The dead of winter is when New England comes alive, especially during the holidays! New Hampshire’s Monadnock region, especially, loves to use the arts to celebrate this special time of year. Home to many diverse artists including dancers, actors, musicians, and crafters, what better way to ring in the holidays than through the arts? With
Bright and bold colors, dashing images, winding back roads…. these are some of the pleasures of the annual art tours over Columbus Day weekend. Whether you’re on the road or in a new studio talking to artists, it’s an adventure! Because the Monadnock area is so rich with creative talent – there are actually two
It’s summer and the kids are out of school! Are you at a loss of activities to satisfy the boundless energy and curiosity of your young kids? Are you planning a vacation or simply need some me time and an engaging day program? You’re in the right place! This July, give your young ones the
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.
Waiting for snow? You’re not alone. Mild late autumn temperatures mean outdoor, cold-weather enthusiasts of all ages are chomping at the bit to suit up – and participate in their favorite winter sports. Skating. Skiing. Snowboarding. Sledding. Snowshoeing. Winter Hiking. Sleighrides. Ice Racing. The list of winter activities is endless as long as you’re bundled
Tucked right in the middle of the Monadnock region, sits Marlborough, NH a picturesque small town blessed with scenic views of the area’s luscious landscape. Founded in 1752, the town is still packed with beautiful antique homes. The town grew around its lucrative granite quarries whose stone was shipped down toward Boston. Marlborough, NH is