Tin Mountain will be offering a modified version of our Winter Camp programs this year. Camps will be held completely outdoors. Be sure to bring lots of layers, extra mittens, and a hearty snack. Click here to register. Winter Art Tuesday, February 16, 9:00 AM - 12:00PM Grades 1-4 Snow sculptures, painting on the snow, [...]
Due to concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sense of Place Community Forum will be suspended until further notice. Thank you for your understanding and be well. Sense of Place Community Forum is a series organized collaboratively by Access Fund, Backyard Concept, Chocorua Lake Conservancy, Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, REI, The Nature Conservancy, Tin Mountain [...]
Forest Ecology & Climate Change Series Thurs, April 28, 6:30-8:30 PM Sea Dog Brewing, North Conway Topic 3: Wildlife in a Changing World We are fortunate that we have dumpster for our trash made from dumpster service chicago il that when it rains, we pull out our umbrellas and rain jackets and when it snows, [...]
This event has been cancelled due to a lack of snow. Sorry for any inconvenience. The Hootenanny is a 4-mile snowshoe race at Tin Mountain's Rockwell Sanctuary. This is the same site as the White Mountain Milers' Dirty Girl Trail Race. The course is yet to be determined, but one can expect the unexpected with [...]
Click here for this year’s First Season Dinner and Auction Program. Think Spring! You’re invited to Tin Mountain Conservation Center’s “gem” of a benefit,” the First Season Dinner Auction on Saturday, March 15th at 5 PM at the impressive Fryeburg Academy Ada Wadsworth Arena, widely recognized as the valley’s social event of the year. Live [...]
Thurs, July 10, 12-1 PM Nature Learning Center Last summer the North Conway Farmer’s market took root, and took off in popularity! With over 15 local vendors selling everything from vegetables, to meat, cheese, coffee, ice cream and more, Valley residents and visitors had a variety of local items to purchase throughout the summer. On July 10, farmers market board member, Matt Trahan, will introduce some of the local vendors participating in the 2014 North Conway Farmers Market and discuss the importance of buying local and supporting the Valley’s farms.
Thurs, June 26, 3-5 PM Nature Learning Center Wander with the Tin Mountain staff through the Mountain-Laurel at the height of blooming. This is an extraordinary community of mountain laurel, pitch pine, red pine, white pine, red oak, and scrub oak.
Sat, June 21, 7:30 AM- 3:30 PM Meet at Grant’s in Glen Explore the flat waters of the Androscoggin River above Pontook Dam. Loons, ducks, herons, moose, and eagles are common. Bring lunch, binoculars, your canoe (or borrow ours). Call 447-6991 for reservations.
Thurs, June 12, 12 – 1PM Nature Learning Center With both local residents and visitors using the Valley’s trail systems, it is important that they are built to endure a variety of foot and bike traffic. There are many important factors that need to be examined when building woodland trails, and local bike enthusiasts and trail builders, Jotham Oliver and Chris Krug know all about it. It is lot of work, but a trail done right lasts decades, for bikers and any trail users. Come learn how it’s done from the trail building experts!