Have You Purchased Your Ticket to Laughter Yet? Another Drizzly Day and Haunted Acres Passes To Giveaway
If you're looking to forget your troubles for a few hours, your best bet would be to grab your tickets to "Comics for K9's" before they're gone.
Tumblin' Jack Walsh, Tony V and Lenny Clarke. They will all be at Portsmouth Music Hall, Friday, October 24th. Proceeds benefit the 'New Hampshire Police K9 Academy and The Working Dog Foundation.
You're bound to crack a smile or two. It's also a great way to spend 'date night.'
Lenny, you might know has been kicking around the stand-up comedy scene for years. He's one of the talented few that makes it big doing stand-up for living. He's a great supporter of the 'Working Dog Foundation' and we thank him for all he does for us. He's also a big TV star too. He's had his own sitcom, he's starred alongside Denis Leary in 'Rescue Me.' and starred in Denis' latest television show "Sirens."
Another drizzly day for you. Cloudy with rain and drizzle, look for a high of 58. Clouds and the chance of a shower in the North Country and 63.
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Coming Up Thursday
Haunted Acres in Candia, NH opens on Friday and we have tickets to giveaway!
Be listening to The Morning Waking Crew for your chance!