November 2-3, 2013

NH Open Doors Passport Contest

During NH Open Doors, New Hampshire artists, craftspeople, cultural organizations, retail shops, wineries, restaurants, lodging establishments and businesses will open their doors to you, showcasing the best that New Hampshire has to offer.

Need an added incentive to take the tour? Enter the NH Open Doors Passport Contest.
During NH Open Doors weekend, visit 10 locations in NH or just 5 locations in the White Mountains/Great North Woods Region and enter to win great prizes! Every time you visit a location, have the NH Open Doors participant sign and date your passport.

To be entered into the Passport Contest, complete and send in your form by NOVEMBER 30, 2013 one of three ways:

  • Mail to NH Open Doors Passport Contest,

    c/o League of NH Craftsmen, 49 South Main St., Suite 100, Concord, NH 03301

  • Fax to 603-225-8452

  • Scan and email to twiltse@nhcrafts.org

 

 DOWNLOAD YOUR NH OPEN DOORS PASSPORT

 

 

Here are some of the Passport Contest Prizes -- more are being added as we get closer to the event, so please check back!

 

Carlsons Lodge

1-night stay for 2 at Carlson's Lodge, Twin Mountain

 

 WREN (Women's Rural Entrepreneurial Network) T-shirt

 

 League of NH Craftsmen's 2013 Limited Edition Annual Ornament:  Woven In Winter by Alice Ogden

 Full pound of boxed chocolate fudge made in NH from Mountain View Fudge and Flavors of Our Region in Newbury, NH. 

 

August Wind, original one-of-a-kind whimsical Laundry Line art by Soosen Dunholter of Windswept Studio in Peterborough, NH. It is 5 x 7 inches andl is signed, dated and titled on the back. 

 Handcrafted wood cutting board, approx. 11" x 16" or longer by woodworker Myrl Phelps

 

 $30 Gift Certificate from Rumney’s Country
Gifts n’ Things

 

 Elegant hand built textured embossed pottery mug that is microwave and dishwasher safe by Red Door Pottery

 

 Handpainted doily by juried League member Elena Wikstrom

Handpainted Man in the Mountain card by juried League member Elena Wikstrom

 
 

 

 

 

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