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December 2010

White Mountains of Winter Fun

NORTH WOODSTOCK, NH - When the snow starts falling and the White Mountains begin living up to their name, that's when many people looked forward to going downhill and cross country. But it's time to move over, schussers and gliders, because winter in this wonderland is not just for skiers anymore. "Of course, the White Mountains will always be synonymous with skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, but there are also plenty of activities and adventures for folks when they are off the mountain," said Jayne O'Connor, president of White Mountains Attractions Association. "For Christmas vacation visitors in the region,... Read more →


Welcome 2011 with Waterville Valley’s New Year’s celebrations

Welcome 2011 with fresh fallen snow, fireworks, family events, and of course, skiing, riding and cross-country skiing. New Year’s Eve events at Waterville Valley Resort in New Hampshire’s White Mountains includes the Fireworks lighting up Corcoran’s Pond at 7:30 p.m., and a 45-minute Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride departing from the Town Square. Two beautiful Percheron draft horses pull the sleigh, while riders are encouraged to bring a warm cup of cocoa to stay cozy along the ride. Space is limited, so book your sleigh reservation early by calling (603) 236-8175. At Diamond Edge North Restaurant the celebration continues with live music... Read more →


Holiday Weekend Activities at the Currier Museum of Art

Enjoy caroling, shopping and more Dec. 11-12 in Manchester Manchester, NH –This holiday season, catch the last month of The Secret Life of Art: Mysteries of the Museum Revealed exhibition (closing Jan. 9, 2011) and enjoy caroling, shopping and more this weekend at the Currier Museum of Art. On Saturday, Dec. 11 at 10:30 a.m., the Currier presents A Christmas Carol Told by Odds Bodkin. Dickens began performing his beloved story in 1853, dressed in a tuxedo and reading from behind a lectern. With voices for Scrooge, Bob Crachit, Marley’s ghost and others, Dickens’ ghost story of love and redemption... Read more →


ART CONCORD

Bring a friend/kid/neighbor/co-worker, pick up your coffee and get started! The Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce invites you to support the arts and enjoy a holiday outing at ART CONCORD! This Saturday, December 4 • 11 am - 3 pm Stop by any or all of the participating galleries to enjoy refreshments, and pick up a gallery map to start
 the tour! Nine participating galleries offer an abundance of diverse artistic! Art Center at Hargate, St. Paul’s School, 325 Pleasant StreetPaintings by Chris Pothier, Visiting Artist • www.sps.edu • www.cwapothier.com League of NH Craftsmen Gallery 205, 205 North Main StreetBaskets,... Read more →


Cranmore Mountain Undergoes $6 Million Facelift

NORTH CONWAY, NH – Cranmore Mountain, under new ownership announced earlier this summer, has infused the North Conway, NH resort with millions of dollars of improvements. The resort has undergone a facelift in time for winter operations with a projected opening of Thanksgiving weekend November, 2010. The principals and operators of Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, Brian Fairbank, Joseph O’Donnell and Tyler Fairbank, purchased the resort in June 2010 and immediately made major upgrades and improvements. CNL Lifestyle Properties, Inc. a Florida-based real estate investment trust (REIT) provided over $7 million in capital. Among those improvements was the installation of a... Read more →