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Weekend Events 12/14/19 - 12/15/19

Saturday, December 14th

The Wolfeboro Inn partnered with the Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce for the annual  event - Breakfast With Santa!


Wolfeboro's Annual Christmas Spirit Open House

When: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Where: All around Wolfeboro

You are invited to join the tradition of this festive shopping event in Wolfeboro.
And Santa Claus will have his hut open for visits 2-4p.m. with Mrs. Claus joining him.
Participating businesses will welcome you with refreshments, and you may drop-off donations to L.I.F.E. Ministries Food Pantry.  

For more information, please visit or call 603-569-2200.


Skate with Santa Party

When: 2:10 PM - 3:30 PM

Where: Pop Whalen Ice & Art Center

Come on down to the Pop Whalen and skate to some holiday tunes. Santa will be popping in for a visit. Bring your camera and have your picture taken with Santa. Cocoa and cookies provided. Regular skating fees apply for this event ($6.00 for residents, $7.00 non-residents, $5.00 for skate rentals).  Call 603-569-5639 for more information.


Sunday, December 15th

Wolfeboro Friends of Music presents Jacqueline Schwab-Ken Burns' Pianist & Composer

When: 2 PM - 4 PM

Where: Brewster's Anderson Hall, 205 South Main Street, Wolfeboro

For the winter holidays, Jacqueline Schwab will intrigue and warm your heart with her sparkling and intimate piano selections touching on vintage Appalachian carols, North Carolina sea island spirituals, English and Scottish dance tunes, and more. In concert halls and commemorative venues across America, audiences are captivated by Jacqueline’s crisp, lilting style and her plaintive, ‘talking’ tunes. Her brief narratives prepare time and place in the listener’s mind. Ms. Schwab’s genius is instantly recognizable when you hear her solo piano improvisations that accompany sections of Ken Burn’s award-winning PBS series, The Civil War, Baseball, and The West.

For more information, call 603-569-2151




Weekend Events 12/7/19 - 12/8/19

The holiday season is upon us and you know what that means, right? Lots of fun and wonderful community events! There are several events happening in and around Wolfeboro this weekend. See below to name just a few... and, don't forget to visit Santa at Santa's Hut in Wolfeboro.  Have a great weekend! 

Saturday, December 7th

Wolfeboro Festival of Trees


The Wolfeboro Festival of Trees is a charity benefit featuring two levels of more than sixty trees decorated by area organizations, businesses and individuals. The event offers continuous live entertainment and free refreshments. The festival will be held on the weekends of December 7, 8, 14, 15, and Wednesday, December 11. Doors open from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturdays, from noon until 3 p.m. on Sundays, and from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Admission is $7 for adults, children 8 and under $2, or $15 per family. The facility is handicap accessible.

For more info, please visit or call Peg at 508-596-2850.


New! Farmstead Christmas presented by Remick Museum & Farm


When: 11 am - 3 pm

Where: Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm, 58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth, NH

Admission: $5 per person, Children ages 4 & under FREE!

Come and experience a holiday event that’s trimmed with tasty traditions, whimsical touches, and the simple delights of a historic farmstead.

There’s gnome place like farmstead for the holidays!

A Remick gnome and friends prepare to welcome visitors to Farmstead Christmas. Starting at the Museum Center, a main feature of the event includes “Gnome on the Roam,” a gnome scavenger hunt. The hunt assists attendees in visiting each planned activity that are fun and tasty within the Center and across the farmstead.

For more information call 603-323-7591 or visit


Sponsored by Bank of New Hampshire

Clearlakes Chorale

Clearlakes Chorale proudly presents, GLORIA!

When: Saturday, December 7th @ 7:30pm
             Sunday, December 8th @ 2pm

Where: St. Katharine Drexel Church, Alton, NH

Tickets are $20 for adults/$10 for students & are available at Black’s Paper Store downtown Wolfeboro or (coming soon!) online via


The Third Annual Gingerbread House Jubilee

Hosted by Gingerbread Amy

When: 2 PM - 4 PM

Where: Barn at The General Wolfe, 518 S. Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH

Amy Knapp builds one-of-a-kind gingerbread houses in her workshop in the woods for more than 20 years. Swing by the Barn at The General Wolfe for complementary Peet's coffee, hot chocolate, cookies, and a chance to take home one of her adorable gingerbread cottages for your home or business.  Dozens of gingerbread cottages will be auctioned and two will be offered for sale with the best offer getting the gingerbread keys.  Bidding will start at $5 and all houses will have a $1,000 “buy it now” option available. 

