Arts & Entertainment around Mount Washington Valley, NH

FRYEBURG ME – Welcoming immigrant children from around the globe, the Pihcintu Multicultural Chorus helps restart young lives. War-torn villages, bloodshed, refugee camps, famine, and political turmoil were devastating realities for many of these young singers before being embraced by the warmth, companionship and harmony that Pihcintu provides. Portland, Maine, an ever-expanding international resettlement community, was fertile ground to bring together children from diverse backgrounds to sing as one. Con Fullam, award-winning producer, musician, and songwriter, combined his passion for music with a deep concern for the effect of world issues on children – creating the Chorus with the help of countless supporting souls from all walks of life. This unique chorus of young women from Cambodia, China, Congo, El Salvador, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda, Viet Nam, British West Indies, and Zambia, along with children whose families have been here for generations, have formed a powerful and permanent bond. Through the healing power of music, these vulnerable, yet brave, young women have learned to trust, hope and laugh again.

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Cranapalooza Party & Fireworks

NORTH CONWAY NH – Celebrate your New Year’s Eve in the heart of North Conway at Cranmore Mountain Resort!

From 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm in Schneider Square, we’ll have:

  • S’mores
  • Music & dancing
  • Outdoor games

Stop into Zip’s Pub from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm to hear live music from The Wayfarers!

Fireworks will start at 6:00 pm over the South Slope.

We’ll keep the party going on 3rd floor of the Main Base Lodge from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, where you’ll find:

  • Cookie decorating
  • Make your own Pixie Stix
  • Hot Cocoa
  • Photo booth
  • Music

Throughout the entire event we’ll be doing giveaways, and will have special appearances from our favorite penguin mascot, C-MORE!

New Hampshire Sanctioned & Jackson Invitational Snow Sculpting Competition

New Hampshire Sanctioned & Jackson Invitational Snow Sculpting Competition

JACKSON NH – Black Mountain will play host to one of our favorite winter events… The 20th New Hampshire Sanctioned & Jackson Invitational Snow Sculpting Competition! Partake in skiing and riding as well as perusing the beautiful snow sculptures. This is a Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce event sponsored by Black Mountain & Nordic Village.

This incredible winter event begins on Friday January 24th at noon when teams from all over the Northeastern part of the United States will converge on Jackson Village. Team will sculpt throughout the weekend and finish up at noon on Sunday the 26th. Spectators are welcome to view the entire process but to see finished pieces it is recommended you come back on Sunday the 26th. See first hand how our sculptors take 8 foot high by 4 foot round cylinder of compacted snow and create incredible art frozen in time. Sculpting pieces usually remain available for viewing for at least a week after the event giving visitors ample time to get coveted photos, however as the weather is a factor we can not guarantee how long they will be standing. At night, during the event, the Sculptures are lit up giving them an entirely different perspective. We anticipate at least 12 or more teams for 2020 and a spectacular show! Check back often for more updates as this is our 20th Anniversary of the event and we will be sure to celebrate it with some exciting enhancements.

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NORTH CONWAY NH – A magical holiday event for the whole family to enjoy!

Young and old alike will delight in the beauty of decorated and lighted Christmas Trees. Each tree is unique and available for a chance to win and take home for the holidays.

Admission is $10 which includes 10 raffle tickets
Additional 25 raffle tickets can be purchased for only $10.00 to increase your chance to WIN your favorite Christmas tree!

View the trees, visit with Santa, enjoy story telling!

Visit NHFestivalofTrees.com for more information

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Dana Cunningham - Carol NoonanEATON NH – Pianist Dana Cunningham and Singer/Songwriter Carol Noonan with Special Guest Max Dyer on cello at the Little White Church Dec 6 & 7. 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7:00 p.m.)

Tickets for this concert can only be purchased through the Stone Mountain Arts Center or by calling 207.935.7292.

