Let it Go…

By: Tanvi Maharaja As I write this, the first snowfall of the season that we received last night, is melting away into a slush under the morning rain. Whatever little remained of the brilliant fall leaves was blown away earlier this week by strong gusts of wind, and washed down in rain. The ground lays … More Let it Go…

The Beauty of Change

By: Sandy Churchill When people describe “a perfect storm”—it usually conjures up images of cold fronts and tidal waves or tornado-like winds spawning catastrophic ends. But a perfect storm can also comprise a sea of happy happenings that simply whip emotions into a frenzy and tap into a bittersweet understanding that time is simply speeding past … More The Beauty of Change

3 Low-to-No Cost Local Spots for Historical Fun

By: Martinanne Stanger  Fall fun traditionally brings apple picking, hay rides, walks about cranberry bogs and forays to pumpkin patches. It can also offer ideal weather for getting out and about to explore history! As you put together your fall calendar, I encourage you to check out some of the fabulous free and low-cost options … More 3 Low-to-No Cost Local Spots for Historical Fun

5 Fabulous Reasons to Get Outside for “Fall” Fun

By: Martianne Stanger Although summer is not technically over for about another month, most people are considering it done as back-to-school sales scream, “Fall!” Regardless of whether you consider early September “fall” or the final days of summer, there is plenty of fun to be had outdoors in the next few weeks.  I encourage everyone … More 5 Fabulous Reasons to Get Outside for “Fall” Fun