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February 01, 2015

- 8 Events

8:30 AM

Mount Washington Observatory - Overnight Adventure

The ultimate Mount Washington experience: Ride our snowcat to the summit, explore the alpine zone, experience Mount Washington’s legendary winter extremes and spend a night in our famous weather station at 6,288’. Educational programming varies each trip.

Sargent's Purchase

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10:00 AM

Winter Wine Festival Bubbles & Jazz Brunch

Sundays, January 16, 23, 30 – Piper Heidseick Bubbles & Jazz Brunch. Sundays, February 6, 13, 20, 27 – Domaine Chandon Bubbles & Jazz Brunch

New Castle

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10:00 AM

Lancaster Grand Prix

Got Sled? Bring it! Enter your snowmobile and be part of the action or simply come watch and cheer on the racers! See race rules and register at lancastergrandprix.com. It starts on Friday, January 30 with the Vintage Snowmobile Show and Grand Prix Ball. On Saturday come watch the Northern New York Vintage Snowsled Racers and stay for the post-race Sled Parade. On Sunday come cheer on the racers in the Lancaster Grand Prix. It may be cold outside, but this race is going to be hot!

Lancaster

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10:00 AM

Exploring Our Way Autism Program

On the first Sunday of each month during the school year, the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire welcomes families with children on the autism spectrum at no charge, as part of the museum's Exploring Our Way Autism Partnership Program. Families can explore the museum together, with support as needed from museum staff, trained volunteers, and special materials that include mapping tools and social stories. Different regional experts attend each session to offer information, and a variety of resource materials are available as well. No reservations are necessary, and families are welcome to stay and play after the museum opens to the public at noon.

Dover

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1:00 PM

Sleigh Rides at Bear Tree

Come out and enjoy nature! “The Boy’s of Bear Tree”, Danny & Tex will glide you through snow filled paths pulling their sleigh with the sounds of jingle bells ring in the air! This wonderful pastime is a great way to make memories with your family and friends, enjoy nature and take in the beauty of The Glen at Bear Tree! Here is our schedule and rates! Give us a call to book your group! Ride dates subject to change

Pittsburg

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1:00 PM

Sleigh Ride Social

Experience a relaxing trip aboard our horse-drawn sleigh ride. Bring a blanket and snuggle-up as you relive a bygone era. You’ll travel along our trails still brightly lit from the holiday season if you come on a Saturday evenings. If you choose to ride along during the day you will be able to see agricultural & wildlife animals as the sleigh travels along. Imagine...roasting hot dogs, toasting marshmallows, sipping hot cocoa ... while enjoying our cozy bonfire. Enjoy the fresh air as the sleigh takes you to a secluded pine grove. Upon arrival at our old fashioned winter social you’ll warm-up around several large bonfires while enjoying complimentary hot dogs, roasted marshmallows and hot cocoa. When you’re ready to depart from the fires just catch the next horse-drawn sleigh back to the farm. On the way watch for reindeer at the Reindeer barn. Please plan on approximately 2 hours. It’s a night filled with warm memories and special moments!

Candia

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2:00 PM

NHTP presents I Am My Own Wife by Doug Wright

An evocative one-man show examines the life of German antiquarian Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, who survived the Nazi and Communist regimes in East Berlin as a transgender person. Won the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Directed by Genevieve Aichele, starring CJ Lewis.

Portsmouth

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6:00 PM

SUPERBOWL XLIX

SUPERBOWL XLIX Sunday, February 1- 6:00pm Watch the BIG GAME on the BIG SCREEN Expanded Concessions: Hot Dogs, Fresh Popcorn with variety of flavorings, Common Man Candy, Beer, Wine, and all our other terrific offerings. Come watch the Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX at The Flying Monkey! Grab a seat at the Flying Monkey and watch the Super Bowl on the BIG screen. Concessions will carry the Common Man Game Day Fare as well as our usual uncommon offerings. Bring your friends and celebrate the Patriots Common Man style this Sunday. Doors open at 6pm. Admission: FREE

Plymouth

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February 02, 2015

- 4 Events

8:30 AM

Mount Washington Observatory - Winter Day Trip

An incredible alpine adventure: Ride our snowcat to the summit, explore the alpine zone and experience Mount Washington’s legendary winter extremes.

