ALONG ROUTE 16 EVENTS

 Event dates and times subject to change; please call ahead for updates/to confirm.

AUGUST

Through Aug. 17, Spider’s Web, Barnstormers Theatre, downtown Tamworth, tickets/info: 323-8500, www.barnstormerstheatre.org.

 Through Aug. 30, Michele Johnsen exhibit,Art Gallery at the Rochester Performance & Arts Center, public welcome, 32 N. Main St., Rochester, 948-1099.

Through Columbus Day, Unexpected Encounters,art exhibit by Mimi Wiggin, The Libby Museum, 755 N. Main St., Wolfeboro, 569-1035, www.thelibbymuseum.org.

Aug. 2-11, Freedom Old Home Week, events throughout Freedom,www.freedomoldhomeweek.net.

Aug. 5, Cruise Night at the Crossing, 5:30 pm, antique cars and hot rods, Settler’s Crossing, N. Conway, Mt. Washington Valley Old Car Club, 356-7031.

Aug. 5, Solar Gazing in the Field with NH Astronomical Society, noon-4 pm, free, weather permitting, Castle in the Clouds, Moultonboro, 476-5900, castleintheclouds.or

Aug. 6, Land Sports, part of Freedom Old Home Week, Freedom Elementary School, 40 Loon Lake Rd., Freedom, info:elies4@comcast.net.

Aug. 6, Movies on the Green, yard games, face painting, movie at dusk, on the green near Timberland at Settler’s Green Outlet Village, 2 Common Court, N. Conway, 356-7031, info@settlersgreen.com.

Aug. 8, Annual Boathouse Tour,9 am-4 pm, visit historic and new boathouses on Lake Winnipesaukee. Take the tour on water in a vintage wooden boat, by land in your own car, or by land in an antique automobile. Two tour launch times for boats and antique cars: 9 am and 1 pm. Tour departs from Meredith Bay. www.NHBM.org.

Aug. 6, Movies on the Green, yard games, face painting, movie at dusk, on the green near Timberland at Settler’s Green Outlet Village, 2 Common Court, N. Conway, 356-7031, info@settlersgreen.com.

Aug. 6, Rug Braiding with Misty Batchelder, 11:30 am-1:30 pm, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831. (Also Aug. 13 & 27). 

Aug. 6, Shawn Colvin concert, 8 pm, Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield, ME, www.stonemountainartscenter.com, 207-935-7292.

Aug. 7, Live Animal Show, 2 pm, The Libby Museum, 755 N. Main St., Wolfeboro, 569-1035, www.thelibbymuseum.org.

Aug. 7, Yoga at the Castle, 6 pm, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, $15 per person per class.

Aug. 8, Artisans on the Green, 10 am-4 pm, Sandwich Town Green, watch artisans at work, vendors offering arts and crafts for sale, lunch available from Sandwich Women’s Club, 284-6831.

Aug. 8, Hot Sardines concert, 7:30 pm, presented by Great Waters Music Festival, takes place at Kingswood Arts Center, Wolfeboro, tickets/info:greatwaters.org or 569-7710.

Aug. 8, Ice Cream Social, 6-7:30 pm, Freedom Town Offices and Gazebo, 33 Old Portland Rd., Freedom,www.freedomoldhomeweek.net.

Aug. 8, Naturalist Led Boat Cruise, 4-5:30 pm, Tin Mt. Conservation Group & Fishing Nerds guide service cruise on Silver Lake, East Shore Drive, Madison, reserve: 447-6991, www.tinmountain.org.

Aug. 8, Outdoor Walk, 10-11:30 am, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Aug. 8, Pops Concert & Fireworks Show, with opening act at 6 pm, concert at 7 pm,Arts Jubilee, bring a picnic and lawn chairs or blanket, Cranmore Mt. Resort, N. Conway, info/tickets: www.artsjubilee.org.

Aug. 8-17, Spider’s Web, The Barnstormers, summer theatre, Tamworth village, tickets: 323-8500,www.barnstormerstheatre.org

Aug. 9, Annual Arts & Crafts Fair, 9:30 am-3 pm, Freedom Elementary School, 40 Loon Lake Rd. Sponsored by Freedom Community Club, www.freedomoldhomeweek.net.

Aug. 9, Stay and Play, birth to pre-school, 10:15 am, meet other youngsters, stories, playtime,Gafney Library, High St., Sanbornville, info: 603-522-3401.

Aug. 9 & 10, Snow White, Theater in the Wood, 41 Observatory Way, Intervale, 8/9 at 5 pm & 8/10 at 10 am, www.believeinbooks.org.

Aug. 9-11, On the Green 2 Arts & Crafts Festival,10 am-5 pm on Fri. & Sat.; 10 am-4 pm on Sunday, 80 Academy Drive, Rt. 28, Wolfeboro, 90 exhibitors, www.joycescraftshows.com.

