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MT. WASHINGTON AUTO ROAD - 603-466-3988 - mtwashingtonautoroad.com
MOUNT WASHINGTON OBSERVATORY - 603-356-2137 -mountwashington.org

WILDCAT MOUNTAIN - 603-466-3326 -skiwildcat.com
SUNDAY RIVER SKI RESORT - 800-543-2754 - sundayriver.com/Events
NANSEN SKI TRAILS - 603.752.4916 - skinansen.com
GREAT GLEN TRAILS - 603-466-2333 - greatglentrails.com
NH SNOWMOBILE ASSN. - 603-273-0220 - nhsa.com

AMC PINKHAM NOTCH VISITOR CENTER - 603-466-2727 outdoors.org/
FRIENDS OF TUCKERMAN RAVINE - 603-367-4417 - friendsoftuckerman.org

MEDALLION OPERA HOUSE - 603-466-3322 x3 - medallionoperahouse.org
ST. KIERAN'S COMMUNITY CENTER for the ARTS - 603-752-1028 - stkieranarts.org
MUSIC IN THE GREAT NORTH WOODS - 603-466-2865 - musicgnw.org


July 2017


!! June 30 thru July 4th - Gorham, NH 4th of July Celebration!!
"The Circus" is the theme for 2017 - The Greeatest Show on Earth! Miller Amusements Carnival on the Common, vendors, concerts every night, Chili Chowder/Dessert Cook-off, Bobo T Clown, Classic Car Parade, Kiddie Parade and Main Street Parades, new this year an ATV Event, Fireworks at 10:00 pm. NH Largest 4th of July Celebration, the tradition continues right here in Gorham! See the Schedule

July thru August 8 - Tuesdays
Summer Concert Series on the Gorham Town Common
6:30 pm - Enjoy a variety of music from the bandstand on the Town Common. Bring your blanket or lawn chair and enjoy barbecues on the first and last dates. Free and open to the public.

July 7 thru October 19 -Thursdays

4pm - 7 pm - Local fresh produce, preserved and baked goods, handcrafted items for sale.

July & August Teen Wilderness Adventures with Great Glen Trails
Trips include one or more outdoor activities like hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, kayaking, rafting, canoeing, and mountain biking-with spectacular destinations in New Hampshire, Maine, and New York.

July & August - Wednesdays at Wildcat Outdoor Tours
Every Wednesday in July and August, explore Wildcat Mountain with a Tin Mountain Conservation Center naturalist learning about the diverse ecology of Pinkham Notch in the White Mountain National Forest. Participation is free but please note that some days involve an “Alpine Discovery” portion which involves a trip on the Wildcat Express scenic gondola to the summit which will require a lift ticket.

July thru September -
Mondays & Fridays - Enjoy a guided tour in a Mt. Washington Auto Road van to the top of the tallest peak in the Northeast, and the Observatory's famous mountaintop weather station. You will have the opportunity to meet the scientists living and working in this remote outpost. Then, after a hearty, homemade lunch, you'll head back down the mountain where you can explore Great Glen Trails.

July 7 -
7 pm - Traditional Dixieland and Classic Small Band Swing ~ More Info - Tickets: $12.00 (adults) and $8.00 (minors). Sponsored by the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts

July 7 - 9 - Subaru Mt. Washington Hillclimb returns! Three days, 75 cars, some of the best race and rally drivers from around the world, competing for “King of the Hill” honors on the Northeast’s tallest peak-Mt. Washington! Known as one of the oldest motorsports events in the United States, the Climb to the Clouds was first run in 1904 and is now returning on July 7-9, 2017!

July 12 -
11 am - POP ROCK Fairy Tale - Theatre for the kid in everyone, family entertainment from the Wetahervane Theatre - Tickets $6 per person, general admission. See more

July 16 & 30 Every Other Sunday thru Oct 1

Antiques, Collectibles, Glass, China, Signs, Clothes, Crafts

July 16 -
2 pm - Cellos and Piano - More Info - To benefit the St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts. $12.00 (adults) $8.00 (minors>

July 22 - Seek the Peak Expo, Mt. Washington Auto Road
2 pm - The Mt. Washington Auto Road hosts the Seek the Peak after-party and expo at the base. Seek the Peak is the largest annual fundraiser for the non-profit Mount Washington Observatory. Enjoy vendor booths, live music, a cash bar and the famous all-you-can-eat feast by New Hampshire’s Hart’s Turkey Farm. All Seek the Peak hikers, friends, families and members of the general public are invited to attend.

