North Country Events

Nov 27, 2015

Credit Chris Jensen for NHPR

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: The newsletter typically announces events in the next week. The calendar shows you events in the coming months.

LITTLETON COMMUNITY CENTER HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE
Friday November 27 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM 123 Main Street. Annual Holiday Party, house tours, hot chocolate, cookies, fudge, cookie decorating, visit Santa 1-3, Santa will read a story at 1:00 PM. 

ANNUAL LITTLETON CHRISTMAS PARADE
Friday November 27 Noon. Parade theme is A Star Spangled Christmas Tribute to Our Heroes. Parade assembles at the Hitchiner Parking Lot on Beacon Street and travels up Main Street. This is the first local visit from Santa Claus. Large floats, small floats, clowns, marching bands. 

WARREN MILLER’S “CHASING SHADOWS”, BRETTON WOODS
Friday November 27 Bretton Woods Base Lodge and Saturday November 28 Omni Mount Washington Hotel, doors open at 6:00 PM for 7:00 PM showing. Warren Miller’s latest ski and snowboard film shows top athletes as they pursue turns on the mountains of dreams from Utah’s Wasatch to the mighty Himalaya. $15 adults. Each ticket includes a raffle entry. For more information, visit brettonwoods.com/warrenmiller. 

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR, TWIN MOUNTAIN
Saturday November 28 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Carroll Town Hall gymnasium on School Street at the junction of Route 3 and Route 302. Artisans and entrepreneurs from NH and VT, wood-crafted items, pine wreaths, maple syrup, gift baskets, crocheted goods, fleece and knit hats, chocolate candies, Christmas ornaments, knit sweaters, jewelry, photos, cards, books and more. Free admission, light lunch available. For more information, call 603 846 5434. 

CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR BENEFITS SECOND CHANCE ANIMAL RESCUE. LITTLETON
Saturday November 28 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Littleton Opera House, 2 Union Street. More than 20 artists and crafters, chili and hotdog lunch, bake sale. For more information, visit www.secondchancear.org

DANCE BENEFITS MONROE FIRST RESPONDER VOLUNTEERS
Saturday December 12 8:00 PM - Midnight. Monroe Town Hall. The local band, SideShow will play. Get your tickets early because these dances always sell out, tickets are $10 per person, available from Chief Maynard Farr (603 638 2612) or via emal to mfarr30@roadrunner.com. The all-volunteer Monroe First Aid Stabilization Team (FAST) is hosting a dance and all proceeds benefit FAST, which is a small town ambulance service that responds quickly, never charges for any treatment, medications, or interventions, take no town funding, receive no salaries, and fund raise for training and equipment costs. Adults 21 and over are welcome, enjoy chicken wings and pizza, BYOB. For more information about SideShow, visit www.facebook.com/sideshowvt

BETHLEHEM PUBLIC LIBRARY READERS CAFE BOOK DISCUSSION
Saturday December 19 9:00 AM 2245 Main Street. “Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens. Readers Cafe meets on the third Saturday of each month. Light refreshments. For more information, visit www.bethlehemlibrary.org