Aug. 10, Alton Bay Boat Show,9 am-noon, 41st year of informal, non-judged vintage boat show at Alton Bay town docks as part of the Alton Old Home Day. No advance registration necessary. All “woodies” and “classic” boats welcome on a first-come-first-served basis. Visitors can vote for the 2019 People’s Choice Awards. Info: NH Boat Museum, 569-4554.

Aug. 10, 15thAnnual Old Home Week 5K Road Race, 7 am registration starts, race at 8:30 am, Freedom Elementary School, 40 Loon Lake Rd., Freedom,register: www.freedomoldhomeweek.net, info: 730-4814.

Aug. 10, Family Fun Day, 11 am-2 pm, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, free, castleintheclouds.org.

Aug. 10, Landscape Painting,10 am-2:30 pm, The Libby Museum, 755 N. Main St., Wolfeboro, 569-1035, www.thelibbymuseum.org.

Aug. 10, Michael Vincent Band, Cate Park Band Concert,7 pm, Town Docks, Wolfeboro. 

Aug. 10, Movies in the Park, Ralph Breaks the Internet, dusk, free admission, soccer field by Back Bay, bring blanket for seating, Wolfeboro. 

Aug. 10, 17th Annual Woods, Water and Wildlife Festival, Moose Mt. Regional Greenways, info: 978-7125, info@mmrg.info.

Aug. 10, Sunset Concert Series with Erin Harpe and the Delta Swingers, 7 pm, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980.

Aug. 10, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Aug. 10-11, 27th Annual Lincoln Summer Craft Festival,Castleberry Fairs, takes place at village shops and on the town green, Sat.: 10 am-7 pm; Sun.: 10 am-4 pm, www.castleberryfairs.com

Aug. 10-11, Inter-Tribal Pow Wow, 10 am-5 pm, 2145 White Mt. Highway, Ossipee,www.motherearthscreation.com.

Aug. 12, Cruise Night at the Crossing, 5:30 pm, antique cars and hot rods, Settler’s Crossing, N. Conway, Mt. Washington Valley Old Car Club, 356-7031. 

Aug. 12, Solar Gazing in the Field with NH Astronomical Society, noon-4 pm, free, weather permitting, Castle in the Clouds, Moultonboro, 476-5900, castleintheclouds.org. 

Aug. 13, Bob Marley, comedian, 8 pm, Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield, ME, www.stonemountainartscenter.com, 207-935-7292.

Aug. 13, Movies on the Green, yard games, face painting, movie at dusk, on the green near Timberland at Settler’s Green Outlet Village, 2 Common Court, N. Conway, 356-7031, info@settlersgreen.com.

Aug. 13, Open Air Landscape Art, 10 am-noon, for all skill levels, beginners welcome, leader is MaryAnn Stockman, local artist, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, register/info: 476-5900. (Also held Sept. 17 & Oct. 15.) 

Aug. 13, Rug Braiding with Misty Batchelder, 11:30 am-1:30 pm, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831. (Also Aug. 27). 

Aug. 13, Songs and Stories from WWII – Wartime Songs and Their Unknown Stories, by Richard Kruppa, 7 pm, live music at 6:30 pm before the talk, free, all are welcome, Wakefield/Brookfield Historical Society, 2851 Wakefield Rd., info: 340-2295.

Aug. 13, See Here Private Hargrove (Donna Reed Film Festival), 1944 film,takes place at Wolfeboro Great Hall, 86 Main St., Wolfeboro, 5:30-8:30 pm, presented by Wright Museum of World War II,569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Aug. 14, Beginning Spinning with Cathy Crooker9 am-3 pm, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831. 

Aug. 14, Castle Close Up: Furnishings Tour, 6 pm, reservations required, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, free, castleintheclouds.org. 

Aug. 14, Felted Fish Class with Diane Johnson, children’s workshop ages 6-11, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831.

 Aug. 14, Invasive Species Workday with the Lakes Region Conservation Trust, 9 am-4 pm, a volunteer opportunity, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, register/info: 476-5900, castleintheclouds.org.

Aug. 14, Juston McKinney comedian performs in a fundraiser for Great Waters Music Festival,tickets/info:greatwaters.org or 569-7710.

Aug. 14, Paint Wolfeboro, 10 am-4 pm, registration at bandstand in Cate Park 8-9 am, a day of plein air painting in Wolfeboro, public can watch artists at work and buy during the day on-site and at 3-4 pm in Cate Park, Gov. Wentworth Arts Council, info: info@wolfeboroarts.org.

Aug. 14, Wellness Wednesday Hike, 1 pm, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, free, castleintheclouds.org. 

Aug. 15, Barnes, Gordy & Walsh, with opening act at 6 pm, concert at 7 pm,Arts Jubilee, bring a picnic and lawn chairs or blanket, Cranmore Mt. Resort, N. Conway, info/tickets: www.artsjubilee.org.

