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French and Indian War Encampment Expands Activities and Welcomes Groups, Charlestown: An annual Revolutionary War Weekend event that takes place at the Fort No. 4 in early June expands the total number of sutlers and companies that attend and partake in reenactments, demonstrations, retail of 18 century style wares, and display military and native camps. During the American Revolution, Fort No. 4 was the northern most colonial settlement which experienced great turmoil with the Abenaki Natives and intrusion ordered by King George II. Contact: Wendalyn Baker, [email protected] P: 603-828-5700

New Hampshire Pumpkin Festival has a New Location, Laconia: the enormously popular Pumpkin Festival formerly in downtown Keene each October moves to downtown Laconia, near the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. Keene will continue a smaller version of a Pumpkin Festival at the Cheshire Fairgrounds. Contact: Lakes Region Chamber Director Karmen Gifford, [email protected] P: 603-524-5531


New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism Development (DTTD) has a New Garden Tour Suggested Itinerary: DTTD plans to expand its suggested itinerary mix with a new 5-day Garden Tour that could entertain groups with up to 50 passengers from mid spring to late fall (note the best months to do this tour is May and June). Activities include touring gardens on islands off the coast in the Atlantic, stepping back in time with living museums who loyally utilize colonial agricultural practices, show gardens, historic estate gardens, events, and indigenous flora. Itinerary will be released by the end of November 2015.

Bretton Woods Adventure Center adds Several New Activities, Bretton Woods: NH’s largest ski area with easy to intermediate grade trails has added several family-friendly activities to their adventure center including  tubing adventure on the Ammonoosuc River, mountain-top kite flying, new mountain biking trails at Fabyan Fields, and guided moose watching tours. Contact: Melody Mere, [email protected] P: 603-278-8884

Hobo Railroad Operates Hobo Farm Stand and Farm Yard During Foliage Season, Lincoln: As part of a new annual fall foliage celebration, the Hobo Railroad will have seasonal products from Moulton Farm, Annalee Doll Company, and Fadden’s General Store & Sugarhouse and entertainment such as pumpkin bowling, sack races, bean bag toss, and more. Contact: Paul Giblin, [email protected] P: 603-745-2135 x 13

New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) Breaks Ground for New Museum, Loudon: Groundbreaking ceremony took place September 26 for a brand new 20,000sqft museum to be open year round called North East Motor Sports Museum. The museum will be located at the south entrance of NHMS, New England’s largest sports facility. Contact: Nathan McShinsky, [email protected] P: 603-783-4931 and

Pickwick’s Ghost Tours Adding Trolley Tours, Portsmouth: Currently offering guided walking ghost tours and a history tour of Portsmouth will be adding guided Trolley Tours right from downtown. Contact: [email protected] P: 603-427-8671

Portsmouth Named One of “America’s Happiest Seaside Towns,” Portsmouth: Coastal Living Magazine named Portsmouth #9 on their list of “America’s Happiest Seaside Towns.” Contact: Greater Portsmouth Chamber Tourism Manager Valerie Rochon, [email protected] P: 603-610-5517

Settlers Green Prepares for New Retail Center, North Conway: The already successful tax-free shopping outlet center in North Conway plans significant expansion to be completed 2016 as they work to attract high-end fashion brands. Contact: Laura Tuveson, [email protected] P: 603-356-7031 x 100


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