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  1. Welcome to the White Mountains Guest Blogger program!

    We love to hear and share what travelers and visitors like yourself have to say about New Hampshire's White Mountains region and it's busine...

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  2. June Events in the Mt. Washington Valley

    Date: June 9th, 2015

    North Conway, NH - As we prepare for another summer in Mt Washington Valley, June is alive with everything from adventure to foodie events. From bird watching to motorcycle riding, June events attract visitors from throughout the world. It's a time when trees start greening up, golf courses open and family attractions open daily.&nb...

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  3. Join Loon Mountain's New Ultra Learner's Club, Get a Free Pair of HEAD Skis

    Date: January 1st, 2015

    Lincoln, N.H. - Learning to ski just got easier and more affordable than ever, thanks to Loon Mountain's new Ultra Learner's Club program. By booking and completing three Learn-to-Ski packages through the program, guests will become eligible to receive a free pair of HEAD skis and bindings, plus great savings on lift tickets all winter long...

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  4. Women's Skate Ski Clinic at Great Glen Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  5. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 2 at Great Glen Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  6. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 1 at Great Glen Trails

    three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  7. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 1 at Great Glen Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  8. Women's Skate Ski Clinic - Session 1 at Great Glen Ski Trails

    A three week program of skate skiing instruction for women only, led by Ski School Director Sue Wemyss with a different technique theme each week. Two sessions available: January 26, February 2, 9, 2015 February 23, March 2, 9, 2015 Clinics run from 10:00-11:30 am with pre-session waxing help from 9:00-10:00am. Skate ski clinic, great glen trails A weekly ski class for women emphasizing instruction, a supportive atmosphere, and fun. Open to women ages 16 - adult. Participants should have some prior cross country skiing experience, have an interest in learning and improving, and have the desire to be part of a fun and supportive group. First time and very novice skiers are encouraged to check into the Great Glen Ski School offerings, which include both group and private lessons. Cost: (includes trail pass for the day) $69/3 week session; $28/single session $129/both 3 week sessions Season Pass Holders: $59/3 week session $22/single session $109/both 3 week sessions Special pricing on skate rental equipment packages for clinics: $12/day includes skate skis, boots & poles To register: call or email Sue Wemyss at Great Glen Trails, 466-2333, ext 148, sue@greatglentrails.com. A minimum number of 5 participants are required to hold the program, with a maximum of 12.
  9. Winter Wild Uphill Race Series Championship

    Winter Wild is an uphill race with a twist - the finish is at the bottom, so you get to come back down too! Grab your skis, grab your snowshoes or just grab your favorite winter running shoes and join us for some winter fun. Winter Wild breaks the race into several categories: Open (stabilizers, running shoes, snowshoes, yaxtrax, etc), Track skis (lightweight skating/diagonal gear), Telemark (full metal edged skis with a 3-pin or cable binding) and Heavy Metal (alpine skis, Randonee bindings, plastic boots), but all competitors race side-by-side to complete the course. Competitors will race up challenging “Black” and “Blue” trails and descend easier “Green” trails to a grand finish back at the bottom. Please visit www.runreg.com to pre-register or register in person on race day. REGISTER ONLINE Winter Wild Uphill Race Schedule 5:30 am Race Registration Meet on the Slopeside level of the Bretton Woods Base Lodge to register and check out the competition. Make sure you arrive early, as the race will start at 6:30 am sharp! 6:30 am Race Start The course is approximately 3.3 miles in length. More course details will be released closer to the event date. Course Details Course is in the counter-clockwise direction starting straight up the lift line to the Chutters Candy Shop. Then traverse your way across to Rosebrook summit before picking up Two Miles Home to race to the finish. 8:30 am Awards Ceremony Join us back up on the Slopeside level of the Base Lodge to warm-up and enjoy the awards ceremony. Winter Wild Uphill Race Fees •$20.00 Early Pre-registration (Online registration before 2/28/15) •$25.00 Pre-registration (Online registration after 2/28/15) •$45.00 Pre-registration and lift ticket (Online registration before 2/28/15) •$50.00 Registration Donation Bring a non-perishable food item for us to donate to the New Hampshire Food Bank and you'll pay the pre-registration entry fee ($20.00) for the day of the event as a “thank you” for helping us feed the hungry in our community.
  10. Winter Bird Banding

