In a word – snow! Northern New England has seen a fair amount and it has even snowed in southern New England. With the new natural stuff ski conditions have improved everywhere. A few ski areas in Northern New England are almost fully open. More snow is predicted on Saturday so this will by . . . → Read More: New England Ski Conditions Continue to Improve
Many thanks to the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism for making us aware of these great Massachusetts Inn and Hotel deals to help you plan that perfect romantic getaway for Valentine’s Day.
Boston – Four Seasons: Room for Romance Package Whisk yourselves away for a memorable night with the Room for Romance Package. . . . → Read More: Some Great Valentine’s Day Getaways in Massachusetts
Snowmobile fans will not want to miss the 2012 Rangeley Snowdeo taking place this coming weekend – January 19-21, 2012. The Snowdeo will include:
A chili/chowder cookoff Snowmobile demos Snowmobile runs Displays and vendors Scenic flights in a plane or helicopter Snowmobile parade Many social events Fireworks . . . and more . . . . . → Read More: Rangeley Lakes Snodeo 2012
The West Hartford Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a 10th Anniversary Celebration Concert on Sunday January 22, 2012 at 3:00 PM at the Kingswood Oxford School on Kingswood Road in West Hartford. The concert will feature the Kingsford Oxford School and Northwest Catholic High School choruses. The orchestra will perform pieces . . . → Read More: West Hartford Symphony to Celebrate 10 Years on 1/22/2012
The Boston Early Music Festival is presenting a performance of early Handel cantatas performed by the musicians of Tragicomedia on Saturday, January 28, 2012. The performance will be held at 8 PM at the First Church in Cambridge, Congregational, at 11 Garden Street in Cambridge.
The program will include:
Barbara Strozzi: Donna non sa . . . → Read More: Boston Early Music Festival – Early Handel Cantatas Performed by Tragicomedia
The Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism has teamed up with ski resorts throughout the Commonwealth to create a great way for you to save money on lift tickets, lessons, or receive other deals. All you have to do is text a keyword to 74642 to receive a text on your phone that entitles . . . → Read More: Text Your Way to a Massachusetts Ski Deal
Apply now for Stewardship and Youth Program internship positions with the Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT). Work outside and hone your leadership, outdoor education, and trail work skills. The NFCT is recruiting four Stewardship Interns and three Youth Program Interns. Positions come with training, professional development, a stipend of $250 per week, and an . . . → Read More: Internship Opportunities with the Northern Forest Canoe Trail
The good news is that the last storm was mostly snow up north and almost every ski area in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont is reporting the pickup of new natural snow. With this influx of snow the conditions have improved markedly. While there still are a lot of closed trails, those that are . . . → Read More: Substantial Improvement in Northern New England Skiing
Today Mother Nature is smacking us with another weather event. In Southern New England (CT & RI) it is raining. In Massachusetts it started as rain/snow and changed to a wintry mix and then all rain. Northern New England got some accumulating snow in the morning, but true to Mother Nature’s uncooperative nature, that . . . → Read More: Mother Nature Only Partly Cooperating for Skiers
The Stowe Winter Carnival in Stowe, Vermont will start in one week (January 18, 2012). This will be the 38th annual incarnation of this winter tradition. Billed as the “The Greatest Stowe on Earth”, the carnival runs through Saturday, January 28, 2012. Some of the events during the carnival include:
Ice carving demonstration day . . . → Read More: Stowe Winter Carnival 2012