New Hampshire Boat Museum in Wolfeboro is a showplace for antique boats and New Hampshire’s boating history. The museum also runs summer boat-building workshops for kids. The 2-week program offers area youth the chance to build a canoe, a kayak or a skiff.

David Ives is a volunteer at the Boat Museum and has been organizing the program for six years. He and a small team of volunteers create the boat kits. “We cut out all the parts and assemble the ribs and transom. By making the kits, it’s makes it much quicker to assemble the boats and the kids don’t use tools that they could get hurt with.”

Read more: New Hampshire NPR


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