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Fun and unusual things to do in every corner of Massachusetts

Find great, fun things to do and fresh places to explore in the Bay State for every age and taste, from antique shopping to rock climbing to slithering through a water park. Check attractions' websites for updates to scheduling and other details, especially for activities affected by weather.

66 Thunder Mountain Road Charlemont, MA, 01339 Phone: 413-339-6617

Berkshire East is as much a riders mountain as you will find in New England. Whether you are a refugee from the northern resorts, a first timer, or die hard regular, the Beast has got you covered if you want great conditions, great terrain, great people, and an awesome atmosphere that caters to people who are done putting up with corporate b.s. and overpriced tickets.

What’s new? This winter you will see a wind tower. This unit will generate 130% of our annual need. We have some great lifts and a bunch of new snow guns. Berkshire East has always been a locals place, but that's not because we only get people from western Mass. It means that when you buy a pass or a ticket here, that the money stays here and gets reinvested into our awesome mountain.

1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, off Route 20 Sturbridge, MA, 01566 Phone: 508-347-3362 Toll-Free: 800-733-1830

A trip to historic, authentic and tasty

One of Massachusetts’ 50 great things to do has 50 great things all its own to enjoy when you arrive at this celebrated living history destination, one of the nation’s largest. Settle in at the Old Sturbridge Inn or Reeder Family Lodges. Savor authentic New England cuisine, cozy rooms and fireplaces, and delicious sweets from Ye Old Bake Shoppe. Then step into the 18th century and watch and participate in what people did then. Costumed interpreters will guide your visit on foot, on a stagecoach or standing beside a potter’s wheel or the blacksmith’s forge, or meeting with farmers and their animals at work. The 19th century is here, too, in 40 antique homes, buildings and water-powered mills in this most scenic town. Open year-round. Seasonal hours may vary.

5 Water Street Fall River, MA, 02721 Phone: 508-678-1100 Toll-Free: 800-533-3194

A day out you won’t forget

Teachers, students, tourists, Moms, Dads and kids will be inspired by this magnificent living history museum on the water in Fall River. A great attraction year round brings you up close to some very big players in America’s storied naval history. Ships that participated in definitive battles like the USS Massachusetts; protected the coast and brought home astronauts from their landings in the sea like the USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.; and PT boats engaged in the Pacific theater are here in the world’s largest collection of US naval ships. Myriad inspiring exhibits enhance the stories told. The Pearl Harbor Experience is the only outdoor multimedia reenactment anywhere while year round maritime camps, girl scout overnights and family nautical nights make this a highly unique and memorable adventure for all.

1098 Fall River Avenue Seekonk, MA, 02771 Phone: 508-336-8307

For fun Go Kart action, head to Seekonk Grand Prix

Looking for a different kind of summer fun? Head to Seekonk Grand Prix for wild Go Kart action.  Our Family Track stretches a quarter mile in length, the longest in New England,features tunnels, hairpin curves and other thrills. Test your racing skills further on our Slick Track, where you'll slip and slide. Youngsters can enjoy the Go Kart thrills, too. We've got a Kiddy Track and a Beginner Track. For bumping and bouncing thrills try our bumper cars and our bumper boats. Head to our arcade where you can challenge your family and friends on more than 60 games. We've got all your favorites -- Guitar Hero, Ski Ball, Air Hockey and Dance Dance Revolution. Wind up your day on our mini-golf course, with 18 holes. 

50 Ferncroft Road Danvers, MA, 01923 Phone: 978-777-2500

The Largest Indoor Water Park in New England!

Make a splash with the family at the largest indoor water park in Massachusetts. A tropical indoor paradise where it’s always 84 degrees and open every day for every kid of every age. There are water slides, a lazy river, a splash pad and dip-in-the- theater arcade, private, cozy cabanas and lots more where they came from. Hold one of a kind birthday parties, group swims, or even buy out the whole park for a day. Then enjoy a night at the Doubletree Hotel Boston North Shore adjacent to the Park with luxurious bedding and jumbo pillows, flat screen television, on-demand movies and premium cable channels. Look for Coco Key Discounts and packages that include overnight accommodations, water resort access, and breakfast in the family-friendly TradeWinds Restaurant.

75 Falmouth Heights Road Falmouth, MA, 02540 Phone: 508-548-4800

Great places start with a great journey.

As if Martha’s Vineyard wasn’t enough of a great place to travel to, getting there only adds to the fun. From May through October, climb aboard the Island Queen in Falmouth, MA on ol’ Cape Cod and settle in for a sweet 35 minute mini cruise across beautiful and historic Vineyard Sound. The sea along the Massachusetts Coast is your soothing backdrop for 35 minutes of relaxation, conversation and a refreshing touch of sun, sky and salt air that fills the lungs and lifts the spirit. Passengers only are welcome aboard along with their bicycles, kayaks, paddle boards and pets. No passenger ferry reservations are required while groups of 20 or more can make group reservations.

300 North Main Street Florence, MA, 01062 Phone: 413-584-5457

Look Memorial Park is your destination for every day

Can't decide if you're in the mood for tennis or a nature park? At Look Memorial Park in Northampton, Mass., you can do both -- an a whole lot more. There's so much to do here, every trip to the park is special. We've got a zoo with fallow deer, peacocks, and red-tailed hawks. Cruise the lagoon in bumper boats, and bump and splash your friends. Explore Willow Lake in pedal boats. Explore the park in our miniature steamer train. Play 18 holes of miniature golf on our beautifully landscaped course. Pack a picnic lunch, and dine beneath the trees in one of picnic area. Enjoy a fresh and delicious meal at Look Park Grill or an ice cream at the Sweet Shoppe. We're open daily, 365 days a year, from 7 a.m. to sunset.

65 Main Street Watertown, MA, 02472 Phone: 617-926-2562

Explore three millenia of rich culture and history

You don’t have to be Armenian to find something fascinating at this premier destination for student groups, families and tourists. Discover the rich culture and 3,000-year history of this resilient people by exploring galleries that hold ancient artifacts and textiles, as well as exhibits celebrating Armenian art and artists. Permanent displays include the photography of Yousuf Karsh (containing his iconic portraits of Winston Churchill, Mother Teresa, and many others), along with an exhibition on the history and effects of the Armenian Genocide. Click on our link above to plan your visit and learn more.

