Filtering by: Town Square
Animal Encounter Series: Hawks and Owls
Jul
1
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Hawks and Owls

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Independence Day Parade
Jul
4
11:00 AM11:00

Independence Day Parade

Everyone welcome & it's FREE! Meet at Packard Field to decorate at 10am. We will provide some decorating materials, but feel free to bring your own. Parade float competition winners not only have braggin rights for a year, but will have their victory forever commemorated on our 'Spirit Cup' trophy. $10 entry for float. Contact the Rec Dept. with your float entry information at (603) 236-4695.

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Animal Encounter Series: Creatures of the Night
Jul
8
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Creatures of the Night

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Artisan Fair & Live Music
Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

Artisan Fair & Live Music

Artisans set up in street-fair style in Town Square. Support local businesses and artists while enjoying live music and everything else Town Square has to offer, including biking, boating, fishing, swimming, dining, shopping, ice cream, and more!

12-3pm Live Music with Lil' Penny
12-4pm  Craft Beer Sampling
6-9pm  Live Music with Zen Again

 
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Animal Encounter Series: Animal Athletes
Jul
15
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Animal Athletes

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Animal Encounter Series: Have to Have a Habitat
Jul
22
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Have to Have a Habitat

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Have to Have a Habitat

 

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19th Annual Chocolate Fest & Live Music
Jul
28
6:00 PM18:00

19th Annual Chocolate Fest & Live Music

It is everything you have ever wanted.  Enjoy an evening of chocolate temptations in Town Square accompanied by a free outdoor concert as the sun sets!  Pack a picnic or just bring a bottle of your favorite red or white libation and enjoy an indulgent evening in the square, on a blanket, or with your toes in the sand!

Event Schedule:

6:00 - 9:00pm           Live Entertainment with The Chris White Band
6:00 - 7:00pm           ‘Name that Candy Bar’ Contest in Town Square
6:00 - 8:30pm           Chocolate Treats sold by the piece (cash only) (rain location under tent)
6:00-  8:30pm           Craft Beer Sampling- Hosted by Amoskeag Beverages
                                                                     

 

 

 

 

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Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations
Jul
29
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Ugotta Regatta and Live Music
Aug
4
9:30 AM09:30

Ugotta Regatta and Live Music

The free canoe, kayak and paddle boat races will be held at a five-acre lake, next to Town Square.

9:30-11:00a.m. Boat Building class with free supplies provided for the onsite boat-building workshop at the Corcoran Pond beach.  All boats must be made of tape and cardboard.

11:00 a.m. Boat “Oughtta Float” contest

11:30 a.m. Kayak and canoe boat races will happen immediately following the boat contest.  

12:00-4:00 p.m. Craft Brew Sampling hosted by Amoskeag Beverages

12:00-3:00 p.m. Live Music from Family Affair

1:00-3:00 p.m. Join us on the beach for some classic water games and water fun with our new Aqua Lily Pads!

6:00-9:00 p.m. Live Music from the Amanda McCarthy Trio


 

 

 

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Animal Encounter Series: Owls of New Hampshire
Aug
5
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Owls of New Hampshire

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Denali Challenge
Aug
10
to Aug 12

Denali Challenge

Within the mountains that surround Waterville Valley exist a number of New England's highest peaks. The Denali Challenge is to hike five of these peaks in one weekend. The ultimate challenge is to hike the five peaks equaling 20,000 feet (Denali is at 20,328') claiming the title "Alive after five". This year, hikers will be able to choose from a number of different peaks for the five mountains they will climb. Participation in the weekend is free and everyone is welcome. Whether you're an experienced hiker looking to master all five peaks, or just looking to join the fun, there is something to fit all abilities and ages. Pre-registration is recommended but not required. Please e-mail jcobbett@waterville.com to pre-register. 

Hike any five of the following peaks to achieve 20,000’ (or a sixth peak if elevation is needed).
Peaks (Elevation)
Tecumseh (4003)
Welch (2605)
Dickey (2734)
Snow’s (2800)
North Peak Tripyramid (4180)
Middle Peak Tripyramid (4140)
South Peak Tripyramid (4100)
Mt. Osceola (4340)
Mt. Osceola East (4156)
The Scaur (2200)
Goodrich Rock (2200)
Noon Peak (2976)
Jennings Peak (3460)

Weekend Schedule

Friday
Hikes can be done on Saturday and Sunday, but hikers can choose to get one of the mountains out of the way on Friday. We do encourage a warm up hike on Friday to one of the many scenic outlooks in Waterville Valley.

Friday Night
Registration is from 6-8PM in the Town Square next to the info booth. Hikers will receive a welcome goody bag and hiker card.

