This premiere event is celebrating its 36th year. As this event is a self-guided tour it is an easy one to be able to offer even during these challenging times. Mask worn safely over your nose and mouth and you social distancing are mandated. Please keep in mind individual businesses hosting Pumpkin People displays will have their own State Covid19 mandates/regulations and we ask that everyone honors and respects these mandates/regulations to help keep everyone safe. Our businesses hosting Pumpkin People work very hard at creating the displays for your enjoyment… this year there are more than 80 displays. You can anticipate seeing Pumpkin People doing just about anything and sometimes even the impossible. Read more
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.
$40 general admission – Call for ticket reservations. 603-383-5602.
Musical Style: (Blues-Rock)
Hoot Night is Back! In The Garden – Tuesday’s 5:30p-8p, Acoustic Open Mic with Host Jonathan Sarty. BYOM-Bring Your Own Mic!
One of the oldest open mic nights in New England features a full set up of instruments and sound management. Host Jonathan Sarty of Cold River Radio & The White Mountain Music Group welcomes top musicians from throughout Maine and New Hampshire as well as beginning performers.
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JACKSON NH – Due to the Covid-19 virus we have had to reschedule our Duck Race & Music Festival. This year we plan on giving our locals, visitors, friends and family a fun filled weekend celebrating our move toward re-opening with a weekend long Grand “Welcome Back” celebration.
The celebration starts on Friday night July 31st with Fireworks, then on Saturday, August 1st from 10 AM until 3 PM we will be hosting the annual Wildquack Duck Race & Music Festival. Things maybe a little different as the Wildcat River maybe too low for the ducks to swim but we will figure out how it will all go as we get closer to the event.
You can expect food vendors, kids games, fun for the entire family… lots of prizes and just celebrating being together. For more information please visit our website.
Jackson Village Park located on Route 16 A in Jackson Village, Jackson, New Hampshire.
Click for more info: www.jacksonnh.com/event/wildquack-duck-race-music-festival-2/
This very unique and special Dance has been going on under the Jackson Covered Bridge for 17 years. We are epecially happy to announce that Jon Sarty and the White Mountain Boys are coming back again this year.
At this event you can expect live entertainment – dancing – the Cheese Louise Truck boasting some of the best artisan cheese sandwiches you can find – kids creating table – Jackson Fire Department raffles – special offer for Jingle Bell Chocolate Tour Tickets – and more!
The Jackson Covered Bridge is closed from 5:30 PM until midnight. Businesses open during that time are accessible from northern entrance of route 16 and or Thorn Hill Road.
Cheese Louise Grilled Artisan Cheese truck is on site for your dining ease. You could also choose to have dinner at one of our amazing restaurants in the area..
This event is good for single, couples,families, locals and visitors! It feels like you are in your own backyard enjoying live entertainment, mingling and dancing the night away!