Activities in Wolfeboro

Looking for some fun, fall activities?

Get to know the fantastic community of Wolfeboro! Before the snow flies, take advantage of the sunshine and head downtown!

November 10th, 11th and 12th:

Come on over to the Village Players Theater on Glendon Street and enjoy a performance of The Music Man. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door.

Saturday, November 11th:

It's time to start thinking about winter sports season! The Children's Center's 44th Annual Ski & Skate Sale will be held at Kingswood Regional High School with great deals for the entire family. If you have equipment you would like to consign, bring it down the day before from 3pm-8:30pm. Please use the side door for bringing in your items.

The Wright Museum will host the annual Veteran's Day Ceremony from 11am-noon with speaker, retired Col. Dean Rondeau.

November 16th-19th:

Kingswood Theater presents the new musical comedy The Addams Family at the high school Arts Center. Tickets are available online or can be purchased at Blacks Paper and Gifts.

Saturday, November 18th:

Meet at the Railroad Station for the 26th Annual Turkey Trot 5K. Seniors who do not wish to participate in the traditional trot can meet at the Brewster Indoor Track to walk or run. The races begin at 10 am so pre-registering online is encouraged.

Saturday, November 25th:

The fabulous tradition continues with the annual Christmas in Wolfeboro Parade. Departing Brewster field at 3pm, traveling North on Main Street and ending with the lighting of the community Christmas Tree and opening of Santa's Hut.

While you're here, visit our local businesses and check those Christmas gifts off of your list, then relax and enjoy a nice meal at one of our local restaurants. What a great way to kick off the holiday season! Visit our website often and check out our New Hampshire Information pages where you'll find updated events schedules for Wolfeboro and the Lakes Region.

 

The Air is Cooling and Leaves are Turning!

It's that time of year again, the air is getting cooler and crisp and the gorgeous fall colors are popping out around the state. Curious about the best viewing spots or scenic drives to make the most of a day out taking in all the fall colors? Foliage Tracker is a great interactive site that offers information about peak viewing times, as well as prime photo opportunities in the area. Click on the link below to get started.

Foliage Tracker 2017

Wolfeboro to be featured on Our Hometown!

Wolfeboro, also know as the Jewel of Lake Winnipesaukee will be featured on NHPTV's Our Hometown program. Learn more about the history and culture of this fantastic community from those fortunate enough to call it home. Don't forget to tune in or set your DVR on Thursday, April 13th at 8pm! 

Click HERE to learn more about this exciting program and view additional programming times!

Fisherville Brew & Chew Returns to Downtown!

On March 4th, from noon to 3pm, the seasonal, bob house village Fisherville will once again return to downtown for the 2nd Annual Brew and Chew Event. Dating back to 1888 the community once even had it's own mayor but sadly was dormant for several years. Thankfully the community has seen new life through this fantastic event that will hopefully continue to grow for years to come. Though ice conditions are once again less than favorable, the houses will be set up in the town docks parking lot and the event will offer plenty of food, drinks, activities, shopping options and most importantly fun, all while supporting local businesses. Head on down this weekend and see all of the great bob house designs while enjoying chili, chowder, local brews and more!

Now that the storm is over it's time to have some fun at Abenaki Ski Area in Wolfeboro!

Wolfeboro is more that just a summer resort offering many fun winter activities as well. Abenaki Ski Area has been a fixture of Wolfeboro since 1936 with construction of a brand new Lodge completed in 2015. Offering 7 downhill trails from green to black diamond as well as glade & night skiing and an all-terrain park. The rope tow is one of the fastest on the East Coast and the environment is fun and family friendly not to mention affordable with ticket prices at $5 for residents and $17 for those visiting from other areas near and far. If you haven't checked out this fantastic facility, don't miss out! Head on over for a day of fun in the snow and some hot chocolate at the end. Click here to learn more.