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Winter 2018 - January thru April

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Town of Gorham

2ND ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF TREES - See the flyer - Festival of Trees Register here Registration Form


Snowmobiling

NH SNOWMOBILE ASSN. - 603-273-0220 - nhsa.com

February -
Easter Seals Ride-In Hundreds of Granite State snowmobilers gather the first weekend in February for the NH Snowmobile Association Easter Seals Ride-In for Camp Sno-Mo.

PRESIDENTIAL RANGE RIDERS - presidentialrangeriders.org

WHITE MOUNTAIN RIDGE RUNNERS - whitemountainridgerunners.org


Downhill Skiing

WILDCAT MOUNTAIN - 603-466-3326 -skiwildcat.com

November Apres Ski - Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday - 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Free Admission. Wildcat Pub hosts some of the best entertainment from around New England. Weekly specials, and promotions from local beer distributors ensure a great time, and a chance to walk away with free logo gear.
Cash or Cans - 9AM - 3:30 PM
Admission is 3 cans of food or a $3 cash donation for a hike only ticket to hit the rail garden.

December
Apres Ski - Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday - 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Free Admission. Wildcat Pub hosts some of the best entertainment from around New England. Weekly specials, and promotions from local beer distributors ensure a great time, and a chance to walk away with free logo gear.
Santa Visits - Santa will make some turns with guests, stop and pose with you for great photo opportunities and our mountain hosts will hand out candy cane treats to young skiers & snowboarders!
Game Day Special - 1PM - 4PM. Come ski & ride free then check in on the game at the pub. Game day snacks, apps, and liquid refreshments.

January
Apres Ski - Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday - 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Free Admission. Wildcat Pub hosts some of the best entertainment from around New England. Weekly specials, and promotions from local beer distributors ensure a great time, and a chance to walk away with free logo gear.
Youth Day- Attitash and Wildcat offer all kids, ages 7-17, a discounted lift ticket. Available day-of at the ticket window.

February
Torchlight Parade - 5:30 - 6PM Ski Patrol and Ski School will journey down the hill just after dusk to form the Torchlight Parade. This is a great event that brings families and friends together on the ski mountain.
Kitty Litter Cardbaord Box Race - A fun, free, February Vacation tradition
Nine Lives Lunch Tray Luge - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Crazy Hat Day - 11 AM - 11:30 AM - Design your own or dig deep into your closets and imagination the craziest, weirdest, wackiest, funniest, hat you can wear for Crazy Hat Day. Meet us on the front lawn at 11am where the winner will take home a the Grand Prize.

March -
Youth Day - Crazy Cat Walk Challenge- 11 AM - 11:30 AM - Prizes will be given out for the fastest time through the Crazy Cat Walk Challenge course. The course will be set up by 11:00 and go until 1:00. Prizes will be given out at 1:15 next to the course! 
Annual 100,000 ft. Vertical Foot Challenge - 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM - A non-race event offering the chance for a limited capacity field of participants to ski or ride 100,000 vertical feet in a single day.
Military Salute Weekend - FREE lift tickets for active and veteran service men and women as well as discounted lift tickets ($45 All Ages) for active duty family members with a valid form of ID on Saturday & Sunday at Attitash and Wildcat Mountains.

April -
Annual Cat Scratch Fever - Come show off your wild style and shred this fun, freeride spring event. Prizes.
Pond Skim - 12:00 PM - 1PM - This event is just as good for the spectators as it is for the competitors doing their best to make it across the pond on skis. Costumes suggested.

SUNDAY RIVER SKI RESORT - 800-543-2754 - sundayriver.com

November
Thanksgiving Weekend & Demo Day - Enjoy some turkey. Test out high-end gear from craft ski and snowboard brands.

December
Holly Jolly Fun Run and Santa Sunday - 5k race has a holiday theme, and Santa costumes are encouraged to benefit the Community Fund. Sunday more than 250 Santas cruising down to South Ridge to benefit the fund. Santas must be in full Santa-attire.
Winterfest Weekend - Kick off the Holiday Season, on Sunday River's Birthday with Christmas and Hanakkua festivities. Plus Night Skiing and Riding opens for the season!
Christmas Vacation Week - A full week of celebration, including a Christmas Eve Worship Service, lots of slopeside fun with Eddie the Yeti and a New Year's Eve Bash!

January -
Holiday Hangover - Women's wellness weekend.
Indie Demo Day - Test out high-end gear from craft ski and snowboard brands.
Children's Festival - A mid-winter celebration of skiing families when kids ski free.
Go50 Week - A week dedicated to our exceptional over-50 crowd.
Maine Beer Company Peak Dinner - An intimate dinner up at the Peak Lodge.

