What's Happening at Waterville Valley Resort, NH?

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Something special happens in Waterville Valley Resort nearly every day of the week, all year long.  Many activities are free, or a donation recommended.  Join us this summer at Waterville Valley, located in New Hampshire's White Mountains. 

Couples Golf League
Calling all golfers!  Waterville Valley Golf Club is hosting a new Couples League on Wednesday evenings at 5 p.m. beginning June 30.  The cost is a very reasonable $75 per member couple, and $175 per non-member couple (includes green fees) for the entire 8-week league.  Grab another player and join this fun league.  Give golf club manager Jim Wall a call at 603-236-4805 for more information and to sign-up.

National Trails Day
Mother Nature interfered with WVAIA’s plans for National Trails Day on June 6.  The event was cancelled due to thunderstorms.  Mark your calendar for the next trail day scheduled for Saturday, July 3.  Help WVAIA volunteers clear blow-downs, brush back the encroaching forest, and clean out drainage ditches.  Stay up-to-date on WVAIA happenings by visiting their blog online at wvaia.blogspot.com.  

Margret & H.A. Rey, authors of Curious George, Waterville Valley homeNYC & Curious George
The Rey Center has teamed up with Plymouth Travel Tours to offer an unforgettable weekend in New York City and the chance to see the highly acclaimed Jewish Museum exhibition, “Curious George Saves the Day:  The Art of Margret and H.A. Rey,” from Friday, July 16 to Sunday, July 18.  The deadline to reserve a spot is next Tuesday, June 15!  Travel to NYC by deluxe air-conditioned motor coach with individual movie screens.  The bus will depart from Waterville Valley and make stops in Plymouth, Tilton and Concord.  In addition to visiting the exhibition of Rey artwork, books and documents, the tour will include additional stops at the United Nations, the “Top of the Rock” at Rockefeller Plaza, Ellis Island, “Ground Zero,” Wall Street and South Street Seaport, Times Square, Chinatown, and the New York Botanical Gardens.  The price is $589 per person, double occupancy, $699 per person, single occupancy, and includes two nights’ hotel accommodations with breakfast and one lunch.  Make your reservations today by calling the Rey Center at 603-236-3308 or emailing info@thereycenter.org.

Guided Hike
WVAIA’s Dan Newton will lead a free hike to Mount Whiteface via Downes Brook Trail on Friday, June 18.  Meet Dan at 9 a.m. at the gazebo in Town Square.  603-236-3308.

Day Camp
The Recreation Department’s summer day camp program kicks off on Wednesday, June 23.  This summer the Rec. Dept. camps will operate out of the Waterville Valley Academy facility adjacent to the Tennis Center, which is located at the north end of town, due to extensive renovations at the school.  Four camp programs are offered midweek for kids and teens ages 4-14.  Activities revolve around outdoor exploration, games, crafts, boating, theatre, swimming and making new friends.  Campers go on field trips to various locations outside Waterville Valley every Wednesday.  Before and after camp care is available.  Learn more online at watervillevalley.org or call 603-236-4695.
Waterville Valley Recreation Department Day Camps
Twilight Barbecue
There will be a barbecue with potluck dessert following Twilight Golf League on Thursday, June 24.  Sign-up at the clubhouse, or call 603-236-4805.

Shakespeare in the ValleyBetter than Broadway
The current issue of New Hampshire Magazine has an excellent story about New Hampshire summer theatre and features Waterville Valley's very own Theatre Under the Stars.  Pick-up a copy and check-out the story "Better Than Broadway" by Tom Long and Stacy Milbouer.  Better yet, make plans to attend performances at the troupe’s outdoor theatre located in Town Square (indoor facilities are available in the event of inclement weather).  Theatre Under the Stars has dedicated their 5th season to the memory of Marc Paul Decoteau who was tragically killed in Afghanistan earlier this year.  Decoteau participated in the theatre’s kid’s camp and performed in a number of shows.  This summer season begins with the play “No Holds Bard: Sonnet Sonata” on Friday, July 2 at 6 p.m.  Free family matinees of Sugar-Coated Shakespeare are presented under the tent in the Town Square courtyard on Fridays and Saturdays beginning July 2 at 10 a.m.  Learn more by calling 603-738-3805 or online at shakespeareinthevalley.com.

Welcome Gordon Research

The Gordon Research Conference has returned to Waterville Valley this summer.  The non-profit organization hosts the world’s premier scientific conferences with scientists from around the globe discussing their latest work and future challenges in an informal setting.  The Waterville Valley community welcomes the Gordon Research attendees.

Cheers!
Jan Stearns, Marketing Director Waterville Valley Realty
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