Upcoming events

09
Aug
2017

08-09-2017 10:00 am -3:00 pm
Hampton Beach State Park
Hampton Beach State Park
2-98 Epping Ave, Hampton, NH 03842, USA Hampton, NH 03842 United States
Free

Join us for a day of fun in the sun!  Pack a lunch and your beach gear for a day with your WHE friends.  Don't forget to bring your beach blanket, umbrella, beach chair, boogie boards, shade, sun screen etc.  Meet us on the far right of the beach near the jetty.  There is a $15 parking fee for this beach.  Be sure to register for this event to receive any last minute information.

01
Sep
2017

09-01-2017 10:00 am -3:00 pm
Plimoth Plantation
Plimoth Plantation
137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360, USA
Price TBD

Plimoth Plantation is one of the most popular field trip destinations in New England.  Please join us into a living history.  Students will be immersed in the sights, sounds, smells of the 17th Century.

Families are welcome to book an overnight stay at the local KOA in Middleboro, MA.   Here you can tent, bring your trailer, or rent a cabin of various types from a shell to a full hotel experience.  Each family must make their own arrangements. KOA memberships get a discount and sometimes they offer military family discounts.

 Price TBD

Plimoth Plantation Runs Homeschool Fridays Sept 1 and October 6.

They reduce their rates to the group rate

Children 12 and under are $12.00

Over 12 is $21.00

 

06
Sep
2017

09-06-2017 10:00 am -2:30 am
Village Chapel Baptist Church
Village Chapel Baptist Church
15 Twin Bridge Road, Weare, NH 03281, USA
See details
$35.00
27
Sep
2017

09-27-2017 1:00 pm -3:00 pm
Price TBD

New Hampshire People and Places (K-12th grades)

1 hour tour followed by 1 hour activity. 

1 hour : The State of New Hampshire has inspired artists for centuries.  Using the Currier's collection to explore works of art with Granite State connections, students will interpret depictions of NH residents, leaders, and landscapes (real and imagined), while considering the ways in which artists have interpreted the inhabitants and scenic terrain of the state over the years.

Here is a sample of the artwork you might see on the tour.  

 

12
Jan
2018

01-12-2018 1:00 pm -3:00 pm
Van Otis Chocolates
Van Otis Chocolates
31 Elm St, Manchester, NH 03101, USA
$5.25

We are pleased to invite you to attend The Van Otis Chocolate Tour.  This field trip includes a tour and history of the retail store and a tour of the factory located upstairs where you are able to make your own treat.  

 

TBD 

$5.25
31
Jan
2018

01-31-2018 1:00 pm -4:00 pm
See Below

 

A visit to the New Hampshire Historical Society, located at 30 Park Street in Concord, is a great way to reinforce student learning in a stimulating environment. Upon entering the monumental rotunda of the Society's historic 1911 building, students will see iconic objects and images of New Hampshire's history, including the original eagle that once sat atop the state capitol, portraits of royal governors, and a rare Revolutionary War flag of the Second New Hampshire Regiment.

In the exhibition Discovering New Hampshire, on view in the second-floor gallery, students will learn about people, places, and events in New Hampshire history through a rich assortment of museum objects and archival materials from the Society's collections.   In a hands-on activity, held in the Society's auditorium, students will use artifacts to delve into how everyday life in New Hampshire has change over time.

This event includes a tour and educational / fun activity.

 PLEASE NOTE THE SNOW DATE FOR THIS EVENT IS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 2018

See here for further details.

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Price Spots Available
3 and under free $0.00 20
k-2 $6.26 20
3rd-6th grade $6.26 20
7th-12th grade $6.26 20
one parent free $0.00 20
second adult 18 years of age or older $7.26 20