July 29 -
9 am & 8 pm - Talk and Walk in the morning, Evening Presentation at 8PM.

August 2017

August - Wednesdays at Wildcat Outdoor Tours
10 am - 12 pm - Every Wednesday in July and August, explore Wildcat Mountain with a Tin Mountain Conservation Center naturalist learning about the diverse ecology of Pinkham Notch in the White Mountain National Forest. Schedule and Info Here

August - September -
Mondays & Fridays - Enjoy a guided tour in a Mt. Washington Auto Road van to the top of the tallest peak in the Northeast, and the Observatory's famous mountaintop weather station. You will have the opportunity to meet the scientists living and working in this remote outpost. Then, after a hearty, homemade lunch, you'll head back down the mountain where you can explore Great Glen Trails.

August 4 & 5 - 8th Annual Jericho ATV Festival
An ATV enthusiast’s dream come true, featuring mud races, demo rides, live music and delicious food. The festival takes place at Jericho Mountain State Park, which boasts more than 80 miles of trails. With more than 1,000 miles of interconnected OHRV trails in the Ride the Wilds network,

August 5 - Summit Salute at Mt. Washington Auto Road
2:30 pm - 8:30 pm - Join other service members, veterans, & military families for this special FREE event at the base of Mt. Washington. Share stories, play outdoors, (child care available), enjoy a barbecue and at the end of the day, a Mt. Washington sunset.

August 5 - 20 - Teen Wilderness Adventures with Great Glen Trails
Trips include one or more outdoor activities like hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, kayaking, rafting, canoeing, and mountain biking-with spectacular destinations in New Hampshire, Maine, and New York.

August 6 - Adaptive Sports Partners Sunrise Ascent of Mt. Washington
8:30 am - Guided tours begin - This unique event is a fundraiser for the Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country. At sunrise, teams will ascend the Mount Washington Auto Road, determined to reach the 6,288-foot summit of Mount Washington. Each team will include an adaptive athlete and a team of “mules” who will help the athlete up the 8 miles to the summit. The Auto Road opens to the public at 11am. 

August 13 & 27 Every Other Sunday thru Oct 1

Antiques, Collectibles, Glass, China, Signs, Clothes, Crafts

August 15 -
7 pm - Praised for great sensitivity and exciting artistry ~ More Info - Tickets: $12.00 (adults) $10.00 (under 18).Sponsored by Susan Ferre & Charles Lang

August 16 -
7 pm - Hammered Dulcimer, Fiddles, Banjos, Guitars and Vocals making music in the Old Time Tradition".

August 19 - 45th Mount Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb
The original bicycle race up the Mt. Washington Auto Road. Deemed the Toughest Hillclimb in the World! The Auto Road will open to the public at 1:30 pm.

August 19 -
7 pm - An awesome tribute to the fab four! Tickets: $15.00 (adults) $10.00 (under 18). Sponsored by the Bank of New Hampshire and The Town & Country Inn and Resort

September 2017

September 8 & 9 - Muster in the Mountains
This two day event features a colonial encampment of reenactors representing the French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, and Mountain Man periods from 1750 through 1840. This gathering will take place in the fields at the base of the Mt. Washington Auto Road

September 9 - Wingzilla at Heritage Park
9 am - Gates Open - Barbeque Chicken Wing Cook-Off Competition and “Luck of the Draw” Horse Shoe Tournament with cash prizes. Killazilla Hot Wing Eating Contest and Cornhole Contest. The Local 1088 Firefighters of Berlin are sponsoring a Luau A-T-V Poker Run. Wear a Hawaiian shirt and decorate your ATVs with leis and flowers and you can win a prize. Proceeds from the Poker Run go to Operation Warm. Face painting and games for the kids, and lip-smackin’ barbecue, burgers, hot dogs and a beer tent. Live music by KILCOLLINS at 6 pm.

September 10 & 24 Every Other Sunday thru Oct 1

Antiques, Collectibles, Glass, China, Signs, Clothes, Crafts

September 22 & 23 - Polaris Camp RZR
Jericho Mountain State Park wil again host this national event. Click here for more information.

September 23 -
8 pm - New England’s best live interactive comedy show. Tickets: $15.00 (adults only). Sponsored by Bryant Funeral Homes


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