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center holds a program for people of all ages to see wild birds up close. Learn about why and how the Science Center captures, bands, and releases the birds that gather at winter feeding stations. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Cost: $8 for members; $10 for non-members Save $5 per person if you register for both Winter Bird Banding and the Wild Winter Walk on February 14. Cost is $11 for members; $15 for non-members For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhnature.org or call 603-968-7194.
  11. Winter Bird Banding

    Holderness, NH - Looking for a chance to see wild birds up close? Join the Science Center to find out why and how they capture, band, and release the birds that flock to the winter feeding stations on their campus. This program is for all ages. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $10 for members; $12 for non-members Early Bird Discount: Save $2 per person by registering before day of program. For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  12. Winter Bird Banding

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center holds a program for people of all ages to see wild birds up close. Learn about why and how the Science Center captures, bands, and releases the birds that gather at winter feeding stations. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Cost: $8 for members; $10 for non-members Save $5 per person if you register for both Winter Bird Banding and the Wild Winter Walk on February 28. Cost is $11 for members; $15 for non-members For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhnature.org or call 603-968-7194.
  13. Wild Winter Walk: Guided Tour of the Live Animal Trail

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center hosts a guided tour of the live animal trail for adults and families with children ages 6 and up. Many people wonder what happens to the animals at the Science Center during winter. Most of them stay in the same place, just as they would in the wild. Participants can see the animals as they are led by a staff naturalist who will guide the walk on the live animal exhibit trail and discuss how native animals are well-adapted for winter in New Hampshire. Be ready to snowshoe and see beautiful wild animals in their winter fur coats. Snowshoes are available at no extra cost or attendees may bring their own. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $8 for members; $10 for non-members. Save $5 per person if you register for both the Wild Winter Walk and Winter Bird Banding on February 14. Cost is $11 for members; $15 for non-members For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  14. Wild Winter Walk: Guided Tour of the Live Animal Trail

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center hosts a guided tour of the live animal trail for adults and families with children ages 6 and up. Many people wonder what happens to the animals at the Science Center during winter. Most of them stay in the same place, just as they would in the wild. Participants can see the animals as they are led by a staff naturalist who will guide the walk on the live animal exhibit trail and discuss how native animals are well-adapted for winter in New Hampshire. Be ready to snowshoe and see beautiful wild animals in their winter fur coats. Snowshoes are available at no extra cost or attendees may bring their own. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $8 for members; $10 for non-members. Save $5 per person if you register for both the Wild Winter Walk and Winter Bird Banding on February 28. Cost is $11 for members; $15 for non-members For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  15. Where Are Our Ospreys?

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center presents a program about Ospreys for adults and children ages 8 and up. Join Iain MacLeod for the latest news on the satellite-tracked Ospreys the Science Center is following as part of Project OspreyTrack. Hear the stories of their migrations and view maps to see what they are up to. In addition to the birds tagged in New Hampshire, attendees can check on more than a dozen other tagged Ospreys. Learn about the amazing technology that allows tracking of these birds and meet a live Osprey up-close. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $5 for members; $7 for non-members Early Bird Discount: Save $2 per person by registering before day of program. For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  16. Vertical Express for Can Do MS

    Vertical Express for Can Do MS Shreds into Loon Mountain on Nationwide MS Awareness Tour. Register Now!

    Vertical Express for Can Do Multiple Sclerosis, the only national event series that combines skiing and fundraising to empower people with MS, will hit the slopes of Loon Mountain on February 6, 2016. One of seven stops in a nationwide event series, the Loon Mountain event supports Can Do MS's lifestyle empowerment programs for people with MS and their support partners.

    Skiers of all ages and abilities are invited to join in the fun for only $25. Join an on-mountain scavenger hunt, compete in the Vertical Express Cup, raise awareness of MS at the Jimmie Heuga Memorial Ski Down and have some après fun at an awards party and raffle.