Sargent's Purchase

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7:00 PM

Dr. Joyce Pulcini, “The Affordable Care Act: Opportunities and Challenges”

Joyce Pulcini, Ph.D., PNP-BC, FAAN, FAANP, will join the Institute to discuss the major provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and explain recent developments in implementation of the PPACA including Health Care Exchanges, Medicaid Expansion, ACOs, and the Basic Health Plan including challenges and opportunities for the future. A specific focus will be on the implications of the ACA for health care providers.

Manchester

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7:00 PM

Gibson's Book Club: Othello, by William Shakespeare

Gibson's Book Club discusses and does a dramatic reading of Othello, by William Shakespeare Monday, February 2, at 7 PM, meeting in the True Brew Cafe Each February, our book club not only discusses but reads aloud a play by the immortal Bard. We find that our understanding improves through performance. It's a lot of fun. We skip the exposition so we can get out at a normal time, and we all take turns reading the juicy bits so no one feels left out. This year we're reading Shakespeare's great tale of jealousy, deceit, and murder, Othello. Our book club reads the Folger edition, which is inexpensive and has excellent notes. Please join us! Our book club is open to all. We've chosen an eclectic, ambitious list of books for the coming year: join us for every meeting, or deal yourself in as the spirit moves you.

Concord

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8:00 PM

UNH Traditional Jazz Series: Michael Weiss Quartet

The University of New Hampshire Department of Music Traditional Jazz Series presents the Michael Weiss Quartet Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 at 8 pm in Johnson Theater of the Paul Creative Arts Center, on the Durham campus. Pianist Weiss will be joined by Walt Weiskopf, tenor saxophone, David Wong, bass, and George Fludas, drums.

Durham

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February 03, 2015

- 5 Events

8:15 AM

WorkReadyNH Classes

Ready to work? Free WorkReadyNH short term skill building classes where participants earn certifications and improve skills that help you find employment! Classes start February 3 and are located at NHTI Concord’s Community College. To register call 603-271-6484 ext. 4426.

Concord

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9:00 AM

Nordic Meisters

The largest weekly cross country citizen race series in the United States. For eight weeks, skiers of all abilities challenge themselves on a short (2.7km) or long (5.3km) course with prizes awarded in age categories and through a raffle. With an adjustment system, all ages can compete on a level playing field. Awards and potluck March 13.

Gorham

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1:00 PM

Tuesday Trekkers, Social Snowshoe Trek for all Skill Levels

Social Snowshoe Trek for all Skill Levels - beginner to expert to explore the forest with expert guides from the Jackson Ski Touring Foundation. Experience many wondrous winter sights along the way. From 1-3 p.m.. $10 pp or annual members can join for the season for $45. For more information or to register email info@jackson.org or call 383-9355 or visit www.jacksonxc.org. Runs from 12/30 through 3/24 1-3 pm

Jackson

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6:00 PM

Full Moon Snowshoe Tour

Full Moon Snowshoe Tour A full moon guided tour to the Eagle Mountain House. Tour is free with complimentary hot cocoa and cookies at the Eagle Mountain House or stay for dinner. Call for more information or to make reservations. 603-383-9355 or info@jacksonxc.org. Reservations suggested. 1/4, 2/3, 3/5 6-8 pm

Jackson

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6:30 PM

Moonlit Snowshoe Walks at Prescott Farm

Join us for an opportunity to get out at night and take a walk through the snow under the bright light of winter’s full moon. You are welcome to bring your own snowshoes, but we have snowshoes available if you do not have your own. Hot chocolate, tea and coffee will be served after the walks.

Laconia

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February 04, 2015

- 3 Events

9:45 AM

Wee Ones Wednesday Class

This interactive weekly drop-in program for children ages 2-4 and a parent or caregiver includes art, music, movement and conceptual learning. Fee per adult/child pair: $7 for museum members, $10 for non-members. Additional children in a family are $5 each for members, $8 each for non-members.

