With Halloween coming up on Monday I thought I would share this great list of Halloween events on the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism website. Tons of stuff here for Halloween aficionados of every type…
Picture credits: The picture of the jack o’ lantern is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under . . . → Read More: Great List of Halloween Things to Do in MA
It’s that time of year for visitors to New Hampshire to start dressing in layers and winter coats are starting to become the norm…
It is a time for warm fires to cozy up to in local bed and breakfasts. Of course, there is still plenty to do when you head out from the . . . → Read More: November Happenings in the New Hampshire Lakes Region
Foliage season is not yet over in New England, it’s just moving south. While pockets of color do remain in Northern New England (ME, NH and VT), most of Northern New England is past peak and on to moderate to significant leaf drop.
But in Southern New England fantastic fall color is still abundant. . . . → Read More: New England Fall Foliage Moves South
Want to see what a traditional Thanksgiving meal was like circa 1890? Or how about seeing how a farmhouse looks authentically decorated for the Christmas season in the same time period?
That is exactly what you can see with some upcoming events at the Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock, Vermont.
Thanksgiving Weekend – . . . → Read More: Billings Farm – Taking You Back In Time for the Holidays
There is still time to get in some hiking before the snow starts to fly (which, hopefully, will not be for another couple of months…). You may want to hike some of the over 825 miles of the Connecticut Forest & Park Association’s (CFPA) Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail System which includes the 200 mile long . . . → Read More: Take a Hike on the Connecticut Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail System
The Blackstone Valley Outfitters are offering guided fall foliage paddles along the Blackstone River this weekend. While the Saturday excursion is filled, the Sunday outing still appears to have space. What a great way to get some exercise and take in the beautiful fall foliage, which would be pretty spectacular along the Blackstone River . . . → Read More: How About A Guided Fall Foliage Paddle?
U.S. News & World Report’s has released their annual Best Colleges rankings report. Three New England schools are in the top 10 Universities in the World:
Harvard in Cambridge, MA at #2 MIT in Cambridge, MA at #3 Yale in New Haven, CT at #4
Boston University in Boston also made the top 100 . . . → Read More: Three of World’s Top 10 Colleges in New England
For some the Head of the Charles Regatta is as big a fall tradition as apple cider and fall foliage. It is the largest two-day rowing event in the World and it will be held this weekend on the Charles River that divides Boston from Cambridge.
The Regatta was founded by members of the . . . → Read More: Head of the Charles Regatta
Get into the Halloween spirit with the Boston Opera Collaborative’s Opera Goes to Hell: an evening of Sin, Sex, and the Supernatural!. Deck yourself out in your best costume, grab a cocktail at the bar, and enjoy an evening of scintillating scenes, duets and arias from the underbelly of the opera world – featuring . . . → Read More: An Interesting Way to Celebrate Halloween – Opera Goes to Hell
Are you looking for an authentic Thanksgiving meal this year? Well look no further than Old Sturbridge Village and Plimoth Plantation for that special old New England meal of meals. Both host several Thanksgiving dining events.
Thanksgiving Meals at Old Sturbridge Village
Old Sturbridge Village hosts two Thanksgiving meals:
A buffet dinner at the . . . → Read More: Eat Thanksgiving Dinner Like a Pilgrim