Aug. 15, Concord Coach and its History, 7 pm, Madison Historical Society, 19 East Madison Rd., Madison, 367-4640, www.madisonhistoricalsociety.org.

Aug. 15, Lecture Series, 7 pm, Angling in the Smile of the Great Spirit, Hal Lyon speaker, NH Boat Museum, 399 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-4554, free admission. 

Aug. 15, The Wizard,original ballet interpretation of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer, 7 pm, takes place at Kingswood Arts Center, Wolfeboro, presented by Northeastern Ballet Theatre, tickets: www.northeasternballet.org.

Aug. 15-Sept. 1, Little Shop of Horrors, M&D Playhouse, 1857 White Mt. Highway, N. Conway, 733-5275,www.mdplayhouse.com.

Aug. 16 & 17, Peter Pan, Theater in the Wood, 41 Observatory Way, Intervale, 8/16 at 5 pm & 8/17 at 10 am, www.believeinbooks.org.

Aug. 16 & 17, The Village Players monthly movie, “Beatle Juice”, 7:30 pm, Wolfeboro. Tickets $5 p/p and available at the door at 7 pm. Snacks, popcorn, and water are available in the meeting room before the film begins, info: 569-9656, www.village-players.com.

Aug. 17, Art as Message,5 pm,Blair Folts, Executive Director of GMCG; Linda Gray, Senior Philanthropy Advisor with New Hampshire Charitable Foundation; Dr. Rick Van de Poll, Wetland Scientist; Boston-based artist Deborah Friedman, speak on how art conveys messages that reflect the artists’ profound interest in climate crisis, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery, 284-7728.

Aug. 17, Book Sale, 9 am-noon, Madison Library, Rt. 113, Madison, 367-8545.

Aug. 17, House Tour, 10 am-3 pm, to benefit Sandwich Central School 6thgrade class trip to Washington, DC, five Sandwich-area homes on the tour, tickets/info: www.discoversandwich.com.

Aug. 17, Cruise in to the Wright, car show, 10 am-2 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Aug. 17, NH Water Ski Championships, 8 am-5 pm, Back Bay, Wolfeboro, great spectator event, Abenaki Water Ski Club, 393-7307.

Aug. 17, Ossipee Community Block Party, 5-9:30 pm, Moultonville Rd. at Gazebo, 2 bands, food & craft vendors, kids events & games, info on Ossipee Old Home Week Facebook page. (Rain date Aug. 18)

Aug. 17, Seldom Playrights, Cate Park Band Concert,7 pm, Town Docks, Wolfeboro.

Aug. 17, Sunset Concert Series with Ceili Rain, 7 pm, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980 

Aug. 17, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Aug. 17, Thy Will, 7:30 pm, Advice To The Players, Shakespeare company, Art Center at 12 Main St., Sandwich, who really wrote Shakespeare’s plays, exploration by Timothy Mooney, www.advicetotheplayers.org.

Aug. 17 & 18, Mt. Washington Valley August Craft Fair,Sat. 10 am-5 pm, Sun. 10 am-4 pm, Schouler Park, over 80 exhibitors, crafts, live music with North River Band, chainsaw demo both days, held under canopies, rain or shine, free admission, friendly, leashed pets welcome, 1 Norcross Circle, Rt. 16, N. Conway, over 80 exhibitors,www.joycescraftshows.com, 528-4014.

Aug. 17-18, Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb, Pinkham Notch, Gorham, www.bikereg.com.

Aug. 18, Children’s Day, noon-3 pm, kids activities, Teddy Bear Picnic and Parade, relay races, tractor rides, corn husk doll making and more, NH Farm Museum, 1305 White Mt. Highway, Milton, 652-7840.

 Aug. 18, Historical Figures Tea, 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm, re-enactors present lives of famous characters, advance sign-up required, Clark Museum Barn, Wolfeboro Historical Society, S. Main St., Wolfeboro, info: 569-4997, wolfeborohistoricalsociety@gmail.com.

 Aug. 18, New Hampshire Farm Museum - Children's Day on the Farm, noon-3 pm.Fun activities for children. Teddy-Bear Picnic & Parade, dance, relay races, face painting, animals, tractor rides, cornhusk doll making, carnival fun, story time and so many more fun things from childhoods past. Richie's Famous Hot-Dog Cart, maple cotton candy, popcorn, honey snow cones other treats! Milton, 652-7840, www.facebook.com/NewHampshireFarmMuseum/.  

Aug. 19, Cruise Night at the Crossing, 5:30 pm, antique cars and hot rods, Settler’s Crossing, N. Conway, Mt. Washington Valley Old Car Club, 356-7031. 