Dover

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10:45 AM

Wee Ones Wednesday Class

This interactive weekly drop-in program for children ages 2-4 and a parent or caregiver includes art, music, movement and conceptual learning. Fee per adult/child pair: $7 for museum members, $910 for non-members. Additional children in a family are $5 each for members, $8 each for non-members.

Dover

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7:30 PM

Voice: If Music Be the Food of Love

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with ballads, sonnets, and catches as the wonderful British ensemble Voice returns to the U.S. to share songs of beauty, heartache, and the humor of love. The acclaimed trio will be joined by the Keene State College Concert Choir and choreographer Candice Salyers in a first-time collaboration celebrating the soaring music of German abbess and visionary mystic Saint Hildegarde von Bingen.

Keene

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February 05, 2015

- 3 Events

8:00 AM

Throwback Thursday

Dress in your favorite throwback XC-Ski gear and let us take a picture of you or post a throwback picture to our Facebook page to enter our Throwback Thursday contest. The staff pick of the day wins a cup of good old fashion hot cocoa, marshmallows included, served in a JXC mug that you get to keep! Runs from 12/18 through 3/26

Jackson

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5:00 PM

Free Beer Tasting

Free Beer Tasting weekly from 5-7 pm. Meet a representative from one of the many breweries being offered in NH. Sample a variety of their products, grab a six pack at a discounted price and enjoy free appetizers! Enjoy socializing with others with a passion for craft beer.

Concord

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7:00 PM

New Hope, with author Steve Hobbs

Author reading and signing. Set in the remote Maine town of New Hope in the late 1980s, this exceptional debut novel is an enticing blend of supernatural fiction, horror and one young woman’s coming-of-age. Steve Hobbs joins us to present this thrilling delight, New Hope!

Penacook

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February 06, 2015

- 14 Events

8:00 AM

CASA of NH's 15th annual Snowfest at Loon Mountain

Join CASA of New Hampshire at Loon Mountain on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, for an incredible day on the slopes. The 15th annual Snowfest at Loon Mountain, sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, is a collision of summer and winter where participants strap on skis or snowboards and hit the slopes for a round of nine holes of mountainside golf. Loon creates a unique snow golf experience for this annual event. If golf isn’t your thing, no problem! Come out for a day of skiing and riding, enjoy lunch by the Common Man and an apres ski party complete with a live auction, raffles and giveaways. You could win a pair of Rossignol skis and bindings or be the top bidder on a Gold Pass – your all-access pass to Loon, Sunday River and Sugarloaf for the 2015-16 ski season. All proceeds from the day’s event go to support the volunteer work done by CASA of New Hampshire, advocating in court on behalf of abused and neglected children. Registration is available online. Buy a single ticket for $105 a foursome for $400. For more information and to register, visit www.casanh.org/snowfest or email Joann at jneumann@casanh.org.

Lincoln

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8:00 AM

Mount Washington Observatory Overnight Climbing Trip Led by Synnott Mountain Guides

Climb Mount Washington and stay at the Observatory! The nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory, which has operated the legendary weather station atop 6,288-foot Mount Washington since 1932, has teamed up with [Climbing School Name] to offer this exclusive overnight adventure. Learn essential mountaineering skills as you ascend the tallest peak in the Northeast, then enjoy the comfort of a warm bed and a home-cooked meal inside our famous summit weather station. You won’t find another mountaineering experience like this! Visit www.mountwashington.org/education/climbing/ to learn more and register. Many more trip dates are available, all throughout the winter!

North Conway

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8:30 AM

Go Red for Women's Heart Disease

February is heart month! Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer in women? Red is the color of the day, so come wearing your best red sweater or outfit and receive 50% off trail passes, rentals and a Go Red Dress pin. Help raise heart disease awareness.

