Last, but certainly not least in our roundup of New England agricultural fairs are the fairs of the State of Maine. Here are the remaining fairs that will be held in Maine this summer:
July 29 to August 7: Bangor State Fair, Bangor, Maine August 3 to 6: Monmouth Fair, Monmouth, Maine August 7 . . . → Read More: 2011 Maine Agricultural Fairs
The Boston Landmarks Orchestra is offering a free concert on August 17th presenting a guest orchestra – the Longwood Symphony Orchestra. The Longwood Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Commanday will perform in collaboration with the Foundation for the Chinese Performing Arts. The winner of the Foundation’s piano competition will be the featured soloist for . . . → Read More: Boston Landmarks Orchestra to Feature the Longwood Symphony Orchestra on August 17, 2011
Tweed New Haven Airport was officially dedicated as the New Haven Municipal Airport on August 29, 1931. This year the airport will celebrate its 80th anniversary. In early celebration of its 80th anniversary, Tweed New Haven Regional Airport is hosting an amateur photo contest looking for the best examples of summer travel memories (Visit . . . → Read More: Tweed New Haven Regional Airport Hosting a Summer Travel Memories Photo Contest
What to do with the corn when the harvest is in? Make a corn maze of course… Isn’t it obvious?
That’s exactly what they do in Danville, Vermont – home to the Great Vermont Corn Maze. Well, actually, they plant the corn specifically to make the maze. The Great Vermont Corn Maze is about . . . → Read More: The Great Vermont Corn Maze
By Joe Laing, El Monte RV Rentals
Enjoying yourself in the lush green hills of Vermont’s “Northeast Kingdom” is easily done when traveling by RV. Choose a comfortable campground as your home base, and then indulge your senses in the region’s magnificent scenery and peaceful pace. Here are five ideas for finding your bliss . . . → Read More: Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom by RV
As you may imagine, we read a lot of blogs and sites to help keep us on top of what is happening throughout New England. One that I want to bring your attention to is one that I keep going back to again and again – Adam’s Hospitality & Tourism Industry Blog. If you . . . → Read More: A Nice Blog for Keeping Your Fingers on the Pulse of Boston
The White Mountains National Forest is throwing a party. They are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Weeks Act, the Act passed by Congress that made possible the creation of National Forests east of the Mississippi.
This family-friendly festival will be held on on July 29, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at . . . → Read More: Weeks Act Centennial Festival – White Mountain National Forest
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) is hosting the Second Annual “740 Miles in A Day” event on Saturday, July 30, 2011.
According to the “rules” of the event, you can paddle any distance you wish and on any section of river, lake or brook that is part of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. . . . → Read More: Northern Forest Canoe Trail 2nd Annual “740 Miles in A Day”
Killington Vermont plays host to the 10th annual Killington Wine Festival this coming weekend (July 22-24, 2011). The event will feature over 500 wines from around the world from over 40 wineries and distributors. Special events at the festival include:
The Killington Wine Festival Estate Tasting “Pop goes the Cork” Wine Party The Killington . . . → Read More: Killington Wine Festival
The annual Yarmouth Clam Festival kicks off today in Yarmouth, Maine. This years edition is the 46th of this yearly event. The weekend-long festival (7/15 – 1/17/2011) features:
Great food at the Clam Festival food booths (7/15, 16, & 17) A juried craft show (7/15, 16, & 17) An art show and sale (7/15, . . . → Read More: 2011 Yarmouth Clam Festival – Yarmouth, Maine