    An adaptive ski experience at the Loon Mountain event will enable people with MS to build self-esteem and confidence, improve their fitness levels and join their family and friends on the slopes (apply online at mscando.org/verticalexpress).

    Don't miss out on the fun at #VEMS2016! Visit mscando.org/verticalexpress or call 1-888-Do-It-4-MS to register.”

    Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/1673264192957635/

  17. South Peak Skin & Ski at Loon Mountain Resort

    Chairlifts are for babies. Get a taste of adventure by skinning up South Peak into old logging trails, and then skiing down Jobber through a giant slalom course. This is the perfect race for beginner and expert racers, and includes both telemark and alpine touring divisions. $2,500.00 in prizes will be provided by Village Ski and Sport, Blizzard, Tecnica, K2, Dynafit, 22 Designs, Black Diamond, Scott USA, Swix, Toko, Marker/Volkl, Scarpa, Salomon, and more. All particpants will recieve an event t-shirt. Registration: Pre-Registration $25.00 (Ends 1/8/15) Day Of Registration: $35.00 To pre-register for this event please call, 1-800-229-LOON ext: 5400 Stay tuned for details!
  18. Snowshoe through the Solar System

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center invites the public to venture outside on snowshoes to explore just how big the solar system really is. Participants will discover the relative size of each planet and the distances between them as they walk from planet to planet on a scale model. After the snowshoe adventure the group will warm up with some hot chocolate. Snowshoes are available at no extra cost or participants may bring their own. This program is designed for adults and families with children ages 7 and up. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $10 for members; $12 for non-members Early Bird Discount: Save $2 per person by registering before day of program. For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  19. Snowshoe Nature Tour

    Two Hour Instructional Nature Tour on Snowshoes with Expert Guide - Jackson Ski Touring Foundation guides will show you places along the trails and off the system that most people would never get to find. This is a fun and interesting tour led by snowshoeing experts who will also give technique tips along the way.Pre-registration suggested. Tour price $10. Tours start at 10 am and 1 pm. Rentals available for just $12. For more information or to register email info@jackson.org or call 383-9355 or visit www.jacksonxc.org Tours 10 am-noon & 1-3 pm
  20. Snowshoe Exploration

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center offers a snowshoe program for families with children ages 6 and up. Learn how animals survive the winter through a series of outdoor activities and games - all on snowshoes! Following outdoor activities attendees will head inside to meet a live animal and learn how it meets the challenges of winter. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $10 for members; $12 for non-members Early Bird Discount: Save $2 per person by registering before day of program. For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  21. Remick Museum & Farm Homeschool Class: Wild Edibles/Plant Medicine (Outdoor Class)

    Remick offers seasonally-based classes for homeschool students (ages 6-12) the third Monday of each month during the school year. Discovery through the senses, combined with hands-on activities and discussion, encourages deeper understanding of each themed class. $5/participant. Students must be accompanied by a parent or chaperone, not left unattended. No charge for chaperones unless participating in the class project. Pre-register for May 18 class by Monday, May 11; no walk-ins. Tamworth Village.
  22. Plants of Field & Forest

    [DEVELOPER NOTE: This is an Expired event. Date changed to display for REVIEW ONLY]

    Walk our property with herbalist/museum educator, Carol Felice and learn to identify the abundance of useful wild plants. With each succeeding walk, you will recognize the plants as they change through their life cycle and ad new plants to your repertoire. Take one class or all four! Dress for the weather and rocky terrain. Bring a small notebook, pencil and camera if desired.

    Please register in advance. $10 per person, includes admission to museum. Call to register by May 7
  23. Plants of Field & Forest

    Get to know the planting needs and uses of 17 beautiful medicinal plants. Enjoy teas made from featured herbs; take home a booklet of planting and harvesting guidelines. $20/person, ages 16 & above. Please register by Wednesday, April 8. Remick Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village.
  24. Planning Your Medicine Garden

    Join Museum Educator/Herbalist Carol Felice at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village to get to know-through slides, discussion, and tastings-the planting needs and uses of 17 medicinal plants. Address details of plant placement and size in relationship to other plants in your garden. We will have potted versions of, and share teas made from some of our subjects; take home a booklet of planting/harvesting guidelines. We expect to have potted herbs for sale. $25/person, ages 16 (with parent) & above. Pre-register by Tuesday, April 26.

