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  • New Hampshire Bartending School
    New Hampshire Bartending School offers aspiring libation-concocters the training to become professional bartenders and veteran mixologists a chance to hone in their craft. With the first deal, you'll get 32 hours of classes at New Hampshire Bartending School's premises, learning the ins and outs of drink-making from instructors with more than 30 years of bartending experience. This course can be completed either during the day Monday–Thursday, in the evenings Monday–Friday, over four Saturdays, or over two full weekends. The second deal compacts the course into an intensive two-day on-premises class, (currently scheduled from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays), while the third deal gets you a similar experience off-premises, with the focus solely on drink-making and lacking only the unlimited practice time offered on-site at the school. Upcoming off-premises courses will be held in Orono, Portsmouth, and Concord, and they will take place on Friday evenings and Saturdays during the day. With these courses, you'll get inside info on the secret to concocting a soul-reviving martini, extensive training on how to serve alcohol safely, access to the government's underground vodka reserves, plus the confidence to create more than 100 drinks on your own.
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    11 Tracy Lane
    Hudson, NH US
  • TaylorMade Performance Labs
    Unlike a tuxedo fitting, getting fitted for a custom driver provides valuable feedback that pertains to more than how smooth your hips are. TaylorMade's physics-friendly experts place reflective markers on key points of your body, then capture your swing across nine high-speed cameras to reproduce a 3-D animation to take home on CD. In around an hour, you'll know more about your golf club than most married couples know about each other's font preferences; you'll receive statistics for over 25 aspects of your swing including launch angle, wrist-cocking angle, and the computed distance of carry and roll.
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    159 Ballville Rd.
    Bolton, MA US
  • Twin Springs Golf Course
    Twin Springs Golf Course presents memorable shot-making challenges in a nine-hole, par 34 course that meanders through tree-speckled meadowland and small, rolling hills. The course's two eponymous springs come into play on all but three holes, forcing players to fight off swirling winds, large sand traps, and the impulse to chop down intervening trees with underperforming irons. At Twin Springs' signature hole, the 318-yard, par 4 sixth, golfers can opt to reach the green in two with conservative, 150-yard shots around a dog-leg left fairway or go for the green in one by cutting the corner with a Herculean drive that must soar over a gallery of towering pine trees. Golfers can stretch their swing at Twin Springs' driving range, where PGA teaching professional Bob Keene presides over private and group lessons. The aromas of sandwiches and appetizers emanate from the Twin Springs Bar & Cafe, which lets guests enjoy a post-round nosh while watching live sports or catching a cool breeze on the spacious outdoor deck. Visitors can also relax in the club’s new lounge or host small events such as a bridal shower, birthday party, or team meeting in the banquet space.
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    295 Wilder Road,Bolton
    Bolton, MA US
  • Century Mill Stables
    At Century Mill Stables, a helpful staff assists riders of all ages and skill levels to develop their horsemanship. With more than 20 years of teaching experience, The staff's positive and supportive style epitomizes the facility's attitude—it aims to bring along even the most timid pupils during private, semiprivate, and group lessons. Beginner sessions emphasize fundamentals such as grooming, tacking, and where to find hoof-shaped stilettos. For more experienced riders, the staff shifts the focus onto advanced jumping principles and dressage. Century Mill has equally diverse accommodations for the horses themselves. Across its 64 acres, an outdoor sand ring houses a full stadium course and a jumping chute. A 60-foot round pen invites steeds to practice lunging at the command of their riders. Away from the Century Mill property, the team participate in shows throughout New England, and also lead onsite rides across area beaches and through local orchards.
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    185 Century Mill Rd.
    Bolton, MA US
  • Nashoba Valley Winery
    Nashoba Valley Winery serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Bolton's Bolton district. Plan to indulge a bit at Nashoba Valley Winery, though, because they don't offer any low-fat fare. Nashoba Valley Winery is a suitable restaurant for both large and small groups. Reservations are offered, so call ahead to lock down your table. No need to be formal, business casual will pass. null Nashoba Valley Winery is a little bit on the pricey side, so save it for a special night out. Chow down on breakfast, lunch, or dinner fare at Nashoba Valley Winery — they're open for all three meals.
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    100 Wattaquadock Hill Road
    Bolton, MA US
  • JH Eventing
    As the initials and spirit behind JH Eventing, Jess Halliday plays a number of roles, from horseback-riding instructor to cross country coach to personal horse-shopper. Regardless of the job at hand, Jess strives to create a safe and positive experience with her clients. More than anything, she enjoys seeing bonds that develop between horse and rider over the course of a clinic or series of lessons. She also travels throughout central Massachusetts to help her clients realize their riding goals a reality if they can't visit her at Highland Acres or convince their horse to go outside.
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    94 Old Westboro Rd.
    Grafton, MA US

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