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Pumpkin People Winner’s Announced by Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce

Congratulations to the 2015 Overall Winner of the Return of the Pumpkin People. Five judges reviewed each property (properties who did not have their displays up by October 2nd – added day due to weather – were not eligible for a win) Unanimously agreed that Overall Winner is a tie between… drum roll please… the Christmas Farm Inn & Spa for their rendition of “It’s a Wonderful Life” and the Red Fox Bar & Grille for their rendition of “Monsters Inc.”!

These two amazing displays will share the cover of the 2016 Return of the Pumpkin People Map.

“People’s Choice” ballots are available and can be voted on through October 31 at Noon.

Click here for a list of all winners!

 

 

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Red Jacket Resorts & Kahuna Laguna Win Top Awards from USA Today, TripAdvisor and More

Red Jacket Resorts, a group of seven New England resorts owned and operated by The Davenport Companies of South Yarmouth, MA have recently accepted multiple awards for their resort properties on Cape Cod, MA and in North Conway, NH.

Kahuna Laguna, the 40,000 sq. ft. indoor water park located at the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort in NH, was voted one of the Top 10 Best Indoor Water Parks in the country through a 10Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest sponsored by USA TODAY. USA TODAY, the nation’s number one newspaper in print circulation with an average of more than 1.6 million daily, and USATODAY.com, an award-winning newspaper website, reach a combined 6.6 million readers daily. And 10Best.com provides users with original, unbiased, and experiential travel content of top attractions, things to see and do, and restaurants for top destinations in the U.S. and around the world.

Kahuna Laguna was also presented with the Travelers’ Choice Award, won by less than 1% of attractions each year, from TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site. The indoor water park was also awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, a prestigious award placing recipients in the top-performing 10% of all businesses worldwide.

TripAdvisor has also presented Certificates of Excellence to Red Jacket Beach Resort, Green Harbor Resort, Riviera Beach Resort and Blue Rock Resort, all of Cape Cod, MA in addition to Red Jacket Mountain View Resort of North Conway, NH.

In addition, Green Harbor Resort has been named a 2015 Family Vacation Critic Favorite. All hotels on Family Vacation Critic are great for families, but “Favorites” represent those that really go above and beyond. To achieve this status, the hotel must have received a rating of 4+ from the editorial staff and at least 75% of family reviewers must have recommended the hotel by giving a 4+ rating in their review.

According to Ken Smith, Executive Vice President of Red Jacket Resorts, “We are thrilled with the accolades received from USA Today, TripAdvisor and Family Vacation Critic. We look forward to continuing to offer fantastic resort experiences and exceptional service to all our guests.”

Settlers Green Pumpkin People Decorating Challenge Call For Participants

Settlers Green is hosting a Pumpkin People Decorating Challenge with a cash prize of $500 to help jump start the annual Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce’s Return of the Pumpkin People Contest.

Settlers Green is calling to the community to join in on the spirit of autumn in the Mt. Washington Valley by entering the 2nd Annual Settlers Green Pumpkin People Decorating Challenge. We have prepared 20 Pumpkin People Kits that include a wooden structured body and one large pumpkin, it is then up to the contestant to bring the pumpkin person to life.

Displays will be a part of the official Settlers Green Pumpkin People judged in the Jackson Chamber’s Return of the Pumpkin People Contest. We welcome individuals from the community,  local businesses, nonprofits and schools to compete along with the stores at Settlers Green and Settlers Crossing.

Competitors can get as creative as they want in expressing the message of their nonprofit, business or store. The Grand Prize is $500 cash. Runner-up prizes include gift certificates to Brandli’s Pizza Grille, Black Cap Grille and more.

Register with Events Manager Laura Tuveson at Settlers Green by Friday, September 18. Decorating for the Settlers Green Pumpkin People Challenge must be complete by Thursday, September 24 at 9 a.m. Voting will take place starting at 9 a.m. on Friday, September 25 through the Fall Festival event at Settlers Green on Saturday, September 26.

