The largest outdoor blues festival in New Hampshire! The festival features award-winning blues artists, food vendors, craft vendors, a climbing wall and many fun activities for children including Saturday night fireworks. The festival is held in the heart of the White Mountains and the boogie stage is in a natural amphitheater located on a 72-acre pasture in the Pemigewasset River Valley.
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More than 120 booths showcasing fine art, crafts, jewelry, glass, ceramics, photography, woodworking, sculpture and more. Children’s tent daily featuring face painting and art & craft activities. Gourmet food trucks will be available on the Green for your refreshment. A great day out for the whole family.
Come celebrate the powerful little fruit that put this section of Downeast Maine on the map. Come enjoy crafts, food, entertainment, contests, and all things blueberry. Machias is in the northern part of Maine’s beautiful, rugged coast, four hours from Portland, two hours from Bangor, and about an hour and a half from Bar Harbor. Enjoy the festival and stay in the area for whale watching, hiking and kayaking.
On the third Saturday in August the skies over Jaffrey light up with a world class fireworks display, which is choreographed to music by our very own international award winning company ~ Atlas PyroVision, based in Jaffrey, New Hampshire since 1949. There are numerous activities going on in the Monadnock Region the week of our event. Check out our Stay & Play page to see what’s happening and lodging information. This year, the theme of the show will be Woodstock Legends.
Come to the coast of Connecticut to celebrate oysters! This family-oriented festival is filled with arts and crafts, harbor activities, entertainment for all ages, colorful tents with food and beverages, a classic car show, canoe and kayak races, children’s games, and national and local entertainers. Several varieties of oysters will be sold at the festival representing some of the most prominent oyster growers on the east coast of the United States. Enjoy oysters both salty and sweet, grown from Maine to Virginia.
You may have seen these bicycle racers on TV challenging the mountains in Europe, but they call this event the “TOUGHEST HILLCLIMB RACE IN THE WORLD!” – 7.4 miles up the Mt. Washington Auto Road to the tallest peak in the Northeastern U.S. Come see for yourself why the top racers from the world and local riders travel to Pinkham Notch for this challenge.