Chamber After Hours at Bank of New Hampshire!

Welcome New Members

White Mountain

Stove Shop

Timothy Jackson

Ryan Thomas &
Ed Harrigan

Ron & Kelly Munro

Carlotta Girouard

 

Thank You After Hours Sponsors!

 

 

You’re Invited to Business After Hours
at Our Conway Office!
Bank of New Hampshire invites you to join them for a
Business After Hours with the Mt. Washington Valley
Chamber of Commerce as we welcome spring.

When:  Tuesday, April 21st, 5:00-7:00pm

Where:  Bank of New Hampshire
23 Main Street Conway, NH

Come and Enjoy….
Delicious food prepared by Traditions Restaurant
Tasting samples by Sap House Meadery and Tuckerman Brewing Co.
Networking and fun
Door prizes and 50/50 raffle

Featured Non-Profit of the Evening
Leadership MWV
Help support their fundraising project by purchasing goodies
 from their bake sale at the event.

Bank of New Hampshire is the premier, independent, full-service bank in New Hampshire, our mission is to:

  • Exceed our customers’ expectations by providing the finest quality customer service in a courteous, friendly and professional manner.
  • Provide a positive and supportive atmosphere for our employees where they take satisfaction in being part of the Bank of New Hampshire team and take great pride in the bank and in building strong customer relationships and delivering superior customer service.
  • Support and enhance the communities where we live and work.

 

 

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Conway 250th Spring Fun

Upcoming events
Guided Historical Village Tours
bus transportation will be provided

May 9th, 10:00am

East Conway

Hosted by Judy McGinty

May 9th, 1:00pm,

Scenic Vista

Kearsarge/Intervale, Hosted by John Cannell

May 16th, 10:00am
Center Conwa

Hosted by Nancy Leavitt and Michelle Brooks

May 16th, 1:00pm
South Conway (Goshen)

Hosted by Bill Marvel

May 30th, 10:00am
North Conway Village, Hosted by Dale and Jean Hamilton

May 30th, 1:00pm Redstone
Hosted by Elaine, Linda, Nancy and Donna Desjardins

June 6th, 10:00am

Conway Village
Hosted by Mark and Betty Hounsell and Arthur King
Bridges of Conway Art Show
When: Throughout the month of April
   
Where: The Ham Room in the Conway Public Library
 
Enjoy an open exhibit of vintage and contemporary images of the iconic bridges throughout Conway. 
 
Paintings, drawings and photos from private collections as well as present work will be exhibited. Some pieces will also be available for purchase. 

 

MWV Choral Society Concert

When: May 1st at 7:00pm and May 3rd at 2:00pm
Where: The Episcopal Church in North Conway
Enjoy a concert featuring songs of 250 years ago, songs by the people of Conway and songs about the area, with a premier piece composed just for Conway’s anniversary.

Conway 250th Education Fair

When: May 16th, 10:00am to 3:00pm
Where: Pine Tree Elementary School
Browse projects developed throughout the school year from over 10 different schools, service organizations and community members in the area.
Come and enjoy…  

A Maple Sugaring display by the  Lucy Family and Believe in Books Literacy Foundation

Vintage ski clothing & equipment

Power Point presentation of Conway Scenic RR

Mingle with local Olympians

View a Redstone Quarry display

Play a “Monopoly of the Conways” game

Listen to an MWV Choral Society Concert

and more!

For more information on these events and other spring and summer Conway 250th fun, visit www.Conway250.org!

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Slow Food Saco Valley Presents “Food Chains”

 

Slow Food Saco Valley and
Global Awareness Local Action
team up to present:

Food Chains 
The Revolution of America’s Fields

Join us April 23rd, 2015 from 6-8pm at The Theater in the Wood, Intervale NH for this eye-opening film

There is a revolution in America’s fields and it is happening in Florida’s tomato fields, once described by the Department of Justice as “ground zero for modern day slavery [in agriculture] in the United States.” But in the past four years, this breeding ground for the most horrific abuses imaginable has been totally transformed. How? The Coalition of Immokalee Workers’ Fair Food Program.

Food Chains follows this high lauded group of tomato pickers as they battle gigantic agribusiness titans – the supermarket and fast food industry which purchase hundreds of billions of dollars of fresh fruits and vegetables each year.

Agriculture remains the backbone of America, generating billions of dollars of revenue for those atop the food chain. Those at the bottom, however, see very little of those profits. Farmworkers remain desperately poor, averaging about $12,000 per year in wages.

Food Chains exposes the human cost in our food supply and the complicity of the supermarket industry.

Movie length is 82 minutes. Thoughtful discussion to follow the movie.

Snacks will be available by donation and you are welcome to bring a beverage of your choice.





 

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Ukulele Jam at North Conway Music Center

 

UKULELE GATHERING

at The Music Academy at North Conway Music
UKE Jam!
Bring Your Reggae Strum!
Thursday 4/16/15
A fun opportunity to meet other Ukulele enthusiasts.
All abilities welcome!
**Bring a ukulele and music stand (if you have one)**
Organized by Donna Fornier, who is your host and facilitator. We plan on having some sheet music ready for you to use, and no expectations of anything other than fun.
Cost will be minimal, perhaps $1 or $2 to offset expenses for the
space and music.
For more info, contact us at North Conway Music
(603) 356-3562.
Ukulele Gathering
The Music Academy at
North Conway Music
Thursday April 16th, 2015
5PM to 6:15PM
 
(603) 356-3562
service@northconwaymusic.com
1976 White Mountain Highway
North Conway, NH 03860
Next to SeaDog Brewery in the Red Barn Plaza

 

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Think Spring with the Bernerfhof Inn

 

The Bernerhof Inn

 

 

Bid adieu to winter and take advantage of all the great indoor
and outdoor opportunities that spring has to offer with the Bernerhof Inn!
Call (877) 389-4852 or
visit http://www.BernerhofInn.com to book now!