  25. Pirates of the High Skis at Cannon Mountain Ski Area

    Arrgh! Ski Like a Pirate and Hunt for Ye Treasure! This is a fundraiser for the Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country and the day includes: treasure hunts, tattoo parlour, contests, portrait gallery, raffles and a day of skiing & riding for a great price and a great cause! -Pre-register at adaptivesportspartners.org and be entered for more chances to win and discounted lift tickets. Can also register day of event at the mountain. -All ages and abilities welcome. -Hunt for hidden treasures across Cannon Mountain & win prizes -Tons of prizes from ski and stay packages to season passes and more. -Those who come dressed as pirates will be rewarded. -Silent auction, raffles and all day pirate fun -Proceeds from this event support ASPNC - enriching the quality of life for people with disabilities through sports and recreation. -Sponsors: Cannon, Ski Haus, Turtle Ridge Foundation
  26. Pengiuns and Polar Bears at Great Glen Trails

    Ski Camps for Kids! Join Polly the Penguin and Percy the Polar Bear for fun on snow! February 16 - 18, 2015 9:30am - 11:30am Penguins - Ages 6-8 Polly the PenguinLet's play some games! Being a penguin is all about playing in the snow. What else do penguins love to do? Ski, of course! Slide around just like a penguin and learn all a penguin's favorite ski games: Capture the flag, one ski ball pass, freeze tag and more! Learn how to maneuver, glide, duck and dive just like a penguin! Polly the Penguin says: “Come glide with me, cross skiing is fun!” Polar Bears - Ages 9-11 Percy the Polar BearTime for some serious fun! Polar Bears are fun, fast and great on skis! They're super skiers! To be a super skier just like a Polar Bear, you need to explore all of Great Glen Trails. Find hidden treasures on scavenger hunts, learn to ski scooter and try out the ski limbo. In no time, you'll be skiing like a polar bear! Percy the Polar Bear says: “I'm looking for the best skiers to join my Super Polar Bear Skier Squad!” Both Penguins and Polar Bears are led by the Great Glen Trails Ski School staff and the camp director is Olympian Sue Wemyss. Sue has taught and coached cross country skiing for more than 20 years to students of all ages. For many winters now, she has worked with kids at Great Glen Trails ensuring they have fun on snow while learning how to improve their skiing. Her experience leads the team and Polly the Penguin and Percy the Polar Bear are grateful to have her on board. Cost: $99 includes three-day camp, trail passes and rentals (if needed). Call to register (603) 466-2333. Two-day: $75 Single day: $40 For the single and two-day options, a phone interview with Camp Director, Sue Wemyss or Retail Manager, Nathan Harvey, (603) 466-2333 is required for participants to join the camp “late,” i.e. on Day 2. One-day only participation is not available on Day 3. Great Glen reserves the right to cancel the camp if minimum number of campers is not reached two days prior to the start of each camp.
  27. Otter Extravaganza

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center offers a program for families with children ages 7 and up. Otters are known for being highly active predators and for their sense of play. Learn about otter behaviors and what it takes to be an otter in winter. Attendees will play in the snow and search for food items as the otters would. Participants will also include a walk to the River Otter Exhibit to observe otter behavior. Snowshoes are available at no charge or participants may bring their own. Participants should bring sleds if they have them. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $9 for members; $11 for non-members Early Bird Discount: Save $2 per person by registering before day of program. For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  28. Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge at Cannon Mountain Ski Area

    The Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge is a free, fun race open to all ages and abilities. Bring your friends, bring your family and join in the fun! Register 8-11am in the Peabody Base Lodge. Race starts at 11! Visit cannonmt.com for more info or to pre-register!
  29. Mount Washington Cup Race

