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Red Jacket Mountain View Resort Named Employer of the Year

The Red Jacket Mountain View Resort of North Conway, NH, was recently named Employer of the Year by the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce at their sold-out 105th annual meeting. The Employer of the Year Award is given each year to a business that demonstrates respect for employees and other business partners and excellence in creating a safe and inviting workplace. The Employer of the Year is also a business offering solid pay/benefits and the opportunity for training and advancement.

Jon Sallinen, General Manager of Red Jacket Mountain View Resort, accepted the award on behalf of the resort. “We are honored and excited to accept this prestigious award,” he said. “The strength of our business relies heavily on our talented staff and the feeling of teamwork at the resort makes coming to work each day a true pleasure. We are proud to provide a welcoming, supportive, positive and professional workplace for our team as well as creating a fantastic resort experience for all our guests.”

Red Jacket Mountain View Resort is a great mountain escape for families. In addition to the on-site Kahuna Laguna indoor water park featuring 3-story slides, a wave pool, water basketball court and adventure tower, there is also an outdoor pool, playground and walking trails to explore. Family activities keep guests busy and there are many dining options and a full range of accommodations from traditional guest rooms to family rooms with lofts or bunkbeds, 2-bedroom townhomes and 4-bedroom custom “Presidential” homes. Red Jacket Mountain View Resort is located in North Conway, NH close to Story Land, Santa’s Village and many other family attractions.

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Memorial Hospital Named Mt. Washington Valley Employer of the Year

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Hospital Also Celebrates Its Own Service Awards Banquet

Memorial Hospital was named Employer of the Year at Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 15th annual Business to Business Expo Tuesday. The Expo was held at the Mount Washington Hotel on Tuesday, May 14, 2013.  The hospital also received a special citation from NH Governor Maggie Hassan.

The Governor’s citation stated, “Your dedication to providing a safe and inviting workplace, flexible schedules and good pay and benefits promote a work environment that sets an example for other employers to follow. Your ‘Culture of Excellence’ program has been recognized as a model in commitment to the personal and professional growth of your employees. The state of NH is grateful to have such a business in the community. On behalf of the citizens of new Hampshire, I commend you for your hard work, dedication and innovation and I wish you all the best in the future.”

The Employer of the Year Award is given each year to a business who consistently displays the attributes of an employer who understands that providing quality products and services to their customers starts with considering the needs of their employees. Scott McKinnon, CEO and President of Memorial Hospital, said, “We are proud to have received this distinction and I thank each and every employee for making this award possible.”

The Employer of the Year award came on the heels of Memorial’s Annual Service Awards Banquet held on Monday, May 13, 2013,at the Red Jacket Resort in North Conway, NH. Their employees and medical staff celebrated their peers and presented the following awards:

WILL OWEN, NURSING COORDINATOR – Spirit of Service Award

RITA CROCE – MED/SURG UNIT- Spirit of Quality Award

MOLLY FOUDRIAT – IMAGING SERVICES – Spirit of Achievement Award

WOMEN’S HEALTH Dept. – Team Spirit Award

LEAH HAMMER, CLINICAL MANAGER OF MED/SURG AND ICU – Leader of the Year

ASHLEE CHAINE, Case Management – Employee of the Year

MARNI MADNICK, MD – People’s Choice Award for Provider of the Year

MARC DAIGLE, MD – Clinical Excellence Award

JOHN KUSTAN, MD –  Community Excellence Award

Over 250 people attended the evening reception at the Red Jacket, including a cocktail hour, dinner and awards presentation. Awards were handed out by McKinnon as well as Chairman of Memorial’s Board of Trustees, Gene Bergoffen; as well as members of the Hospital’s Employee Engagement Council.

For more information on Memorial Hospital, visit http://www.memorialhospitalnh.org or call 603-356-5461.

Scott McKinnon & Ashlee Chaine

CEO Scott McKinnon congratulates Employee of the Year Award Winner Ashlee Chaine of Memorial Hospital’s Case Management Dept.

For a high resolution photo file, click on the photo at left to download. To have this photo emailed to you, please contact kbennett@memorialhospitalnh.org.

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Win a Getaway to Schweitzer Mountain – A Premier Western Ski Resort at the Business Expo!

