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Welcome to Jan's Blog! Waterville Valley Realty's marketing director, Jan Stearns, has been living in and loving New Hampshire her whole life. Click on Jan's Blog every day for news about Waterville Valley Resort people, activities, events, and real estate opportunities. Email Jan with your comments at [email protected] or call her at 603-236-3333.

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Waterville Valley Ski Resort Hosts Community Cleanup

The skiing and hiking community (and all others who would like to help out) are invited to join Waterville Valley Resort staffers on Saturday, June 3, starting at 9 a.m. for a “backyard” clean-up at the ski area.  In the … Continue reading


SUMMIT Teen Camp

Are your tweenagers and teens looking for some fun, challenging, exhilarating things to do this summer?  (But safe and ‘chaperoned’!)  Check out the newly revamped SUMMIT adventure camp at the Waterville Valley Recreation Department. It’s open to ALL youths ages … Continue reading


Rey Center Presentations

Mark your calendar for Friday, May 26 at 7 p.m.  The Rey Center at the Curious George Cottage in Waterville Valley will host Patrick D. Anderson, the Gibney Distinguished Professor at Colby-Sawyer College, as he discusses movie mavericks – filmmakers … Continue reading


In the Mood for Tennis

If you live outside the Valley, your flowers are probably blooming, you’ve already mowed the lawn several times, and maybe you’re already golfing and playing tennis at your home clubs.  Here in Waterville Valley, we’re still dealing with the vagaries … Continue reading


David Sakura to Speak About Internment of Japanese-Americans

Join local resident David Sakura on Wednesday, May 17 at 7 p.m. at the Plymouth, NH Historical Society Museum.  David will speak about his experience as a child living in a Japanese internment camp during World War II. In his talk, … Continue reading


Dog Waste Stations

New Englanders are crazy about dogs.  Rescues and shelters in the southern states are overflowing with dogs and ship hundreds (thousands?) of these southern dogs to northern rescue groups.  Organizations even fly homeless dogs from Puerto Rico to the U.S. … Continue reading


Spring Hiking Trail Conditions

Spring hiking in and around Waterville Valley is special – no crowds, longer daylight hours, cooler temps, lower humidity than in summer, beautiful waterfalls, happy songbirds and blooming wildflowers. Spring hiking can also present some challenges as winter conditions may … Continue reading


Post Office Closed May 12 Due to Break-in

UPDATE:  The Waterville Valley Post Office lobby reopened on Friday, May 12 at 3 p.m. Friday’s mail was not distributed. Normal operations will resume tomorrow, Saturday, May 13. The Waterville Valley Post Office is closed today, Friday, May 12, 2017.  … Continue reading


Does Waterville Valley Need a Museum, Historical Society?

Waterville Valley resident and former town clerk, Reggie Breeckner, is always teeming with ideas that will enhance our community.  The May issue of the WigWag (Waterville Valley’s monthly ‘newspaper’) included Reggie’s write-up about a proposed Waterville Valley historical society and/or … Continue reading


Resort Insider: May 12-29

Can you believe it’s already mid-May?  Click on the link below to find out what’s going on in Waterville Valley right through Memorial Day weekend. >> The Resort Insider: May 12-29


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