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The annual Made in New Hampshire Expo takes place next weekend, featuring 150 companies that sell products made in the state, a number of which are shown in this basket.
Sunday, April 8, 2012

Made in NH Expo next weekend

MANCHESTER – Roughly 150 state companies will feature their products at the Made in New Hampshire Expo from Friday-Sunday at the Center of New Hampshire in Manchester..

The event includes a number of performers on stage as well as booths from companies.

Friday is “business-to-business day,” emphasizing connections between business owners and large-scale buyers. Gov. John Lynch will be part of the grand opening at 2 p.m.

On Saturday, doors will be open from 10 a.m.-8 p.m., and on Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Tickets are $9 for adults, $8 for seniors and $3 for children.

Nashua area companies that are scheduled to be present include: Just Naturals and Co., Amherst; Planet Marshmallow, Milford; The Cozy Tea Cart, Brookline; Julie Ann’s Quilting, Lyndeborough; Amherst Country Club; Barefoot Bee, Hollis; Bite Me Cupcakes, Merrimack; The Card Lady, Windham; The Dish Guys, Amherst; Fine Wine Designs, Nashua; and Friend Your Body, Merrimack.

Also, Good Gaud Designs, Wilton; Hobblebush Books, Brookline; Julie Ann Designs, Amherst; LaBelle Winery, Amherst; The Lathe Lady, Merrimack; LG Concepts, Merrimack; Lozier Glass Studio, Amherst; and M. DellaFera & R. Beaudette, authors, Hollis.

And The Pain Relief Center, Nashua; Sand and Water Creations in Glass, Litchfield; Suss Sweets That Make You Smile, Nashua; and Wick-It Cool Candles, Hollis.