Expo Banner Includes Registration Desk   PROFITABLE PATHS
“The Power of Positivity”
 

BUSINESS EXPO AWARDS LUNCHEON

1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Business Expo Awards Luncheon is a “do not miss event!” It has every component of successful business acumen: grow your network, connect with local businesses, engage in business development, gain referrals, and increase your business. Be there when the MWV Chamber, MWV Green Team and MWV School to Career Partnership recognize three businesses, one nonprofit organization and a student of the year for entrepreneurial excellence.

 

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The Big “4” Live Auction Items

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  • Ski Trip to Schweitzer Mountain Resort (4 Night Stay & Skiing) with Welcome Tour and Lunch with Tom Chasse (valued at over $2500)
  • Coffee with Governor Maggie Hassan (priceless)
  • African Photo Safari for 2; Includes 6 days and Nights at Zulu Nyala Game Reserve, Meals and Open Land Rover Trips (valued at $4,950)
  • Two weeks for a new camper in Grade 2-9 at Camp Tohkomeupog for Boys (valued at $2490)

To reserve your luncheon tickets download Luncheon Registration Form or call Matt Parker at (603) 356-5701. Tickets are $45. Please make your reservations soon, seating is limited.

For more info: Contact Mary @ 603-356-5701 ext.305 or mary@mtwashingtonvalley.org
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Win an African Safari at the 15th Annual Business Expo Awards Luncheon

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“The Power of Positivity”
 

BUSINESS EXPO AWARDS LUNCHEON

1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

The Business Expo Awards Luncheon is a “do not miss event!” It has every component of successful business acumen: grow your network, connect with local businesses, engage in business development, gain referrals, and increase your business. Be there when the MWV Chamber, MWV Green Team and MWV School to Career Partnership recognize three businesses, one nonprofit organization and a student of the year for entrepreneurial excellence.

 

PLAN YOUR BIDDING NOW!

The Big “4” Live Auction Items

(Auctioneer – Scofield Auctions, Inc.)

 

  • Ski Trip to Schweitzer Mountain Resort (4 Night Stay & Skiing) with Welcome Tour and Lunch with Tom Chasse (valued at over $2500)
  • Coffee with Governor Maggie Hassan (priceless)
  • African Photo Safari for 2; Includes 6 days and Nights at Zulu Nyala Game Reserve, Meals and Open Land Rover Trips (valued at $4,950)
  • Two weeks for a new camper in Grade 2-9 at Camp Tohkomeupog for Boys (valued at $2490)

To reserve your luncheon tickets download Luncheon Registration Form or call Matt Parker at (603) 356-5701. Tickets are $45. Please make your reservations soon, seating is limited.

For more info: Contact Mary @ 603-356-5701 ext.305 or mary@mtwashingtonvalley.org
Thank You Luncheon Sponsors
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Nominate the Best of the Best at This Year’s MWV Chamber’s Annual Business to Business Expo

Pictured from left to right: MWVCC past president, Bob Carper; Executive Director of the White Mountain Community Health Center, Patricia McMurray and MWVCC Executive Director, Janice Crawford celebrate the Community Center’s win for Non-Profit of the Year at the 2012 Business to Business Expo.
Pictured from left to right: MWVCC past president, Bob Carper; Executive Director of the White Mountain Community Health Center, Patricia McMurray and MWVCC Executive Director, Janice Crawford celebrate the Community Center’s win for Non-Profit of the Year at the 2012 Business to Business Expo.

Nominate your favorite business, non-profit, employer, sustainable business, entrepreneur and student entrepreneur of the year and join the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber at their 15th Annual Business to Business Expo (B2B) and Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, May 14th, 9-4pm at the Omni Mount Washington Resort. The B2B is the region’s largest business-to-business trade show designed to give business leaders affordable access to the business community. The Expo has grown through the years and now over 90 vendors showcase the latest in cutting edge products and services for the 600+ business people who visit the show.

The luncheon commences at 1:00pm and lunch tickets are $45.00 per person which includes a 3-course lunch in the dining room of the Omni Mount Washington Resort, with the awards ceremony to follow. To nominate a business, non-profit or employer email Melody Nester at Melody@MtWashingtonValley.Org, with B2B Awards Nomination as the subject.

The awards ceremony recognizes 5 categories. The Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce sponsors the awards for Entrepreneur of the Year, recognizing an outstanding business that has been in existence for 7 or more years; Employer of the Year, recognizing an individual who creates a safe and inviting workplace as well as provides solid pay and benefits and Non-Profit of the Year, recognizing an entity that makes a major contribution to life in the valley.