Gorham

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10:00 AM

Sage Farm Antiques Cabin Fever Show

Held at the Rollins Building, 144 Lafayette Road, North Hampton, NH an antiques, vintage and re-purposed show of over 40 dealers in a restored barn. Open 10 to 5 Fri & Sat and 10 to 4 Sunday. Food provided by Joe's.

North Hampton

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4:00 PM

Friday Night Lights Shopping Series at Settlers' Green

Free hot chocolate vouchers and special offers to select stores. Plus, new this year, purchase Attitash Mountain Resort and Wildcat Mountain discounted lift tickets during this event.

North Conway

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5:30 PM

Family Mardi Gras Party

FAMILY MARDI GRAS PARTY Plymouth United Methodist Church 334 Fairground Road, Plymouth Parking available and building is accessible Friday February 6, 2015 5:30 – 8:00 Authentic New Orleans food by New Orleans native, Melissa Furbish, and lots of fun, including entertainment by Uncle Steve Band, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, New Orleans photo booth, mask making for the kids with Frame of Mind Art! All proceeds will go to benefit the rebuilding efforts of Gulf Coast victims of Hurricane Katrina. Tickets are $10 adult, $5 child (2-12 years). Tickets sold at Off the Hanger, Main Street, Plymouth, at the door, or email mdfurbish@gmail for tickets or more information.

Plymouth

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5:30 PM

Dollar Deal Night

On the first Friday night of each month during the school year, the Children's Museum of NH will open its doors to visitors for just $1 per person. On Dollar Deal Nights, the museum will be open from 5:30 - 8 pm, offering families a low-cost night out together. The Children's Museum is not normally open in the evening, so this is also a special treat to visit after-hours and enjoy creative play before bedtime.

Dover

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5:30 PM

Symphony NH Fanfare '15 Gala

February 6, 2015 / 5:30pm / Crowne Plaza Nashua Our annual benefit gala at the Crowne Plaza has become a can’t-miss event with dinner, live/silent auctions, and dancing with New England Swing.

Nashua

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7:00 PM

Nana's Naughty Knickers, A Majestic Dinner Theatre

The Majestic Theatre proudly announces their second dinner theatre presentation of the 2014-15 season. Nana’s Naughty Knickers will be presented on February 6 and 7 at 7pm and on February 8 at 1:30pm at the Executive Court Banquet Facility. About the show: Bridget and her Grandmother are about to become roommates. However, what Bridget saw as a unique opportunity to stay with her favorite Nana in New York for the summer quickly turns into an experience she’ll never forget. It seems her sweet Grandma is running an illegal boutique from her apartment, selling hand-made naughty knickers to every senior citizen in the five borough area! Will Bridge be able to handle all the excitement? Will her Nana get arrested – or worse! – evicted? Majestic’s production stars an ensemble cast under the direction of A. Robert Dionne. Special thanks to our Sponsor Birch Hill Terrace. All inclusive dinner theatre on February 6 & 7 at 7:00pm and on February 8 at 1:30pm. $38.00 Friday/Saturday and $35.00 Sunday. All performances will be held at The Executive Court Banquet Facility located at 1199 South Mammoth Road, Manchester. Don’t miss out! Order your tickets today by visiting or calling the box office at 603-669-7469 or visit www.majestictheatre.net to purchase online. ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED 24 HOURS MINIMUM. Parties wishing to sit together are encouraged to reserve together.

Manchester

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7:30 PM

Faculty & Guest Artists Jazz Recital

Legendary jazz singer Sheila Jordan joins KSC faculty Scott Mullett and guests. Program to be announced. Keene State College Redfern Arts Center Alumni Recital Hall

