Come celebrate the rich heritage of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. Join in social dances, or watch exhibition dancers and contestants move with skill and power to the ancient rhythms of a grandfather drum! Experience 17th century life in an eastern woodland village environment. Try some authentic native food favorites and shop for special Native American crafts. Free scheduled bus service departs every 30 minutes from Mashantucket Pequot Museum, MGM Grand at Foxwoods Valet, Grand Pequot Tower Bus Loop, Great Cedar Hotel Bus Loop and Two Trees Inn (see website for details).
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Come enjoy a classic New England country fair at the Red Apple Farm in Massachusetts’ Johnny Appleseed country. Take a hayride and see the New England Garden Tractor Pull Championship, amidst live music, great food, local brewers, vendors and artisan tables, and more.
The International Seaplane Fly-In brings thousands of participants and spectators to the Moosehead region on the weekend after Labor Day. The event includes float plane competitions, educational exhibits, the Moosehead Lake region’s largest craft fair, lots of food and much more.
This Annual Codman Estate Fine Arts and Crafts Festival features the work of more than 100 artisans and their wares. This is a juried show. Visitors can enjoy live entertainment, a food court, and Codman Estate tours.
Once called “the handsomest place in America,” this country estate was home to five generations of the Codman family. The sixteen acre grounds feature a hidden turn-of-the-century Italian garden with perennial beds, statuary, and a reflecting pool filled with water lilies. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Rain or Shine.
Come by land or sea…eat, stay and play in beautiful Boothbay Harbor at the Annual Claw Down® Chef’s “Lobster Bite” Competition — a challenge for local chefs to come up with the best lobster appetizer. The event will kick off Boothbay Harbor’s Restaurant Week. Sample savory lobster bites while tasting a selection of wines.
Referred to by many as “New Hampshire’s Classic Fall Foliage Experience,” the Hobo Railroad takes on an entirely new look for Autumn with the addition of the Hobo Farm Stand that’s stocked with New Hampshire-made products as well as a huge selection of pumpkins from the Moulton Farm in Meredith, NH. Meanwhile, the Hobo Farm Yard is filled with games for all ages to enjoy like pumpkin bowling, ring toss, horse shoes, bean bag toss, sack races, croquet and corn hole, not to mention an impressive display of five antique tractors provided by the Presby Transportation Museum located in Whitefield, NH.