To check for availability or book any of the specials below, call the Inn on Main at (603) 569-1335.
Winter Wonderland in Wolfeboro
Come stay in our quintessential New England bed & breakfast with all the modern amenities you deserve. Winter is a magical time in Wolfeboro and the Inn on Main is a perfect place to getaway! Call for availability of these special Winter Wonderland rates:
- Friday & Saturday $109-$119/night
- Sunday – Thursday $89/night
Come stay at the Inn on Main and be our guest to also enjoy our amazing O Bistro Restaurant. Book your stay for $129/night and receive a free $50 dining credit for O Bistro Restaurant. This Dine & Stay rate is available for Friday and Saturday only and a 2-night minimum required for package.
Come celebrate your special occasion with us! Enjoy champagne -or- a flower bouquet upon arrival, receive a $75 dining credit to O Bistro Restaurant, and spend the evening at The Inn on Main! This package is available for $189/night.
Treat your Valentine to a weekend to remember! Enjoy a romantic King room at the Inn on Main as well as dinner for 2 at O Bistro Restaurant. O Bistro will be offering a special Valentine’s Day menu. This package only available for Feb 12 & 13, 2021. The Valentine’s Package rate is $389 for the weekend, and includes dinner for 2.
Offers Valid 11/1/20 – 4/1/21.
Some exclusions apply. Tax & Gratuity not included in rates listed.
The Granite State 90 Day Winter Challenge is to be physically active for 30 minutes or more every day in the months of January, February and March. Walk, snowshoe, ski, build a snowman, join an online fitness class – move however you like for 30 minutes!
Ice skating continues at the Everett Arena through March 12, 2021. Hours are Monday – Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Sunday, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Admission is $6 for ages 14+ and $5 for ages 13-. Skate rentals will be available for $5. COVID-19 public skating guidelines are in place.
Each year since 2010, we unite to celebrate a sport in its most authentic form.
We lace up our skates and hit the ice for three days of outdoor hockey and cold Labatt Blue’s.
Over 275 teams compete in 500+ games across 26 rinks, bringing our sport back to the basics.
Events are held on Zoom and usually streamed on Facebook. Each event starts with a featured performer from 7:00-7:30, followed by 8-10 open mic slots for musicians, poets, and comedians. Peformers must sign up ahead of time by contacting Liz at 603-848-2410 or emailing HighStreetCoffeeHouse@gmail.com Dana & Susan Robinson are feature for Nov. 6. We are closed in December. January 8 features Badger’s Drift, and Senie Hunt will be the feature for February 5. The coffee house is sponsored by the Boscawen Congregational Church. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
The Saturday weigh-in deadline is reverting to its original time of 4 pm. If you catch a fish on Saturday and miss the weigh-in deadline, you can submit your fish on Sunday morning. Eligibility is determined by those who had the largest fish in each category (as defined in the Derby Rules).
Due to the interactive nature of this event and the need for increased safety precautions for our traveling performers and staff, we have decided to postpone the CatTail Cabaret until February 13th, 2021 (making it a perfect Valentine’s Day date night!)
Presented as part of the Museum’s Mountain Voices series. To register for this FREE Zoom presentation, please email Rebecca Enman at email@example.com 2020 WMNF Artist-in-Residence Ellen Oliver will discuss her film titled “Untrammeled by Man,” a short dance film exploring our physicality in the Forest and its trails. 1,000 feet of aluminum foil was sculpted by her moving body and the natural environment throughout the project. Ellen will also discuss the upcoming White Mountain National Forest Film Festival, bringing together interdisciplinary artists, scientists, trail crew, and recreational users of the Forest to ask ourselves “How do we shape the Forest.” Ellen Oliver is a dance artist based in Providence, Rhode Island. Ellen works to combine her interests in movement, film, and painting through her choreography, performance, and teaching. Her work values cross-disciplinary collaboration and friendship. Ellen is co-founder of ProviDANCE Project with Angela Cole, choreographing and presenting work at Bearnstow Maine, WAXworks NYC, Dixon Place NYC, Southern Vermont Dance Festival, Urbanity neXt Residency Boston, and AS220 Providence. She is also co-founder of 3 Spice Dance, a collective of dance artists who create with methods that are inspired by Bearnstow, ME. www.ellenoliverdance.com Free and open to the public.