CANCELLED – Maple Weekend at Fuller’s Sugarhouse

MAPLE WEEKEND EVENTS AT FULLER’S SUGARHOUSE IN JEFFERSON HAVE BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE CORONAVIUS. THE LANCASTER STORE REMAINS OPEN. FULLER’S SHIPS ITS PRODUCTS NATIONWIDE AND WELCOMES CUSTOMERS TO ORDER ONLINE OR OVER THE PHONE.

Visit Fuller’s Sugarhouse during Maple Weekend at our two locations – our sugarhouse in Jefferson, NH and our Country Store in Lancaster, NH – on March 21 and 22 from 10 am to 3 pm.

Sugarhouse in Jefferson
Take in the great views of New Hampshire’s mighty Presidential range on the way to our sugarhouse located on 2021 Presidential Highway (Route 2) in Jefferson, NH. Once you’re here, head out on a walking tour of the woods and see how we collect the sap from the maple trees. (Please dress accordingly for the weather and muddy conditions). Inside the sugarhouse, see how we convert the sap into our pure maple syrup. If weather permits, we will be boiling the sap. We’ll be serving sugar-on-snow and samples of our 2020 crop and our products will be available for purchase.

Be sure to vote for the Fuller’s Maple Choice Award while you’re at the sugarhouse! One voter, selected at random, will win a Fuller’s maple prize – details of the contest can be found here.

Country Store in Lancaster
Our Country Store, located at 267 Main Street in Lancaster, NH is fully stocked with all of our pure maple products and other New Hampshire and New England-made products. Treat yourself to samples of our 2020 crop and complimentary coffee and donuts as you shop.

CANCELLED – Maple Weekend at Fuller’s Sugarhouse

MAPLE WEEKEND EVENTS AT FULLER’S SUGARHOUSE IN JEFFERSON HAVE BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE CORONAVIUS. THE LANCASTER STORE REMAINS OPEN. FULLER’S SHIPS ITS PRODUCTS NATIONWIDE AND WELCOMES CUSTOMERS TO ORDER ONLINE OR OVER THE PHONE.

Visit Fuller’s Sugarhouse during Maple Weekend at our two locations – our sugarhouse in Jefferson, NH and our Country Store in Lancaster, NH – on March 21 and 22 from 10 am to 3 pm.

Sugarhouse in Jefferson
Take in the great views of New Hampshire’s mighty Presidential range on the way to our sugarhouse located on 2021 Presidential Highway (Route 2) in Jefferson, NH. Once you’re here, head out on a walking tour of the woods and see how we collect the sap from the maple trees. (Please dress accordingly for the weather and muddy conditions). Inside the sugarhouse, see how we convert the sap into our pure maple syrup. If weather permits, we will be boiling the sap. We’ll be serving sugar-on-snow and samples of our 2020 crop and our products will be available for purchase.

Be sure to vote for the Fuller’s Maple Choice Award while you’re at the sugarhouse! One voter, selected at random, will win a Fuller’s maple prize – details of the contest can be found here.

Country Store in Lancaster
Our Country Store, located at 267 Main Street in Lancaster, NH is fully stocked with all of our pure maple products and other New Hampshire and New England-made products. Treat yourself to samples of our 2020 crop and complimentary coffee and donuts as you shop.

Lonesome Ace Stringband’s Old-Timey Music at Rialto Theatre

Modern old-time sounds for those who love bluegrass and folk, that’s how the Lonesome Ace Stringband describes their music. The Great North Woods Committee for the Arts is hosting the band at a concert on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at the Rialto Theatre, starting at 7 p.m.

The Lonesome Ace Stringband is an old-time band with Bluegrass chops that play some righteous folk and country music. There’s a depth of groove and sense of space not often heard in bluegrass today, a level of instrumental interplay and vocal blend uncommon in old-time, and an on-stage rapport that transcends all of this.

Three Canadians lost in the weird and wonderful traditional Country music of the American South, the band members Chris Coole (on banjo), John Showman (on fiddle) and Max Heineman (on bass) are each journeyman musicians and veterans of some of Canada’s top roots music acts (New Country Rehab, The David Francey Band, The Foggy Hogtown Boys, Fiver).

The band has toured internationally, been engaged at some of the largest festivals in North America and Europe (including Merlefest, Rockygrass, Wintergrass, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Vancouver Folk Festival, Gooikorts, John Hartford Memorial), and recorded four albums. On the first two albums, “Old Time” (2014), and “Gone For Evermore” (2016) the band leaned heavily on the traditional old-time cannon to express what it needed to say musically. In 2018, with the release of “When the Sun Comes Up,” the band showcased its songwriting and studio savvy, offering up a more progressive interpretation of old-time music, and taking its sound to new places. All three albums have been embraced by both fans and critics alike.