Keene

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7:30 PM

Live's Ed Kowalczyk

The front man, songwriter and lead-singer of the multi-platinum rock band, Live, announces the first leg of his Throwing Copper Unplugged – 20th Anniversary Tour. Stripped back, intimate and disarming – Ed Kowalczyk will appear onstage with a new unplugged production, some of rock’s most profound anthems and the voice that has attracted legions of fans for more than two decades. Kowalczyk has built one of rock’s most impressive resumes. His band, Live, became one of the most successful and enduring alternative bands of the last twenty years, with more than 20 million albums sold worldwide. Among this catalogue are some of alternative rock’s most iconic hits, including “Lightning Crashes”, “I Alone”, “Selling the Drama”, “The Dolphin’s Cry”, “Overcome” and “Heaven” – many of which have been responsible for shaping the musical landscape for alternative rock around the globe. In 2010, Kowalczyk released his first solo album Alive, which spawned the hit single “Grace”, which was followed in 2013 by The Flood and The Mercy, which featured the hit song, “Seven”. For his newest creative offering, the Throwing Copper Unplugged – 20th Anniversary Tour – Kowalczyk will perform a breathtaking acoustic set that celebrates the 20th anniversary of this seminal Live album, along with a few surprises. “I’m so excited to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Throwing Copper in this new unplugged production”, Ed says. “Fans can expect to see and hear me like never before!”

Plymouth

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7:30 PM

NEW ENGLAND UTOPIA Transcendental Communities

6-8 February, Pontine Theatre presents it's original production, New England Utopia: Transcendental Communities. Performances are offered Friday @7:30, Saturday @4 & Sunday @2. Tickets are $24 and may be purchased online at www.pontine.org. Pontine's West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington Street, Portsmouth NH. Contact Pontine: info@pontine.org / 603-436-6660 Presented as a cafe evening, with informal seating and tasty refreshments, this program by Pontine’s artistic directors features scenes from their original production The Common Heart with discussion of the New England Transcendentalists, centered around Ralph Waldo Emerson and the community at Concord MA, and the utopian experiments led by Bronson Alcott at Fruitlands and by George Ripley at Brook Farm. Appetizers, drinks and desserts make for a casual evening of conversation and performance.

Portsmouth

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7:30 PM

Live's Ed Kowalczyk

Ed Kowalczyk, founding front-man, songwriter and former lead-singer of LIVE, opened a new chapter w/ the launch of his solo career. Ed Kowalczyk has built an impressive résumé in LIVE that includes eight full-length albums that have reached gold and platinum status in 9 countries, and nine Top 10 hit songs, including the smash hits "Lightning Crashes", & "I Alone". Stripped back, intimate and disarming – Ed Kowalczyk will appear onstage with a new unplugged production, some of rock’s most profound anthems and the voice that has attracted legions of fans for more than two decades.

Plymouth

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8:00 PM

Voice: If Music Be the Food of Love

For their second North American tour, the wonderful British ensemble Voice presents a program of songs exploring the beauty, heartache, and humor of love. The repertoire ranges from the devotional songs of the medieval German abbess Hildegard of Bingen, whose soaring lines express spiritual love and her deep empathy with the natural world and female form to the comedy and melancholy in ballads, sonnets, and catches from Shakespeare’s time. Traditional songs from the British Isles telling stories both bitter and sweet and Voice’s own arrangements and commissions will round out the program. Love, in all its forms, has inspired human beings for centuries, and it is brought to life through the immediacy and resonance of the human voice---and there are none more beautiful than these three.

Plymouth

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February 07, 2015

- 20 Events

8:00 AM

Mount Washington Observatory Overnight Climbing Trip Led by Synnott Mountain Guides

Climb Mount Washington and stay at the Observatory! The nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory, which has operated the legendary weather station atop 6,288-foot Mount Washington since 1932, has teamed up with [Climbing School Name] to offer this exclusive overnight adventure. Learn essential mountaineering skills as you ascend the tallest peak in the Northeast, then enjoy the comfort of a warm bed and a home-cooked meal inside our famous summit weather station. You won’t find another mountaineering experience like this! Visit www.mountwashington.org/education/climbing/ to learn more and register. Many more trip dates are available, all throughout the winter!

