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Bass River Arts and Craft Festival

The Bass River Arts and Craft Festival will be held on September 3 & 4 at John Simpkins Field, 1153 Route 28 in Yarmouth, MA.Over 75 Juried craftspeople will display and sell their American made works including fine jewelry, pottery, scarves, quilts, photography, vintage chic, metal, crystals, sea salt scrubs,

Glocester, RI: Lydia Walshin

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Glocester, RI: Lydia Walshin

In early December 2003, Deborah DeBare, executive director of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence (RICADV) in Warwick, received a call from a woman who wanted to make a donation. For DeBare, whose agency oversees shelters around the state, it wasn’t an unusual inquiry. What was different this time,

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Kill Tide Arts and Craft Festival

The Kill Tide Arts and Craft Festival will be held at Drummer Boy Park on Route 6A, in Brewster, MA on August 27 & 28, 2016.Over 100 Juried craftspeople and artisans will display and sell their American made works including mosaics, fine jewelry, original watercolors, pottery, fiber arts, scarves, quilting,

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Worth the Drive

The Drawing Room, Cos Cob, Connecticut.
Kenleigh and Mike Larock opened their stylish home furnishings and accessories store in downtown Cos Cob a few years ago. The young couple recently expanded their business with a small café that features fine teas and coffees, scones and cookies, lunch sandwiches, and a full

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Tuesday Teatime at Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills

Looking to indulge in afternoon tea? Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills is hosting its monthly ‘Tuesday Teatime’ on Tuesday, August 9th. A selection of various teas will be available, along with a menu of tea-time delicacies including mini cakes, lemon bars, chocolate madeleines, butter cookies, and brownies. For

5th Annual Mashpee Summer Arts and Craft Festival

The Mashpee Summer Arts and Craft Festival will be held at Public Library Commons on Steeple Street in Mashpee, MA on August 6 & 7, 2016.Over 100 Juried craftspeople and artisans display and sell their American made works including fine jewelry, original watercolors, one a kind handbags, blown glass, lace,

5th Annual Brewster Summer Arts and Craft Festival

The Brewster Summer Arts and Craft Festival will be held at Drummer Boy Park on Route 6A, in Brewster, MA on July 30 & 31, 2016.Over 100 Juried craftspeople and artisans will display and sell their American made works including Fine jewelry, original watercolors, fleece, embroidery, steam punk accessories, fiber

5th Annual Hyannis Summer Arts and Craft Festival

The Hyannis Summer Arts and Craft Festival will be held on the Village Green, Main Street, Hyannis on Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24, 2016.Over 100 of New England’s finest craftspeople and artisans will display and sell their American made arts and crafts including original watercolors, basketry, fine jewelry,

Windmill Green Arts and Craft Festival

The Windmill Green Arts and Craft Festival will be held on July 2 & 3, 2016 at the historical Windmill Park, 2510 U.S. Route 6 in Eastham, MA.Over 75 Juried craftspeople will display and sell their American made works including fine jewelry, pottery, scarves, quilts, photography, vintage chic, metal, sea

Hyannis Arts and Craft Festival at the Car Show

The Hyannis Arts and Craft Festival at the Car Show will be held on the Village Green, Main Street, Hyannis on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19, 2016.Over 100 of New England’s finest craftspeople and artisans will display and sell their American made arts and crafts including original watercolors,

Bakkerij Krijnen Bakery

Hans Krijnen began his baking career more than 30 years ago in Holland, learning to make the pastries and breads that are today the hallmark of the Bennington bakery he owns with his wife, Jennifer. Along the way he also learned to make delicious cakes, cookies, and croissants, too. BEST

Brass Lantern Inn

A relaxing retreat for all seasons in our ca. 1810 Inn w/nine beautifully appointed guest rooms. Most with fireplaces, whirlpool tubs and amazing views of Mt. Mansfield and within walking distance from town. Exceptional breakfast, afternoon tea w/homemade cookies, and outdoor spa. Guests have described us as Charming, Attentive Service,

Captain Grant’s, 1754

Old plank floors, hand-hewn beams, and other historic touches extend to seven comfy guest rooms. Nods to the 21st century include TV and WiFi, while accounts of a resident ghost add history and mystery. Rates: from $89 through June 14, from $99 June 15–Sept. 15, including full breakfast, sherry, cookies,

Cherryfield General Store

Penny candy, homemade breads and goodies and cookies, locally made jewelry, quilts, sweaters, and even antiques fill every nook and cranny. This brightly painted, crooked building has stood by the downtown crossroads since 1865. BEST GENERAL STORE.

Drop In & Decorate

These days, Walshin is connecting in ways she never imagined. She’s established a nonprofit, aptly called “Drop In & Decorate,” around the whole endeavor. She hosts cookie-decorating get-togethers during the holidays as well as in early May, just before Mother’s Day. More impressively, she’s inspired others to follow her lead.

Lamb & Lion Inn

Innkeepers Alice Pitcher and Tom Dott have four small dogs of their own, and welcome guests who travel with canine companions if they’re not too large (25-pound maximum in the summer months). They advise on dog-friendly beaches and dining, offer canine cookies from a local specialty bakery, and even have

Lodge at Jackson Village

Lodge at Jackson Village

This is the premier Jackson lodging establishment for both couples and families. The lodge is a three-diamond-distinction hotel with the heart of a B&B! Allow aromas of homemade cookies, a complimentary European breakfast, or hot mulled cider to greet you. Indulge in our hot-tub, Jacuzzis, pool, tennis court, or gardens;

North Bakery

A pastry chef without a sweet tooth? Kelly Dull admits that it’s the pastry world’s artistry that inspired her studies at Johnson & Wales. Here, savory muffins, scones, and hand pies coexist with sugary treats. Salt-dusted chocolate-chip cookies outsell them all. Pastries: from $1 each. Best Inventive Baked Goods

Pickity Place

Best Fairytale LunchThis little red cottage, which served as inspiration for illustrator Elizabeth Orton Jones’s 1948 version of “Little Red Riding Hood,” offers five-course gourmet luncheons featuring herbs and edible flowers harvested on site. Little ones are treated to a basket filled with homemade cookies and an apple.

Rooster Brother

Pick up your fixings for a gourmet picnic—baguettes, cheeses, p tes, cookies, chocolates, and wine—along with cookware, condiments, kitchen gadgets, cookbooks, tableware, and fine teas at this culinary emporium on the southern edge of downtown. BEST STOP FOR COOKS.

The Black Sheep

Why are the best deli sandwiches always in college towns? The Black Sheep is Amherst’s go-to shop for cookies and sweets, but the real prize goes to the massively filled sandwiches of mildly inventive combos, such as the TNT of roast turkey, portobellos, roasted peppers, and olive tapenade. BEST OVERSTUFFED

The Oxford

A consummate combination of relaxing warmth, professional attentiveness, design-magazine-worthy decor, and upscale amenities. The quiet West End address is near restaurants and shops. Rates: from $99 through June 17, from $189 June 18–Sept. 30, including extended continental breakfast, espresso and cappucino all day, freshly baked afternoon cookies, sherry and port,

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