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Events & Things to Do in North Shore, MA, Massachusetts Filter

31st Annual U.S. National Toboggan Championships

Camden, ME February 11 - February 13

Friday – Team sign-in, toboggan inspections, chute open to public to try it out, practice Saturday – 2-person and 3-person divisions qualifying (two runs); 4-person and experimental divisions qualifying (first of two runs); costume parade, vendors, food and beverage, celebration and cheering on your favorite teams! Sunday – 4-person qualifying… SEE MORE

New England Boat Show

Boston, MA February 12 - February 20

Ticket Info Adult: $16.00 each. 12 and younger: FREE with a paid adult admission. Save $2 on full-price admission when you purchase tickets in advance online Offer good through 2/7/2020 11:59 PM  GROUP DISCOUNT AVAILABLE! Group Rate 10 or more $12.00 each ($4 Discount) SEE MORE

Latest News for North Shore, MA, Massachusetts Filter

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The Midpoint Of Winter: When And What Is It?

1/26/2022 by Editor

Many people think the midpoint of winter is always Groundhog Day, but it varies. If you check the latest edition of the Farmers’ Almanac, you’ll see that it’s Thursday, February 3, 2022—the exact halfway point between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. Winter is the shortest of the four seasons, lasting 88.99 days. It… SEE MORE

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New Right Whale Slow Zone Southeast of Nantucket, MA - Effective Through February 8

1/25/2022 by Editor

On January 24, 2022, the Center for Coastal Studies aerial survey team sighted right whales Southeast of Nantucket, MA. The right whale SLOW Zone (DMA/visual trigger) is in effect immediately and expires on February 8, 2022. As a reminder, NOAA Fisheries also announced an acoustic SLOW Zone Southeast of Atlantic… SEE MORE

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High School Students Bring Seafood to Low-Income Consumers

1/25/2022 by Editor

What is Fishadelphia? Based in Philadelphia, Fishadelphia is a pilot community seafood program that was awarded a Saltonstall-Kennedy (S-K) Grant in 2020. It was designed to connect low-income consumers in Northern Philadelphia with neighboring New Jersey harvesters. This project promotes improved business practices, increased market demand for U.S. commercial fish species, and keeping… SEE MORE

Weather 101: When to Expect the Coldest Day of the Year

1/24/2022 by Editor

To give you a better idea of the coldest time of year, on average, for your area, NCEI has created “Coldest Day of the Year” maps for the contiguous United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. The maps are derived from the 1991–2020 U.S. Climate Normals—NCEI’s 30-year averages of climatological variables including the… SEE MORE