MWV School to Career sponsors Student Entrepreneur of the Year, recognizing a student or student group who demonstrates innovation and creativity in business for real world application. The MWV Green Team sponsors Sustainable Business of the Year, recognizing a business with a recycling program and demonstrates examples of green, environmentally responsible business practices.

You’re Invited to the MWV Children’s Museum’s Ribbon Cutting

Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

When: Wednesday, March 20th, 6-8pm

Where: MWV Children’s Museum
2936 White Mountain Highway
North Conway, NH
603-356-2992

Come & Enjoy…

Food, Music & Fun

Tours of the entire building and the newly expanded exhibits

This Is Adult Focused and Children Are Very Welcome!
Donations are appreciated!

Join Us for the Chamber After Hours!

You’re Invited to the
Chamber After Hours
When: Tuesday, February 19th, 5-7pm

Where: 18 Bradley St.
Fryeburg, ME

(Right off of Main St.,

on the Fryeburg Academy campus)

Come & Enjoy…
Refreshments provided by
Oxford House Inn

A showcase of student films

(Some of which have been tapped for the
Lewiston-Auburn Film Festival)

Networking, door prizes & fun

Rotary Club of the Fryeburg Area
will be the evening’s non-profit

Opened in the spring of 2009, the Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center is a beautiful addition to the campus of Fryeburg Academy and the surrounding community.  The 380 seat theater hosts a number of professional performers throughout the year, in addition to the school’s award winning music and theater department productions.  The PAC is also the home of the Palmina F. and Stephen S. Pace Galleries of Art, a professional art gallery which will be the home of three exhibits each school year.  Fryeburg Academy is also proud of the students’ art work which is on display in the student gallery.  We are easily located on 18 Bradley Street, in Fryeburg, ME; just off Main Street which is Route 302.

 

Congratulations to our White Mountain Treasures!

Congratulations to our White Mountain Treasures! These hard working individuals, along with past winners, make-up the fabric of our community and keep it going strong. Their innovation and dedication to restoring or protecting the natural resources, community life and professional sector in the Mt. Washington Valley will always be appreciated and we are so excited to honor them at our 2012 Annual Meeting!

If you would like to join us on October 30th at 4:30 pm at the Red Jacket Mountain View Grand Resort to support the White Mountain Treasures or to buy an ad in the Annual Meeting program, contact Mary Seavey at mary@mtwashingtonvalley.org or at 356-5701 ext. 305.

ANNOUNCEMENT

Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

2012 White Mountains Treasure Award Recipients

Where:

Red Jacket Mountain View Resort & Water Park

2251 White Mountain Highway
North Conway, NH 03812

Driving Directions

When:
Tuesday October 30, 2012 from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
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Thank You

White Mountains Treasure Award Sponsor

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 2012 White Mountains Treasures

 

Kenneth Cargill, Cooper Cargill Chant, PA

Bayard Kennett, RE/MAX Presidential

Peter Pinkham, Pinkham Real Estate

Cindy Russell, Monarch Events

Please click on the link below to register for dinner if you would like to join us to honor the recepients.

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If you have any questions about the event, please contact the Chamber at 356-5701 or visit our website at www.mwvcc.org.
Thank you for your attention and response, and we look forward to seeing you at the event.
Sincerely,
Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce
603-356-5701 ext 305

What’s Going On in the Valley?!

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Don’t hesitate to call our concierge at

800-367-3364

 

Stop at any one of our Information Booths when arriving in the Mt Washington Valley.

Our Valley Hosts will be happy to answer your questions and provide maps and brochures

for your visit.

* Conway Info Booth  250 Main Street, Conway, 603-447-2639

* Settlers’ Crossing Information Booth  1498 White Mt Highway, North Conway,

603-356-5116

* North Conway Village Information Booth – 2615 White Mt Highway, North Conway Village, 603-356-5947

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  September E-Traveler

The Insider’s Guide to Mt Washington Valley

 

 

Anything is possible! 
Live free and view foliage aboard the Conway Scenic Railroad.
 
Photo supplied by Conway Scenic RR.

