By Isaac Rader
for the Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce
If you can come back from a day proud of just how much you ache, then it’s been a good day.
If any other sentence so sums up our outing at Great Glen, I can’t think of it. It started after a morning of skiing at Wildcat, as we decided to go relax with lunch at the Glen House Hotel at Mt. Washington. It proved to be wonderfully relaxing as we sat, nursing flatbreads and a beer in plain view of the Presidential Range.
It is the kind of restaurant where we could comfortably sit for hours. That is until we decided to go fat biking! Exploring Great Glen’s miles and miles of trails on bikes specially made for the snow was… difficult. Very, very difficult. But it was incredibly fun to do something so unique and get out into nature to appreciate the jaw-dropping vistas all around us.
If you miss spring, summer, or fall biking, then we recommend trying fat biking. It hurt – a lot – but it was an ache we could be proud of, for we had accomplished a lot. For more information contact Great Glen Trails.
The Lilliputian Montessori School celebrated the opening of their new toddler program with a ribbon cutting on September 10. The program offers quality child care for children ages 13 months – 35 months with options for two day to 5 day programs as well as before and after care.
Lilliputian also has a preschool and pre k program for children ages 2.5 to 6 years old.
The school curriculum follows the child development research and writings of Dr. Maria Montessori, giving each child the freedom to work and move within limits, which are achieved through order, respect and self-discipline. Through this environment each child develops the skills and self-confidence to allow for a lifetime of creative learning.
“Our nurturing environment provides a gentle bridge from home to school”, said Amber McCay, Executive Director. “Through meaningful hands on activities, children are able to strengthen their language, self-help, motor and social/emotional skills in a prepared environment”.
The school is located at 65 Seavey Street, North Conway. For information please call 603-356-4464 or visit thelilliputianschool.com.
Pictured from left: Lynn Lyman, Eastern Propane, Andrew Donohoe, former student, Amber McCay, Executive Director, Carrie Burkett, Board President, and Courtney Hamel, Lead Toddler Teacher.
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The T. Murray Wellness Center, Inc. was founded by Dr. Trish Murray over 12 years ago and has been the place to go in Mt. Washington Valley to alleviate pain. Over the past 6 years, Dr. Murray has trained and become certified in another specialty, functional medicine which is root cause medicine, focusing on finding the underlying cause of chronic diseases or conditions. “This is a multi-systems approach to medicine”, said Dr. Murray. “We look at all systems to find the reason for the condition and help people learn what changes they can make to help improve their health.”
Now known as Discover Health Functional Medicine Center the practice and clinic has grown to include a new provider and expanded clinic and services.
On Friday, June 22 they celebrated with a ribbon cutting and open house at their clinic at 24 Pleasant Street, Conway. Guests toured the facility, received information on services and learned how Discover Health Functional Medicine Center can help restore and optimize your health. For more information visit them online or call the office at 603-447-3112.
Available Ski & Stay package includes accommodations, resort amenities, breakfast, lift ticket, XC skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating & more. Midweek non-holiday stays also include complimentary snowtubing and night skiing!
The North Conway Public Library invites you to a wonderful gala event on Sunday, Dec. 17 at 4 p.m. featuring singer Mary Bastoni and pianist John Waldie. Mary’s versatile vocal style ranges from classic to contemporary and she will bring iconic female vocalists to life on stage that afternoon, along with John Waldie’s skilled performance at the piano.
The afternoon kicks off with a cocktail party at 4:00 p.m. at the M&D Playhouse. Guests will enjoy a fantastic array of hors d’oeuvres and desserts, along with a selection of wine and beer. The magnificent buffet of appetizers and desserts will be prepared and donated by the best local chefs; wine will be donated by the White Mountain Winery and the beer will be donated by Tuckerman Brewing Co.
At 5:00 p.m. Mary Bastoni will present modern classics by iconic female vocalists such as Barbra Streisand, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon, Carole King, and many more.
The Music Gala is a fantastic opportunity to mix and mingle with friends and neighbors, to sample terrific food, and listen to beautiful music, all to support your local library.
Tickets are $40, including appetizers and desserts, open wine and beer bar. Get your tickets now as we are sure that this wonderful gala event, which is a fundraiser for the North Conway Library, will sell out.
