• Events Calendar

    Thursday Aug 15, 2019 - Sunday Aug 18, 2019
    THE amazing, annual trappers' event! CHRISTMAS THEME for campsites! Demos, Stories, Camping, Contests, Food, Dance, Kids' Stuff, More! Traditional Maine represented by trapping and hunting demonstrations, contests, music, an auction, more. Family-friendly fun! And Sunday, 8:30am Church Service with trapper, Pastor Lloyd Waterhouse. As always, hosted by Neil Olson, Olson's Furs, Tents & Baseball! View schedule & other details for New England Trappers Weekend ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Workshops & Continuing Education, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Music & Concerts
    Saturday Aug 17, 2019
    Join us this weekend for movies at The Gem! This weekend we're screening: The Angry Birds Movie 2 [PG] 12:30, 3:00, 5:15, 8:00 Dora and the Lost City of Gold [PG] 12:15, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00*, *NO Sat. 8pm show The Art of Racing in the Rain [PG] 12:00, 2:45, 5:30, 8:15 ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Community
    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 - Sunday Aug 18, 2019
    Join us for an evening at the Bethel Inn Resort complete with a nine hole shotgun scramble golf event, and after party with live entertainment, dinner, raffles and prizes. ... read more
    Categories: Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Resort Events
    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
    Saturday Aug 17, 2019 - Sunday Aug 18, 2019
    Presented by Mighty Maine Productions and Black Bear Energy, in conjunction with BAAM Founded in South Paris/Norway Maine, Singepole Mountain Band is currently a six piece band playing highly experimental, improvisational music based on funk, rock, jazz, blues, soul and everything in between. Hambone is a 4 piece Soul Jam Fusion Band. Doors at 8:00pm, Music starts at 9pm This is an 18+ event, 21+ to drink. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Community, Music & Concerts
    Sunday Aug 18, 2019
    Join us this weekend for movies at The Gem! This weekend we're screening: The Angry Birds Movie 2 [PG] 12:30, 3:00, 5:15, 8:00 Dora and the Lost City of Gold [PG] 12:15, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00*, *NO Sat. 8pm show The Art of Racing in the Rain [PG] 12:00, 2:45, 5:30, 8:15 ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Community
    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
    Join us this weekend for movies at The Gem! This weekend we're screening: The Angry Birds Movie 2 [PG] 12:30, 3:00, 5:15, 8:00 Dora and the Lost City of Gold [PG] 12:15, 3:00, 5:30, 8:00*, *NO Sat. 8pm show The Art of Racing in the Rain [PG] 12:00, 2:45, 5:30, 8:15 ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History, Kids & Families, Community
    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
    Join us for a special presentation by award-winning plein air artist Erik Koeppel of Jackson, New Hampshire, as our major summer exhibit, ?Art as Antidote: White Mountain Landscapes,? comes to a close. This free event will begin in the Twitchell Education Center, where Koeppel will share his thoughts on the influence and power of art as an antidote to our times using several of his recently completed art works (which will be for sale) as examples. Time will be set aside to view the main display, which includes 85 landscapes dating from 1836 to 2018. Erik Koeppel (b. 1980) was born in Oregon, and spent his childhood moving with his family through many of the most beautiful landscapes of North America?from the Rocky Mountains, to Southern California, to the Appalachian Range. At the age of ten, his family settled in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where he drew obsessively from nature, and began to develop a love for the expressive potentials of traditional representation. Erik received his formal training from the Rhode Island School of Design followed by the New York Academy of Art, and an annual apprenticeship in Wiscasset, Maine, with his professor and friend, Seaver Leslie. After copying extensively from the Italian Masters, he developed a body of work that has been exhibited and collected internationally, and represented across the United States. Koeppel?s mastery of traditional techniques has led him to become one of very few young contemporary artists whose work is regularly exhibited with historic masters of the 19th and early 20th Centuries. His work has hung beside Thomas Cole, Winslow Homer, Edgar Degas, John Frederick Kensett, and George Inness, and he has had the distinguished honor of entering permanent collections including artists of this caliber. American Artist, PleinAir Magazine, and other respected publications have covered his progress. Koeppel is a member of the esteemed Guild of Boston Artists. ... read more
    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    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
    Wednesday Aug 28, 2019
    Come and join the members of the community for a great meal! No charge! ... read more
    Categories: Kids & Families, Community, Foodie Special 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
