Activities in Wolfeboro

Weekend Events Vol. 2.6

Friday March 1st 

Ski & Snowboard Races- Wolfeboro

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Presents Wild Winter Walk- Holderness

Saturday March 2nd

Wolfeboro Winter Carnival - Wolfeboro

Northeastern Ballet Theater Auditions - Summer Program- Wolfeboro 

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Presents Winter Bird Banding - Holderness

Maple Sugaring- Laconia

Sunday March 3rd

Stained Glass Art Class - Meredith

Trio Concert- Laconia

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Click the links of each event to learn more. Have a great weekend, everyone!

Friday February 22nd

Fire & Ice Festival - Wolfeboro

Pink Talking Fish - Plymouth

Saturday February 23nd 

Annual Abenaki Winter Triathlon - Wolfeboro

Antiques & Collectables Auction - Laconia

Fire & Ice Festival - Wolfeboro

Last Week of Summer Activities

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This weekend will be the last weekend of summer before Fall officially starts on September 22nd. Luckily, the weather is expected to be marvelous, reaching 80 degrees. Here are some suggestions for how to enjoy your last weekend of summer. Enjoy whatever you do! 

Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough 

This mountaintop estate is a popular tourist destination for its exquisite beauty and unique history. Visitors can choose from several activities while visiting the estate including: touring the mansion, eating at the restaurant located on the property, horseback riding and/or visiting the estate's exhibit gallery.

DeVylder Farm in Wolfeboro 

This local farm offers all the fruits and vegetables you'll need to make a wonderful end of summer meal. 

Rail Trail in Wolfeboro 

The rail trail is a great way to enoy summer scenery before foliage season. The trail is 11 miles long, beginning at Depot Street in Wolfeboro, and ends at Route 16 in Wakefield. 

End of Summer Home Maintenance 

This may not seem like an ideal way to spend your last weekend of summer but it could leave you feeling accomplished and prepared for the upcoming colder seasons. 

Water Activities in The Lakes Region 

Perhaps the best way to enjoy the last weekend of summer should somehow involve one of the many gorgeous lakes in our area. Whether boating, swimming, fishing, waterskiing, etc., enjoy the water now because soon, it will be too cold!

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Wolfeboro's Annual Sidewalk Sale Days

It's that time of year and Wolfeboro's annual sidewalk sale is this weekend. Local businesses will be offering sales and special deals on the sidewalks both Friday and Saturday. Make sure to stop by our office if you're looking to buy or sell. If not, stop by anyway to view all of the amazing properties in our window displays. 

Great Waters Music Festival presents The Capitol Steps

Also this weekend is the Great Waters Music Festival presentation of The Capitol Steps. They have been featured on NBC, CBS, ABC, and PBS.

Downtown Wolfeboro History Walk

For those of you that love history,  you'll love the Wolfeboro History Walk. Dressed in period costume, WHS member Don Hargy will describe the sites and activities of Wolfeboro's early days as a popular tourist destination. "Man in Black" will lead his flock to building locations that were notable in past eras. Although the walk is free, donations are greatly appreciated.

Winter Harbor Live Music Show

Donations to support Lake Winnipesaukee Association and Loon Preservation Committee will be accepted while you enjoy live music by the 9 piece Rosemary’s Baby Blues Band and food from The Chicken Bone. You can join the festivities your boat – portside ½ mile from the end of the harbor (Subject to any and all State of New Hampshire Marine Patrol Regulations and Requirements.)

Click here for event times and details. Have a great weekend!

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There's a lot going on in Wolfeboro this weekend! Are you going to any of these events?



Great Waters Music Festival presents The Doo Wop Project

The Jungle Book at Foss Field on Varney Road 


Acrylic Pour Painting Workshop at The Libby Museum 

Freese Brothers Big Band at Cate Park 

Stravinskyy, Sibelius, and Rachmaninov at Kingswood Arts Center 


Pancakes for Paws Brunch at Lakes Region Humane Society 

Circus Smirkus at The Nick

Click here for event times and details. 

Have a great weekend! 




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Can you believe that it's already the end of July? We can't. You know the saying...time flies when you're having fun. Continue to let it fly this weekend at these fun�events!�


Beatles Tribute Band Wolfeboro 7:00pm

New Hampshire Music Festival�Wolfeboro�7:30pm�

A Fox on the Fairway�play Wolfeboro 8:00pm

Sunflower Festival�Lee 10:00am (Festival ends 8/5)�


James and the Giant Peach play Wolfeboro 1:00pm

Have a great weekend!

It's Moonlight Madness Time Downtown!

This Friday, Moonlight Madness returns to downtown Wolfeboro with sidewalk sales, great food and drink, live music and more. After shopping til you drop, relax at Cate Park or Back Bay and take in the amazing views. Don't miss this annual tradition, it's sure to be a fun event! Contact the Chamber of Commerce at 603-569-2200 for additional information.

The season has begun for Molly the Trolley!

In operation since 1987, Molley the Trolley is a great way to explore Wolfeboro and learn it's history while taking in the sights and scenery. Memorial Day through June, she runs on weekends only from 11am-2pm. July and August you can find her around town every day from 10am-4pm, arriving at the town docks on the hour and the Depot on Railroad Ave on the half-hour. All day and season passes are available with children under four free! Click on the link below for additional information about this great Wolfeboro tradition.

Molly the Trolley 

Annual Memorial Day Parades happening throughout the Lakes Region

Monday, May 28th several communities in the Lakes Region will hold their Annual Memorial Day Parades.

Wolfeboro's parade will begin at 9am with a ceremony at Brewster Field, travel to Carpenter School, continue down Main Street, stop at the Post Office and end with a ceremony at the Community Bandstand at Cate Park. We hope you will join us for this wonderful tradition.

Alton's parade will begin at Monument Square at 10am, travel to the cemetery for ceremony, then will travel back to the Square for observances.

Gilford's parade will begin at the Community Church on Potter Hill Road at 10am and proceed to the cemetery for services.

Laconia's parade will begin at 10am, traveling through downtown to the Veteran's Park for services.

Meredith's parade will travel to several locations around downtown and will begin at 10am.

Moultonborough's parade will begin at 10am, travel down Rt. 25 to town hall where a wreath laying will be held at the Historical Society.

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