HAPPY FATHER’S DAY AND KHS GRADUATION WEEKEND! From golf outings and going fishing with chums to riding the rails of the Conway Scenic Railroad, dads can live it up on their special day.
EARLY JUNE, TIME FOR lilacs, black flies … and lumberjacks? That’s right, Tuckerman Brewing Co. is hosting a Lumberjack Festival today from noon-5 p.m. at its location on Hobbs Street in Conway Village.
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER, summer has finally arrived just in time for Memorial Day, so get out the bug dope and fire up the barbecue — and be sure to get your duck ticket for the 30th annual Wildquack Duck Race and Music Festival, set for Jackson’s Memorial Park Sunday.
IT’S MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND, which is a way to honor that special lady in our lives who got us here through love, support, caring, compassion, resolve and, in the case of my late Irish mom, wit!
CONWAY — It’s shaping up to be a busy weekend, from Valley Pride cleanups and Kentucky Derby hat contests to golf (already?), Cinque de Mayo specials, garden center open houses, music and even a mentalist who can tell you all sorts of things about yourself that you may or may not want to know.
IT'S EASTER WEEKEND, AND even though it's late this year, coming on April 21 compared to April 1 last year, there's still skiing along the bunny trails at at least two local areas — Wildcat Mountain for alpinists and Bear Notch Ski Touring for cross country enthusiasts.
SO, STANDING ON THE DECK at Black Mountain last Saturday afternoon, as Rek-lis rocked on and racers blasted past as part of the up-and-down race at the Granite Backcountry Alliance’s third annual Wild Corn Shindig, I felt a connection to spring events of the past here in the shadow of Mount …
CONWAY — Team spirit and community-mindedness is what you get when you bring the Mountain Mamas of Cranmore Mountain Meisters fame together, not just during the ski-racing season at Cranmore but throughout the year, as the team members do fundraising for various causes and serve as volunteer…
CONWAY — Sunny skies and temps in the mid-30s are in the forecast for Sunday, St. Paddy’s Day — which will be of comfort to skiers and riders, and to lovers of green beer everywhere, no doubt!
I WAS AT THE top of the New England Ski Museum’s Hannes Schneider Meister Cup race course at Cranmore last Saturday morning, running late (as usual) as I stepped up to take my run, when course worker and old friend Bobby Haynes related some sad news.
IT’S THE OLD “BEND ZE KNEES” weekend here in Mount Washington Valley, an area once known as the Eastern Slope Region of New Hampshire and which in 1939 became home to Austrian skimeister Hannes Schneider when he arrived with his family to teach skiing at Cranmore.