    Start off with a Parade, then head to the town common for kids' games, Face painting, Mr. Drew and his exotic animals, Pony rides, Live Music, Vendors, Food, Live Auction, and Fireworks. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community, Music & Concerts
    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
    Wednesday Sep 4, 2019
    Join CORE on September 4, at The Gem's Co-Work Conference Space for our Coffee Chat! The topic this month is Grant Writing and our guest presenter Annie Reiter from Connect! Consulting will lead a discussion about best practices for grant writing and share tips on how to write successful grant proposals. Coffee, tea, and breakfast snacks will be served. Please RSVP to this event so we will have an adequate amount of coffee ready for all. ... read more
    Categories: Business Networking, Workshops & Continuing Education, Community
    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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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Sunday Sep 22, 2019
    Join experienced hikers, Paul Handlen and Pete Dubay, for a guided hike up the 4th highest peak in Maine. This all-day, 7.6 mile round-trip hike is rugged with over 2000 feet of elevation gain and loss. This hike is best for experienced hikers who should bring the following: adequate water, lunch, and fleece for warmth. Due to concerns about returning before dusk, the group will turn around no later than 1:00PM even if the peak is not reached. Meet at the trailhead (11.7 miles from intersection of Routes 2 and 26) no later than 7:45AM. ... read more
    Categories: Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Sunday Sep 22, 2019
    This challenging Second Nature Adventure Challenge hike is a rewarding end-of-the-season excursion. Climb the platform at the summit for incredible views all around. Leaders from Mahoosuc Land Trust, Mahoosuc Pathways, and Western Foothills Land Trust will guide your way on the trail. Wear layered clothing and hiking boots; bring plenty of water and food. We'll meet at the Appalachian Trail parking lot in Grafton Notch at 8am; email us to arrange for carpooling. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Kids & Families, Community, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Health & Fitness
    Sunday Sep 22, 2019
    The Bethel Region CROP Walk (Communities Respond to Overcome Poverty) will start at 11:30 a.m. and walk 5k around Bethel village to raise money for Church World Service (75%) and the local Food Backpack program (25%). The goal is to raise funds to reduce poverty and hunger worldwide. The day will start at 10:00 with an Ecumenical Service on the Bethel Common. Bring picnic items to share for lunch. The Walk will begin on The Common around 11:30 a.m. ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Monday Sep 23, 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
    Sunday Sep 29, 2019 - Tuesday Oct 1, 2019
    2019 Fall Festival Pro-am at The Bethel Inn Resort - Celebrate the 27th Annual Fall Festival Pro-am, Sunday, September 29th through Tuesday, October 1st at Maine’s Premier Four Season Resort. Arrive Sunday for a practice round and evening social with two days of tournament play starting Monday at 9am. Two tournament packages to choose from: Inclusive Overnight Package – Two Nights Amateur: $495 Professional: $225 Including: ~ Two nights lodging, Traditional Inn or Luxury Townhouse accommodations ~ Cocktail Welcome Party on Sunday ~ Daily Breakfast ~ Downeast Lobster Bake on Monday evening ~ Awards Luncheon on Tuesday ~ All entries, golf & cart fees for Mon & Tuesday Inclusive Commuter Package Amateur: $325 Professional: $225 ~ All entries, golf & cart fees for Mon & Tuesday ~ Cocktail Welcome Party on Sunday ~ Downeast Lobster Bake on Monday evening ~ Awards Luncheon on Tuesday All PGA members and professionals affiliated with recognized golf facilities are eligible. Contact Jeff Susdorf, Head Golf Professional for more information or contact us at (800) 654-0125 or golfshop@bethelinn.com to reserve your spot. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Special Events, Outdoor Recreation & Sports, Resort Events
    Monday Sep 30, 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
    Friday Oct 4, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Saturday Oct 5, 2019
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    Categories: Arts, Culture, & History
    Friday Oct 11, 2019 - Sunday Oct 13, 2019
    Gentle yoga awakens the body. Through unhurried, mindful movement you Gentle Gentle yoga awakens the body. Through unhurried, mindful movement you cultivate an attentive, curious, open attention to whatever is arising in the moment through your body. Likewise, in a quiet, contemplative environment you attend to your thoughts and feelings in Proprioceptive Writing. Through this simple but profound method of expressing and reflecting upon thought, your natural sense of connection with the self is restored. ... read more
    Categories: Workshops & Continuing Education, Health & Fitness
    Thursday Oct 17, 2019
    Chamber Annual Meeting & Dinner ... read more
    Categories: Business Networking
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