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Weir Tree Farms has been a family owned and operated Christmas tree farm since 1945. Our farm is a wholesale, retail, mail order, and choose and cut operation offering Fraser, Balsam,Fralsam™ and Korean Firs. The Fralsam™ Fir is a hybrid cross between the Fraser and Balsam and was developed on our tree farm.
Weir Tree Farms has been family owned and operated for three generations. The farm’s first seedlings were planted by Harlie Weir in 1945 on a lot in Stewartstown, New Hampshire. The Balsam Fir needles of the original seedlings possessed an extremely desirable blue color. Some of the trees in the original plantation are still used for seed today.
In 1958, Harlie acquired the current farm in East Colebrook, New Hampshire and planted several thousand Balsam Firs. In 1965, Harlie’s oldest son, William, and his wife, Pauline, purchased the tree farm. Over the next forty years, William and Pauline continued to operate and expand the farm. In 2004, William and Pauline’s youngest son, Jay, and his wife, Christie, purchased the family business and continue to operate the tree farm today. Recently, Jay and Christie purchased a nearby existing tree farm and have essentially doubled their harvest.
It should be noted that Harlie was a charter member and the second president of the NH-VT Christmas Tree Association. William has served as director, vice president, and president of the association. Jay has also served as president and is currently on the Board of Directors.
Today, Weir Tree Farms has 300 acres in Christmas tree production harvesting 10,000 to 15,000 trees annually. We are able to grow all of our own planting stock from seed and produce approximately 100,000 excess transplants for sale to other growers and individuals. Weir Trees are sold wholesale, mail order, retail and choose and cut. Also, in 2011 we purchased a tree spade and are now able to offer live, dug trees up to 8 feet tall.
Sat., May-Oct., 10 a.m. –2 p.m. Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, maple, baked goods, meat, jams/jellies, honey, eggs, herbs, spices, pudding, crafts. Rain or shine. SNAP/EBT accepted at the market. Live music weekly. Special events monthly.
Windham Jewelers is a full service jewelry center specializing in fine jewelry,custom designs, jewelry repairs,watch repairs,
engraving, enameling, bead and pearl stringing, antique jewelry restorations, prestige gifts and bridal accessories.
Windham Jewelers was started by Ginny in 1987 in Windham. We are celebrating 27 years of impeccable service.
“Customer Service is our Standard of Excellence”
Wind Swept Mountains View Christmas Tree Farm, located in Richmond, NH, where we welcome visitors from Keene to Swanzey, Winchester to Jaffrey, Winchendon to Northfield, and all around the Monadnock region.
If you are looking for a Christmas Tree Farm in southern New Hampshire you have come to the right place. The Taylor family Christmas Tree Farm is a place where the cider is always hot, the cookies are always fresh, and the trees are always green. Families can go out into our tree farm and find the perfect tree. After that we will come with our tractor and wagon to cut it down and bring it back to our packing location.
Either before, or after selecting your perfect tree, you will want to visit the Elves Nook gift shop to look around at all the wonderful seasonal items we have available, and enjoy a refreshment.
Winnekenni Castle is situated above Kenoza Lake off of Rte 110 in Haverhill, MA. This Castle and the park are a hidden jewel popular with residents of the local communities, and tourists from all over the country.
The Castle plays host to private parties such as weddings, bridal showers and corporate meetings, to public performances ranging from Shakespeare to Blues Jams, Chowder cook off competitions and all kinds of fantastic family fun activities.
Today, this favorite Haverhill landmark is a valuable part of the community, still serving as a recreational park and offering, concerts, plays, workshops, craft fairs, Halloween parties, fundraisers and so much more.
Thurs., June 1-Oct. 5, 12:30-4:30 p.m. Vegetables, fruits, flowers/plants, herbs, dairy, maple, baked goods, meat, fish, lobster, honey, jams/jellies, prepared foods, dog treats, vegan ice cream, mead, coffee, olive oil. SNAP/EBT accepted at the market.
The Woodman is a traditional ealy 20th century natural history, local history and art museum that has been around since 1916. Four historic buildings that includes an original 1675 colonial garrison house furnished with period artifacts, the Senator John P. Hale home built in 1813, displays furniture, paintings, fire & police memorabilia, nautical instruments and model ships, a Cocheco Mill exhibit, antique powder horns, tools, toys, dolls, musical instruments, pewter and china. The Woodman House built in 1818, features a fine Civil War exhibit that includes a saddle used by President Lincoln, over 1800 minerals, birds, butterflies, turtles, Indian artifacts, a blue shark and a cougar killed in 1853. The Keefe House built in 1825 preserves historical documents and features special exhibits on loan.
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