Prom mom

Welcome, seekers of WHS Prom photos.

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Small Pond column today: Pageantry of the prom

Youth and beauty were on display at Faro Gardens in Hampton Falls on May 20, as Winnacunnet Junior Prom-goers promenaded past the flashing cameras of the paparazzi and mamarazzi.

I scream, you scream


Signs of summer

Yankee mag says…

17 Ocean Blvd.
North Hampton, NH
Telephone: 603-964-7451

Stop for lunch here, a little seafood shack directly across the street from the North Hampton State Beach, and enjoy a lobster roll under a grove of cool pines. ($-$$) Open late May-late Sept. 11 a.m..-10:30 p.m.

But really it’s all about the ice cream.

Named for the native shrub or the plum spot across from the beach?


High tide North Hampton State Beach, today

My current favorite flavor is Maine Black Bear…

Red Raspberry Ice Cream With Chocolate Chips And Chocolate Covered Raspberry Truffles


Lining up to order at the Beach Plum

Now here are some dedicated tasters down on the Cape: The Cape Cod Ice Cream Challenge: Finding the Best By Trying Them All

This looks like fun: Hood Launches Taste of New Hampshire Contest

Are New Hampshire ice cream lovers ready for their first tastes of Granite State Caramel, Lake Winnipesaukee Walnut, Mount Washington Cherry Fudge Chunk, Presidential Primary Pistachio or Kancamagus Krunch Ice Creams?

Any of those New Hampshire-inspired ice cream names could be the winning flavor chosen this July in the first-ever “Taste of New Hampshire” Flavor-Naming Contest. Due to popular demand, the contest, open to all New Hampshire residents, will climax with the August 2006 introduction in New Hampshire supermarkets of the first-ever New Hampshire flavor – part of Hood’s 18-flavor New England Creamery Ice Cream campaign.

Hmm, how about New Hampshire Black Fly, plain vanilla with lots of raisins?

Old Home Day 5K Road Race & Kids’ Fun Run

North Hampton’s Old Home Day, to be celebrated for the 15th consecutive year Saturday, June 17, 2006, will kick off with a healthy event for the whole family, a 5K Road Race at 9 a.m. followed by a Kids’ Fun Run around 9:40.

There are awards for all categories and the top team, plus raffle prizes.

All children who register and complete the Fun Run will receive a medal. Come for the excellent regional competition, just for fun and fitness, or to cheer on your neighbors.

Old Home Day 5K Road Race registration form

First 100 preregistrants receive a free t-shirt.