Aug. 19, Solar Gazing in the Field with NH Astronomical Society, noon-4 pm, free, weather permitting, Castle in the Clouds, Moultonboro, 476-5900, castleintheclouds.org.

Aug. 20, Breaking the Secret ENIGMA Codes: The Real Story of the “Imitation Game”, presented by Professor Tom Perera, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Aug. 20, Diane Walsh solo piano concert, 7:30 pm, First Congregational Church, 115 S. Main St., Wolfeboro, tickets: 569-2151, program presented by Wolfeboro Friends of Music.

Aug. 20, NH on High: Historic and Unusual Weathervanes of the Granite State, talk by Glenn Knoblock, 7 pm, Madison Library, Rt. 113, Madison, 367-8545.

Aug. 20, Ossipee Historical Society talk by Merle Lowe, 4thgeneration maker of weathervanes in Conway, 5:30 pm, Historic Courthouse, 20 Courthouse Square, Ossipee, 539-1002.

Aug. 20, Stencilled Floorcloths, 9 am-4 pm, taught by Michele Hollick, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831.

Aug. 20, The Human Comedy, 1944 film 1 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Aug. 21, Family Stories and How to Tell Them, presented by Jo Radner, 7 pm, Freedom Historical Society, takes place at Town Hall, Elm St., Freedom, www.freedomhistoricalsociety.org.

Aug. 21, Simply Sandwich Souvenir Chicken with Diane Johnson10 am-noon, make a needle felted souvenir, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831.

Aug. 21, Wellness Wednesday Hike, 1 pm, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, free, castleintheclouds.org. 

Aug. 22, Cristin Bailey,National Forest Service, Wicked Steep Trails, 5 pm, talk on who takes care of the trails we love and how they are affected by violent weather. Also featured will be the art of the trail crews, Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery, Center Sandwich, 284-7728.

Aug. 22, Naturalist Led Boat Cruise, 4-5:30 pm, Tin Mt. Conservation Group & Fishing Nerds guide service cruise on Silver Lake, East Shore Drive, Madison, reserve: 447-6991, www.tinmountain.org.

Aug. 22, Outdoor Walk, 10-11:30 am, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Aug. 23, Music Together, ages 1-5 years, 10:15 am, meet other youngsters, stories, playtime,Gafney Library, High St., Sanbornville, info: 603-522-3401.

Aug. 23 & 24, Crafting a Shaker Box, 10 am-4 pm, taught by John Ryan, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831.

Aug. 22-31, Things My Mother Taught Me, The Barnstormers, summer theatre, Tamworth village, tickets: 323-8500,www.barnstormerstheatre.org

Aug. 24, Acoustic Radio, Cate Park Band Concert,7 pm, Town Docks, Wolfeboro.

Aug. 24, Civil War Encampment Day, come see what a day in the life of a Civil War soldier was like, Tamworth History Center, 25 Great Hill Rd., Tamworth, 323-2911.

Aug. 24, Community Contra Dance, 7-10 pm, Town Hall, 86 S. Main St., Wolfeboro, public welcome, info: www.galacommunity.org.

Aug. 24, Sunset Concert Series Local MWV Artists, 7 pm, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980. 

Aug. 24, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Aug. 24, Yardbird Temple, Cate Park Band Concert,7 pm, Town Docks, Wolfeboro.

Aug. 24-25, Lakes Region 40thAnnual Lakes Region Fine Arts and Crafts Festival, 9 am-5 pm, free admission, juried arts and crafts, musical entertainment, culinary delights, free parking and shuttle service, Main St. and Mill Falls Marketplace, Meredith, sponsored by Meredith Area Chamber of Commerce, 279-6121, www.meredithareachamber.com.

Aug. 25, Chris Thomas King concert, 7:30 pm, presented by Great Waters Music Festival, takes place at Barn at the Inn on Main, Wolfeboro, tickets/info:greatwaters.org or 569-7710.

Aug. 25, Ice Cream Social and Sunday School Reunion, 3 pm, 1stCongregational Church, 400 Main St., Farmington, share stories, 755-4816.

Aug. 25, Sunrise Drive, Mt. Washington Auto Road opens at 4:30 am so guests can drive to the summit and see run rise, 466-3988.

Aug. 26, Cruise Night at the Crossing, 5:30 pm, antique cars and hot rods, Settler’s Crossing, N. Conway, Mt. Washington Valley Old Car Club, 356-7031.

Aug. 26, Solar Gazing in the Field with NH Astronomical Society, noon-4 pm, free, weather permitting, Castle in the Clouds, Moultonboro, 476-5900, castleintheclouds.org.

Aug. 27, Rug Braiding with Misty Batchelder, 11:30 am-1:30 pm, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831. 