Displays will remain up and will be put to a vote in the official Return of the Pumpkin People Contest through October 31. If you are interested in competing, contact the Event Manager Laura Tuveson at 603-356-7031 x100 or laura@ovpmanagement.com to get a registration form.

 

Mt. Washington Auto Road Adds a New 3-Hour Guided Adventure Tour

The Mt. Washington Auto Road has expanded guided tour options with a 3-hour version offering guests additional ways to explore Mount Washington. The Auto Road will now offer 2- and 3-hour versions of their guided tours allowing guests to spend more time exploring scenic areas along the Road as well the option to spend more time on the summit of the highest peak in the Northeast.

The newly-added, 3-hour guided tours are meant to provide guests the opportunity to explore the Auto Road anywhere from the base at Great Glen Trails to the summit of Mount Washington. Where current 2-hour tours are spent mostly on the summit, the 3-hour tour provides opportunities to stop and explore more of the opportunities along the Road itself – or to spend additional time on the summit.

“There’s so much to see and do along the way to the summit”, explains Dan Houde, Marketing Director at the Auto Road and Great Glen Trails. “Everyone knows that the summit is exciting no matter what the weather may be, but there are countless opportunities for adventure along the way. Guests who choose to drive their own vehicles can spend the entire day exploring the pull-offs, short hikes, alpine flowers and vistas, but with one of our knowledgeable guides leading the way, you can learn so much more and discover some of the hidden gems along the Auto Road.”

The 3-hour extended guided tours are available most days (weather permitting) throughout the regular season at 9 a.m and 1 p.m with at least 24 hours of advance reservation. Two adults or children are $60 per person, while groups of 3 to 4 persons are $55 per person and 5 or more are just $50 per person. The best way to book an extended 3-hour tour is to call the Auto Road staff at (603) 466-3988.

Regular 2-hour tours are available without reservation from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day (weather permitting) and run on a first-come, first-served basis. Departures are usually within 30 minutes of purchasing your tickets. Pricing is $35 for adults, $30 for seniors (62+) and children ages 5-12 are just $15. Children ages 4 and under are free. Regular 2-hour tours can also be reserved online 24 hours in advance for the 9:00 a.m. tour for $5 off per person.

Guided tours of the paddling variety are also available at Great Glen Trails located at the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road. Guests can enjoy a guided kayak trip along scenic lakes and rivers of northern NH away from the crowds with brilliant mountain views and opportunities for wildlife viewing.

First opened in 1861, the Mt. Washington Auto Road is America’s original and oldest man-made attraction. At nearly 8 miles long, it stretches to the summit of Mt. Washington at 6,288 feet, the highest peak in the Northeast.

The Mt. Washington Auto Road is now open daily from 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., weather permitting. For the latest updates on Road conditions and the operating schedule, visit Mt. Washington Auto Road or call (603) 446-3988.

Mud Bowl Tickets for Sale at the Chamber Office

The Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce has Mud Bowl tickets for sale! Make sure you don’t miss out on this historic event, September 11th through the 13th. Tickets are $15.00 for all three days or daily tickets are $6.00 for adults, $4.00 for children ages six through thirteen and and children five and under are free. Families also have the option of purchasing the Family Ticket, which includes four tickets for two adults and two children for $15.00 and every additional ticket is $2.00. Cash, credit card and check are all accepted. Checks can be made payable to Mud Bowl 2015.

Tickets entitle you to entry at the football games, food and beer tent, entertainment and more.

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Those purchasing the three-day ticket are automatically entered into the grand prize drawing of $500.00 on Saturday and Sunday. The winner does not have to be present to win. This is not available to daily ticket holders.

A parade is also a part of the Mud Bowl fun on Saturday morning at 11:00am. Line up on Main Street in North Conway Village and enjoy the creativity of each team as they show off their float and driving skills. This year’s parade theme is “A Muddy Look at Children’s Books.” The parade begins at John Fuller Elementary School and ends at Schouler Park. Judging will take place in the park and entertainment will follow.