5 Pine Street Carver, MA, 02330 Phone: 508-866-8190 Toll-Free: 877-332-8455

The perfect recipe for a fabulous, fun filled, family adventure

Start with a family outing. Add some cranberries, some cotton candy and kettle corn, maybe a hot delicious barbecue. Throw in a mix of carnival rides, a towering Ferris Wheel and a vintage carousel. Sprinkle in an indoor play area, a dash of Thomas the Tank Train, a pinch of the National Cranberry Festival, and a cup of the Christmas Festival of Light. Now pour all around the neatest narrow gauge railroad in the east to take you all on fantastic journeys through cranberry bogs in the fall and unbelievable light shows in the winter. Stir vigorously. Then taste one fabulous “Family Fun Park” that Ellis D. Atwood (old EDA himself) started in the 1940’s and passed along for generations to enjoy. Sip slowly. Continue until done.

Visitor Center - 134 Court Street Plymouth, MA, 02360 Phone: 508-747-7533 Toll-Free: 800-872-1620

Where will your visit begin?

We have a variety of activities on land or on the water. The Atlantic Ocean itself is our playground! Trips such as whale watches, lobster excursions and pirate adventures are popular with visitors both young and not quite as young. Our beaches and parks offer families a place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Enjoy great seafood, fairs, festivals, the arts, a distillery, a winery or a brewery. Ride a narrow gauge train ride through acres of cranberry bogs at Edaville USA. Experience living history at Plimoth Plantation, depicting life in Plymouth in 1627. Please call 1.800.USA.1620, or visit our website to learn more about these activities and others to prepare for your trip to Plymouth.

Historic Shore Street Falmouth, MA, 02541 Phone: 508-540-3000 Toll-Free: 800-352-7100

An old-fashioned Cape Cod vacation like your grandparents remember

If you want to experience Cape Cod the way your grandparents remember it, the place to stay is ShoreWay Acres Inn in Falmouth. We're family owned and family run. The main part of our inn is an historic sea captain's home, built in 1806 and located in downtown Falmouth. That means we're within walking distance to everything -- the beach, the village, bird sanctuary, day spas, shops, galleries, museums, churches, trolley stop, library, and more than twenty restaurants, pubs, and sidewalk cafes. With short notice we can prepare a traditional Cape Cod clam bake -- with lobster, steamers, corn on the cob, and watermelon -- or a cook out, with hot dogs, hamburgers, and BBQ chicken. These meals are served on the lawn, so it's come as you are. Bare feet and bathing suits are fine.

Come play in the sweet mountain air

Less than three hours from New York City and Boston, the Berkshires of Western MA offer culture and adventure year round. In winter, though, it is the crystal-clear blue skies… snow-topped mountains and fields calling out for ski and snowshoe tracks that make us an ideal vacation destination. So, too, are leisurely visits to our first-class museums, soul-satisfying meals at our many gourmet restaurants or simply finding the perfect fireplace to relax in front of at one of our cozy New England bed and breakfast. Journey here as a couple or pack up the entire family, get out & about in the Berkshires. Whether you choose to spend your time indoors or out, the Berkshire region is a welcome respite in the winter. To learn more visit us at berkshires.org or find us on Facebook at Visit the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts.

55 Salisbury Street Worcester, MA, 01609 Phone: 508-799-4406

Release the Picasso inside you at the Worcester Art Museum

Spend a day at the Worcester Art Museum (WAM) and explore magnificent artwork from over fifty centuries of world cultures! WAM is world-renowned for its 38,000-piece collection of antiquities, paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, decorative arts, arms and armor, and more. View works by Cassatt, Gauguin, Goya, Monet, Sargent and Whistler; admire floor mosaics from the ancient city of Antioch; enjoy the serenity of our medieval Chapter House; see cutting-edge contemporary art; and discover many other treasures. Check out our changing special exhibitions that showcase masterworks, seldom-seen gems, and important works on loan. Don’t miss our interactive arms and armor demonstrations, Art Carts, and fun for kids in Helmutt’s House. Top off your art-filled day at WAM with lunch in the Museum Café and a stop in the Shop for unique gifts and mementos.

Route 2 (Mohawk Trail) Charlemont, MA, 01339 Phone: 800-532-7483

11 zip lines, 2 sky bridges and 3 rappels

Try Zoar Outdoor’s newest adventure on a Deerfield Valley Canopy Tour in Charlemont Massachusetts. Our 3-hour-long zip line canopy tour leads adventurers on an aerial trek through the woods by means of 11 zip lines, 2 sky bridges and 3 rappels suspended in the trees in the northern Berkshires and connected through platforms that sit high above the forest floor. Our double-cable construction provides an extra margin of safety and hand braking (with backup brakes on each zip) allows you to control your zip speed with a gloved hand and keep from "spinning out". Our guides are trained in both safe zipping practices and in interpreting the environment around you so you can fully appreciate this unique journey through the forest canopy.

15 Arlington Street Boston, MA, 02116 Phone: 617-536-5700

Rooftop Sunday Brunch with spectacular views of the Public Garden and Boston

Enjoy traditional breakfast preparations, contemporary New England cuisine, and Indian specialties, alongside a bounty of dessert items made in-house by our talented pastry team.

Every Sunday, April-November, with seatings from 10:30am - 2pm. Reservations suggested.

Route 28 on Pleasant Bay Chatham, MA, 02633 Phone: 508-432-5400 Toll-Free: 800-225-7125

Tots to teens to Moms and Dad’s will find something to make their day

The family friendly resort features tennis, eighteen holes of championship golf, two beaches and two magnificent pools. Private cabanas offer views of Pleasant Bay and the Atlantic Ocean and all the relaxing extras. The Annual Cape Cod Jazz Festival, free and open to the public, has a lineup of the region’s hottest jazz artists and is one of the most anticipated events of the summer. The Children's Center offers educational, fun and whimsical programming for children 2-12. The kids will love the high tech amenities, a nautical themed playground with a "tot lot" for the youngest children and "children's area" for those over five. During the summer there is an aquatic playground as well as Drive-In Movie Family Fun Night, Teen Gaming Night, tennis, swimming and sailing lessons.

