Community Trips

Visit our community calendar for a current list of events, programs and trips! If you have trip suggestions please feel free to email those ideas to

You can register by logging into your Stratham RecDesk account. Payment is due at time of registration and no refunds are allowed. 

Here is just a few examples of what community trips we've taken in the past

Past Community Trips........

king arthur


Biscuits and Scones Baking Class
King Arthur Flour’s Baking School welcomes all bakers, no matter your skill level. For this community trip will have a private class with expert instructors. The cooking class lasts for three (3) hours. Luxury bus transportation provided. 



whale watchGranite State Whale Watch, Rye NH
Join us on our first ever community trip out to sea.  This community trip met at Rye Harbor (1870 Ocean Blvd (Rte 1-A), Rye, NH 03870) for a whale watch expedition (4-5 hour trip). Transportation to Rye Harbor is NOT provided. Your whale watch boarding pass is not an admission to a show, but rather an opportunity to observe wild animals which, on a worldwide basis, are quite rare. Whether we sight these marvelous creatures is entirely up to the whales; the probability is quite excellent. Granite Sate Whale Watch has a 99% sighting record. Every whale watch is a true expedition rather than a sightseeing excursion. Parking is available on-site; the State of NH owns and operates the lot and charges $5.00 per car (cash only) and $10.00 per RV or bus to park for the day.

hobo railroad


Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad

Enjoy a traditional turkey dinner aboard the train catered by Hart's Turkey Farm! Your 2-hour round-trip Turkey Dinner Train departs Meredith Station at 1:00PM and travels south along Lake Winnipesaukee though Weirs Beach towards Lakeport, NH before returning along the same route. You will have an hour to walk around downtown Meredith enjoying views of the lake, shopping or enjoying a cup of coffee before boarding the train at 1:00PM. We’ll board the bus immediately following the train ride and head back to NH around 5:00PM.                 

magic of xmas

“Magic of Christmas” Portland Symphony Orchestra
Merrill Auditorium, Portland, ME

Bruce Hangen, Portland Symphony Orchestra's first Magic of Christmas conductor is back to bring Maine's biggest tradition to the stage! This is the 39th anniversary of Maine’s greatest holiday extravaganza. A luxury bus will depart the Stratham Municipal Center at 9AM. There will be plenty of time to explore the historic seaport of Portland Maine prior to the 2PM performance. Lunch will be on your own. The group will return to Stratham by 6PM.

Hairspray Musical at North Shore Music Theater

Wright Museum of World War II

Boston Flower Show