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Spring 2016 Newsletter

 

After the strange winter that wasn't, Spring has arrived.

Our new series of pages on the hiking trails of the Lake Sunapee Region will continue thru the Summer, so follow our mailing list or Facebook page for the latest news.

New page of hiking safety tips

Before you head out on the hiking trails this Spring please be sure to check out our new page of essential hiking safety tips.

hiking trails of the Lake Sunapee Region
Hiking safety tips for the Lake Sunapee Region

 

The latest pages in the Lake Sunapee Hiking series:

 

New website for artist David M. Carroll of Warner

The latest project from Wild Goose Web Design is a new website for MacArthur Genius Grant recipient David M. Carroll and his talented family. The site features a slideshow of amazing wildlife artwork and an online store offering books, prints and t-shirts.

website for artist David M. Carroll

CarrollStudioGallery.com

 

New music for our mailing list members

We have just added four songs by folk artist Cindy Mahler Geilich of Cornish, NH for free download to our mailing list members. The songs are in MP3 format and can be played on your computer, smartphone or music player.

folk artist Cindy Mahler Geilich
Cindy Mahler Geilich

Click here to visit the music download page

 

Restaurant News

Fenton’s Landing is coming to Sunapee Harbor. Opening sometime in mid-May, Fenton’s Landing will operate in the former Marzelli Sweet Shop building and will feature delicious food from the Fenton family, the owners of the Appleseed Restaurant and the Lake Sunapee Cruises.

The Backside Inn is no longer for sale. Chef Anne Bernroth just announced on Facebook, after briefly putting the property up for sale, that she will remain as owner. If you would like to have dinner at the inn, call 603-863-5161 for available dates and times.

Everyone wants to know what will happen with the former One Mile West building in Sunapee. The word on the street is that Magic Foods Restaurant Group will be opening another O Steaks & Seafood upscale eatery there.

The Salt Hill Pub Shanty in Sunapee is currently closed for renovations. No word on when it will reopen.

 

 

 

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