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It seems like summers get shorter every year and the leaves have already started to show their brillant colors to remind us of that. This is a great time of year to visit our area, the air is so crisp and clear that there's just not the right words to describe it. We hope you are able to join us in the next few weeks to enjoy this wonderful time of year.

Saturday Market Schedule
10 am: Sara Glines shares NH History through family personalities
11 am: Booksigning & Discussion Meghan McCarthy McPhaul, author of A History of Cannon Mountain: Tales, Trails, and Skiing Legends
Noon: Booksigning & Discussion with Kay Morgan, contributing author & co-editor of Beyond the Notches: Stories of Place in New Hampshire's North Country
Both Meghan and Kay will be available all day to sign books and will have copies of their books for sale.
1 pm: Free Folk Concert with Uncommon Folk

Sunday Market Schedule
11 am & 2 pm: Explore T'ai Chi with Mary Sturtevant.
Noon: Booksigning & Discussion with Kay Morgan, contributing author & co-editor of Beyond the Notches: Stories of Place in New Hampshire's North Country. Kay Morgan will be at the market all day to sign books and will have copies of books for sale.
1 pm: Sara Glines shares NH History through family personalities
11 am: Booksigning & Discussion Meghan McCarthy McPhaul, author of A History of Cannon Mountain: Tales, Trails, and Skiing Legends

Saturday & Sunday, Oct 1-2
Sugar Hill Historical Museum
The Museum will be open special hours this weekend. Their main building exhibit this year is Sugar Hill Blooms: Sweet Peas to Maple Trees. Stop in to learn more about how Sugar Hill's history is intertwined with flowers, potatoes, and maple trees. Also visit the restored Cobleigh Tavern Room, Barn & Blacksmith exhibits, Giftshop, and more. Free Admission although donations are welcomed.


 

 

Celebrate Autumn in Sugar Hill
October 1-2, 2011

Open-Air Market
, Free Concert, Craft Demonstrations,
Specials at Harman's, and more.
Visit our Market and Demonstrations pages for details. Also visit our events page for other area events. Click on each of the above page names to go to the that webpage.

     
Open-Air Market
Rain or Shine
10 am - 3:30 pm
    This market has gradually turned into an annual tradition in our area. Over 20 vendors will be joining us for these special two days. You'll be able to find hand-made soaps to hand-woven angora wool and so many more wonderful items. Check out our market page to learn more about each vendor and all the items that are just too numerous to mention. You can also check the webpage during the upcoming holiday season to contact the vendors or locate them at area holiday craft fairs. If we have rain, the Market will be held inside Sugar Hill's Carolina Crapo Building.
     
Market Munching
     Stop at the market for a free cup of White Mountain Coffee.   Look for Cider Donuts from the Cider House Cafe at Windy Ridge Apple Orchard, along with fresh apples from the orchard. I'm going to get up early both mornings and drive down to get them as fresh as possible for all of you!
     


     Uncommon Folk is returning after a year’s absence to give us a wonderful concert on Saturday. Paul Amey is back from Kuwait and kept his fiddling fingers nimble over there jamming with other “camo” musicians! Stop in for a fun folk concert with a bit of bluegrass, a smidgen of country, traditional hammer dulcimer, old-time banjo, and plenty of fiddle. It is all interwined with joy, stories, and laughter! Bring your lawn chair or blanket; but if it is cold or wet – we’ll move everything inside to be cozy. Check out our concert webpage for more information on Uncommon Folk and other bands that play for our Lupine and Autumn Celebrations.
 
Uncommon Folk
Uncommon Folk: Paul Amey, Samatha Fixter Amey, and Tom Bishop

Saturday's Free Concert
1 to 3 pm
 
     
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