Strawbery Banke Deadline Extended
The Valley is taking a trip to Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on December 16, and the deadline to register has been extended! You and your family now have until Sunday, December 10, to register for this fantastic event. The Valley of Boston will have open access to the Museum from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. When you arrive at Strawbery Banke, you will be given a meal ticket, for a dinner of your choice from beef, fish, or vegetarian, as well as a special gift!
Strawbery Banke is a fun and interactive museum, with something for everyone! Before it was converted to a museum, Strawbery Banke was the oldest European settlement in New Hampshire, from that settlement there are more than 30 restored buildings. One of these buildings is the original Grand Lodge of New Hampshire, which will be open for free tours for Masons and their families. On top of these remarkable buildings, Strawbery Banke offers great activities like an open skating rink, their famous candlelight stroll, a bonfire going all night to warm up around, as well as Christmas carolers, a live band, and horse-drawn sleigh rides going on around the Museum!
The skating rink is equipped with an indoor changing area and a warm viewing cafe for anyone who may just want relax and enjoy the view of the lovely rink. The candlelight stroll is an annual tradition at the museum, where participants walk through the museum illuminated by hundreds of candles. On the stroll, you’ll receive hot apple cider, and see characters preparing for traditional Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations. In between all of these fantastic events, the Family Life Committee would like to take a group photo at the event! At 7:00 p.m. it is requested that all Valley participants meet by the bonfire for a group photo.
The registration deadline for this event is December 10, and tickets are only 20$ per adult and 7$ per child (5-17). You can find the registration form by clicking the graphic above or the button below! We hope to see all our brethren and their families at this historic and fun event!
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