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From Maple to Marinara, enjoy a month of tasty events in Mt Washington Valley, NH

Good news from Mt Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce – February 27, 2020

Contact:  Marti Mayne, 207-846=6331 or


North Conway, NH – As we finish February, dubbed one of the sweetest months in Mt Washington Valley, all taste buds turn to March for the next chapter in gastronomic getaways. From pasta dinners to New England’s sweet Maple Madness, March in the White Mountains of New Hampshire is one “sappy” month for those who love a good culinary caper.  Here’s the (ice cream) scoop on all the deliciousness in store.

Throughout March: Visit the Sugar Shack & pick up “Tap Your Own” kits at 100 Acre Wood: If there is steam rolling out of the Sugar Shack, you are welcome to step inside for a firsthand look of the historic and innovative process of turning sap into maple syrup. Stop in and taste a sample. Believe in Books will have "Tap Your Own" kits available, buckets to borrow, spiles and drill bits to purchase. They provide the supplies - you provide the trees! Kits will be available in our 100-Acre Wood Sugar Shack on the weekends and at Believe in Books office during the week. After you've collected your sap, you can bring it back to the Sugar Shack and trade it for maple syrup! Info: .

March 1: Leap into Spring Five Course "Bubbly Brunch" at The Oxford House Inn & Restaurant: The Oxford House Inn & Nappi Distributors invite you to a very special five course brunch starting at 11:30am for reception and noon for brunch.  Enjoy Chef Jonathan Spaks's fabulous menu while savoring and learning about sparkling wines from around the world.  $58 per person, plus tax & gratuity. Seating is limited; call 207-935-3442 for reservations. Info:

March 7: 3rd Annual Chili & Beer Tasting Fundraiser at Castle in the Clouds: Enjoy two hours of tasting, mingling and music from 3:30-5:30pm, on the first floor of the Carriage House. Beer and chili provided by local restaurants and breweries. Info: .      

March 6, 7, 13, 14: $29 Powder & Pasta evenings at Bretton Woods: Ski or ride the first two weekend evenings in March until 8pm* and enjoy a delicious pasta dinner for $29! Or get on the slopes at 2pm* for $53. Dinners feature penne pasta with a classic red Italian sauce or savory white alfredo sauce, and your choice of meatballs or grilled chicken, a side of fresh garlic bread all topped with parmesan cheese. This tasty meal will keep you going strong until the lifts close. This night skiing deal includes a lift ticket and dinner.  *Night Skiing hours are 4pm - 8pm. Twilight from 2pm-8pm. Info: click here.

March 15: Paddy O’Paws Brunch & Auction: Help raise money for emergency care provided by Conway Area Humane Society at this brunch and silent auction fundraiser at Red Jacket Mountain View Resort. Enjoy scrumptious brunch fare and a silent then live auction featuring local celeb and auctioneer, George Cleveland. Tickets are $50.00. Info:

March 17: Green Beer & Irish Snacks in the Pub at Wildcat:   Celebrate St Patrick’s day on the slopes at Wildcat. Dress in green and take advantage of specially priced online lift ticket prices, then top it all off with green beer and Irish snacks in the pub afterward. .

March 20-21: Jimmy Buffet - Caribbean Weekend at Max's Restaurant at Snowvillage Inn: Pull out the parrot head garb and get ready for some boat drinks and Cheeseburgers in Paradise! This annual Caribbean themed party helps melt away the winter blues with some hot island magic.  The island getaway weekend features the sounds of calypso and drums, Mango Groove, Rum punch boat drinks and fabulous Jimmy Buffet/Caribbean fare.  Make a weekend out of it with the Island Getaway package or come for the dinner.  Info:

March 21-22: 25th Annual New Hampshire Maple Weekend & Remick Open House in the Sugarhouse:  Visit sugar houses throughout the state for tastings and demonstrations sponsored by the NH Maple Producers Association. At Remick Country Doctor Museum and Farm, enjoy outdoor demonstrations of historical maple sugaring practices on Saturday, including Doc Remick’s handmade backyard boiler. Visit the sugarhouse at the museum and farm to watch and learn how a modern evaporator works, then sample a Remick-made maple product while supplies last. Take homeRemick-made treats and their own maple syrup too. Info on NH Maple Weekend and participating sugar houses is here. Info on Remick Open House in the sugarhouse is here.

For more information on delicious deals and culinary capers in Mt Washington Valley, please visit or call 800-367-3364. To learn more about New Hampshire vacations, go to

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