NY – Wild Winterland At The Bronx Zoo

November 20, 2010

A year-round family-favorite destination, the City’s zoos will join in the festivities with holiday lights and decorations.

The new Wild Winterland event at the Bronx Zoo, which replaces its traditional nighttime holiday event to a more sustainable daytime feature, will take place from Saturday, December 6-Sunday, January 4.

The celebration will include holiday activities between 11.30am and 3.30pm such as storytelling at the Children’s Zoo, reindeer on Astor Court, ice carving demonstrations, costumed characters, choral performances and sea lion feedings.

Visit http://www.bronxzoo.com to learn more about this and other events.

NY – Coney Island Polar Bear Club

November 19, 2010

The annual Coney Island Polar Bear Club (polarbearclub.org) New Year’s Day Swim has been a New York City tradition since 1903. The event attracts swarms of spectators to watch the hundreds of swimmers take an icy dip in the Atlantic to raise money for charity. Similarly on Staten Island in Early December the Polar Plunge will see thousands plunge into the winter waters to raise money for the Special Olympics (specialolympicsny.org) from Great Kills Beach at National Gateway Park.

Indulge Your Taste For Sweats At Local Indy Restaurants

June 12, 2010

Among the great Indy restaurants serving up delicious chocolate are Petite Chou that will offer a half dozen different kinds of gourmet chocolate drinks along with incredible chocolate pastries and desserts. Instead of afternoon tea, here, you can indulge in a “Haute Chocolate” or high chocolate as opposed to a high tea. Read More…

Paradise Awaits At The Orlando World Center Marriott Resort and Convention Center

June 7, 2010

Located close to all of Orlando’s amazing attractions and entertainment is the Four-Diamond Orlando World Center Marriott Resort and Convention Center; a oasis of relaxation and comfort. Read More…

Relax At The Grand Hotel Central’s Sky Bar

May 26, 2010

The Grand Hotel Central Barcelona is ready for summer and invites guest to relax on the Sky Bar. This year it has been expanded with new lounging area and a renewed illumination. Its spectacular panoramic views, its stylish and cosmopolitan atmosphere and good chill out music make this pool bar one of the most amazing places in the world.

Springing the Blues in Jacksonville, Florida

April 4, 2010

Florida’s Largest Free Outdoor Music Festival: People from all over the Southeast swarmed the Seawalk Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach this weekend for the 16th annual George’s Music Springing the Blues Festival. The three day yearly event just keeps getting bigger and better with such internationally acclaimed blues artists as the Kelly Bell Band from Baltimore, Joe Bonamassa, Yo Mamma’s Big Fat Booty Band, and Jacksonville’s own boy wonder, Eric Steckel.

Wildlife Weekends In Ohio’s Mohican Country

March 23, 2010

In Mid April the Mohican Wildlife Weekend celebrates all things wild in Ohio. This annual events showcases the areas wildlife habitats, outdoor heritage and natural history. Join the fun for all ages and pick from six program sites in Ashland and Richland Counties in Ohio. Each site offers workshops and demonstrations that will be of great interest to both the novice and the experienced naturalist.

Murder and Mystery in the Mansion

March 19, 2010

Featured in April, The President Benjamin Harrison Home presents: “Murder and Mystery in the Mansion” In Victorian Theatre. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson will examine clues in “The Speckled Band,” one of a trilogy of one-act mystery classics to be performed as “Murder and Mystery in the Mansion” at the President Benjamin Harrison Home, Indianapolis, April 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, and May 1 and 2.

Colonial Williamsburg’s Spring Stories Package

March 10, 2010

Spring Stories Package showcases the breadth of Colonial Williamsburg’s interactive offerings, from golf and fine dining, to the Historic Area’s gardens.

Happy Hour at the Symphony

March 9, 2010

The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra will perform its third fun and entertaining one-hour Stella Artois Happy Hour at the Symphony concert of the season when composer, arranger and conductor Steve Hackman takes the podium to conduct symphonic renditions of contemporary hits by John Mayer and Coldplay, plus excerpts from popular classical favorites by Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Claude Debussy and Edvard Grieg Thursday, March 18, at 6:30 p.m. at the Hilbert Circle Theatre.

Join World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade

March 9, 2010

Head to Hot Springs’ historic district for the World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day. Where can you find the World’s Oldest Leprechaun – only at the World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day in Hot Springs in Mid-March on St. Patrick’s Day!


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