Savvy Senior Programs

Heritage Farm and Pancake House & Tanger Outlets

Let’s kick off the day with a trip to Sanbornton for some good ole fashion pancakes. Once we’ve had our full of the farm and pancakes, we will walk it off at the Tanger Outlets in Tilton, NH.

Dates: Tuesday, March 17th & Wednesday, April 1st

Time:  Depart at 9 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4:30 pm

Fee: $5 (Bring money for meal and shopping)

Landaff Creamery & The Little Grille

Not far from home and nestled in the foothills of the beautiful White Mountains, Landaff grow their feed and milk their cows in the Amonoosuc River Valley. We will take a visit and then head over to Littleton for lunch at The Little Grille.

Dates: Monday, March 30th & Thursday, April 9th

Time:  Depart at 9:30 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4:30 pm

Fee: $5 (Bring money for meal and creamery)

Cameron’s Winery & Longhorn Steakhouse

They have won awards for their fruit wine. So, let’s journey off to Walpole, NH to try some and then head on over to Longhorn Steakhouse in Keene to enjoy a good meal after. 

Dates: Thursday, May 14th & Friday, June 5th

Time:  Depart at 9 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4:30 pm

Fee: $5 (Bring money for tasting and meal)

Main Street Station, Franconia Notch Train & Old Man of the Mountain

Let’s soar to new heights as we take a Tram Ride, visit the Old Man of the Mountain, but first stop in Plymouth to dine at the Main Street Station Diner!

Dates: Thursday, May 21st & Monday, June 8th

Time:  Depart at 9 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4 pm

Fee: $5 (Bring money for meal and tram ride)

Dog Mountain & Kingdom Crust Company

Dog Mountain is set on 150-acres on a private mountaintop spot in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. The grounds are always open to people and their dogs. The unspoiled haven is covered with hiking trails, dog ponds, and wildflowers. 

* Please note, dogs are encouraged to be OFF leash. If you are uncomfortable with that idea, this may not be the trip for you.

Dates: Thursday, May 28th & Wednesday, June 3rd

Time:  Depart at 9:30 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4:30 pm

Fee: $5 (Bring money for meal)

New London Barn Playhouse

It’s become a fan favorite so let’s go back and enjoy Always... Patsy Cline and an early lunch at Tucker’s right on Main Street in New London, NH. Always tells the true story of the friendship between the country music legend and Houston Housewife Louise Seger through the years until Cline’s death in 1963.

Dates: Wednesday, August 26th

Time:  Depart at 10 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4:30 pm

Fee: $5 (TBA on Ticket Fee)

The Flight Deck & The Horatio Colony Museum

Let’s eat and watch them fly at The Flight Deck restaurant at the Keene Airport! Then, we’re off to The Horatio Colony House Museum & Nature Preserve, which has been established to preserve and protect the 1806 Federal House & Collections of Horatio Colony II & the 645-acre nature preserve on West Hill in Keene; all to be open to the public as a community resource.

Dates: Wednesday, September 9th & Thursday, September 24th

Time:  Depart at 10 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4:30 pm

Fee: $5 (Bring money for meal and donation)

Calvin Coolidge Homestead & The Free Range Restaurant

Let us visit the Coolidge Homestead in Plymouth, VT, a National Historic Site. However, before our visit, we will have lunch at The Free Range Restaurant in Chester, VT.

Dates: Thursday, September 10th & Friday, October 2nd

Time:  Depart at 10 am from behind City Hall, Return by 4:30 pm

Fee: $5 (Bring money for meal and tour)

NH Highland Games

The Games have grown to become one of the largest and most diverse commemorations of Scottish art and culture in North America. It was the initial success of that picnic which led to the founding of the first New Hampshire Highland Games in 1976. Let’s journey for the day to Lincoln, NH.

Dates: Friday, September 18th

Time:  Depart at 9 am from behind City Hall, Return by 5 pm

Fee: $5 (TBA on Ticket Fee)