Mother's Day Specials 2016
AndoverSamuel's at the Andover Inn4 Chapel Ave 978.775.4900Sunday, May 8thMother's Day Brunch. Seating’s at 10:30am, 11am, 12:30pm, 1pm, 2:30pm, & 3:30pm. Adults $42/ Children ages 5-12 $21/Children under 5 Years are free. Please call for reservations.http://www.andoverinn.com/best-... MORE ›
10th Annual Summer Artisans Market
Hundreds of one-of-a-kind creations! Ceramics* Decorative Arts* Woodworks* Painting Needle Arts* Polymer-Clay & Beadinf Metal Arts & Jewelry. Opening Day features an Outside Tent Sale and continues inside the Parsons Gallery through August. It's a great chance to select from hundreds of... MORE ›
2016 Excellence Awards Recognizing Community Contributions in Historic Preservation and Cultural Heritage
Lowell National Historical Park News ReleaseRelease date: ImmediateContact(s): Phil LupsiewiczPhone number: 978-... MORE ›
2016 William Diamond Junior Fife and Drum Muster
Minute Man National Historical Park News ReleasePress Advisory/Photo Opportunity Release date: ImmediateContact(s): Phil LupsiewiczPhone... MORE ›
Addison Gallery of American Art
The Addison Gallery is home to a world-class collection of American art and offers about twelve exhibitions a year. Free and open to the public.
Addison Gallery Of American Art
The Addison Gallery is home to a world-class collection of American art, with a vital and adventurous exhibitions program. Free and open to the public.
Autumn Arts & Crafts Festival
Shop the booths of New England’s finest artisans on the lawn of the Lexington Visitors Center opposite the Minute Man Statue. The festival will feature numerous booths with original handcrafted items. Rain date scheduled for the following day.Save the date: September 17, 2016... MORE ›
The Concord Museum brings Concord's remarkable story to life through a distinguished collection of American treasures including the famous 'one, if by land' Revere lantern, Revolutionary War artifacts, the desk on which Thoreau wrote 'Walden', and Emerson's Study. The... MORE ›
COOL Place is Lowell's arts & culture community hub! Visit us to shop from works made by local artists, and learn more about arts & cultural activities happening in the city. Open 7 days a week in the heart of downtown Lowell.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store
Named the “Best Family Dining Chain” by Restaurants and Institutions Magazine for 16 years. Open for breakfast (all day), lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
A regional favorite destination for unique jewelry, special occasion gifts & table art. Our focus is on American made and responsibility sourced global products.
deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum
Established in 1950, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is the largest park of its kind in New England, encompassing 30 acres, 20 miles northwest of Boston. Providing a constantly changing landscape of large-scale, outdoor, modern and contemporary sculpture and site-specific installations, the... MORE ›
Downtown Lowell First Thursdays
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DATE: April 22, 2016CONTACT: Mary Hart, Gates Block Studios PHONE: (781)... MORE ›
Downtown Lowell First Thursdays Returns For 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DATE: March 8, 2016CONTACT: Mary Hart, Gates Block Studios PHONE: ... MORE ›
Father's Day Specials 2016
Burlington, MA Tuscan Kitchen2400 District Ave 781.229.0300When: Father’s Day, Sunday, June 19thWhat: Grandfather’s eat free at all Tuscan Kitchen locations! Whether it’s the family-style Sunday Pranzo (a four-course feast of salumi, pasta, sirloin, and cannoli) or a la carte from Tuscan’s... MORE ›
Fee Free Days at Lowell National Historical Park for 2016
Lowell National Historical Park News ReleaseRelease date: ImmediateContact(s): Phil LupsiewiczPhone number: 978-275-1705Date: December 16, 2015Release code: 16-06... MORE ›
From Mills to Minutemen in Merrimack Valley
A plum location in the heart of New England has served Massachusetts’ Merrimack Valley well. The area has been at the center of major events in American history, art, literature and commerce for hundreds of years, and that heritage pays off in numerous ways for visitors. Located about a half-hour’... MORE ›
Kids Week 2016
AndoverAddison Gallery of American ArtPhillips Academy 180 Main Street, Andover, MA(978) 749-4342We are inviting you to drop in at your convenience and explore the Addison's winter exhibitions through hands-on activities related to themes related to “home.”BedfordBedford Free Public Library7 Mudge... MORE ›
Forty flavors of homemade ice cream, country store, outdoor grill perfect for lunch or a private party. Driving range and 9-hole pitch & putt golf course, 36-hole miniature golf course and bumper boats!
Labor Day 2016
LexingtonElement Lexington727 Marrett Road 781.761.1750What: 10% and stay and play!When: Labor Day Weekend 2016http://www.starwoodhotels.com/element/rates/calendar.html?propertyID=3210&rp=RC:DLY10,,,&EM=PARTNER_LINK_LEXCHAMBER_3210_EL_SSBLowellWestern Ave Studios122 Western Ave 978.710.... MORE ›
Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
The Lexington Arts and Crafts Society is a non-profit education center providing classes and workshops as well as exhibitions and sales of contemporary and traditonal fine art and craft.
