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Slippery Slopes

New England’s ski areas will look a bit different this winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still have a blast skiing and riding your favorite downhill runs and backcountry trails. Many of New England’s ski areas closed abruptly last March at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving disappointed skiers and snowboarders to wonder if they would...

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Cultural Calendar

December’s short days and long nights are ideal for festive lights, snowy walks, and spending time with loved ones online or around the holiday table. From Boston to Montpelier, Vermont, if you enjoy spending time indoors or outside this time of year, you can celebrate the holidays and ring in the New Year with festive holiday light displays,...

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The Giving Season

This year more than ever, New England nonprofits need your support. If you want to do something to help make the world a kinder, greener place this holiday season, think about donating your time, talent, or money to a New England charity. Consider some of these local organizations dedicated to a variety of causes, from saving open space...

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New England’s Winter Farmers Markets

Comforts in the Cold Once held mainly during the warmer months, many New England farmers markets now have a dedicated winter clientele. If you’re looking to shop local for your Thanksgiving table this year, these cold-weather markets offer a wide variety of produce, meats, and prepared foods that will make your holiday special. Connecticut—Coventry Winter Farmer’s Market Located...

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Zen and the Art of Apple Pie

Become one with the dough and bring a taste of flaky bliss to the table. First, there is that apple-cinnamon/caramel steam that grabs you by the nose. Then you see the whole pie emerge from the oven and, finally, a warm apple pie wedge whose juices mingle the melting vanilla bean gelato. You take a bite and smile,...

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Art in the Woods: Andres Institute of Art

Andres Institute of Art in Brookline, NH, combines an art museum experience with hiking. Enjoy a beautiful fall afternoon outdoors among dozens of original sculptures.  Visiting a museum has been tough, if not impossible, over the past several months. For safety reasons related to COVID-19, many museums around the country still remain closed. Those that have reopened have strict capacity and social distancing...

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Empty Calendar

What to do when there's nothing to do The dog days of summer are upon us. In our modern lexicon, that popular term has dual meanings: 1) the period between early July and early September when the hot sultry weather of summer occurs in the Northern Hemisphere; 2) a period of stagnation or inactivity. In 2020, the dog...

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