More than 270 fine artists will exhibit oils, watercolors, photography, pastels, sculpture and acrylics along the streets of historic downtown Mystic during this annual art festival, the oldest of its kind in the northeast.
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With more than 50 cheesemakers, the highest number per capita in the country, Vermont is the premier artisan cheese state. Festival visitors will meet cheesemakers, and taste and purchase their cheeses. Come for educational seminars, cooking demonstrations by star chefs, and cheesemaking demonstrations throughout the day. The Vermont Cheesemakers’ Festival has been organized by Vermont Butter and Cheese Creamery in partnership with the Vermont Cheese Council. This is a busy weekend in the area; make reservations early.
The Citizens Bank Pops by the Sea concert is Cape Cod’s single largest one-day cultural event. This is the only time of the year that the Boston Pops play on Cape Cod. This fundraising concert regularly sells out to a live audience of more than 15,000 – the Cape’s largest single audience. Cape Cod residents and visitors from throughout the United States and abroad gather for this magical afternoon event.
Founded in 1867, this old-time agricultural county fair features animal exhibits and shows, The World of Wonders "Amazement Show" sideshow acts, the Houdini-style Escape Explosion Show, Kachunga and the Alligator, Marko the Master Magician, agricultural displays, chainsaw woodcarvers, harness racing, oxen and horse pulls, tractor and truck pulls, Maple Sugar House, Milking Parlor, petting zoo, Buddy the Clown, arts and crafts, Exhibit Hall, Beer & Wine Garden, and midway rides for all ages presented by Dreamland Amusements.
The New Haven Open is prominently featured domestically on ESPN2 and also broadcast around the world. In addition to world class tennis, the tournament offers fans a host of off-court activities including the Aetna FitZone, New Haven Food & Wine Festival, autograph sessions, live entertainment and much more.
It's a colorful tradition that evokes the spirit of an era. Members of the Coaching Club from around the country will bring their historic coaches and their teams of trained carriage horses to Newport, to display the art and sport of coaching. It happens only every three years, so you won't want to miss the spectacle as the coaches drive through the streets of Newport.