The Waterville Valley’s Recreation Department will offer its annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Town Square on Saturday, April 13th. There will be more than 1000 filled eggs with a chance of finding a golden egg. The program is free, and there will be prizes & pictures with the Easter Bunny, The hunt will begin at 9:30 a.m. Kids 11 years old & under are invited. There will be hot cocoa and coffee too. Please bring your own basket to collect the eggs.Read More
Spring’s Sweet Farewell to Winter
Spring is Maple Time in New Hampshire, the pinnacle of “sugaring time” in the heart of Maple Country. March 22 and 23, 2003 is Maple Weekend in New Hampshire. And, with more than 50 sugarhouses open throughout the state, New Hampshire’s spring ritual of making syrup is emerging as a popular weekend travel adventure. Take the opportunity to tour maple orchards and sugarhouses and learn how maple syrup is made. Taste free samples of maple products and fill up on pancake breakfasts. Gather sap with horses or oxen, take a horse-drawn hayride, watch a sap gathering contest with up to 20 teams of horses, or tour barnyards to see common and exotic animals. Here is all the information you need to create a story on this emerging travel trend.
From mid-February through early April, the state’s maple producers sweat and toil in their sugarhouses to boil maple tree sap down to syrup, and they invite the public to participate in this labor-intensive harvest. Maple Weekend brings special activities throughout the state, with inns and restaurants offering package deals.Read More
Waterville Valley Black & Blue Trail Smashers will hold their 1st BBTS Winter Fiesta on February 9th, at La Hacienda. This family fun night will include live and silent auctions, raffles, a buffet dinner, and music by Savoy Truffle. Prizes this year are fantastic,Read More
Cold water, a jolly old elf and a good cause? On Saturday, Nov. 26, the good times at Waterville Valley start at 1 p.m. as Captain Tom Turkey will lead his fearless fowl feathered friends as they plunge into the icy waters of Corcoran Pond adjacent to the Town Square to raise funds for the Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports Program.Read More
It’s that time again… we’re freezin’ for a reason at the Sixth Annual Cold Turkey Plunge to benefit the Waterville Valley Adaptive Sports program. Same great event — but a unique new venue! Due to the Corcoran Dam construction project, Tom Turkey and his band of frozen giblets are relocating to the chilly watersRead More
Check out the Rey Center’s new Women’s Writing Workshop. In this six-week workshop, you’ll get to know other local writers and practice the craft. Every week, you’ll write to a prompt, share feedback and ideas, receive writing resources and advice, and have the opportunity to offer critical feedback in a casual, relaxed, and supportive setting. End goal? Nurture your love of writing and ignite your creative spark!Read More