Happenings weekend of July 22nd in New England

Still trying to figure out your weekend plans?

There is a lot happening on this gorgeous summer weekend here in New England! Here is a rundown of some of the more popular happenings.

Connecticut

Wine, wine, and more wine. 

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Join the Connecticut Wine Trail in Goshen Saturday & Sunday at the fairgrounds for a taste of Connecticut’s top 15 wineries. Sample different wines and even get to participate in a Grape Stomp Contest! For more information, click here.

Rhode Island

Did someone say inflatables? 

The Insane Inflatable 5K takes place this weekend at the Seekonk Speedway just outside of Providence. Running through giant inflatables? Be prepared to feel like a kid all over again. For more information, click here.

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Massachusetts

Giant sandcastles!

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Revere Beach hosts the International Sand-Sculpting Festival all weekend long. Sculptors from all around the world come to compete for one of the largest prizes in the world as they attempt to build some of the best sand castles in the world. For more information, click here.

New Hampshire

Get your brew on.

The 4th Annual New Hampshire Brewers Festival takes place on Saturday July 22nd from 12PM-4PM at Waterfront Park in Concord. Over 40 breweries from across New Hampshire come together to help promote the local flavors. For more information, click here.

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Maine

Clams!

Maine’s greatest festival is back. The 52nd Annual Yarmouth Clam Festival in Yarmouth brings in around 3,000 volunteers to help promote the regions best seafood options. 6,000 pounds of clams, 6,000 lobster rolls, and 2,500 pancake breakfasts. That’s a lot of food! Enjoy live music, craft shows, and road races while you’re enjoying some of the best food that Maine has to offer. For more information, click here.

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Vermont

Bike off the weekly stress.

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The 10th Annual Vermont Mountain Bike Festival takes place at Sugarbush Resort in Warren. Enjoy free onsite camping, bonfires, live music, and of course a lot of downhill action while joining forces with hundreds of other mountain bikers. For more information, click here.

Have a great weekend!

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