Butternut Is Tubing Paradise

Tubing is a fun way to finish off the weekend and provides an optional activity to skiing and snowboarding. The seven-lane tubing park at Butternut Ski Area at 380 State Road (Route 23) in Great Barrington makes sliding downhill fun for everyone! The tubing center has its own ticketing building and offers 200 tubes, up to 7 chutes, a dedicated lift that makes getting back to the top easy and fun, and total snowmaking coverage. Tubing park open Fridays through Sundays and every day during holidays. New in 2016: tubing open Friday nights, 5-8 p.m. Phone: 413-528-2000.

Got Altitude??

Get vertical indoors under your own steam with some help from the trampolines at Altitude Trampoline Park at 700 Boston Road in Billerica. Fun for people of all ages, and we aren’t kidding about letting off steam! This park has 15,000 square feet of wall-to-wall trampolines, along with other ways to get physical, like a rock climbing wall and a battle beam, both suspended over foam pits. Enjoy games like 3D basketball and test your limits in the gymnastics tumbling zones. In any weather, this is a fun way to get physical. Phone: 978-663-5867.

Cool Fun on the Ice

The Worcester Common Oval at 455 Main Street in Worcester is open for public ice skating Friday evenings from 5 to 8 p.m. and weekends from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays (more hours on school vacation weeks). Enjoy some uncommonly cool time with family and friends! Make a note of some special events coming to the Oval: a demonstration by the USA Luge Team on January 9 (5-8 p.m.); a visit with Queen Elsa on January 11 (2-4 p.m.) and visits with FINZ of the Worcester Sharks on January 18 (2-4 p.m.). Inexpensive admission and skate rentals! Phone ahead for rink closures in case of bad skating weather. Phone: 508-929-0777.

Ice Skating at the Frog

Get those blades to a sharpening shop! No, we’re not taking about carving a standing rib roast. This has to do with pulling out the ice skates and joining the twirling masses at the ice rink on the Frog Pond at Boston Common. From mid-November to mid-March, local people and visitors alike share the experience of and enjoyment of gliding across the ice and enjoying the winter climate in a wonderful urban park. The Frog Pond Café is open throughout the year, offering meals and snacks in a unique setting. Skating open until mid-to-late March 2012. Phone: 617-635-2120.

Old Italy Flavors at Caffe Vittoria

You would expect a certain old-world ambiance in any of the Little Italy neighborhoods that bright American cities, and Caffe Vittoria, at 296 Hanover Street in Boston does not disappoint. Established in 1929, Caffe Vittoria declares it was the first Italian caffe in Boston’s North End district. Coffee, Italian pastries and fine beverages are the specialties here. With four levels of seating and three full liquor bars, there is something for everyone. Taste the caffe’s grappa from its extensive collection. This is a sweet stop at any time of the year, with marvelous people-watching just outdoors in one of the liveliest ethnic enclaves in New England. Phone: 617-227-7606.

Indoor Exercise -- Reeee-e-e-ech!

Come on indoors and climb a rock. Yeah, you heard that right. Rock Spot Climbing at 67 Sprague Street in Boston is open from 10 a.m. to midnight every day and it invites people of all ages and abilities to … climb. Open to individuals, pairs of people, parents & kids (some age restrictions), and groups. Try rope climbing with a belayer or bouldering or lead climbing. Good exercise, different, challenging, and fun. Rock Spot Climbing has plenty of experienced and helpful staff members to guide and coax beginners. Try it! Phone: 617-333-4433

Come Explore Lowell National Historical Park

During the mid-1800s, Lowell’s water-powered textile mills catapulted the nation into a new industrial era. Among others, the mills and their labor needs deeply affected immigrant families, early female factory workers, and the early days of the labor movement. The Lowell National Historical Park at 304 Dutton Street in Lowell is a living history museum of the region’s early industrialization within an active city. Lowell's 5.6-mile canal system is the centerpiece of the historic city, offering structure to the cityscape, spaces for recreation, connections to nature, the inspiring power of flowing water, and reminders of the city's history. Lowell National Historical Park offers a wide variety of tours by canal boat, trolley, and on foot. Fascinating and inspiring. Phone: 978-970-5000.

Wonderful Walk; Magical Marsh

The walk up the hillside is easy and the reward is magnificent. At Stavros Reservation, at the end of Island Road in Essex, walk up Whites Hill and then feel your breath catch at panoramic views of Crane Beach and the Essex River estuary spread out below. As you loop back down the hill, you’ll trek through a thicket of Devil's walking stick, broken only by a small hillside clearing that offers views over the salt marshes to Castle Hill, a fine old house also on a high promontory and also worth a visit. Walks are great at any time of the year, just prepare for hilltop weather. Phone: 978-526-8687.

Charles Riverboat Offers a Window on Cambridge

Tour Cambridge from the comfortable seat on boat cruise with the Charles Riverboat Company, traveling the historic river that winds through this city. Sightseeing cruises offer views of Beacon Hill, Esplanade Park, the Back Bay, Boston and Harvard universities, lots of sailors and rowers. Another narrated tour specializes in explaining old and contemporary architecture like Marriott’s Custom House, the Prudential Building, and the Hancock tower. Tours leaves from 100 Cambridgeside Place, easily accessible to the T trains. Phone: 617-621-3001.

Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Winter

Tower Hill Botanic Garden, at 11 French Drive in Boylstonwarms the season up with its beautiful Winter Garden, situated in a semi-enclosed courtyard reminiscent of an Italian villa. Protected from wind and extreme temperatures, the Winter Garden is a showcase for plants that are at their best during the winter months, featuring exquisite bark, structures, berries, or evergreen needles. An intricate water feature in the center of the courtyard, Domitian’s Pool, is designed to function in winter. The Limonaia or Lemon House has a cathedral-like interior of the Limonaia. This room expands the display of non-hardy plants. The Limonaia will house the garden’s collection of camellias and citrus plants. Open year-round, daily, except major holidays. Phone: 508-869-6111.

