We are in the home stretch highlighting fun things to do in New England this labor Day Weekend. Next up, fun things go do in the State of Maine this coming Labor Day Weekend:
August 30 to September 2, 2012: Camden Windjammer Festival – Boat parades, fireworks, music and more. August 30 to September . . . → Read More: Labor Day Weekend 2012 in Maine
The Portland Chamber Music Festival kicks off its 19th season tomorrow (August 9, 2012). The festival was founded in 1994 and has grown into a top New England Music event that attracts musicians from around the world. The festival consists of a series of five concerts:
Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 8 PM: Boccherini, . . . → Read More: Portland Chamber Music Festival Kicks Off Tomorrow
The Portland Performing Arts Festival will come to Portland, Maine’s Arts District at the end of June from June 28 to July 1, 2012. The festival will feature dance, theater, classical guitar, classical piano, jazz, and performance art. This is a new festival for Portland celebrating the fact that Portland is more than just . . . → Read More: Portland Performing Arts Festival – Portland, ME
Performers at the 2011 Portland Chamber Music Festival
If you are a fan of chamber music you may wish to head up to Portland, Maine later this summer for the Portland Chamber Music Festival. The Portland Chamber Music Festival will kick off its 19th summer season on the Portland campus of the University . . . → Read More: Portland Chamber Music Festival – Portland, ME
By Tony Cappasso
If you plan to explore Portland, Maine, a pleasant and interesting way to spend an afternoon doing it is to take the mail boat that runs to the islands in Casco Bay.
The boat stops at five islands in the bay: Little Diamond, Great Diamond, Long Island, Great . . . → Read More: Sailing Around Portland, Maine
You are not doubt familiar with the Freedom Trail in Boston. But did you know that Portland, Maine has a Freedom trail of their own?
The Portland Freedom Trail was established by the City of Portland on November 9, 2006 and is dedicated to a very different time in American History than the Freedom . . . → Read More: Portland Maine’s Freedom Trail
Three New England cities made the 2010 Travel+Leisure “America’s Favorite Cities” list, a list of 35 of America’s favorites. On that list from New England – Boston, MA; Portland, ME; and Providence, RI. New England represented 3 of the 7 cities from the Northeast, the others being Baltimore, New York City, . . . → Read More: Is Providence RI the Best City in the Northeast?