Over 30 years ago, in 1985, the original Inn at Mill Falls was added to the newly developed Mill Falls Marketplace, which opened its doors only the year before. This visionary project began the inspiring journey of Mill Falls at the Lake, and has helped transform the sleepy town of Meredith into a revitalized, world-class resort village while maintaining its old New England lakeside character. In that same spirit, the Inn has been undergoing a transformation of its own, with an updated look that keeps its original country inn charm!

Tucked away in the Mill Falls Marketplace since 1989, Giuseppe’s Show Time Pizzeria has been serving up great live music with its award-winning cuisine and festive charm. While this popular ristoranté features well-known local and regional musicians seven nights a week, once a year Guiseppe’s throws...

Once again, the professional staff at Cascade Spa at Mill Falls will be hosting a fun, informative, and inspiring event for its clients and guests, this time to celebrate spring. The Spa’s slogan is “Relax, Renew, and Rejuvenate,” and this upcoming event is in perfect alignment with these tenets, so you can experience the three “R”s for your skin!

KWComedy_8x11_2016Get your laughs at the Landing! The feel-good event of the year is back—Kidworks Learning Center is once again teaming up with Mill Falls at the Lake and CruCon Cruise Outlet to bring the Meredith community a night of comedy and fun to benefit the children of Kidworks. On Friday, March 25th, nationally recognized comedians Moody McCarthy and Dave Cooperman will perform at Church Landing as part of the Kidworks 6th annual Comedy Night fundraising event. The doors open at 7pm with a cash bar available, and the comedians take the stage at 8pm. This year’s show promises to be a good one!

[caption id="attachment_2776" align="alignright" width="300"]Making maple syrup at Prescott Farm Making maple syrup at Prescott Farm[/caption] This has not been a typical winter—we’ve had many warm spells and not much snow. However, the maple trees always know when it’s time to run, and the sap is now rising. Little buds as well as taps can now be seen on trees all over New Hampshire. Maple sugar producers are preparing for the big harvest of our sweet harbinger of spring!