• Events Calendar

    Sunday Jul 21, 2019
    Join us this weekend for movies at The Gem! This weekend we're screening: The Lion King [PG] 12:30, 3:15, 6:00, 8:45 Apollo 11 [G] 12:45, 6:15 Spiderman: Far From Home [PG-13] 12:15, 3:00, 5:45, 8:30 The Last Black Man in San Francisco [R] 3:30, 8:30 ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Community
    Monday Jul 22, 2019
    Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Monday Jul 22, 2019
    Join us this weekend for movies at The Gem! This weekend we're screening: The Lion King [PG] 12:30, 3:15, 6:00, 8:45 Apollo 11 [G] 12:45, 6:15 Spiderman: Far From Home [PG-13] 12:15, 3:00, 5:45, 8:30 The Last Black Man in San Francisco [R] 3:30, 8:30 ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Community
    Monday Jul 22, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Thursday Jul 25, 2019
    This short, moderately difficult hike offers beautiful views of the Androscoggin River and the valley. One of the Second Nature Adventure Challenge hikes, it leaves from the boat landing in Rumford Center. Wear comfortable layered clothing and hiking boots; bring water and a light snack. Meet at the trailhead at the landing at 9am or email us to arrange for carpooling. This hike is made possible by the Mahoosuc Land Trust, Mahoosuc Pathways, and Western Foothills Land Trust., who will provide leaders to guide the way. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Thursday Jul 25, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Thursday Jul 25, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Workshops & Continuing Education
    Friday Jul 26, 2019 - Sunday Jul 28, 2019
    The 19th Annual New England Couples Golf Championship: July 26 - 28, 2019 We're celebrating our 19th year! Sign-up today for this fun-filled weekend where couples from around New England enjoy a light-hearted weekend and two day golf tournament. Whether you bring friends or plan to meet new ones, don't miss this one of a kind event headquartered at Maine's Premier Four Season Resort. For more information call (800) 654-0125 or e-mail golfshop@bethelinn.com. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Friday Jul 26, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Friday Jul 26, 2019
    Before the Tough Mountain Challenge kicks yours, party it off at this year's annual Big Ass Bash! Pre-registered competitors can take advantage of Express Check-In at the South Ridge Base Lodge and pick up their event bib and materials between 5 to 9PM before the party takes over from 6 to 9:30PM. Complete with live music, food, and fireworks, we're preparing to blow this place wide open for our dirtiest Tough Mountain Challenge yet. The Big Ass Bash is open to everyone and free for all ages. Bring your appetite and party pants for the ultimate pre-race celebration. Of course, if you're looking for a place to rest your head after this doozy (and your achy limbs post-race), we've got plenty. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Music & Concerts
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019
    If you want to run 10 miles in the company of 10,000 other people and wait in half-hour lines at each obstacle, you'll find plenty of events where you can do just that. If you want to suffer for hours and risk life and limb, you can find those races too. But if you're looking for something different - something as fun as it is tough without the ego and the crowds - welcome to the 10th Annual Tough Mountain Challenge. Registration is currently open for the 2019 Tough Mountain Challenge. Psst. Don't hesitate to register—this event is already over 80% filled! Plus, you won't want to miss the annual Big Ass Bash on Friday night and the Mini Mountain Challenge for kids ages 4-12 on Sunday. Learn more about Tough Mountain Challenge. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Music & Concerts, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019
    In a Restorative Community, members practice being more inclusive in the way we communicate with one another through acknowledging each others gifts while also understanding the challenges that may cause someone to feel isolated and disconnected within their community. We interact with our peers everyday in meetings, on specific projects, or just in simple conversations on the street. These trainings aim to restore how we interact with our neighbors in a more meaningful, respectful way. Learning and practicing these skills is a productive step towards creating a healthier community. This training will be facilitated by Katey Branch of Halls Pond Healing Arts in South Paris! *A healthy lunch will be provided. Need help with transportation or have other inquiries? We can help! Just call Emily or Brendan at 739-6222. ... read more
    Categories: Workshops & Continuing Education, Community, Health & Fitness
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019
    Join us here at harvest Gold Gallery for another Plein Air paint out featuring Rebecca Klementovich. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019