Tickets are available at the library and need to be purchased ahead of time. To make a reservation, call the library at 603-356-2961.
Tickets can also be purchased online with a credit card on the library’s website at NorthConwayLibrary.com .
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The North Conway Public Library, “Mount Washington Valley’s Free Community Library,” is a privately funded library that is free and open to the public. Its mission is to provide stimulating books, resources and services that educate, inspire and entertain people of all ages and backgrounds. Visit NorthConwayLibrary.com for more information.
Skiers and riders also need great food, and with 75 or so restaurants in Mt Washington Valley, you’re sure to find something to feed every palate and every age.
In addition, these restaurants offer great meal deals, so plan your apres ski fun accordingly!
Meals Deals Throughout November & December
At Red Parka Steakhouse & Pub, Glen, NH
On Tuesdays – Buck a Bone Night in the Pub with Red Parka Pub’s famous BBQ Ribs for $1 each
On Wednesdays – Wing It Wednesday with 72-cent Wings
On Thursdays – Prime Time Thursdays – 10 oz. Prime Rib Dinner with fresh vegetable & choice of potato for $12.95.
At Max’s Tavern, Snowvillage Inn, Snowville, NH
On Tuesdays: The local flavor comes out every Tuesday 5:30-9:00 PM at Snowvillage Inn: In addition to the daily menu, the locals’ menu is served, offering made from scratch comfort food, priced just right for our local friends. And on Tuesdays, no matter where you’re from, everyone’s a local at Max’s Tavern.
On Thursdays: Max’s In The Raw & the Famous Oyster Orgy! Oysters, Littlenecks, Ceviche and Crudo: Snowvillage Inn innkeepers, Jen and Kevin, have traveled up and down the coast of Maine in search of the sweetest and largest oysters. The goldmine is the Damariscotta River….briny, strong shell, plump meat, meaty texture with the true taste of the sea and Snowvillage Inn gets them fresh almost daily! Click here for the menu of the day.
At Christmas Farm Inn, Jackson
- Mondays are 2-for-1 night: Buy one entrée, get second entrée free
- Tuesdays: Succulent Turkey Dinner, including salad, entrée, dessert – $19
- Wednesday is German Night!
- Thursday is Steak Night: Build your own steak entrée
- Friday is Seafood Night
- Saturday is Wild Game Night: Venison, Elk, Duck & more
- Sunday: Taste of Italy with Italian specialties
- Twofer Tuesdays: 2 people, 2 entrees, 1 price: $24.95 (Dine in Only)
- Wednesday Happy Hour: 4:00-6:00pm, $2 Tacos (steak, pork, chicken, fish)
- Thursdays: Buck-A-Beer: Order any burger, get a beer for a buck
- Fridays: Happy Hour, 4:00-6:00pm
At Lobster Trap, Seafood, Steaks & Italian, West Side Road, North Conway
Early bird specials start at $10.95 and are served daily from 11:30am until 6:00pm. Early bird dishes are served with homemade rolls, and French fries, onion rings or cole slaw.
At White Mountain Hotel, West Side Road, North Conway
Every Friday: Friday Night Seafood Fest in Ledges Restaurant: New England seafood specialties served directly at your table. Offerings include your choice of salad or soup, appetizers including mini raw bar, gulf shrimp cocktail and poached salmon. Entrees include orange ginger diver scallops, cod and lobster duo, smoked sugar and chile grilled salmon, shrimp scampi and classic broiled seafood platter. Dessert is also included in this 4-Course menu. Seafood Fest menu changes often. Regular menu also available. Click here for sample menu.
Sundays: Grand Sunday Brunch: A White Mountain Hotel tradition since 1990. Includes chef-attended omelet station, bacon, maple sausage, homemade corned beef hash, home fries, Belgian waffles with a variety of fresh fruit toppings, whipped cream and homemade maple butter, chef-attended carving station with two carved roasts of the day, weekly entrée specials, fresh vegetables of the day, homemade soups, pancakes and Eggs Benedict from the kitchen, a delectable dessert table and much more.
At Traditions Restaurant at Purity Spring Resort, East Madison, NH
Note: Traditions Restaurant & Pub plans to be closed December 3 – 14 for annual maintenance/cleaning and will reopen December 15.
