City Spotlight, Feb. 16, 2012
Snow-Bound Weekend, a dramatic recreation of John Greenleaf Whittier’s famous poem, “Snow-Bound,” was held Saturday and Sunday at the poet’s Haverhill birthplace. The biennial recreation featured the Whittier family and friends, in full period dress and performing scenes from the famous poem. The cast included Augustine “Gus” Reusch Jr. as John Greenleaf Whittier and Patricia Feller as the narrator. The event included horse-drawn sleigh or wagon hayrides and period music and poetry in the shoe shop. Hot apple cider and doughnuts were served.
Not your typicalsummer camp
When you think of summer camp, what comes to mind? Archery, canoeing, maybe a softball game or a nature hike through the pines? This camp is a bit different, but the kids here say they still have lots of fun. The city's Recreation Department runs a sContinued ...
No raining out this July 4 festival
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Hillstock 2014 takes over GAR Park
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