 

 

 

 

Where did the summer go? We blinked and it is already September. We’re gearing up for the most colorful season in Mt Washington Valley. Have you booked your leaf peeping getaway? There’s still plenty of room in Mt Washington Valley, but this is the time of year lodging properties fill up quickly. “Book soon or forever hold your peep” we like to say in Mt Washington Valley. In keeping with the NH Office of Travel and Tourism Development’s new campaign, our best advice is to Live Free and Play in Mt Washington Valley.

 

Live Free and Smile:
Event of the Month     

 

Mud Bowl - Jamie  Gametti photoSept 7 – 9: Mud Bowl, championships of mud football, celebrates “Mud Bowl, The Musical,” Mud Bowl, the world championships of mud football, is set for Friday through Sunday, Sept. 7 through 9, at Hog Coliseum behind the North Conway Community Center. It’s a three-day mud football tournament played in knee-deep mud. A highlight of the event is the “Tournament of Mud Parade.”       

 

This year celebrates the 30th annual “Tournament of Mud Parade” which is set for Saturday, Sept. 8, at 10 am down White Mountain Highway in North Conway Village and culminating in Schouler Park. This year’s parade theme is “Mud Bowl, the Musical.”

Ten teams from throughout New England play a good clean game of football in knee-deep mud in the double-elimination tournament, culminating in the Championship game on Sunday, Sept. 9.  With names like the Mud Gumbies, the Mt. Washington Valley Hogs and Mudsharks, the fun is tongue-in-cheek, but the competition for World Mud Bowl Champion is serious. 

Tickets are on sale in advance at the North Conway Community Center , The Met, the MWV Children’s Museum, the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce, Hannaford and North Conway Day Care. Three-day tickets are $10; day tickets are $6. For children 6-12, tickets are $4; family tickets (two adults, two children) are $15 per day.

E-Traveler tip: Proceeds from the championships benefit charities in Mount Washington Valley. First held in North Conway in 1976, the games have raised more than $750,000 for charities over the years. You can feel good about your purchases from non-profit vendors during the Mud Bowl weekend knowing the hot dogs, burgers and sodas you enjoy will help those in need in the Mt Washington Valley community. Your three-day tickets serve as raffle prize entries.

 

Live Free and Connect:

What’s Up in Mt Washington Valley?

 

Michael Doulton, 6th generation in the Royal Doulton family will appear at the new Waterford Wedgewood Royal Doulton  store in Settlers’ Green Outlet Village for a signing event on September 25th. Michael Doulton is a direct descendant, or the great, great, great grandson of John Doulton, the founder of Royal Doulton. With 30 years of experience as the ambassador to the company, Michael’s knowledge of the company and its products is what draws Royal Doulton consumers and collectors to any Michael Doulton event. Mr. Doulton will sign any figurine, decorative plate or any other Royal Doulton product in the store. If you are a collector of Royal Doulton fine bone china figurines or know  someone who is, this is a great way to make the piece extra-special. It also makes a perfect gift for the collector on your shopping list. Call (603) 733-5540 or come by the store in person now to reserve the Royal Doulton figurine of your choice. Early planning allows the store to even special order your piece to ensure it is here in time for signing on September 25.

 

MWV World Championship High Performance Tricycle Grand Prix Race, Sept 22: It’s serious fun on high performance trikes when adventure seekers head to Black Mountain in Jackson NH Saturday, September 22nd for the MWV World Championship High Performance Tricycle Grand Prix Race. Co-sponsored by The Red Parka Steakhouse and Pub and The Valley Originals, this event promises to be another one of those fun Valley events that spectators will enjoy as much as participants.  Racers will pedal down a course on steel tricycles similar to the “Big Wheels” of years gone by.  The “Grand Prix” format allows 4 trikes on course at a time.  The Red Jersey Cyclery  will provide on-site tech support as the official High Performance Tricycle mechanics. Compete as an individual or in a team. Costumes are encouraged and add to the frivolity! Bikes will be provided and helmets are required.  Registration opens at 12:00 noon on September 22; race time is 1pm with awards ceremony following. The cost is  $15 per racer or $50 for a team of 4. Proceeds for the event will benefit the Dewey Mark/Red Parka Scholarship Fund.  For more information please go to www.redparkapub.com or contact George O’Brien at 603-986-5706 or Terry O’Brien at 383-4344. Anyone can try it! 

