Waterville Valley, NH - On November 25th at 3:30 p.m. Santa and his elves will ride into the Waterville Valley’s Town Square, NH, pulled by a team of sled dogs from The Valley Snowdogz.
Waterville Valley Athletic & Improvement Association (WVAIA), Waterville Valley’s outdoor club, is hosting a 2-day Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 4 & 5, 2017 in Waterville Valley.
Cold Turkey Plunge: November 25th New package is offered at the Valley Inn
Special late night hours on selected Thursday evenings give even more chances to view The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters From The Museum of Modern Art! Enjoy tours, plays, poetry, and more. A cash bar and food for purchase will be available in the Winter Garden Café. Films will be shown on the evenings of October 19, November 9 and December 14 at 6:30 pm and will present some of the most popular cinematic portrayals of Toulouse-Lautrec and his beloved Moulin Rouge. General admission is free. A $5 special exhibition charge applies for not-yet-members. See below for details on October Late Night events.
Featuring masterful fiddlers steeped in the Celtic and American folk traditions and adept at improvisation, the second annual Fall Fiddle Festival will offer Concord a jam-packed day of workshops and jam sessions, followed by a toe-tapping evening concert of fiddle music on October 21.
Join us for the launch of our new Side Door Music Series that brings talented musicians from across the globe to the Currier Museum of Art. The series will kick off with the stellar talent of Heather Maloney, a Massachusetts-based singer-songwriter named “Artist to Watch” by Spin Magazine, who will intrigue you with her unique sound. Ms. Maloney is a dynamic and intensely creative Americana singer-songwriter. Her lyrics can stand alone as beautiful poetry, and yet, combined with her vocals and guitar, elevate to something wholly magical. On stage, Ms. Maloney performs with engaging humility, humor and poise. In this inaugural performance of the Side Door Music Series, Ms. Maloney will be supported by Ryan Hommel on vocals and guitar. Also enjoy opening act Hannah & Maggie.
Waterville Valley Resort has a pumpkin full of Halloween activities planned for the weekend of October 28th. Yes, that is the weekend right before Halloween, so look at this as a sweet dress rehearsal.
The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce’s efforts to welcome weekend visitors to the New Hampshire State House got a green light and on Saturday, Oct. 7 and Oct. 14 complimentary guided tours will depart from the State House Visitor Center at 107 North Main Street every 30 minutes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Additional weekend guided tours will be available on Saturday Dec . 9 when the NH State House is decorated for the holidays.
Passengers are invited to dress in their most creative costumes and celebrate aboard the M/S Mount Washington during their annual Halloween Masquerade Ball. All costumes, from the scary, spooky and fancy to just plain comical, are welcome.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will premiere its newest planetarium show, Life under the Arctic Sky, on Friday night, October 6 at 7 p.m. Life under the Arctic Sky explores the Northern Lights from both the perspective of scientists and of the Sami, the indigenous Scandinavians who traditionally herded their reindeer over hundreds of miles, their way lit only by the moon, the stars, and these dancing lights in the northern sky. The show will be followed by an update on August’s solar eclipse, by Discovery Center staff and amateur astronomers who traveled to the Path of Totality to watch the eclipse.