For ticketing information, contact 603-356-5701, ext 300. For event details or to become involved with the Mud Bowl, contact Tom Eastman, Tom@ConwayDailySun.com

Movies on the Green Tuesday Nights This Summer

July 28, August 4, 11, 18

Watch a free outdoor movie with your family on the 16-foot movie screen on Tuesday nights in July & August at Settlers’ Green. Activities from our local partners start at 6 p.m. and include face painting by the MWV Children’s Museum and special events from our local partners. Movies start at dusk and are all family films.

Summer Fun at Remick Farm!

Summertime Daily Activities & Tours at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village. Monday–Saturday through September 5, 2015 (Labor Day Weekend). Building & Barn Tour, 10 a.m. & 2 p.m.; Remick-Made Crafts, 10 a.m. & 3 p.m.Barnyard Discovery, 10:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.; Captain Enoch Remick House Tour, 11 a.m. & 1 p.m.Farm Chores, 2-3 p.m. (Wed/ Sat. during July/August only); Dairy Barn & Milk House Tour, 3 p.m. Plus all-day self-guided exploration of the Museum Center, grounds, trails and farm. WWII Home Front Exhibit. Farm Stand open daily. Farmhouse Kitchen baked goods. Picnic spots. Remick-Made dried herbs, herbal products, toys, gifts, and locally handcrafted items. See website for details. Museum & Farm open Monday–Friday 9–5; Saturday 9–4. 603-323-7591.

Captain Enoch Remick House Daily Tours. Monday–Saturday through September 5, 2015 (Labor Day Weekend), 11 a.m. & 1 p.m. Part of Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, this stately house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its influence on the town of Tamworth, NH, and for its significant architectural qualities. Highlights include 19th-century murals attributed to the American painter John Avery, the original medical office and medicine room used by two country doctors, plus a host of antique furnishings and exhibits showcasing New England architecture, foodways, medical history and textiles. Included with $5 Museum admission; please check in at the Museum Center. Tours begin promptly. Museum & Farm open Monday–Friday 9–5; Saturday 9–4. 603-323-7591.

A Blue Star Museum: Remick Country Doctor Museum & FarmProgram runs through September 5, 2015 (Labor Day Weekend), Remick offers free admission to the nation’s active-duty military personnel and their families, including the National Guard and Reserve. In addition, Veterans and their guest (1) may also enjoy the same consideration. The Blue Star Museums effort is a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense, and more than 2,000 museums across America. Museum open Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.–4 p.m. 603-323-7591.

 

Forgotten Arts: Fiber Arts GroupTuesday, August 11 & 25, 9:30 a.m.–12 p.m. Fiber artists and/or interested onlookers are welcome to join our Happy Weavers & Friends group to learn the historic art of weaving, spinning, sewing, quilting, and more. Bring your own project to work on, if desired. This group meets monthly on an every other Tuesday schedule at Remick Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village. FREE. (Does not include access to the Museum.) 603-323-7591.

Plants of Field & Forest Series: Outdoor Walks, Fridays: August 14 & 28, 10–11 a.m.  Led by Carol Felice, Herbalist/Museum Educator at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village. Learn to recognize useful, interesting, edible or medicinal plants on the Remick properties. Join in one or multiple walks. Each succeeding walk will teach participants to recognize plants as they change through their lifecycle and add new plants to their repertoire. Dress for the day’s weather and varied terrain; walks will be fun and casual attitude but feel free to bring a small notebook or camera to help your memory. Walks included with $5 Museum admission and will run through October. 603-323-7591.

 

Small Farmers Club: Get to Know Horses. Friday, August 28, 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.

 

Plants of Field & Forest Series. Color from Plants: Fiber Dyeing Workshop, Saturday, August 29, 10 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Learn the colorful art and craft of fiber dyeing with plants. This in-depth workshop starts in the museum’s Dye Garden to collect plants from which dyes will be made. Learn to wash, mordant and dye fiber. Attendees will go home with dyed wool ready for spinning or felting, a handout of instructions and recipes and a sample color card. Held at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm in Tamworth Village, led by Carol Felice, Herbalist/Museum Educator. Class takes place in the Gazebo, rain or shine. Bring your own lunch and dress for sun/shade. Light refreshments provided. $50/person. Ages 16 (with parent) & above. Pre-register by Monday, August 24. 603-323-7591.