Courtyard of Floral Art

The art of landscape has always been central to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on The Fenway in Boston. The museum's interior courtyard is an astonishing work of art, combining plants, sculpture, and architectural elements. The interplay between the courtyard and the museum galleries offers visitors a fresh view of the courtyard from almost every room. The central courtyard is regularly transformed with new plants and colors in seasonal displays, including hanging nasturtiums in April, hydrangeas and bellflowers in the summer, and the Chrysanthemums in the Court installation each fall. Phone: 617-566-1401.

Whaling by Sail in the Tough Old Days

Commercial whaling conveys a very different scent in the 21st century than it did in the 1700s and 1800s when ships went to sea to capture animals that helped producd the cleanest light ever known. New England’s whaling industry ended by about 1900, but the stories of the unbelievable hardy men who went to sea hundreds of years ago still can shiver our timbers. New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park, operated by the U.S. Park Service, tells the dramatic story of the old whaling industry in the very streets and buildings where ships departed and sometimes returned after years of chasing the wind around the globe. Stroll the cobblestone streets and see the world’s largest whaling museum, a merchant’s home, a whalemen's chapel, and a 19th-century schooner. Phone: 508-996-4095.

Franklin Park Zoo is Warm & Welcoming

Animals don’t turn off their antics in winter, so the zoos shouldn’t shut down, either, right? Franklin Park Zoo on Franklin Park Road in Boston hums through the winter at a balmy 72 degrees year-round. Enjoy the western lowland gorillas, ring-tailed lemurs, mandrills, a pygmy hippopotamus, and more. Ask questions at the daily zookeeper encounters, at Bird’s World, the Tropical Forest (complete with gorillas), and at Franklin Farm. Experience the thrilling new 6D ride, Rhino Rescue (that is 3D film enhanced by seat movement, wind, and light changes. Phone: 617-541-5466.

Pay a Private Visit to Myrtle

The New England Aquarium at 1 Central Wharf in Boston invites guests to get truly up close and person with one of its star residents: Myrtle the Turtle. Participants of this animal encounter program leave the public exhibit path and go behind the scenes to see the science, technology, and food preparation necessary to manage the 200,000-gallon exhibit where Myrtle lives. You may get a chance to feed barracuda or serve a head of lettuce to Myrtle. Offered Saturday, Sunday and holidays for visitors age 13 and older. Fee is $125 plus the cost of admission. Phone: 617-973-5206.

Yo, Ho, Ho …

remember, from history class, the Triangle Trade? If you do, you know that rum was one of the points of the triangle. Now, a Massachusetts-based run distiller, Privateer Rum, is reviving the New England rum tradition, producing silver and amber rums using time-honored techniques. Privateer, at 28 Mitchell Road in Ipswich offer tours of its distillery, where people can visit the barrel rooms; see where rums are filled, sealed, labeled, signed and packaged by hand; and taste a flight of rums including unreleased batches. These 75-minute tours are offered Fridays and Saturdays by appointment for $25 per person. Leave your parrot and cutlass at home. Phone: 978-356-0477

Charming Neighborhood With Deep History

The Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association, located in the town of Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard, is a neighborhood of hundreds of colorful, ornate gingerbread cottages that are a delight to the eye and great fun to see and photograph. The neighborhood has its roots in the religious revival camp meeting movement of the 1850s. Members of the campground – originally a tent community -- conducted popular Bible meetings where the cottages are now.

Find the Right Book at Mitchell’s

Whether you are in Nantucket in the chillier months, needing a good book with tea and a window seat, or in the summer, hankering for a beach book, you are welcome at Mitchell's Book Corner at 54 Main Street in Nantucket. New titles and classics. Also, the book stores hosts author talks and signings and even a taste of wine and cheese with conversation from time to time. Phone: 508-228-1080

See Boston From the Top of the Prudential Tower

You’ve enjoyed seeing Boston up close; now try the view from a distance. The public may visit the Prudential Tower (“the Pru”) at 800 Boylston Street and ascend 52 floors to visit the Top of the Hub and the Skywalk Observatory. Open daily, but hours vary by season (check website). The fee is $11 to $16, based on age, and it includes an audio tour and entry into the Dreams of Freedom Museum, which tell the story of immigration in Boston. But call ahead because the skywalk closes for special events and bad weather.

The Maker Lounge Is Open to Inventors

The "Maker Movement" is all about DIY -- do-it-yourself building and creating your own fun. Tuesdays-Sundays starting March 29, check out the Peabody Essex Museum's new activity space and Maker Room in Salem. Teens and adults in particular will enjoy interactive activities with creative modern technology and art. There will be 3D printing, games, digital art, and crafting workshops. You’ll have access to some of the best technological resources like expert demonstrations and classes, with ample tools and workspaces. Make your own music, use a computer to paint, discover 3D printing, or enjoy time building your own masterpiece. Senior and student discounts. Young adult engineering and building enthusiasts will thrive in this innovative environment! Phone: 978-745-9500

Seaside and in the City, Interesting Birds Flock in Massachusetts

Massachusetts’s skies host more than 300 different species of birds. A fine place to find bird watching resources is Mass Audubon, which can give you comprehensive information on programs, bird walks, and resources. Here are three special birding areas: Parker River National Wildlife Refuge on Plum Island near Newburyport. This beautiful and unspoiled barrier island is one of the top 10 birding sites in the country. The Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge in Chatham, out on the elbow of Cape Cod, is a rest spot for migrating sea birds and winter home for sea ducks. You can get to the island via the Monomoy Island Ferry. For urban visitors, Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge is a beautiful and peaceful garden cemetery with flowers and vistas. It also is an oasis for songbirds on their northward migration in April and May. The cemetery’s website even has a page about bird watching on the property.

Nosh and Learn

The Boston Public Market will be the site of a demonstration kitchen, opening August 16 2015. Visitors can stop in to see demos and learn about food and food prep over a wide variety of topics. For example: America’s Test Kitchen will offer weekly “You Can Cook” classes. The Boston Children’s Museum will lead workshops to promote healthy eating for families. Project Bread will lead free “Cooking on a Budget” classes. UMASS Amherst will lead talks and demonstrations about the environmental and health impacts of the food we eat. The Kitchen is located right along the Greenway in Boston, adjacent to Haymarket, a block away from Faneuil Hall. The Kitchen is an independent space with a signed entrance on Congress Street and a Market Hall entrance.