Mother’s Day Seafood  
Tour & Dinner   

with Chef Cheryl Emerson
May 8th, 2015
Class starts at 1 pm, Dinner starts at 5 pm

Chef Cheryl Emerson has netted some great seafood recipes and dishes with paired wines!  Fresh seafood cooking class for you to participate in and invite a guest to join us for a sit down wine and your-creation’s dinner…This is the perfect Mother’s Day gift to pick up some culinary new ideas, scrumptious food and wine to match.  We will do the dishes…

Menu:

  • Lobster Bisque with Cognac
  • New England Crab Cakes Roasted Pepper Aoili & Diver Scallop with Bacon and Maple Cream
  • Chilled Mussels & Kelp Salad featuring Sesame Vinaigrette
  • Baked Codfish with tomato, basil & lemon butter sauce with sauted fiddleheads
  • Stawberry Rhubarb Crisp and Vanilla Inn-made ice cream

$139 – for class & dinner 

$49 – join us just for the dinner  

$249 – includes class, dinner, and room for the night!

Massage & Fly Fishing Package

Enjoy 1 or 2 night luxury accommodations and a 90 Minute Massage while your loved one heads out onto a guided Fly Fishing tour nearby!

This package includes:
  • 90 minute massage at Serenity Wellness Studio
  • Half-day wade trip with Hill Country Guide Services

SIGN UP NOW FOR OUR SPRING CLASSES!

Coming up:

April 30th – Bernerhof Famous Fondue Class for Spring

May 8th – Mother’s Day Seafood Tour of New England Class & Dinner

May 16th – Spring’s Finest Bounty –
Vegetarian and Healthy Spring Vegetable Dishes

May 23rd – Early Summer Grillin’ –
New Flavors & Twists to an American Tradition

June 12th – Brews & BBQ’s – White Mountain Style!

To book this class, call us at (877)389-4852 or (603)383-4200!
1st Annual Bernerhof Pub Crawl

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Stay with us on our Bernerhof Pub Crawl Package on April 24th and 25th and enjoy The famous White Mountain’s Best Breweries!
 Your two night stay includes luxury accommodations on both nights, a Black Bear Pub Dinner for Two on Friday where you can enjoy our own favorite micro and batch brews by the crackling fireplace!  Breakfast cooked to order each morning and our Saturday Pub Crawl Limo sets off in the afternoon for stops at Tuckerman’s Restaurant & Tavern, Moat Mountain Smokehouse & Brewing Co., The Red Parka Steakhouse & Pub, McGrath’s Tavern, Seadog Brewing Co. and more!  You’ll have a ball with your own Bernerhof Champion Brewer swag on and return safely to your jacuzzi accommodations in time to count the sheep and sleep.
 More dates coming soon…

 

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April Vacation at Remick Farm

April Vacation events at Remick Farm

School Vacation: Homestead Adventures. Extended pre-registration ends Monday, April 13 for this spring session: Tuesday, April 21– Friday, April 24, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Learn about a new farm animal each day through hands-on time with the animals, farm chores, stories, art & games. Explore the historic homestead at Remick Museum & Farm. Learn about the seasonal rhythms of rural life; ample outside time and barn time with the animals. Bring lunch, 2 snacks and water bottle. $120/participant for the 4-day week (10% off for Members). Pre-registration and payment due in full by Monday, April 6. For ages 7–12. (In July & August: 5-day summer sessions, ages 8–15, $200.) 603-323-7591.

Small Farmers Club: Get to Know Chickens. Friday, April 17, 10–11 a.m. A monthly, farm-fun hour for young children at Remick Museum & Farm, Tamworth Village. Interaction with the featured animal and an activity to complement learning. $5/child, ages 2–6. Parents/guardians must accompany child/children for duration of activity. Dress to spend time outdoors. No pre-registration required. 603-323-7591.

Remick Museum & Farm Homeschool Class: Sheep & Wool. Monday, April 13 is the deadline to sign up for this Monday, April 20, 10 a.m.–12 p.m. class. Remick offers seasonally-based classes for homeschool students (ages 6–12) the third Monday of each month during the school year. Discovery through the senses, combined with hands-on activities and discussion, encourages deeper understanding of each themed class. $5/participant. Students must be accompanied by a parent or chaperone, not left unattended. No charge for chaperones unless participating in the class project. Pre-register for April 20 class by Monday, April 13; no walk-ins. 603-323-7591.

School Vacation: Homestead Adventures. Monday, April 13 is the deadline to sign up for this Tuesday, April 21–Friday, April 24, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. daily session. Learn about a new farm animal each day through hands-on time with the animals, farm chores, stories, art & games. Explore the historic homestead at Remick Museum & Farm. Learn about the seasonal rhythms of rural life; ample outside time and barn time with the animals. Bring lunch, 2 snacks and water bottle. $120/participant for the 4-day week (10% off for Members). Pre-registration and payment due in full by Monday, April 6. For ages 7–12. (5-day summer sessions in July & August.) 603-323-7591.

 

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Live music at Medallion Opera House

Join Medallion Opera House for an evening of live entertainment.
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