry Days a smmer tradition .....
39
Carriage Festival celebratestown history .................................................
42
Sports Par will try to brea msicalchairs record ................................................
43
Whittier Home oers tea parties,tors ...............................................................
43
seabrook
Have old-ashioned n at Seabroo’ssmmer celebration...................................
44
portsmouth
Downtown Portsmoth bstles withsmmer estivals, concerts .....................
46
Portsmoth Msic Hallramps p smmer programs ...................
48
hampton beaCh
Seaood, sand and frewors are a drawat Hampton Beach ......................................
50
Ballroom brings rocers, comedians,contry stars to Hampton ........................
52
What to do & see
..........................................................................
54
maps
..........................................................................
60
index
Summer guide 2012Summer guide 2012
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NEWBURYPORT — For those
who live in and around the Clip-per City, nothing is more certainthan Yankee Homecoming.
It’s a certainty that each sum-mer as July turns into August,ood vendors will set up inMarket Square, shops will hostsidewalk sales along State andPleasant streets, and crowds
will descend upon Market Land-
ing Park during the summertime
estival to listen to concerts on
the waterront.This year will be no exception.
Salisbury’s Dave Chretienis serving as the chairmano the 55th annual YankeeHomecoming. He has chosen astheme o “A Hidden Jewel.” ASalisbury native, Chretien sayshe’s witnessed Newburyport’s
urban renewal rsthand.“The wonderul shops, restau-
rants or every taste, the archi-tecture and history, gorgeousviews, the boats and locals mix-ing with our many visitors; acolorul blend o all that makesNewburyport a true ‘hidden jewel,’” he wrote on the Yankee
Homecoming website.
The eight day celebration kickso July 29 and runs through Aug.
5.
Many staples o the longtimeestival will return this year,including the kids’ talent show-case, the crat air in Market
Square, the Bed Race, the Senior
King and Queen coronation and
Family Day at Maudslay. Several
events added in recent years are
also returning, including the
heritage tours, the Youth Service
awards, Brewest and the High
School Battle o the Bands.Yankee Homecoming will kick
o with Old Fashioned Sunday
on July 29, which consists o un
amily activities rom yesteryear.
The estivities go all day rom 7
a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Bartlet Mall.
Visitors can enjoy a pet show, the
Roaming Railroad around the
Frog Pond, an antique car show,fy shing demonstration, canoe
tilt, boat rides, pony rides and
children’s games.
The downtown entertainmentseries will be packed with per-
ormers as various bands, musi-
cal acts and demonstrations take
their turns on the waterront
stage, at the Inn Street pedestrian
mall and in Market Square.
The Lions Club Yankee Home-
coming Road Race, 5K and 10-mile,
is set or Tuesday, July 31.
Organizers say the beloved re-
works show will once again light
Yank Hocon shnsth lht on ‘A Hn Jwl’
neWburyport
JIM VAIkNORAS/Sta photo
Matt Johnson carries the ag or the Nutmeg Volunteers as they march in the Yankee Homecoming Parade last year.
HOMECOMING, PAGE 6
Summer guide 2012
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