Stretch Out on Cape Cod

Wellfleet Preservation Hall at 335 Main Street in Wellfleet is a genuine town center, “celebrating arts, culture, and community,” according to its motto. Its dynamic presence in the town sometimes moves at a slower pace, though, at the many movement classes held throughout the week and the year. Among them: Zumba, slow flow yoga, Kripaulu yoga, and Capoeira (a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music). Whether you live nearby or you’re spending vacation time on Cape Cod, you’re welcome to drop in; classes are held almost every day of the week, at morning and afternoon hours. Loosen up for an even better stay at one of the dreamiest places in New England. 508-349-1800.

Hug a Tree

In the Jamaica Plain section of Boston lies an oasis of meadows, forest, ponds, and wildlife. No, it’s not an urban mirage, it’s the Arnold Arboretum, where you can find thousands of different varieties of plants, hiking and biking trails, and world-renowned horticultural collections surrounded by 15,000 gorgeous trees. Arnold is the oldest public arboretum in North America. The extensive Bonsai collection, a cultivated Herbarium, majestic snow-covered cedars and pines in the winter, and nearly 200 different varieties of blooming lilacs in May are just a few of the reasons to spend a day here every day of the year. The arboretum hosts free walks guided by expert docents on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Phone: 617-524-1718‎.

If you were fascinated by the lives of Gloucester fishermen depicted in “The Perfect Storm,” visit Cape Pond Ice at 104 Commercial Street on Gloucester’s working waterfront, which produces block ice used by the fishing fleet. Take a 35-45-minute narrated tours of the business, explore the historic Ice House, and see block ice being made. See fishing vessels taking on ice and watch the waterfront action. As a bonus, ice sculptors may be at work. Tours from June to August are daily, 9:30 and 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. Tours from September to May are daily except Sundays, 11 a.m. Phone: 978-283-0174

Get Tubing at Ward!

To say the TubaSlide at Ski Ward ski area in Shrewsbury is “fun” is an understatement! Tubing is a great activity for all levels. It is affordable, easy to do, and requires no special equipment (tubes are provided). So grab a tube, hold on and have a blast. Ski Ward offers five tuba slide lanes with two lifts. Tube users must be age six or older and at least 42 inches tall. Phone: 508-842-6346.

Sandy Trails; Quiet Marshes

Follow Chequesset Neck Road in Wellfleet to the start of the Great Island Trail Hike . Nature trails from the parking lot lead to this wonderful peninsula: seven miles of sandy trails along the inner marshes, water and windswept dunes. The trail is 3.6 miles and easy walking, with little change in elevation. If you venture as far as Jeremy Point (the tip), be sure that the tide is on its way out, not in.

Swing All Year at Golf Country

Golf Country wants you to keep swinging that club all year. Two locations in the north of Boston region, at 160 S. Main Street (Route 114 West) in Middleton and 860 Broadway (Route 1 North) in Saugus, welcome you to heated and night-lighted driving ranges year round. IN summer, of course, the options expand. The Middletown location has two 18-hole miniature golf courses, batting cages for softball and baseball, and the popular Richardson’s Famous Ice Cream right next door. The Saugus location has mini-golf and a snack bar. Middleton: 978-774-4476; Saugus: 781-231-0032.

LEGO! Let’s Go!

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston at 598 Assembly Row in Somerville is the ultimate play place for kids and adults entranced with the endless possibilities of LEGOs. At the Discovery Center, kids can take a workshop tour with Professor Brick-a-Brack to see LEGO bricks are made, or they can jump into the indoor play zone, the Fire Academy or the Construction Site. In March 2015, the center opened a new LEGO Ninjago Training Camp, offering a new laser maze and LEGO Ninjago action. This immersive camp allows visitors the chance to test and improve their Ninja skills in the quest to join Sensei Wu’s elite team. The camp is in a rotating exhibit space that will feature a different installation every year. Open daily. 866-228-6439

Mission: To Surprise and Delight

Nantucket Bookworks at 25 Broad Street in Nantucket, declares that its mission is “surprise and delight visitors.” This is a full-service, general interest bookstore selling new books, with a small selection of out-of-print Nantucket titles. There is an extensive children's room, card room, young adult section, and Nantucket Book section. Also, you never know what kind of eclectic sidelines might wind up in the store. The store sells and accepts ABA gift cards, good for use at more than 200 participating independent bookstores across the country. Open daily, year-round. Hours vary seasonally. Phone: 508-228-4000

Beaches Are Uncrowded & Lovely Off-Season

Here’s a useful tip: Providing you are dressed warmly, spring is an excellent time for visiting the beautiful beaches of New England. Crowds are gone; colors of sky and sea dazzle the eye; strolling is fun; and the birds and harbor seals are out and frisky. Salisbury Beach State Reservation on Beach Road in Salisbury is a 521-acre park that stretches 3.8 miles along the Atlantic. Harbor seals often sun themselves on the jetty. The town of Salisbury has many fun activities to offer for kids of all ages; with a large amusement park and video arcades. Phone: 978 462-4481.

Peaceful Refuge for a Variety of Critters

Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary at 37 Eddy Street in Norton is a nonprofit stay-for-life animal reserve established to care for abused and abandoned farm and exotic animals. Visitors can take a tour the farm, meet the animals who live there, and enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of the season. Winslow Farm also offers a nature trail, full playground, birthday parties, perennial garden, and many activities throughout the year, like the October Festival, Sheep Shearing, Easter Egg Hunt, Green Sprouts, Renaissance Faire, Yuletide Festival, and Arts and Craft Faire. Open daily except Tuesdays, year-round. Phone: 508-285-6451.

Broad Meadow Offers Woods, Streams, and Marshes

Within the 400 acres of woods, fields, streams, and marsh at Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary at 414 Massasoit Road in Worcester, visitors can hike, cross-country ski, watch birds, look for 78 species of butterflies, prowl for owls, or learn to snowshoe. The lobby of the center has exhibits, including a large 3-D model of the entire sanctuary and a wall-to-ceiling map of the Blackstone River watershed. Nature-related gifts, children’s books, assorted field guides, are available at the center, which also serves as a visitor site for the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor. Trails are open daily, dawn to dusk. Phone: 508-753-6087.