Mount Washington Observatory Welcomes New Director of Summit Operations: Mount Washington Observatory will celebrate a major changing of the guard, as thirty-three year Observatory veteran Ken Rancourt will retire in September. The longtime director of the organization’s mountaintop operations will be succeeded by meteorologist Cyrena-Marie Briedé of Brighton, Colorado, who is already on site and training with Rancourt. “The Director of Summit Operations position is one of the most crucial-and challenging-positions at the Observatory,” notes Observatory Executive Director Scot Henley. “This person is responsible for the safety of our scientists, the technological infrastructure of our organization, mountain transportation, logistical support, and the effective operation of our weather station, situated in one of the world’s most extreme places.” Fortunately, the Observatory has found Briedé, an accomplished scientist and researcher who has managed remote sites from the mountains of Colorado to the Alaskan subarctic. Most recently employed at an air quality monitoring and environmental management contractor in Englewood, Colorado.

Visit the Mt Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center in North Conway Village at 11am or 2pm and tune into the live video conference with meteorologists at the summit (upon request).  Admission to the Weather Discovery Center is free (donations gladly accepted).  If you’ve got a weather buff in the family, you’ll find plenty of fabulous gifts in the gift shop here too.

New, Free Learning Area, Snowmaking & Relocated Terrain Park Highlight “What’s New” for the 2012/13 Winter Season at Attitash Mountain Resort & Wildcat Mountain

New learning terrain for the upcoming season, including two new lower-mountain beginner trails, is being added at Attitash Mountain Resort at the Bear Peak base area. Most notable about this new terrain, including the addition of a renovated, handle tow, surface lift to be installed near to it, is that Attitash will make this learning area and lift available for free to new skiers. More than $50,000 will be invested into creating the trails, adding snowmaking enhancements, renovating and installing the new free surface lift at Bear Peak, and also relocating the conveyor belt surface lift on the Attitash side to better enhance the experience for novice skiers and snowboarders using the learning slope there. New rental equipment has also been purchased to enhance the beginners’ experience.  Additional on-mountain improvements for the 2012/2013 season include Attitash Mountain Resort relocating its larger terrain park to Bear Peak. The move will also allow for expanded intermediate terrain on the Attitash side opening up Thad’s Choice for all skiers and snowboarders.

Wildcat Mountain, already well-known as an expert skier’s mountain, is adding a new $70,000 conveyor belt surface lift. “The legend of Wildcat Mountain is that it’s a super, challenging mountain,” said Josh Boyd, General Manager of Wildcat Mountain. Wildcat Mountain has also continued for a second year to work closely with the U.S. Forest Service to improve and maintain the approved glade and tree skiing areas during the off-season.

Additionally, Peak Resorts, owner of Attitash and Wildcat, has also committed over $500,000 in snowmaking improvements and hardware for both ski areas. A total of 101 tower guns will be installed at the two resorts.

Stay tuned to next month’s E-Traveler for updates on what’s new at other ski resorts in Mt Washington Valley.

 

Live Free and Escape

 

Maine’s Blue Ribbon Fryeburg Fair is coming right up at the end of September and Mount Washington Valley Accommodations is offering plenty of availability at the Oxen Yoke Motel, Eastern Slope Inn Resort, Attitash Marketplace Motel and Attitash Mountain Village. The Fryeburg Fair coincides with peak leaf peeping time, so be sure to reserve your room(s) or condos soon for the best selection and options. There’s plenty of room for the whole family in everything from budget guest rooms to spacious condos. Between the four properties, you’re sure to find accommodations perfect for your traveling party for Fryeburg Fair and leaf peeping season. Call 800-862-1600 for best rates and availability.

For a complete list of vacation specials offered by Mt Washington Valley lodging properties, click here.

 

Live Free and Explore:

Get Out and Play in MWV

 

Kids love horses, and autumn horseback riding options are plentiful in Mt Washington Valley! Choose from day trips or overnight family horseback riding excursions at Black Mountain or pony and trail rides and horse drawn carriage rides at the Stables at Farm by the River. Take a scenic horseback ride along the Saco River at Attitash Mountain Resort or take the reins and enjoy some interactive fun at the Bretton Woods Equestrian Center located at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel. Any of these equine experiences will be fun for the whole family and a great way to enjoy scenic views from throughout Mt Washington Valley.

