Cranmore Adds Brew Fest and Warren Miller’s “No Turning Back” Film to Annual Homecoming Event


Cranmore Mountain Resort will celebrate the start of the skiing and riding season with annual Homecoming at Zip’s Pub featuring trail sign auction and live
music

On Saturday, November 29, Cranmore Mountain Resort will host their annual Homecoming celebration. The event will feature a local brew fest, trail sign auction, cash bar, live music, and a showing of the latest Warren Miller film, No Turning Back. Proceeds of the trail sign auction will go to the Jimmy Mersereau scholarship fund.

Homecoming will be held at Zip’s Pub and Grille from 3pm to 5pm. The local brew fest, a
new addition to this year’s event, will feature samples from Longtrail, Shed, Shocktop, Tuckermans, Seadog, Gansett, Sam Adams and Angry Orchard, Moat and Blue Moon. Live music from Ryan St. Onge will be provided throughout the festivities.

An informal rail jam will be held from 3-5pm in the base area, directly in front of
the Zip’s Pub, where skiers and riders of all ages can jib terrain park elements set up by Cranmore’s terrain park rangers.

No Turning Back will be shown in the pub at 6:15pm with doors opening at 5:45pm. Tickets for the film are $10 and are available online in advance or at the door. A full bar and limited menu will be
available at Zip’s Pub and Grille during the event.

The newest Warren Miller film pays tribute to the 65 years of mountain culture and filmmaking. No Turning Back showcases scenes of powder from Japan, Mount Olympus, the French Alps, and the hills of Montana. The film features Olympian Ted Ligety shredding the World Cup in Colorado, Ingrid Backstrom and Jess McMillan taking on the Alaskan Chugach, and JT Holmes and Ulie Kestenholz in the Swiss Alps.

For more information on Homecoming and No Turning Back visit Cranmore.com or call 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.

Cranmore Mountain, located in the heart of North Conway Village in the White Mountains of New Hampshire only 2.5 hours from the Boston area, has been entertaining families with fun and festive activities for over 76 years. With over $9million dollars in improvements in the last four years,
Cranmore is on the brink of a $50 million resort wide development plan, Kearsarge Brook Condominiums at Cranmore.

 

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Cranmore to Open a Week Earlier Than Planned: November 22 & 23


Cranmore Mountain Resort will open earlier than anticipated for top to bottom skiing and riding on Saturday, November 22 and Sunday, November 23

Cranmore Mountain Resort will open a week earlier than planned based on productive snowmaking weather over the last two weeks. The area will be the first to open in the Mount Washington Valley, offering
top to bottom skiing and riding, with five trails and two lifts operating on Saturday and Sunday, November 22 & 23.

“This is one of the earliest weekends we have opened for skiing and riding,” said Cranmore President and General Manager, Ben Wilcox. “Our continued investment in snowmaking is a major reason why we are able to open top to bottom in November.”

Cranmore has invested $100,000 in snowmaking equipment this season and $1 million since 2010. New tower guns have been added, bringing the total to over 400 energy-efficient snow guns. Cranmore has
increased snow gun inventory by 300 percent since 2010.

The mountain will begin the season by opening top to bottom novice terrain so that skiers and riders of all abilities can enjoy the early season snow. Trails open
will include Easy Street, Gibson, Lower Gibson, Lower Beginner’s Luck and Snow Train. The Skimobile Express High Speed Quad and South Quad will
both run from 9am-4pm.

Cranmore will be offering early season prices
this weekend, with lift tickets priced at $29 for adults, and $19 for teens, juniors and seniors. Children 5 and under ski for free. The resort will reopen on Friday, November 28th, and will operate weekends before going to daily operations on Saturday, December 13th. The Tubing and Mountain Adventure Park are scheduled to open for the season on Friday, November 28th. A full schedule of resort operations can be found online at Cranmore.com.

Snowmaking operations will continue as temperatures allow. For regular updates on snowmaking and snow conditions, visit Cranmore.com.