Sketch; Improve; No Comedic Holds Barred

You never know what’s going to happen at ImprovBoston comedy club at 40 Prospect Street in Cambridge. It is known for sketch and improve comedy, but also offers stand-up comedy. Fans have favorite: Battle Royale, Harold Night, Naked Comedy Showcase. Most of the comedians are engaging and hilarious. Tickets are only $10 to $18. Take in dinner at a nearby eatery, then the show, and finish the experience with a nightcap at The Field, the next-door the bar and comedian hangout. Phone: 617-576-1253

Coral Reefs Dance in Giant Ocean Tank

The refurbished Giant Ocean Tank at the New England Aquarium on Central Wharf in Boston keeps evolving beyond its grand opening in 2013. Visitors are fascinated by the thousands of different animals in the two-story tank. The star is the place is still Myrtle the green sea turtle and the colorful reef fishes. A new exhibit area at the top of the tank offers a very close view of coral reef animals, swaying garden eels, grinning moray eels and batfish! Keep coming back to the aquarium! Phone: 617-973-5200.

Ice Skating at Patriot Place

Pro football and its stars – the New England Patriots – chug along strongly all winter, but that’s not the only sport that winter serves. Patriot Place in Foxborough is open to the public for ice skating every day in winter. Winter Skate at Patriot Place is an easy-to-reach ice skating rink next to all of the other sports, dining, and shopping amenities. Skating is the perfect antidote to cabin fever and a fun and affordable activity for parents with children. The 60-by-140-foot rink is designed recreational skating, with an observation deck for viewers. Onsite skate rentals, concessions and bathrooms are available, and parking is free. Phone: 508-203-2100.

Antiques Are Plentiful at This Cambridge Market

For general browsing and entertainment, or for a hard-target search for a special antique-purchasing need, Cambridge Antique Market at 201 Msgr. O’Brien Hwy. in Cambridge is a gold mine. More than 150 dealers on five floors are selling furniture, lamps, art, paper goods, sports memorabilia, glass, ceramics, photos, books, silver, textiles, tools, kitchenware, toys, dolls, advertisements, religious items, and costume jewelry, hats, gloves, and accessories. The market is across the road from the MBTA Lechmere Green Line Station. It also has a sister business in Provincetown. Phone: 617-868-9655

Fresh Face at the Clark

After a decade of work and planning, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute at 225 South Street in Williamstown opens its refurbished and enlarged galleries and grounds on July 4, 2014. It is the biggest transformation of the Institute, with input from four noted architects, since it opened in 1955. The revised grounds include a three-tiered reflecting pool, new walking trails, and 1,000 new trees. Seventy-three works from the Clark’s collection of 19th-century French paintings will return after a world tour. Phone: 413-458-2303.

Unique Knitwear at Isobel & Cleo

Isobel & Cleo is a beautiful knitwear shop just a few steps from the dock in Nantucket, off of Straight Wharf. The shop’s knitted designs for sweaters, pants, scarves and other items are absolutely unique. Charlotte Hess, the company’s head knitwear designer, is a graduate of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and The Glasgow School of Art. The shop is open from June to mid-October and the two women work at the studio at 2 Union Street the rest of the year. This is artistic clothing and the shop is so-o-o easy to find.

See Boston Through Hollywood’s Eyes

You probably loved at least one of more of thesse pictures: “The Town,” “Good Will Hunting,” “The Heat,” “The Departed,” “Boston Legal,” and “Ally McBeal,” “Mystic River,” “Knight & Day,” “21,” “Fever Pitch,” and “Gone Baby Gone.” Now, On Location Tours, based at Hamilton Place in Boston , takes you on a walking tour of locations in the city where parts of these films were shot. Movie buffs will love the thrills they will get from visiting locations where A-List actors have worked. Nothing is more fitting then capping off this 1.25 mile tour by grabbing a pint at then bar where everybody knows your name, Cheers! Open seasonally. Phone: 617-379-6770.

Laugh Boston Comedy Center Cackles Year-Round

Laugh Boston is a vibrant center of comedic culture where teens and adults will delight in a full schedule of year-round events, including weekly special shows, comedy festivals and free showcases, big-name comedy acts and blooming local stand-up comedians! Located at 425 summer Street, Laugh Boston is one of the city’s big and cozy hubs for comedy performance. Click the above link to find more special events and festivals for this summer and fall. Laugh Boston is home to all kinds of comedians, from dorky improv players to tricky hypnotists. Phone: 617-725-2844

Harrison Gallery Is a Sweet Spot for American Art

Opened in May, 2001, The Harrison Gallery at 39 Spring Street in Willilamstown has positioned itself as a destination for travelers, a constant for residents, and a quality source of fine artists. The gallery specializes in contemporary American artists, with a focus on landscapes. The works are created by traditional New England painters, American Impressionists, photographers, watercolorists, and mixed media artists. The collection also includes etchings, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, and fine art ceramics. Open Wednesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Phone: 413-458-1700.

Berkshire East Tubing Will Tire the Kids

Five words solve the question of keeping kids busy and happy and tired at the end of a winter day: snow tubing at Berkshire East. Located at 66 Thunder Mountain Road in Charlemont, this family-oriented ski area in the Berkshire Mountains offers healthy outdoor fun with plenty of snow making and snow cover all winter. Vacation weeks usually include wonderful discounts, particularly for snow tubing, which is great fun for everyone, including people who are not nimble on skis or boards. During the season, tubing hill is open on weekends, holidays, and holiday weeks, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call ahead for snow conditions. 413-339-6617.

Marine Life Exhibit Is a Floor-to-Ceiling Show

The new Marine Life exhibition, opened late November 2015 at the Harvard Museum of Natural History at 26 Oxford Street in Cambridge invites visitors into a floor-to-ceiling re-creation of life in New England’s coastal waters. Step through and watch the models of jellies, a giant sea turtle, and other sea animals appear to swim your head. Explore displays of real fishes, mollusks, crustaceans, corals, and other marine organisms and learn about research happening now. An ocean exploration theater takes you on a trip into the surface and deep oceans of the world. Open year-round, daily. Phone: 617-495-3045.