Aug. 27, The Rice Paddy Invasion, 7-8 pm,talk by author Linda Kush, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Aug. 27, They Were Expendable, 1945, talk & book signing by author Dolores Beal Stephens, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Aug. 28, Wellness Wednesday Hike, 1 pm, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, free, castleintheclouds.org. 

Aug. 29, Naturalist Led Boat Cruise, 4-5:30 pm, Tin Mt. Conservation Group & Fishing Nerds guide service cruise on Silver Lake, East Shore Drive, Madison, reserve: 447-6991, www.tinmountain.org.

Aug. 30-31, Sidewalk Sale Days, 9 am-6 pm, held rain or shine, end of season specials, downtown Wolfeboro.Aug. 31, Sunset Concert Series with Entrain, 7 pm, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980.

Aug. 31 & Sept. 1, Railfans Weekend, Conway Scenic Railroad, N. Conway, reservations: 800-232-5251.

Aug. 30 & Sept. 1 & 2, 30th Annual Labor Day Weekend Craft Fair at the Bay,Sat.: 10 am-6 pm; Sun.: 10 am-5 pm; Mon.: 10 am-4 pm, Alton Bay Community House and Grounds, free admission, held rain or shine, under tents and indoors,Castleberry Fairs, www.castleberryfairs.com.

Aug. 31, Color from Plants: Fiber Dyeing, 10 am-3:30 pm, pre-registration required. Learn colorful art and craft of fiber dyeing with plants. In-depth workshop will start at the Dye Garden and, using whole plants, an array of colorful dye baths will be created. Learn to wash, mordant and dye fiber. Go home with dyed wool yarn, handout of instructions and recipes, and colorful samples card. Takes place outdoors, dress for sun and shade. Bring your lunch. Age 16 (with parent) & above. Registration closes Monday, Aug. 26 or when filled. Remick Museum, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Aug. 31, Mushroom Foray with NH Mushroom Company, 10 am, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, castleintheclouds.org. 

Aug. 31, New Hampshire Farm Museum - Milton Farmer’s Market, 9:30 am-2:30 pm. All items sold at the market are homegrown or handmade. FREE access to Museum outside grounds - animals, trails, with outbuildings open. Pig roast at noon, tickets in advance. Milton, 652-7840, www.facebook.com/NewHampshireFarmMuseum/.    

Aug. 31, Pig Roast, noon-2 pm. Pig on the spit with all the sides, come get stuffed. Live music and farm attractions. Enjoy this Labor day celebration together on the farm. Reservations $25 adult, $10 child. NH Farm Museum, Milton, 652-7840, www.facebook.com/NewHampshireFarmMuseum/.

Aug. 31, Sandwich Children’s Center 5K Race, 9-11 am, info: 284-7014, www.sandwichchildrenscenter.org.

Aug. 31, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Aug. 31, Wolfeboro Art Walk, 5-7:30 pm, art, music, food, wine, for a list of locations visit facebook.com/wolfeboroartwalk. (Also held on Sept. 28)

Aug. 31 & Sept. 1, Railfans Weekend, Conway Scenic Railroad, N. Conway, reservations: 800-232-5251.

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 1 & 2, 30th Annual Labor Day Weekend Craft Fair at the Bay, Sun.: 10 am-5 pm; Mon.: 10 am-4 pm, Alton Bay Community House and Grounds, free admission, held rain or shine, under tents and indoors,Castleberry Fairs, www.castleberryfairs.com.

Sept. 2, Cruise Night at the Crossing, 5:30 pm, antique cars and hot rods, Settler’s Crossing, N. Conway, Mt. Washington Valley Old Car Club, 356-7031.

Sept. 2, Race for Reading/Believe in Books Literary Foundation, 9 am, takes place at Story Land, Glen, info: 356-9980.

Sept. 2, Storm the Castle Fun Run/Walk, 8 am, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, 476-5900, castleintheclouds.org. 

Sept. 3, D-Day Equipment and Weapons, talk by Randy Cook, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Sept. 3, Film presentation: From Here to Eternity, 1953 film,Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Sept. 7, Earrings in a Day Workshop, 10 am-4 pm, taught by Joy Raskin, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831.

Sept. 7,Flax to Linen. 10 am-3 pm. Demonstrations of plowing by oxen, sowing, pulling, stooking, rippling, and retting. Then watch and join in as staff take harvested flax and bring it through breaking, hackling, scutching, spinning, reeling, and finally weaving into amazing linen fabric! NewHampshire Farm Museum,Milton, 652-7840, www.facebook.com/NewHampshireFarmMuseum/.'

Sept. 7, Sunset Concert Series with Blues Project, 7 pm, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980.

Sept. 7, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org 

Sept. 7-Nov. 1 Mike Howat painting exhibit,Bernier Room, Rochester Community Center, 150 Wakefield St., Rochester.

