Preserving the past, to educate the future.



Walk out on the ice and try your hand at this long-lost tradition—

Help cut, break, move, lift and hoist ice blocks from the pond! 


This much anticipated annual event will

occur in February 2015 — stay tuned for the date!


While the ice harvest is a mainstay (ice conditions permitting), this event offers varying activities for all ages. 

Here is a list of what was featured in 2014:


Yankee Teamsters 4-H Club move blocks to our Ice Shed

Ice Sculpturing by Brian Stockman

Chinooks New England—Meet and greet the dogs plus dogsled rides for children

Horse-drawn Wagon Rides

Animal Tracking Walk

Painting, Sculpturing and Decorating on Snow

Outdoor Winter Games

Craft Activities

Scavenger Hunt

Guided Tree ID Walk with Wendy Scribner of UNH Extension

Farmhouse Kitchen Lunch Available for purchase

Ice Harvesting History and Winter Sports Exhibits and Displays

Antique Snow Roller on Display

Outdoor Cooking Demonstrations

Popcorn cooking (and sampling!) on the woodstove

Raffle Baskets with Remick-Made Items


No registration required. Some activities are dependent on the weather.

Our generous sponsor in 2014 was:

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