Jackson Invitational Snow Sculpting Competition!

JACKSON NH – The 21st New Hampshire Sanctioned & Jackson Invitational Snow Sculpting Competition!

This Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce event will be held at Great Glen Trails/Mt. Washington Auto Road in the Jackson Area of New Hampshire. This fabulous location offers guests/visitors not only great cross country skiing, tubing, snow coach rides but creates an incredible background for the viewing of all our sculpting pieces. Check back soon for lots more details as to all the fun that will go with this exciting new experience and venue. We wish to note our thanks to Black Mountain for previous years of hosting this event. This event will now be rotating venues.

The event begins on Friday January 28th at noon with teams from all over the Northeastern part of the United States. The team will sculpt throughout the weekend and finish at noon on Sunday. Spectators are welcome to view the entire process but welcome to return on Sunday the 30th for the finished products. 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.

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STONE MOUNTAIN ARTS CENTER PERFORMANCE

HIRAM ME – Hosted by Carol Noonan and the Stone Mountain Boys featuring Duke Levine, Kevin Barry and very special guest Guitar God Bill Kirchen

There is simply no better place to celebrate the holidays than at Stone Mountain Arts Center! With the lights all strung and garlands galore, Stone Mountain LIVE at Christmas is the whole “Experience”….it takes all the best aspects of this special place on the hill and packs it into one fun festive night! Stone Mountain’s owner, Carol Noonan, who hosts this unique revue style show with her house band the Stone Mountain Boys…featuring guitarists Duke Levine and Kevin Barry. Featuring special guest, the one and only Bill Kirchen…famed of his Commander Cody days and his version of Hot Rod Lincoln, well if we could have a a favorite Uncle for SMAC, it would be him!!

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Please call 1-207-935-7292 if you need assistance.

White Mountain Musical Arts

NORTH CONWAY NH – A musical holiday celebration of “A White Mountain Christmas” will be presented by White Mountain Musical Arts on Friday evening, December 3, 2021 at 7:00 p.m.

The concert will take place at First Church of Christ Congregational, the home of the restored 1984 Moller Pipe Organ. the program is open to everyone who enjoys the music of the season. The nine-year North Conway tradition will again feature Ray Cornils, Municipal Organist Emeritus for the city of Portland, Maine, a post he held from 1990 through 2017. Cornils will be joined by trumpeters Robinson Pyle and Greg Gettel. The program will feature familiar holiday music and an audience singalong.

The annual holiday presentation is designed for the entire family. The suggested donation is $20 for adults, cash or checks only. Children accompanied by an adult are free and are encouraged to attend. Masks are required inside at all times and physical distancing is strongly suggested. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available at the door.
First Church of Christ, Congregational is located at 2521 White Mountain Highway across from Peaches Restaurant. It is handicap accessible with parking available behind the building.
Festival of Trees

NORTH CONWAY NH – Sponsored & hosted by Settlers Green, the premier outlet shopping center of the Mountain Washington Valley.

Magical holiday events for the whole family to enjoy!
Hosted at the Settlers Green Outlet Village in the gateway of North Conway
Located at 2 Common Court, unit A14, North Conway, NH 03860
(next to the Lindt Chocolate Shop)

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
Increase your chance to WIN your favorite Christmas tree!

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Bring A Friend

Bring A Friend is the perfect girls getaway! Shopping deals, great dining experiences, giveaways and entertainment make this the biggest event of the year. Shop the best names in fashion with added festivities to make it an experience you’ll turn into tradition.

Our 21st Annual Bring A Friend event will take place over 10 days, November 5-14, 2021, with the bulk of activities taking place November 11-14, 2021, and Saturday, November 13 being the primary day for festivities.

Sign up for our Exclusive Bring A Friend E-mail List to get first alerts on information about the premium bag sale, raffles and more!

Exciting news for the 2021 Season: We have added a fifth weekend to our Jingle Bell Chocolate Tours starting Saturday November 20th, Sunday November 21st, Saturday November 27th, Sunday November 28th, Saturday December 4th, Sunday December 5th, Saturday December 11th, Sunday December 12th, with the final weekend being Saturday December 18th and Sunday December 19th, 2021. The Price per ticket is now $32 per person children 2 and under riding on mom/dad’s lap are free. New joining the ranks of Chocolatiers are: the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa and the Inn at Thorn Hill & Spa… joining the expert chocolate making of the Nestlenook Farm, the Inn at Jackson, the Wildcat Inn & Tavern, the Wentworth, An Elegant Country Inn, the J-Town Deli & Country Store, the Snowflake Inn and the RiverWood Inn. If you have a Reserved Seating ticket from 2020 the $30 price is honored.

Tickets are priced at $32 per person. Children 2 or under sitting on your lap not taking chocolate treasures are free. Please be aware although chocolate treasures may not have nuts in them directly they may have come in contact with nuts, nut products or nut oil.!

The $32 ticket purchase includes a Jingle Bell, a festive bag to hold any uneaten hand-made chocolate treasures, a horse drawn Austrian sleigh ride through Jackson Village and hand-made chocolates presented to you right in your sleigh at each stop along the way. (Riders to not get out of sleighs to get their chocolates the proprietors of each business meets the sleighs and presents your chocolate goodies to you!)

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This premiere event is celebrating its 37th 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