$10 Sunday And Monday Menu Items: Enjoy a night out to start your week with special $10 menu items every Sunday and Monday. Order one for yourself or order a few dishes and share with the table.
Tap N’ A Flat Tuesdays: Every Tuesday, head to the pub for a “Tap N’ A Flat” beer and a pizza special. Enjoy your choice of cheese, pepperoni or grilled vegetable flatbread and craft draft pint from one of the taps for only $12.
All-You-Can-Eat Ribs Wednesdays: Every Wednesday, tuck in to all-you-can-eat Carolina Pork Ribs served with traditional cole slaw and french fries for $20 per person.
And at King Pine, $10 Burger and Beer* at the Trail’s End Tavern with valid lift ticket. Offer valid on non-holiday Tuesdays and applies to 4-9 p.m. lift tickets.
At Wildcat Inn & Tavern, Jackson, NH
Tuesdays: Two One-Pound Lobsters for $26.95 from 5:00-9:00pm
Wednesday Dinner for Two Menu: Make Wednesday your date night and choose from a special two-for-$26.95 menu. While the menu changes weekly, look for popular entrees from the menu plus a few specials too. Two entrees from the special menu are only $26.95 (plus tax & gratuity) for both. Click here for sample menu.
Every Friday Night: Fish Fry / Oyster Lover Special : Enjoy a special fish fry along with an oyster special Every Friday Night from 5:00-9:00pm.
Thursday Night Pasta Specials for snow sports employees– Every Thursday through Dec 22, enjoy a special Chicken Parm Dinner. $7.95 plus $3.00 beer for any who works in the snow sport industries. Special pricing for snowsports employees; all are welcome.
At Oxford House Inn, Fryeburg, ME:
Thursday Night Pint & a Pound- $14.95: Includes one pound of Steamed Maine Mussels or Little Neck Clams, prepared in your choice of 5 different flavors from around the world and a Pint of local craft Beer (or glass of wine if preferred) and a basket of Artisan Focaccia & Multigrain Bread.
Taco Trio Tuesdays- $12 for Three: Includes three different authentic and creative tacos
Themed Food Events throughout Mt Washington Valley!
Friday, Dec 1 & Saturday, Dec 2: We Need a Little Christmas Music Dinner at Inn at Crystal Lake Two nights of Christmas music from the world of Classical music and Broadway with Mary Bastoni, Vanessa Schukis & Cassandra Marsh. $65/per person* and includes the dinner and performance/lecture. For more information, click here. *does not include alcohol, tax or gratuity.
December 2, 9, 16, 23: Cocoa with Mrs. Claus at Omni Mt Washington Resort: Bring the whole family to enjoy cocoa, holiday music and a holiday craft with Mrs. Claus. Decorate cookies and hear a holiday story read by Mrs. Claus too. Reservations required. $30 per person. Call Activities Concierge at 603-278-8989.
December 2,3, 9, 16, 17: Jingle Bell Chocolate Tour: Deemed a must do “Chocolaty Delicious” event by all who ride, each rider receives an average of 10 hand-made chocolates, a festive Christmas holiday bag for any chocolates not eaten on the tour, a Jingle Bell and an Austrian Horse Drawn Sleigh Ride through the Village of Jackson, NH. Sleighs run hourly from 11 AM – 4 PM on the days listed. Each sleigh can hold 10 people. There are at least 4 sleighs that go out per hour. Ticket sales are now open to any visitors booking their stays at one of the Jackson Lodging members Ticket sales for anyone booking a group of 10 or more can book by calling 603-383-9356. Tickets are $25 each and must be reserved. Info: Click here.
December 9-10: 21st Annual Inn to Inn Cookie and Candy Tour: From 11:00am – 4:00pm, visit 11 inns all dressed in their holiday finery; taste scrumptious holiday cookies and candy, and take home a collection of scrumptious recipes in a keepsake cookbook, and do a little holiday shopping as inns will feature artisans and vendors. In addition, demonstrations, artisan sales and gift ideas will be featured at each inn. Save your holiday shopping for some unique items on display throughout the weekend. Stay at one of the inns and receive a custom-made keepsake ornament. Two- night Cookie Tour packages including two nights’ accommodations, breakfast each morning, two tour tickets, recipe collection, and a collectors’ ornament. Lodging packages on sale now and the best way to assure you get tickets. Day tickets go on sale starting November 27, 2017 for $30 each. All tickets must be reserved in advance. Call 800-338-1356 or 603-356-2642 to reserve day tickets or book a weekend stay with any participating inn. Info: http://www.countryinnsinthewhitemountains.com.