    Join historian and Bethel resident David Jones, who will lead a special 1+ hr. walking tour of historic Bethel Hill village as a fundraiser for MBHS. People LIVED in historic Bethel. The tour looks at Bethel as home (Broad Street), market and workplace (Main Street), and cultural center (Church Street). Schools and churches, public spaces and places, shops and services; and houses of different shapes, sizes, and ages will be pointed out. Tours will start at the bell tower on the village common; admission is by donation. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Arts, Culture, & History
    Saturday Jul 27, 2019
    Deborah Henson-Conant (?DHC?) is a GRAMMY©-Nominated one-woman orchestra. Forget the demure harpist ? forget the Classical Music ? forget dozing off in the back row. Henson-Conant is a showman, entertainer and solid musician who?s been compared to musical greats from Leonard Bernstein to Elvis Presley. Her voice is compared to Carly Simon and Joan Baez; her playing to Chuck Berry and Jimi Hendrix; and her humor to musical comedian Victor Borge and even Eddie Izzard. Her shows, her life, her instrument, her workshops and her music are all about transformation ? all tied together by powerful, funny, affirming stories and universal humor. Legendary ?Tonight Show? trumpeter Doc Severinsen calls her the ?Wild Woman of the Harp,? iconic rock guitarist Steve Vai says she?s the ?Jimi Hendrix of the Harp.? See her once and you?ll never look at a harp the same way again. She?s toured with the Boston Pops, opened for Ray Charles at Tanglewood, jammed onstage with Bobby McFerrin and offstage with Aerosmith?s Steven Tyler. She?s been featured on television shows from Charlie Rose to Joan Rivers and ?The View? and in two full-length PBS music specials. ?Dazzling harp playing, gorgeous jazz/pop singing, comic timing and impressive songwriting.? -Austin American-Statesman ?Reshaping the serenely Olympian harp into a jazz instrument by warping it closer to the Blues.? -New York Times ?The Jimi Hendrix of the harp? -Steve Vai ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Sunday Jul 28, 2019
    The Mini Mountain Challenge is similar to the Tough Mountain Challenge, but designed for kids ages 4 through 12 to get dirty and have fun. Kids can expect uphill and downhill running combined with dirt, mud, fun obstacles, snowguns, and more. The Mini Mountain Challenge is organized into three heats: 10AM for ages 10-12, 10:30AM for ages 7-9, and and 11AM for ages 4-6. Course length and obstacles will vary for each age group. All kids should bring clothes and shoes they don't mind getting dirty, an appetite for fun, and a sense of friendly competition Registration is limited to 400 kids in total, and everyone gets a t-shirt and a medal. Register online now to make sure you get a spot! Miss out and your kids will never forgive you. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Outdoor Recreation & Sports
    Monday Jul 29, 2019
    Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Monday Jul 29, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Wednesday Jul 31, 2019
    Come and enjoy a great meal with members of the community! No charge! ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Foodie Special Events
    Thursday Aug 1, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Thursday Aug 1, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Workshops & Continuing Education
    Friday Aug 2, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 3, 2019
    Second Shop-N-Sip Craft Fair. 27 to 30 Crafters will be selling their Handmade or Homemade items. NO VENDORS. Tomato, Orange & Pineapple Juices. Coffee, Tea, and Soft Drinks. Strawberries, and Blueberries will be available for sale. Weather permitting, the Legion Will be serving up hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill. Raffle Table. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Community, Shopping
    Saturday Aug 3, 2019
    A perennial favorite! Join our intrepid hike leader, Dan Elliot, to the peak of Whitecap where we will enjoy the views, eat some wild blueberries and share a potluck ''gourmet'' lunch. This is a 4+ mile hike, so bring sturdy shoes, plenty of water and something to share for lunch. Meet at the parking lot. Rain date August 4th. ... read more
    Saturday Aug 3, 2019
    Join us here at Harvest Gold Gallery for another Plein Air paint out featuring Gwen Nagel. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Saturday Aug 3, 2019
    Fun, untimed triathlon for children ages 8-14. ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Health & Fitness
    Saturday Aug 3, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 3, 2019
    The Early Evening Show, a late-night talk show spoof, has been performed from Maine to Switzerland. A sell-out phenomenon, the Early Evening Show is the longest-running live variety show in Maine state history! The Bangor Daily News called it, ''a seamless, hilarious production,'' and CBS Sunday Morning called it, ''must-see reality.'' Join us the first Saturday of each month for lots of surprises with an ALL NEW SHOW! ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Monday Aug 5, 2019
    Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Monday Aug 5, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Monday Aug 5, 2019 - Friday Aug 9, 2019
