2013 Events & Activities

10th Annual Antrim Home & Harvest Festival — September 13-15, 2013

This autumn, spend a weekend visiting the Antrim Home & Harvest Festival, a fall festival here in beautiful and historic downtown Antrim, New Hampshire. This traditional New England harvest festival features arts & crafts, a home-grown parade, fireworks by Atlas Pyrotechnics, kids games, live music and lots of food. The non-traditional part of the festival is our skateboard race, the Antrim Can/Am Slalom Championships, one of the largest of its kind in North America. Admission to most events is free (food extra) and you’ll find something for everyone in the family.

If you haven’t checked it out before, this 10th annual celebration will be a perfect time to do so!

Friday, September 13

  • 2-6PM Skateboard Tight Slalom: Summer St. (464-9631)
  • 4-7PM Arts & Crafts Flea Market: Main St. (588-2598)
  • 7-9PM Irish Concert by The Ivy Leaf – $5
  • 7-9PM Roller Skating w/DJ for All Ages: Antrim Town Gym – $5

Saturday, September 14

  • 8-10AM Breakfast: Presbyterian Church $7 (588-6715)
  • 8AM-5PM Hybrid Slalom Championship: Summer St. (464-9631)
  • 9AM-3PM Arts/Crafts, Flea Market: Main St. (588-2598)
  • 9AM-3PM Fun&Games: Touchwood Square & Trends of Fashion Parking Lot – Free (588-6208)
  • 10:30AM-2:30PM Historical Society Apple Crisp Social: Maplehurst Inn (588-6766)
    Revival Shop and Antrim Senior Center Open House: Presbyterian Church (588-2209)
    Open House with Storytime, Crafts and Art Exhibit: Tuttle Library (Handicap bathrooms)
  • 11AM-3PM Freestyle Skateboard Competition: Memorial Park (588-6859)
    Eastern Boarder Team
  • 11:30AM Parade: North Main Street to Tuttle Library (464-9915)
  • NOON-3PM 3 LIVE BANDS:
    The Honey Bears: Bandstand, Memorial Park
    Decatur Creek: Tuttle Library
    Big Maple: Next to Maplehurst
  • NOON-3PM Virtual Downhill Skiing with prizes from Crotched Mt. Ski Area: Town Hall (588-6273)
  • 1PM Corn on the Cob Eating Contest (all ages): Town Hall (588-2574)
  • 4-5PM Drop Off 1)Baked-Bean or 2)Bestest-Fruit-Pie Bake-Off Entries: Tenney Farm (588-2574)
  • 5-7:30PM BBQ Cook Out (a non-alcohol event)
  • 5:30-7:30PM Free Concert by Michelle “Evil Gal” Wilson
  • 7:30-8PM Fireworks by Atlas: Tenney Farm Donations Appreciated
    Parking at Rymes Only – NO PARKING on Rt. 202
  • 5-8:30PM Shuttle Bus to Tenney Farm every 1/2 hour at Antrim Retirement Village, Town Hall, GBS Middle School

Sunday, September 15

  • 9AM Giant Slalom Competition: Summer St. (464-9631)
  • NOON Home Run Derby for All Ages: (Antrim Elementary School) (464-9015)
  • 1PM Softball Game: Shea Field (Antrim Elementary School)
    Antrim’s Bravest (Fire Dept.) vs Antrim’s Finest (Police Dept.)

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