North Conway

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8:00 AM

Mount Washington Observatory Overnight Climbing Trip Led by Eastern Mountain Sports

Climb Mount Washington and stay at the Observatory! The nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory, which has operated the legendary weather station atop 6,288-foot Mount Washington since 1932, has teamed up with [Climbing School Name] to offer this exclusive overnight adventure. Learn essential mountaineering skills as you ascend the tallest peak in the Northeast, then enjoy the comfort of a warm bed and a home-cooked meal inside our famous summit weather station. You won’t find another mountaineering experience like this! Visit www.mountwashington.org/education/climbing/ to learn more and register. Many more trip dates are available, all throughout the winter!

North Conway

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10:00 AM

Sage Farm Antiques Cabin Fever Show

Held at the Rollins Building, 144 Lafayette Road, North Hampton, NH an antiques, vintage and re-purposed show of over 40 dealers in a restored barn. Open 10 to 5 Fri & Sat and 10 to 4 Sunday. Food provided by Joe's.

North Hampton

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10:00 AM

Snowshoe Adventure Hikes at Prescott Farm

Explore the woods with us by snowshoe to see what the natural world has to offer this winter season. We’ll wander to places where animal tracks lead us. A bird or maybe an interesting tree might distract us along the way, but that’s okay because after all, this will be an adventure. Note: these hikes are for all ages and beginners are welcome. Note: We will have two Snowshoe Adventure Hikes on the dates listed. A one hour snowshoe from 10-11am and a two hour snowshoe from 1-3pm. Reservations are required - call us at 603-366.5695 to save your spot!

Laconia

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10:00 AM

Sledding Open House at Prescott Farm

If Mother Nature provides the snow, then we’ll provide the hill for some sledding fun this winter! So bundle up, grab your sled and bring your family to our Sledding Parties. We welcome you to pack a lunch to enjoy in the warmth of our “green” building. Hot Cocoa and other light snacks will be available to purchase. *Please bring your own sled.

Laconia

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10:00 AM

Keene Ice & Snow Festival

Bring the entire family to a day filled with free family fun at Keene's 13th Annual Ice & Snow Festival. Childrens Craft at Central Square, lil'tot snow slide, ride the train, roast s'mores on the bonfire while sipping hot cocoa. Other activites include ice carving displays, , non profit food vendors, entertainment and much more... On Facebook(Keene Ice & Snow Festival)

Keene

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11:00 AM

Ice Harvest & Winter Carnival

A historic New Hampshire tradition: the Ice Harvest! Visitors may try marking, cutting, floating, lifting and stacking ice blocks from the farm pond. See them stored in the ice house. Outdoor cooking demonstrations, live music, winter games, activities and more in picturesque Tamworth Village. This event is sponsored by: Yankee Smokehouse & Wild Hog Pizzeria, West Ossipee.

Tamworth Village

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12:00 PM

1st Annual Winterfest

The Farm at Eastman’s Corner in Kensington is excited to present the 1st Annual Winterfest event on Saturday, February 7th! Break those winter blues and enjoy live music, food and beverage samples, sledding, arts and crafts, snowshoeing, horse drawn sleigh rides and more! The event is being held from 12-3pm on at 267 South Rd in Kensington, NH at The Farm at Eastman’s Corner. Weather permitting we will be grilling outdoors and enjoying fun New England winter activities for the whole family. For more information and a complete list of the day’s activities please visit eastmanscorner.com.

Kensington

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1:00 PM

Sleigh Ride Social

Experience a relaxing trip aboard our horse-drawn sleigh ride. Bring a blanket and snuggle-up as you relive a bygone era. You’ll travel along our trails still brightly lit from the holiday season if you come on a Saturday evenings. If you choose to ride along during the day you will be able to see agricultural & wildlife animals as the sleigh travels along. Imagine...roasting hot dogs, toasting marshmallows, sipping hot cocoa ... while enjoying our cozy bonfire. Enjoy the fresh air as the sleigh takes you to a secluded pine grove. Upon arrival at our old fashioned winter social you’ll warm-up around several large bonfires while enjoying complimentary hot dogs, roasted marshmallows and hot cocoa. When you’re ready to depart from the fires just catch the next horse-drawn sleigh back to the farm. On the way watch for reindeer at the Reindeer barn. Please plan on approximately 2 hours. It’s a night filled with warm memories and special moments!

