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Lake Life Local Event February 1st-7th

Courtney Constant

Before her career in real estate, Courtney graduated from Plymouth State University with a degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in HR...

Before her career in real estate, Courtney graduated from Plymouth State University with a degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in HR...

Feb 1 5 minutes read

Trivia Night February 1st

Monday 7-9pm | Hobbs Tavern

Put your brain power to the test every Monday night here at Hobbs Tavern and brewing Company! Our friends at Game Time Trivia brings the fun while we serve up our great food and fresh beer.

Be sure to call us at 603-539-2000 to reserve a table for you and your team and get 5 bonus points to start the night. Winning teams walk away with great prizes and of course bragging rights.

Art in You with Larry Frates February 2nd

Tuesday 1:30-2:00pm | Online | Facebook Live

Join Belknap Mill Artist-in-Residence, Larry Frates weekly for a free virtual cartooning art lesson on Facebook

Watch Here

Eagles and New Hampshire Lakes Webinar February 3rd

Wednesday 7-9pm |  Funspot | 579 Endicott St N, Laconia

Join NH LAKES and the New Hampshire Audubon on Wednesday, February 3, at 7:00 p.m., for the webinar “Eagles and New Hampshire’s Lakes.”

Eagles soaring over our lakes is becoming a more and more common occurrence in New Hampshire. Tune in and find out how the population of eagles is recovering throughout the state and what you can do to help!

This session will be presented by Chris Martin, Senior Biologist with the New Hampshire Audubon.

This webinar is part of the “Explore Lakes with NH LAKES” webinar series—a monthly event being offered through spring 2021. Hundreds of participants have tuned in since it kicked off in October 2020 and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive!

For more information: For more information, visit nhlakes.org, email [email protected], or call 603.226.0299. Photo credit: Jack Dorsey

Wacky Wednesdays at Funspot February 3rd

Wednesday 5-10pm |  Funspot | 579 Endicott St N, Laconia

At #Funspot we love Wednesdays! From 5PM till close we've got discounts on #bowling, #pizza, and in our #tavern! See you at the Spot! 🕹️🎳⛳🎂🍕🍺😀

Trivia Night February 3rd

Wednesday 6-8pm | Twin Barns Brewing Co | 194 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith

Grab your teams and join us at Twin Barns Brewing and put your brains to work for some great prizes.

Silent Film Series: Way Down East February 4th

Thursday 6:30-8:30pm | The Flying Monkey Move House & Performance Center | 39 South Main St, Plymouth

Enjoy a silent film in a restored movie house with live musical accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis.

Starring Lillian Gish and Richard Barthelmess. Griffith’s enduring box-office smash sees Lillian Gish pitted against small town New England and one very large waterfall. Features Gish as a wronged woman who can’t escape her past. Still-thrilling climax on ice floes heading towards the falls was filmed on the Connecticut River! Engrossing melodrama, and the silent era’s fifth-highest grossing motion picture; an audience favorite for more than a century.

General admission $10.

Music Bingo at Twin Barns Brewing Co February 6th

Saturday 6-8pm |  Twin Barns Brewing Co | 194 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith

Come to Twin Barns Brewing for some fun entertainment. Music Bingo, hosted by Holy Cow Music will put your skills to the test. Lots of fun prizes to be won, and of course, plenty of proper beer that has been raised in a barn.

Snowshoe Yoga February 6th 

Saturday 10am-12pm | Prescott Farm | 928 White Oaks Rd, Laconia

Enjoy the outdoors this winter while doing yoga! In this unique and peaceful snowshoe experience, immerse yourself in the peacefulness of nature as you practice yoga in snowshoes, are guided through a walking mediation, and are introduced to shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing.” 

Register Online Here

Wild Winter Walk February 7th

Sunday 10am-11:30am | Squam Lake Natural Science Center | 23 Science Center Rd, Holderness

Have you ever wondered what happens to the animals at the Science Center during the winter? Most of them stay in the same place, just as they would in the wild.Join a staff naturalist for a guided walk on the live animal exhibit trail to see our animal ambassadors dressed in their winter coats and discuss how these native animals are well adapted for winter in New Hampshire. If needed, snowshoes are available at no extra cost or bring your own. An adult must accompany children. This program is all outdoors; dress in warm layers with insulated snow boots, hats, and gloves. Ages 6 & up

Advance registration is required. Maximum of 10 participants per session due to Covid-19.

Cost:$8/member; $10/non-member

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