George Washington’s Birthday is observed on the third Monday in February every year. According to the National Archives, Congress declared it a legal holiday in 1879 after years of unofficial celebrations to honor our first commander in chief. For many Americans, the holiday has become …Continue Reading 3 Fun Things to Do in Massachusetts over Presidents Day Weekend
Another New England winter is rolling in with snow, ice, and more snow. But you don’t have to go into hibernation mode just because the temperature drops. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a number of winter activities are good for …Continue Reading 3 Activities to Keep You Moving this Winter
Winter is the time for sipping hot chocolate by the fireplace, holiday feasts, caroling around the neighborhood, and strolling around a winter market with family or friends. The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT) offer a variety …Continue Reading Fun Winter Activities in Massachusetts
It’s time to sharpen your skates! For the second year in a row, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) opens the doors to its ice skating rinks on Wednesday, Nov. 26 – the day before Thanksgiving. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or skating for …Continue Reading Ice Skating in Massachusetts
Winter in Massachusetts provides fabulous snowscapes framed by bright blue skies and brilliant sunshine; although it may be cold outside, the fun is just heating up. When chilly weather arrives, it’s time to dust off snowboards, skies, and sleds; to ensconce oneself in scarves, mittens, …Continue Reading Outdoor Winter Activities in Massachusetts
Ice skating is a perfect way to get children and adults to sneak some physical activity into their winter routines. Race, spin, slide, and socialize to a healthier lifestyle while having tremendous fun. The good news is that Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) ice …Continue Reading 7 Ice Skating Tips for Winter Fun
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