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21febAll DayBodeFest Registration OpensCannon Mountain

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BodeFest Registration Opens
February 21

Registration for BodeFest opens at 12pm on Wednesday, February 21. Get info and register right on the BodeFest page

Time

All Day (Wednesday) EST

Location

Cannon Mountain

Franconia Notch State Park, 260 Tramway Drive, Franconia, NH 03580 - I- 93 to Exit 34B & 34C

Organizer

Cannon Mountain603-823-8800 Franconia Notch State Park, 260 Tramway Drive, Franconia, NH 03580 - I- 93 to Exit 34B & 34C

21feb5:30 pm- 9:00 pmKids' Night OutLoon Mountain

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Kids’ Night Out
Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Kids, join us for a night of fun – without mom and dad. Eat some pizza and then bounce over to the Adventure Center where you’ll spend the evening scaling the climbing wall and ziplining over the Pemigewasset River. Sounds awesome, right?!

$56 per kid

Ages 6-12. Zipliners must weigh at least 50lbs.

Drop-off from 5:30 pm | Pick-up at 9:00pm
Pick up and drop off at the Children’s Center.

All activities are weather dependent.

Reserve Today: Call 800-229-5666 x5400 or sign up at any Information Desk here at the resort (Gondola Barn or Governor Adams Lodge).

Time

(Wednesday) 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Location

Loon Mountain

60 Loon Mountain Rd., Lincoln, NH 03251

Organizer

Loon Mountain Resort800-229-LOON 60 Loon Mountain Rd., Lincoln, NH 03251

21feb - 23feb 216:00 pmfeb 23Fluorescent NightsLoon Mountain

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Fluorescent Nights
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 to Friday, February 23, 2018

Make the most out of February vacation by taking hot laps through Little Sister Park and the Burton Progression Park during this three-night event. We’ll even keep the lights on for you.

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday – 6:00pm – 9:00pm

$20 per night, all ages
$15 with a PEEPs Pass

Yes, even season passholders need to purchase a ticket for Fluorescent Nights.

Purchase tickets starting at 5:00pm nightly at the Tubing Center; located across from Little Sister chairlift.

Time

21 (Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 23 (Friday) 9:00 pm EST

Location

Loon Mountain

60 Loon Mountain Rd., Lincoln, NH 03251

Organizer

Loon Mountain Resort800-229-LOON 60 Loon Mountain Rd., Lincoln, NH 03251

21feb7:00 pm- 8:00 pm“The Social Black Bear: What Bears Have Taught Me about Being Human”The Rocks Estate

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The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and the Ammonoosuc Chapter of NH Audubon will host noted wildlife biologist Ben Kilham for a presentation about black bears at The Rocks February 21.
A renowned black bear researcher and Lyme, N.H., resident, Kilham has shared his knowledge about bears with more than 40,000 people through his lectures. His new slide show is based on the social relationships within the black bear society.
Kilham, who has a wildlife management degree from the University of New Hampshire and his PhD in Environmental Science from Drexel University, has gained his bear knowledge first hand by raising and observing dozens of black bears that have been orphaned. In the spring of 1992, Kilham found himself parenting a pair of orphaned, emaciated, four-pound bear cubs. The experience has led to his parenting over 40 cubs, releasing them back into the wild, and researching and observing the life cycle of the black bear.
His books about these experiences, “Among the Bears: Raising Orphan Cubs in the Wild,” was published in 2002 and his second “Out on a Limb: Origins of Intuition and Intelligence” in 2013.
By thinking more from the bear’s perspective, Kilham has designed workshops that provide wildlife managers with tools to disarm threatening bear behavior without destroying bears. Kilham has been featured in National Geographic television specials and articles in The New York Times, People Magazine, The Boston Globe, as well as on the “Today Show,” “Dateline NBC,” “CBS Coast to Coast,” “The Late Show with David Letterman,” and many others.
The free program starts at 7 p.m. on Wednesday February 21.
For more information and a calendar of events, please visit www.therocks.org, call 603-444-6228, or email info@therocks.org.
The Rocks is owned and operated by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (www.forestsociety.org). The Forest Society is non-profit membership organization founded in 1901 to protect the state’s most important landscapes and promote wise use of its natural resources.

