See, do at Southern NH Expo

MILFORD – The South­ern New Hampshire Expo will open its doors to the public from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at the Hampshire Dome.

With nearly 200 vendors and many opportunities for food and fun, it is the largest business expo in New Hampshire – and it’s expected to attract about 3,000 people.

The region’s business­es, services and civic or­ganizations will be there with exhibitors offering samples, raffles and give­aways.

There will be entertain­ment on a big center stage, including the barbershop quartet Perfect Fourth, featuring four local men: John Potelle, Dan Wolav­er, Patrick McCarty and Roger Hurd, who met as members of the Souhegan Valley Chorus.

Vouli Dance and its young dancers will bring a preview of "The Nut­cracker," and Neil Stone’s Karate Academy will demonstrate moves from the Uechi-Ryu school of martial arts. Wild Encoun­ters is bringing exotic ani­mals, including several cats and arctic foxes, and more familiar animals, such as rabbits and pos­sums.

And there’s a Kidz Zone, with bounce houses, face painting and other chil­dren’s activities. Restaurants, including Giorgio’s, Subway and the cafe at the Toadstool Bookshop, will offer samples.

For more information, call 673-4360 or visit www.southernnhexpo.com.