 

Live Free and Giggle:

Family Fun in Mt Washington Valley

 

Fryeburg Fair - Chasing pigs

Nothing says family fun like the Fryeburg Fair, Maine’s largest agricultural festival. From September 30 – October 7, 2012 look forward to 8 days of rides, displays, live music, animals and education for the whole family. A variety of livestock, draft show horses and ponies, pulling horses and oxen, a forestry research center, an agricultural exhibition center, crafts, a flower show, educational exhibitions and demonstrations, sheep dog trials and a huge parade on Saturday fill the calendar throughout the fair. A thrilling midway with amusement rides and delicious food plus live music all day, and nightly entertainment are also in store. For complete ticket information and schedules, visit www.fryeburgfair.org.

 

Live Free and Love:

Couples Capers

 

Prepare to huddle and cuddle together in refuge as even the most tough at heart can’t help but be frightened during The Goullog, premiering for its 6th year at Cranmore Mountain. Doors open at 6pm for this unique and frightful ride at the top of Cranmore Mountain where you’re treated to plenty of spooky surprises. For extra frights and flights, take the Haunted Mountain Coaster Ride or the Giant Swing, sure to make you scream together! Top it off with a date at the fall food court. Info: 1-800-SUN-N-SKI, www.cranmore.com/ghoullog/activities.

Plan ahead for the Murder Mystery Dinner Train  October 19-20 and October 26-27. This first-of-a-kind event combines mystery and intrigue with delicious food, a scenic train ride and overnight lodging. Available only through participating inns and B&Bs in Mt Washington Valley, we know this is one getaway you and your mate are just “dying” for! “Murder Mystery Dinner Train packages.

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Hot Dates

 

Whether you choose to enjoy a hot date night or are looking for some family fun, plan your Mt Washington Valley escape around one of these fun events!

Sept 7, 8, 9: Muster in the Mountains at Mt Washington Auto Road: This weekend long event includes a colonial encampment of reenactors representing various individuals of the French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, and Mountain Man periods from 1750 through 1840. This gathering will take place in the Fields of the Mount Washington Auto Road in beautiful Pinkham Notch. Participants will demonstrate the use of appropriate tools, clothing, and firearms for their respective time periods. A living history lesson for the whole family. Info: (603) 466 3988,

Sept 8, 9: 73rd & 74th Carroll County Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show & Obedience Trial: The Carroll County Kennel Club will hold it’s All Breed Dog Show & Obedience Trial at E. R. Hussey Field, in North Conway. Judging starts at 8:00am. Saturday will feature a Puppy Gala for puppies 6 to 9 months. Puppies will compete for Best Puppy in Show. There will be plenty of vendors with dog related items and food will be available. Bring a chair and a picnic lunch and cheer your favorite breed on. Come see familiar breeds and some not so familiar. A perfect event for those considering purchasing a new pet and want to learn more about the breeds. Admission is $5.00. Info: 207-697-2353,

E-Traveler Tip: Sorry but please, no un-entered dogs may attend.

September 15-16: Railfans Weekend at Conway Scenic RR: Celebrate all things railroading with two great days of special demos, freight cars, cabooses, special trains, and night photography. Ride the train to Crawford Notch and beyond on both Saturday and Sunday. Info: 800-232-5251


September 20: Blue Plate Special at Remick Country Doctor Museum
: First seating (5:30PM-7:00PM), Second seating (7:00PM-8:30PM). Simple, hearty, friendly fare, beloved for generations, this nostalgic Blue Plate Special dinner recalls roadside diners and traditional Sunday suppers. Comfort food at its finest! Reservations required by noon, Thursday, September 13. $10 per adult/$5 per child. Alcoholic beverages welcome in moderation (bring your own). Info: 603-323-7591.

September 21, 22, 23 NH Highland Games: Don’t miss the New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival, the largest and most diverse Scottish cultural festival in the Northeast. Three full days of activities offering something for everyone including Highland dance, piping, drumming, pipe bands, fiddle, harp, Scottish Heavy Athletics and Sheep Dog Trials, clan village, vendor villages, multiple world-Class venues, Seminars, whisky tastings, living history area and so much more! Three days of activities and fun for all ages! 2012 is the year of family! 

E-Traveler Tip: Children under age 15 are free when accompanied by an adult.

