2017 Fourth of July

Town of Conway Festivities, Tuesday, July 4th:    1:30  - Parade in Conway Village,  3:45  - Schouler Park, North Conway, National Anthem, Entertainment (Motor Booty Affair) and  9:30 is Fireworks ( Rain date for fireworks is 7/5 @ 9:30)

The Conway Scenic Railroad will depart from Conway at 2pm, 5pm, 6pm & 7pm. The return Train will depart from North Conway for Conway at approximately 10:15 pm. Roundtrip rates are $5.00 for adults, $1.00 for children 4-12, and under 4 are free.  Stroller space will be limited, so only umbrella-style units can be accomodated.

Cranmore Mountain Resort Festivities - Celebrate Independence Day the Cranmore Way with the best party of the summer! Cranmore’s base area will be transformed into the All-American backyard barbeque with live music, a Tuckerman Brewing tasting, lawn games, fresh from the grill burgers & hot dogs, and friendly competition. All guests are welcome, and attendees are encouraged to bring the sunscreen, ‘cause we’ll bring the fun! We’ll be hosting various family-style competitions throughout the day with fun prizes for the winners.

Admission is FREE (except the f&b) and the party runs from 11am – 5pm. Guests are welcome to add to their fun by purchasing their tickets for the Mountain Adventure Park and/or Aerial Adventure.

Town of Bartlett Annual Hellen Hayes Memorial 4th of July Parade, 11am main street, BBQ and live music at 12 noon

Town of GorhamGorham rings in the holiday with New Hampshire’s longest 4th of July celebration, an event that spans four days over the July 4 weekend. The celebration promises hours of fun, food, and merriment, including parades, music, amusements, and a classic car show, topped off with a brilliant and memorable firework display.  Times and schedule TBA.

Town of Fryeburg. Tues., July 4, Parade at 10:00 am. Anyone interested in joinging the parade can find out more info at www.fryeburgrec.com