Time

(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST

Location

The Rocks Estate

4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH

Organizer

The Rocks Estate603.444.6228 4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH

23feb6:00 pmComedian Jimmy TingleWoodwards Inn & Suites

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Jimmy Tingle is regarded as one of the top social and political humorists in America. He will be performing for one night only at Woodwards starting at 6 PM!

Package includes:

  • Deluxe Overnight Guest Room
  • 3 Course Dinner
  • Full Breakfast the next day
  • Preferred Seating Tickets to Tingle
  • Gratuities

Package: $249 based upon double occupancy
Add ons: All you can eat Prime Rib: $30 per room additional.
Extra night at $99 pre or post (without meals). There will be entertainment in our lounge on Saturday night!

Online booking includes taxes and fees from Eventbrite. Booking is also available for a $249 flat rate by calling 603-745-8141.

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm EST

Location

Woodward's Inn & Suites

527 US Route 3, Lincoln, NH

Organizer

Woodward's Inn & Suites603.745.8141 527 US Route 3, Lincoln, NH

24feb3:00 pmFamily Fun Night w/ Fireworks & Torchlight ParadeCannon Mountain

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Family Fun Night w/ Fireworks & Torchlight
February 24

3:00-6:00 Apres w/ live music & promos in the Cannonball Pub 21+, bouncy house,  4:30-6:30 Huckerbrook Rope Tow under the lights, 4:30-6:00 Kids’ Movie in Brookside, 6:30 Fireworks & Torchlight Parade.

Time

(Saturday) 3:00 pm EST

Location

Cannon Mountain

Franconia Notch State Park, 260 Tramway Drive, Franconia, NH 03580 - I- 93 to Exit 34B & 34C

Organizer

Cannon Mountain603-823-8800 Franconia Notch State Park, 260 Tramway Drive, Franconia, NH 03580 - I- 93 to Exit 34B & 34C

28feb7:00 pm- 8:00 pmThe Ammonoosuc River Stream Flood Resilience ProjectBretzfelder Park Series at The Rocks Estate

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The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests will host Rachelle Lyons whose projects focus on the challenge of cultivating community scale change in complex systems. Through summer/fall of 2016 the Ammonoosuc River Stream Crossing Assessment Project team, completed a watershed-wide road/stream crossing assessment. The research team assessed over 700 culverts to evaluate stream connectivity and flood resilience. The goal of the project was to provide data on condition of stream crossings and empower communities to reverse negative impacts vulnerable culverts have on infrastructure and ecosystems. Following the watershed wide culvert assessment the partners met with communities to provide residents and decision makers with the necessary skills and tools to pro-actively address current and anticipated infrastructure vulnerability within their community. One of the primary goals is to aid road agents, town decision makers, planning professionals and stakeholders with the ability to move projects from conceptual ideas to completed restorations the improve resiliency Rachelle has a background in education and environmental science. She conducts research relating to food systems sustainability, natural resource stewardship and rural community development at the Center for Business and Community Partnerships and teaches in the Environmental Science & Policy department at Plymouth State University. The free program is open to the public and is part of the annual winter Bretzfelder Park Family Educational Series. It will begin at 7 p.m. at Bretzfelder Park. Local hiking columnist and author Mike Dickerman of Littleton presents his program based on the Museum of the White Mountains exhibit that he is co-curating this year with Steve Smith of Lincoln. The exhibit celebrates the legacy of “Trail Clubs in the White Mountains”, from their origins in the latter half of the 1800s to the present. Owned by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests (www.forestsociety.org), Bretzfelder Park is managed in cooperation with the town of Bethlehem. The Park, bequeathed to the Forest Society in 1984 by Helen Bretzfelder in memory of her father, Charles, houses a classroom, educational trails, a pond, and several picnic sites. Two series of educational programs are held there each year, in February and August. The Bretzfelder Park Family Educational Series continues In August 2018. For more information and a calendar of events please visit www.therocks.org, email us at info@therocks.org, or call 603-444-6228.

Time

(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST

Location

The Rocks Estate

4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH

Organizer

The Rocks Estate603.444.6228 4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem, NH



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