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
ONLINE – Autumn is a favorite time of the year for many people, with cooler temperatures, bright blue skies, and a kaleidoscope of changing colors. The objective of this program is to understand the science behind autumn color. Why do leaves change color? What factors influence leaf color? Which leaf pigments are responsible for producing leaf colors in various trees? What is the significance of leaf color change? What effect will climate change have on autumn foliage? Where are some places to see the best color in the White Mountains? What are some of the economic and health benefits that come to New Hampshire from autumn foliage? These and more questions will be answered during this presentation on autumn foliage.
Visit www.tinmountain.org for the zoom link.
Suggested donation of $5/ person, members are free.
Click for more info: www.tinmountain.org
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!
JACKSON NH – Outdoors @Jackson Art Studio – With Award winning painter, George Van Hook
Ridge Rd, Jackson NH
In this weekend portrait painting workshop, students will first start by drawing the head to understand the structure and form. The model will be set up outdoors and we will be combining the natural environment with the portrait and natural light. (outdoor tents will be set up if needed) We will investigate the specifics of individual features. After lunch, participants will paint the head in their chosen medium using a limited palette of primary colors. The focus of this will be creating a recognizable form.
George will teach in a loose impressionist style through demonstration and individual coaching. On the second day, students will again begin with drawing and creating a limited palette study. After lunch, we will spend the afternoon doing a full color portrait bringing all that we learned into play. This workshop is for those with some familiarity with painting but all levels are welcome and all mediums appropriate including oils, watercolors, pastels and acrylics. Students are required to bring their own supplies. Class size will be kept small for individual attention.
Sat & Sun, April 25 & 26, 9am-4pm, $295
Cancellation Policy: We ask that you to give us four weeks notice if you need to cancel for a full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations should be made by phone by calling (603) 387-3463. This provides us the opportunity to fill the space. We are sorry, but we cannot give refunds or issue credits for missed classes or no shows.
603 387 3463
Click for more info: www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=1017
Seek the Peak 2020 Has Gone VIRTUAL – Hike-On & Seek YOUR Peak!
The COVID 19 pandemic has hit the Mount Washington Observatory financially. Many nonprofits are in similar situations, but the timing is especially critical for the Observatory.
This summer we celebrate the 20th anniversary of our Seek the Peak fundraiser. What is ordinarily a hiking extravaganza will be a virtual experience this year. Our celebration will be a collective of shared hikes online from across the nation. We rely on this event for a good part of our annual budget. The Observatory has weathered many storms in our 87 year history but this change means we need your support more than ever.
We already have participants committed to raising funds and seeking their own peak.
We are grateful for these dedicated folks.
Here’s where you come in. Contribute to a participant. Or set up a team of your own, even without hiking, and raise funds for the Observatory. Help make this the most successful year ever for Seek the Peak.
603 356 2137
Click for more info: www.seekthepeak.org