Sept. 9, The History of the Swallow, steam yacht, David Warren speaker,7 pm, Clark House Museum Barn, Wolfeboro Historical Society, S. Main St., Wolfeboro, info: 569-4997, wolfeborohistoricalsociety@gmail.com.

Sept. 10, Solitude on the Island – Art Photographer and winter caretaker of Isles of Shoals, by Alexandra de Steiguer of Farmington & Star Island, 7 pm, live music at 6:30 pm before the talk, free, all are welcome, Wakefield/Brookfield Historical Society, 2851 Wakefield Rd., info: 340-2295.

Sept. 10, When and Where? Stalin, Churchill, Roosevelt and the Politics of the D-Day Invasion, talk by Professor Kurk Dorsey, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Sept. 10-Oct. 22, Introduction to Glass Fusing, 6-8:30 pm, Mumandi Studio, Brown Hill Rd., N. Sandwich, pre-register/info: mumandiglass@aol.com, 944-0018.

Sept. 12, Outdoor Walk, 10-11:30 am, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Sept. 13, Play Fore the Pets Golf Tournament, 7 am, Kingswood Golf Club, Wolfeboro, benefit for Lakes Region Humane Society, 539-1077.

Sept. 13-14, Vintage Race Boat Regatta,9 am-4 pm, Wolfeboro Town Docks, nearly 50 vintage boats representing several classes including small outboards, Grand Prix hydroplanes, Jersey Skiffs, and Gold Cup racing boats will run group heats on a one-mile oval-shaped course throughout the day. www.NHBM.org for schedule of events and registration. 569-4554.

Sept. 14, Botanical Pop Up Books Workshop, 10 am-3 pm, taught by Rebecca Goodale, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831.

Sept. 14, Farmington Community Band and Jubilee Jazz Band concert, 7 pm, part of Bicentennial celebration, 1stCongregational Church of Farmington, 400 Main St., Farmington, 755-4816.

Sept. 14, Sunset Concert Series with Studio Two, 7 pm, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980.

Sept. 14, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Sept. 14-15, Inter-Tribal Pow Wow, 10 am-5 pm, 2145 White Mt. Highway, Ossipee,www.motherearthscreation.com.

Sept. 15, Bicentennial Celebration, 10 am, music, special guests and more, 1stCongregational Church of Farmington, 400 Main St., Farmington, 755-4816.

Sept. 16-18, Fall Artist’s Workshop, featuring Robert J. O’Brien watercolorist, Camp Belknap, Tuftonboro, presented by Gov. Wentworth Arts Council, info/register: www.wolfeboroarts.org, 544-2346.

Sept. 17, Open Air Landscape Art, 1-3 pm, for all skill levels, beginners welcome, leader is MaryAnn Stockman, local artist, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, register/info: 476-5900. (Also Oct. 15.)

Sept. 17, Ossipee Historical Society talk “Discovering New England Stone Walls”, by Kevin Gardner, 5:30 pm, Historic Courthouse, 20 Courthouse Square, Ossipee, 539-1002.

Sept. 18, Remarkable People of Freedom, presented by Roberta MacCarthy and Anne Gaudette, 7 pm, Freedom Historical Society, www.freedomhistoricalsociety.org.

Sept. 19, 11th Annual Retiree Luncheon, Joint Force Headquarters building, State Military Reservation, Concord, for current and retired NH Army National Guard members, info: or call 603-623-7757. (RSVP by Sept. 6)

Sept. 19, Madison Bed & Breakfasts, 7 pm, Madison Historical Society, 19 East Madison Rd., Madison, 367-4640, www.madisonhistoricalsociety.org.

Sept. 20-21, Fall Plein Air Workshop: Palette Knife Technique with award-winning artist Cynthia Rosen, 9 am-4 pm,Jackson Art Studio & Gallery, 155 Ridge Rd., Jackson. Pre-register: 387-3463, www.jacksonartnh.com.

Sept. 20 & 21, The Village Players monthly movie, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”, 7:30 pm. Tickets $5 p/p and available at the door at 7 pm. Snacks, popcorn, and water are available in the meeting room before the film begins, info: 569-9656, www.village-players.com.

Sept. 21, Harvest Festival, 11 am-3 pm, historical crafts, demos, farm animals and more, Remick Museum, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Sept. 21, Sunset Concert Series with Rustic Overtones, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980.

Sept. 21, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org 

Sept. 21-22, Falling Leaves Craft Fair, 10 am-5 pm on Sat.; 10 am-4 pm on Sunday, Tanger Outlets, 120 Laconia Rd., Tilton, www.joycescraftshows.com.

Sept. 22, Family New Moon Walk,10 am-noon, part of MOOSE-ies for Families programs, Moose Mt. Regional Greenways, info: 978-7125, info@mmrg.info.