Zeiterion Brings Great Theater to New Bedford

For lively, dynamic, creative entertainment of all stripes, stay tuned to the Zeiterion Theatre on Purchase Street in New Bedford. This historic performing arts center is located in a restored 1923 vaudeville house, and its programs include summer musicals, comedy, great American music, dance, special events, and family fun. The 2016 season includes performances by Trombone Shorty, the Peking Acrobats, a Night of Queen, St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Sojourn, Doo-wop 12, Kenny Barron, “Where the Wild Things Are,” "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," “Grease,” and much more. Check the theater’s website for schedules. Phone: 508-997-5664.

PaintNite Unleashes Your Inner Artist

Paint your own happy way at the creativity-and-cocktail-driven Paint Nites, at various locations throughout Massachusetts and South of Boston. No experience is necessary, and all your materials will be provided for you on site. People ages 21 and up can experience a night of food, drink, and art at this sip-‘n-paint event. Paint an original work of art, or follow the guidance of a professional artist, then take your painting home as a souvenir of a relaxed but fruitful evening out on the town. E-mail: info@paintnite.com

Astonishing Nature Lessons

There is always something interesting to see and learn at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Oxford Street in Cambridge. Classes and lectures for kids and adults on many fascinating subjects – from the source for our food to nature drawing -- are ongoing. For fun with kids, explore the Dinosaur Walkabout. Using the Dinosaur Walkabout guide, search for corresponding labels in the museum's galleries to find real scientific evidence of a dinosaur world more astonishing than anything you could imagine. Phone: 617-495-3045

Play in the Snow at Fruitlands

Fruitlands Museum, a bucolic property with a farmhouse, Shaker Museum, and a Native American Museum, welcomes all outdoors people of any age to enjoy it hills and trails on sleds, snowshoes, and cross-country skis during its unstructured Winterfest Weekends. The Art Museum, Wayside Visitor Center, Museum Store, and trails are open for your enjoyment and a fire will be roaring in the fire pit. Hot chocolate and tea are ready to help you thaw out. You must bring your own snow toys and equipment. Watch the calendar for special weekends with sports clinics and family programs. Fruitlands is at 102 Prospect Hill Road in Harvard. Open weekends, noon to 5 p.m., through March 26. Fee is $5 per person. 978-456-3924.

Salem Does Night Life, Too

Salem may seem to simmer down at dusk, but the nightlife is just getting started around 6 p.m. On just about any day of the week, you can stop by In a Pig’s Eye on Derby Street and discover a variety of genres of live music. Weekends, experience the Celtic spirit of Salem while enjoying a pint of beer and Celtic bands at O' Neill's Irish Pub and Restaurant. Once or twice a month, Peabody Essex Museum welcomes the public to an extended evening of art gallery viewing, activities, and live music. Other popular, buzzing nightlife spots include Gulu Gulu Café on Open Mic Night and Opus Underground. Phone: 978-744-3663

Day and Night Tubing Keep Nashoba Humming

Nashoba Valley ski area at 179 Great Road in Littleton has a 15-lane tubing park open day and night. Take the family and enjoy one of the fastest-growing winter recreational activities in New England! Fifteen lanes are serviced by four lifts and maintained by na erienced grooming fleet, the park provides ideal tubing conditions for thrill seekers of all ages. The tubing park also consists of an on-site lodge, with snack bar and TV. Entrance to the tubing park is separate from the entrance to the ski area. Tubing park entrance is at 179 Great Road, Littleton. Phone: 978-692-3033.

Amesbury Welcomes Tubers

The New England Sports Park at 12 South Hunt Road in Amesbury has the steepest snow tubing hill in New England, with 6 to 10 tubing lanes open, depending on conditions. The hills are serviced by a conveyor belt lift that guests stand on and ride to the top, and a handle tow lift. Night tubing under lights is offered all season. Children must be at least 4 years old to tube. “Ride the Frozen Rapids” allows up to 10 people to board a white water raft and zip down the hill. Snowmaking ensures coverage. Open Thursday through Sunday. Phone: 978-388-5788.

Canterbury Offers Skiing, Skating, Snowshoeing, Soup

Do your cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice skating in a beautiful country location. Canterbury Farm on Fred Snow Road in Becket has 14 miles of double tracked and corduroyed trails, skating lanes, a complete ski, snowshoe and skate rental shop, and lessons. If you want to explore, the property is surrounded by 2000 acres of private and state lands, October State Forest, and three mountain lakes. After skiing, hot chili, soup, and snacks are available. Phone: 413-623-0100.

Yiddish Books & Jewish Storytelling

The Yiddish Book Center at 1021 West Street in Amherst tells the story of the Jewish people by rescuing, translating, and disseminating Yiddish books. The public is welcome to visit, read, listen, and learn. Inside the center’s doors, you will enter a lebedike velt, a lively world of Jewish culture: a million Yiddish books, exhibits, galleries, a bookstore, and two performance halls. Put on headphones and listen to Yiddish radio, or settle in to watch classic Yiddish cinema. Picnic in our park-like grounds in summer, or curl up in our reading library in winter. Open year-round, Sunday to Friday. Guided tours. Phone: 413-256-4900

Through mid-March 2016, the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston is a palette of artwork in lights, bringing outdoor warmth and cheer to the city. Elm trees are decorated with white lights, and Bliss Lights are hanging from the pergola in the North End Parks. The Light Blades in the Wharf District parks are enhanced by globe lights, tree wraps and festive color schemes from the Greenway Carousel to Boston Harbor Hotel. Lighting from last year’s Janet Echelman sculpture is revised and redirected in the the Fort Point Channel parks, and wrapped trees and blue lights brighten the waterfall area of Chinatown Park. Fun for an evening winter walk! Map.

Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Is a Nice Outdoor Visit With Kids

Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, a property of the Massachusetts Audubon Society at 208 South Great Road in Lincoln, is a real working farm and a wildlife sanctuary all in one place. The farm hosts ongoing professional education, but the public can visit for walks, daily hay rides, wildlife exhibits, and periodic Family Farm Days (see farm website for schedule). There is a picnicking area. Nice way to get outdoors and close to nature with the welcoming help of Audubon. Phone: 781-259-2200

On the Road to Better Beers

Along the Massachusetts Craft Brewers Trail sit the Bay State’s best breweries and pubs, awaiting your appraisal. Download and print the Craft Brewers Trail Map for a self-guided driving tour of any region of the state, concentrating on craft breweries.
The best part of this event is that it never ends – there is always another brew to be sampled!

