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  1. White Mountains Summer Bucket List

    Date: July 27th, 2018

    White Mountains Summer Bucket List

    There is still a lot of summer left and we know that you have a bucket list of fun and adventure you still need to complete. A trip to the White Mountains is sure to be on your list, and we have some great suggestions that you do not want to miss. Get your pen out and start marking some checks in those boxes!

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  2. April Vacation Events and Happenings

    Date: April 5th, 2018

    April Vacation Events and Happenings

    April Vacation is almost upon us and it couldn’t come fast enough! With the snow melting, and temps rising, it’s a great time to come to the White Mountains and explore what we have going on in early spring.

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  3. Milestones and Celebrations in 2018

    Date: March 23rd, 2018

    Milestones and Celebrations in 2018

    The White Mountains region is steeped in history and is one of the reasons families visit year after year. We want to share with our visitors some historic milestones that are coming up in 2018 for some of the area’s Attractions, lodging properties, and shops. Come celebrate with us!

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  4. 5 Slopes with Sensational Views

    Date: February 1st, 2018

    5 Slopes with Sensational Views

    The White Mountains are known for stellar scenery, killer views, and of course, awesome skiing and riding. We know you’ve gotten off the chairlift, whipped out that phone and taken some incredible photos of the mountain views ahead of you. Looking to find the best shots to share on Instagram? When you’re hitting the slopes, be sure to check out these five trails that boast sensational views.

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  5. HIGHLIGHTS ON THE HILLS: FEBRUARY VACATION WEEK AT MT WASHINGTON VALLEY’S SKI RESORTS AND XC CENTERS

    Date: February 15th, 2018

    HIGHLIGHTS ON THE HILLS: FEBRUARY VACATION WEEK AT MT WASHINGTON VALLEY’S SKI RESORTS AND XC CENTERS

    With more than 130” of natural snowfall at Mt Washington Valley’s ski resorts and XC Centers, not to mention tons of manmade snow, snow conditions going into February Vacation Week are primo for skiers and riders. Add to that a full line-up of events and adventures scheduled at the region’s 13 ski resorts and XC Centers, and you’ve got the perfect destination for your February Vacation. Not a skier? Fear not! There’s plenty of great adventure on and off the mountains for those who’d prefer to find fun without skis or boards on their feet!

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  6. Cold River Radio Show

    Cold River Radio Show

    Featuring exclusively New England based artists, performers, authors, and storytellers the show focuses in on the unique culture of the North East. Cold River Radio introduces listeners to the New England life and the north east’s most interesting characters.

    Click here for more information and to buy tickets.

  7. Children's Summer Theater Series presented by Jean's Playhouse & IMPACT

    Children's Summer Theater Series presented by Jean's Playhouse & IMPACT

    Fridays, 10am July 13th - August 17th

    Tickets: $8/person (Under 3 FREE)

    Buy a Season Pass for $35 and Save!

    Buy Your Season Pass!

    We are pleased to announce the return of our Children's Summer Theater Series! Presented by Jean's Playhouse and IMPACT Children's Theatre, these original plays with unique songs present a new twist on classic tales. Visit us each Friday at 10am to learn more about your favorite characters such as Wendy Darling, Little Bo Peep, Peter Rabbit, and more!

    Buy Tickets!

    2018 IMPACT Productions:

    The Reluctant Dragon - July 20th
    What happens when you meet a dragon that loves poetry instead of shooting fire out his nostrils? What happens when the town insists that the dragon is dangerous no matter what you say? Join the boy, St. George and the dragon as they find a raucous way to convince the town that the dragon is more than what meets the eye! Click here to buy tickets!


    The Princess and the Pea - July 27th
    Finding the right person to marry can be a difficult job, especially when your Mother insists that she be a princess. For Prince George all the princesses he’s met so far…just don’t feel real. Then one stormy night a drenched young woman shows up at his door! The Queen Mother creates the test of all tests to see if she’s true as Prince George wonders…could she really be the one?Click here to buy tickets!

    Azban’s Great Journey: An Abenaki Tale adapted from New England author Brian Chenervert's book - August 3rd
    Azban, the raccoon is quite the rascal. On his journey from river lands to the ocean, he spends his days scheming ways to get free meals and meddling in the affairs of those he encounters. Soon Azban realizes that sometimes his behavior comes at a cost and that perhaps he should mend his ways. Click here to buy tickets!

    Little Bo Peep and the Beautiful Owl - August 10th
    Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep…or has she? It seems that it wasn’t only Bo’s fault that the sheep disappeared that day. In the process of trying to find them and bring them home, Bo comes across a strange family and a beautiful owl who lives outside their home. There is something quite mysterious about this owl and Bo refuses to leave until she discovers just what it is! Click here to buy tickets!

