Jan and Roger DiTarando stand by the heron sculptures Roger created that were erected in Meredith Bay as part of the Meredith Sculpture Walk. (Photo by Tom Caldwell)
Downtown Meredith is really getting artsy! In addition to the creative architecture, several art galleries, and unique shops selling beautiful hand-crafted items, this lakeside village is now home to the Meredith Sculpture Walk, an outdoor exhibit that is bringing art to Main Street and the parks along Lake Winnipesaukee. The first pieces have recently been installed around town by the Greater Meredith Program, and folks are already enjoying the new landscape! Continue reading
Vacations and getaways are all about rest and relaxation, and what better way to slow down than to take a hands-on class to create something beautiful that can be a keepsake of that vacation or a treasured gift for a loved one? The Lakes Gallery at Chi-Lin has the perfect workshop for individuals or groups that are looking to spend some time connecting with their inner artists and bonding with friends in the process—crafting unique nature journals. Continue reading
The Lakes Region is gearing up for the event of the year—two fun nights of fabulous food, wine, and music on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee that will showcase wines from around the world, along with fabulous food from local restaurants—all while raising funds for two local non-profit theater organizations: Advice To The Players in Center Sandwich, and the Flying Monkey Children’s Theater and Arts Program through the Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department. .
The Ninth Annual Winnipesaukee Wine Festival will take place on Thursday, June 5th from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. in the Winnipesaukee Ballroom at Church Landing in Meredith. Hosted by The Common Man Family of Restaurants and The Martignetti Companies of New Hampshire, the festival will feature wine, spirits, and beer from local, national and international wineries and breweries, including our own Lakes Region Squam Brewing Company, Cisco Brewery of Nantucket, Tito’s Hand Made Vodka, Joel Gott Wines, Layer Cake Wines, Cannonball, Sean Minor Wines, and Rombauer, among others. Continue reading
The Mountain Coaster at Cranmore Mountain Resort, one of two new major attractions to the White Mountains Attractions Association.
There’s so much happening all around New Hampshire this Memorial Day Weekend it’s hard to know where to begin! But in our opinion, the best place to begin is in the middle—centrally located with easy access to all the festivities that are kicking off summer—and that place is right here in Meredith.
In addition to some great events happening in the Lakes Region, many of the major attractions in New Hampshire’s White Mountains Region are opening this holiday weekend, most of them within a 45-minute drive of Meredith. Mill Falls at the Lake is the perfect place to stay while exploring some of these fun places.
“There’s a lot of pent-up demand this year for summer to get started,” said Jayne O’Connor, President of the White Mountains Attractions Association. “After a long, cold winter, everyone is eager to get outside and enjoy what the White Mountains have to offer.” Continue reading
When Church Landing at Mill Falls opened almost ten years ago on the shore of Lake Winnipesaukee, a peaceful little sanctuary was contained within its walls where guests of the resort could retreat for some relaxation and rejuvenation. Since then Cascade Spa has been offering guests and locals of the Lakes Region alike a luxurious little getaway featuring a steam room, massages, and salon services of the highest quality. After many years of treating others, it was time for Cascade Spa to get a little TLC of its own! Continue reading
It’s time for the feel-good event of the year—Kidworks Learning Center is once again teaming up with Mill Falls at the Lake, along with CruCon and Meredith Village Savings Bank, to bring the Meredith community a night of comedy and fun to benefit the children of Kidworks.
On Friday, April 18th, nationally renowned comedian Juston McKinney will perform at Church Landing as part of the Comedy Night fundraising event. This is the fourth year Kidworks is setting the comedy stage as its annual fundraiser. Proceeds from the event will go towards improving the Kidworks Learning Center facility and future programs. This year’s fundraiser starts with a cash bar at 7 pm, followed by an 8 pm comedy show. Continue reading
After only a few successful years, Hermit Woods Winery has outgrown its original location in Sanbornton, NH and has recently moved to its new home in Meredith Village. To celebrate the move, along with many months of renovations at the new site, Hermit Woods will be hosting a Grand Opening next weekend and everyone is invited! Continue reading
Got cabin fever? The Greater Meredith Program has your passport to get out and about during the month of March with amazing discounts, special offers, and fun-filled events offered by Lakes Region businesses and organizations, as well as a chance to win a prize-filled sap bucket that’s specially hand-painted by a local artist.
The Meredith Cabin Fever Promotion will run from March 1st through the 29th and will be celebrated by retail shops, restaurants, and other locally owned businesses all around Meredith Village. The Greater Meredith Program has printed up a Passport Game Card and Events Guide that can be found at participating businesses throughout the Village. Folks who visit any of the participating businesses during the month of March can get their passports stamped or initialed for each location, and with ten valid endorsements can then enter to win the “Cabin Fever” Grand Prize Drawing—a hand-painted traditional maple sap bucket filled with prizes from local businesses. Stamped passports should be dropped into the entry box at Mame’s Restaurant by 5 pm on Saturday, March 29th to be entered in the 5:30 pm drawing. Players do not need to be present to win. Continue reading
After a busy holiday season, it is finally New Year’s Eve—a time to reflect on all the accomplishments of the past year, renew our commitments to our personal and collective goals, and to welcome in the new year in style! If you haven’t made plans for New Year’s Eve 2014 yet, it’s not too late. Here in the Lakes Region, we have some fun festivities lined up! Continue reading
A classical labyrinth design.
The holiday season can be hectic while the days are getting shorter and darker, leading many people to feel stressed, frazzled, and depressed. Walking a labyrinth can bring focus and calm at any time of year, but is especially helpful during the holidays. Sacred Waters Yoga at Mill Falls is opening up the studio to this ancient design and offering two events to introduce the labyrinth as a meditative guide and to celebrate Winter Solstice—the wisdom of darkness, and the return of light! Continue reading