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Looking for a cozy, culinary getaway? Café Provence and the Lilac Inn are hosting a series of Vermont Culinary Retreat Weekends for visitors with a passion for cooking and a desire to experience a classic Vermont country inn.
Vermont’s new African American Heritage Trail offers visitors 10 destinations that illuminate the lives of African Americans for whom the Green Mountain State played an integral part of their lives.
New England was built for road trips and now there’s a new service that helps people plan and make the most of their journey.
For 35 seasons, New Life Hiking Spa has welcomed people from around the globe to the Green Mountains of Vermont for hiking spa vacations. Founded by Jimmy LeSage, M.S., in 1978, New Life has become one of North America’s most recognized spa vacations.
In Maine, the second-largest easement in US history connects two million acres of woods, waters, and mountains: now conserved for wildlife, recreation and forestry.
The Norman Rockwell Museum of Rutland, Vermont, houses a nationally recognized collection of Norman Rockwell’s art and commemorates Norman Rockwell’s Vermont years and the entire span and diversity of his career (1911-1978).
The 2012 Maple Sugar season in the Granite State has officially begun, starting about one week to ten days early, according to the New Hampshire Maple Producers Association (NHMPA), due to the milder than usual winter weather.
Ocean breezes and stylish renovations are refreshing a new hotel company which has emerged on New England’s Atlantic shore. Lark Hotels brings colorfully unconventional décor and relaxed hospitality to four historic accommodations.
In collaboration with OutRyders and DownEast Pride Alliance, Sunday River Ski Resort will host White Out Weekend (WOW), February 9-12, 2012-three days dedicated to the gay and lesbian community.
The fourth annual statewide Maine Restaurant Week is March 1-10, 2012. Nearly 50 restaurants throughout the state are already confirmed for this year with restaurants in towns from Lewiston, Auburn, Kennebunk, Portland, Camden, Brunswick, Bangor and more.
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