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Volunteers Needed for U.S. Freestyle Championships

February 5, 2019

By Jan Stearns

Waterville Valley’s long history of hosting world-class events will continue with the return of the U.S. Freestyle Championships from March 10-17, 2019 when the best mogul skiers in the country take to Lower Bobby’s. Monumental events like this can’t happen … Continue reading

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Wanted! Applicants for Curious George Artist Residency

January 28, 2019

By Jan Stearns

The Rey Center at the Curious George Cottage has put the word out that they are now accepting applications for the Margret & H.A. Rey Center Artist Residency in Waterville Valley. The residency is open to professional and emerging artists. … Continue reading

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January is Learn to Ski Month

January 23, 2019

By Jan Stearns

January is Learn to Ski & Snowboard month and Waterville Valley Resort is offering an amazing $39 beginner lesson package that includes: Lower mountain lift ticket 2 hour group lesson Rental equipment for downhill skiing or snowboarding Learn-to packages are available for … Continue reading

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Dark Sky Stargazing is a GO for Saturday Night

January 5, 2019

By Jan Stearns

Waterville Valley’s dark sky has attracted stargazers for many years and were inspiration for author Hans Rey (of Curious George and ‘The Stars’ fame).  The Curious George Cottage, home of the Rey Center, hosts monthly stargazing programs, including one scheduled … Continue reading

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Alpine Silver Streaks

December 31, 2018

By Jan Stearns

Yesterday I posted Gigi’s report on the Nordic Silver Streaks. I don’t want the alpine Streaks to feel left out, so here’s an update on the alpine Streaks. The next meet-up of the Silver Streaks is Wednesday, Jan. 2nd. Apres … Continue reading

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Should School Start Before Labor Day?

December 28, 2018

By Jan Stearns

New Hampshire’s second largest industry is tourism.  Tourism includes a number of business sectors ranging from hotels to resorts and campgrounds, restaurants to retail stores, attractions, arts, entertainment, real estate, and more.  Tourism even impacts the trades and services, like … Continue reading

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Monkey Business

December 27, 2018

By Jan Stearns

Catch a showing of the movie “Monkey Business” on Friday, Dec. 28, starting at 6 p.m. at the Curious George Cottage (Noon Peak Road, Waterville Valley).  The documentary movie chronicles the lives of Margret and Hans Rey, creators of Curious … Continue reading

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Volunteers Needed for U.S. Alpine National Championships

December 16, 2018

By Jan Stearns

Waterville Valley Resort has a long history of hosting world-class events, and we are excited to continue that legacy when the nation’s top ski racers take on Tommy’s World Cup for the U.S. Alpine National Championships in March, 2019. Events … Continue reading

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The Dam

December 11, 2018

By Jan Stearns

The Corcoran Pond dam project is continuing on despite the cold and snow.  According to Town Manager, Mark Decoteau, the dam construction contractor has been installing the concrete blocks (the ‘re-armoring’ required by the State of New Hampshire). The contractor … Continue reading

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Race to Honor Clay Soper

December 9, 2018

By Jan Stearns

The Clay Soper Memorial Ski Race returns to Waterville Valley Resort on January 19 & 20, 2019. The race has been overwhelmingly received by the ski community and races have sold out three years in a row.  Clay Soper was a … Continue reading

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