Sleep Inn Manchester Airport
72 Perkins Rd.
Londonderry, NH 03053
Phone: (603) 425-2110
Fax: (603) 425-2129
Located in the Best Western Executive Court Inn and Coference Centre this venue is a nice place to have your event, be it a party, wedding a farewell or even a retirement function the Executive Court Conference Center has all the facilites to make your day special. There is also great food on offer which can be picked from a delicious menu. So go ahead plan your functions here and leave your guests praising you for the wonderful time they had.
Pinkerton Academy, spread over 170 acres (68.796 hectares) is one of the largest independent academies in the country, with many excellent facilities at the disposal of its students. One such facility is the Stockbridge Theatre, which plays host to a vast array of events. The audience is not restricted to just students; anyone can come in and enjoy a play or concert at this 881-seat venue. As there is an emphasis on giving children a chance to showcase their talent, there are many student performances organized as well. The theater can be rented for private events like fundraisers.
"Peace and Friendship through Communication" is the motto of the Jamboree on Air, also known as JOTA. Put on at the Scouting Museum & Library, this festival connect amateur radio operators around the world many of whom operate out of the museum. This special day will also include information on how the radio is used in emergencies. Boy and Girl Scouts working on their radio badge merit can use this day to count towards their badge. But most of all it is a fun day to talk to another Scout in a very different area of the world.
What could be more lovely than an intimate evening with soulful music and loved ones. The Tupelo Music Hall, with its rolling recognition as the Best Small Venue in the state, guarantees just that. Boasting artists such George Winston, Robert Earl Keen, Suzanne Vega, and Todd Snider, this venue is entertainment at its best. The hall is for all ages and provides an assortment of light meals. For more information of the events schedule take a look at their website or call ahead.
The clubbing scene of New Hampshire might not be very happening, but Club 313 is one of the best-known places in town to party. Karaoke fans will rejoice as this club has a complete room dedicated to them. 313 is a mixed bag of sorts where there is no restriction to the kind of crowd you'll find here: from teenagers to middle-aged people and from hip-hop artists to gays, they all come here to party. They have interesting offers on drinks too, especially on Thurst Daze Thursday's and Life's a Drag Saturday's. Keep an eye on the website for their monthly specials or call for latest details. Kindly note that they don't accept credit cards.
Stadium Ten Pin is one of New Hampshire's most popular bowling place. The neon lighting, whir of machines and screams of victory guarantees a fun night. The state of the art gaming system, LCD screens and TVs and loud sound system pumps up the adrenalin. The center also features arcade games of the past which test hand skills and determination. The place puts together group events from birthday parties as well as fund raising events bring purpose to the fun. Stadium Ten Pin includes the a resto- pub called City Sports Grille where only can enjoy a meal after the game. Call ahead to book your lane, event or for more details on the fun.
Mad Bob's Saloon is more known as a music venue than a bar. So enjoy your drinks with concerts ranging from metal, rock, country and more. Though it is hard rock that reigns here. Some of their previous listings are Barn Fire, Floodwatch, DBB and Mongrel.
Bowling is an ever-growing passion for many, and Lakeside Lanes nurtures that very passion in you. This fabulous bowling alley and recreation center dates back to the year 1959. It consists of 24 candle-pin lanes, "The 25th Lane" which is a splendid snack bar, private rooms for birthday parties, a nursery for a children and a gift shop. The top draw at Lakeside Lanes is 'Glow Bowling', that happens every Saturday, in a dark, foggy, nightclub-like ambiance. The alleys are lit up with disco lights as rock-n-roll music plays in the background. Professional league games are also held here. Visit website for further information.
For sports fans, the Gill stadium is a marvelous venue. Dating back to 1913, the stadium has a very colorful history. Before renovation, it was known to be among the first few stadiums constructed of concrete and steel in the Boston area. Although it hosts several games such as football, rugby and athletic events, it was known as a baseball field till the 1900's.Today, it is considered as one of the best venues for several sporting events. The stands are comfortable and can house up to 3000 spectators. With top class facilities, it is a flourishing stadium. You can catch a number of matches from several sports. Call the ticket office for dates and prices.
If you are an avid skater or about to start skating then head to John F.Kennedy Coliseum. A fairly big arena, it can hold up to more than 3000 people. It is open to the public for skating. You can also rent skates at the skate rental shop. The skating season begins from September and lasts through March. After renovation, it is one of the best ice skating rinks in the area. It is open to the public for skating every Thursday and Saturday mornings and also Saturday and Sunday afternoons. It also hosts ice hockey games. During off season, it transforms into a venue and is rented out for various entertainment purposes. Equipped with changing rooms, food stall, skate rentals, be sure to come by here either to practice or catch a game of ice hockey.
Although the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium Stadium is mostly used for baseball games of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, other events occur from time to time. The stadium has been known in the past as Fisher Cats Ballpark although the name has now changed permanently, signs in the city still reference the stadium by its old name. Concerts in the stadium have included such greats at Bob Dylan, and the stadium hold up to 7,500 spectators.
Singer Park is a family entertainment venue that hosts concerts, live gigs and other music and culture events. The place is well known for its relaxed ambiance and is a favorite haunt among adults and children alike. No outside eatables are allowed here, however smoking is permitted at the venue. Call box office for tickets and additional information.