It’s so adorable. Go, go, go!
We just finished our first foray into Facebook Live: a weekly sports show called Well-Dressed Sports Heads!
It’s where the Valley News Sports Department hosts a live chat about the week in Upper Valley sports. This is a new thing we’re trying out, so chime in with your questions and what you want to hear. And we’ll see you next Friday afternoon.
CLICK HERE to watch the re-broadcast.
Read the full game story here.
Hanover’s Maddie McCorkle rears up to shoot and score against the defense of Portsmouth’s Kylie Sullivan (9), Izzy Suttie (6) and Maddy Roelofs in the second half of their game in Hanover, #NH, on Thursday. Portsmouth — who won last year’s Division II title — won, 15-8. 🔲 More at www.vnews.com/instagram. Link in profile. 🔲 (Valley News – Geoff Hansen @geoff_hansen) #uppervalley #upval #vnewsuv #photojournalism #sportsphotography #hanovernh #marauders #lacrosse #lax #nhiaa #shoot #score #game #play #athletes #sports #highschool #jump #turf #🥅
This one’s called VT Munchies and their soft launch (on 4/20 …!) is right now until 7 p.m. (or until they run out of food, whichever happens first).
We haven’t had the food yet but their truck is covered in plaid so that’s obviously a plus in our book.
And the menu, from their Facebook page:
- What what whaaaaaat?! Not one but TWO food truck festivals are scheduled in the Upper Valley
- The new food truck Taco’s Tacos is in Leb full-time
- New mobile juice and smoothies business debuts in WRJ
- Our colleagues got the plaid/flannel memo
- Thai Orchid to reopen on Hanover Street in Lebanon, planning soft launch in May
It’s happening this weekend at the Lebanon High School Gym.
Doors open at 9 a.m.. both days. It goes until 5 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Click here to read Valley News correspondent Eleanor Kohlsaat’s quick Q&A with the organizers, published back in March.