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South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Mar 18th, 2018
Boston, MA

The South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade is the second largest parade in the country, attended by nearly 600,000 to one million people every year and televised nationally. This parade features marching bands and pipe bands from across the U.S., colorful floats and a celebration of all things Irish in Boston’s most Irish neighborhood.

A Taste of Vermont
Mar 24th, 2018
Stratton, VT

The Annual “Taste of Vermont” is a mountain favorite event where the best of southern VT restaurants, professional and amateur chefs, caterers, bakers, deli’s, and more come together in culinary camaraderie to offer their favorite recipes for the tasting! It’s a fun & satisfying event for the whole family!

Connecticut Spring Antiques Show
Mar 24th, 2018 to Mar 25th, 2018
Hartford Armory
Hartford, CT

The Connecticut Spring Antiques Show is a fantastic pre-1840′s antiques show. Collectors and historians will enjoy this look at our country’s past and an opportunity to own a piece of history. Come see what Antiques and The Arts Weekly calls “the singular popular showcase for American furniture and decorative arts.” Nearby, visit The Mark Twain House & Museum, the Harriett Beecher Stowe Center and the Connecticut Science Museum.

Annual Mystic Irish Parade
Mar 25th, 2018
Historic Downtown Mystic
Mystic, CT

The annual event has close to 2,000 participants and 30,000 spectators, making it the largest single day event in the area. The Mystic parade starts at Mystic Seaport’s South Lot and heads into Historic Downtown Mystic where the parade’s “marquis act” will perform.

Billings Farm & Museum — Baby Animal Day
Mar 30th, 2018 to Mar 31st, 2018

Meet the farm’s newest additions during family-centered programs with our lambs, chicks, and calves; wagon rides and heirloom seed programs; 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.; 1890 Farmhouse open for tours.

Winter Brewers Festival — Mount Snow, Vermont
Mar 31st, 2018
West Dover, VT

Celebrate the end of winter with beer! This popular festival returns for the sixth straight year and will feature some of the top breweries from across New England and the northeast including the likes of Long Trail, Woodchuck Cider, Magic Hat, Allagash, Harpoon, Rock Art, Red Hook, Stone, Olde Burnside, Brooklyn and Budweiser. Your paid admission gets you a souvenir Winter Brewers Festival pint glass and your first drink is on Mount Snow. An outdoor BBQ and tons of vendors make this an event not to be missed. Enjoy great spring skiing and then enjoy some great spring beers!