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October,  2015 

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EVENT OF THE MONTH - Fryeburg Fair
Video provided by Fryeburg Fair.
With over 3,000 animals on the Fairgrounds for a full eight days, October 4-11, 2015, the Fryeburg Fair offers an incredible array of food, entertainment, rides and lots of great people watching, all for one admission price - $10 a day. It's New England's largest agricultural fair and a local tradition since 1851. Now that's a legacy!
Ghoullog video, opening shot.
 Video provided by Cranmore Mountain.
Try these top five not-to-be-missed ideas for Halloween fun for the whole family.
1.    The Ghoullog & Haunted Halloween Playground at Cranmore: Now in its 9th season, Cranmore Mountain Resort is transformed into a haunted playgroud.  The Ghoullog is a 60 minute haunt featuring a series of dark rooms and scary mazes  Afterward, go for a ride in the Haunted Playground, featuring the Mountain Coaster, Giant Swing and Soaring Eagle Zip line, Halloween style.

2. Silly, Spooky Halloween Extravaganza at Santa's Village
Santa is busy during this time, but the Silly Nilly Witch of the North is here stirring her own spooky brew. The entire Santa's Village Park will be transformed into a magical Halloween adventure on October 17th and 24th.

3. Ride the Pumpkin Patch Express: On October 16, 17 and 18th special Conway Scenic RR Halloween trains will go to the "Pumpkin Patch" in Glen, where each child selects a pumpkin.

4. Halloween Town at Purity Spring Resort: On October 24
the cabins at Purity Spring Resort's Camp Tohkomeupog will be  transformed, each with its own theme ranging from kid friendly to spooky along the half-mile lighted Trick or Treat Trail. There's also a kid carnival, petting farm, food court, tethered hot air balloon rides, and more all to benefit the Laura Foundation for Autism and Epilepsy.

5. All Things Pumpkin Tour, Jackson, NH: On October 24th & 25th, board the horse-drawn sleigh ride and receive a special pumpkin treat at five stops along the way.
Photo by Dan Houde
Throughout October enjoy in a number of free and almost-free events and special offers featured  in Mt Washington Valley.

Go Peep a leaf!  Fall foliage scenic drives, hikes, bike rides and covered bridge tours - free to do on your own.  Mother Nature's spectacle of color...priceless! Here are 10 ways to see the color.

Trick or Treat at Settlers Green: Free Halloween treats for all costumed characters, and children ages 11 and under while supplies last on October 24th.

Wentworth Golf Club Special Promotion: 18-holes with cart, Monday-Thursday $45.00. 

Return of the Pumpkin People self-guided tour: Businesses throughout Mt. Washington Valley create whimsical displays of pumpkin people. View & vote on your favorite from Oct 1-31, 2015.

11th Annual Camping & RV Show:
See the latest in Park Models, Fifth Wheels, Travel Trailers and RV's at Danforth Bay. Lots of giveaways & prizes too.      
Oct 3:  Bike for Books: Biking enthusiasts of all levels enjoy a great opportunity to explore the varied trails and terrain in Mt Washington Valley while raising money for the North Conway Public Library. Lunch included.

October 10-11:
Oktoberfest! Nothing says fall fun like the 19th Annual Oktoberfest at Attitash Mountain Resort with live, traditional Bavarian music and dancing, Samuel Adams Stein Hoisting and Keg Toss competitions for adults, kids' games, German food and the Biergarten tent featuring local and regional brewers.

Last two weekends in Oct:  Murder Mystery Train:
Get ready to solve the mystery aboard Conway Scenic RR's 3-hour train excursion, including a 4-course dinner andlive theatrical performance Adults only. 

October 24-25: 1st Annual Adventure Race:
Climb, hike, bushwhack, paddle, rappel, and bike your way through the Valley. Start at the Northeast Mountaineering Bunk House and use all of your outdoor experience to make it through the course. Spend the night outdoors at a designated camp site, continue the treak and end with a well earned BBQ & prizes top it all off. For ages 18+. 

October 23-25: Top Notch Mountain Bike Weekend
It's a weekend of all things mountain biking, based at Top Notch Inn. Enjoy guided rides for riders of all levels and self-guided routes, an obstacle course and special dinner too.

October 30: Family Trunk or Treat Fest at Bretton Woods: Enjoy festive wagon rides, lawn games, bouncy houses, face painting, balloon twisting, music, sweet treats and more! Plus dress your vehicle for success and come participate in the great Trunk or Treat event, register your trunk today!         
On Mondays: Order any two entrees and a bottle of featured Tom Gore Wine for $45.00 at Highfield's at Eagle Mountain House
Everyone's a local during Locals Nights in Mt Washington Valley!

Snowvillage Inn hosts a Thursday night Oyster special
The Oxford House Inn has Taco Trio night on Tuesdays 
Margarita Grill in Glen, serves up Tapas on Tuesdays
Red Fox Bar and Grille offers their famous breakfast buffet for $8.95 every Sunday. 
Every Monday is Street Food night at  White Mt. Cider Co.
Every Sunday is Italian night at  Christmas Farm Inn
Every Wednesday is Ladies Night at Chef's Market Bistro.
Tuesdays are $7 burger nights at  Abenaki Trail Restaurant and Pub

Sample from these special offers and foodie events throughout October.

Fields on the Saco Dinner:  Farm-to-Table meets fine dining at the 8th Annual Fields on the Saco Dinner when five local chefs collaborate with several area farms contributing meat, produce, breads, dessert, and locally crafted beverages to create a deliciously local event on October 25 at Hardy Farm in Fryeburg.

Open Hearth Cooking Classes at Remick Farm introduce guests to the evolution of New England foodways, heirloom plants, food preservation and the seasonal rhythms of rural farm life on Saturday, October 24th. The class concludes with guests gathering hearthside to share the meal created. Each guest receives a keepsake booklet to take home.
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