Calendar of Events in Mt Washington Valley

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Many local events are either cancelled or postponed. Some have been reformatted to a virtual event. Please check with each individual business to confirm.

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MAY 2021

May 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 25 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 30 , 31

Conway Scenic Railroad Valley Trains




Conway Valley Train:  This excursion is geared towards families with small children and is an old fashioned train ride through the woods that does not climb the mountains, but you can view the mountains in the distance.

Bartlett Valley Train:  This excursion is also an old fashioned train ride that goes over the river and through the woods, it does not climb but is a relaxing ride on vintage rail cars.


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May 15

Live Music!


Tuckerman Brewing is offering live music outside

3-6 pm

Full Summer Calendar on website


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May 16 , 23 , 30

Live Music on the Patio

Join us for live solo entertainers every Sunday

Red Parka Pub

Music is from 5-7 and will be on our garden patio weather permitting


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May 19 , 26

Jonathan Sarty entertains at the Red Parka Pub

Join us for great entertainment by Jonathan Sarty from 5-7

Weather permitting, he will play on our outdoor patio.

Dine and enjoy great music!


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May 22

White Horse Thrift Store Grand Opening

232 Route 16B, Center Ossipee, NH 

(Indian Mound Plaza)

Come celebrate the Grand Opening of our new location for our Thrift Store.  Enjoy music, food & store-wide sale.

We will be feature a few local "celebrities":

Mychael David - country/rock musician 

J.K. Woodward - Artist for IDW, Marvel, Star Trek, Dr. Who and more

Kyle Farace - "Forged in Fire" reality TV show champion

Kaila Cumings - "Naked and Afraid XL" Survivalist

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May 27

Spring Tune Up: Get Your Bike Ready to Ride this Season


Filmed live from the North Conway REI Bike Shop, hear from a certified bike tech & learn the basics of bike maintenance.

You'll learn about the most common repairs you can make at home and the tools you'll need.   


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May 29

Denmark Arts Center Music in the Park-Lott String Quartet

Bicentennial Park-Denmark Arts Center, 50 West Main Street Denmark, ME 04022

Denmark Arts Center (DAC) Performances and Kids Camps will be held in Bicentennial Park across from the Arts Center. DAC will follow CDC guidelines for outdoor events. Performances will be a Pay-What-You-Can this summer (suggested donation $10). Pre-registration is required.

The New Orleans-based Lott String Quartet (LSQ), artists-in-residence at the University of New
Orleans have quickly established themselves as one of the pre-eminent ensembles in the
Southeast. LSQ is comprised of Kurt Munstedt, Benjamin Thacher, Rachel Hsieh, and Luke Fleming.

Selected to attend the 2019 and 2020 St. Lawrence String Quartet Chamber Music
Seminar in Stanford, CA and nominated for a Gambit Magazine’s Big Easy Entertainment
Award for best chamber music performance, the Lotts have sought innovative new ways of
connecting with their community, whether that be performing the national anthem at
professional sporting events or performing free concerts for the community and students in a
local record shop. They remain committed to bringing the great works of string quartet
literature to life for their audiences and sharing their enthusiasm both as performers and
educators.  Saturday May 29 in Bicentennial Park 4pm a rain or shine event-bring your lawn chair and weather appropriate clothing. There will be no programs for the afternoon performance, nor an intermission keeping in line with CDC guideline.

The Lott Quartet Presents: Mendelssohn, Walker, Shaw.

Hailing from New Orleans, The Lott Quartet presents an afternoon of contemporary and romantic classical music. The program will include George Walker’s poignant Lyric for Strings (1946), Mendelssohn’s dramatic and final String Quartet in F minor, op 80 (1847), and Caroline Shaw’s kaleidoscopic Entr’acte (2011).


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May 29 , 30

Memorial Day Craft Fair

North Conway Village

Craft Fair


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