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Live Entertainment at Hobbs Tavern

Enjoy live music presented by Hobbs Tavern. 
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The Wake of Matty O’Malley at Hobbs Tavern

Join Hobbs Tavern for their St. Patrick’s Day special with a live show and dinner on March 14th!

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Jimmy Keys Playing at Hobbs Tavern THIS SUNDAY!

Indian Mound Golf Club invites you to join them at Hobbs Tavern for an evening with Jimmy Keys! Enjoy a musical comedy show and a three course dinner for $60.00 at Hobbs, August 17th! Call 603-539-2000 to reserve your tickets now!
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Dinner and a Show With Comedian Jimmy Keys at Indian Mound Golf Course!

IndianMoundRIVER’S EDGE GRILLE & TAVERN

AT INDIAN MOUND GOLF COURSE

OSSIPEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

AUGUST 15TH

6:30 DINNER SHOW

$55.00 PP

RESERVATIONS ONLY!

603-539-7733 OR EMAIL MYFOREBOYS@ROADRUNNER.COM

SAP HOUSE MEADERY TO RE-RELEASE SEASONALS IN DECEMBER, DONATE PROCEEDS TO CHARITY

Sap House Meadery is re-releasing their entire line of 2012 seasonal meads and two brand new, never released barrel-aged meads on the weekend of Dec. 15.

Sap House Meadery, out of Center Ossipee, N.H., will release seasonal meads such as: Chocolate, Peach Maple, Strawberry, Blackberry Maple and Cranberry Sage.

The meadery will also release a traditional mead which has aged 18 months, which includes several months in a medium-toast American oak barrel. On top of the traditional mead, Sap House Meadery will release a barrel-aged version of its flagship, Sugar Maple, which aged in medium-toast American oak barrels.

Quantities are limited. Everything is first come, first serve. The meadery will be open Dec. 15-16 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Two dollars of every bottle sold during the weekend of Dec. 15-16 will be used to purchase gifts for Ossipee Concerned Citizens’ The Santa Project. The program provides gifts for children of families of need.

The weekend’s events will not only feature new and rare releases, but other local vendors and craftspeople will be at the meadery. White Gate Farms, Beaver Ridge Bath and Body, Sandwich Creamery and many more will be there with various products and food.

Sap House Meadery has created award-winning, hand-crafted meads since 2010. It prides itself on only using fresh, local ingredients while using time-tested, traditional methods to make the finest mead.

To purchase or try Sap House Meadery’s meads, visit the meadery at 6 Folsom Road in Center Ossipee, N.H. The meadery is open Saturday and Sunday, 1-5 p.m., or by appointment.

You can also find Sap House Meadery’s products in various stores across New England and the east coast.

For more information, visit http://www.saphousemeadery.com or call 603-539-1672.

 

VolcanoFest 2011: What a ‘BLAST”

Thank you to everyone who helped to make VolcanoFest 2011 such an enjoyable day.

If you missed this year’s Volcano Fest, by the Greater Ossipee Area Chamber of Commerce, Joe Bradley of Pocket Mountain Video recorded some of the days events for you to enjoy.

Watch the video here!

Two of the weekend’s highlights were the Bucky Lewis Show under the big tent & the car show in the parking lot. Everyone got in on the action. Footage was shot and edited by Chamber member, Joe Bradley of Pocket Mountain Video, LLC.

Volcanofest Event Schedule In Ossipee!


“VolcanoFest 2011  is the annual celebration of the Great Ossipee Ring Dike Volcano.  This year’s event takes place on September 24th-25th, at Tramway Marketplace in West Ossipee NH….exploding with fun for the whole family.

Take Advantage On Both Days:
10:30aM-4PM: Scenic Ring Dike helicopter rides, by C&R Helicopter and Club Motorsports Inc.

Saturday September 24th:
8am-noon; Pitch Pine Triathalon (White Lake State Park) by Tri-Tek Events.
12pm-4pm; Vintage car show by the Yankee Smokehouse.
Noon-1pm; The Bucky Lewis Show by Tri Tek Events.
1pm-5pm “Volcano Idol” karaoke by Good Tyme Music.
5pm-6pm; The Red Gallagher Show.
6pm-dusk; The Blind Fools Concert.
7pm-9pm; The Grand Bonfire and fireworks display by North Country Fireworks.