Saturday
10am Family Hike to Cascades-meet at the Info Booth in Town Square. Transportation is provided. Hikers bag 2 or 3 peaks.

Sunday
10am Family Hike to Goodrich Rock-meet at the Info Booth in Town Square. Transportation is provided.

Hikers finish 5 peaks and turn in finished cards at the Info Booth in Town Square.

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Animal Encounter Series: Why do animals do that?
Aug
12
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Why do animals do that?

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Animal Encounter Series: New Hampshire Wildlife
Aug
19
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: New Hampshire Wildlife

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Animal Encounter Series: Hawks and Owls
Aug
26
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Hawks and Owls

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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End of Summer Bash!
Sep
2
9:30 AM09:30

End of Summer Bash!

Help us send summer out with a bang (literally), and ring in our colorful fall season in Waterville Valley! The day will include free outdoor concerts, beach games, and fireworks over Corcoran Pond!

9:30-11:30pm- Complimentary Face Painting

12:00-3:00pm  Live Music w/ Ted & Rosemarie

5:00- Annual Rubber Duck Race

5:30-8:30pm  Live Music w/ The 603's

8:30pm- Fireworks over Corcoran Pond!

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Animal Encounter Series: Wildlife in Motion
Sep
3
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Wildlife in Motion

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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REI Outessa
Sep
13
to Sep 16

REI Outessa

Remarkable beauty, fun-filled adventures, newfound friendships. They’re all in large supply in this charming New England town where you’ll spend three amazing days among the fall foliage of the White Mountain National Forest.

Along with a plethora of trails and streams to stomp around in, you’ll choose from an all-included variety of activities and experiences from biking, paddling, rock climbing and more, to classes and workshops that teach you everything from outdoor skills to inner wellness. We bring the gear and the good vibes, you bring your sense of adventure. And we also bring locally inspired food and beverages that start Friday at breakfast through Sunday at lunch along with a killer welcome bag filled with loads of goodies from our premier partners. Yep, all included, too.

Click HERE to Register.

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20th Annual Chili Challenge & Brews
Sep
29
12:00 PM12:00

20th Annual Chili Challenge & Brews

  • Waterville Valley Town Square (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Area restaurants compete in Town Square for the title of the best chili around!  Admission fee covers generous samples of every chili and a ballot for voting from Noon-2:00pm.  Plus enjoy tastings of brews and a free outdoor concert from The Uncle Steve Band 12pm-3pm!

Tickets/Ballots will go on sale in Town Square starting at 11am. Sampling will start at 12pm.
Admission:
$7.50 for Adults
$5.00 for children 12 and under

12-3pm Craft Beer Sampling.
 

Check out the Chili Lodging Package here!

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Fall Foliage Celebration
Oct
6
to Oct 8

Fall Foliage Celebration

To complement the brilliant fall foliage, join us for a weekend of family fun, including free outdoor concerts, tent sales, ski swap, 5K road race, 1.6 K fun run, 10-mile trail race and additional activities such as kid’s games, pumpkin painting, and more!

Plus learn more about Phase II and all of our new winter developments from our Operations Crew, pick up your pass, and join in the festivities as we celebrate a successful summer. Time to gear up for winter!

Weekend Schedule:

Friday 10/5  

12pm-6pm, Sport Thoma Tent Sale              

Saturday 10/6

9am-4pm, Touch a Snow Cat. One Antique and one new Snow Cat, and a variety of snow guns will be on display.
9am-5pm, BBTS Ski & Snowboard Swap
9am-6pm, Sport Thoma Sale
9am-5pm, Bike Rentals Open
8:30am-10:30am, Meet and Greet with the Valley Snow Dogz
10am-4pm, Boat Rentals Open
10am-2pm, Resort Board Obstacle Course. Located on Field behind Ice Arena $5 perperson.
11am-2pm, BBQ in Town Square
11am-5pm, Season Pass Deadline Sale-Passes on sale in Town Square      
12pm-4pm, Beer Sampling with Harpoon
12pm-3pm, Live Music in the Gazebo by Mica's Groove Train
3pm, Green Peak Hike with Tim Smith- Meet in Courtyard at Resort