    Join us for this 41st annual 10 km Freestyle Race (skate ski), which is part of the Wellinghurst Memorial Series and ZAK Cup Series. Located on the grounds of the historic Mount Washington Hotel and the White Mountain National Forest, the Bretton Woods Nordic Center is one of the largest cross country areas in the East. The 100-km trail network crosses open fields, meanders through woods of spruce and fir, passes beaver ponds and mountain streams, and traverses open hardwood stands. Please call the Bretton Woods Nordic Center at (603) 278-3322 for more information. To register online, please visit skireg.com by March 6th, 2015. Mount Washington Cup Schedule 7:30 am - 9:00 am Race Registration 10:00 am Race Start 9:00 am - 10:30 am Bill Koch League Fun Event Registration 11:00 am Bill Koch League Fun Event Start 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Awards Ceremony Mount Washington Cup Race Fees $30 ($50 if registered after March 6th) $25 - if entered in the Bretton Woods Marathon on March 7th, 2015
  30. Lil' Tweakers at Loon Mountain Resort

    Little kids can go big, too. That's the idea behind this mini-shred competition sponsored by Crab Crab and High Cascade Snowboard Camp. Riders spin the Wheel of Grabs and tweak 'til they can tweak no more. T-Shirts go to the first 40 snowboarders who register. Open to rider 14 and under. Registration: 9:00am-11:00am (Bunyan Room) Event Start: 12:00pm
  31. Lil" Plankers at Loon Mountain Resort

    Little kids can go big, too. That's the idea behind this mini-slopestyle competition sponsored byLINE Skis and Saga Outerwear. T-shirts go to the first 40 skiers to register. Open to skiers ages 14 and under. Registration: 9:00am-11:00am (Bunyan Room) Event Start: 12:00pm
  32. Homeschool Class: Sheep & Wool at Remick Country Doctor Farm & Museum

    Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village offers season-based classes for homeschool students (ages 6-12) the third Monday of each month during the school year. Discovery through the senses, combined with hands-on activities and discussion, encourages deeper understanding of each themed class.$5/participant. Students must be accompanied by a parent or chaperone, not left unattended. No charge for chaperones unless participating in the class project. Pre-register for April 20 class by Monday, April 13; no walk-ins.
  33. Homeschool Class: Maple Sugaring Past & Present/Tree Ecology

    Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village offers season-based classes for homeschool students, ages 6-12, one Monday a month during the school year. Discovery through the senses, combined with hands-on activities and discussion, encourages deeper understanding of each themed class. $5/participant. Students must be accompanied by a parent or chaperone, not left unattended. No charge for chaperones unless participating in the class project. Pre-register for this class by Monday, March 14; no walk-ins.

  34. Governor Adams Cup Race

    The 32nd Annual Governor Adams Cup Race, a non-sanctioned citizen's race for good skiers of all ages, is scheduled for Saturday morning, March 19, at Loon Mountain. The race benefits the Governor's Cup Ski Scholarship Fund, which helps student athletes in the Lincoln/Woodstock area to pursue their passion of winter sports. Check out the facebook page for event updates and links to register! https://www.facebook.com/GovernorsCupRaceLoon/
  35. Go Wild with Crafts

    Holderness, NH - Squam Lakes Natural Science Center holds a program for children ages 4 to 10. Participants will have fun with natural materials and learn about nature through crafts. Attendees will transform natural treasures like pine cones, milkweed pods, acorns, seeds, and sticks into amazing items to take home. Meet a wild creature skilled at natural designs. Children must be accompanied by adult at no charge. Reservations are required in advance by calling 603-968-7194. Cost: $9 for members; $11 for non-members Early Bird Discount: Save $2 per person by registering before day of program. For details about this event, upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhntaure.org or call 603-968-7194.
  36. Geschmossel Classic Ski Race