All proceeds benefit The Lakes Region Human Society.  FREE!

Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce presents Christmas in Wolfeboro Parade & Official Tree Lighting aka "The Giving Tree"

A touching story by Lynne Palmer to remind us all how important it is to remember what the true meaning of Christmas is all about, the gift of giving!

The Giving Tree

By Lynne Palmer

For more than 25 years Wolfeboro has had a community Christmas tree in the middle of our downtown for all to enjoy and celebrate the holiday season. When people ask me what I appreciate about living in The Oldest Summer Resort in America, I usually respond that Christmas is the time I covet the most living in Wolfeboro. Downtown Wolfeboro is blanketed in snow and becomes a Rockwell canvas for a few short months. It's hard not to be captivated by a scene that must cultivate a smile from almost every passerby that is lucky enough to venture past the large evergreen planted in front of Black's. If anyone has wondered about where the tree comes from and whether there a story behind it, the answer is...yes! Our community tree is a gift donated by private citizens each and every year since the tradition first began.  

For a long time, Bill Rae, who was Wolfeboro's Tree Warden would come by the Chamber Office in his little truck to pick up Mary DeVries to go tree hunting. They would drive by a location where someone had offered a tree on their property or to check out a tree that was spotted by a resident considered to be an ideal selection. "I have the fondest memories of doing this with Bill Rae. It was one of the highlights of the year to ride along with him and be a part of the selection process," recalls Mary. When Mr. Rae passed away, Cindy Melanson became the guardian of the tree search and has enthusiastically supported the exploration. If you have ever wondered why the tree is shorter or wider than the last one, or why it's a fraser one year and a spruce the next -- the answer is, it's a gift, and each tree is uniquely wonderful and has its own story. The other elves in this holiday story are the members of the Wolfeboro Electric Department that donate their time and services to cutting, transporting, and stringing the lights along with a temporary connection for power. Local Chamber sponsors of community events support the purchase of the lights and the splendid star. 

This year, we have the Smallidge family to thank for our holiday Blue Spruce which was planted on June 7, 1992, the weekend of Dianne Smallidge's birthday. David and Dianne owned Link Metal Corporation which opened the same year the tree was planted at their business, and their family donated the tree in their loving memory. Their children are happy that the tree is going to such a good cause and know that it will be appreciated by all. So, thank you to the Smallidge family for honoring their parents and us with this gift from their family legacy. 


Christmas in Wolfeboro Parade and Official Tree Lighting

When: Saturday, November 30th, 3 PM – 4 PM

Where: Main Street, Wolfeboro

The Parade will enter Main Street at Brewster Academy and travel North, ending at the corner of Main and Mill Street. Santa Claus will then make his way to the Community Christmas Tree where he will use his magic to turn on the holiday lights.  Clearlakes Chorale will be singing carols prior to the lighting of the tree.

Weekend Events 11/29/19 - 12/01/19

Friday, November 29nd

Christmas at the Castle

  • Castle in the Clouds (map)

Call (603) 476-5900 for more information


Saturday, November 30th

Wolfeboro Chamber of Commerce 23rd Annual Christmas Craft Fair

When: 9 AM – 3:30 PM

Where: Kingswood Regional High School, 396 South Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH

  • Free Admission
  • Handicap Accessible 
  • Plenty of Free Parking
  • Babysitting
  • Santa Claus
  • Face Painting
  • Raffle 
  • Gift Wrapping

Fun for the Entire Family!


Presented by Kingswood Student Organizations:

  • Future Business Leaders of America  
  • Technology Student Association
  • National Honor Society


Cocoa With Santa 

Hosted by Huggins Hospital 

Join Santa for hot cocoa, treats and activities. The event is FREE and includes professional photos with Santa!

When: 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM

Where: Huggins Hospital Cafe, 240 South Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH


The Country Bookseller welcomes author Valerie Egar

When: 1 pm - 3 pm

Where: The Country Bookseller, Wolfeboro, NH

Local author Valerie L. Egar will be at The Country Bookseller to read and sign “Oh No! Reindeer Flu!” her recently released children’s book. Enthusiastic huskies declare an emergency and volunteer to pull Santa’s sleigh when the reindeer fall ill on Christmas Eve in this entertaining holiday tale.


