Summer Fun: More for Your Money on Wednesdays
Look Park Offers Half-Price on Wednesdays and Family Entertainment
Look Park announces that all Wednesdays between Memorial Day and Labor Day will be 1/2 price for all paid attractions.
Paid attractions include:
- Train Rides
- Pedal Boats
- Miniature Golf
- Bumper Boats
- Click here to see prices
Free attraction include:
- Water Spray Park
- Walking/Biking Paths
- Tennis Courts
- Baseball Fields
- Volleyball Sand Pits
Also on Wednesday in June at Look Park is family entertainment at the Pines Theater at 10am. The series features a collection of children’s performers who sing, dance, and perform a variety of children’s activities on stage. Performances last anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour The Look Park Children’s Entertainment Series is a program run by Look Park at the Pines Theater. The series features a collection of children’s performers who sing, dance, and perform a variety of children’s activities on stage. Performances last anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour on Wednesday mornings during the summer. The shows have proven to be a great place to take children for fun summer activities. Click here for ticket prices.
Here is their current July schedule:
- July 15 – Ed Popielarczyk
Ed takes a lot of pride in bringing smiles to his friend’s faces. Whether he is performing a magic show or making a balloon creation, he is entertaining. The magic in what he does is not making a big duck riding a motorcycle out of balloons or fooling someone during a magic show, but the laughter that it brings. That is the TRUE MAGIC!!
- July 22 – Gerwick Puppets “The Case of the Missing Woodpile”
Marylou and Bruce star in this musical mystery. They’re busy with all sorts of summer activities, when suddenly the pile of wood for a chicken coop disappears! Jon Klein, an instructor at Berklee College of Music, wrote the jazz score. All puppets sing as well as try to solve the mystery.
- July 29 – UNH Little Red Wagon Tour
The Little Red Wagon’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is specifically designed for young audiences. Fairies, maidens, magic and fools abound in this wonderful introduction to the world’s greatest playwright. With audience participation and a good dose of comedy, it’s easy to enjoy Shakespeare’s most popular play. Appropriate for all ages.
Let other families in the region know about special events and destinations this summer. Click here to post your event/suggestion.
we just moved to the area at the beginning of July and we are starting to venture out a bit. Thanks so much for this post. Yesterday (Wednesday) we were thinking of going to Look Park and since I read your post that paid attractions were 1/2 off, it was the inspiration that got me out the door and looking at the map for directions. We had a wonderful day at the park.
Thanks for such a wonderful site!!!!