“A Night at the Movies” … a Red Carpet Theme
* Entertainer – MARKO – Comedian/Hypnotist/Magician
Join your local North Conway Rotary Club for a night of fun including great food and entertainment with good
friends. All proceeds support our community through Rotary service projects and donations supporting humanitarian and educational needs as well as broader community needs like family friendly events and beautification efforts.
ONLY 200 Tickets Will Be Sold. They are on sale now so you’d better hurry!
*1 in 5 chance of winning one of 39 other prizes of $180.00 cash or merchandise of equal or greater value.
Enjoy a night out with family and friends.
Cocktails: 5:00pm – Dinner Seating: 6:00pm
Take pictures of this moment with your partner and friends in the photo booth!
Lots of new and memorable surprises this year!
Feeling the pinch? Split at ticket with friends. You get the buffet dinner for two and can purchase additional dinners if needed so everyone can attend an evening of fun and excitement.
For more information about our Raffle call Kelly Drew at (603) 662-8677 OR (603) 356-6352.
Join the Medallion Opera House for an evening of live music.
The Snowvillage Inn is pleased to announce that Groton, NH Artist Kirsten Carruth will display her work in Max’s Restaurant and living room of the Inn from April-May 2015. An opening reception will be held Thurs., April 2 from 4-6 pm. The event is free, open to the public and an artisan cheese & cracker appetizer will be provided by the artist. For more information, please call the Inn at 603-447-2818.
For years, Kirsten’s focus was landscape painting inspired by countless hours spent hiking in and around the White Mts. Kirsten has been commissioned to paint murals in private homes and businesses throughout the state. Her work also includes logo design and sign creation. Some examples may be seen at the Bunyan room, at Loon Mountain, Lago Restaurant in Meredith NH, The Airport Diner in Manchester, Fosters Boiler Room, in Plymouth NH, The Dickey Center, at Dartmouth College, Walters Basin, in Holderness, and the Common Man Merrimack.
Lately, she has taken to rediscovering the artist illustrations of well-known old fairy tales and folklore. She re-works the images and incorporates the story on to reclaimed wooden doors and panels. Although these pieces are child centered, she finds that they have more of an adult connection. In Kirsten’s words: “The stories remind us of the memories of our own childhood or the images used for the inspirations for the pieces come before a time when these stories were softened and “Disney-fied,” but still retain their dark undertones, underlying lessons and values that parents tried to instill.” The works are one of a kind, and have been painted with everyday household latex paint, and distressed using a stain rub.
Snowvillage Inn is celebrating its second year of spotlighting and supporting local artists. The partnering with artists has been a win-win endeavor. The majority of artists have sold several pieces and the Inn has enjoyed the ever-changing beauty of wonderful art in Max’s Restaurant and the living room. The Snowvillage Inn is located in Eaton Center – 136 Stewart Road (off Brownfield Road), a mile up from Crystal Lake. 603-447-2818. http://www.snowvillageinn.com.
Believe in Books Literacy Foundation is hosting an Earth Day Writing Contest for children kindergarten age through 6th grade in honor of Earth Day Week and their 6th Annual Earth Day Celebration with Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. The contest ends on April 10, 2015.
Entrants are required to write about what Dr. Seuss’ story The Lorax means to them. Children may make up a story, relate a true experience or write a poem. Only single author stories qualify; please no co-authored stories or parents. Inventive spelling is encouraged and accepted in honor of Dr. Seuss. Each story must not exceed 500 words. Text must be printed or written legibly. Story must have at least one original, clear and colorful illustration as part of the story. Entries will be judged on originality, creativity, storytelling, imagination and integration of artwork. More information is available at http://www.believeinbooks.org.
The entries will be judged as follows: Category 1: Kindergarten and first grade. Category 2: second and third grades. Category 3: fourth, fifth and sixth grades.
Winners will be announced on Monday, April 13th. A presentation honoring the winners will be held as part of the Earth Day Celebration with Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax on Saturday, April 18th at 10 am at the Theater in the Wood in Intervale, NH.
This program is one of many that the Believe in Books Literacy Foundation has created to match the goals of exercising the mind and body of youngsters with education and engagement of healthy habits. The Literacy Foundation is a Charitable 501(c)(3) Non-Profit guided by the needs and involvement of the communities of which it serves.
The Foundation office and its 100 Acre Wood property are located on Observatory Way in Intervale, NH, just two miles north of the Scenic Vista, directly across from Town Hall Road on the west side of Route 16.
For more information call 603-356-9980 or visit http://www.believeinbooks.org.
Chef Ben Frieden, Executive Chef at Max’s Restaurant & Pub at the Snowvillage Inn, is preparing a traditional Passover Seder on Monday, April 6. There will be one seating for the dinner at 6pm. Following Chef’s presentation of the Seder plate, a buffet will be offered. Cost for the Passover Seder is $35 per person ($17.50 for 12 years and younger). The buffet menu includes: Traditional Charoset with fresh salad greens, Matzoh Ball soup, Chilled Fish Terrine with Horseradish Beets, Braised Beef with red wine braising gravy, Potato Gratin, Roasted carrots and cabbage with fresh rosemary, Macaroons and
Pistachio and chocolate matzoh brittle.
Passover is the Jewish holiday of freedom, commemorating the Israelites’ exodus from slavery in Egypt. Each spring, Jewish people from around the world recount Passover’s watershed story of redemption at a festive meal called the Seder. While the main course at the Passover Seder varies from family to family and country to country, the five or six elements of the Seder plate are universal.
For more information or to make a reservation, call the Snowvillage Inn at 603-447-2818.
The Snowvillage Inn and Max’s Restaurant is located in Eaton Center – 136 Stewart Road (off Brownfield Road), a mile up from Crystal Lake. 603-447-2818. http://www.snowvillageinn.com. The Snowvillage Inn is owned and operated by Kevin Flynn (who previously owned the Inn from 1994-2005) and Jen Kovach. They offer a comfortable and beautiful place to get away, relax, and refresh. The Inn is located in Snowville, New Hampshire (just a mile up Brownfield Road from Rt. 153 on Stewart Road and about 7 miles from Conway, NH) For more information about the Snowvillage Inn please go to http://www.snowvillageinn.com. Or call (603) 447-2818.