Christmas in Wolfeboro Parade and Official Tree Lighting

This is a Wolfeboro Area Chamber of Commerce Community Event

When: 3 PM – 4 PM

Where: Main Street, Wolfeboro

The Parade will enter Main Street at Brewster Academy and travel North, ending at the corner of Main and Mill Street. Santa Claus will then make his way to the Community Christmas Tree where he will use his magic to turn on the holiday lights.  Clearlakes Chorale will be singing carols prior to the lighting of the tree.

Weekend Events 11/22/19 - 11/24/19

Friday, November 22nd

Christmas at the Castle

  • Castle in the Clouds (map)

Call (603) 476-5900 for more information.


Disaster - A 70’s Jukebox Musical @ Kingswood Theater (Saturday Night & Sunday Matinee too!)

  • Sunday Matinee 2:00 PM 4:00 PM
  • Kingswood Arts Center (map)

Call (603) 569-2055 for more information.


Saturday, November 23nd

28th Annual Turkey Trot

  • Wolfeboro Railroad Depot (map)

Contact Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation at (603) 569-5639 for more information.


1863 - The First Official Thanksgiving

New Hampshire Farm Museum, 1305 White Mountain Highway, Milton, NH

In 1863 Lincoln proclaimed the first national Thanksgiving Day in the midst of the Civil War. The New Hampshire Farm Museum recreates the experience as people enact the roles of the family members and what Thanksgiving at that time would have been. Enjoy light refreshments, hands-on activities. Ride a horse-drawn sleigh or wagon. Members FREE, $25 family, $10 adult, $7.50 senior, $5 juvenile, free children <4





Weekend Events 10/11/19 - 10/13/19


Friday October 11th 

5th Annual Pumpkin Patch (Saturday & Sunday, too!)

NH Grass Drags and Watercross (Saturday & Sunday, too!)

Corn Maze (Saturday & Sunday, too!)

Pick You Own Pumpkin Patch (Saturday & Sunday, too!)



Saturday October 12th 

3rd Annual Crush Fest - Wolfeboro 

Sandwich Fair - Sandwich 

Mountaintop Yoga - Gilford

Concert - Plymouth 


Sunday October 13th

Boston's Vintage Vocal Quartet 

Moonlight Zip Tour - Gilford 


Lake Winnipesaukee Public Beaches

Alton Town Beaches

Rt. 28A on Alton Bay & swim dock on Rt. 11 next to Alton town docks

Brewster Beach

Rt. 28 south of downtown Wolfeboro

Carry Beach

Rt. 28 north of downtown Wolfeboro to Forest Rd.

Ellacoya State Park 

Rt. 11 in Gilford 

Leavitt Park 

From Rt. 25/Rt. 23 intersection in center of town to Rt. 25 north to Leavitt Rd.

Weirs Beach/Endicott Rock Park

Rt. 3 in Laconia

19 & 20 Mile Bay Beach 

Rt. 109 Tuftonboro

Melvin Village Wharf

Melvin Village
Rt. 109 Gov. Wentworth Highway at Elm St. and Union Ave.




Weekend Events 9/27/19 - 9/29/19


Click on each event for more details, including specific locations and times.


Friday September 27th 

Hunt For Your Own Pumpkin - Moultonborough (Sunday & Sunday, too!)

Corn Maze - Moultonborough (Saturday & Sunday, too!)

Flying Film Series - Plymouth (Saturday & Sunday, too!)



Saturday September 28th 

Autumn Craft Fair - Wolfeboro 

Art Walk - Wolfeboro 

Mountain Top Yoga - Gilford (Sunday, too!)

Moonlight Zip Tour - Gilford 

80's Themed 5K and Trail Race - Gilford


Sunday September 29th 

Concert - Plymouth


Weekend Events 9/20/19 - 9/22/19


Click on each event for more details, including specific locations and times. 


Friday September 20th


Film Series at The Flying Monkey - Plymouth (Saturday, too!)

Hunt For Your Own Pumpkin - Moultonborough (Sunday, too!)

Corn Maze - Moultonborough (Sunday, too!)

Concert at the Flying Monkey - Plymouth


Saturday September 21st


Film Series at The Flying Monkey - Plymouth (Sunday, too!)

Museum Day - Wolfeboro 

Garden Days of Summer - Laconia


Mountain Top Yoga - Gilford (Sunday, too!)

Moonlight Zip Tour - Gilford 


Sunday September 22nd


Upper Pond Adventure - Holderness