Candia

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1:00 PM

Clydesdale Camera Day

The Anheuser-Busch Merrimack brewery offers guests the opportunity to bring a camera and pose for photos with a world-famous Budweiser Clydesdale. These "gentle giants" have been an Anheuser-Busch symbol of tradition since the first Clydesdale hitch and a red beer wagon paraded to celebrate the repeal of Prohibition in 1933. While visiting, enjoy a free tour of our brewery!

Merrimack

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1:00 PM

Weekly Guided Snowshoe Walks

Join us for a guided 2-hour snowshoe walk departing from the Touring Center at Ragged Mountain Equipment every Saturday, weather permitting, at 1:00 pm. Explore gentle riverside terrain learning basic skills of snowshoeing while searching and identifying animal tracks. Rentals available. Reservations required.

Intervale

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1:30 PM

Wind Power and Wildlife: A New England Perspective

Carol Foss, Ph.D.,Director of Conservation for NH Audubon, will discuss from a positive and negative perspective, the current state of knowledge about the impacts of onshore wind energy development on native wildlife. Sponsored by The Little Nature Museum. Weather related cancellations: 746-6121. Library directions: www.hopkintontownlibary.org museum information: www.littlenaturemuseum.org

Contoocook

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1:30 PM

Wind Power and Wildlife: A New England Perspective

Carol Foss, PhD., Director of Conservation, NH Audubon, will discuss from a positive and negative perspective, the current state of knowledge about the impacts of onshore wind energy development on native wildlife.

Contoocook

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3:30 PM

Kids Apres Ski Party

Kids ages 4-12 are welcome to join in this special après ski fun! This supervised program will take place in the Bretton Woods Base Lodge from 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm upstairs in the Mount Washington View Room. Special après are scheduled on most Saturday’s and during vacation and holiday periods. Each party will include live entertainment, games, activities, and refreshments for kids. Parents are welcome to leave their kids at this supervised program and enjoy entertainment at the Slopeside Bar. Reservations are not required for this program.

Bretton Woods

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5:00 PM

Campton Historical Society- Pot Luck, Popcorn, and a Free Flick

Campton Historical Society The Old Town Hall in Campton Open, Thursdays 9AM to 4 PM 529 NH Route175 Campton, New Hampshire 03223 Old Town Hall, Rt. 175, (north of Blair Bridge Rd.) (603)-536-5140 email: camptonhistorical@gmail.com web site: www.camptonhistorical.org. Campton Historical Society and Campton Town Library Presents: Pot Luck, Popcorn, and a Free Flick Open to the public Saturday, February 7th 5:00-6:00 Pot Luck Dinner, Movie 6:15 “Shy Girl” by Harold Loyd, and “Seven Chances” by Buster KeatonA Valentine's Day Primer: Two Approaches to Romance- rated GSilent film legends Harold Lloyd and Buster Keaton demonstrate markedly different approaches of how to woo the ladies in classic comedies from Hollywood's silent era. Taking his place to play the score for the two features, there's a reason accompanist Jeff Rapsis will have no sheet music on his keyboard. It's because he'll be making up the music right there on the spot. And it won't be rinky-tink piano accompaniment. Rapsis, a New Hampshire-based musician and composer, will use a digital synthesizer to recreate the texture of the full orchestra, complete with pounding drums and clashing cymbals, all produced in real time by a traditional keyboard with 88 keys. Read more at http://www.camptonhistorical.org/digital_library/Newsletter2013-12.pdf Pot Luck Dinner: Please bring one of the following. Soup, Bread, Salad, Main Dish,Dessert, or non-alcoholic drinks, The presentation will be at the Old Town Hall in Campton, which is handicap accessible, and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. For information about the Society, check our web site at www.camptonhistorical.org This event is made possible thanks in part to the following business sponsors: Chesley’s Mini Mart Community Guaranty Savings Bank The Country Lady Bug Greenhouse Finishing Touches by Mark Meredith Village Savings Bank Mountain Fare Inn Pine Shores Real Estate