February -
Chef Summit - Bringing top chefs from across New England to the mountains.
White Out Weekend - Winter's hottest 3 day GLBTQ party!
Presidents Week - - A long weekend and full week of great skiing and tons of fun with something to suit everyone, including live music and fireworks!

March -
24 hour Charity Challenge - Help Wildcat raise money in our first ever 24-hour challenge this coming March. See their website for more details to come soon!
Spring Après Concert Series - Spring skiing, sunshine, drinks, and entertainment.
Annual Maine Adaptive Ski-A-Thon - Raising money to help handicaopped skiers
Eat the Heat Chili Cookoff - Hot chili and even hotter firefighters
World Pro Ski Tour - The World Pro Ski Tour returns with the Pro Ski Challenge

April -
Spring FestivalBringing the beach to the slopes with the biggest spring party in New England snow country.
Maine Brew Fest ~ Spring SessionMaine Brew Fest, an incredible addition to our annual Spring Festival!
Pond-A-Palooza - The bigger the splash, the better the prize
The Great Tailgate - Spring isn't complete without a rockin' parking lot party!


Cross-Country Skiing

GREAT GLEN TRAILS - 603-466-2333 - greatglentrails.com

November -
Skiers Open House - Enjoy a fun evening of socializing, checking out new gear and clothing, trying out some fatbikes for free, and awesome door prizes. Pizza and refreshments too.
Great Glen Craft Fair - Always the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The aroma of fresh baked goods welcomes you! Crafters take over the base lodge and are spread out on all three floors! Woodworking, photography, knitting, specialty soaps and lotions, jewelry, wreaths, and much more—including live demonstrations.
Nordic Warm Up - Dry Land Training - Tuesdays with Sue Wemyss Ski School Director

December -
Nordic Warm Ups - Tuesdays with Sue Wemyss Ski School Director. Skiing without poles, games on skis, balance drills, specific strength, slaloming & figure eights, single technique concentrations, ski video viewing, stretching
Great Glen Kids Ski Club - Bill Koch League, Sunday Afternoons ongoing thru March
Evening Snowshoe Tours - The wonder of a night time winter walk: Join a Naturalist from the Appalachian Mountain Club on a guided snowshoe tour. Use your senses (and no flashlights) to navigate the trails and listen for owls.
Ski with a Naturalist - Ski with a naturalist from the Appalachian Mountain Club, learn about the flora and fauna, scout for tracks in the snow.
Penguins and Polar Bears Nordic Ski Camp - will focus on games and fun while teaching cross country ski basics for kids ages six to eleven years old.

January - March
Ski with a Naturalist
- Ski with a naturalist from the Appalachian Mountain Club, learn about the flora and fauna, scout for tracks in the snow.
Learn to Cross-Country Ski Month - Every Monday*, Wednesday and Thursday offering a Learn-to-Ski lesson package for FIRST TIME skiers for less than half price.
Nordic Meisters - Tuesdays for eight weeks, skiers of all abilities challenge themselves on the long or short race courses, prizes awarded in age categories and through a raffle.
Nordic Demo Day Try that new equipment you have been eyeing. The latest demo gear from Atomic, Rossignol, Salomon, Fischer, Tubbs and more! Company representatives answer your questions.
Evening Snowshoe Tour - Experience the wonder of a night time winter walk on snowshoes, with an AMC Naturalist.
Women's Winter Escape unique chance to learn and take part in a variety of activities with other women in small groups, providing for personalized attention from expert instructors.
Ski Snowshoe and Fat Bike to the Clouds Long referred to as “North America’s Toughest 10K”, the course has an average grade of 12% over the last 6K as you climb the final 2,200 vertical feet.

NANSEN SKI TRAILS - 603.752.4916 - skinansen.com

January -
Annual Nansen-Milan Winter Festival - Friday theu Sunday - Burning of the Greens, Ice Skating @ Milan Village Green, XC Skiing & Snowshoeing, Kids Treasure Hunt & Games, Nordic Ski Races, Dog Sled Tours

February -
Annual Dinner Dance & Raffle Night - Dinner and Dancing and variety of items raffled off troughout the night at White Mtn. Chalet in Berlin.  Nansen’s largest fundraiser.

Mt. Washington

MT. WASHINGTON AUTO ROAD - 603-466-3988 - mtwashingtonautoroad.com

Sunrise Snowcoach Tour - Experience an unforgettable winter sunrise at treeline from the comfort of the Mt. Washington SnowCoach.

MOUNT WASHINGTON OBSERVATORY - 603-356-2137 -mountwashington.org



Hiking and Dinner & a Movie

AMC PINKHAM NOTCH VISITOR CENTER - 603-466-2727 outdoors.org/


Climbing and Avalanche Info

FRIENDS OF TUCKERMAN RAVINE - 603-367-4417 - friendsoftuckerman.org



Music, Theatre & Arts

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



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