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March 2010

Summer Fun is Unlimited at Waterville Valley

Looking for some summer fun the whole family will enjoy but won't break the bank? Waterville Valley Resort's all-inclusive "Summer Unlimited" package is exactly what mom and dad are looking for. From Memorial Day to Columbus Day, visitors who stay at Waterville Valley pay one fee to enjoy a wide range of activities. In June, prices start at $37 per person for a family of four. "Families love the Summer Unlimited package because it means they don't have to decide which activities they want to enjoy and which ones they should budget for," says Jim Wefers of the Waterville Valley... Read more →


Town Square Condos "No We're Not Fooling" Package valid March 31 or April 1, 2010

$100 per night includes $50 Dinner Certificate- Ski for $1, too! March 18, 2010 -- For $100, two people can stay in a one bedroom condo, get a $50 dinner voucher to use at Diamond's Edge North and ski for $1 on April 1. No, we¹re not foolin'! After your day of skiing, relax in a sauna or Jacuzzi at the White Mountain Athletic Club. Just $173 in a 3-bedroom condo (sleeps up to 8 people). Price does not include 9% NH sales tax. Waterville Valley is just a two-hour drive from Boston. Visitors to the valley can park the... Read more →


Waterville Valley to host world-class alpine athletes in two alpine championship series

WATERVILLE VALLEY, NH— Waterville Valley will soon become the focus of the alpine ski world. Waterville Valley Black & Blue Trail Smashers Ski Educational Foundation (WVBBTS) will play host to two championship alpine events this month at Waterville Valley Ski Area, the NorAm Cup Finals and J4 Future Stars. USSA, the national governing body for skiing and snowboarding, selected BBTS to host these events at the Waterville Valley Ski Area in March. The NorAm Cup Finals host the top 160 men and women alpine racers from the US and Canadian National Teams who are competing just below the World Cup... Read more →


Frost Heaves, the award-winning variety show from "the most under-appreciated town in New Hampshire," presents Spring Fever Frolics, March 19 and 20 at the Peterborough Players Theatre in Peterborough, NH. "Love is in the air," says Fred Marple, unofficial spokesman for the town of Frost Heaves. "Or maybe that’s just the breeze coming from Homer Andrews’ cow barn. Anyways, we’re going to focus on love, among other things." The Frost Heaves Players (Ken Sheldon, Kathy Manfre, Beth Signoretti and Dave Nelson) will present music and comedy, including Life’s Little Mystery theatre (examining why people fall in love with the wrong... Read more →


Poacher the Pooch visits Waterville Valley March 12

WATERVILLE VALLEY, NH - The Margret and H.A. Rey Center in Waterville Valley is pleased to announce that NH Fish & Game Conservation Officer Mark Hensel and his canine companion, Poacher the Pooch, are visiting Waterville Valley on Friday, March 12 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m! The program begins with an indoor presentation, then heads outside to demonstrate Poacher's fish catching (and crime-fighting) skills! Admission is by donation. Recommended for adults and families with children ages 8+. Primarily Poacher looks for hunters and fishermen who take game illegally. However, in 2009 the eight-year-old black Labrador Retriever was involved in about... Read more →