Held in one of the most spectacular settings in America, this event has quickly taken its place among the most anticipated food and wine events in the country. This remarkable weekend experience features hundreds of wines from around the world, fabulous food, cooking demonstrations by celebrated chefs, live and silent auctions and a gala celebration.
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Known as one of the most diverse games in the United States, NHHG highlights include the Gathering of the Scottish Clans, with more than 60 clans and societies; Massed Bands; sheepdog trials; Celtic world music concerts; the New England Regional Scottish Fiddle Championship; Scottish athletics; National Highland Dance Competition; solo piping and drumming; Scottish harp (Clarsach) and other instrument competitions.
Tough Mudder events are hardcore obstacle courses designed to test your all-around strength, stamina, mental grit and camaraderie. Built in a valley of the towering Green Mountains, Tough Mudder’s Mount Snow course is as unforgiving as a New England winter. Strip the course of obstacles, and a hike around Vermont’s harsh, mountainous terrain is a struggle in itself. Pepper that same terrain with obstacles that aggressively push boundaries of might and fright, and that “struggle” becomes a fight for your next headband.
Enjoy special pricing and unique menus during the Annual Nantucket Restaurant Week. Visitors can experience exceptional food, wine and Nantucket hospitality in many of the island’s great restaurants. Come see “Junior Chef” — the annual culinary competition that pits three teams from Nantucket High School Culinary Arts Program against each other. Armed with a secret local ingredient and a celebrated chef from an island restaurant, the teams go to work on a three-course meal live at Cisco Brewery.
Treat yourself and your loved ones to an unforgettable weekend, when we present some of the most experimental, counter-cultural plays by Tennessee Williams and Eugene O'Neill. Individual tickets, festival passes, and group tickets are available.
Honoring the “harvest of the sea,” the Bowen’s Wharf Seafood Festival offers copious amounts of seafood, continuous live music, and family fun, all beneath the wharf’s colorful tents. Neighboring restaurants and fisherman’s associations serve up their most celebrated seafood dishes (lobster dinners, clam chowder, stuffed quahogs, clam cakes, shrimp, scallops, raw oysters and clams, as well as a few dishes for landlubbers and kids). Spirits and soft drinks are available. Desserts include tempting pies, ciders, and other baked goods. Café-style seating is set up throughout the wharf. As you fill your bellies with fresh dishes, sit back and enjoy the beats from area bands. Under the music tent, live music — folk, Celtic, sea shanties and blues — are just a taste of what you’ll hear. Bring your dancing shoes, because these bands promise to get your feet moving!