September 22: Walk for the Animals & Bark in the Park: Join the Animal Rescue League – North for their biggest fundraiser of the year for the animals taking place in Schouler Park! The Walk for the Animals and Bark in the Park Pet Expo gets underway at 9:30 a.m. with a walk through Whittaker Woods, and the Bark in the Park Pet Expo following the walk. You can walk with an animal or in honor or memory of one. Be a part of a team or walk as an individual. All participants will receive a Bark in the Park t-shirt and a goodie bag filled with animal-related products. Registration for the walk takes place both Friday evening from 5-8 pm at Four Your Paws Only on Rt. 16 in North Conway and Saturday morning in Schouler Park beginning at 8:30 am. After the Walk for the Animals the Bark in the Park Expo will get underway. Vendors of pet-related items and services will be set up throughout the park. There will be interactive events, demos, carnival games, the agility ring, jump chute and good citizen testing. This is a day for you and your best canine buddy. Info: (603) 447-5605 or www.conwayshelter.org.

September 22: Country Cabinets “Remodeling Made Easy” Open House: Whether you’re a second home owner in Mt Washington Valley or a home owner in search of ideas for a new kitchen, plan to attend “Remodeling Made Easy (9am-noon) for a chance to talk to professionals without obligation. The professionals who will be in attendance work on remodeling Kitchens & Baths every day and are willing to share their expertise, during this Open House. Amazing Door Prizes! Coffee, Leavitts’ Country Bakery pastries, and plenty of free advice will be served!  No purchase is necessary. Directions to Country Cabinets: 95 East Conway Road, North Conway, just past the Conway Police Department. Info: 603-356-5766, www.countrycabinetsetc.com.

September 22:  Family Funergy Festival: Join in this hands-on investigation of energy & resource conservation presented by the MWV Green Team from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the North Conway Community Center, located on the green in North Conway Village.

 

Live Free and Save!

Delicious Deals

 

August 31-Sept 3: Labor Day Sidewalk Sale at Settlers’ Green: Save even more on back to school and college apparel, gifts and house wares, at over 60 brand name outlet stores including J. Crew, Banana Republic, Coach, Tommy Hilfiger, Adidas, Nike, Reebok, and more. Info: 603-356-7031, www.settlersgreen.com.

September 13: Alternative Energy Days at Mount Washington Auto Road: From 8:00am- 5:30pm bring your alternative energy vehicle to the Mount Washington Auto Road. All vehicles that meet the vehicle limitations and are alternatively-powered will be charged a reduced toll of $25, including passengers. (Bicycles not permitted on the Auto Road). For more info and to learn about the vehicles which apply, visit www.mtwashingtonautoroad.com/events/.

E-Traveler Tip: Participating in this event? Stay at

Cranmore Mt. Lodge and you will receive 10% off a 1 night stay and 15% off two-night stay. Stay at Bartlett Inn and receive 15% discount off a 2 night stay and 10% off a one night stay.Stay at Attitash Mountain Village for 2 consecutive nights and receive a 20% discount.


Friday Night Fisherman’s Platter at Christmas Farm Inn
. Plan on enjoying fish on Fridays with succulent shrimp, scallops and haddock, prepared fried or broiled at Christmas Farm Inn’s dining room. Served with your choice of starch and coleslaw for just $19, this is a great way to enjoy dinner out with your date or family.   

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Take 10% off at Bretton Woods Adventure Center       

This coupon is valid for 10% off the Bretton Woods Canopy Tour or West Wall Climb.

Valid Sunday-Friday through October 31, 2012, subject to availability.  Advanced reservations required, must mention MW Valley E-Traveler at time of reservation to receive discount and redeem coupon upon arrival.  May not be combined with other offers or promotions.

www.brettonwoods.com,
99 Ski Area Road, Bretton Woods, NH 03575.

Call for reservations: Canopy Tour: 603.278.4ZIP[4947], West Wall Climb: 603.278.3335

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Segway Tours
at Cranmore Mountain   

Cranmore Segway Tour Bar Code - July2012 only

Save on Cranmore Mountain Segway Tours; 90 minute session on road and off road around Cranmore. For ages 14 and up. Present this coupon for $5 off. Not valid for online sales. Cannot be combined with other offers.
Must present coupon

Expires 10/8/12 or end of the 2012 summer operating season, whichever comes first.

Cranmore Mountain Resort, North Conway, NH

www.cranmore.com

 

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