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SALEM, N.H. -- Approaching the front gate at Canobie Lake Park, it is impos- sible not to notice the familiar, almost timeless sounds of an amusement park: the jovial organ melodies playing from a carou- sel; rider cheers as a roller coaster car flies past; the whoosh and splash as a log flume sprays water.   Read More >>
 
For details on these and more listings, visit whatdoUwannado.com. Art/Exhibits Andover Historical Society -- 97 Main St. "Places": An Art Exhibit Inspired by Andover, opens Sept. 9 and runs through Dec.   Read More >>
 
EVENS -- In 1917, the United States went to war. Not just any war. "The War to End All Wars." World War I, involved many countries. The United States stood back for years before the American Expeditionary Forces shipped out to Europe.   Read More >>
 
For details on these and more listings, visit whatdoUwannado.com. Art/Exhibits First Saturday Open Studios -- Western Avenue Studios, 122 Western Ave., Lowell, first Sat. each month (Aug. 5), noon-5 p.   Read More >>
 
CONCORD -- Minute Man National Historical Park has planned an eventful July, including meeting Abigail Adams, touring The Wayside neighborhood, celebrate Independence Day and experiencing the world of a British soldier.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Kegs of Guinness are at the ready. Jameson Irish Whiskey and Baileys Irish Cream are flying off the shelves.   Read More >>
 
DRACUT -- Feeling hungry? More than two dozen restaurants will bring their unique tastes to "Dining Around Dracut," a large fundraiser being hosted Monday by the Dracut Rotary Club.   Read More >>
 
Meadowlark Lemon. "Sweet Georgia Brown." Confetti in a water bucket. Red Klotz de-pantsed. Who doesn't love the Harlem Globetrotters?   Read More >>
 
CONCORD -- The green desk on which Henry David Thoreau wrote "Walden." Panoramic photographic works of the historic pond of the same name.   Read More >>
 
When it gets cold outside, what better place to warm up than a cozy bar? Grab a drink, pull up an armchair by the fireplace and escape the snow and winter chill at any of these fine establishments in Greater Lowell and beyond.   Read More >>
 
 

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