Acoustic Nuisance Kevin Dolan, Davey Armstrong, and Simon CrawfordJACKSON NH – A night with Acoustic Nuisance is a unique trip through the musical minds of it’s main protagonists: multi-instrumentalist Scots born Davey Armstrong……. fellow Scot and guitar/guitar-synth Folk-Rocker Simon Crawford…. and acoustic guitar and bouzouki playing London-Irishman Kevin Dolan..all ably accented by Becky Armstrong’s fine vocals, for an entertaining blend of acoustic/electric virtuosity and vocal harmony…

Humour is ever present, as is audience participation, and alongside a varied menu of Celtic and Americana, plus their own original tunes and songs, you are likely to be confronted by guitar, tin-whistles, Irish and Scottish Pipes, bouzouki, banjo, harmonica, bass-pedals and synths – and that’s just from Davey(!) …often while singing and playing 2 or 3 at the same time…

Hailing from the British Isles but living right here in the Mount Washington Valley, the band is looking forward to another fun night in the Cold River Radio Show Mini-Series and hoping old friends (and new!) will join them at this pre-Christmas event. Come on out!

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MicromasséJACKSON NH – Micromassé is a trio of accomplished musicians offering a fresh new sound that is nostalgically analog, worldly and explosively modern. Combining the classic sound of the Hammond Organ with dynamic electric guitar and infectious drums; Micromassé strives to bring instrumental music to new frontiers while maintaining a positive groove and a fun vibe.Micromassé has garnered superlative reviews to their recordings and concerts. They have shared the stage with Charlie Hunter, Bombino the Fogcutters and Moon Hootch and delighted audiences with their energetic performances and fiery compositions.

Band Members:
Peter Dugas – Organ
Chris Sweet – Drums
Max Cantlin – Guitar

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Your Host Jonathan Sarty opens the show

Concert is $10/person, and does not include the cost of dinner. Reservations are required; call the Wildcat Tavern 603-383-4245.

Denny BreauJACKSON NH – Denny Breau’s rhythmically flawless and dazzlingly clear style allows him to do amazing and stunning things with a six-string guitar. He first draws in an audience with a finely arranged melody and then slides effortlessly into scorching fingerwork that sets ears aflame. The lighting fast guitar lines that seem almost humanly impossible to accomplish are balanced with those that have a quiet intimacy and wrap tenderly around his carefully crafted songs. He mixes genres with ease — folk, Delta blues, country and jazz — “creating a totally accessible musical mélange that captivates as it entertains,” according to Lucky Clark writing for the Kennebec (Maine) Journal.

With Host Jonathan Sarty

Where: Wildcat Tavern in Jackson, NH @ 7:30pm

Details: $10 general admission – Call for ticket reservations. 603-383-5602.

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JACKSON NH – A special concert to benefit the MacKenzie Lewis White Scholarship for post secondary studies in music. The concert features a score of Valley musicians who perform through the evening. The Shannon Door Pub & Restaurant has once again offered their lovely porch for the event, where dinner will be served before and during the concert. Reserve your seat for $20.

Show starts at 6pm. Seating is limited on the porch and is likely to sell out.

View concert history and reserve tickets HERE

Who’s Playing This Year (2019) – so far….
Davey Armstrong
Simon Crawford
Tom Dean
Alana MacDonald
Jono Deveneaux
Kevin Dolan
Al Hospers & Scot Montgomery
Dennis O’Neil
Heather Pierson Acoustic Trio with Shawn Nadeau & Davy Sturdevant
Marty Quirk
Al Shafner
Bobby Sheenan & Jeremy Holden of “Junco”

BARTLETT NH –  Grand Prix style tricycle racing on a downhill course.  Four racers at a time compete for the best 4 person team and individual time.

Registration is from 11am-noon.  Racing starts at noon.  This is a great spectator sport, too.  Attitiash has their beer garden open and food available.

Tricycles are provided.  Helmets are required and racers must be at least 21.

$25 per individual racers and $80 for a 4 person team.  All proceeds benefit the Dewey Mark/Red Parka Scholarship.

Bear Peak at Attitash Mountain Resort

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