    Originally staged during the winter of 1972-73, the Geschmossel is one of New England's oldest citizens' races. The race originated as a 6-kilometer fun race, and was groomed with a homemade track sled that was pulled by a rope from a grooming machine. Today this 15 km classical style Nordic ski race is part of the ZAK Cup Series and takes place on the Ammonoosuc trail network at the Bretton Woods Nordic Center, and has grown to attract high-level skiers including members of the United States Ski Team. Please call the Bretton Woods Nordic Center at (603) 278-3322 for more information. To register online, please visit skireg.com by January 16th, 2015. Geschmossel Classic Ski Race Schedule 8:00 am - 10:00 am Registration Bretton Woods Nordic Center 10:00 am - 11:00 am Bill Koch League Fun Event Registration Bretton Woods Nordic Center 11:00 am Race Start Bretton Woods Nordic Ski Area 12:00 pm Bill Koch League Fun Event Start Bretton Woods Nordic Ski Area 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Awards Ceremony Bretton Woods Nordic Center Geschmossel Race Fees Pre - Register before 6:00 pm on January 16th, 2015 • $30/ racer •Complimentary - Bill Koch League After January 17th, 2014 •$50/racer •Complimentary - Bill Koch League Race fees include •Entry and Trail Pass for the day •Awards celebration following the race •T-shirts will be given to the first 75 registrants
  37. Demo Day at Loon Mountain Resort

    You'll test-drive a car, so why not your winter gear? Demo the latest 2014/15 skis and snowboards from some of today's top brands like K2, Salomon, Dynastar, Nordica, Volkl, Marker, Line, Blizzard, Parlor, Icelantic, Aramada, and more to come . Be a savvy shopper. Registration: 8:00am-1:00pm (Governors Pavillion) Cost: $10.00 All particpants will need a valid form of identification to register for this event.
  38. Blizzard Tug-of-War Tournament

    Gather your burliest friends & family, get ready to get wet, and try to take the overall Blizzard Tug-of-War Championship Title! Prizes will be awarded to overall tug-of-war champions, best team uniform and best team splash!

    • No cost to enter
    • All team members must register together as a team in person for weigh-in, max weight 1,200lbs per team (no limit to # of people!)
    • Limit 8 teams - first come, first served
    • Single elimination format
    • Prizes from Blizzard Skis (the official ski of Cannon), Chutters Candy Shop (home of the longest candy counter in the world!) and of course, Cannon Mountain.
    • Register 8-11:00 at Guest Services. Event @ 12pm right in the base area!

  39. Barnyard Basics Workshop: Raising Sheep & Lambing Basics

    Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village presents this workshop for the beginning sheep owner or those interested in raising a flock for meat and/or fiber. Basic information provided for shelter, care, nutrition, etc. Lambing basics for both ewes and lambs will be discussed. The workshop will include a tour of the Remick lambing barn as well as an opportunity for hands-on experience with our flock of North Country Cheviots. $15/participant; ages 18 & above. Pre-register by Thursday, March 10.

  40. Barnyard Basics Workshop

    Barnyard Basics Workshop: Raising Pigs. Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village presents this workshop for the beginning pig owner, or those interested in raising pigs for meat. Basic information provided for their shelter, care, nutrition, etc. The workshop will include a walk on the farm property to see the shelter, pastures and pigs. Led by Farm Manager Lindsey McAllister. $15/participant; ages 16 & above. Pre-register by Thursday, April 7.

  41. Business Services in the White Mountains

    The following Businesses are members of the White Mountains Attractions Association:


    Woodward's Resort Golf Packages

    One nights lodging and 18 holes of golf at one of the following courses: OWLS NEST GOLF CLUB (18 HOLES, 7,012 YARDS, PAR 72) | WHITE MT. COUNTRY CLUB (18 HOLES, 5,800 YARDS, PAR 70) | MAPLEWOOD COUNTRY CLUB (18 HOLES, 6,100 YARDS, PAR 72) | BETHLEHEM COUNTRY CLUB (18 HOLES, 6,000 YARDS, PAR 70)

    Stay & Play packages available including one night lodging and 18 holes of Golf at your choice of four great White Mountain golf destinations. STARTING AT ONLY: $124 per person, double occupancy: June 19 thru September 7th ~AND~ $106 per person, double occupancy: September 8th thru October 25th

    Address: 527 US 3, Lincoln NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-8141

    Scrapbook Extravaganza

    Check our website for dates to make plans now to bring your group of friends to one of our fun and exciting scrapbooking weekends!

