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Safety Tips for Your Pets at Halloween

This year’s top costumes for pets are Minions and Super Heroes.  Whether your pet is a Ninja Turtle or Batman there are some tips to consider to help keep your pets safe on Halloween.

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5 Favorite Lunch Spots in Manchester

The Queen City has lots of fun activities for people to enjoy.  Some of our favorites are visiting the Palace Theater, the SEE Science Center, the Currier Art Museum or creating our own art at MUSE Paintbar.  All of these activities get your appetite going!  Here are some popular lunch spots in Manchester for you to enjoy when you are out and about.
 

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Cheap Ideas for Decorating Your Apartment for Fall

Bring a natural element into your room to celebrate fall and the colors it shows off.   Find a branch from a tree that has an interesting shape.  Spray paint it (outside your apt and away from cars and people) in a bright fall color.  Place the dried branch in a floor sized basket or vase.  Hang homemade ghosts, paper pumpkins or cut out black cats from the branches.  Have fun decorating your apartment and enjoy the fall in New England.

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Late Fall Foliage is Shining Brightly!

The Red Oak Reporter was in the Lake Sunapee region this past weekend.  You will all be happy to know that the fall colors are still showing brightly!  Worried that you may be too late to view the fall foliage.  Don't worry there is still plenty to see.  In fact, the late fall foliage is spectacular!

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Fall Foliage along the Concord Rail Trails

Enjoying the rail trails in NH has been a past time enjoyed by many on foot or by bicycle.  This location lets you actually ride the rails on their patented rail bike.  The wheels of this vehicle fit on the rails and the rider must pedal to propel the bike.  It’s great exercise and gets you right into the heart of the foliage. 

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Fall and Halloween Events in Manchester and New England

New England and New Hampshire are known for many things, but one of the biggest draws to the area is the Fall Foliage during September, October and early November. You could search the world, but the best place to see the leaves changing color is right here in your backyard.  Here are some ideas for places you could go to enjoy the Fall Foliage and Halloween.

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