Experience the Monadnock region’s unique rustic feel with fine dining in our local restaurants! If you plan on visiting Chesterfield, Peterborough, Walpole, Harrisville, or surrounding towns, then one of these four restaurants might offer the perfect evening for you! Each establishment on this list is only a taste of what our region has to offer.
Looking for a weekend getaway or a place to host your wedding? Do you love animals, nature, and fresh food harvested from healthy local soil? Stick around to discover the wonderful opportunities for fun and exploration visiting Monadnock region farms! In addition to onsite farm stands and stores stocked with seasonal, local produce and artisan
There’s no time like the Winter to check out some of the coziest bed & breakfast joints in the area! Not only do they embody warmth and welcome but they also embody the history of our community. The Monadnock Region offers remote getaway opportunities, farm life extravaganza, beautiful architecture, and spectacular night skies. Read below
Historic Harrisville, Inc. presents a Family Dance at St. Denis Church, Harrisville, NH 03450. The music and dances will be in the tradition of the New England barn dance. On Sunday, August 14, from 6:00-8:00 pm, Allison Aldrich Smith of Nelson will teach and call delightful dances for all levels of experience. Her accordion playing,
Harrisville, New Hampshire. Roads that meander with the natural curve of rivers, ponds, and lakes. A profusion of trees backlit by sunlight that open to reveal expansive fields and resolute stonewalls. These are the picturesque images that will lead you – no matter which direction you’re coming from – toward the quaint brick village of
From Abbot Thayer to Mark Twain, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau, the dramatic views of Mount Monadnock in southwest New Hampshire have captivated people for centuries. The “Mountain That Stands Alone” continues to hold rank as the second most climbed mountain in the world behind Mt. Fuji, drawing an estimated 80,000 to 100,000
Listening to acapella by candle light in Keene. Watching the Nutcracker stream live from Moscow at Peterborough Players. Cutting your own christmas tree at Carabee Tree Farm in Greenfield. Finding fresh local winter greens at Farmer John’s Plot in Dublin. Treating your loved ones to a gourmet 5-course holiday luncheon at Pickity Place in Mason.
Throughout December community centers, libraries, stores, civic centers, and galleries around the Monadnock region exhibit the work of talented local and nationally renowned artists. It doesn’t take but a moment to stop, and become immersed in peaceful contemplation at the many artistic interpretations of beauty, detail and color. Plus, who knows, you might just find
Walk into any grocery store, retail shop, school, or business in the Monadnock region during the holiday season and you’ll find clothing bins, food baskets and collection jars overflowing with donations to help our neighbors in need. From children to CEOs, the generosity shown by community members in November – and throughout the month of