Sunday 10/7

9am-4pm, Touch a Snow Cat. One Antique and one new Snow Cat, and a variety of snow guns will be on display.                      
9am-4pm, BBTS Ski & Snowboard Swap
9am-6pm, Sport Thoma Tent Sale
8am-9am, Race Registration
8am-5pm, Bike Rentals Open
10am-4pm, Boat Rentals Open
9:30am-11pm, Fall Foliage 5K and 10 mile trail runs start
10am-2pm, Resort Board Obstacle Course. Located on Field behind Ice Arena $5 perperson.
10:20am-11am, Family 1.6K Fun run starts             
11am-5pm, Season Pass Deadline Sale- Passes on sale in Town Square     
11am-2pm, BBQ in Town Square
11:00-1pm, Face Painting in Town Square- FREE         
12pm, Race Awards in Town Square
12pm-4pm, Beer Sampling with Harpoon Brewery
1pm-4pm, Live music in the Gazebo by Rhythm Method
1pm-3:30pm, Pumpkin Painting in Town Square ($5 per pumpkin) (Limited quantities, first come first serve)

Monday 10/8

9am-2pm, Sport Thoma Tent Sale
10am-11am, Squam Lakes Science Center Live Animal Show
9am-5pm, Bike Rentals Open
10am-4pm, Boat Rentals Open     

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Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations
Oct
8
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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Valley Halloween Celebration
Oct
26
to Oct 27

Valley Halloween Celebration

  • Waterville Valley Town Square (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Waterville Valley's pedestrian village is perfect for Trick-or-Treating at the lodges & Town Square!
 

Friday, 10/26

PUMPKIN CARVING & PIZZA PARTY

WV Recreation Dept.

6:00-8:00pm - All ages, $10 per family

A great family night out of pumpkin carving and decorating. We have all the supplies you need as well as pumpkins for sale (limited quantity available) or BYOP! Pizza and other fall treats will be served.

 

Saturday, 10/27

HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR:

WV Recreation Department
4:00pm - Register/Check-in ($5 per child), Games, Snacks
4:30pm - Costume Contest
5:00pm - Trick-or-Treating Parade to Lodges* (Ages 9 & under must be accompanied by an adult)

*Buses will only be running if there is inclement weather!
Please dress accordingly!

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Animal Encounter Series: NH Wildlife
May
28
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: NH Wildlife

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square under the tent for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

 

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29th Annual Chowderfest & Brews
May
27
12:00 PM12:00

29th Annual Chowderfest & Brews

Head to Town Square just in time for lunch as area restaurants vie for the coveted title of best local chowder!  Admission fee covers generous samples of chowder and a voting ballot. (Only $7.50 for adults, $5 for children 12 & under)

Plus enjoy tastings of local brews and free live music outdoors in the Town Square Gazebo!

12-2pm  Chowder Sampling

12-3pm  Live Music- with Brad & Joey

12-3pm  Sample Local New England Beers
Woodstock Lemon Blueberry
Great North Tie Dyed
Smuttynose IPA
Moat Czech Pilsner

2:15pm  Chowdah Awards are Presented

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Casting for Kirby: Youth Fishing Derby
May
26
8:30 AM08:30

Casting for Kirby: Youth Fishing Derby

Hey Kids! Grab your parents and tackle and head to the shores of Corcoran Pond for a fishing derby! Prizes awarded across age groups. Test your skills and see if you can catch Kirby, the best prize of them all! Over $1000 in Prizes!!

Schedule:
Event day registration: 8am-8:30am
Ages 7 & under begin fishing at 8:30am
Ages 8-15 begin fishing at 8:45am
$6 if registered by May 25 by noon-Preregister HERE.
$10 to register on event day

Facepainter 8:30am-12:30pm
Balloon twister 9:30am-11:30am
Rey Center story hour 10am in the gazebo
Visits by Curious George and Bruce the Moose

Award ceremony starts approx. 11am

Sponsored by Mark Invernizzi Landscaping
Supported by Pemi chapter of Trout Unlimited, NH Fish and Game, WV Dept of Public Safety and Waterville Valley Resort

For more information call: (603) 236-4695.

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Easter Weekend: Sunrise Service, Egg Hunts, & Brunch
Mar
31
to Apr 1

Easter Weekend: Sunrise Service, Egg Hunts, & Brunch

  • Waterville Valley Resort (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Celebrate your Easter Holiday with us at Waterville Valley Resort! On Saturday, March 31st join the Waterville Valley Recreation Department in Town Square for an amazing Egg Hunt open to ages 11 and under! Then head uphill on Sunday April 1st for a Sunrise Service on the mountain, free morning skiing, easter egg hunts, and brunch!

Town Square Saturday, March 31st :
9am- Register for the WV Rec. Dept. Easter Egg Hunt Held in Town Square
Open to ages 11 and under $5 per child.
9:30am- Egg Hunt begins
10am-12pm- Free Open Gym at the WV Rec. Dept.