    The Tale of Peter Rabbit - August 17th
    Mr. McGregor has a luscious garden right next door to Peter’s home. Peter’s Mother has told him and his sisters, they mustn’t ever go there. Peter thinks it won’t hurt to eat just a few of the vegetables, but when he does, the afternoon doesn’t go as smoothly as Peter planned! Click here to buy tickets!

  8. 9th Annual Jericho ATV Festival

    9th Annual Jericho ATV Festival
    August 3rd & 4th, 2018


    It's all about the mud!

    Some of the events and activities taking place at the Festival include:

    • POKER RUN
    • MUD PIT GRUDGE RUNS
    • AFTERMARKET VENDORS
    • HELICOPTER RIDES
    • FOOD VENDORS
    • VINTAGE ATVS LIVE MUSIC
    • BEER TENT
    • DEMO THE NEW ATV’S and S X S’s
    • MAJOR MANUFACTURERS


    More Information:
    Directions | 2018 Parking Map | Trail Information | 2018 Schedule of Events
    NH OHRV – Registration, age restrictions, helmet laws, etc | Lodging & Dining | Local ATV Rules & Regulations

    Lodging Information:
    Camping | Dry Camping | Motels, Hotels, and Cabins

  9. 8th Annual Whitaker Woods Snowshoe Scramble

    8th Annual Whitaker Woods Snowshoe Scramble

    February 17th, 2018

    This Snowshoe Scramble is a 4-mile snowshoe race on groomed trails and twisty singletrack winding through Whitaker Woods in North Conway Village.

    Start Time: 10 am sharp
    Check in time: 8:30 - 9:30 am

    Registration Fee:
    $20 per person in advance and on race day.

    Click to REGISTER ONLINE
    Last day to register online is Thursday, February 15th.

    Click to Download Registration Form

    REGISTRATION AND RACE START
    is at the WHITAKER WOODS MEETING HOUSE:
    2829 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, NH 03860

    $200 in prizes to giveaway. Lodging discounts available. Dion snowshoe rentals available for $5 on first come first served basis. This is an annual fundraiser for the nonprofit Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring Foundation. (Rescheduled from earlier Jan date). Info: Click here.

    Snowshoe racing is one of the fastest growing winter sports in the northeast thanks to our fantastic snow and incredible trail networks. This exciting, fast-growing activity will make you fitter and faster than you ever thought possible. Come join us as a participant, or a spectator, at this scenic intown location at the northern edge of North Conway Village. Bagels, coffee and soup provided by Big Dave's Deli will be served following the event.

  10. 16th Annual Ice Harvest & Winter Carnival

    Take part in a New England tradition & enjoy timeless wintertime fun!
    Details will be added to this list as the event draws near:

    • Participate in traditional ice block cutting, piking and hoisting — see it transported to our ice house
    • Celebrate winter with outdoor/indoor activities and family-friendly games
    • Meet and greet farm animals in their winter coats and surroundings
    • Listen to live music by Brier Hill Band in the Hearth Room — dancing is welcome
    • Try your hand at a winter-themed craft or go on a scavenger hunt
    • See demonstrations of step-by-step ice harvesting, outdoor cooking (samples too), and ice sculpting by Brian Stockman
    • Take a ride on, or simply admire, an antique snowmobile, provided by members of The Model T Ford Snowmobile Club
    • Test your skills by taking part in our first ever snowshoe race — see details below
    • Build a snowman, snowcow, or... — Let your imagination soar (weather dependent)
    • Take in outdoor exhibits of Winter Camping & Accompanying Gear, Wintertime Animal Trapping and Lore, Snowshoes Through Time, an Ice Boat from the New Hampshire Boat Museum, A Bob House/Ice Fishing Shack, and an "Antique Snow Roller"
    • Take a self-guided tour of the Museum Center: watch an ice harvesting video, learn about Remick Family history and walk through the "Our Medicine Through Time" exhibit
    • Warm up with a Remick-made lunch and other treats
    New in 2019! 5K Snowshoe Stampede | Start time 9AM
    Whether you're a serious competitor or a first-timer, join us for our first ever 5K snowshoe race!
    • The race trail is located on the Remick property
    • Entrance fee: $25 for pre-registered racers, $30 for same-day registration racers; entrance fee includes admission to Ice Harvest & Winter Carnival (11AM–3PM the same day)
    • Prizes for winners in each of three divisions for Men and Women
    • Refreshments will be available for racers following the race
    • In the event that there is no snow on the trail the day of the race, this will be a trail race requiring the use of traction devices
    • Pre-registration forms will soon be available here; same-day registration begins at 8AM at the Remick Education Center
    • Call 603-323-7591 for inquiries

    COST: $10/person, ages 11 & above | $5/child ages 5–10 | 4 & under, FREE
    Member Admission: $8 | $3 | FREE
    *If the ice is not safe, visitors will not be allowed on the ice. No matter the conditions, ice harvesting demonstrations will occur.