Summer may be winding down, but September is a great time to tour Lake Winnipesaukee aboard the M/S Mount Washington.
With its diversity of wildlife habitat, the small state of New Hampshire is quietly becoming a big destination for birders and wildlife wanderers. The state’s mix of Northern Hardwood and Boreal Forest, its plentiful fields and mountain trails, its remote lakes and 18 miles of seacoast all present everything a bird--and therefore a birder--could ask for.
People are fascinated by the beauty and majesty of Mount Washington, and for good reason,” said Andrew Spahr, Currier director of collections and exhibitions. “This exhibition will present major paintings by Thomas Cole and John Kensett (1816-1872) that helped alter the course of American art in the 19th century as well as prints, photographs and early guide books that made the region one of the most popular tourist attractions in America in the mid-1800s.”
In celebration of the world’s most beloved monkey, who turns seventy five years old this year, filmmaker Ema Ryan Yamazaki announces the first ever mixed media documentary about Curious George. Monkey Business delves into the extraordinary lives of Hans and Margret Rey, the authors of the beloved Curious George children’s books. The Reys were of German/Jewish descent and narrowly escaped the Nazis on makeshift bicycles they rode across Europe, carrying the yet-to-be-published Curious George manuscript with them.
A new eatery will be coming to Waterville Valley this fall. La Tasse, a 25 seat café, will open in the Town Square next to The Bookmonger and Toad Hall Toys.
On Saturday, August 20 & Sunday the 21st, 2016 for check out the Eighth Annual Hillsborough Living History Event.
Head to Waterville Valley and help send off summer right during the ‘Just Ducky’ End of Summer Bash. This annual event is a weekend-long celebration over Labor Day weekend, September 3-5.
If you’re sad about summer coming to an end, Labor Day in New Hampshire is sure to help with a variety of fun events and activities.
With more than a dozen 4,000-foot peaks surrounding Waterville Valley, NH the invite is being issued to climb five of them in a single weekend of intense hiking, fun, and entertainment. This is Waterville Valley’s 3rd annual 5 Summit Challenge, a 20,000-foot total that is almost the height of the highest point in the U.S., Alaska’s Mount Denali.
As the fall season sets in, you can still feel the heat in Waterville Valley Resort at the 18th Annual Chili Challenge & Brews. On Saturday, September 24, this event will be held in the Town Square with area restaurants competing for the renowned title of “best chili.”