Wolfeboro is a fantastic community with a rich history and activities to enjoy all seasons of the year. If you're thinking of moving to the area or purchasing a vacation home, the links below will give you plenty of information from taxes and building codes to our schools and local Chamber of Commerce.
With shopping, restaurants and a vibrant arts scene, you'll seldom be bored. Here are some current events and activities happening around town. Click on the event links for additional information and visit back often as this page is updated regularly.
If you are a lover of the arts, the 2018 Governor Wentworth Arts Council - Arts Festival returns the last Saturday of the month through September with vendors, auctions, street performers and more. The Wolfeboro Area Children's Center will hold their annual Fairy Land Festival on Saturday July 7th from 10am-1pm with many beautiful fairy houses on display and activities. Concerts at the Cate Park Bandstand continue with The Seldom Playrights performing on Saturday, July 14th at 7pm. Bring a chair or blanket, enjoy the music and the amazing views from the town docks.
The 12th annual Nickfest will be held at Brewster Field on Saturday, July 14th from 11am-4pm with inflatable games, a petting zoo, live music and more. Take a walk on the Bridge Falls Path that connects with the Cotton Valley Rail Trail, a 12 mile path perfect for walking, running and biking.
You must stop in The Wright Museum, located just out of downtown on Center Street. Current exhibits include, Memories of World War II, featuring black and white photographs from the Associated Press Archives. Just down the road, also on Center Street you will find the NH Boat Museum, featuring antique boat exhibits, boat building classes and more. Head out of downtown on North Main Street and visit the Libby Museum of Natural History with a full schedule of events and exhibits throughout the season.
The Wolfeboro Area Farmer's Market will be open at their Clark Park location Thursdays, from 12:30 - 4:30pm, rain or shine through October 4th with a wide variety of local vendors.