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Cranmore Mountain, located in the heart of North Conway Village in the White Mountains of New Hampshire only 2.5 hours from the Boston area, has been entertaining families with fun and festive activities for over 76 years.  With over $9 million dollars in improvements in the last four years, Cranmore is on the brink of a $50 million resort wide development plan, Kearsarge Brook Condominiums at Cranmore.

 

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White Mountain Waldorf School Children’s Winter Craft Faire

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The White Mountain Waldorf School invites in the wonderment of the holiday season with their 28th Annual Children’s Winter Craft Faire on Saturday, November 22nd from 10am-2pm. The Faire delights the entire family with festive hands-on crafts including woodworking, candle and wreath making, puppet shows, storytelling, a cake walk, and musical performances. Outdoors, make sure to visit King Winter telling a story in his Crystal Cave, warm up by the bonfire with hot cider, and search for the pocket lady with her special treasures. Natural, handmade and creative toys and crafts are available to purchase made by local artisans and the school’s parents, teachers and upper grade students. This year an “Elf Shoppe” is being added for younger children to select wrapped $1 gifts for friends and family. Delicious hearty breakfast and lunch with desserts is available. The event is free and open to the public, who are also welcome to view student artwork and lesson books.

White Mountain Waldorf offers early childhood nursery and kindergarten, elementary, and middle school through 8th grade. The school is located on Route 16, just south of Conway Village, at 1371 New Hampshire Route 16, Albany, NH 03818. Known for creative play with lots of movement, color, song, and story designed to appeal to the early childhood years, with an increasing importance on deep exploration, problem-solving, and independent thinking in the upper grades. For more information about the Winter Craft Faire or the school, contact Denice Tepe, Outreach Director at info@whitemountainwaldrof.org or call the school at 603-447-3168.

 

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You’re Invited to The Spa at Christmas Farm Inn’s Holiday Open House

Join The Spa at Christmas Farm Inn for their 3rd Annual Holiday Open House! November 20, 5-7pm in Jackson, NHAveda Holiday event

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Movie Night At The Ham Ice Arena!

“For the First time in Forever”, the Ham Arena is Pleased and Proud to Announce; MOVIE NIGHT AT THE HAM!

On Saturday, November 29th, during the 6:10-9:10pm public skate, the Ham Arena will combine the fun of public skating with the enjoyment of a FREE SHOWING OF DISNEY’S BLOCKBUSTER HIT,

FROZEN!

Come and enjoy this major, never been done before, Extravaganza!  Only at the HAM ARENA!  Fun for the WHOLE FAMILY!  See DISNEY’S FROZEN on the BIG SCREEN! FULL STEREO SURROUND SOUND!

This event is FREE with a paid public skate entrance fee.*

Don’t miss out, Be Here on Saturday, November 29th, Skate to the spectacle of Disney’s FROZEN!  SHOW TIME is 7:10pm!

SEE YOU ON THE ICE!

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Join Eastern Slope Inn for an Old Fashioned Christmas!

The 250th Town of Conway Anniversary
Kick-off Celebration!

An Old Fashioned Christmas
November 29, 5pm,
Schouler Park and Eastern Slope Inn

2:00 – Weather in the Whites
Weather Discovery Center across from
Eastern Slope Inn
Join Will Broussard of the Mount Washington Observatory
to learn about some of the most severe weather
that occurs right here in the White Mountains of
New Hampshire that Santa has to prepare for, followed

5:00 -5:30 – Opening Remarks and Carolers from M&D Productions

5:30 – Santa Arrives for official tree lighting

5:45 – 6:15 – Parade down Main Street to Eastern Slope Inn

6:15 – Santa Arrives to
Eastern Slope Inn

6:30 – Santa reads “Twas the Night Before Christmas” inside Eastern Slope Inn Resort beside the
grand hearth and fireplace

  • Cookies and hot chocolate served
    to all in attendance

Bring the entire family for a fun way to kick-off the holiday season and celebrate Conway’s legacy! 

