MOONLIGHT SNOW SHOE & LOCAL BREWS
Fri. January 18, 2019
Balch Hill Natural Area
$20.00 per person
$35.00 per family
Explore Hanover’s Balch Hill trails by night as we don headlamps for a winter walk up to the open summit. At the top, take in moonlit views of Mt. Ascutney and Baker Tower and enjoy local brews (for participants 21+), hot cocoa and cookies. This hike is easy and suitable for all ages; total hiking distance is approximately 1 mile. Warm layers, headlamp/flashlight and microspikes are recommended (BYO); snowshoes will be available to borrow.
LEARN TO CURL
JANUARY 30, 2019
Wednesday, January 30
Wendall A. Barwood Arena
White River Junction, Vermont
(Behind the Hartford High School)
$30.00 per person
Must be 12+ to participate
Waiver Forms must be signed at event
Coached by experienced members of the Upper Valley Curling Club, you will learn the basics of delivery, sweeping, and strategy. You must have good balance and some flexibility and strength, but do not think that Olympic players represent the average curler! Your lead instructor will be an OSHER@Dartmouth member and student, and a dedicated curler. The club supplies all equipment; you need to have warm clothing and shoes with non-skid soles. In a two-hour session there will be one break to warm up. The class will be held mostly on the ice in the Wendell A. Barwood ice arena in White River Junction.
BUILDING YOUR FINANCIAL HOUSE
Saturday, January 26, 10:30 – 11:30
Snow Date Saturday, February 2, 10:30 – 11:30
Hilton Garden Inn, 35 Labombard Rd
Learn the basics of budgeting and prioritizing how you spend your precious income. Do you and your spouse struggle to agree on how to save? Are you trying to get out of debt? Coach Katy Almstrom’s clients go from “afraid to open their mail” to paying down thousands of dollars in debt and gaining confidence in their financial situation. Additionally, we’ll discuss all of the necessary components of a strong financial house, including teaching children, estate planning, retirement, proper insurance coverage, and much more.
Saturday, February 2, 2019
6:00 am – 9:00 pm
$50.00 per person
Must be 21 Years of age
Roll the dice, play the slots, gather your friends and enjoy some games of chance. Leave the Driving to us!
Ticket includes Veranda Cafe’ in the Pequot Tower; buffet coupon, “all you can eat” and $10.00 in slot play.
VALENTINE’S CHOCOLATE FANTASY
Thursday, February 7, 2019
5:30 – 8:30
Coop Learning Center
@ Centerra Park 12
$25.00 per person
Beer & Wine will be served – must be 21
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and what is better than giving a box of chocolates? Making one together! You and your sweetheart will dive into the rich and delicious world of chocolate making. You will make flavored ganache, rollling truffles, tempering chocolate and adding your own decorative touches – you will create a delicious box of chocolates. Bring yourself or come as a couple. All ingredients and supplies provided.
SNOW DAY AT LAKE MOREY RESORT
Saturday, February 23, 2019
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
82 Clubhouse Road
$10.00/Adults, Children 12 and under $5.00, covers sledding (sleds provided), snowshoeing (snow shoes provided), hot chocolate & bonfire with marshmallows.
Figure skate or hockey rentals can be rented at the Resort for $10 per person (weather permitting)
Nordic skis can be rented as well at the Resort for $20 per person
Snow Day at Lake Morey – Come spend the day in the snow or weather permitting on the lake! Get outside with family and friends and enjoy the beautiful scenery at the Lake Morey Inn
TASTE OF IRELAND BAKING CLASS
Wednesday, March 13
6:00 – 8;00
$50.00 per person
King Arthur Flour
135 US – 5
Join the King Arthur Flour team for a festive evening of Irish baking! In this class, you’ll go beyond the typical soda bread to make a tender Irish Apple Cake, as well as traditional Irish Oatcakes. In addition to what you’ve made in class, you’ll also leave with the confidence to recreate these recipes at home. Because you will likely have baked treats to take home after class, you may want to bring a container for your trip home. Please wear comfortable clothing that you don’t mind coating with flour. We recommend close-toe, protective shoes and minimal jewelry. We provide aprons and towels. Classroom will open 15 minutes before the glass is scheduled to begin.
WINE CHEESE & MUD AT FARM HOUSE POTTERY
Saturday, April 13, 2019
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
$125.00 per person
37 South Main Street
Personal Pottery Lesson with a Master Potter to create your own vase, tumbler or 6″ Silo bowl (This will be in a group setting with Master Potters)
Shipping included of your Artisan personal piece
Suited for ages 6+
Wine & Cheese (Must be 21)
SPRING IN NYC DAY TRIP
Saturday, May 18, 2019
5:00 am – Midnight
$68.00 per seat
From the fantastic weather, special events, and the scarcity of tourists, May is a great time to visit the City that never sleeps.
Enjoy the 9th Avenue Food Festival as one of New York’s largest and oldest traditions, and it’s a vibrant celebration of cultural diversity through food. The fair offers both traditional festival treats like zeppolis, mozzarepas, funnel cakes, egg creams, and more fabulous food you won’t see at any other festivals. Here you’ll also find Argentinian, Brazilian, Cajun, Cuban, Dominican, Ethiopian, Greek, Haitian, Irish, Moroccan, Ukrainian, and many other kinds of cuisine. But not only the food of the festival is international. There are also two stages with ethnic music and performances like German folk dancing, Arabian scarf dancing, Celtic dancing, Peabody, Egyptian belly dancing, etc. The 9th Avenue Food Festival is held to raise funds for community groups and perfectly illustrates the diversity of New York itself