The rich history, traditions, and sound of Nepalese, Bhutanese, and Indian music will be featured in the next two installments of the Concord Community Music School’s free Bach’s Lunch programs.
December 31, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Northern New England’s huge family-friendly New Year’s Eve event gets better every year. Ring in 2017 a few hours early at the Currier Museum of Art’s annual Noon Year’s Eve party! Wrap up a day of celebrations with bubble-wrap fireworks and a huge balloon drop. Enjoy fun art-making activities, face painting, dance party and live entertainment. Enjoy all sorts of kid-friendly food and more. Dress in your party best and celebrate the New Year at the Currier! Cheers! This year, we'll be featuring the astounding magician and slight of hand artist David Hall! Please note...
ARTalk: Patriotic Landscapes January 7, 2 p.m. (snow date: January 14) Hear the Currier Museum’s new Director and CEO, Alan Chong, discuss the concept of patriotic landscape painting in Europe and America. Young nations, at various periods and across different continents, have invented artistic expressions of national identity and their sense of being unique. Images of Mount Washington were critical in this process in the 19th century, but America was neither the only nor the first example. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 603-669-6144 http://www.currier.org
With the holiday season in full swing, Waterville Valley Resort has a full slate of events and activities to delight guests during the holiday vacation, with fun for kids and adults of all ages.
A cold and snowy start to the holiday season means New Hampshire ski areas have plenty of trails to ski and ride – and plenty of fun activities both on and off the slopes. Across the state, ski areas are busy making snow, with many offering top-to-bottom skiing and riding by Christmas.
Waterville Valley Resort will host The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s (USSA) Revolution Tour (the Rev Tour) January 8th-13th 2017. The next generation of Olympic freeskiers and snowboarders competing in slopestyle will descend upon Waterville Valley Resort’s Exhibition Terrain Park for the second stop of the Rev Tour
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center will be open from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day from December 26-31 for the winter holiday break. Five planetarium shows – including the Discovery Center’s newest shows, Space School and The Little Star that Could – will be offered every day, as well as the special NASA exhibition, The Hubble Space Telescope – New Views of the Universe. Admission to the Discovery Center is $10 adults, $9 for students and seniors; $7 for children up to age 12; and free for members and children ages 0-2. Planetarium shows are an additional $5 (free for members and children ages 0-2).
The holidays are almost upon us, and for those who are still looking for a deal, check out the Ski & Stay Special Winter Holiday FLEX Package at Waterville Valley Resort.
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center’s staff and volunteers are very excited about the premiere of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. To celebrate, during the premiere weekend (December 16 – 18), the Discovery Center will display three Star Wars-themed artifacts build entirely from Legos and loaned to the Center by their builder,
The Town of Waterville Valley’s Recreation Department is offering Candy Cottage Workshops for all ages. Choose from a large or small cottage and decorate with frosting and over 20 types of candy, all provided with the cost. You don’t even have to clean up! This is a two-hour workshop and is offered twice, Saturday, December 10th and Saturday, December 17th. Workshops run from 10am-12pm both days. Sign up in advance online or by phone to reserve your cottage size.