Hampton Beach, N.H.: New Year’s Eve 2020 (i.e., December 31, 2019) Fireworks CANCELLED — Not A Joke, OFFICIAL.
I read about this YESTERDAY and didn’t believe it. Thought it was a joke.
Today, I called up the ‘Ashworth By The Sea‘ Hotel and checked. It is kosher.
Shame. I am bummed.
I think Portsmouth is still going ahead.
From Facebook also.
Wolfeboro, N.H.: New Year’s Eve 2020 (i.e., December 31, 2019) Fireworks CANCELLED — Also So NO ‘First Night’.
The fireworks, BOTH 6:30 & 8:30pm, were ‘just’ CANCELLED.
Bummer. I was checking whether it was 6pm or 6:30pm! Glad I checked.
Haven’t missed a Wolfeboro New Year’s Eve firework show in YEARS.
There has been NO ‘First Night‘ in Wolfeboro on December 31, 2019.
There was NO ‘First Night’ in 2018, 2017 or 2016!
Instead there is a ‘Last Night’ that wraps up by 9pm.
The Events, from their Facebook page.
This year end ‘Thank You’ video (at Vimeo) is now becoming another Revels (Cambridge) tradition. A nice touch. A welcome year-end reminder, when the days are truly dark and damp, for those of us who were fortunate enough to attend a performance, as to the ever uplifting gaiety of a Revels. For those, alas, who could not attend, it gives you a quick glimpse of what Revels was all about.
2019 Revels, by definition, was good. They are all good. That goes without saying. It wasn’t the best. The backdrop was the 1930s Dust Bowl and as such it wasn’t as gay as if it was set in a Stately Home in Europe. SMILE. But, it was OK and that is what counts. We wouldn’t have missed it for the world. Already looking forward to 2020 Revels in Cambridge.
Enjoy this ‘Thank You’ video. It captures what it is all about.
Happy New Year 2020.
Click to ENLARGE.
Yes, it is a fairly large kitchen (though I have been in others that are muh, much, much larger) and given that it was built in 2006 (when they were generous on this matter) it has 6 dual socket power outlets — as well as a phone jack and a 220V outlet for the stove.
Yes, I guess we have a few electronics between us, THOUGH I don’t charge many things in the kitchen. We basically have USB charging ports (maybe even stations) in every room — and, of course, on either side of the bed.
I though 5 was enough. I was overruled so right after Christmas I had to order the latest ‘outlet’ (the one shown on the left) with 4 USB ports. I think we will be OK for awhile. I won’t even mention how many charging ports/cables we carry in EACH car. You would think we were dependent on USB. SMILE.