For more information on this event and all
Conway 250th events, visit Conway250.org

Sincerely,

The 250th Town of Conway  
Anniversary Committee

Brian Wiggin, retired Kennett High School Teacher, Conway, NH

Jill Reynolds, Gibson Center, Conway, NH

Bennie Jesseman, CC RSVP

Marshall Allen, Arts in Motion, Conway, NH

Jim Arnold,Conway Historical Society, Conway, NH

John Cannel, Country Store, Intervale, NH

Kris Cluff, North Conway Water Precinct, Conway, NH

Janice Crawford, Executive Director
Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

Penny Merrill and Sally Smith,
Pine Tree Elementary School, Conway, NH

John Eastman,Conway Recreational Department, Conway, NH

Judy McGinty, Conway, NH

Maureen Seavey, North Conway

Bob Cottrell – History Curator, Conway Public Library

Jaimie Crawford, Project Manager

For more information on these events and more,
contact Jaimie Crawford, Jaimie@MtWashingtonValley.org

 

Thank You Sponsors!

December 6, 2014

 Conway Village Holiday Parade

Pictures with Santa at Northway Bank
Story time at
Conway Public Library
Parade and Tree Lighting in Conway Village
FREE Holiday on Ice Skating Show and FREE
Open Skate at
Ham Arena

Register for the Parade
Contact Jessica Whitelaw for more information 
 

December 31, 2014

 

Schouler Park
New Year Fireworks

and MWV Skating Club Demonstration

January 24-25
Winter Carnival

Throughout Conway
Enjoy events highlighting all
winter activities  

May 16, 2015  

Celebrate the Conway’s Legacy 250th Celebration Fair
Register for the Education Fair
Contact Sally Smith or Penny Merrill for more information 
 
July 4-11, 2015
Art Show at the Conway Public Library

 

July 4, 2015
Celebrating the Nation’s Birthday

Parade, entertainment and fireworks

October 1, 2015 Commemorative Celebration

the corner of Eastman Road and Merry Meeting Hill Rd, Village of Redstone at the Police Station

 

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Chamber After Hours at Snowvillage Inn!

Welcome New Members!

Sea Dog Brewing
Maine owned and Maine brewed.  Full line of award winning brews and handcrafted ales.

Tilly Ink
Wedding & Portrait Photography, Freelance Graphic Design, Photo Restoration, Window Frame Restoration & Photography, Web Design.

Designed Gardens
Gardening landscape service with its own style of design adds a mixture of classic and timeless gardens to the new and modern style of gardening.

Simply Primitive
Simply Primitive is filled with everything that fits the primitive way of life, reminiscent of earlier, uncomplicated times.

Conway Eye Care
North Conway, NH
Providing quality eye care in the Mt. Washington Valley and Northern NH since 1925.

Carter Notch Inn
The Carter Notch Inn is beautifully located in the village of Jackson, overlooking the Wildcat River valley & surrounding mountains.

Providing high-quality, advanced geophysical services to environmental, engineering, and infrastructure clientele.

Thank You After Hours Sponsors!

varsitybev

 

 

 

You’re Invited to the
Chamber After Hours

Hosted By

Snowvillage Inn

When:

Tuesday,  November 18th, 2014, 5-7pm
136 Stewart Road, Snowville, NH

603-447-2818

Come and enjoy…
Assorted appetizers from Max’s Tavern
 Samplings from their Holiday Party Menu.
 Tastings from Tuckerman Brewery including their brand new beer.

  Martignetti Companies will offer samples of their fine wines.

Networking, 50/50 Raffle and Door Prizes

Including Gift certificate giveaways.

Enjoy their Chamber After Hours Dinner Special
3 course Dinner for only $25
(Please call to reserve a table 603-447-2818)

 

 

Featured Non-Profit

 Starting Point is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring quality services are provided to victims of relationship violence and sexual abuse, providing community outreach and promoting social change.  Be sure to pre-purchase tickets for their annual fundraiser Boots n’ Bling happening in June at the White Mountain Hotel.  They make great holiday gifts!

 


The Snowvillage Inn is a warm and inviting destination, set on the side of Foss Mountain, with breathtaking views of the Presidential Mountain Range.  Come and enjoy the peace and natural beauty as well as our fine food and bar/lounge area where you can relax around the fireplace.

 

 

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