Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce

 

Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce

2016 HOLIDAY AUCTION

November 17, 2016 doors open at 6:00 pm

Ashworth by the Sea, 294 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton NH

$5 admission at the door

 

Event Underwriter:


  http://www.dfrichard.com/

 


PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT

Experience Hampton Christmas Parade

Hampton Recreation & Parks Tree Lighting

Chuckys Fight

DEDICATD TO EDUCATING YOUTH ABOUT THE DANGERS OF SUSBSTANCE ABUSE

 

 

Christmas shopping!!! Incredible items up for bid—gift certificates galore, home décor, sport memorabilia,   overnight stays, vacation packages, professional services, toys, art, wine, and more.

 

Check out the “Festival of Wreaths Contest” and bid on your favorite!

 

Take a chance to win a “Lottery Tree”, could be worth thousands.

 

“SCRATH TICKETS” WIN Prizes, gifts, and up to $100 in cash! EVERY ONES A WINNER!

 

Enjoy a light catered supper and sweet treats. 

The Holiday Auction is open to the public.  Chamber membership is not required.

 

 

 

Hampton Area Town Map:

 

http://local.townsquarepublications.com/newhampshire/hamptonbeach/

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Festival Winners

Best of the Festival – Currents

Best Spirit – 180 Restaurant & Bar

Best Presentation – Aloha Ice Cream

Judges Choice – Lupes 55 – Mexican Shrimp Cocktail

Best Dessert – Aloha Ice Cream – Fried Dough Sundae

Freshest Catch – North Hampton Fire Fighters

Best Lobster Roll – Rye Harbor Lobster Pound

Best Item on a Stick – 180 Restaurant & Bar

Best Chowder – Erties

Best Bisque or Stew – Old Salt

Best Booth Design – Petey's Summertime Seafood

Best Non-Seafood – Cindy's Planet

Most Creative Cuisine – Lupes 55

 


 

 

 

 

 

          

HAMPTON BEACH, NH

- 05/29/2013 – 

Hampton Beach has been
  named one of the Top 6 Beaches in the country based on a new article
  by the Weather Channel and Weather.com.

This is the first year
  that a New Hampshire Beach has made the Weather.com list of favorite beaches, a list that
  was compiled by readers of Weather.com.

 Among the things that
  people liked:  the small but lively beach scene, which includes more
  than 80 free concerts, fireworks shows and the sand castle
  contest, which draws master sand sculptors from all over the world to
  the beach each summer.  Hampton Beach State Park was also one
  of four beaches nationwide honored for having clean water quality in
  2011.  This designation was actually given to Hampton
  Beach four years in a row.

 The Weather Channel
  article can be found at: http://www.weather.com/article/favorite-beaches-20130522 or
  http://www.weather.com/travel/vacation/family/favorite-beaches-20130522?pageno=6 for
  the direct information about Hampton Beach.

 Photos and updated
  information about Hampton Beach, including the many events held during the
  summer, can be found at http://www.hamptonbeach.org and https://www.facebook.com/HamptonNHBeach.

  


 

The New Hampshire Seacoast is a very special and inviting place that includes great restaurants, lodging and shopping, along with a wonderful quality of life. We represent Hampton, Hampton Falls, Rye, Seabrook and North Hampton. Each of these communities has its own character and its special attractions.

The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce is always available to assist in any way we can. The Chamber represents its member businesses and works with the various communities that we represent, supporting their activities and programs throughout the year.

Please feel free to visit our administrative office at One Lafayette Road in Hampton or the Seacoast Visitor's Center at One Sixty Ocean Boulevard.