Magic Foods Restaurant Group actively participates in and hosts events that showcase and celebrate our culinary innovations. Our individual restaurants hold both on-site and on-location special events throughout the year. Some of these include Canoe Restaurant & Tavern’s Piscataqua Oysterpalooza at the Seacoast Science Center, and the Winter Fest at O Steaks & Seafood. We regularly host events like the exclusive wine dinners, the Buck-a-Shuck Summer oyster special, and blues music musicians to suit a variety of tastes and interests.
Check back often to find out about upcoming happenings at each of our restaurants – from Center Harbor and Concord, to Laconia, Sunapee, and Wolfeboro – and on-location at various events across New Hampshire.
The Wolfeboro Area Farmers’ Market began in 2002 with the hard work of a group of local farmers and citizens who wanted to provide a central venue for local farmers to sell directly to their local customers.Click here to read more.
Come join in at The Sandwich Fair for food, animal exhibits, rides and more. Admission is $12 children under 12 are free.Click here to read more.
Join in on scarecrow building at the Olive G Pettis Library! Prepare your home with fall décor that you can use for years to come.Click here to read more.
Five musicians recreating the music of Fleetwood Mac with note for note renditions. Tusk covers all the great hits of Fleetwood Mac, which has featured the talents of Mick Fleetwood, Christine and John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, Stevie Nicks and others over the years.Click here to read more.
Join the SLA to build your own planter box, then bring home your own new collection of native flowers! Not only will they brighten up your day inside, but you can transplant them outside come spring and watch as the native pollinators flock to your garden.Click here to read more.
The furry friends that will be joining you for this fun-filled event are the available cats and kittens in the care of NH Humane Society who are looking for forever homes.Click here to read more.
The Business Excellence Awards — awarded in nine different categories — honor individuals from New Hampshire-based businesses with less than 100 employees and those with more than 100 employees.Click here to read more.
Join artist and contemplative facilitator, Kenzie Raulin, for this 3-day workshop that explores creativity, and community through contemplative artmaking. Beginning Friday evening, enjoy a community meal and begin with an initial exercise.Click here to read more.
Join artist Ray Lagasse for a class on Saturday, October 14th, 2023 from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Ray will teach students the fine craft of basket making using reed and hardwood.Click here to read more.
Come and join the fun at the Leaf Peeper’s Arts & Craft Fair on October 14-15 at Schouler Park in downtown North Conway in front of the Scenic Railroad. The times are Saturday 10 am to 5 pm & Sunday 10 am to 4 pm.Click here to read more.
Join the Rosewood Inn in Bradford as they immerse themselves in the tranquil grounds of this historic property. You will not go fast or far; they aim to slow down and connect with the natural world. This all-level class includes gentle breathing and movement, sensory invitations, and group reflections. Enjoy a relaxing brunch starting at 9 am in the lovely dining room.Click here to read more.
This one-hour virtual workshop describes the tools and techniques for using information about neighbors to solve family history mysteries. Our ancestors often moved in groups and settled near one another. Thus, learning about your ancestors’ neighbors can provide critical information about your own family, particularly women.Click here to read more.
Join the New Hampshire Astronomical Society in the Laconia Public Library garden for an evening Sky Watch hosted by the New Hampshire Astronomical Society (NHAS). This all-ages event will take place on Thursday, October 19 at 6 pm, (rain date Thursday, October 26 at 6 pm).Click here to read more.
The Conniption Fits is a band that “brings the party”! They stake our reputation on entertaining every crowd, getting people up on their feet, and connecting with the audience. Voted “best Rock Trio” by New Hampshire Magazine. Based in Lebanon, New Hampshire; They perform all over New England; from Martha’s Vineyard & Boston Mass, Portsmouth New Hampshire & York Maine, to Stowe and Burlington Vermont and Upstate New York.Click here to read more.
Join artist Deb Fairchild for a class on Saturday, October 21st, 2023 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. In this session, you will learn how to make a hacky sack using jump rings (small metal rings) and pliers.Click here to read more.
Begin your day with some smooth moves in this lower intermediate Line Dancing class with Bonnie Deutch.Click here to read more.
Join in on a paranormal investigation at the historic Riverhill Grange and Horse Hill Cemetery in Concord, NH on Sunday, October 22!Click here to read more.
Drop your name in the jack-o-lantern at the children’s desk in Laconia Public Library from October 1st to October 21st to be entered into a drawing for a spooky book. The drawing will be on Monday, October 23.Click here to read more.
Club Soda is a four piece band based out of Concord, New Hampshire. They are the right band for you no matter what your event is.Click here to read more.
An event for the entire family! The 10K and 5K courses offer views of beautiful Lake Opechee with chip timing provided by Millennium Running.Click here to read more.
Join the NH Furniture Masters for their signature fundraising event in collaboration with the League of NH Craftsmen.Click here to read more.
Saturday, October 28 at 7:30pm, the Jersey Tenors return to Interlakes Community Auditorium for one night only.Click here to read more.
Trunk-or-treating is fun for people of all ages. During this event, adult members of the organization decorate the trunks of their vehicles in Halloween-themed decor and pass out candy or other goodies to the children in their community.Click here to read more.
Charles Schulz introduced Snoopy as the World War I Flying Ace in 1965, and over the decades the Flying Ace has become one of Snoopy’s most recognizable personas. This traveling exhibition from the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, titled Snoopy and the Red Baron, tells the full story of the charismatic and beloved character, from the origin of the story line, to how Schulz researched all aspects of World War I to bring authenticity to the strips.Click here to read more.