Don’t miss VolcanoFest 2011, September 24th and 25th.  Tramway Artisans Marketplace, West Ossipee, NH.

For other Great Activities in the Mount Washington Valley Area, Visit the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

Free Admission during “Locals Night: Potluck Dessert” 9/1/201

Free Admission during “Locals Night: Potluck Dessert” Thursday, September 1st at the Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm

Tamworth, NH: Live just around the corner, but never been to the Farm? Have you been meaning to visit, just haven’t had the time? Well, here’s your chance on Thursday, September 1st from 6pm to 7:30pm, to meet the Remick Farm staff, hear about upcoming events and take a tour inside and out!

No admission charge, just bring a heaping helping of your favorite dessert to share with the neighbors. We’ll provide the beverages. Drop in, say hello and be sure to enter the drawing for a complimentary local family membership. All ages are welcome!

The Remick Museum and Farm is located at 58 Cleveland Hill Road in Tamworth Village. For more information please call toll free 1 (800) 686-6117 or (603) 323-7591. Visit us online at Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm.

2 Workshops: Gluten Free / Quilling at Remick Museum & Farm: 9/3/2011

2 Upcoming Workshops: Gluten Free & Dairy Free Foods and Introduction to the Art of Quilling at the Remick Museum & Farm Saturday, September 3rd

We’re kicking off September with 2 fantastic workshops on Saturday, September 3rd: Gluten Free/Dairy Free Foods and Introduction to the Art of Quilling at the Remick Museum and Farm.

Gluten Free & Dairy Free Foods (10am-12pm); Join Erica Boynton and learn the basics of allergen free cooking, swap baking tips and shopping hints. Sample homemade gluten free and dairy free foods and take home a few delicious recipes from Erica’s collection. Gluten free baked goods will be available for purchase. Specialty workshop: $15 per person, ages 16 and up.

Introduction to the Art of Quilling (12pm-3pm); Learn the classic art of paper quilling, historically known as ‘paper filigree’. Add a unique and fun flair to cards, books, scrapbooks for special holidays and weddings, gifts or any other idea that comes to mind.  Specialty workshop: $20 per person, ages 16 and up.

Reservations are required to attend by Friday, August 26th before 12pm. Sign up 3 or more family members and receive a 25% discount. Please call (603) 323-7591 or toll free (800) 686-6117. The Remick Museum and Farm is open Monday-Friday (10am-4pm). Located at 58 Cleveland Hill Road in Tamworth, NH; easily accessible from Routes 16 and 25.  Visit online: Remick Museum and Farm

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Farewell to Summer” Concession Lunch at the Remick Museum & Farm Saturday, September 3rd

Tamworth, NH: Fall is peeking around the corner, so bring the family to our last hoorah and bid summer farewell, Remick Farm style on Saturday, September 3rd from 11 to 2.

We’ll be grilling up your favorite BBQ foods from 12:00-1:30 including a gluten free and vegetarian option. Join us for a fun-filled afternoon of guided tours and games for children of all ages!

Museum admission is $3 and children ages 4 and under are free. Admission includes tours and activities. The Remick Museum and Farm is located at 58 Cleveland Hill Road in Tamworth Village. For more information please call toll free 1 (800) 686-6117 or (603) 323-7591. Visit us online at the Remick Museum and Farm

Motorcycles in Mt Washington Valley

2004 VTX1300
2004 VTX1300

I had a chance Sunday morning to take the bike out for a ride as the weather has been pretty dismal lately.  Since moving to West Ossipee I have found a new loop to take which is a short but fun ride.

I head down Ossipee Lake road and go past Danforth Bay Camping Resort and the Bluffs at Danforth Bay down to Route 153 in Freedom and take a right.  From there I go past Bobby Sues Ice cream and out to route 25.  I go right onto 25 and head west and pass Lazy Susan’s Restaurant until I reach route 16 and head north.  On 16 I pass by Indian Mound Golf Course, the Pizza Barn and the old Mt Whittier Ski area before turning onto route 41 and back to Ossipee Lake Road.

The weather was a bit questionable and I only did this loop, but other times I’ve stretched this out by continuing on 41 and 113 until I get into Madison and take East Madison Road until I get to King Pine Ski Area and Camp Tohkomeupog then I head route 153 south until I reach Ossipee Lake Rd and head back that way.

Do you have a ride you want to share?

Doug