The Old Man:
Pearls before Primates:
Politicians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even where there is no river.
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Mt. Eustis Ski Hill is Open!
The Mt. Eustis Ski Hill is open and completely run by volunteers. More volunteers are needed to help in the warming hut, to help with the rope tow loading and unloading, and with other tasks. For more info, visit: mteustis.org To volunteer, send a message to email@example.com and list the days or evenings you are available and what you would like to help with.
Lenten Music Series
Thursdays - February 26, March 5, 12, 19 and 26 at noon at the All Saint's Episcopal Church, 35 School Street. The concerts are offered by local musicians and singers for a reflective forty-minute interlude in your day. No admission fee but a freewill offering is appreciated. February 26 William Tobin on harp. March 5 Pine Hill Singers. March 12 Serry Serafini on piano and Joyce Roy on piano and organ. March 19 Noelle Beaudin on piano and Siena Kaplan on violin. March 26 Russ Bonnevie on clarinet and Anita Bonnevie on piano. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find more local events on the
North Country Community Events Calendar
It's all about the Snow
Everyone is always glad to see this guy in their neighborhood. Thanks sidewalk guy!
Littleton Honors Local Business Leader
It was all good news for Littleton at the annual Littleton economic celebration. Congrats to Dave Ernsberger for being named Business Leader of the Year! Dave is the owner of The Nest on Main Street. Read more about it here....
LHS Alum to Shoot a Short Film
Butterfly Thief - An NYU Thesis Film by Olivia Marsh: A movie about butterflies, romance, family drama, egocentrism, environmentalism, and butterflies!
Pollyanna Glad Day
The new Pollyanna Gateway was celebrated on Glad Day and the 2014 Pollyanna Signature award was awarded to a local, cheerful resident. Find out who, here....
Book by Local Author
Veronica Francis of Littleton recently published her first book, "Circus Towne: Forty Acres of Fun and Fantasy". This book offers a humorous look at growing up in a family-owned tourist business here in the White Mountains.
Check it out at CircusTowne.com
Littleton in the News
Happy to be an Entrepreneur in Littleton
Get Happy in Littleton! Go Gretchen!
Littleton, New Hampshire: Focus on the Arts
Littleton River District Commission
The River District Commission is a master-planned community group of state and town officials and local residents dedicated to revitalizing the Ammonoosuc River district in Littleton, New Hampshire. more info→
Littleton offers a variety of hiking trails and scenic vistas. Take a short hike or make a day of it. The Dells is interspersed with wild flower lined walking trails along the edge of a pond, home of many water birds. The Pine Hill Trails is an easy, round trip, woods walk passing many glacier erratics. Kilburn Crags, although a little more challenging, offers a spectacular view of downtown Littleton. Click here for more information.
Events, meetings and reports are all available at the Littleton Town Website: TownofLittleton.org
Littleton Co-op Happenings
Visit the Littleton Co-op for local foods, bulk items and a great selection of meat and fish. Every Friday is Pizza Night from 4 to 7 pm in the Deli! For more information, visit the Littleton Co-op Online
Watch Channel 2 TV on the Web
Check out local meetings and events on the web at Littleton Area TV - Channel 2
Video on demand!
Check out: www.latvchannel2.com
Downtown Littleton Web Cam
Check out this resourceful website listing all the resources available in the Littleton area. Visit: www.HelpLittleton.com and discover all the help our community offers.
NH Tourism through the years
- Town of Littleton
- Littleton Area TV - Channel 2
- Chamber of Commerce
- Historical Society
- Littleton Rotary Club
View from Kilburn Crags
Littleton Professional Services
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