NORTH CONWAY, NH — “Children’s MUDDY Shows” is the theme for this year’s Championship of Mud Football sponsored by Amoskeag Beverages/Miller Lite.
The event will be held September 8, 9 and 10 at Hog Coliseum located next to the North Conway Community Center. Twelve teams will compete throughout the weekend in mud. Money raised is donated to the North Conway Community Center, Vaughan Learning Center, Carroll County Retired Senior Volunteer Program as well as other non-profits in the Mt Washington Valley.
Each $15 ticket ensures entrance into the games on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and doubles as a raffle ticket for $500 on Saturday & Sunday.
Day tickets and a family package are also available.
Join the fun Saturday on Main Street at 10 a.m. for the Annual Tournament of Mud Parade. To register an entrant in the Open Class, email parade chair Josh Snell at
[email protected] by Sept. 5.
Volunteers are needed and appreciated for the weekend.
For more information, call Executive Director Ryan Sommer at the North Conway Community Center at (603) 356-2096, and check www.northconwaycommunitycenter.org or their other Facebook site at Mud-Bowl.org. — Tom Eastman
Cormac was nominated for both Outstanding Folk/Acoustic Act, and Outstanding Folk/ Acoustic Album by the Boston Music Awards. Cormac’s album, Troubled Sleep helped to kick off the Green Linnet Records’ prestigious singer-songwriter Redbird Series devoted to the most creative of this generations acoustic musicians and songwriters. Troubled Sleep won high praise and some overseas attention in the UK. Cormac was honored to be one of the artists asked to perform in Boston’s WUMB Folk Radio 10th Anniversary Celebration.
Cormac is regarded by fellow musicians and fans alike as one of New England’s finest songwriters. He writes and sings of a heartfelt, sometimes funny, sometimes desperate, sometimes glorious world of common people, struggles, hope, relationships, madness, and love. He sings the poetry of real life with a silky baritone voice and just enough grit.
Dinner Reservations are Required for Guaranteed Seating
Tickets may also be available at the door but these shows often sell out.
Phone: (800) 228-4245
Musical Style: folk, ballads, blues
Opening Set By Jonathan Sarty
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CHOCORUA, NH – This is the first Valley appearance by Devonsquare in two years, with special guest Rex Fowler from Aztec Two Step. They will be collaborating on each others sets, and you might even hear some of the Nutopians catalog of John Lennon classics. Tickets on sale Friday, June 3rd, $25.00. This WILL sell out, don’t miss your chance to see these two great acts together.
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PINKHAM NOTCH, NH – As the largest annual fundraiser of the nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory, we invite you to participate and to Seek YOUR Peak… While many hikers will choose the challenge of summiting Mount Washington, others will opt for alternative mountain treks, a short “nature hike” or even participate as a “virtual hiker.”
See website for details www.mountwashington.org/seek-the-peak
NORTH CONWAY, NH – Make plans to join us for the Mt. Washington Valley 2017 Golf Tournament Tuesday, July 25 at the North Conway Country Club.
This tournament is always a fun and exciting day of golf so don’t miss it.
GOLF TOURNAMENT ONLINE REGISTRATION
GOLF TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION
GOLF TOURNAMENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Registration: 7:45 to 8:50 am | Announcements: 8:50 am
Shotgun Tee Off: 9:00 am (Play time of 5 hours)
Barbecue Lunch: 2:00 pm | Tournament Awards: 2:45 pm
INTERVALE NH – Sara is well known for her ability to communicate with both living and deceased people and pets and has been a featured guest on 94.9 HOM and writes for Downeast Dog News and All Things Dog Magazine.
As a psychic medium she offers the majority of her readings long distance over the phone or via skype, so your pet doesn’t even have to be with you during your session. A reading with Sara is a wonderful opportunity to gain insight into your past, present and future!
At Theater in the Wood – 41 Observatory Way, Intervale NH 03845 at 7:00 pm
NORTH CONWAY NH – Summertime treats for the family. FREE from 11 am to 4 pm
Strawberry Smoothies, Strawberry Shortcake,
Strawberries Dipped in Chocolate, Hotdogs and Chips.
Music, Games, Strolling Magician,
Display of Antique Cars/Wagons and more.
Raffle, local crafters and a White Elephant Table.
All proceeds will benefit the community programs of Vaughan Services including the Food Pantry and affordable daycare.
Bring the family to this uniquely Americana Festival!
The town of Conway was founded in 1765 and for the next 109 years the only way for the townspeople to get from one place to another was by walking, riding a horse, or being transported in wagons pulled by horses.
In 1874 this all changed for the better with the arrival of the railroad. With the ‘iron horse’ it was now possible for the people of Conway, and their goods, to be transported fast and efficiently for great distances in safety and comfort.
Join Dwight Smith to learn more about how trains transformed life in the Mt Washington Valley.
Local resident for the past 44 years, Dwight Smith worked for Boston & Maine RR in Boston, for over 25 years. He retired from there to spend time on his goal of restoring the 1874 North Conway railroad system and to establish the Conway Scenic Railroad. Both of which he was successful at and which he retired from in 1990.
This program is free and open to the public.
Whitney Community Center, Jackson, NH
NORTH CONWAY NH –Join the Party on April 29th for the 3rd Annual Independent Bookstore Day!
White Birch Books will be celebrating all day with lots of great giveaways, morning story time, kids activities, staff favorites AND more. We will also offer exclusive day-of merchandise created especially for Independent Bookstore Day by major publishers and authors.
Independent bookstores are not just stores, they’re community centers and local anchors run by passionate readers. They are entire universes of ideas that contain the possibility of real serendipity.
So we encourage you to come join the party, show your community support and shop local!
White Birch Books website
JACKSON NH – FREE admission… Food, Duck Races, Kids Activities, Traveling Train Rides, 5 Minutes of Fame, Jackson Cake Boss Competition and other individual events may have a fee to enter.
With so many different things happening at this event at different times we have prepared a brochure listing everything happening and when. You can request this brochure on line at www.JacksonNH.com as we get closer to the event or you can call the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce at 603-383-9356 and request one that will be mailed to your home address. This brochure will help you plan your day at the Wildquack Duck River Festival.
The day’s events start at 8 AM. The Big Duck Race goes off at 1:45 PM and the Regular Duck Race time is 2 PM.
Everyone should come hungry and be sure to check out all the fabulous different foods offered by local and visiting chefs, try the kettle corn, ice cream, lobster sandwiches as well as other select items. Watch the “ever growing” parade starting from the Covered Bridge at 1:30 PM, have your picture taken with “Wildquack” the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce Duck, visit local businesses and really enjoy this ‘ole’ fashioned “Day in the Park” created for you and your family.
Visit and bid often at the amazing Silent Auction tables. Find out who will be this years “Jackson’s Cake Boss” by visiting the Jackson Cake Boss Competition Tent area (why not enter to win) and try out all the yummy entrees. Do you think you’ve got talent? Be sure to register for your “5 Minutes of Fame” contest. Just make sure you add this event to your “event choice for Memorial Day Weekend” in Jackson, New Hampshire.
To learn more about how and where you should go to get your Duck Tickets, to volunteer, to register for Jackson’s Cake Boss or 5 Minutes of Fame Contests call the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce today at (603)383-9356 or visit us on the web at www.jacksonnh.com.