From Indian Mound Golf Club
Gift cards now on sale: can be used for (restaurant, greens fees & carts)
* $100 or more: 20% off
* all other gift cards 10% off!
White Mountain Hotel Frequent Diner Program
Enjoy a free entrée for every ten times you dine at White Mountain Hotel. Please inquire at the Front Desk with any questions.
Horsefeathers Preferred Diner Program
Earn points for every dollar you spend at Horsefeathers toward a $50.00 Gift Certificate. And on your birthday, receive a complimentary lunch or dinner entrée. Click here to sign up.
Traditions at Purity Spring Resort Loyalty Card Program
With your Traditions Loyalty Card in-hand, you will earn one point for each dollar you spend at Traditions. When you reach 500 points, you will earn a Traditions gift card with a value of $25! To receive your Traditions Loyalty Card, please ask your server the next time you visit, and begin earning points right away! Click here for program guidelines.
The Great Red Parka Gift Card Sale Returns! From now until December 17, 2017, with every purchase of $100 in Gift Cards Red Parka will give you one for $20 for free! Order online, by phone or in person. Sale is on from Nov. 24th – Dec 17th. Click here to order online or call (603) 383-4344.
Free Gift Certificate from Inn at Thorn Hill
The Inn at Thorn Hill and Spa has teamed up with Attitash Mountain Village Resort, a premier vacation ownership resort. Sign up for a 90 minute of Attitash Mountain Village and receive a $200 Inn at Thorn Hill gift certificate. It can be used any time within a year of issue for dining, lodging or spa. Click here for full details.
Discounted Valley Originals Gift Certificates – still a few left
The Valley Originals is a group of independently owned restaurants throughout Mt Washington Valley. You’ll recognize them from the yellow flags with a fork and plate hanging outside their doors. To fund the community giving projects throughout Mt Washington Valley, Valley Originals sells discounted gift certificates. They make a great holiday gift. There are still a few left. Click here to view and purchase the remaining gift certificates.
Black Friday Gift Certificate Sale at White Mountain Hotel – offer valid through Dec 1, 2017 only
Purchase a $100 Gift Certificate to the White Mountain Hotel and receive a $20 bonus gift certificate free with purchase. These restrictions apply to the $20 Bonus Certificate:
- Expires one year from date of issue.
- Cannot be combined with any other sale, offer, discount or promotion.
- Has no cash value and no refunds on unused portion.
- Cannot be used on Group Bookings.
- Valid toward overnight accommodations or dining in Ledges Restaurant.
Offer is valid from 7:00 AM on Friday, November 24th through 12 noon on Friday, December 1st ONLY. Call the Hotel to purchase and refer to BLACK FRIDAY SALE. Call. 800-533-6301.
Horsefeathers Countdown to Christmas Gift Certificate Sale
The official Countdown to Christmas starts at midnight November 23rd and lasts for 31 days with great deals on Gift Certificates. The sooner you buy, the better the savings. Gift Certificates are available in $50 & $100 denominations and make great gifts for holidays, birthdays or just about any occasion you can think of.
Visit this page starting on November 24th and purchase your discounted Gift Certificates for incredible savings!
The following chart shows you the discount percentage for each day starting November 24th. (Please allow five to seven days for gift card delivery)
|November 30||21% off||December 15||5% off|
|December 1||19% off||December 16||5% off|
|December 2||18% off||December 17||5% off|
|December 3||17% off||December 18||5% off|
|December 4||16% off||December 19||5% off|
|December 5||15% off||December 20||5% off|
|December 6||14% off||December 21||5% off|
|December 7||13% off||December 22||5% off|
|December 8||12% off||December 23||5% off|
When you see the yellow fork and plate flag outside a restaurant in Mt Washington Valley, you’ll know you’re at a Valley Originals restaurant. All Valley Originals are independently owned and committed to offering fresh, quality cuisine. Together, the Valley Originals have contributed more than $300,000 to Mt Washington Valley non-profits. You know you’re helping the community when you dine at a Valley Originals restaurant.