    Check in anytime after noon on Friday and kick the weekend off with dinner, followed by our scrapbooking welcome reception. You can meet some of the other scrapbookers, catch up with old friends and set up your "office" with supplies and photographs. There will also be a vendor fair with all the latest tools, paper and scrapbooking supplies. A full schedule of workshops begins on Friday. Don't forget to listen up for our great door prize drawings & contests taking place throughout the weekend!

    Make plans now to bring your group of friends to one of our fun and exciting scrapbooking weekends!

    Address: 1251 Eaton Road, East Madison 03849
    Phone: (603) 367-8896

    Residence Inn Military Discount

    As a thank you for your service, Residence Inn North Conway offers special rates to qualified government employees and military personnel. Along with huge savings from our special offers, guests can enjoy complimentary amenities like hot and cold breakfast buffets each morning, high-speed Internet access and more.

    Address: 1801 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860
    Phone: (603) 356-3024

    The Cannon/Flume Villager

    Includes: (2)-Night stay in a one bedroom condo and (2) Adult passes to Cannon Tramway OR Flume Gorge.
    From: $329.00 Sunday-Thursday-Non Holiday

    Address: 72 Loon Village Rd. Lincoln, NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-3401

    Easton Valley Escape

    Package includes: Four nights lodging in one of our newly-decorated cozy rooms, a full country inn breakfast each morning, a four course gourmet dinner each night, free use of bicycles, tennis courts, outdoor heated pool and jacuzzi. From $388 pp/do Use Code: M4S

    Address: 1172 Easton Road, Franconia, NH 03580
    Phone: (800) 473-5299

    Rest and Recreation Package

    PACKAGE DETAILS: Luxurious accommodations Each adult can choose one of the following: $100 spa credit (Children under 16 not permitted in Spa), Ski ticket for Bretton Woods with lunch (available November - April) with lunch which includes entrée, side and non-alcoholic beverage at ski area dining venue 18 Holes of golf with cart and lunch (available May - October) with lunch which includes entrée, side and non-alcoholic beverage at The Grille Canopy Tour (Minimum age is 12 (12-17 year olds must be accompanied by an adult). Minimum weight is 90 pounds. Maximum weight limit is 250 pounds)

    Package includes accommodations nightly, and either a spa credit, ski ticket with lunch (November-April), canopy tour or round of golf with cart and lunch (May-October) each day, per adult.

    Address: 310 Mt Washington Hotel Rd, Bretton Woods, NH 03575
    Phone: (603) 278-1000

    Woodstock Inn - Romance in the Mountains

    Make your stay with us a romantic getaway. This package includes a romantic dinner for 2 in the Woodstock Station, and champagne and flowers await your arrival.
    $163 - $257 ppdo

    Address: Woodstock Inn, 135 Main Street, North Woodstock NH 03262
    Phone: (603) 745-3951

    Woodward's Resort Whale's Tale Water Park & Alpine Adventures Zip Line Package

    Package includes: One (1) night lodging and admission to Canopy Tree Top Zip Line at Alpine Adventures and Admission to Whale's Tale Water Park. Starting at $149.50 per person

    Address: Woodwards Resort, 527 US 3, Lincoln NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-8141

    Mount Washington Cog Railway Package

    » 1 night accommodation
    » Mount Washington Cog Railway Tickets
    » Hot Buffet Breakfast
    When you ride The Mount Washington Cog Railway, you're in for an unforgettable adventure. Magnificent scenery...efficient new biodiesel locomotives and the classic steam engine combined with a spectacular climb up the highest mountain in the Northeast. Browse the gift shop, have a bite to eat at the restaurant, visit the informative museum, and enjoy the great views before ascending the mountain. The Mt. Washington Cog's "brakemen" will entertain you along the ride with stories and pointing out historic sites.

