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Resort Insider: Sept. 20-Oct. 8

September 20, 2019

The latest issue of the Resort Insider is hot off the cyber press. Click the link below to download a copy and find out the scoop on everything that’s happening in Waterville Valley for the next couple of weeks.

>> Resort Insider: Sept. 20-Oct. 8

THINGS TO NOTE

  • Community Meeting: Master Plan Discussion — THIS SATURDAY

Waterville Valley property owners, residents, vacationers, guests – anyone who loves Waterville Valley – is invited to attend a community meeting on Saturday, Sept. 21, starting at 6 p.m. at the Elementary School Multipurpose Room. Discussion points might include: What makes Waterville Valley a special place to live? To play? To visit? What does the future hold? Refreshments will be served. 

  • Avalanche Safety Course — Didn’t make it into this issue of the Resort Insider

WVBBTS is hosting an avalanche safety course by the Brass Foundation on Thursday, Oct. 24, from 6-8 p.m. at the Waterville Valley Academy community room. WVBBTS invites community members to attend (admission is free).  Direct questions to Maggie McGovern at Mmcgovern@wvbbts.org

  • Citizen’s Public Safety Academy – Tuesdays, starting Sept. 24, 6-8pm at Town Hall lower level meeting room.
  • Chili Challenge & Brews and Rally in the Valley – Saturday, Sept. 28. Chili sampling starts at 12 noon. All-vehicle show starts at 9am. Events are rain or shine.
  • Waterville Mountain Race – Sunday, Sept. 29. Elite mountain runners from across the country will converge on the Valley for the first ever Waterville Valley Mountain Race. As host to USA Track & Field’s annual Mountain Running Championship this event will feature $3000 in prize money and serve as the sole selection race for the 2019 US Mountain Running Team. The top four women and men will earn an automatic spot on the team and represent the United States at the 35th World Mountain Running Championships on November 15 in Villa La Angostura, Argentina. The are currently 200 pre-registered mountain, trail, road, track & cross country runners from 22 U.S. states and Canada including defending USATF Mountain Running Champion and 2016 World Mountain Running Champion Joe Gray (Colorado Springs, CO). 
  • Adult Field Trip to the Fryeburg Fair – Tuesday, Oct. 1, 7am depart the Rec. Dept.; return by 4pm
  • Coffee with a Cop – Friday, Oct. 4, 8:30-10:30am at the NEW JUGTOWN!
  • Osceola Library Book Sale – Saturday, Oct. 12, 12-3pm at the library
  • Gazebo Sashay – Sunday, Oct. 20, starting at 12 noon at the Valley Road gazebo (then sashay to the tennis court gazebo, followed by the golf course gazebo, and then to the golf clubhouse). Volunteers are needed to bring a dish, beer or wine. Email Dorothy Dibona at skibones@rcn.com
  • Don’t forget to sign-up for Wilderness First Aid course – 2 days, 16 hours — Nov. 2 & 3. $150/person; $135/WVAIA member. Reserve your spot by sending payment to: WVAIA, PO Box 412, Waterville Valley, NH 03215 (include name, address, email address & phone number)

About Jan Stearns

I've been living in and loving New Hampshire's White Mountains for most of my life. I moved to Waterville Valley in 1981 and quickly realized why it was dubbed a Yankee Shangri-la. Once you’ve experienced Waterville Valley, you’ll want to call it yours. The great team of Realtors at Waterville Valley Realty can help you find a Waterville Valley home that fits your lifestyle and budget.

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