Our next show will be held at the Theater in the Wood Sunday
July 12th at 7pm. Join us as we welcome the fabulous
Lonely Heartstring Band, and other very special guests.
The festival features camping, a huge field pickin and jamming scene, swimming, barn dances, yoga, organic local food, four stages, and a free admission for kids 17 and under!
The Ossipee Valley Music Festival is known for its omnivorous appetite in music, featuring Americana, Roots, Blues, Bluegrass, Folk, Jazz, Celtic, and more. Four days, four stages, with workshops and a free kids music camp taught by world renowned musicians.
Check out the Ossipee Valley String Camp too, July 20th-25th with personal instruction, workshops, band class, yoga, dances, hikes, and more! Instruments include fiddle, cello, mandolin, banjo, guitar and upright bass. Instructors include Brittany Haas, Joe Walsh, Eli West, Jayme Stone, Lauren Rioux and Steve Roy.
July 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th only 45 minutes West of Portland, 2.5 hours from Boston, in the foothills of the White Mountains!
For more information go to www.ossipeevalley.com
PINKHAM NOTCH NH – Seek the Peak is a hike-a-thon fundraiser to benefit the nonprofit Mount Washington Observatory. Now in its fourteenth year, Seek the Peak is a great way to get out and experience the White Mountains while helping a great cause.
Where?? Base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road
Pinkham Notch, New Hampshire
The event features a Friday night kick-off party, fantastic goodie bags, awesome t-shirts, a rockin’ after party, thousands of dollars in prizes, and of course, all the beauty and excitement of Mount Washington.
Here’s how it works: you register, raise a minimum of $200, then join us in July for a great day on Mount Washington.
You may fundraise:
Online: The easiest way to collect support is through your personal fundraising page on SeekthePeak.org. This editable page is automatically created for your when you register, so all you have to do is email the link to your friends and family, who donate to your hike using a credit or debit card.
Offline: You may also fundraise the old fashioned way by collecting cash or checks and mailing them in to the Observatory.
Through sponsorship: The third way to garnish support for Seek the Peak is to ask businesses in your area to join the event as a sponsor. There are several sponsorship levels available with a number of great benefits. Check out the sponsorship page or call (800) 706-0432, ext. 231 for more information.
– See more at: http://www.seekthepeak.org
The Mt. Washington Auto Road hosts the after party and expo at the base starting at 2pm. Expo is free tickets are required for the after party here.
Seek the Peak 15 After Party – Join us “under the big top” for the culminating event of Seek the Peak!
Enjoy vendor booths, live music, a cash bar, and our famous all-you-can-eat feast by New Hampshire’s Hart’s Turkey Farm. All Seek the Peak hikers, friends, families, and members of the general public are invited to attend.
Seek the Peak participants who meet the $200 fundraising minimum automatically receive free admission! All others may purchase a ticket for $25.
2:00 PM: Outdoor expo opens (free; no ticket required)
4:00 PM: After party kicks off with live music and cash bar
5:00 PM: Famous all-you-can-eat dinner buffet
6:00 PM: Awards ceremony for top fundraisers