What to Eat, Drink and See This Week // July 30 - August 3
This week we have PLENTY of live music, plus comedy, burgers & beer and a parking lot party in White River Junction to kick off First Friday. Let's dive in, shall we?
Fairlee Community Music Series- Starts on Tuesday at 6:30pm in Fairlee
Bob Amos & Catamount Crossing
Pack a picnic and head to Fairlee for some summertime fun. Catamount Crossing will be playing!
Fairlee Town Common, Town Common Road, Fairlee, VT
José James- Starts on Wednesday at 8pm in Hanover, NH
Photo courtesy of The Hopkins Center
The Hopkins Center continues to spoil with such great acts. This is a show NOT TO BE MISSED. I’m fully aware that I say that a lot - but I wouldn’t be telling you unless I actually wanted to go.
Spaulding Auditorium, 2 East Wheelock Street, Hanover, NH
Burger + Beer Night- Starts on Thursday at 4pm in Claremont
The Common Man - Claremont
For just $10 grab a burger and a beer at the Common Man in Claremont. What a deal, right?
21 Water Street, Claremont, NH
Comedian Ryan Donahue- Starts on Thursday at 8pm in White River Junction
I watched his standup on pets and I seriously laughed out loud. So give yourself a night of laughter. You deserve it!
188 South Main Street, White River Junction, VT
First Friday Parking Lot Party- Starts on Friday at 5pm in White River Junction
Open Door, Revolution, Piecemeal Pies, & JUEL are throwing a parking lot rager this Friday in White River Junction. There will be a DJ, performance art in Revolution, JUEL and Piecemeal Pies will be serving food, and you can check out Open Door’s new movement lab. Happy First Friday to all!
(Behind Revolution + Open Door) 18 North Main Street, White River Junction, VT
Huntress and Holder of Hands- Starts on Friday at 5:30pm in Woodstock
Pentangle Arts Presents
Go relax on the Woodstock History Center lawn this Friday. The music will be excellent and there will be beer and wine from Bentleys for sale.
26 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT
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