In New Hampshire – Nov. 2012

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Download In New Hampshire - Nov. 2012 (pdf)“Fez”tival of Trees

Fun for All Ages, the 12th Annual “Fez”-tival is an extravaganza of fully decorated, artificial trees decorated in a Christmas or other theme. All trees are beautifully lit for the enjoyment of the viewers who will come to participate in the associated festivities and purchase chances to win…

Santa to arrive by Dog Team, Tree Lighting, and Fireworks

Santa Claus is coming to town, but this time is leaving he reindeer at the North Pole. For the 22nd year in a row, Santa will make an arrival by Dog Team at the Town Square in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire. Pulled by a team of Alaskan sled dogs, Santa and his…

Jingle Bell Chocolate Tour

Nestlenook Estate and the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce invite you to make your reservations early for the Jingle Bell Chocolate Tour. Named one of the 5 “Tasty Tours of New England” by the Concord Insider “Engage all your senses”. This Horse Drawn Austrian Sleigh Ride through the Village of…

Guitarist Ed Gerhard returns to Laconia for a Holiday Concert

Join us for this very special evening with one of the country’s finest acoustic guitarists. Gerhard will perform soulful arrangements of well-loved carols, as well as his own concert favorites. Fans of guitar music and Christmas alike will want to be a part of this memorable show…

New England Craft and Specialty Food Fair

The 17th Annual New England Craft & Specialty Food Fair will be held indoor at the Rockingham Park Racetrack in Salem, NH, on Friday, November 9, Saturday, November 10, and Sunday, November 11, from 10am to 5pm daily. Over 250 of the regions finest Craftsmen and women will display and sell their crafts including Candles, Ribbon Angels, Turned Wood, Pottery, Scarves, Tapestry, Fine Jewelry, Quilts, Baskets, Photography,…

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