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Enjoy the warmth but not the humidity in these final days of summer. What a magnificent time to visit southwest New Hampshire and enjoy  the beauty ‘off the beaten track.” Farmer’s markets, bountiful flowers, enlivened spirits…all await you in this historic little village. Bountiful berries at Monadnock Berries practically fall into your pail! Apple season has started, too….Alyson’s Orchard and many others…google nhliving.com/appleorchards   As the children return to school. treat yourself to a trip to the country!

 Time to get out on the many Monadnock trails…here in Fitzwilliam: Little Monadnock and Gap to warm you up for the larger climb on Mt. Monadnock, visible from our town and about a 12 minute drive.Numerous trails with maps here in Fitzwilliam as well. Just walking around the village as spring arrives brings joy to your spirit!

Fitzwilliam Furniture/Covey House now open for shopping. Respite seeker, lover, reader…there is something for all here… So many delicious restaurants to visit, Sunflowers, Piedra Fina ( Latin) the Pearl, Nicola’s, Lucas, plus

music and outdoor venue down the road from the Ashburn House in Fitzwilliam… visit Cathedral of the Pines..10 min from the village……spend a night or the weekend at the Ashburn House and enjoy a New England experience!

Peterborough Players: productions :  August26-Sept6: Stella and Lou; Sept 9-13: The Rape of Lucrece  Met screening season follows the plays!     www.PeterboroughPlayers.org

October 24: Pumpkin Fest at Cheshire Fair Grounds…only 5 miles from us!

Plan ahead for the re-located Pumpkin Festival at the Keene Fairgrounds, closer to Fitzwilliam…the third week in October book now…2 day bookings only…

Tracie’s Farm  extra produce for sale now…Keene Farmers Market..second Saturday of each month Rindge Market on Thurssday afternoon. Come partake of the late summer/early fall harvest!