Here's an interesting website promoting local antique shops and antique buying and selling. The owners have created an impressive marketing program designed to foster collaboration between antique dealers, making online advertising very affordable. Antique Common is custom tailored for the world of antiques in New England and Beyond.
The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles
P.O. Box 950
46 Hall Road
Sturbridge, MA 01566
The Journal is published monthly
For the best "on going" antiques and collectible information subscribe to The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles.
Antique Trader, a newspaper published 40 times per year in Iola, Wis., has served the antiques and collectibles community since 1957. Click above for a direct link to Antiquetrader.com
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The Greater Boston Antiques Festival, Antiques at Elm Bank, and SoWa Antiques Market are produced by Marvin Getman of New England Antiques Shows, a division of Impact Events Group, Inc. of Lexington, MA. Our mission is to bring quality antique shows with an eclectic mix of antiques to the public in easily accessible facilities. Our shows are advertised heavily in print, broadcast media and on the web. Click on the NEAS Logo above for website access.
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Click here for a printable copy of the Quaboag Hills
Serving 15 Communities in the Heart of Massachusetts
Serving 11 Communities in the Sturbridge Area
The Palmer Rail Coalition consists of local and regional officials, and citizens representing towns around the Quaboag Hills Region and beyond. Our mission is to restore rail passenger and commuter service at Palmer to serve a broad region in the heart of New England.
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TRAVEL AND TOURISM
Traditions are often associated with the Winter holidays, but in Historical New England, traditions are relived every day, regardless of the season. Why not plan a weekend and relive some traditions that thousands of families, young and old, have created for generations. Experience Historical New England Traditions with the companies on this site, and make a tradition for your family. Visit the web site below for a full description on each establishment including hours and events.
Browse the Brookfields
Just a 10 minute drive for our town!
Looking for something to do in Central Massachusetts.
Central Massachusetts Convention and Visitors Bureau covers all the 59 towns that are the center of Massachusetts!
Massachusetts "Main Streets and Back Roads Magazine
A quarterly publication www.massquarterly.com
Vermont "Main Streets and Back Roads Magazine
A quarterly publication www.vermontquarterly.com
The Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley or northeastern Connecticut and south-central Massachusetts has been called "The Last Green Valley" in the sprawling metropolitan Boston-to-Washington corridor. At night the region appears distinctively dark amid the urban and suburban glow when viewed from satellites or aircraft. In the daytime, the green fields and forests confirm the surprisingly rural character of the 1,085 square-mile area defined by the Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers systems and the rugged hills that surround them.
The Last Green Valley is half the size of Grand Canyon National Park and more than ten times that of Acadia, the largest national park in the northeast. Forest and farmland make up more than 70% of its 695,000-acres, yet it lies only an hour from 3 of New England's 4 largest urban areas. Its 300,000 inhabitants reside only 2 1/2 hours from 25 million people. This relatively undeveloped rural island in the midst of the most urbanized region in the nation makes it a resource of local, regional, and national importance.
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August 1, 2009 to August 2, 2009