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Take part in our annual Pink Raffle to support B4BC. Waterville has raised over $50,000 in the last 12 years through this event. Boarding 4 Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a non-profit, youth-focused education, awareness, and fundraising foundation. B4BC’s mission is to increase awareness about breast cancer, the importance of early detection and the value of an active lifestyle. HOW TO PARTICIPATE: THE ANNUAL B4BC RAFFLE- SAT. 2/1 & SUN. 2/2 Tons of product will be up for grabs! We will be raffling off everything from helmets to outerwear and even snowboards! Raffle tickets can be purchased Saturday or Sunday in... Read more →


Downsizing has always been a thing, but it’s currently having a moment in popular culture. The combination of Baby Boomers looking to move to more senior-friendly homes with a cultural shift toward minimalism and sustainable living means that many people are looking for smaller homes, apartments, and condos. If you are among those looking to simplify your life and your home, here are the pitfalls you should watch out for. Read more →


Insurance rates in New Hampshire dropped this year, but enrollment still impacted by shortened open enrollment period and minimal publicity – health care advocates remind Granite Staters to shop and sign up for coverage by Saturday, December 15th deadline Read more →


Canterbury Shaker Village’s serene beauty shines through in November.  If you haven’t yet come to visit, there’s still time. The village is open weekends through November 24th and then re-opens for holiday events.  Through November 24, guided tours are offered Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am and 2 pm, and the Café is open from 11-2.  The museum store is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm through November 29, the day after Thanksgiving.  Then join the fun at Christmas at Canterbury on Dec. 7 and 14.  Or consider reserving a spot of one of our special candlelight tours offered on December 6, 8, 13, and 15.  Read more →


Waterville Valley’s pedestrian-friendly village is perfect for Trick-or-Treating and Halloween fun. On Friday, October 25, the Waterville Valley Recreation Department will host a Pumpkin Carving & Pizza Party. This is a great family night out from 5:30-7:30 p.m. where you can carve and decorate your own pumpkin while enjoying pizza and other fall treats. The cost is only $10 per family. Bring your own pumpkin to carve, all supplies are included. On Saturday, Oct. 26, Waterville Valley will host its annual Halloween Spooktacular! Festivities kick off at 3:30 p.m. All ages are welcome to participate. Ages nine and under require... Read more →


Want to know where to find the best foliage this fall? Come to a valley in the midst of the White Mountain National Forest to enjoy fall colors that have it all, except lines, traffic and crowds. Waterville Valley has a weekend dedicated to the spectacular foliage of the White Mountains, from Saturday, October 12th to Monday, October 14th. This is a weekend celebration of family fun with all kinds of events for everyone including free outdoor concerts, tent sales, a ski swap, 5K road race, 1.6K fun run, 10-mile trail race, and other activities including kid’s games, pumpkin painting,... Read more →


The City of Concord has acquired and conserved 26 acres of land connecting Winant Park with Walker State Forest.  To ensure the permanent conservation of the property and access for public enjoyment the City granted Five Rivers Conservation Trust a conservation easement on the property. Read more →


Moulton Farm’s Annual Corn Maze Features M/S Mount Washington

The lake was still frozen and the M/S Washington was wintering in Center Harbor when the team at Moulton Farm started planning their annual corn maze. John Moulton, owner of Moulton farm in Meredith, recalls few ideas for this year’s theme were discussed, but then the idea of celebrating the Mount Washington came up.  Read more →


The Mount Washington Cog Railway of New Hampshire will be celebrating a momentous occasion on July 3rdthis year. 150 years ago, mountain-climbing steam engines successfully traveled to the summit of Mount Washington with paying customers, changing history forever to become the first mountain- climbing railway in the world. Read more →


The Mount Washington Cog Railway, the first mountain–climbing cog railway in the world, is celebrating 150 years of operation this year in 2019. The Cog, (as it is affectionately nicknamed) is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, 6 miles from the grand Mount Washington Hotel. Read more →