Lexington Chamber of Commerce
Tourist information and referral service to local businesses, including lodging, dining, shopping, and attractions. Gift shop. Guided tours. Open daily.
Lexington Visitor Center
The Town of Lexington’s Visitor Center is open daily Monday-Sunday. Shop for unique gifts, view the famous Battle Green Diorama, and collect information on local restaurants and events. Tickets for the Liberty Ride Trolley Tour and Historic Houses Tour can be purchased here. Public restrooms... MORE ›
Lexington Visitor Center
The Town of Lexington’s Visitor Center is open daily Monday-Sunday. Shop for unique gifts, view the famous Battle Green Diorama, and collect information on local restaurants and events. Tickets for the Liberty Ride Trolley Tour and Historic Houses Tour can be purchased here. Public... MORE ›
Loading Dock Gallery
We are a cooperative member run gallery of Western Avenue Studio and Loft artists as well as artists from the Greater Lowell area. Monthly shows in the main gallery featuring 1-3 members or a group show, with opening receptions that fall on First Saturday Open Studios - for an added draw.... MORE ›
Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House
The circa 1690 home where Louisa May Alcott and her family lived for twenty years in considered a true pilgrimage site as the beloved classic, Little Women, was written and set here in 1868. A visit here reveals much more: the Alcotts were complex, caring individuals desirous of making a real... MORE ›
Lowell Folk Festival receives Arts award of $35,000
Lowell National Historical Park News ReleaseRelease date: ImmediateContact(s): Phil LupsiewiczPhone number: 978-275-1705Date: ... MORE ›
Custom framing, printing services, art and historical photos and maps, featuring prints by artists and photographers in the greater Merrimack Valley and beyond.
Market Street Market
We're not your average neighborhood grocery & wine store. Our products range from Boar’s Head meats and cheeses to a full line of top deli products and delicious sandwiches, salads, and many other delights! Wine & beer are a very large part of our business, with an ever changing selection... MORE ›
Market Street Market
We specialize in great sandwiches prepared with Boar's Head meat, salads, value wines, specialty Beers, regular and gourmet groceries, coffee and more! We provide a personal friendly touch with each and every transaction! Family owned and operated and committed to excellence.
Mil City Steampunk Festival
Lowell National Historical Park News ReleaseRelease date: ImmediateContact(s): Phil LupsiewiczPhone number: ... MORE ›
Mill No. 5
An interior streetscape of historic architecture, Mill No. 5 is a center for dining, shopping and entertainment, as well as a working space for artists and start-ups. The building houses a farm-to-table café, an independent film theater, a live music and dramatic performance space, the... MORE ›
National Park Service Announces 2015-2016 Winter Schedule and Holiday Hours
Lowell National Historical Park News ReleaseRelease date: ImmediateContact(s): Phil LupsiewiczPhone number: 978 275-1705 Date: November 23, 2015Release code: 16-04National Park Service... MORE ›
New England Quilt Museum
Visitors to the New England Quilt Museum experience world-class exhibitions that reflect the scope and versatility of quilt-making, past and present. Changing gallery exhibitions vary from historical themes that highlight the most significant and beautifully preserved antique quilts in... MORE ›
North Bridge Visitor Center
Information, ranger programs and museum store. Exhibits include the historic ‘Hancock’ cannon. Open daily. No admission fee.
Plaza Limousine Specials
2 Promotions:$1000 for 8 hours of service with our 22 passenger coach with an on-board restroom - a savings of $200! - good Monday-Thursday. $700 for 8 hours of service with our 12 passenger business class coach - 20% discount. Both promotions include gratuity - tolls and... MORE ›
Sophia's Greek Pantry North
We are a authentic Greek/Balkan specialty store, dedicated to providing and satisfying the diverse American palate. We offer hundreds of specialty Mediterranean products from both imported and national brands as well as homemade foods and desserts from Sophia's own recipes! From the pantry to your... MORE ›
The Brush Art Gallery and Studios
Presenting museum quality exhibitions. Studio artists produce paintings, illustration, photography, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, quilts, and handwoven items.
The Butterfly Place
The Butterfly Place is a living walk-in indoor butterfly environment where you can walk amongst hundreds of butterflies from all over the world. Gift Shop featuring butterfly hatching kits.
The Thoreau Society Shop at Walden Pond
Open daily all year. Hours vary. Extensive selection of books, t-shirts and other items related to Henry David Thoreau, nature, etc. Located at the Pond he made famous.
Tourism to Lowell National Historical Park Creates Over $40 Million in Economic Benefits
Lowell National Historical Park News ReleaseRelease date: ImmediateContact(s): Phil LupsiewiczPhone number: 978-275-... MORE ›
Verrill Farm is among the oldest agriculturally sustained lands in the U. S. More than 40 crops grown on over 150 acres are sold in the farm stand. Local specialty foods and cheese are also featured. The on-site kitchen, deli and bakery prepare mouthwatering entrees, soups, sandwiches and... MORE ›
Verrill Farm is among the oldest agriculturally sustained lands in the U. S. More than 40 crops grown on over 150 acres are sold in the farm stand. Local specialty foods and cheeses are also featured. The on-site kitchen, deli and bakery prepare mouthwatering entrees, soups, sandwiches and... MORE ›