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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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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countdowntox-masNORTH CONWAY NH –  On Friday November 29th receive 30% off Horsefeathers Gift Cards and then 25% off on Sat Nov. 30th. The official Countdown begins on December 1st and lasts for 24 days.

Visit Horsefeathers website on Friday November 29th and take advantage of this yearly holiday offer

 

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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NORTH CONWAY NH – The White Mountain Waldorf School’s 33rd Annual Winter Craft Faire from 10am-2pm at the North Conway Community Center. Local Artisans, craft activities for children, puppet shows by our Early Childhood and Kindergarten teachers, stories by King Winter in the Crystal Cave, food and more!

Join the White Mountain Waldorf School for the 33rd Annual Winter Craft Faire. Local Artisans and Vendors will be selling beautiful crafts and goods. Faculty and students will be hosting crafting tables for children to make a craft for themselves or to give. Food will be for sale. Puppet Shows and King Winter, along with the Pocket Lady will be happening throughout the day. Don’t miss this wonderful event! Free admission, buy tickets at the door to use to pay for food and crafts.

 33rd Annual Winter Craft Faire

Tickets to pay for crafts, entrance to puppet shows and King Winter, available at the door

A wonderful event for familes!

JACKSON NH – What is the Jingle Bell Chocolate Tour all about?

Jingle Bell Chocolate TourJackson Village and Nestlenook Farm Resort have been putting on this incredible chocolaty delicious sleigh ride for more than 16 years. This event started with one sleigh going out twice on one day. Now sleighs go out 6 times per day for 8 days. This event is an Austrian horse drawn sleigh ride through Jackson Village. You start this enchanted journey by checking in at Nestlenook’s Gazebo. You will walk into the Gazebo finding a heath side fire to warm you and the entire Gazebo filled with Christmas and Holiday decorations. Here you will pick up your first home-made chocolate treasure and a festive bag to use for any uneaten chocolates collected on your sleigh ride. You may sit in the sleigh found in the Gazebo and have family Christmas Holiday photos taken. Then you board your assigned sleigh and your magical journey begins…

Where does the Sleigh Ride Go?

You will be whisked away in your Austrian Horse drawn sleigh up, up and away to Jackson Village. Your sleighs will stop at the Inn at Jackson, the Wildcat Inn & Tavern, The Wentworth, An Elegant Country Inn, J-Town Deli & Country Store, Jackson Ski Touring Foundation sponsored by the Eagle Mountain House, the Snowflake Inn, and the RiverWood Inn. At each stop you do not have to get in and out of the sleighs… at each business the proprietors will bring you your next home-made chocolate treasures. Sleighs return to Nestlenook for disembarking.

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ALBANY NH –  Author Series: Mike Dickerman White Mountains Hiking History

Thursday, November 14, 7pm
Nature Learning Center, Albany

Tin Mountain Conservation Center,Mike Dickerman, author of the White Mountain Guide and numerous other hiking guides, will chronicle the early trails, guides, and path-makers, who, over a 100-year period, helped develop the White Mountain region’s extensive trail network that today includes more than 500 footpaths covering some 1400 miles.

The program will focus on the period between 1819 and 1925, beginning with the establishment of the historic Crawford Path up Mount Washington and concluding with the completion of the trail network as we know it today.

Nature Program Series

Tin Mountain Conservation Center, 1245 Bald Hill Road, Albany, NH 03818

Thank you to The Generous Sponsorship of Bank of NH & Hancock Lumber

Donations of $3/person & $5/family, unless otherwise stated, are greatly appreciated 

Special thanks to our food sponsors: Flatbread Company of North Conway, Frontside Coffee Roasters & the Old Village Bakery

603-447-6991

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Tin Mountain Nature Learning Center, Albany – Climate Change and the Ski Industry

ALBANY NH – Learn how ski areas in New Hampshire are adapting to a changing climate, and what the industry is doing to minimize its own carbon footprint and raise awareness of the impact of a warmer planet on this travel & tourism sector that is important to New Hampshire’s economy.

Tin Mountain Conservation Center, 1245 Bald Hill Road, Albany, NH 03818

Thank you to The Generous Sponsorship of Bank of NH & Hancock Lumber

Donations of $3/person & $5/family, unless otherwise stated, are greatly appreciated 

Thursday, November 7, 7pm

Nature Learning Center, Albany

Special thanks to our food sponsors: Flatbread Company of North Conway, Frontside Coffee Roasters & The Old Village Bakery

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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