WATERVILLE VALLEY, NH – The Margret and H.A. Rey Center in Waterville Valley has just released its summer programming schedule with lots of fun-filled art, science and nature activities that the whole family can enjoy. The Margret and H.A. Rey Center, located on the second floor of Town Square is a non-profit education organization with programming modeled after the interests of Margret and Hans Rey, the authors of the Curious George characters, and former summer residents of Waterville Valley. This summer’s nature programs include Valley Nature Nights and Nature Nights in Blair Woodlands. Both programs are held every week from... Read more →

Waterville Valley, N.H. – While summer is a great time in NH to get in all your outdoor recreation, be sure to save time for some cultural leisure as well. A perfect example is Waterville Valley Resort’s 4th annual Art, Wine and Cheese fundraising event on Saturday, July 12. This engaging annual event benefits the art and science educational programs of the Margret and H.A. Rey Center and the Curious George Cottage in Waterville Valley. The event is a community effort with works of art donated by local artists and auctioned off in live and silent auctions. The evening will... 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 →

MARSHALL, Mich. – A year of free nights at celebrated inns and B&Bs across North America – that’s what Michael Hubbard and Sossi Chungrian won, and their travels take them June 1, 2014 to Holderness, New Hampshire where they will stay at The Manor On Golden Pond. The couple were chosen from 49,853 entries as one of the grand prizewinners of the 2013 Vacation of a Lifetime from Select Registry Distinguished Inns. The Montreal, Canada couple’s prize is a free night at all of the nearly 350 Select Registry inns, B&Bs and small boutique hotels across the United States and... Read more →

SUNDAY, JULY 13, 11 AM-2 PM Jazz Brunch at Wolfeboro Inn A fundraiser to support the NHMF—$62/person FRIDAY, JULY 25, 8 PM Chamber Music Concert Wolfeboro Congregational Church Adult $20; Youth $10 Series tickets on sale now . Single tickets on sale May 12 For full concert/event listings and ticket info, Read more →

World Coalition Against the Death Penalty-Film and discussion on the death penalty

Concord will be host to members of the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty from more than a dozen countries for a special documentary and panel discussion on Thursday April 10th from 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. at Red River Theatres. Read more →

The film was ranked number 56 on AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills, a list of America's most heart-pounding movies.[24] It was also ranked number 27 on Bravo's 100 Scariest Movie Moments.[25] Additionally, the Chicago Film Critics Association named it the 14th scariest film ever made. Read more →

#cooking class The Manor on Golden Pond is inviting novice and experienced chefs alike to attend their upcoming “Fork in the Road” Cooking Classes, each with its own unique epicurean theme. Held at the Manor’s elegant country bed and breakfast setting, these cooking classes gives guests a chance to fine tune their culinary skills and learn new recipes from the Manor’s team of professionally trained chefs. They will also have the opportunity to sample an array of dishes during each class. The two-day classes run from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and accommodations at the Manor... Read more →

“The weather has been just glorious and the colors dramatic” notes Cathy Bedor, Cog Railway Partner, “The Cog is busy welcoming individuals from around the world this foliage season, and we are hoping visitors looking for alternative destination options due to the recent shutdowns choose to ride the Cog. Since we have added two new locomotives to our fleet, we have additional capacity to accommodate more riders.” Read more →