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6th Annual Lexington Open Studios

Visit 70+ artists throughout Lexington at In-home studios, Lexington Arts and Crafts Society and Munroe Center for the... Read More »

7th Annual Classic Car Show to Help Warwick’s Homeless Companion Animals

The 7th Annual “Cause for Paws” Classic Car Show Rain date is Sunday, July 20, 2014. Antique Cars,... Read More »

7th Route 26 Dream Cruise

TheAnnual Route 26 Dream Cruise is at Log Haven Restuarant and Campground. The action starts in the late... Read More »

81st Annual League of NH Craftsmen’s Fair

GET inspired. Make the Annual League of NH Craftsmen’s Fair and the Lake Sunapee Region your summertime destination.... Read More »

9th Annual Beal/Bunnell/Beauregard Scholarship Golf Tournament

“At the Colebrook Country Club. All proceeds will benefit the Kiwanis Club’s annual scholarships for local students, established... Read More »

A “Way Out” solution to black flies and more…

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Finally! It’s spring (sort of) in our neck of the woods. And let’s face it, after what seemed... Read More »

A Catholic View of Art

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Back in May, New York Times art critic Michael Kimmelman, commenting on a coincidence of exhibitions of paintings... Read More »

A Complex, Contradictory, Lovely Place

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I once read in a guidebook: “Of all the natural regions of the United States, New England is... Read More »

A Cornmeal Heirloom

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What I always noticed first when Josie cooked were her hands. Her fingers were slender but gnarled, like... Read More »

A Fall Trail Run

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There are people who hike year-round. I am not one of those people. For me, fall is the... Read More »

A Family Halloween at Billings Farm & Museum

October 26: A Family Halloween – Halloween fun for all ages! Doughnuts-on-a-string, pumpkin carving, Halloween tales, wagon rides,... Read More »

A Green Book and a Stowe Chef

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Ever wish you had staff? Maybe you have staff — I don’t. I had dinner at a friend’s... Read More »

A Kitchen Story and Oysters

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I have a crush on Bill Buford. For those of you who don’t know his work, he is... Read More »

A Midsummer’s Afternoon Tea

Afternoon themed teas are multi-course, multi-dimensional occasions that start with a soup course and then feature assorted savories... Read More »

A Must Read for Skiers: Spalding Gray’s It’s a Slippery Slope

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I miss Spalding Gray. I never knew him personally, but I loved what he wrote. I also miss... Read More »

A Night at the Oscars

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I always watch the Oscars and it usually gets me to thinking about Georgia at this time of... Read More »

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Links

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When I drove down to the Elizabeth Moss Gallery in the Falmouth, Maine, Shopping Center, the show I... Read More »

A Plenty of Fish and Lobsters Very Great – Cookery in Early Pemaquid. Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

Cultural historian Nathan Randall investigates early settlers’ diets. Did they adapt their English tastes to the Maine environment... Read More »

A Pound of Cure: Health Care in the 19th Century

Old Sturbridge Village will portray common 19th-century medical practices for its new event called A Pound of Cure:... Read More »

A Prayer on the Day After Christmas

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The time between Christmas and New Year’s is a silent time, a time of grateful stillness. At least... Read More »

A Relaxing Vacation

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With a week and a half off to play, I hoped to trek across New England and ski... Read More »

A Search for Sectional Identity in 17th Century Maine. – Evening Lecture at Colonial Pemaquid

John O’Toole reveals how English political turmoil impactged long term plans for the District of Maine and spawned... Read More »

A Star-Spangled Summer Picnic and Auction

Gather with members and other Village supporters for A Star-Spangled Summer Picnic & Auction June 25th. Start the... Read More »

A Stash of Perfection

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With a frost warning up, last week I picked all the tomatoes left on the vines. And I... Read More »

A Strawberry Homecoming

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Yesterday, friends came over for supper. Our main course was to be strawberry shortcake. It’s strawberry season here... Read More »

A Summer Flower Show

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As I sit here at the keyboard, my backyard view is of gardens punctuated by deep red bee... Read More »

A Tale of Two Gardeners: Beatrix Potter and Emily Dickinson

Author, teacher, and popular lecturer Marta McDowell relates a tale of two famous writers and their gardens in... Read More »