Arts & Entertainment around Mount Washington Valley, NH

Jackson Covered Bridge Dance

Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce celebrates the 18th Jackson Covered Bridge Dance… An “Old Fashioned Block Party” Saturday, August 07, 2021 – 6 PM until Midnight.

JACKSON NH – Dance the night away under the stars and the Jackson Covered Bridge while listening to Jon Sarty and the White Mountain Boys, the local favorite and choice band for this event, (live music starts at 7:30 PM and continues until 10:30 PM)

This event certainly will get your feet moving and, everyone knows, music and dance are good for the soul!

Come early, find your favorite spot, and have something to eat at the visiting food vendor spot. Tables and seating are on a first-come, first-serve basis, therefore, if you do not come early you may want to bring your chairs, blankets, and don’t forget your friends.

Amazingly enough… this Jackson Community Event is FREE thanks to our wonderful sponsors; Flossie’s General Store, Homer’s Appliance Repair, the Inn at Jackson, Whitney’s Inn at Jackson & the Shovel Handle Pub as well as the Inn at Ellis River. We are asking for consideration of a donation of $5 per person which will help with lost revenue due to Covid-19.

If you haven’t been able to attend this event in the past now is your chance… the 2021 Covered Bridge Dance is gearing up to be one of the best community events of the year.

After what we have all been through in 2020 and all the challenges we face by having to isolate and not be able to let loose… music, dance, and friends outdoors is just what we all need to breathe deeply and have some fun!

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north conway fireworks

NORTH CONWAY NH – Celebrate the spirit of unity the Valley is known for with fireworks on December 31st.

Fireworks will be shot from the North Conway Golf Course, and can be seen as far as West Side Rd. to Cranmore Mountain to Depot Street. Enjoy them from your car or follow social distancing mandates if you choose to stand in Schouler Park and watch. While watching, think of those we’ve lost, those they’ve left behind, our essential and frontline workers; and a brighter future to come.
Schouler Park
North Conway Village
Jackson Art Studio: Holiday Art Show w/ Artisans at Work

JACKSON NH – Our show & sale will feature a selection of  work from local artists and artisans including painting, photography, encaustic, mixed media, mosaics, mono prints, pottery, glass, jewelry and more.

The show opens on Saturday Dec 5 and will run every weekend in December.  Check out our “Artists at Work” and see them create while enjoying the art of over 25 local artists and artisans. Show will also run weekdays Christmas vacation week!  This event  is free and open to the public. Masks required and we will be limiting the amount of people in the gallery at one time.

155 Ridge Rd
Jackson NH 03846
603 387 3463

Bill Green

BROWNFIELD, ME – A Socially Distanced Show for 50 People A special intimate conversation with Maine’s own Bill Green. Join us for a special and engaging Q and A with this icon of Maine television. “Bill Green’s Maine” made him one of the most well known personalities in the state…focusing on the outdoors but always […]

Cold River Mini Series

JACKSON NH – Whether it’s a song, a style, an idiom or an image, Duke Robillard will render it with mastery, power, nuance and an unerring grasp of its essence. Duke’s resume is decorated with Grammy nominations, Handy Awards and Blues Music Awards, and other honors for his artistry, recordings and productions within the United States and internationally. On his latest release, “Duke Robillard and his Dames of Rhythm” on M.C. Records, he wields an acoustic archtop and joins six thrushes for evocative and enjoyable renditions of 1920s and 1930s swing tunes; it’s a worthy successor to his 2016 BMA-winning “The Acoustic Blues And Roots Of Duke Robillard.”

Host Jonathan Sarty opens the show at 4:30pm.

Where: Wildcat Tavern in Jackson, NH

$40 general admission – Call for ticket reservations. 603-383-5602.

Musical Style: (Blues-Rock)

Tom Snow

BROWNFIELD, MAINE – Tom Snow (piano) and Ralph Norris (saxophone)
A Socially Distanced Show for 50 People

Hooray! We are welcoming back our friend, pianist Tom Snow, to once again bring the sweet sounds of jazz to SMAC. For over thirty years, Tom has played piano with countless magnificent musicians. He’s one of “those guys” who can comfortably carouse in the circles of jazz, folk, classical, and rock. Of course many you also know him as a constant sidekick and accompanist for Jonathan Edwards. On this night, Tom is bringing as an extra special treat, long time friend and veteran saxophonist, Ralph Norris. Ralph’s sublime tone and gorgeous phrasing are the envy of many and we are proud to have him in out great state along with Tom. A great night of jazz music with Tom and his honored iconic guest.

 

Where: Stone Mountain Arts Center

When: Friday, August 14th

What Time: 8pm