Easter Sunday, April 1st:
Start off Easter morning with a non-denominational Easter Sunday Sunrise Service at the top of Mt. Tecumseh. Take a ride on the White Peaks Express Chair starting at 5:30am and join in a service surrounded by the White Mountains starting at 6:00am. Free skiing and riding will follow the event until 7:45am. (Beginning at 8:00am a valid day ticket or Season Pass is required for trail and lift access)
Then, kiddos aged 12 and under can head downhill to the lower mountain for the Waterville Valley Resort Easter Egg Challenge. The first 100 participants to register, 12 and under, will search for hidden eggs on the lower mountain. There will be some golden tickets in each location that will be redeemed for larger prizes! Make sure to register between 8:00 and 9:00 am on the second floor of the base lodge.

Kids 9–12 years old will hunt for eggs on Leroy's Loop starrting at 9am.
Kids 8 and under will hunt for eggs on the Pasture (J-Bar) starting at 9am.

Easter Brunch Buffet at T-Bars starting at 9:00am
Adults: $15.99
Kids 12 & Under $9.99
T-Bars Bloody Mary's and Mimosas- $6

Menu: Choice of Orange, Apple, Tomato Juice, Coffee, Milk
Fresh Sliced Fruit
French Toast w/ Maple Syrup
Cheesy Scrambled Eggs
Hash Brown Potatoes
Ham and Sausage
Omelette Station

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Customer Appreciation Day
Dec
7
8:30 AM08:30

Customer Appreciation Day

OPEN HOUSE & RECREATION
Adventure Center –20% off selected items and a free wax clinic at 1 p.m.
White Mountain Athletic Club – FREE swimming all day and 30% off all pro shop items!
Recreation Department –Free open gym (10:30am-11:45am) and free adult pickle ball (12:45pm-3pm)
Waterville Valley Realty- Stop by Waterville Valley Realty at the Town Square and enjoy holiday treats. Enter the raffle to win a box of homemade holiday cookies. Thursday, Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

FOOD & DRINK
La Hacienda Mexicana - 10% off food
La Tasse Café - $2 Lattes or cappuccinos, .50 cent coffees
Legends 1291 Food, Fun, Sports – 20% off
Old Waterville Pizza Co – 2 for 1 pizza
Mulligans- 15% off all food items
Mercantile- .50 cent coffees any size

SHOPPING
Bookmonger - 10% off books
Dreams & Visions Gifts - 20% Off Storewide
Toad Hall Toys – 20% Off toys, games, and more
1829 Outfitters 1pm-5pm/Sport Thoma 8:30am-4:30pm- 15% off non-sale items

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Santa Arrives by Dogsled
Nov
25
3:30 PM15:30

Santa Arrives by Dogsled

Santa and his elves ride into Waterville Valley pulled by a team of sled dogs from The Valley Snowdogz. Santa will arrive in Town Square at 3:30 bearing gifts and candy for each child who comes to visit. Parents are welcome to take photos of their children with Santa. Hot cocoa and cookies will be on hand, and a raffle will be held for an assortment of prizes donated by Waterville Valley area businesses. Suggested donation, from those who are able, of $5 per child/$10 per family will be gratefully accepted. All proceeds will be donated to the Whole Village Family Resource Center.

The Tree lighting ceremony is at 7:00 pm, followed by a spectacular fireworks display over Corcoran Pond. Enjoy winter ambiance in our village, gathering with your family by the outdoor fireplace or partaking of holiday hospitality in one of our cozy shops.

  • 3:30pm Santa Arrives
  • 7:00pm Tree Lighting Ceremony & Fireworks
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5th Annual Cold Turkey Plunge
Nov
25
1:00 PM13:00

5th Annual Cold Turkey Plunge

Come help us celebrate the start of the Holiday Season in Waterville Valley and raise funds to support our Athletic Programs for persons with disabilities. Organize a team of family and friends or join our team of volunteers and “Plunge Cold Turkey” into Corcoran Pond at 1:00pm on November 25th.

Each Turkey is required to raise a minimum of $50
Plungers are rewarded with a WVAS Bracelet, a 2017 Plunge Long Sleeve T-shirt, a free hour of Tubing at the WV Tubing Center and a tasty Cold Turkey Sandwich courtesy of Chef Sean Stout and the Coyote Grille. 

Additional Premium Incentives awarded for reaching other fundraising benchmarks. Prizes for Teams and Individuals in various categories including Best Costume (Costumes Optional)

VIP’s (Very Important Plungers) will be pampered in return for an individual donation of $250 or more in a heated viewing stand with Irish Coffee. Designated Plungers will dip on their behalf!

