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Science Starts In The Kitchen With Chef Nicole® at SEE Science Center

The exhibit, donated by Great NH Restaurants, was created by their own Corporate Chef, Nicole Barreira, known for... Read More »

Scots Day

Celebrate Scottish culture and military heritage at Fort Ticonderoga! Discover your own Scottish connection by visiting clan tents... Read More »

Scotty McCreery

In just over two years, Scotty McCreery has become one of country’s hottest rising stars. His platinum-selling debut... Read More »

Scuba Diving in New England

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A guest blogger!! Jen Kahn learned to scuba dive in a much warmer climate, Los Angeles, California. She... Read More »

Sculpture as Poetry in the Maine Landscape

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“For the last 19 years,” says June LaCombe, Maine’s one-woman outdoor sculpture campaign, “I have been trying to... Read More »

Sea Captains’ Cemetery Walk

Come and join in on a guided visit to many Dennis sea captains that were laid to rest... Read More »

Sea Lamprey Appreciation Day

The fascinating sea lamprey returns once again! Lamprey are the coolest and most ancient fish in the Merrimack... Read More »

SEAL TIDES: An educational, family-friendly comic mystery play

Presentations can by murder! Animal care technician Corinne teaches what to do if you find a stranded marine... Read More »

Seangerfest Men’s Choral Group Concert in Rangeley

The Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus is a multigenerational ensemble of approximately 65 men from throughout Greater Boston. The... Read More »

Seco; a braised meat dish

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There’s a saying in Peru: Bueno es culantro pero no tanto. Translated, it means “Cilantro is good, but... Read More »

Second Annual Hudson Historical Society Lumberjack Show

2nd Annual Hudson Historical Society Lumberjack Show On the grounds of historic “Alvirne” Hills House 211 Derry Road... Read More »

Sentinels on the Sound

2014 Summer Lighthouse Weekends July 5-6, 19-20, 26-27, 2014 16 weekends (both Saturdays & Sundays) of lighthouse boat... Read More »

Setting Sail on a Sea of Oil

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Hundreds of New York artists spend time each year in Maine, but Katherine Bradford is one of the... Read More »

Shakespeare & Leadership: Henry V

Shakespeare & Leadership is a performance series created by Commonwealth Shakespeare Company that features prominent local business leaders... Read More »

Sheep Shearing & Herding with Border Collies

May 3 & 4: Sheep Shearing & Herding with Border Collies Opening weekend devoted to our Southdown sheep... Read More »

Shepherdess: Self Titled

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Shepherdess is a group of Boston-based music workhorses, each with at least two other band credits to their... Read More »

Shining Tides Quilt Guild 12th Biennial Quilt Show

A quilt show displaying over 100 hand and machine sewn items. Among them are bed/lap and art/contemporary styles,... Read More »

SHOUT! THE MOD MUSICAL

SHOUT! The Mod Musical is a Broadway musical by Phillip George and David Lowenstein featuring songs from the... Read More »

Silent, Brilliant Storm

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It’s been calm here this week, unusually mild for November. Temperatures have been in the 50s, skies are... Read More »

Simple Beauty of Lois Dodd

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In terms of a sustained vision of everyday beauty, painter Lois Dodd would be hard to beat. Since... Read More »

Singing in the Rain

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I am about to write the most obvious statement: It’s been raining a lot lately. And my follow... Read More »

Six Degrees of Separation from Sugarbush Resort

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I have three degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon, which means everyone I know has four degrees, except... Read More »

Sixth Annual Colonial America Conference for Educators

Fort Ticonderoga hosts the Sixth Annual Colonial America Conference for Educators on Friday, May 16, 2014, from 9:00... Read More »

Ski Instructors Take Lessons Too

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There are many perceptions and misperceptions about ski instructors. One of my favorite jokes about the subject is:... Read More »

Ski Lift Ticket Deals and a Contest

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Blog Reader Alert – Attention/Achtung/Attenzione/Faites Attention: For those who cannot make it through an entire New England Outdoor... Read More »

Ski Tips for Kids

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Some of us are destined to ski, whether we like it or not. My nephew is one of... Read More »

Ski Tips to Improve Balance and Edging

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Yankee’s editor, Mel Allen, knows that I taught skiing for years so he keeps asking me about ways... Read More »



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