 

Old Fashioned Baseball Game, Firemen’s Muster and Family Fun!

 

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THANK YOU!!!!

A BIG THANK YOU is extended to John Eastman and his staff from the Conway Recreation Department and Chief Pat Preece for an excellent 4th of July for the community.
 
Thank you to Jill Reynolds, Maureen Seavey and Brian Wiggin for selling cards at the park.
 

Save the Date!

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The Conway 250th Historical Display is now open at the Salyards Center for the Arts. View paintings, art displays, maps and more of Conway through the years. Contact 603-323-3359 for summer show hours.
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Photo by Jamie Gemmiti

  

July 30, 7:00

Arts Jubilee Annual Pops Concert

at the base of
Cranmore Mountain

August 23, 9:30 am

Bach Festival presented by the White Mountain Musical Arts at the 

Sept. 10, 12:00 pm
Ribbon Cutting
Redstone Quarry
October 1,
1:00 -2:30
Commemorative Ceremony, sponsored by Conway Historical Society and the Ana Stickney Chapter of the NSDAR Honor Guard. Join us for live music, guest speakers, catering provided by Underground Bakery and unveiling of the commemorative gift. 

October 8th – 17th

 “Our Town” presented by Arts in Motion Theater Company
directed by Barbara Spofford

October 11, Kennett High School

Mountain Top Music presents a Conway 250th Autumn Concert. 

Old Fashioned Baseball Game

July 10th, Whitaker Field at 7:00 pm

Old Fashioned Baseball Game and BBQ 

 

Come watch the Dirigo Vintage Baseball Team

battle it out against the Mudville Vintage Baseball Team for some good, old fashioned fun!

 

  

Come early for a BBQ – FREE to the first

250 First Responders, with ID.

$5.00 for families and spectators.

Open at 5:15 pm.

Game starts at 7:00 leaving you plenty of time to
enjoy Happy Hour at one of our local restaurants.
Bid on your chance to devour one of six Vermonsters complete with 20 scoops of ice cream, toppings, brownies, whipped cream and a cherry donated by Ben and Jerry’s North Conway Scoop Shop.
 
 
Minimum bid of $40.00. All proceeds raised will go to End 68 Hours of Hunger. Email Jill Reynolds at Jill@GibsonCenter.org with your bid.

BBQ Sponsored by:
  

Firemen’s Muster

July 18, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, Schouler Park

Join the North Conway Firefighter’s Association

for an afternoon of fire safety, competition and fun!

Watch teams partake in a
4-par
t event, featuring a Dry Hose Relay, a Wet Hose Relay, a Night Alarm contest and a special Mystery Event that will even be a surprise to the competing teams!


Teams are competing for a $500 cash prize as well as 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies. 


Food will be served in the park, as well, so come on out for a day of family fun! 
 

Conway 250 Playing Cards

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Purchase Commemorative Playing Cards

featuring 54 cards focused on Conway history!

Decks are $10.00 at the Chamber office,

2617 White Mt. Highway,

North Conway Village. 9-5 pm, M-F

603-356-5701 ext. 300

Thank You Sponsors

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COMMUNITY-WIDE EVENT TO FIGHT BREAST CANCER

Inspirational Event Will Kickoff the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer®

On Wednesday, July 29th, 5:30pm mingle 6:00-7:00pm program community leaders, business employees, volunteers and cancer survivors will join the American Cancer Society at the North Conway Community Center to pledge their support to fight breast cancer. During an inspirational Kickoff marking the beginning of North Conway’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event season, breast cancer survivors, local doctors and American Cancer Society volunteers will challenge the community to help make a difference in the fight against breast cancer by getting involved in the Making Strides of North Conway.  Anyone interested in forming or joining a team or just to learn more is encouraged to attend.  You will have the opportunity to meet the four newest “members” of this committee.  To help raise awareness of breast cancer in both men and women, and promote the October 18 walk, we will be showcasing our BOOBIKIN family throughout the Mount Washington Valley and Fryeburg, starting with our kickoff night.  At kickoff you have the opportunity to decorate one of the bras our BOOBIKIN family will be sporting from August to October at area establishments. Join us for a night of fun while gathering information and supplies you need as a team leader or participant.  Dinner graciously provided by the Flatbread Company