Campton

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6:00 PM

Wild & Scenic Film Festival at Stonewall Farm

Stonewall Farm is hosting the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in a continued celebration of its 25th anniversary. Join us for a night of film and food to support Stonewall Farm! Enjoy 9 films of outdoor adventure, natural scenic beauty, innovative agriculture, and human perseverance. Tickets will be sold online and at the farm on the day of the event. Admission price includes light refreshments, popcorn, and Stonewall Farm ice cream! The Wild & Scenic Film Festival at Stonewall Farm is a collection of films from the annual Nevada City, California festival held the third week of January. The festival is now in its 13th year! Wild & Scenic focuses on films which speak to the environmental concerns and celebrations of our planet. Stonewall Farm is one of over 100 communities and organizations around the globe to host a home festival.

Keene

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6:00 PM

Winter Wine Festival Grand Vintners' Dinners

Winter Wine Festival offers 5 “Grand Vintner’s Dinners,” a “5 O'Clock Somewhere" Dinner” in Latitudes on Jan 23, two "Shell-Shocked" oyster dinners (Jan 22 and Feb 5), Bubbles & Jazz Brunches featuring a different champagne each Sunday and special educational and tasting events every Wednesday. The Grand Vintner’s Dinners” showcase the talents of Wentworth Executive Chef Ken Lingle and the chefs of their sister hotels, Chef Ryan Phillips of La Bella Vita in Bar Harbor and Chef Adam Savage of the Sagamore Resort in NY. Other local connections include Each dinner begins with a reception at 6, followed by a four-course dinner with paired wines at 7

New Castle

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7:00 PM

Nana's Naughty Knickers, A Majestic Dinner Theatre

The Majestic Theatre proudly announces their second dinner theatre presentation of the 2014-15 season. Nana’s Naughty Knickers will be presented on February 6 and 7 at 7pm and on February 8 at 1:30pm at the Executive Court Banquet Facility. About the show: Bridget and her Grandmother are about to become roommates. However, what Bridget saw as a unique opportunity to stay with her favorite Nana in New York for the summer quickly turns into an experience she’ll never forget. It seems her sweet Grandma is running an illegal boutique from her apartment, selling hand-made naughty knickers to every senior citizen in the five borough area! Will Bridge be able to handle all the excitement? Will her Nana get arrested – or worse! – evicted? Majestic’s production stars an ensemble cast under the direction of A. Robert Dionne. Special thanks to our Sponsor Birch Hill Terrace. All inclusive dinner theatre on February 6 & 7 at 7:00pm and on February 8 at 1:30pm. $38.00 Friday/Saturday and $35.00 Sunday. All performances will be held at The Executive Court Banquet Facility located at 1199 South Mammoth Road, Manchester. Don’t miss out! Order your tickets today by visiting or calling the box office at 603-669-7469 or visit www.majestictheatre.net to purchase online. ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED 24 HOURS MINIMUM. Parties wishing to sit together are encouraged to reserve together.

Manchester

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7:30 PM

NEW ENGLAND UTOPIA Transcendental Communities

6-8 February, Pontine Theatre presents it's original production, New England Utopia: Transcendental Communities. Performances are offered Friday @7:30, Saturday @4 & Sunday @2. Tickets are $24 and may be purchased online at www.pontine.org. Pontine's West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington Street, Portsmouth NH. Contact Pontine: info@pontine.org / 603-436-6660 Presented as a cafe evening, with informal seating and tasty refreshments, this program by Pontine’s artistic directors features scenes from their original production The Common Heart with discussion of the New England Transcendentalists, centered around Ralph Waldo Emerson and the community at Concord MA, and the utopian experiments led by Bronson Alcott at Fruitlands and by George Ripley at Brook Farm. Appetizers, drinks and desserts make for a casual evening of conversation and performance.

Portsmouth

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8:00 PM

Contra Dance in Peterborough NH

The Monadnock Folklore Society presents a contra dance on the First Saturday of every month. No partner needed, beginners welcome.

Peterborough

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