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35th Annual Pops Concert and Fireworks Event Presented by Arts Jubilee

Experience Arts Jubilee’s annual family favorite traditional outdoor pops concert on Thursday, July 27th at the base of the North Slope at Cranmore. This year’s concert will feature The Seacoast Wind Ensemble, a 50-piece symphonic band performing pops favorites, light classics, and some familiar Americana. Fireworks will follow the concert, presented by Atlas Pyrotechnics.

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The Seacoast Wind Ensemble

This is a family friendly event with convenience parking and indoor restrooms. Food and beverages are available for purchase on the Deck at Zip’s Pub, guests are welcome to pack a picnic lunch. Guests are asked to bring their own seating and to keep alcoholic beverages at home, please. Remember, this is a family event!

Headline performances will begin at 7pm, but guests may enjoy an early “warm-up” performance at 6pm featuring local and professional musicians.

This event has family friendly admission. Adult tickets are $12, seniors (65 & up) are $10, students are $5, and kids 12 and under are free. Tickets and payment will be received at the gate.

For more information on Valley events http://www.mtwashingtonvalley.org

 

About Arts Jubilee 

Arts Jubilee is a non-profit cultural arts organization in the Mount Washington Valley with a mission to bring unique arts performances to New Hampshire. Since 1983, Arts Jubilee has been bringing exciting, world-class musical entertainment to the residents and visitors of the Mt. Washington Valley.

28th Annual Chocolate Festival

On Sunday, February 26th join us for the sweetest day on the trails at the 28th Annual Chocolate Festival! Spend a day of outdoor winter fun and indulge in sweet treats to benefit the Mt. Washington Valley Ski Touring Foundation, a non-profit organization. The foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization dedicated to providing Conway residents, taxpayers, and school age children with access to winter recreation opportunities including snowshoeing and Nordic skiing at no cost.

Whether traveling through the trail stops by cross country ski, snowshoe, or by car, participants will enjoy the spectacular scenery, warm hospitality, and great chocolate treats of the Mount Washington Valley. For those that choose to cross country ski or snowshoe, unleash your inner winter adventurer by embarking on our groomed 45-km trail network!

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2017 Trailside Chocolate Shops
(Open from 11am – 4pm)
  • 1785 Inn
  • Adventure Suites
  • Eastern Inns
  • Stonehurst Manor
  • Old Field House
  • Riverside Inn B&B
  • The Touring Center at Ragged Mountain Equipment
  • The Whitaker Woods Meeting House (treats provided by Vintage Baking Company)

Save money by purchasing your tickets in advance. If purchased prior to the event, the festival pass is $30 per person, or $35 per person on the day of the event. Please note that the event is a fundraiser and tickets are non-refundable.

For more information, visit mwvskitouring.org/Chocolate-Festival.html or call (603) 356-9920.

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Join Leadership MWV 2014!

 

Nominate a Young Professional for
 

The 2013 Class of Leadership MWV Visits Governor Hassan During Their Annual Field Trip

 


The Mt. Washington Valley is so lucky

to have a talented pool of Young Professionals.

Join the 70 graduates who of Leadership MWV who are dedicated to
living, working, playing and making a difference in the valley!

Apply for or nominate a Young Professional that you know
for the class of
2014 Leadearship MWV!
Applications are due December 6th.

For more information or to email applications,
contact webface@mtwashingtonvalley.org

Leadership MWV is Generously Sponsored By

And Founded By

MWVEC

Leadership MWV….Community Connections is a network for developing professionals, providing opportunities for professional development,
mentorship for
community involvement, and support for civic leadership.

Leadership MWV aims to facilitate knowledge transfer and
create the opportunity for hands-on learning with an emphasis on:

1. Generating new participation on local boards;
2. Providing one-to-one mentorship by existing community leaders
to up-and-coming professionals and citizens;

3. Empowering those with leadership capabilities
to act effectively to help solve local problems.

The program will emphasize service, collaboration,
and existence of synergistic opportunities
to enhance quality of lifein this community through
field trips, panel discussions, interviews and networking opportunities. 

 

Get Involved with Cranmore Cares’ Upcoming Event!

Cranmore Mountain Resort introduces a day of consideration and caring for our community we live, work and play in. Cranmore Cares is occurring on Saturday, January 11th from 11am to 2pm. 

Cranmore Cares was created with the initiative to have cranmore-logoskiers and community members gather at Cranmore Mountain Resort where local non-profits are represented. This is an event for non-profits to share their mission statement, upcoming events, ideas and visions. Furthermore this event fosters new relationships, as event attendees can sign up for volunteer opportunities, memberships and more. 

We are excited to extend an invitation for your non-profit to come and be a part of Cranmore Cares. We look forward to working with you to create enthusiasm and involvement for your particular non-profit!

Non-profits can sign up by emailing events@cranmore.com or calling 603-356-5543 ext. 352