The theme will be used by participants in the team and the open class for the 34th Tournament of Mud Parade, set for North Conway Village’s Main Street Saturday, Sept. 10, at 10 a.m. Look for teams to play with such themes as “Mud Minions,” “Frozen Mud,” “The Lion (Mud) King,” “Muddy Toy Story,” ,”Muddy Monsters, Inc.,” “Mud Duck Tales” and “A Muddy Tribute to Walt Disney.”
Sponsored by Amoskeag Beverages of Bow, overall sponsors of Mud Bowl, the parade also features an open class.
Games in the double-elimination tourney are played at Steve Eastman Memorial Field at Hog Coliseum Friday through Sunday, with the finals on Sunday. Cheerleaders, kids activities and food are featured.
Come join jus for a fun-filled family day for dogs and people who love them while raising funds for homeless animals. You can raise money as team member or individually with a dog or in honor or memory of a dog.
To participate, just go to www.conwayshelter.org and set up your personal Firstgiving page. Then spread the word by sending the link to all your friends near and far to support you. Or, you can also register by picking up a brochure for the event at many local businesses including Four Your Paws Only and at the Conway Area Humane Society, or give us a call at (603) 447-5605 and we will mail you one.
There will be prizes for the top fundraisers. All registered walkers will receive a t-shirt. Registration will take place on Friday, September 23 from 5-7 p.m. at Four Your Paws Only and on the morning of the Walk for the Animals in Schouler Park in North Conway beginning at 9:00 a.m. The Walk begins with a Blessing of the Animals and participants will set out for Whitaker Woods at 10:00 a.m. An awards ceremony will follow the walk and then the Pet Expo begins with vendors, demonstrations, contests and a dog show.
Please support the Conway Area Humane Society by participating in this great event. For more information on being a vendor, sponsor or participant, please call 603-447-5605 or e-mail [email protected]
PINKHAM NOTCH NH – We invite you to Seek YOUR Peak in 2016 … While many hikers will choose the challenge of summiting Mount Washington, others will opt for alternative mountain treks, or may even prefer a short “nature hike.” Some may just want to support the Observatory as “virtual hikers,” or simply join for the weekend festivities.
Registrants are asked to raise a minimum of $200 as part of their participation; in turn they are awarded with fabulous prizes and more! Be one of the first 500 to raise $200 and earn a Seek the Peak Eastern Mountain Sports backpack and exclusive Techwick Seek the Peak T-shirt.