    Address: Best Western White Mountains Inn
    Phone: (603) 823-7422

    A Romantic Interlude

    Two nights lodging in a spacious room, A full country inn breakfast each morning, A four course gourmet dinner each night, Free use of bicycles, tennis courts, outdoor heated pool and jacuzzi. Plus...a bottle of champagne! Rates from $249 pp/do. Use Code: M2RI

    Address: 1172 Easton Road, Franconia, NH 03580
    Phone: (800) 473-5299

    The Loon Weekender

    Includes: (2)-Night stay in a one bedroom condo and (2) Adult passes to Loon Mountain Gondola.
    From: $350.00 Friday & Saturday nights only-Non Holiday.

    Address: 72 Loon Village Rd. Lincoln, NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-3401

    Deluxe Romance Package

    PACKAGE DETAILS: Luxurious accommodations, Fresh flowers delivered to room at turndown on night of arrival, Champagne and keepsake flutes delivered to room at turndown on night of arrival, Daily full American breakfast for each registered guest, Dinner for each registered guest at hotel restaurant of choice and One private carriage or sleigh ride per stay (rides are weather permitting).

    Experience romance, New Hampshire style. Enjoy luxurious accommodations complete with dinner, champagne, a sleigh or carriage ride, and breakfast.

    Address: 310 Mt Washington Hotel Rd, Bretton Woods, NH 03575
    Phone: (603) 278-1000

    Franconia Notch Adventure Package

    An 80-passenger cable car brings visitors to the 4,080-foot summit of Cannon Mountain in under ten minutes. On a clear day, you can see the mountains of four states and Canada! At the summit, you'll find spectacular scenic walking paths, a 360 degree observation deck, a cafeteria, bar and restrooms.
    This stunning natural wonder will leave you spellbound as you stroll the path from the Visitors Center to the Flume and back. You'll walk among towering moss-covered granite walls, past cascading waterfalls, historic covered bridges, glacial boulders and much more.

    Flume Gorge, Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway Package includes
    » night accommodation
    » admission tickets to Flume Gorge and Cannon Mountain Tramway
    » Hot Buffet Breakfast

    Address: 87 Wallace Hill Road, Exit 38 from I-93, Franconia 03580
    Phone: (603) 823-7422

    Santa's Village Package

    Now you can enjoy Santa's home here in the beautiful White Mountains of NH with your family in the summer, fall and winter. Your admission includes unlimited use of all the rides and shows-ride over and over again without long lines! An Abominable water play area that will provide hours of “cool” entertainment.

    » One Night Accommodation
    » Santa's Village Admission Tickets
    » Hot Buffet Breakfast

    Address: 87 Wallace Hill Road, Exit 38 from I-93, Franconia 03580
    Phone: (603) 823-7422

    Residence Inn AAA Discount

    Take advantage of your AAA/CAA membership during your stay at our Mt. Washington hotel. Save on everything from room rates to spa treatments and more!

    Address: 1801 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860
    Phone: (603) 356-3024

    Golf Stay & Play Package

    Fill the joy of Golfing in the White Mountains. Chose from many beautiful courses like Mountain View Grand Golf Course, Maplewood Country Club, Lisbon Village Golf, Sunset Hill Golf, Waumbek Golf Club, and Bethlehem Golf Club.

    Weekdays Package Start at $79.99/ppdo that include following.
    » 1 Night Hotel
    » 18 holes of golf
    » Cart rental
    » Use of Hot tub, Sauna, and Large Indoor Heated Pool, FREE Hot Continental Breakfast

    Address: 87 Wallace Hill Road, Exit 38 from I-93, Franconia 03580
    Phone: (603) 823-7422

    The Cannon/Flume Overnighter

    Includes: (1)-Night stay in a one bedroom condo and (2) Adult passes to Cannon Tramway OR Flume Gorge
    From $169.00 Sunday-Thursday-Non Holiday

    Address: 72 Loon Village Rd. Lincoln, NH 03251
    Phone: (603) 745-3401