Summer is officially over. It's the best time to hike and do non-beachy and non-frozen activities! Check out some of the areas interesting things to do!
Have you ever....checked out the local bogs? A BOG WAS ONCE A POND, now covered by vegetation, a type of floating mat that evolved over the last 10,000 years at the end of the glacial period. Boards have been laid to mark the best path and keep you safe to view the seasonal vegetation of stunted arctic plants.
Have you ever...visited the local historical societies?
"ALL ABOARD" runs through OCTOBER 31, 2021 at the Tin Shop Saturdays 10 am-12 pm
The John Hay Estate at The Fells, Newbury, NH - Wonderful outdoor walks, Nov. 6 - 14 Christmas at the Fells
The New London Historical Society - Sundays 1 pm-4 pm - stroll the open village and the museum that houses local artifacts
The Ice House, New London Tuesdays & Thursdays (9 AM to 4 PM) and Saturdays (9 AM to 2 PM) from June 1 to October 9, 2021. A collection of automotive memorabilia. Antique Tractor Event Oct. 2, 9-1
Springfield Historical Society, Springfield - October 13 - Our National Thanksgiving with thanks to President Lincoln and Mrs. Hale, November 6 - Sip-a-Soup lunch - soup tasting, and soup to go.
Muster Field Farm, North Sutton Visit the farm, stroll the gardens, enjoy the views. Winter - cross country and snowshoe trails,
Warner Historical Society Five museums are located in Warner
Mt. Kearsarge Museum, Warner, Monday - Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday noon- 4pm with the last admission at 3:00pm for all days. Special Events - September 26 10-4, Harvest Moon Festival, October 11 Indigenous Peoples' Day,
NH Telephone Museum Sept. 29, 7pm Community Conversation: Telephone Service in Warner, NH Sunday, October 24, 2pm -VINTAGE RAILROAD MELODRAMAS WITH PIANIST JEFF RAPSIS
The Nature Discovery Center - Walk the Trails, hands-on nature.
Upton-Chandler House Museum Sept. 25 - 11-1 -Opening exhibit. Oct. 3, 2pm - Walking Tour: A Small NH Town Remembers its Black History
Wilmot Historical Society Sat. Sept 25, 9-1 pm the History Room in the Town Hall (previously a one-room schoolhouse) will be open. October 24 Annual Meeting - The Great Sheep Boom in New Hampshire.
Yes, there are apples to pick in nearby towns.
Poverty Lane Orchards/Farnum Hill, Lebanon, NH - pick your own and they are producers of award-winning cider
Gould Hill Orchards, Contoocook - apples, garlic, onions, potatoes, vegetables & more. We do have lots of goods including cider, baked goods, maple syrup, jams, pickles, and cider!
King Blossom Orchards, Grantham - apples, jams, and other goodies
Carter Hill Orchard, Concord - pick your own, bakery and cidery
Watch for the Pumpkin People popping up in New London!
And watch KearsargeCalendar.com for Halloweenie things too!!
Open Art Studios Weekend - Oct 9
Benefit: Duck Drop, Newbury - Oct. 9
Concert: William Ogmundson Oct 23 - 6 pm
RAIN OR SHINE - THE COLORS ARE BRILLIANT! ENJOY AUTUMN IN THE KEARSARGE REGION!