Hockey is back. Of course in New England it never really leaves, especially in places like Waterville Valley, NH. The Waterville Valley Ice Arena sees hockey action nearly year round, but the fall season brings the excitement, competition, talent and promise to a whole different level. Over the last few years the New England Wolves have become a new feature of the town of Waterville Valley, but they are surely on their way to becoming a staple of the village. The Ice Arena has always been a host to youth hockey tournaments, synchronized figure skating troupes, and open public skating,... Read more →

Monday, August 25 – Friday, August 29 (We are always CLOSED on Tuesdays) EVERYONE will be admitted free to the museum from August 25-29 to explore the exhibitions and participate in family programs and tours. Please go CURRIER.ORG or call 603.669.6144, x108 for more information. Storytime in the Gallery Monday, August 25 at 11:30 a.m. Hear an art-related story read by a children’s librarian, then create your own work of art! This month’s story is Press Here, by Hervé Tullet. Recommended for ages 2-5, but all are welcome and admission is FREE. Creative Studio: Shapes Wednesday, August 27, 11 a.m.-... Read more →

Waterville Valley is opening up their doors to celebrate the end of another summer season with their “Just Ducky” End of Summer Bash. Beginning the night of Friday, August 29 and running right through Labor Day, Monday, August 29, Waterville will be celebrating with an array of events including live music, a BBQ, and kids activities. Sunday will see the majority of activities which will include a frozen T-Shirt Contest, the annual rubber duck race to benefit the Pemi Bridge House, and a Roaming Raceway and Railroad. Kids will find plenty to do with scavenger hunt, bounce house, and a... Read more →

Within the Valley that surrounds Waterville Valley exist a number of New England’s highest peaks. The Denali Challenge will be to hike the two Osceola peaks, Tecumseh, Welch and Dickey Mountains – all in Waterville Valley. The altitude of these five peaks approximates the height of Mount Denali in Alaska. This hiking weekend will propose the challenge of hiking all of these peaks in one weekend. The weekend will be filled with intense hiking for some, but will also include talks by hiking heroes, time for socializing, hikes for families with kids, games and entertainment. The ultimate challenge is to... Read more →

Waterville Valley Resort and WVBBTS / Snowsports Educational Foundation have announced a joint project that will yield significant upgrades in snowmaking for the 2014/15 season. The resort and the snowsports foundation will make a combined investment of more than $250,000. There will be seven new fan guns as well as additional improvements and upgrades made to the existing snowmaking system. All this comes just four years after Waterville Valley Resort invested another $500,000 in snowmaking and improvements back in 2010. Waterville Valley Resort and WVBBTS look forward to working together on this project as well as others in the future... Read more →

Grab your guitar, head to downtown Plymouth and find a spot on the sidewalk to take part in the first ever Make Music Plymouth! On June 21 artists of every age, genre and experience level will descend on the downtown area to participate in this free, outdoor music festival. The event runs from 11 AM to 8 PM and welcomes musicians of all backgrounds to participate and use Main Street as a venue, with storefronts, sidewalks and common areas serving as stages. Everyone is invited to attend and listen, learn, play or just enjoy the celebration! As of today, there... Read more →

Lakes of the Cloud Hut courtesy of AMC The Rey Center Summer lecture series, entitled “Trails and Tales from the Wilderness”, kicks off with White Mountain Huts: Past and Future, by Dartmouth College professor, Allen V. Koop on Friday May 23, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. Maybe you have stayed in a hut or maybe you are wondering what these huts are all about? The Appalachian Mountain Club's Hut System is a unique institution in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Koop explores how the huts and the people who built, maintain and use them have formed a world apart, a... Read more →

The Wizard of Waterville's Winters is Wandering West! After 44 years of service, Keith Sutherland has decided to hang up his pink crocs and will be retiring from Waterville Valley Resort and the snow sports industry. Keith spent his years in a variety of roles here in Waterville, but he bids farewell after spending the last three years as the Director of Mountain Operations. Waterville Valley Resort is profoundly happy for Keith and incredibly proud and grateful of the service he provided over the years. “Keith has been an unbelievable asset to Waterville Valley Resort for many years. We are... Read more →

Jackson Ski Touring a Great Destination for Families JACKSON, NH – Looking to do something fun and active with the kids during the February school vacation week? Jackson Ski Touring offers affordable family fun with a variety of activities for children, terrain fit for beginners and hot chocolate at the Ellis River Cocoa Cabin as a way to top off a great day of skiing. Conditions in Jackson have been excellent this winter with consistent snowfall and premium grooming. New skiers can take a private or group lesson with the Center’s experienced Ski School staff. Additional children’s weekend lessons and... Read more →

#bobmarley WATERVILLE VALLEY, NH – Comedian Bob Marley is no stranger to the White Mountains. A Maine native, Marley has been hosting his show at the WatervilleValleyConferenceCenter for three years running. He takes the stage again on February 16th, 2014. Celebrating 17 years as a stand-up comic, Bob Marley is one of the hottest and most sought-after comedians in the country. He has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late- night TV circuit: “The Late Show” with David Letterman, “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno, “Late... Read more →