WATERVILLE VALLEY — Waterville Valley Resort has a full slate of Halloween activities planned for Friday and Saturday, October 24 and 25.
Participants are asked to either a pumpkin or purchase one at the Recreation Department on Friday night to carve or decorate from 6-8 p.m. All supplies will be provided, including carving tools and a candle to illuminate each masterpiece. Those who wish to carve a pumpkin must be at least 10 years of age or older or have adult supervision. For dinner, the Recreation Department will be serving up pizza, veggies and drinks. The cost is $5 per person.
On Saturday, October 25 community members are invited to join Halloween Waterville Valley style. Costumed kids and families can look forward to Trick or Treating around Waterville Valley Resort by shuttle. All of the events begin promptly as scheduled. Those wishing to participate must register on-site at the Waterville Recreation Department between 4-4:30 p.m. Cost is $5 per child.
A costume contest will begin at 4:30 p.m. Those who win the contest will be presented prizes. Following the costume contest is Trick-or-Treating via shuttle bus, including a stop at the Haunted Rey Center Gallery in Town Square starting at 5 p.m. All ages welcome; ages 9 and under require adult supervision.
Waterville Valley was designed and planned specifically as a self-contained, four seasons resort including a world-class ski area. Dining options include traditional favorites and elegant cuisine. For more information, call 800-GO-VALLEY or visit www.visitwatervillevalley.com.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 09:47
GILFORD — Gunstock Ski Club is once again holding its annual Ski & Snowboard Sale at the Gunstock Mountain Resort Main Lodge in Gilford on Saturday, Nov. 1.
This is an annual local tradition that goes back many years. Area ski shops bring in over a million dollars of inventory to span three floors of the Gunstock Lodge. All proceeds go to the non-profit Gunstock Ski Club's ski racing program for local kids.
The event is free and doors open at 9 am sharp for the best deals of the season.
Consignment drop off is on October 31 from 4-7:30 p.m. Visit GunstockSkiClub.com for more information.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 09:42
TILTON — Magic Blades Figure Skating Club of Tilton is opening for its 17th year in the Lakes Region at the Tilton School Ice Arena for a free family Halloween skate on Saturday, October 25th from 5-6:30 p.m.
There will be food, fun, and prizes available at the free family Halloween Skate. Attendees are encouraged to wear a costume to celebrate the spirit of the holiday. Children 6 years and under will be required to wear a helmet. All members of the family are welcome to participate in the free skating.
Participants will also be able to meet the Magic Blades staff who regularly coach classes in Tilton on Monday nights. Classes begin for the season on October 25 from 6-7 p.m. Magic Blades will offer two 8-week sessions with a fee of $100 per session and the benefit of membership in US Figure Skating. The Magic Blades Figure Skating Club follows the United States Figure Skating "It's Great to Skate!" basic skills skating program.
The weekly program consists of a half an hour group lesson, with a maximum of 10 students per coach, and a one half hour of ice for free practice. Skaters receive a record book to track their progress and also receive patches as they advance through the skating levels. Skaters from the age of three through adult and all abilities are welcomed.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 09:39
LACONIA — With recent concerns over the emergence of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the United States, LRGHealthcare would like to assure its communities that they are well prepared in the unlikely event that Ebola should arrive in the Lakes Region.
After the first diagnosis in the United States was made on September 30 of this year, many people have become concerned over the potential of an outbreak here and there has been much confusion over how the virus is contracted. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) has stated that the virus is not airborne and can only be transferred when one is exposed to the fluid of someone who's contracted the virus and is showing symptoms. A suspected case of Ebola would be in one who has traveled to West Africa within one month of the onset of symptoms. Symptoms include fever, headache, weakness, fatigue, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, and abnormal bleeding,
LRGHealthcare's Infection Control and Prevention Department as well as Emergency Preparedness teams have been working hard at making plans and preparations to ensure that Lakes Region General Hospital, Franklin Regional Hospital, and any of the LRGHealthcare provider practices know what to do to handle a suspected Ebola case.
As part of this planning effort, LRGHealthcare has held weekly meetings to address information and guidance being released by the CDC and the State of NH Health and Human Services (NH DHHS). They have also participated in national and state teleconferences to help prepare for Ebola. And, LRGHealthcare will be conducting ongoing trainings for staff to ensure they are staying up to date with the most recent protocols put in place to handle the situation.
LRGHealthcare is taking this situation very seriously, as to ensure they are prepared to not only treat an infected patient, but also protect other patients, visitors, and staff.
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 09:35
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