Sept. 22, Great NH Pie Festival, noon-3 pm. Eat and help judge commercial pies from around the state to pick the People's Choice Award as judged pies, possibly yours, are ranked before the judged pies are opened up to eat too. Big prizes for top three of each category, and even more for the grand prizewinner. Take a wagon ride and bid on one of the auctioned pies. Free for those entering a pie. $10 adult. $5 Child. NH Farm Museum, Milton, 652-7840, www.facebook.com/NewHampshireFarmMuseum/

Sept. 22, NH Boat Museum Day,10 am-4 pm, free to visitors who have registered online at Smithsonian’s Museum Day website. Visitors receive free admission by showing their Museum Day registration ticket. 399 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-4554 

Sept. 24, Songs and Stories Honoring American Veterans, presented by Curt Kessette and Jenne Kurtz, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Sept. 26, Outdoor Walk, 10-11:30 am, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Sept. 26-Oct. 6, ’Night Mother, M&D Playhouse, 1857 White Mt. Highway, N. Conway, 733-5275,www.mdplayhouse.com.

Sept. 28, 100 Acre Challenge, run, swim, crawl and climb, 100-Acre Wood, Intervale, info: 356-9980, www.believeinbooks.org.

Sept. 28, Autumn Craft Fair, 10 am-4 pm, rain or shine, held on the grounds of the Clark Museum, Wolfeboro Historical Society, S. Main St., Wolfeboro, info: 832-3551, wolfeborohistoricalsociety@gmail.com.

Sept. 28, Community Contra Dance, 7-10 pm, Town Hall, 86 S. Main St., Wolfeboro, public welcome, info: www.galacommunity.org.

Sept. 28, New Hampshire Farm Museum - Milton Farmer's Markket, 9:30 am-2:30 pm. All items sold at the market are homegrown or handmade. Last Saturday of the month. FREE access to Museum outside grounds - Animals, trails, with outbuildings open. Entertainment or demonstrations rotated, always something to see or hear and eat. Milton, 652-7840, www.facebook.com/NewHampshireFarmMuseum/.

Sept. 28, Sunset Concert Series with Rustic Overtones, 7 pm, Theater in the Wood, Intervale, 356-9980.

Sept. 28, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Sept. 28, Wolfeboro Art Walk, 5-7:30 pm, art, music, food, wine, for a list of locations visit facebook.com/wolfeboroartwalk.

OCTOBER

Oct. 1-31, Return of the Pumpkin People, pumpkin events all over Jackson, 383-9356.

Oct. 1, Rally Round the Flag: A Century of Folk Songs from the American Civil War, talk the Hardtacks perform music and stories, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Oct. 5, Harvest Festival,10 am-3 pm, NH Farm Museum, 1305 White Mt. Highway, Milton, 652-7840

Oct. 5, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Oct. 5-6, 21st Autumn Craft Festival,Sat.: 10 am-6 pm; Sun.: 10 am-4 pm, Mill Falls Marketplace, Rt. 3, Meredith, free admission, held rain or shine, under tents, Castleberry Fairs, www.castleberryfairs.com.

Oct. 8, Battle of the Bulge: Weapons and Equipment, talk by George Gurick, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Oct. 8, Wakefield Heritage Commission, Historic Sites and Buildings in Wakefield, by Pam Wiggin of Wakefield Corner, 7 pm, live music at 6:30 pm before the talk, free, all are welcome, Wakefield/Brookfield Historical Society, 2851 Wakefield Rd., info: 340-2295.

Oct. 10, Outdoor Walk, 10-11:30 am, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Oct. 11-13, Natural Dyes Part I: Indigo and Shibori, 9 am-4 pm, taught by Sara Goodman, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831. 

Oct. 12, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Oct. 12-13 Busker Festival, noon-3 pm, Settler’s Green Outlet Village, 2 Common Court, N. Conway, 356-7031, info@settlersgreen.com.

Oct. 12-14, Lakes Region Home Builders Parade of Homes, self-guided tour of superior homes/designs, 10 am-4 pm, ticket $20 p/p good all weekend, 387-1817.

Oct. 12-14, 23rd Annual Lincoln Fall Craft Festival,Castleberry Fairs, takes place at village shops and on the town green, Sat & Sun.: 10 am-5 pm; Mon.: 10 am-4 pm, www.castleberryfairs.com.

Oct. 15, Open Air Landscape Art, 1-3 pm, for all skill levels, beginners welcome, leader is MaryAnn Stockman, local artist, Castle in the Clouds, Rt. 171, Moultonboro, register/info: 476-5900

Oct. 15, Ossipee Historical Society Potluck and Annual Meeting,5 pm, Town Hall, Ossipee, 539-1002.

Oct. 16, Lakes Region Geology, presented by Dr. Jim Vernon, 7 pm, Freedom Historical Society, takes place at Town Hall, Elm St., Freedom, www.freedomhistoricalsociety.org.