    YOU are invited! Bring your friends! YOU ARE WELCOME IF: You are at least 3 years old, or if you've just finished 5th grade, or if you are anywhere in between. *For those in the Bryant Pond area, the Bethel Alliance Church van will be at the Bryant Pond Post Office at 5:30 p.m. each evening that week to pick children up and then they will be returned there after the program. Parents/Guardians MUST CALL AHEAD to register their child in order for them to be able to ride. Call 207-824-2289 for more details. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community
    Thursday Aug 8, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Thursday Aug 8, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Workshops & Continuing Education
    Friday Aug 9, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Friday Aug 9, 2019
    Join The Trust for Public Land, Mahoosuc Pathways, The Northern Forest Center, and the whole Bethel community to celebrate the newly created Bethel Community Forest. The permanent protection of this extraordinary community asset creates new recreational opportunities just two miles from town, opens access to the Bingham Forest, and protects key natural resource and working forest values. Come celebrate the protection and creation of this new shared backyard for Bethel! Friday, August 9th 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. -- Speaking program and light refreshments 2:30 p.m. – Hike, mountain bike ride, trail run, and kids activities (please bring appropriate gear) Locke Mountain Road (past the gate), Bethel, ME 04217. RSVP by August 1st to Ashley Stanton-Niehoff at 207.772.7424 x 5 or Ashley.Stanton@tpl.org. Limited parking is available so please carpool, walk, or ride your bike to the event if possible! Photo: Jerry Monkman ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Saturday Aug 10, 2019
    A Celebration in Downtown Norway of Western Maine?s Local Foods Movement Farmers? Market, Food Vendors, Free Workshops, Community Resources, Beer Garden, Live Music, Art, Kid Area Enjoy a harvest bounty, and learn about how this agricultural revival is building healthier communities with stronger economies while nurturing our natural environment. The Festival will showcase the food and agricultural renaissance in the foothills of Western Maine. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Workshops & Continuing Education, Community, Music & Concerts, Foodie Special Events
    Saturday Aug 10, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 10, 2019
    Join historian and Bethel resident David Jones, who will lead a special 1+ hr. walking tour of historic Bethel Hill village as a fundraiser for MBHS. People LIVED in historic Bethel. The tour looks at Bethel as home (Broad Street), market and workplace (Main Street), and cultural center (Church Street). Schools and churches, public spaces and places, shops and services; and houses of different shapes, sizes, and ages will be pointed out. Tours will start at the bell tower on the village common; admission is by donation. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Arts, Culture, & History
    Saturday Aug 10, 2019
    The one and only Dr. Professor Kubínek is a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, and all-around charmer who gives audiences an utterly joyous experience they?ll remember for a lifetime. His internationally acclaimed solo performances play to packed theaters around the world. After a sold-out run on Broadway, The New York Times lauded his work as ''Absolutely expert!'' His latest creation, TOMÁ? KUBÍNEK - MIRACLE MAN, is a rip-roaring revival of strong-man stunts, couples-counseling, snake-healings, and mass-hypnosis that leaves audiences dazed, beaming and in love with life once again... ?Masterfully played comedy...That secret mixture of daring, talent, and utter foolishness?? Santa Fe Reporter ?Hilarious and enormously talented.? TimeOut, London ?The audience sits transfixed, gleefully awaiting each new moment of mad brilliance.? Badische Zeitung, Germany ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Monday Aug 12, 2019
    Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Monday Aug 12, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Wednesday Aug 14, 2019
    Round Mountain, one of the Second Nature Adventure Challenge hikes, is perfect for an after-work or late-day excursion. This moderate hike offers views in the White Mt. National Forest, and takes between 1-2 hours to complete. Wear comfortable clothing and hiking boots; bring water and a light snack. This hike is made possible by the Mahoosuc Land Trust, Mahoosuc Pathways, and Western Foothills Land Trust. We'll meet at the trailhead on Hunts Corner Road at 5:30pm, or email us to arrange for carpooling. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Thursday Aug 15, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Thursday Aug 15, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Workshops & Continuing Education
    Thursday Aug 15, 2019
    Come show off your classic car or view others that are cruising in...owning one isn't a requirement! ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Community
    Friday Aug 16, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Friday Aug 16, 2019
    Every first and third Friday of the month at the old Greenwood Town Hall, Rte 26, in Locke Mills Village. The focus is on traditional, Celtic and Quebeois tunes. Other acoustic instruments welcome. Bring your instrument and join the lively-paced fun, or just come to sit a spell. FMI: Monica 207-381-7730 ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Community, Music & Concerts
