AMC Pinkham Notch International Dinner — Scotland

Join us for our 29th year of the AMC’s International Dinner and Adventure Series! On March 13, sample the cuisine of Scotland, followed by a presentation with Peg Nation: From Sea to Silvery Sea, Sunrise to Sunset, Rain the Sunshine – Ten Days in Scotland.

Wednesday evenings transform into a weekly dinner series of international cuisine followed by an inspiring presentation. The family style dinner features four courses, including soup or appetizer, salad, entrée, bread, dessert. The after dinner program is a cultural and inspirational adventure presented by local and regional guides, explorers, and travelers!

2019 International Dinner prices: $21 AMC Members/ $24 for Non Members. Group Rate $20 for groups of 5 or more. Payment is required upon reservation. International Dinner packages are available starting at $49 per person, which includes dinner, the presentation, lodging at the Joe Dodge Lodge, breakfast and a trail pass at Great Glen Trails for Thursday. Dinner is at 6 pm, the program follows dinner. All programs are free and open to the public.

Reservations are recommended and appreciated. For more information or to make reservations call: 603-466-2727.


42nd New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival

Discover Scotland – no passport required.

The rich culture, traditions, and history of Scotland are on full display at the 42nd New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival at the scenic Loon Mountain Resort, in Lincoln, NH. You don’t have to be Scottish to enjoy the pageantry and excitement of piping & drumming, pipe band, Highland dancing, fiddle, harp, sheep dog, and heavy Scottish athletic competitions. Scotland’s cultural history comes to life in living history encampments. Explore the clan village and admire the tartans and crafts. Scottish and Celtic performers will be playing traditional and modern music, ranging from traditional ballads to tribal beats and bagpipe rock. Children can participate in the Festival Youth Program, which features games (including children’s caber tossing), crafts,  storytelling, and more.

Admission: $20 to $35. Free for children 12 and under.