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February NH Grand Events Calendar:


Go Red for Women's Heart Disease - February 6

February is heart month! Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer in women? Red is the color of the day, so come to Great Glen Trails wearing your best red sweater or outfit and receive 50% off trail passes, rentals and a Go Red Dress pin. Help raise heart disease awareness. 1 Mount Washington Auto Road, Gorham.
Information:
(603) 466-2333

Valentine’s Day Dance - February 14 

After a day of snowmobiling, don your dancing shoes and enjoy a great evening at the Twin Mountain Snowmobile Club’s Valentine's Day Dance Fundraiser. The dance, from 8 p.m. to midnight at the Twin Mountain Town Hall, features The Whiskey Throttle Band, door prizes, a 50/50 raffle and great food donated by local businesses. $8 per person or 2 for $15 (BYOB).
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Starlit Snowshoe Tours - February 15

Experience the wonder of a winter walk on the moonlit snow. Join an AMC Naturalist Guide on a guided full moon snowshoe walk at Great Glen Trails. Use your senses (and no flashlights) to navigate the trails. Listen for owls calling and explore the winter landscape by light of the stars Reservations required; max group size is 20, minimum age is 8. 7 p.m. $12 per person over 12, or $35 per family of four. $10 snowshoe rentals.1 Mount Washington Auto Road, Gorham.
Information:
(603) 466-3988


Great North Woods Vintage Snowmobile Race - February 21

The third race of the 8th season of Vintage Snowmobile Racing will be run on February 21 in Errol. This classic event takes you back in time. Come to ride or come to watch the action! New classes this year include the 340 MOD Free Air and Pure Stock Bogie Wheel. The four-race series leads to a season finale on March 14 in Pittsburg where champions are crowned. 
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Funky Divas Of Gospel - February 22

The Funky Divas are known for their toe-tapping, hand-clapping gospel, rock and soul music. If you miss this funky group, it ain’t nobody’s fault but yours! 2 p.m. $15 adults, $10 minors. St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts, 155 Emery Street, Berlin. 
Information: 
(603) 752-1028


Moonlight XC Ski & Snowshoe Tour - February 28

Snow and a full moon accentuate the breathtaking beauty of Mount Washington Resort’s Nordic and snowshoe terrain. Join Nordic Center staff on this hour-long excursion along the moonlit cross-country trails of the Resort. If the views and experience are not hot enough, hot chocolate and a roaring fire will warm you following the adventure. 7 p.m. $10 per person. Route 302, Bretton Woods.
Information:
(603) 278-8989

Ski to the Clouds - March 1

North America’s Toughest 10K. Skiers and snowshoers race on the trails at Great Glen Trails and then up to the finish at treeline on the Mt. Washington Auto Road. Ski to the Clouds includes a climb of more than 2,200 vertical feet over the final 6 kilometers. The race is a true freestyle event; skiers can use either skating or classic technique. Limited to 150 competitors. 1 Mount Washington Auto Road, Gorham.
Information:
(603) 466-2333

23rd Annual SnoDeo - March 6 & 7

All trails lead to Stewartstown on March 6 and 7 for the 23rd Annual Swift Diamond Riders SnoDeo. Ride the trails and join the fun at one of the season’s premier events, and be among the first to see and ride some of the 2016-model snowmobiles from Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha. 
Billed as “One of the Top 10 Must Experience Snowmobile Events” by SnowGoer Magazine, the annual SnoDeo at Coleman State Park in Stewartstown draws upwards of 6,000 snowmobile enthusiasts from around the Northeast and southern Quebec, who come for the chance to test drive next year’s sleds, and browse and buy from the participating vendors.

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