    Saturday Aug 17, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 17, 2019
    Join historian and Bethel resident David Jones, who will lead a special 1+ hr. walking tour of historic Bethel Hill village as a fundraiser for MBHS. People LIVED in historic Bethel. The tour looks at Bethel as home (Broad Street), market and workplace (Main Street), and cultural center (Church Street). Schools and churches, public spaces and places, shops and services; and houses of different shapes, sizes, and ages will be pointed out. Tours will start at the bell tower on the village common; admission is by donation. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Arts, Culture, & History
    Saturday Aug 17, 2019
    A beloved singer-songwriter with a voice like no other, Carol Noonan is known for her contemporary folk music as well as her haunting renditions of Irish, English, and American traditionals. Her voice has been compared to a young Joan Baez, and she continues to win the praise of critics year after year. Described as emotional roller coasters, Carol Noonan's concerts feature her hilarious Maine humor coupled with her dark and heart-wrenching ballads. In addition to her Boston Music Awards, Noonan has received rave reviews from the likes of NPR's Weekend Edition to the unlikely pages of Horse and Farm and Playboy Magazines. She is also the owner and host of Stone Mountain Arts Center, a music hall nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains. ''Carol Noonan seems to exist beyond time.....she sounds at times like a 90's Sandy Denny, soaring into the heavens, as she hits you in the heart.? Steve Morse, Boston Globe ?a brilliant modern folk singer? Dave Marsh, Bruce Springsteen biographer ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Monday Aug 19, 2019
    Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Monday Aug 19, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Thursday Aug 22, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Thursday Aug 22, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Workshops & Continuing Education
    Friday Aug 23, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 24, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 24, 2019
    Ida LeClair, the star of Ida: Woman Who Runs With the Moose, Ida?s Havin? a Yard Sale! and A Very Ida Christmas, has been called ?the funniest woman in Maine.? Now is your chance to find out why. The Best of Ida is a show jam packed with Ida?s favorite stories. She will crack you up with her insights into love, friendship and the Pine Tree State of mind. Guaranteed to put you in touch with your ?innah Mainah,? Ida has Moxie, and she?s not afraid to drink it! Selected by Portland Magazine as one of the ?Ten Most Intriguing People in Maine,? award winning writer and performer Susan Poulin is the author of eleven plays, six of which feature her alter ego, Ida LeClair. She writes the popular Maine humor blog and podcast, Just Ask Ida and is the author of Finding Your Inner Moose: Ida LeClair?s Guide to Living the Good Life and The Sweet Life: Ida LeClair?s Guide to Love and Marriage, both published by Islandport Press. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Monday Aug 26, 2019
    Looking for people to chat with on your morning walk? Need some motivation to get out of the house and on the trail? This group meets every Monday morning for approximately 45 minutes of gently-paced walking on the Bethel Pathway. This paved path leaves from Davis Park at the intersection of Route 26 and Parkway, and meanders along the Androscoggin River. Benches along the way provide for rest stops, if needed. This group is made possible by Second Nature Adventure Challenge, Mahoosuc Land Trust, and Mahoosuc Pathways. ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Monday Aug 26, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Thursday Aug 29, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Thursday Aug 29, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Workshops & Continuing Education
    Friday Aug 30, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 31, 2019
    Enjoy a day of events to benefit and make a difference for families affected by childhood cancer. Parade, craft and food vendors, live music, silent & live auctions, lots of kid-friendly events and so much more. Finish a fun-filled day with fireworks! Rain or Shine. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community
    Saturday Aug 31, 2019
    One of the finest Federal style residences in its region, the Dr. Moses Mason House was begun in 1813 on a spacious lot facing onto the common at Bethel Hill village. According to Dr. Nathaniel Tuckerman True, Bethel?s eminent nineteenth century historian, the Mason house was the first on the common to be painted white, the first on a high foundation of granite slabs, and the first to make use of exterior shutters. The house and grounds were renovated and restored in 1972-73 by the Bingham Trust, which presented the property to the Bethel Historical Society in 1974 in memory of William Bingham 2nd, the town?s great twentieth century philanthropist. Nine rooms in the Mason House have been arranged to depict the residence as it appeared from 1813 to 1869 during the occupancy of Dr. Mason (1789-1866) and his wife, Agnes M. Straw (1793-1869). On view are a wide variety of eighteenth and nineteenth century examples of the decorative arts?many original to the house and all part of the permanent collection. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families