Mark your calendars for the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer will be held Sunday, October 18th at Whitaker Woods Homesite.  The event will unite the community to honor and celebrate breast cancer survivors, educate women about the importance of prevention and early detection, raise funds for the fight to end breast cancer, and commemorate more than two decades of making a difference in the fight to end breast cancer. There is no fee to register.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a noncompetitive 4.5 mile walk (with a 2 mile option) that unites hundreds of women, men and children in the community to raise funds and awareness to fight breast cancer while offering hope to all people facing the disease. The North Conway walk route takes walkers through North Conway Village along Route 16 South to Depot Road, back north on the North/South Road to Mechanic Street to Pine Street and then into Whitaker Woods for the last 2.5 miles.

Planning Committee volunteers are also needed for this volunteer driven fundraising event.  Join us to help to organize and recruit teams or individuals; seek community support; coordinate logistics, plan entertainment, and lend their support in any way.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer North Conway 2015 is sponsored by many very supporting businesses, including our Flagship Sponsor The Penguin Gallery of North Conway.  Additional sponsorship opportunities are also available.

To find out more about the planning committee, sponsor the event, sign up to participate in the event or learn how you can volunteer in other ways, call Leah Hartman, 2015 Volunteer Event Chair at 370-8382 or email cocogirl6595@yahoo.com.  You may also reach Pamela Ritchie, Staff Partner at 603.763-4432 or pamela.ritchie@cancer.org.  For more information or to register for the walk please visit http://www.makingstrideswalk.org/northconwaynh.

The American Cancer Society is dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by saving lives, diminishing suffering and preventing cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service.  Founded in 1913, the Society has a national and global presence with millions of volunteers.  For information, call toll free 1-800-227-2345 or visit http://www.cancer.org.

 

 

ARTS JUBILEE ANNOUNCES 33rd  SUMMER CONCERT SEASON

High energy, world-class performers presenting a wide range of entertainment from Celtic Rock  to the Blues,  70s Rock & Roll to classics of Frank Sinatra and blues-calypso-zydeco-pop-rock-jazz-and a ton of drums describes the 5-week summer concert series planned for July and August this summer by Arts Jubilee, hosted at Cranmore Mountain, North Conway.

After months of planning, the Arts Jubilee 2015 schedule reflects the goal of providing a wide range of upbeat entertainment to suit a variety of tastes.  “No matter what your specific musical tastes may be, these concerts will be fun for everyone and continue to be family-friendly in every way,” stated Cindy Russell, Executive Director for the non-profit music series.  “We have a special theme for each of the five concerts and we’re truly excited to present our concerts for five consecutive Thursday nights this summer beginning July 16th.”

Arts Jubilee starts off on July 16th with Ceili Rain starring Bob Halligan, Jr! Well-known and loved in the valley, CEILI RAIN is an original, innovative blend of pop-rock music with a dash of Celtic/Irish flavor and a subtle, but sincere, uplifting/joyful message. The band is led by front man, Bob Halligan Jr. As a songwriter, Bob Halligan, Jr., has had over 140 songs recorded by well-known rock artists. “Ceili” ~ a Gaelic (Irish) word that means “party” with live musicians, dancing, all ages FUN and will feature a traditional favorite, Jeanne Limmer dancers. Kicking off the Season’s early concerts at 6 PM will be the dedicated musicians of the Mt Washington Valley Band under the baton of Russell Gage.

The series continues on July 23rd  when Arts Jubilee pays tribute to the EAGLES presented by 7 Bridges Band The Ultimate EAGLES Experience is a stunningly accurate tribute to the music of the Eagles said to have ‘chronicled America in the high-flying Seventies’. Using no backing tracks or harmonizers, 7 Bridges faithfully re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert from the band’s most prolific period.  The early concert at 6 PM features “Chasing Asia” – formerly known as Rek’lis.

