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September 2014

The leaves change from summer green to reds, yellows, oranges and golds and New Hampshire bursts into brilliant color. It is the most perfect season. Crisp fall mornings give way to warm Indian summer days. Pumpkins and corn stalks dot the landscape and everyone carries a camera to record this spectacular season. Read more →


Celebrate the fall season in New Hampshire with a cruise aboard the M/S Mount Washington. Enjoy a colorful, scenic view of the fall foliage while the ship tours Lake Winnipesaukee during one of the state’s most popular seasons. The fall cruise season runs through October 19 offering daily cruises from its home port of Weirs Beach and also servicing Alton Bay and Wolfeboro Read more →


Weirs Beach, N.H. – Passengers are invited to put on their best Halloween costumes and celebrate the holiday during the M/S Mount Washington Masquerade Ball. The cruise features entertainment and prizes for best costumes. Cruisers can party together for an evening of frightful fun, sinfully delicious cuisine, soulful song and goulish dancing. This is the last chance – and last cruise of the season – to enjoy a moonlit view of Lake Winnipesaukee. The Halloween Masquerade Ball will take place on Saturday, October 25. The cruise leaves from Weirs Beach at 6 p.m. and returns at 9 p.m. Tickets for... Read more →


Inaugural Pinnacle Bike Championship – Prize Purse and Event Passes Waterville Valley, NH, USA September 19-20, 2014 – The prize purse for the inaugural Pinnacle Bike Championship event is set at $20,000, with the winner taking home $10,000 in cash! The payout is deep, all the way to 40th position. Event Passes are now on sale. Don’t miss your chance to see 10 riders racing downhill head-to-head for the first time ever dropping over 1,500 vertical feet. Come enjoy great food, a course-side beer garden and entertainment for the whole family. The White Peaks Express Quad will be open for... Read more →


The Rey Center Summer lecture series, entitled “Trails and Tales from the Wilderness”, concludes with It’s Not About the Hike by Nancy Sporborg and Pat Piper on Friday October 10, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. We all have our own mountains to climb. Your mountain may be a 4,000-footer in the White Mountains. But it could also be going to college, getting a job, bringing up children, caring for aging parents or dealing with an illness. “It's Not About the Hike” is a presentation that will bring you into your heart, lift your spirits, and inspire you to climb that next... Read more →


The McAuliffe-Shepard is having its first ever Comedy Night Under the Stars on Saturday night, September 20 from 6:30 - 10 p.m. Read more →


The Granite State offers many ways to experience the season off the beaten path whether through a hike, a drive, or a weekend stay. A foliage leaf peeking excursion can also be combined with a visit to one of the many state’s attractions. New Hampshire in the fall bursts with the colors of nature and adventurous activities to keep the entire family busy. Read more →


Autumn is a special time in Waterville Valley. The surrounding White Mountain National Forest serves as the perfect scenic backdrop for family friendly fun, a couples’ getaway or a group trip. Read more →


From Afropop to traditional drumming and dance, four bands will celebrate Portsmouth’s third annual West Africa Day Sunday, Sept. 21 at an outdoor, afternoon festival at Redhook Brewery. Read more →


Zimmerman House Ticketed Tours The Zimmerman House Tour provides visitors with a 90-minute exploration of the house with information about Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture, the commission and design of the house and details about the Zimmermans, who lived in it for 36 years. Take a tour Thursdays through Mondays at 11:30 a.m. or 2 p.m. Reservations are required. FREE for Museum Members. $20 Adults; $19 Seniors; $16 Students; $8 Children 7-17. *Tickets include admission to the Currier Museum. All Zimmerman House tours begin at the Currier. For more information about tour schedules, tickets and offerings, visit CURRIER.ORG or call 603.669.6144,... Read more →