Take a ride to Spring Ledge Farm this Saturday for their annual Corn Roast, Tomato Tasting and Beef Roast from 1-3pm. They'll have their fresh-picked sweet corn roasted with herb butters, samples of Star Lake Farm beef (a delicious smoked brisket), Walpole Creamery Ice Creams, Chocolate milk from MacNamara Dairy, Spring Ledge Farm cider donuts, Effie's Oatcakes, Good Loaf baguettes with Vegeteball's Pesto, Garfield's Smoked cheese niblets and many other samples. $5 donation goes to local food banks. www.springledgefarm.com
You have until this Sunday, 8/9, to visit Mt. Sunapee Resort and view the annual League of NH Craftsmen's Fair. The Fair showcases the work of more than 350 craftspeople's items made by hand. It's the place to see an incredible variety of beautiful, one-of-a-kind craft items that are functional, decorative, and built to last.
And don't forget the Adventure Park at South Peak! You'll find disc golf, mini-golf, guided canopy tours, an aerial challenge course and more!
Visit their web site and come enjoy the local fun, www.mtsunapee.com
Get your friends and family and meet at the Town Green for the first annual Strawberry Festival, June 27 and 28. The Center for the Arts will also present the annual Arts on the Green on Saturday with fine art, music, vendors and activities for kids.
Then Sunday the 28th, more fun can be had at the New London Historical Society, Little Sunapee Road where there will be crafts, games, alpaca visits and strawberry ice cream tasting! Ride a horse drawn buggy to Spring Ledge Farm and experience the past and present.
There's lots to do in the Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire - click here for more area events!
School is out and the warm weather is finally here! With that brings the great, free community concerts, programs at The Fells and Lake Sunapee Protective Association and lots of other fun activities. To see what's happening, visit our Community Calender on our web site www.coldwellbanker.com
With some warmer temperatures and snow melting, it's time to think Spring! Spring Ledge Farm will be holding their first seed sowing workshop on March 28th between 10am and 2pm. This will be the third year of this very popular program where you can sow your own seed tray using their seeds, their soil, advice and even their greenhouse space to grow them for a month. Cost for the workshop is $18. You will take home a seed tray with 100 plants of spring hope and promise. Alternatively, for $36, they will grow your seed tray for five weeks, and you can pick it up in the beginning of May. There is no limit on the number of seed trays you sow. The results of a seed tray grown in a greenhouse, with full light, regular watering, fertilizer and daily attention are excellent. Estimated total time needed to pick out seeds and sow the trays to be about 30 minutes. Hope to see you there!
To see other workshops being offered and more details/information, go to www.springledgefarm.com
The SRK Greenway Coalition winter hikes are free to the public. Please call the volunteer hike leader to learn starting location and time. (E) Easy; (M) Moderate; (D) Difficult, Be prepared for winter conditions: extra layers, hot drink, prepared for ice and snow. & see www.srkg.org
JANUARY HIKES: Jan 24 (Sat) Tom Lawton (447-1995): Lunch at Mount Sunapee summit! First climb the steep Newbury Trail to cliffs over Lake Solitude. Descend the westside Summit Trail. 5.2 miles (D) Jan 31 (Sat) Lisa Correa (518-281-1494): The Fells trails to Lake Sunapee. Easy snowshoe (or micro-spike) walking, talking, listening for a few beautiful hours.(E) FEBRUARY HIKES: Feb 7 (Sat) Nathan Richer (763-2127): If Mother Nature cooperates this will be a XC ski tour of the old King Ridge ski area in Sutton, off SRKG trail #13. Ever look for avalanche terrain on King Hill? Who would have thought! (M) Feb 14 (Sat) Henry Howell (938-5706): Cross over the Lane River in South Sutton for an exploration of lowlands forests, river edge, glacial erratics and who knows what. (E) Feb 21 (Sat) Lee Carvalho (735-5719): Frank Baker, outdoorsman in East Andover, will lead us on a snow shoe exploration to special spots in the East Andover woods. Up to 5 miles of back trails and wanders (M) Feb 28 (Sat) George Beaton (938-2637): In Bradford hills a snowshoe hike for views at Aiken Pasture. Depending on snow levels either (E) or (M). MARCH HIKES: Mar 7 (Sat) Gerry Gold (526-2857) Snowshoe to Lucia’s Lookout on Sunapee-Pillsbury Ridge from Andrew Brook Trail and Lake Solitude in Newbury. (D) For SRKGC information go to www.srkg.com. SRK Greenway Trail Guides are available at local book stores. The SRK Greenway Coalition is an all-volunteer non-profit organization with members throughout the Sunapee-Ragged-Kearsarge region and beyond. ************************************************************************ Known for service, trusted for results – Coldwell Banker Milestone Real Estate.
The 2015 Winter Carnival is just about upon us with awesome, fun activities beginning Monday, January 19th through Saturday, January 24th. Click here for the schedule of events. Come out and enjoy the winter fun!
Get off the couch and take the kids ice fishing! The Elkins Fish and Game Club will be sponsoring an ice fishing event on Kezar Lake on Saturday, January 17th. Check in starts at 6am and fish measuring ends at 3pm. Prized will be awarded at 3:30pm.
Costs are $12 for adults, $8 veterans and free for kids under 16. Register online or go to the Welcome Tent. A 50-50 raffle will be sold during the day; winner need not be present.
For details and to download the entry form, go to elkinsfishandgame.net/elkins_icefishing.html
Dress warm and enjoy the outdoors!
New London 4-8pm
Watch the cars and keep your little ones safe. Happy Halloween!
Come to this photo presentation and discussion by Kittie Wilson, "Little Loon Grows Up!" It will be held at the Brown Memorial Library, 78 W. Main Street, Bradford, NH on Tuesday, August 5th at 7pm. Kittie will share her observations and photographs of a loon family on Pleasant Lake in New London. She is a volunteer for the Loon Preservation Committee and recipient of the 2009 Spirit of the Loon Award. Sponsored by the Bradford Conservation Commission.