For a complete list of restaurants and dining opportunities in Mt Washington Valley, click here.
The Twelfth Annual Miss Berlin-Gorham Scholarship Competition took place in the Medallion Opera House at the Gorham Town Hall on Saturday, November 4th. Miss Josie Pearce of Hanover was crowned Miss Berlin-Gorham 2018 and was awarded a $5,000 scholarship. The daughter of Owen and Erin Pearce of Rossmoor, California. Josie attends Dartmouth College. Josie performed classical piano: “Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum” her platform is “Lupus Foundation of America”. The local title earned her the right to compete in the Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program to be held on April 26, 27 & 28th, 2018 at the Stockbridge Theater at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, NH.
The first runner up, Ashley Marsh of Laconia who attends Plymouth State University, and is the daughter of Dawn Marsh, won a $500 scholarship, and the second runner up, MacKenzie Herlihy of Tamworth who attends Southern Maine Community College and is the daughter of Thomas and Alexandra Herlihy, won a $250 scholarship. Contestants who are residents of or attend school full time in Coos, Grafton or Carroll County are eligible to compete for the title of Miss Berlin-Gorham.
Mia Letourneau of Berlin was crowned Miss Berlin-Gorham’s Outstanding Teen 2018 and won a $250 scholarship. Mia is the daughter of Steven and Lauren Letourneau. She will compete for a larger scholarship at the Miss New Hampshire’s Outstanding Teen competition on February 9, 10 & 11th, 2018 at Pinkerton Academy’s Stockbridge Theatre. For more information on the Miss Berlin-Gorham Scholarship Program, find us on Facebook at Miss Berlin-Gorham and Miss Berlin-Gorham’s Outstanding Teen and for more information on the Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program and Miss NH’s Outstanding Teen Program, go to missnh.org.
Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards will perform live on Saturday, November 18th at 7:30 pm at the Medallion Opera House, 20 Park Street, Gorham Town Hall, Gorham. Tickets will be $12.00/Adult and will available in advance at the Gorham Town Hall and online at Medallion Opera House or at the door. The concert is sponsored by Marie’s Boutique and Scoggins General Store in Gorham.
Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards are clearly inheritors of a timeless legacy, creating music that is both original and evocative of a rich tradition. Blending distinctive voices and a wide range of accompaniment (guitar, harmonica, ukulele, clarinet, penny whistle, electric bass), their songs have been well-received by audiences around the eastern United States since 2010. Transcending the genre of folk Americana, their music echoes inspiration from traditional folk duos and singer/songwriters like Ian & Sylvia, Kate Wolf and Neil Young – combining beautiful harmonies and a lyrical intensity, while establishing a unique sound of their own.
Their new CD, Grain by Grain, demonstrates an ever progressive richness in songwriting and performance. From the opening title song through its closing track—“Across the Morning”—it is an exemplar of what modern Americana can and should be. I maintain that Mark and Raianne’s previous CD—Hard Times & Woes—is one of those rare singularly perfect albums, but with Grain by Grain this talented duo takes it all to a new level, rivaling their earlier effort with terrific original songs beautifully presented.
Both artists are products of central Massachusetts mill and factory towns, and for all their national exposure, they are passionately dedicated to the region and what it has to offer. Each summer for the past eight years they have organized the “Massachusetts Walking Tour” where they hike the roads and trails of the Commonwealth, more than 100 miles in less than two weeks, in support of the arts in local communities along the way. Each eveningthey stop over in yet another Massachusetts town, putting on a free concert there, along with local performers and fellow artists who accompany them on their journey. These annual two-week treks also raise awareness of the trails and greenways in Massachusetts, using music to make important connections. It is my privilege to be able to join them each year for these annual walks and evening concerts, just as it has been my pleasure and honor to have Mark and Raianne on my radio program multiple times over the last several years. They also represented the folk tradition at WICN’s 45th Anniversary gala at Worcester’s Mechanics Hall. With their bandmates—Doug Williamson on bass and piano and Peter Hart on pedal steel guitar—they continue to impress listeners with their heartfelt songs and to inspire in me an even deeper appreciation of contemporary American folk music.
