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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


March 2017

March 25 - Gosling's Rum Weekend at Sunday River
Where Bermudan rums and ski bums collide. The Gosling's Rum team will be making their way to Newry, Maine to trade white sand beaches for snowy white trails, and explore the best après-ski around. Join us this weekend for a Gosling's Rum inspired tasting, luncheon, a chance to win a Gosling's snowboard, and to ski with the rum makers, Ambrose Gosling & Malcolm Gosling Jr.

March 25 - Maine Adaptive Ski-a-thon at Sunday River
In addition to being an excellent fundraiser, the Ski-A-Thon is a ton of fun. It’s the only time during the year when a majority of our participants, volunteers, and supporters are gathered together, so we are able to celebrate as a whole community. This year, we have a goal of raising $375,000! Whether as a team member, and event sponsor or individual who provides pledges – we hope you will consider supporting us in reaching our goal.

March 26 - Chili Cook-off and Masters of the Hose Race at Sunday River
10 am - Traditionally, the Eat the Heat Chili Cookoff and Firefighters' Race combines fiery chili and even hotter firefighters careening down the slopes. But this year, there's a twist. The firefighters' race will now pit hot against cold with the Masters of the Hose Race, which invites snowmakers from around New England to compete against our brave firefighting teams. Then, instead of a restaurant-only competition, anyone can enter the Eat the Heat Chili Cookoff to be awarded Best Chili. Top it all off with live music and a Bloody Mary Bar from Shipyard Brew Haus, and you've got yourself one heck of a Sunday. 

March 26 - Youth Pay Their Age for lift tickets at Wildcat Mountain
All Day - Fun time for all -bring the family for a deal on lift tickets.

March 31 - April 1 - Spring Festival at Sunday River
Spring Festival presented by Bud Light is our way of celebrating the warmer weather while the spring skiing is absolutely phenomenal. With lodging packages, beautiful spring weather, plenty of snow, and staple events like the Margarita Mix-Off, Slip 'n' Flip, and live bands, this is not a weekend to miss. All events for this weekend will take place slopeside at White Cap.

April 2017

April 1 - Spring Festival at Sunday River
Spring Festival presented by Bud Light is our way of celebrating the warmer weather while the spring skiing is absolutely phenomenal. With lodging packages, beautiful spring weather, plenty of snow, and staple events like the Margarita Mix-Off, Slip 'n' Flip, and live bands, this is not a weekend to miss. All events for this weekend will take place slopeside at White Cap.

April 1 - Taken by Storm, 1938: at AMC Pinkham Notch Visitor's Center
8 pm - Evening Program, free and open to the public: Science and History of the Great New England Hurricane with author Dr. Lourdes Aviles. Considered the most powerful and deadliest hurricane in recent New England history, and Plymouth State University Associate Meteorology Professor Dr. Lourdes Avilés has authored a book that provides a comprehensive picture of a devastating weather event that impacted millions of lives. This presentation is offered in cooperation with the American Meteorological Society.

April 7 - Sky Blue Boys at St. Kieran Arts
7 pm - 8:30 pm - Bluegrass and Folk music and fun in the rural tradition

April 7 & 5 - Cat Scratch Fever at Wildcat Mountain
Cat Scratch Fever Freeride challenges skiers and riders to show off their wild style. It's not a freestyle event byt wow the judges with your best tricks and speed to be crowned the Cat's Meow!

April 8 - Pond-a-Palooza at Sunday River
The Bigger the Splash the Bigger the Prize! Registration space will be limited. That's right, it's so awesome and crazy that we are waiting until March to give you the full details on our annual pond skimming event. All we can tell you is that last year will look like the kiddie-pool compared to this year. Wetsuits are only recommended if you're a wimp. Apres Ski Concert.

April 8 - Thirty Eight: The Hurricane that Transformed New England at AMC Pinkham Notch
8 pm - Evening Program, free and open to the public: A hurricane will never surprise us again. But that is just what happened to the people of Long Island and New England on September 21, 1938. Join author Stephen Long as he chronicles how the hurricane of ‘38 transformed New England , bringing about social and ecological changes that can still be observed these many decades later.

April 9 - Passholder Barbecue at Sunday River
Join us for burgers, hot dogs & Shockwave Shrimp on the grill as we celebrate another incredible winter season. The best part? It's free for all season passholders.

April 14 & 15 - Pond Skim at Wildcat Mountain
12 pm - 1 pm -Get ready to gt wet and have some fun in the springtime. This event is just as good for the spectators as it is for the participants tyring to make it across the pond on skis! Costumes are welcome.

April 15 - The Great Tailgate at Sunday River
Spring isn't complete without a rockin' parking lot party! After a day on the slopes, join us for the Great Tailgate in the Barker parking lot for live music and fun. Our top tips for a great tailgate? Awesome food, sunscreen, plenty of games, a pair of shoes to change into after hitting the slopes, and responsible partying!

April 15 - Mark Scalia and Kyle Crawford at St. Kieran Arts
7 pm - 8:30 pm - Two of New England’s Best Comics

April 16 - Easter Egg Hunt at Wildcat Mountain
12 pm - 1 pm - Easter Egg Hunt is for kids 12 and under held at the Snowcat Chair and trail area.

April 15 - Intrepid Descent at AMC Pinkham Notch Visitor's Center
8 pm - Evening Program, free and open to the public: This documentary captures the classic backcountry skiing experience of Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington and explores the rich history of the ravine, which has been home to triumph and tragedy since the early 1920's. A present day narrative takes viewers from the daunting hike and climb up the Ravine to the exhilarating descent over the lip, while interviews with experts, meteorologists, and rare historical footage provide a broad and dynamic view of Tuckerman’s. A classic man-versus-nature story, Intrepid Descent pays homage both to the mountain and to the individuals who dare to pursue their passion

April 22 - Legends of American Skiing- Celebrating the 73rd Anniversary of the Inferno at AMC Pinkham Notch
8 pm - Evening Program, free and open to the public: Join film producer Rick Moulton before the showing of Legends of American Skiing. This lecture and film fall on the 73th Anniversary of the 1939 Inferno. The film depicts Toni Matt's legendary feat of Schussing the Headwall to win the race by more than a minute. The 1939 Inferno can be looked back upon as the last Big Mountain Downhill Race in America and certainly the last in the North East.

April 29 - The History and Science of Hurricanes with Kerry Emanuel Lorenz Center Massachusetts Institute of Technology at AMC Pinkham Notch
8 pm - Evening Program, free and open to the public: In this talk  Professor Emanuel will describe how hurricanes have altered the course of history and the effects they have had on nature and on human society, leading into a discussion of just what they are, how they develop and thrive in the tropics, and how we go about forecasting them today. The effect of climate change in these fascinating storms will be the final topic of the evening. This presentation is offered in cooperation with the American Meteorological Society





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