Captain Tom Turkey will sacrifice a WV Snowmaker to the Snow Goddess of Corcoran Pond and lead an Ancient Snow Dance on the beach to insure a great ski season! Santa arrives by dogsled shortly after the Plunge and the shops and restaurants will ready to kick off the Holidays in fine fashion!

Go to www.firstgiving.com to set up a Personal Plunge Page!
Follow us on Facebook @ Waterville Valley Adaptive Turkey Plunge
or visit us @ www.watervilleadaptive.com for more details and Plunge news!

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Wilderness First Aid Course
Nov
4
to Nov 5

Wilderness First Aid Course

Wilderness First Aid Course

Presented by WVAIA, Waterville Valley's outdoor club

Taught by SOLO Wilderness Medicine

All Day Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 4 & 5, 2017

The Meeting Place at Town Square

Cost:  $140/person ($125/person for WVAIA members)

Sign-up:  Mail check payable to WVAIA to PO Box 412, Waterville Valley, NH 03215 (include name, email address, phone number and mailing address)

Questions:  Email irit.levy@gmail.com
www.wvaia.org

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White Mountain Storytelling Festival
Sep
29
to Oct 1

White Mountain Storytelling Festival

  • Waterville Valley Town Square (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Back for its sixth year, this festival provides stories for people of every age.  Storytellers bring an exciting festival program to the Valley which includes Friday night ghost stories, programs for kids, families, and adults all day on Saturday, and sacred tales on Sunday morning.

Costs are:
Saturday, daytime single event: $5 adult / $2 under 12
Saturday, daytime only: $15 adult
Saturday, evening concert: $10 all ages
Full festival: $25 non-NHSA member / $20 NHSA member
Full Festival Adult tickets can be accompanied by up to 4 children under 12 free!

Featured Teller - Simon Brooks
Simon Brooks, storyteller Born in Gloucestershire, England, and raised in Worcester, England, Simon moved to the United States in 1994. He has lived in Portland, Oregon; Boston, Massachusetts; and in New Hampshire.
Simon’s work as a storyteller and voice actor has won honors from Storytelling World and Parent's Choice, including the latter's prestigious Gold Award for his CDs. Simon is also an accomplished photographer as well as a published writer and poet. Simon tells folk tales, myths and legends for both adult audiences and for young people. He tells fairy tales and, on the odd occasion, personal stories too.
Simon can be found performing at festivals and concerts. He works in all communities, telling tales and teaching every demographic from 'at-risk' communities, to ivy league institutes, and all points between.

For more info on the Festival please visit: http://nhstorytelling.org/festival

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Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations
Jun
25
10:00 AM10:00

Animal Encounter Series: Animals with Bad Reputations

Join the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Town Square for live animal presentations led by expert naturalists.  On Sundays (and select Mondays) this summer, beginning at 10am native wildlife ambassadors will inform and inspire children, adults, and families alike.

This Week’s Program: Animals with Bad Reputations

Can you think of any conflicts wildlife have with people? The public image of some animals is often inaccurate and can result in negative attitudes. A Squam Lakes Natural Science Center naturalist will introduce you to three live animals that have a bad “rep” and help you consider the good side of these wild neighbors.

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"50 Years of Firsts" Documentary Screening & Music at the Last Chair
Mar
18
6:00 PM18:00

"50 Years of Firsts" Documentary Screening & Music at the Last Chair

Join Waterville Valley Resort as we head downhill to The Last Chair Restaurant in Plymouth for a screening of the Documentary Film, "50 Years of Firsts".  Then the Sweet Bloods Band will continue the party with live music from 7-9.  Enjoy a wood-fired slice, a cool brew from Sublime Brewing Company or 603 Waterville Wheat, and jam out to some rocking tunes as we continue to ring out our 50th season at a local favorite hotspot!  Admission to the screening is FREE and all are welcome! 

Check out this taste of some of the incredible archive footage of Waterville's early years featured in the documentary:

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Winter Fest Craft Fair in Town Square
Feb
4
10:00 AM10:00

Winter Fest Craft Fair in Town Square

Winter Fest Craft Fair will include several local crafters and vendors. We will have acoustic music from local artist. We will have raffles throughout the day; all raffle proceeds will be donated to the Bridge House in Plymouth, NH which goes to house Veterans. The Craft Fair be inside at the Town Square in the Penalty Box on the second floor. Each table will have a fun game that all ages can play.

Acoustic Playing Schedule:
Barry Weymouth - 12;00 pm - 2:00 pm
Jeff Webb- 2:00 pm -4:00 pm

A sample of crafters/vendors:
LulaRoe
Charmed Creations
Beads on Wheels
Coldwater Custom Woodworks
Jeanna's Natural Remedies
MaryKay

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