Cross-Country Skiing at the Threshold of the City

Located at the Martin Golf Course on Route 27 in Weston, the Weston Ski Track is a cross-country ski and snowshoeing center that is a really easy drive from the Boston area. Snowmaking and nighttime lighting on this two-kilometer lighted loop provide consistent snow conditions and reliable night skiing. Beginner lessons, rentals, and a warm cafe make this an ideal short hop from Boston for a day or afternoon of skiing. Phone: 781-891-6575.

Beautiful Marsh Welcomes Walkers

Cutler Park on Kendrick Street in Needham, at the Newton border, is the largest fresh water marsh on the Charles River. The marshland and small lake attract more than 100 species of birds. A trail goes around Kendrick Pond (also called Cutler Pond). A new trail extends from the pond trail and goes to Powell's Island canoe landing, doubles back and goes under the MBTA commuter rail and out to the Great Plain. A right turn leads to a boardwalk through a cattail marsh and ends up on Needham Street in Dedham. A left turn leads down the wide path alongside the elevated railroad line all the way to the Charles River. In summer, hiking, canoeing, and fishing are welcome. Phone: 617-698-1802

Walk Into the Minds of Arctic Explorers

The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum at Hubbard Hall at Bowdoin College, 9500 College Station in Brunswick is built around historic objects donated by Donald B. MacMillan during his long career as an Arctic explorer. The museum offers insights and artifacts from the expedition of daring men into the forbidding terrain of the Arctic. Exhibits include Robert E. Peary and His Northern World, Through the Lens: Arctic Biodiversity, and art works of native Inuit people. Guests who come for tours can try on Inuit snow goggles, try a bow-drill, feel various furs, and hold a walrus tusk! Tours can be customized to focus on Arctic exploration, the environment, or Native peoples. Open daily except Mondays. Phone: 207-725-3416.

Grapes and Wine from Ideal Soils

Cape Cod Winery on 681 Sandwich Road in East Falmouth is located on soil and slopes that are perfect for wine grape growing. The vineyard plants and harvests the grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Pinot Grigio, together with Seyval and Vidal. Among the wines produced here are Nobska Red, White, and Blush; Regatta; and Cranberry Chardonnay. Visitors are welcome for wine tastings and tours. Phone: 508-457-5592.

Berkshires Is a National Hot Spot for Antiquing

The southern Berkshires -- the area around Williamstown, Great Barrington, Sheffield, and Lenox -- is a national hot spot for fine antique shopping. From the earliest days, people could find Americana in this area, and the stature of local dealers kept rising after the founding of the Berkshire County Antiques & Art Dealer Association. Experts offer antiques from England, Canada, France, Italy, Scandinavia, and China. They include porcelain and china, jewelry and collectibles, sculpture & paintings.

American History on Display From Many Angles

The National Heritage Museum at Marrett Road in Lexington is an American history museum founded and supported by 32 degree Scottish Rite Freemasons. A visit to the National Heritage Museum is truly an experience in the American spirit. The exhibitions tell thrilling stories of patriotism, adventure, invention, community and dissent -- all aspects of how we as a people have worked, and played, struggled and achieved. For instance, some current exhibits describe illustrated American sheet music, teenage hoboes in the Great Depression, American decorative arts, the enchanted clocks of Gelrge McFadden, art and folk heritage in Massachusetts. Phone: 781-861-6559.

Boston from the Sidewalk

Boston calls itself the birthplace of the American Revolution, and you are likely to agree after taking an information-packed stroll with Boston CityWalks, which offers several walking tours that show off the old and contemporary beauties of this world-class city. The various walks may touch on the Freedom Trail, Beacon Hill, the Public Garden, Back Bay, and Copley Square. Walkers may choose to have lunch at an outdoor café on Newbury Street, shop in Copley Place and Prudential center, or visit one of Boston’s fine museums. Walks are held daily, year-round. See website for schedule and tickets. Call to confirm. Phone: 866-939-2557.

Wilbur Theater Is a Historic House of Hits

The Wilbur Theatre at 246 Tremont Street in Boston -- the heart of the city’s theater district -- originally opened in 1915 and was resurrected in 2008 by Bill Blumenreich, former owner of Comedy Connection. Almost every week’s schedule include A-list talent in the world of comedy as well a live music from national acts. Shows in 2016, for instance, include Comedians Kathy Griffin and Tracey Morgan and Lisa Lampanelli; along with Artie Lange, Frank Caliendo, Leon Russell with Dave Mason, tommy Emmanuel, and Thunder From Down Under, and many more. Phone: 617-248-9700

Picture and Mirror Frames Are Works of Art

Turn the wall display of family photos in your home into a museum-caliber exhibit with help from Museum Facsimiles at 31 South Street in downtown Pittsfield. the company makes ornate picture frames, photo frames, and decorative mirrors of wood with gold leaf, silver leaf finishes. All are custom-made, by hand. The company also sells vintage French advertising poster in brilliant colors on heavy paper in vintage molding, Grogeous! Also the company’s letterpress greeting cards have awards for design. Browsing is great fun here. Phone: 413-499-1818

History of Boston on Display Along This Walk to the Sea

Boston is now home to a great, free activity that is ideal for families and people who love history, urban architecture, and the outdoors. The new Walk to the Sea is a self-guided trail that encompasses four centuries of Boston history. Beginning at the State House on Beacon Hill, overlooking Boston's ancient Common, the Walk passes among historic landmarks and skyscrapers. The walk from summit to sea, spanning one mile and descending a hundred feet, brings Boston history to life. Large panels are situated along the walking trail to guide and educate walkers.

Riverwalk Is an Urban Treat

Downtown Great Barrington is known for its many boutiques, art galleries, coffee shops, and gourmet restaurants. A shopping or dining stroll in the downtown should include a visit to the adjacent Housatonic Riverwalk. The paved path that ambles alongside this busy Berkshires waterway is an all-volunteer restoration project of the Great Barrington Land Conservancy. After your riverside stroll, take in some evening entertainment in Great Barrington at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, the Triplex movie theater, or the town bandstand, site of free concerts. Phone: 413-528-3391.