Another year has gone by and tomorrow, May 5, is Valley Pride Day once again.This is a wonderful opportunity to get out with your neighbors and help clean along our streets and do a little spring cleaning in the valley. After the clean up, you can head to the Hampton Inn in North Conway for a free luncheon, entertainment and prizes. The kids can also bring their swim suits and enjoy the hotel’s indoor pool.
Be sure to check out the Valley Pride Day Facebook page for all the details and contact information on who’s in charge for your area.
It’s also Cinco de Mayo tomorrow so after you’ve helped clean up your part of the community stop by the Wildcat Tavern for a margarita and some nachos.
As you know, there’s always something to do in Jackson and the greater North Conway area. For this weekend, April 28 &29, here’s a quick rundown on some of these events:
Food & Film Festival: Come view three films and peruse educational exhibits about health and nutrition, local foods and CSAs. Concessions and children’s activities available. Saturday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Kennett High School in North Conway. Free admission.
Jazz Performer Gretchen Parlato: Gretchen Parlato has been turning heads ever since she won the 2004 Thelonious Monk Institute International Vocal Competition. Her sultry, intriguing voice and unique, rhythmically agile phrasing came with inescapable centripetal force; the more intimate and understated she sang, the more she drew listeners in. Since
then she has toured worldwide to sold out audiences. Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
For a more complete list of fun things to do in North Conway and Jackson, NH this weekend click here.
It’s hard to believe that we’re full on into September now with the children back to school and foliage season just around the corner. The busy summer tourist season may be over but that doesn’t mean the wedding season has ended. For us, the fall wedding season is just as strong as the summer. After all, there isn’t much in this world more beautiful than being outside surrounded by the glorious autumn colors of New Hampshire.
The Wildcat Inn & Tavern in Jackson, NH is comprised of a 90 seat main dining room divided into 5 distinct spaces, a 90 seat Tavern with roaring fire places, our beautiful outdoor gardens and deck, and 12 inn rooms and suites. Each of these areas can be used exclusively for wedding rehearsal dinners, private parties or business meetings and events. For guests thinking of holding any kind of ceremony at The Wildcat there are several great locations, inside and out, for exchanging vows. There are also other great locations within walking distance of The Wildcat including, “The Little White Church” and the waterfalls.
Every event at The Wildcat Inn and Tavern is customized to meet the needs of our guests so we invite you to come for a tour of the entire inn and the beautiful grounds surrounding the inn. We look forward to helping make your event special and as wonderful as you imagine.
Though the weather has been quite rainy lately the temps are due to climb dramatically this week and land in the 70′s with a bit of sunshine mixed in. With this weekend being Memorial Day it’s a long weekend and the unofficial kickoff of summer activities here in Jackson, North Conway and the greater Mount Washington Valley. Here are just a couple of the many things to do this weekend:
Alton Weagle Day: Come help us celebrate this great man who had a great love of Mt. Washington. He climbed Mt. Washington several times and a variety of ways including walking backwards and pushing a wheel barrow full of sugar. Check out The Mt. Washington Auto Road for more details.
ENTRAIN in the Valley: The valley favorite ENTRAIN will be performing Saturday at Theater In The Wood in Intervale. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door and it’s BYOB.
Race for Reading: Also in Intervale is the annual Race for Reading. This event is a fundraiser for the Believe In Books Literacy Foundation which encourages the reading and love of books.
And of course we have live music, Jeremy Dean & Heather Pearson, performing in the Tavern Saturday night. We’ll also have prime rib available.
The weather is predicted to be fantastic this week and it’s a good thing because there’s plenty of fun happening in and around Jackson. In the Tavern we’ll have our usual Free Pasta Feed for ski area workers but we’ll also have Kristen Corrigan in for some great live music.
Down in North Conway, you’ll find the annual “Lucky Paws” on St. Patrick’s Day at Four Your Paws Only. FREE drawings and prize giveaways from our “Pot of Gold” when you bring your dog in today! Find the hidden Leprechaun within the store and win the grand prize!
Also on Thursday, Flatbread Company in the Eastern Slope Inn in North Conway is the site of a St. Patrick’s Day benefit for the Mt. Washington Valley Green Team. Flatbread will donate a portion of the proceeds of each pizza sold-eat-in or take-out– between the hours of 4 p.m. and closing on Thursday, March 17, to the Green Team. Prize raffles will also be featured. FMI: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For skiing events check out Wildcat Mountain’s St. Patrick’s Day $17 Ticket Special!
Come on up and enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day with a full day of skiing & riding and pay only $17 for your lift ticket at either Wildcat Mountain or Attitash Mountain Resort. Special lift ticket price available for all ages and no additional discounts can be applied. We’ll be serving up some holiday favorites for breakfast and lunch and Tuckerman Brewing Co. will be in the pub to spread some cheer with tastings of their fine, locally crafted brews.
Whatever you decide to do on Thursday, please be safe. We want to see you return to The Wildcat Inn & Tavern.