11th Annual Jericho ATV Festival

Save the Date for the 11th Annual Jericho ATV Festival, two days of ATV fun – where it’s all about the MUD!

Each year, the Festival gets bigger and better! Rock around the clock! Rock around the mud! Rock around all the exciting fun like ATV pulls, mud pit competitions, demo rides from the major manufacturers, an obstacle course, poker run, concerts and much more.

More exciting events will be added soon, so stay tuned.

Dixville Notch Music, Arts & Crafts Festival

Visit the North Country on Memorial Day weekend to enjoy this fantastic festival! High quality arts & crafts vendors feature handmade products, food vendors and live music performances. This year’s music theme is “Springtime Songbirds,” featuring local female musicians.

The location is absolutely breathtaking, including a waterfall, ponds, and manicured lawns and gardens in a private setting. Fun for the whole family!

Free Admission.

The Colebrook Grange Hall Summer Festival

Celebrate the days of the Colebrook Grange Hall at this exciting event, the first in a series of Colebrook Grange Hall Summer Festival happenings.

Chris Hadsel of Curtains without Borders will talk about how the Colebrook Grange Hall Curtain was restored, and Christopher Heath, NH Grange Master, will speak about the history of the Grange and the importance of the Grange in rural America. Free, but donations gratefully accepted.

Harvest Festival

A wonderful three-day event celebrates the season in downtown Littleton and Bethlehem — Friday, October 27-Sunday, October 29.


6pm – Annual Boofest at the Colonial Theater in Bethlehem featuring Circus Minimus, the one-man circus in-a-suitcase!

Noon–5pm (FRI & SAT) Pumpkins that have already been carved may be dropped off at Littleton Bike & Fitness. Candles are not necessary, we will provide them. Let’s break our record of pumpkins on the river from last year!

5pm–7pm – Time Out Timmy / Mad Cat Habitat Halloween Show at The Loading Dock


10am–12pm – Annual Littleton Police Department Halloween Festival at the Littleton High School for grades K–6. Pumpkin carving contest, bouncy houses, Home Depot kids build kits, face painting, donuts and cider. Participants are encouraged to bring a ready-to-carve pumpkin (scooped out); there will be a limited number of pumpkins available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Noon–3pm – Chili Cook-off at the Littleton Food Co-op.

Noon–5pm – Become a Zombie for the evening’s festivities! Stop by Aylakai, you bring your costume we will help with the makeup.

2pm–4pm – Trick-or-Treat on Main St., Mill St. and Cottage St. If you see a skull and crossbones in the window, this means the storeowner has graciously bowed out of the treat giving, so please abstain from bringing wily trick-or-treaters inside.

3pm–8pm – Refuel! Fill up with delicious food from vendors located along Riverglen Lane. Vendors include, Profile High School Arts Alliance and Alburritos!

5pm–8pm – Bake Sale – The Littleton Senior Center including donuts, whoopie pies, cookies, brownies, cider, hot chocolate, and coffee.

4pm–6pm – The Pumpkin Patch Hangout at the First Congregational Church. Warm food and kid-friendly activities available.

6pm – Zombie Walk All Zombies are encouraged to meet at Aylakai on Main St. for the ghoulish infestation of the Riverwalk Area.

6pm–8pm – Haunted Trick-or-Treat hosted by the Upstage Players; Family friendly, $3 adults, $2 children, kids 5 and under free.

6pm–9pm – Gathering of the Jack‘O’Lanterns. View hundreds of pumpkins illuminating the Ammonoosuc River. Enjoy a bonfire built and lit by the Littleton Volunteer Fire Department.

7pm – Phoenix Bazaar An eclectic troupe performing with fire and LED props. (Fire only available in VT and MA).

8pm–10pm – House of Terror Get scared! Hosted by the Upstage Players; Adults only, $5 per person.

9pm – Halloween Special: Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Colonial Theatre. Doors at 8:00pm for cash bar, the evening’s signature cocktail (Time Warp Punch) and free Hor d’ourves (Frank. N. Furters and Meatloaf) and costume ogling. RHPS behavior of all sorts encouraged.


9am–11am – Buffet Breakfast fundraiser at the Littleton Senior Center.


2017 Moose Festival

The 2017 Moose Festival celebrates northern New Hampshire and Vermont’s largest creature with a family-centered country fair held in Canaan, Vermont, just across the Connecticut River from Colebrook, NH.

A jam-packed schedule of entertainment — Moose Calling Contest, Moose Chili, Classic Car Show, ATV Ride-In, craft fair with more than 75 artisans, horse-drawn wagon rides, dog show, maple tasting, old-fashioned barn dance, and many wonderful family activities — guarantee fun for everyone. And, who knows? You might even see a moose or two moseying along the side of the road.

Cog Railway SteamPunk Fest – “Railway To The Moon”

2nd Annual Cog Railway SteamPunk Fest – “Railway To The Moon”

Experience Victorian Era meets the Wild West meets Jules Verne at The Cog. Wear your Steampunk best for the costume parade with prizes, Steampunk art, antique bicycling, steam exhibits and more. End the day with a ride to the moon on the “Steampunk Express,” engine number 9. Call 603.278.5404 to book train tickets for the 3:30 pm steam ride; admission to the event is free.

Poore Farm Music Festival

Come and join the Poore Family Foundation Historic Farm Museum in an Outdoor Concert on Saturday, August 12. Poore Farm Music Festival 2017 is a day long musical event: Traditional Folk, Bluegrass to Progressive Rock & More. Fire Dancers too!

Held at The Poore Family Homestead Amphitheater – Watch for signs on Route 145. Admission is by donation (suggested $10 per adult), accompanied children under 12 are FREE.

Regular Museum Hours: June to September. Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or as posted). Please watch for signs. Directions: 7 miles north of Colebrook, NH on Route 145 in Stewartstown.

Sponsored by The Poore Family Foundation for North Country Conservancy. Funding is provided in part by The Tillotson North Country Foundation, The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, and the New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation.

Dixville Notch Music, Arts & Crafts Festival

Taking place at Mohawk Falls- an idyllic event venue located at 1478 Route 26, Colebrook, NH, available for rental for weddings and functions.

Kick off Memorial Day weekend in the North Country by attending this family-friendly, artistic event featuring a full lineup of artisan and craft vendors, workshops, demos and live music performances!  Admission is free, with some fees applying to participate in workshops. Vendors and activities will be spread out across the property which is in a most picturesque natural setting, with highlights including a waterfall, ponds, gazebo and post and beam pavilion.  Be sure to head to the pavilion from 1-3 PM on Sunday the 28th when the very talented Kyle Anne Carey will take the stage to put on a much anticipated Gaelic-Americana concert.  Baker River Chainsaw Sculpture will also be doing live chainsaw carving demos throughout the weekend, which is captivating to watch.  Food and beverages will be available for purchase by various vendors, and it is a rain or shine event, so come prepared for New England weather. The schedule of events and details can be found at www.dixvillenotchfestival.com.

Contact info:  Britni White, Event Coordinator can be reached at 603-237-1898 or [email protected]