Bretton Woods Ski Area welcomes you to their 2nd Annual Think PINK Breast Cancer Awareness Weekend from Friday, January 13th until Monday, January 16th. The event’s goal is to raise as much money as possible for the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. Experience Mount Washington Valley winter fun, including a snowshoe tour, Norris Cotton Nastar Racing, après ski parties on Saturday with AMP 103.3 and DJ Chuck Noel, and the grand finale with Mix 104.1 on Sunday. Purchase Think PINK! merchandise, enter in raffles, and enjoy Think PINK! libations, and inspire yourself and others to contribute to this worthy cause.
Although some events occur on specific days, event-goers are welcome to participate in the event’s weekend long festivities at any time during the event: Driven to Beat Breast Cancer, Tie One On For Breast Cancer, and Climb For Cancer.
Driven to Beat Breast Cancer
We will be keeping track of donations that come in during our Think PINK! weekend. All donors who give $50.00 or more in a single transaction to this wonderful cause will be entered into a raffle to win a free groomer ride!
Tie One On For Breast Cancer
All weekend long we will be offering special pink ribbons at the Slopeside Restaurant for $1.00. Donors can write a special message on the ribbon and “tie one on” to our giant Think PINK! ribbon on the Slopeside Level of the Base Lodge. Just say “I’d like to Tie One On for Breast Cancer”!
Climb for Cancer
“Beating Breast Cancer from the Bottom Up” takes on a new meaning with our Climb for Cancer special. This weekend only, when purchasing 10 minutes on the Slopeside Climbing Wall, you can get an additional 5 minutes for just $3.00! That $3.00 will go to the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. You must purchase 10 minutes on the Slopeside Climbing wall to take advantage of this offer.
For a full schedule of the Think PINK Breast Cancer Awareness Weekend, visit http://brettonwoods.com/activities/event.
Whitaker Woods welcomes participants and spectators to their 7th Annual Snowshoe Scramble, a 4-mile race of groomed trails and twisty single-track. The scramble is a Granite State Snowshoe Series Event and serves as a fundraising opportunity to benefit the non-profit organization Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring Foundation.
The Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring Foundation is very active in our community providing ski experiences to Conway residents and youth in northern Carroll County school districts, free grooming for the Eastern Slope Ski Club’s after school ski program and for Kennett High School XC Ski Team’s training and inter-school races, as well as providing educational programs for youth. This is only a sample of what the organization brings to our community, so let’s bring forth our best efforts in supporting the foundation while having some winter fun!
Bring your snowshoes, winter gear, energy, and community support to Whitaker Woods Meeting House, located at 2829 White Mountain Highway in North Conway, New Hampshire. The race begins at 10am sharp on Saturday, January 14th, 2017. Check-in time for participants is between 8:30-9:30am on the day of the race.
If you register in advance (prior to January 8th), the registration fee is $15 per person. Registration fees after this time are $20 per person. The last day for online registration is Thursday, January 12th, but interested parties may register after this date by contacting the Mt. Washignton Valley Ski Touring Foundation by phone at 603-356-9920 or by registering on race day using a personal check or cash.
For more information, to register online, or to download a registration form, please visit the Snow Scramble’s Event Page.
The White Mountain Waldorf School, located in Albany, is holding a raffle for a free year’s school tuition. This prize can be gifted to a child of the winner’s relation or to a child in the winner’s community. The winner can also donate their winnings to the White Mountain Waldorf School towards families in need of financial assistance.
Celebrated as an education style that inspires students to think outside the box and to be innovative and creative in their problem solving abilities, a Waldorf education is a great educational opportunity for children of all ages. The Waldorf curriculum balances academic, artistic, and practical life skills, fostering each child’s ability to think with clarity, feel with compassion, and act with purpose and social responsibility in this world.
There are three methods of entry into this raffle:
- By phone at 603-447-3168
- In person at the White Mountain Waldorf School, located at 1317 New Hampshire Route 16 in Albany
- Online by visiting this link
Tickets cost $35 each, or you may purchase four tickets for $100, thirteen tickets for $250, or thirty tickets for $500. The winner of the raffle will be announced on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at Flatbread Pizza Company in North Conway. Good luck!