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 will never be bored whether you're visiting or relocating. 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.
The Wolfeboro Area Farmer's Market will open at their Clark Park location beginning May 31st, from 12:30 - 4:30pm with a wide variety of local vendors. For a weekend of fun, the Wolfeboro Inn will hold their Murder Mystery Weekend from April 20th to the 22nd. Call 603-569-3016 for details and reservation information.
If you are a lover of the arts we've got you covered too. For plays, musicals and even cinema, visit the Village Players at their Glendon Street location. Formerly a Unitarian Church, the building has undergone extensive renovations and is home to their productions and movie screenings. On April 20th & 21st at 8pm, the classic The Sting will be shown and their spring production of Crimes of the Heart opens April 6th at 8pm. Before the show, stop by the Wolfeboro Inn and see the 4th annual Tablescapes Creative Settings Exhibit presented by the Governor Wentworth Arts Council.
Here you'll find boating, hiking and everything in between. The 44th annual Great Smith River Canoe and Kayak Race will be held on Saturday, May 19th starting at 1:15pm with registration from 10am-12:45pm. The race begins at Allen Albee Beach on Lake Wentworth, ends at the town docks and is apx 4 miles long with a mild white-water stretch and 2 portages. Registration forms can be picked up at the Town Hall and Chamber of Commerce.
You must stop in The Wright Museum, located just out of downtown on Center Street. The museum will begin their 2018 season on May 1st with their exhibit, Memories of World War II, featuring black and white photographs from the Associated Press Archives. Also on display until June 17th will be Private Charles J. Miller: WWII Paintings from the South Pacific.