May 16

The Story of Littleton and Pollyanna

Have you ever visited the Littleton Library and wondered who the little girl with a big floppy hat and open arms is?

Well, that’s Pollyanna. In 2002, Littleton unveiled the famous bronze statue in honor of Eleanor H. Porter, who was a Littleton...

Apr 10

Lordy, Lordy, Look Who’s 40: Northern Lights Music

On March 6, 2018, Northern Lights Music, a Littleton institution, celebrated its 40th anniversary. Forty years to the day, owner and founder, Dan Salomon, a recent Franconia College graduate, opened the doors to Northern Lights Music. Dan, who...

Jan 26

Discover Why Littleton is one of America’s Best Main Streets

Once again, Littleton has been named as one of the best main streets in America. Chutters, like many of Littleton's businesses have been on Littleton’s Main Street for many decades and have seen a lot of changes, like electricity and telephones...

Jan 03

Main Street Dining (or close to it) for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner in Littleton, NH

Whether you’re visiting Littleton, NH for a day or a week, at some point you’re going to need to find a place to eat. Fortunately, Littleton is home to great dining and drinking establishments for couples, families, friends and other...

Jan 03

Plan a Fat Biking Adventure in Littleton

Mountain biking doesn’t get much better than in and around Littleton, NH. There are serious mountain biking trail networks just ten minutes south in Franconia, NH as well as a bit north at Bretton Woods. But the town of Littleton itself is home...

Jan 03

Music on Main Street, a Unique Littleton NH Experience

Be honest now: have you ever put your headphones in, set your I-Pod to some uplifting, adrenaline-pumping song, and power-walked down the road like a hero in an action flick? (Complete with cars exploding behind you, not that you deign to look...

Jan 03

Littleton Farmers’ Market Opens for the 2017 Season!

Summer is fast approaching and with sunshine and warmer weather comes the reopening of the Littleton Farmers’ Market this Sunday, June 4 from 10 am to 1 pm.