Mid-way through the season on July 30th, is the valley Arts Jubilee tradition: the Annual Pops Concert. This year’s concert by the Capital Jazz Orchestra  presents a Frank Sinatra Centennial Salute. The first, and possibly the greatest  American musical superstar, Frank  Sinatra was inarguably one of the  most successful, multi-talented entertainers of the 20th century. This centennial salute to the musical legacy of the Chairman of the Board features top notch guest vocalist CJ Poole and the Capital Jazz Orchestra, Clayton “Skip” Poole, Music Director.

The Early Concert at 6 PM presents a return performance from the Valley’s own, Dennis and Davey. And this is the time when Arts Jubilee will be acknowledging the celebration of Conway’s 250th complete with fireworks.

We’ll be hosting “the blues” on August 6th when Roy Prescott of WMWV 93.5’s Blues Summit, hosts Sugar Ray and The Bluetones — a storied blues ensemble that has backed Otis Rush, Jimmy Rogers, Joe Turner, Roosevelt Sykes, Big Walter Horton, Big Mama Thornton and JB Hutto —  marking their 35th anniversary with a new album. The hard-swinging band fully absorbed the lessons learned from Chicago blues masters, making them one of New England’s most beloved blues institutions. The Early Concert at 6 PM will feature “Cat Heaven”, a new and unique approach to a variety of jazz tunes by a collective of young musicians, all studying at a high and intense level to create music that is innovative and creatively expressive.

The concert series will end with Entrain on August 13th bringing infectious rhythms and upbeat good time music straight from Martha’s Vineyard to the outdoor stage at Cranmore Mountain Resort in North Conway. Entrain is the quintessential blues-calypso-zydeco-pop-rock-jazz-and a ton of drums band featuring band leader and drummer, Tom Major and is returning to Arts Jubilee by popular demand this summer. The valley’s own blues band:  Mo’ Blues will be featured at the Early Concert at 6 PM.

Arts Jubilee’s outdoor festival concerts are found at the base of the North Slope at Cranmore Mountain in North Conway, New Hampshire.  Headline concerts begin at 7:00 PM and an early concert performance highlighting some of the area’s best musicians begins at 6 PM. Beverages and food available on the Deck at Zip’s Pub with a full view of the stage.  Picnic suppers are permitted – but no alcohol, please.  Provide your own seating with a blanket or lawn chairs.  Admission is family friendly requesting an affordable charge to help defray expenses for the series.  Adults are $10, Seniors: $8, Students are $5 and kids 12 and under are free.  Arts Jubilee is a non-profit organization with support from area corporate sponsors, private donations, and grants.  Our host sponsor, Cranmore Mountain provides ample free parking, indoor restrooms, and beautiful mountain views in a natural amphitheater setting.  For additional information go to MWVEvents.com or call 1-800-Sun-n-Ski.

Annual Book & Art Sale

The North Conway Public Library invites artists and crafters to participate in its Annual Book & Art Sale on Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12, 2015 on the library’s lawn, 2719 White Mountain Highway, North Conway.

The two-day craft fair is part of the library’s gigantic annual book sale. Hours are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on both days. Take advantage of this already successful event that draws in a lot of visitors and display & sell your own art.

All are welcome to display their creations including painters, photographers, jewelry makers, potters and sculptors as well as handcrafters. Exhibitors need to bring their own tables and/or tents.

Space is limited so please register early for the best spots. You can sign up for the whole weekend or for a single day only. Registration is $50 if payment received before June 30 and $60 thereafter for both days. Single-day participation is $40 only.

Registration forms are available for pick up at the library in North Conway Village or can be downloaded at http://www.NorthConwayLibrary.com. Call the library at (603) 356-2961 for more information.

4th of July Chili Dog Eating Contest

How many chili dogs will be devoured this 4th of July?! Join Big Dave’s Bagels and Deli and Importech in raising funds for the Wounded Warrior Project by eating chili dogs! Thank you sponsors; WMWV and Magic 104The Valley Original Restaurant Group, The 5 & 10 of North Conway Village and Settlers Green Shopping Outlets

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