Oct. 18-20, Natural Dyes Part II: Mordant Dyes on Cloth and Yarn, 9 am-4 pm, taught by Sara Goodman, Sandwich Home Industries/Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main St., Center Sandwich, 284-6831.

Oct. 19, Sheepdog Day,10 am-3 pm, NH Farm Museum, 1305 White Mt. Highway, Milton, 652-7840.

Oct. 19, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Oct. 19-20, Leaf Peepers Craft Fair,10 am-4 pm, N. Conway Community Center, 78 Norcross Circle, Rt.16, N. Conway, over 80 exhibitors, www.joycescraftshows.com.

Oct. 24, Outdoor Walk, 10-11:30 am, Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, Tamworth, 323-7591.

Oct. 24 & 25, Murder Mystery Dinner Train, Conway Scenic Railroad, N. Conway, 6 pm, reservations: 800-232-5251.

Oct. 26, Community Contra Dance, 7-10 pm, Town Hall, 86 S. Main St., Wolfeboro, public welcome, info: www.galacommunity.org.

Oct. 26, Halloween Happenings, trick or treat for age 12 and under, Settler’s Green Outlet Village, 2 Common Court, N. Conway, 356-7031,info@settlersgreen.com.

Oct. 26, Haunted Barn and Wagon Ride,5-9 pm, NH Farm Museum, 1305 White Mt. Highway, Milton, 652-7840. 

Oct. 26, Tamworth Farmer’s Market, 9 am-1 pm, rain or shine, 30 Tamworth Rd./Rt. 113, parking lot of Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Tamworth, www.tamworthfarmersmarket.org.

Oct. 26, The Village Players monthly movie, “The Raven”, 7:30 pm. Tickets $5 p/p and available at the door at 7 pm. Snacks, popcorn, and water are available in the meeting room before the film begins, info: 569-9656,www.village-players.com

Oct. 29, The Three Stooges Take on the Axis Powers, talk by Dan Schroder, 7-8 pm, Wright Museum of World War II,77 Center St., Wolfeboro, 569-1212, www.wrightmuseum.org.

Oct. 31, Sweet Street,4-6 pm, Jackson Village, Jackson village, 383-9356, www.jacksonnh.com.

Oct. 31-Nov. 10, The Norwegians, M&D Playhouse, 1857 White Mt. Highway, N. Conway, 733-5275,www.mdplayhouse.com.

NOVEMBER

 Nov. 1 & 2, Murder Mystery Dinner Train, Conway Scenic Railroad, N. Conway, 6 pm, reservations: 800-232-5251.

 Nov. 3, Lakes Region Fall Bridal Show, noon-3 pm, Church Landing, Mill Falls at the Lake, Meredith, 293-2327, www.lakesregionbride.com.

Nov. 8-10, Once Upon a Mattress, Village Players Theater, Glendon St., Wolfeboro, 569-9656, www.village-players.com. (Also takes place Nov. 15-17)

 Nov. 12, Annual Pot Luck Supper, bring a covered dish to share,6 pm, all are welcome, Wakefield/Brookfield Historical Society, 2851 Wakefield Rd., info: 340-2295.

 Nov. 12, Christmas Ornament Class, 6-8:30 pm, Mumandi Studio, Brown Hill Rd., N. Sandwich, pre-register/info: mumandiglass@aol.com, 944-0018.

 Nov. 15 & 16, The Village Players monthly movie, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington”, 7:30 pm. Tickets $5 p/p and available at the door at 7 pm. Snacks, popcorn, and water are available in the meeting room before the film begins, info: 569-9656, www.village-players.com.

 Nov. 15-17, Once Upon a Mattress, Village Players Theater, Glendon St., Wolfeboro, 569-9656, www.village-players.com

Nov. 23, Community Contra Dance, 7-10 pm, Town Hall, 86 S. Main St., Wolfeboro, public welcome, info: www.galacommunity.org.

Nov. 23, 1863 Thanksgiving,10 am-3 pm, NH Farm Museum, 1305 White Mt. Highway, Milton, 652-7840. 

Nov. 23-24, Lakes Region Holiday Craft Fair,Belknap Mill, 96 DW Highway, Belmont, (Sat.: 10 am-4 pm; Sunday: 10 am-3 pm), www.joycescraftshows.com.

DECEMBER

 Dec. 14, Victorian Christmas,10 am-3 pm, NH Farm Museum, 1305 White Mt. Highway, Milton, 652-7840.

 Dec. 20 & 21, The Village Players monthly movie, “A Christmas Story”, 7:30 pm. Tickets $5 p/p and available at the door at 7 pm. Snacks, popcorn, and water are available in the meeting room before the film begins, info: 569-9656, www.village-players.com.

Dec. 31, Community Contra Dance, 7-10 pm, Town Hall, 86 S. Main St., Wolfeboro, public welcome, info: www.galacommunity.org.

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