The fourth album, “Modern Old-Time Sounds for the Bluegrass and Folksong Jamboree,” showcases the band’s musical range, interpretive skills, and instrumental/vocal “chops blended with maturity.”

Tickets for the Lancaster show are $18 per person will be available at the Rialto Theatre, online at www.gnwca.org, or at Fiddleheads on Main St. in Colebrook. For more information on this and other GNWCA events, call 246-8998, visit www.gnwca.org or find the GNWCA on Facebook.

Lancaster Historical Society Flea Market

Head to the Wilder-Holton House at the intersection of Routes 2 and 3 North for the Lancaster Historical Society’s popular Flea Markets.

The Flea Markets, held every other weekend throughout the summer, are where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, fine crafts and much more, including refreshments. Free admission. Begins at 10 a.m.

While there, take a tour of the historic 1780 Wilder-Holton House and the adjacent barn. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wilder-Holton House is believed to be the first two-story house built in the area, and the oldest surviving house in Coos County

Flea Market Dates: May 26; June 9, 23, 30; July 7, 21; August 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13.

More info: 603-788-3004

Lancaster Historical Society Flea Market

Head to the Wilder-Holton House at the intersection of Routes 2 and 3 North for the Lancaster Historical Society’s popular Flea Markets.

The Flea Markets, held every other weekend throughout the summer, are where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, fine crafts and much more, including refreshments. Free admission. Begins at 10 a.m.

While there, take a tour of the historic 1780 Wilder-Holton House and the adjacent barn. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wilder-Holton House is believed to be the first two-story house built in the area, and the oldest surviving house in Coos County

Flea Market Dates: May 26; June 9, 23, 30; July 7, 21; August 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13.

More info: 603-788-3004

Lancaster Historical Society Flea Market

Head to the Wilder-Holton House at the intersection of Routes 2 and 3 North for the Lancaster Historical Society’s popular Flea Markets.

The Flea Markets, held every other weekend throughout the summer, are where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, fine crafts and much more, including refreshments. Free admission. Begins at 10 a.m.

While there, take a tour of the historic 1780 Wilder-Holton House and the adjacent barn. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wilder-Holton House is believed to be the first two-story house built in the area, and the oldest surviving house in Coos County

Flea Market Dates: May 26; June 9, 23, 30; July 7, 21; August 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13.

More info: 603-788-3004

Lancaster Historical Society Flea Market

Head to the Wilder-Holton House at the intersection of Routes 2 and 3 North for the Lancaster Historical Society’s popular Flea Markets.

The Flea Markets, held every other weekend throughout the summer, are where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, fine crafts and much more, including refreshments. Free admission. Begins at 10 a.m.

While there, take a tour of the historic 1780 Wilder-Holton House and the adjacent barn. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wilder-Holton House is believed to be the first two-story house built in the area, and the oldest surviving house in Coos County

Flea Market Dates: May 26; June 9, 23, 30; July 7, 21; August 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13.

More info: 603-788-3004

Lancaster Historical Society Flea Market

Head to the Wilder-Holton House at the intersection of Routes 2 and 3 North for the Lancaster Historical Society’s popular Flea Markets.

The Flea Markets, held every other weekend throughout the summer, are where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, fine crafts and much more, including refreshments. Free admission. Begins at 10 a.m.

While there, take a tour of the historic 1780 Wilder-Holton House and the adjacent barn. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wilder-Holton House is believed to be the first two-story house built in the area, and the oldest surviving house in Coos County

Flea Market Dates: May 26; June 9, 23, 30; July 7, 21; August 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13.

More info: 603-788-3004

Lancaster Historical Society Flea Market

Head to the Wilder-Holton House at the intersection of Routes 2 and 3 North for the Lancaster Historical Society’s popular Flea Markets.

The Flea Markets, held every other weekend throughout the summer, are where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, fine crafts and much more, including refreshments. Free admission. Begins at 10 a.m.

While there, take a tour of the historic 1780 Wilder-Holton House and the adjacent barn. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wilder-Holton House is believed to be the first two-story house built in the area, and the oldest surviving house in Coos County

Flea Market Dates: May 26; June 9, 23, 30; July 7, 21; August 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13.

More info: 603-788-3004

Lancaster Historical Society Flea Market

Head to the Wilder-Holton House at the intersection of Routes 2 and 3 North for the Lancaster Historical Society’s popular Flea Markets.

The Flea Markets, held every other weekend throughout the summer, are where you’ll find antiques, collectibles, fine crafts and much more, including refreshments. Free admission. Begins at 10 a.m.

While there, take a tour of the historic 1780 Wilder-Holton House and the adjacent barn. On the National Register of Historic Places, the Wilder-Holton House is believed to be the first two-story house built in the area, and the oldest surviving house in Coos County

Flea Market Dates: May 26; June 9, 23, 30; July 7, 21; August 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13.

More info: 603-788-3004