Connecticut – Turning in the western part of the state. Starting to turn in the rest of the state. Maine – Moderate (50 to 70%) for all of Aroostook County, the Maine Highlands, and along Maine’s Northern border with Canada. Turning throughout the state. Massachusetts – Turning in the Berkshires. Starting to turn . . . → Read More: New England Fall Foliage Report: 9/30/2011
The folks at the MIT List Visual Arts Center have been peppering us with announcements of upcoming activities so we thought we would bring them all together in one post…
Friday, September 30, 2011 at 7:00 PM: A talk by visiting artist Trevor Paglen in the MIT Bartos Theatre. Sunday, October 9, 2011, 3PM: . . . → Read More: Some Happenings at the MIT List Visual Arts Center
While much has been made of the impact of Tropical Storm Irene, and not to make light of the impact that it has had on people and businesses, it is important to note that much of Vermont was not impacted at all. And while there are some issues with the roads it is very . . . → Read More: Vermont Ready for Fall Foliage Viewing
The Collings Foundation’s Wings of Freedom Tour touched down in Worcester last week for a stay through September 28. Here are a few pictures from Sunday 9/25/2011. Unfortunately their B-24 was not there because of engine trouble.
From Worcester it’s on to Keene, NH, Nashua, NH, and Pittsfield, . . . → Read More: Wings of Freedom Tour Hits Worcester, MA
New England Foliage At a Glance
Connecticut – Starting to turn. Maine – Turning throughout the state. 10 to 30% turned in all of Aroostook County and northern portions of Piscataquis and Somerset counties. Massachusetts – Starting to turn. New Hampshire – Turning throughout the state. Moderate color in the Great North Woods. . . . → Read More: New England Fall Foliage Report for the Weekend of 9/24/2011
Today is the official first day of Fall for 2011. It’s time for:
Apple picking Cool, crisp nights Fall Foliage A fire in the fireplace or wood stove Fresh pressed cider, mulled cider (and mulled wine for the adults) Hay rides Harvest festivals Indian Summer Pumpkins, pumpkin picking, jack-o-lanterns
Once again Mother Nature is . . . → Read More: Happy Fall 2011
This was provided to us by the folks at the Cliff House Resort & Spa located on 70 oceanfront acres on the Southern Maine coast.
Start in Kittery with its exciting name brand outlets. Head north on Route 1 to the Museums of Old York – nine historical buildings including the 17th century Gaol.
. . . → Read More: Cliff House Fall Foliage Tour, Ogunquit, ME
A living history museum is a museum where history literally comes to life. In such museums, people dress, act, and work as if they were living in the time that the museum is trying to depict. For example, Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts depicts a re-creation of the farming and maritime community built by . . . → Read More: Enjoy Fall at a Living History Museum
This coming weekend (September 24 & 25, 2011) Newport will host the Newport Arts Festival. It will be held at the Newport Yachting Center at 4 Commercial Wharf (on America’s Cup Avenue).
The festival will feature:
An art gallery A music stage Kids entertainment A food cafe
Art, music, and food – what a . . . → Read More: Newport Arts Festival, Newport, RI
This was provided to us by the Lakes Region Tourism Association…
Fiery reds, warm oranges and sunny yellows are starting their annual takeover of New Hampshire’s Lakes Region. The season – a favorite for many in the Granite State – is popular with visitors, because not only do temperatures cool off after months of . . . → Read More: New Hampshire’s Lakes Region Gears Up for Gorgeous Foliage