5 Things to Know in Portsmouth This Week (3/4/19)

Someone needs to hunt down that pesky groundhog and insist he make good on his claim, because it just keeps snowing here in Portsmouth. It’s definitely feeling like spring is way more than just three short weeks away. Regardless of the weather, there’s plenty to enjoy and do. Hopefully one or more of the following will help you while the winter away! 

Krasna Hora Wine Dinner at Raleigh Wine Bar + Eatery

Krasna Hora is a village in the Czech Republic, known for its wine. Treat yourself to a Krasna Hora Wine Dinner at Raleigh Wine Bar + Eatery on Thursday March 7 between 5 and 9 p.m. In addition to three delicious wine pairings, you’ll enjoy a three course Czech meal prepared by Chef Jeremy Glover. Tickets and reservations are available online

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Comedy Night at the Press Room

Laugh the night away at the Press Room on Thursday, March 7 at 8 p.m. You’ll enjoy Ray Harrington, a winner of the L.A. Comedy Festival, along with Rob Greene, Phoebe Angle, and Kindra Lansburg. The event is hosted by Josh Day. Tickets are available online.

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Ben Baldwin and The Big Note at The Music Hall

Ben Baldwin and the Big Note is a favorite all along the Seacoast, and they’ll be at the Music Hall Loft for a performance on Saturday, March 9 at 8 p.m. Tickets are available online or at the Music Hall box office. 

From Brimah to Broadway at Temple Israel

Enjoy a musical experience that will take guests “From Brimah to Broadway” at Temple Israel on Saturday, March 9 at 7 p.m. Featuring Shira Nafshi and Micah Morgovsky, these talented performers are also cantors. The musical performance is sure to provide both inspiration as well as a taste of Jewish tradition as it melds with modern life. Dessert and discussion will follow. Contact the Temple for information on buying tickets.

First Snowball Fight of 2019 Takes Place in Front of North Church

Portsmouth’s North Church was the backdrop for the city’s first snowball fight of 2019. Kids, adults and even a Portsmouth city counselor took part in the fun and friendly event.

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