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Lake Life Local Events March 21st-27th

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...

Mar 21 8 minutes read

Game Time Trivia at Hobbs Tavern March 21st

Monday 7-9pm | Hobbs Tavern | 2415 White Mountain Highway, West Ossipee

Swing by Hobbs Tavern on Mondays at 7pm for Game Time Trivia. Great Prizes!


Butterworth to East Rattlesnake March 23rd

Wednesday 1-3pm | Squam Lakes Association534 US Rte 3, Holderness

Hike up the Rattlesnake network before the mud season begins! Join the SLA for an afternoon hike up the Butterworth Trail to the East Rattlesnake summit. This is an out-and-back hike totaling 1.4 miles that involves a moderate uphill climb to the top of the summit. At the top, we’ll stop for a break to drink water, eat snacks, and take pictures of the view before heading back down. Please make sure to wear weather-appropriate attire.

What to Bring: Please wear comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and bring extra layers. Please also bring:

Water

Microspikes or snowshoes, depending on weather conditions. If these aren’t available to you, SLA is able to provide microspikes and snowshoes for up to six participants.

Hiking poles, if you have them. SLA is able to provide hiking poles for up to 3 participants.

Audience: Anyone able to hike on steep uneven terrain. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Location: Meet at the Butterworth Trailhead on Metcalf Road off of Route 113.

Registration: Registration is required. Space is limited to 10 people. Click here to register for this program

*Please know that this hike is subject to cancellation based on trail conditions. Click here to learn more about Mud Season and why we close some trails.

Laconia District Band Concert at the Colonial Theater March 23rd

Wednesday 6pm | The Colonial Theatre | 617 Main St, Laconia

The Laconia School District presents their 2022 Spring Band Concert. Admission is free but tickets are required. Tickets will be available at the door, subject to availability.

Directed by: Krin Monterose & Danielle Janos

Watercolor Workshop March 23rd

Wednesday 1:00-3:00pm | Lakes Region Art Association | 120 Laconia Rd Suite 132, Tilton

Watercolor Workshops
with Pat Edsall
Wednesdays 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., $40 includes all materials
You must pre-register with Pat
Call 603-472-3733 or email [email protected]


Polliwogs March 23rd & 24th

Wednesday and Thursday 10-11am | Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center | 928 White Oaks Road, Laconia

Wednesday- Fairy Houses

Thursday- Magnificent Mud

More at www.prescottfarm.org.



World Tavern Trivia Night at the Bob House March 24th

Thursdays at 6:00pm | The Bob House | 520 Whittier Hwy, Moultonborough

Join us every Thursday night until May!

Visit us at www.thebobhouseandreelntavern.com


Family Movie: Clifford the Big Red Dog March 24th

Thursday 3:30-5pm | Laconia Public Library | 695 Main St, Laconia

Emily Elizabeth, her fun uncle, and her 10-foot tall dog Clifford set off on an adventure around New York City. In the Auditorium for families with children ages 3-12.

Rated PG

Runtime: 1 hr., 37 min.

Live Music at Twin Barns March 25th

Friday 5-8pm | Twin Barns Brewing Co. | 194 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith

Mikey G at Twin Barns this Friday! Don't miss this live music!

Discover Squam at Night March 26th

Saturday 8-10pm | Squam Lakes Association534 US Rte 3, Holderness

Join the SLA on a hike through the forest and to an overlook of Big and Little Squam. Increase your knowledge of the nocturnal and discover what happens in the woods and lake at night. What do plants do without the sun around? Do fish sleep? How do you tell one owl’s call from another? Be sure to bring warm layers and a headlamp or flashlight for this hike, which will take place at Whitten Woods and will include about two miles of walking over moderate terrain.

What to Bring: Make sure to bring weather appropriate hiking clothes, extra layers, water, and headlamps/flashlights.

The SLA can provide snowshoes & microspikes for up to six participants. 

Audience: All ages welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Location: Meet at Whitten Woods trailhead off of Highland Street in Ashland.

This 500+ acre property is owned by the New England Forest Foundation (NEFF), on which the Squam Lakes Conservation Society (SLCS) holds the conservation easement, and we maintain the trails.

Registration: Registration is required. Space is limited to 10 people. Click here to register for this program.

*Please know that this hike is subject to cancellation based on trail conditions. Click here to learn more about Mud Season and why we close some trails.

Live Music at Twin Barns March 26th

Saturday 5-8pm | Twin Barns Brewing Co. | 194 Daniel Webster Hwy, Meredith

Eric Marcs at Twin Barns this Saturday! Don't miss this live music!

Piano Music in the Loft March 26th

Saturday 5-7pm | Hermit Woods Winery | 72 Main St, Meredith

Join us from 5:00 to 7:00 on most Friday and Saturday nights for live piano music. Hermit Woods is proud to have acquired one of the finest instruments around for a venue of our size, a Yamaha C3 Grand Piano, and we look forward to sharing its beautiful sound with you with some of our finest local pianists.


 

Open Art Classes in Drawing & Painting March 26th

Saturday 10:00am-12:00pm | Lakes Region Art Association & Art Gallery | 120 Laconia Rd Suite 132, Tilton

Instructed by Tom Hitchcock
Every Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to noon
To register call Tom at (603) 496-6768


 

Wild Winter Walk at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center March 26th

Saturday 10:00-11:30am | Squam Lake Science Center | 23 Science Center Rd, Holderness

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center offers a winter program for adults and families with children ages 6 and up. Learn about the animals who live at the Science Center during the winter. Most of them stay in the same place, just as they would in the wild. A staff naturalist will lead a guided walk on the live animal exhibit trail to see the 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 participants can bring their own. Children must be accompanied by an adult. This program is all outdoors. Dress to be outdoors with insulated snow boots, hats, gloves, and warm layers. Pre-registration is required for all programs at www.nhnature.org.

Cost: $9/member; $11/non-member

Ages 6 and up

To register for this event, and learn about upcoming programs, and membership go to www.nhnature.org or call 603-968-7194.


Local Wedding Expo March 27th

Sunday 1-4pm | Hobbs Tavern | 2415 White Mountain Highway, West Ossipee

Join us on Sunday, March 27 from 1:00-4:00 pm for a showcase of local wedding vendors in our beautifully appointed event space!

Enjoy complimentary appetizers from our Hobbs Kitchen and meet Lakes Region wedding vendors ready to answer your questions about your upcoming nuptials. Our upstairs bar will be open for beverages purchases while you browse our vendor booths.

Confirmed vendors:

- Batter Up Bakery
- Silver Lake Floral Design
- S+S Entertainment
- Joe Martin Photography
- Through the Pines Photography
- Ossipee Tailor Service
- Showcase Rentals and Planning Service
- JCo Travel Company
- & more TBA!


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