    Saturday Aug 31, 2019
    With the technical facility of hip hop, the sophistication of the glory days of the Cotton Club, the flash of Rat Pack era Las Vegas, and elements of vaudeville, robot, tap, and mime, The Wondertwins create a distinctive style all their own. Six-time winners of Showtime at The Apollo Theater, The Wondertwins have appeared with Maurice Hines Club Harlem and toured internationally with Bobby Brown's Don't Be Cruel tour in the UK, and the Purple Rain Apollonias Since I Fell For You tour in Singapore. ?absolutely beautiful, strong, powerful, and electricmade for Broadway? - Judith Jamison, former Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre executive director The Wondertwins ''dance in the same spirit as the great brothers of dance before them.? - Maurice Hines, dancer-choreographer ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Monday Sep 2, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Thursday Sep 5, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Workshops & Continuing Education
    Saturday Sep 7, 2019
    The Early Evening Show, a late-night talk show spoof, has been performed from Maine to Switzerland. A sell-out phenomenon, the Early Evening Show is the longest-running live variety show in Maine state history! The Bangor Daily News called it, ''a seamless, hilarious production,'' and CBS Sunday Morning called it, ''must-see reality.'' Join us the first Saturday of each month for lots of surprises with an ALL NEW SHOW! ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Monday Sep 9, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Saturday Sep 14, 2019
    Welcome to the inaugural Mahoosuc Ridge to The River Challenge! And by ''challenge'', we mean dirt, rough trails, steep cliffs, mountains...factor in serious elevation and some good old fashioned ''blood, sweat and tears''. This years' trail running race will reward 10k'ers with farms, paved and logging roads, beautiful views, forests and trails, while an additional 8 mountain peaks, stunning vistas, and the soon-to-be-infamous (and possibly despised) Spruce Cliffs and Aftershock await the half-marathoners. Oh, and then there's the Maine Brew Fest and food trucks at Sunday River...more about that later:) We'll update with specific course details as we keep exploring. Plan on a moderately difficult 10km course, suitable for newbie racers, hikers, and seasoned runners; and a doozy of an adventure for the half-marathon. True to it's backcountry nature, this event offers approximate distances, and may differ year-to-year. This is not your typical 10k or 13.1....put aside your plans for a PR and gear up for your new yearly challenge. This event is hosted by three local non-profits working together to promote trails, healthy lifestyles, conservation and community. Find more information on these organizations by clicking on them: The River Fund, Mahoosuc Land Trust, Mahoosuc Pathways. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events, Foodie Special Events
    Saturday Sep 14, 2019
    What's on tap? Sunday River's annual Maine Brew Fest Fall Session with craft beer and cider sampling from as many as 100 Maine breweries. This is a packed weekend with a beer dinner, an oyster tasting event, great food, family-friendly activities, and more. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Music & Concerts, Resort Events, Foodie Special Events
    Monday Sep 16, 2019
    If you're looking for a fun & friendly running/walking group, check this one out! We'll meet every Monday night starting June 3rd at 5:30pm for a run or walk (your choice), with 5k and 10k options. The entire course takes place on xc ski & mountain bike trails located in the cool woods of Bethel Village Trails at The Bethel Inn Resort. The trails have gently rolling hills--perfect for all abilities. As a bonus, bring your race bib to the Millbrook Tavern after your workout for $2 off your first beer! Participate in at least 6 runs and be eligible to win prizes at the end of the season celebration (date and details TBD). A suggested donation of $5 per race goes to support the trails at BVT. Kids 17 and under in the SAD 44 school district participate for free! Please arrive between 5-5:15 to register (you only need to do this once--registration is good for the season). ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness, Resort Events
    Saturday Sep 21, 2019
    Celebrate the harvest and the beginning of fall foliage season with arts, crafts, music, a farmers' market, a chowder and apple pie cookoff, and much more on the town common. Don't miss the Chowdah Cookoff -- (KA Chowderfest) hundreds of hungry tasters line up as many of your favorite restaurants vie for Peoples' or Judges' Choice. Always the third Saturday in September. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Music & Concerts, Foodie Special Events, Shopping
    Saturday Sep 21, 2019
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