New Hampshire's Lakes Region has a rich history of all seasons enjoyment. Summer's are full of fun with 273 lakes and ponds including Lake Winnipesaukee as well as hiking and walking trails and many public beaches. When temperatures drop and the snow begins to fall you can hit the slopes, take a turn around the ice skating rink or head out on the snowmobile trails. Viewing the foliage is an experience like no other and the perfect way to spend a fall day. In spring it's time for maple sugaring and heading back out on the trails. Below you'll find some helpful links to local information.
Winnipesaukee Playhouse in Meredith is a fixture in the theater community and April 25th-29th will perform Same Time, Next Year.
Informational talks and presentations are always interesting. On April 27th at 10:30am, Master Gardener Roz Mason will present Vegetable Gardening, Basics for Starting a Vegetable Garden at the Moultonboro Public Library. On April 28th from 1-3pm, Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center in Laconia will hold a Spring Soap Making Class.
If crafting is your cup of tea the League of NH Craftsmen in Meredith will hold a Sign Paining Class with Shirley Glines at Meredith Fine Art Gallery.