Festival Tour Book for the 20th Annual Fields of Lupine Festival
June 1 - 15
Calendar of Events, Map, Information, 18 Recipes
Your Tour Book purchase supports next year's Lupine Festival
The 2013 Festival Tourbook is your guide to the 20th Annual Fields of Lupine Festival. The different ordering options are configured so that you are not over-charged for shipping, please read them carefully. If you are buying other products from Harman's at the same time, we will not add any shipping & handling fees.
A Map of the Local Area with Lupine "Hot Spots" identified
A bit of Lupine Festival History
A coupon for $2.00 off the 20th Anniversary Lupine Festival Cookbook
The Calendar of Festival Events
Information on Participants
18 Delicious Recipes: Asian Summer Salad to White Chocolate Bread Pudding
Entry form for the Photo Contest
Grand Prize is a 2-night stay at Omni Mt. Washington Hotel with 2 tickets to Bretton Woods Canopy Tour
Over $100 of Festival Discounts including
$5.00 off Admission to Wildflower Festival at The Rocks
Free Admission for 2 up the Indian Head Tower
$3.00 of admission for 2 to Swing & Sweet
$2.50 off admission to the Taste of the Lupine Festival
Free Dessert with Dinner at The Adair
10% off one meal at Polly's Pancake Parlor
Oil Change at Crosstown Motors for $9.95
$3.00 off Admission to Clark's Trading Post
and more discounts!!
The Festival Tour Book is packed full of great information. It will guide you through the festival with a map, event schedule, discounted admissions to "Swing & Sweets" and to "Taste of the Lupine Festival", discounts and information on our area. This year’s Festival has a little bit of something for everyone! A Photography Workshop to Wildflower Identification Seminar; Art Shows to Wool-Spinning demonstrations; Tea at the Adair Inn to tasting Zelda's jellies at the Open-Air Market. Our local Inns and Businesses have some great history and stories: Mittersill Alpine Resort was a direct result of Baron von Pantz fleeing the Nazis; Sunset Hill House has mountain vistas to welcome you. These Inns and others are hosting open house tours with refreshments as they share their history and stories with you during the Festival.
The Lupine Festival has music, too! Do you like Swing, Folk, Country, Dixieland? If you want to try out your dance steps, we have a night of Swing & Sweets with the Swing North Big Band and to replenish those calories you burn off dancing, the local Inns are bringin their choicest desserts and this year the event is back at the Meetinghouse in Sugar Hill.
Music, History, Food, and Artisans, too! The annual Art Show will be held June15. The open air markets will host over 30 vendors and artisans: June 1-2 in Franconia and June 8-9 in Sugar Hill. At the market, you can learn about the arts of working with Fibers, Polish Paper Cutting, Basketry, Historical folks Arts, Beading and Wood Carving. At the Sugar Hill Market, we are also going to host seminars and workshops on the local area history, digital photography, and more. You'll also find lunch at the markets. The local ladies of Sugar Hill's Willing Workers organization are going to provide "bag" lunches at the Sugar Hill Market . . . although how they fit homemade soup into a bag, will be interesting.
The Tour Book includes the bonus of recipes to try like Sunset Hill House's Onion Soup. We have 18 delicious recipes: Asian Salad from Franconia Heritage Society or Maple Bacon Biscuits from Polly's Pancake Parlor. Perhaps you’d like to make Cannonballs from Cannon Mountain. Many of these recipes have an interesting story, waiting for you to discover when you talk to the contributor. And if you want more than recipes, join us for the "Taste of the Lupine Festival". On June 15, you can come to the Sugar Hill Meetinghouse and try several delicious bites from Chefs all over our area: The Adair Country Inn, The Littleton Co-op, The Horse and Hound Inn and more. All under one roof and 2 for one admission with your Lupine Tour Book. On Saturday at Jun 8th, at 4 pm - you can take in a Wine Tasting at the Sugar Hill Inn.
You'll want to travel during the Festival with the Tourbook because there are also a few unadvertised specials at local businesses for those with the Tour Book. The only downside about the Festival Tour Book is unfortunately you can’t be in two places at once there are times when you will need to make a choice as to where you want to be.
If you would like more information on the Lupine Festival, visit the Chamber Website or visit the Lupine Festival webpages (several of them) on Harman's Website, you can click the link below to go directly to our Lupine Festival page.