There is NO denying it….the snow is here…and it is here for quite a while or so it would seem.
So, don’t forget that the New England Sports Park is now open for excellent tubing. Also, while the lure of hitting the bigger mountains up north is totally tempting and definitely worth it, we have some pretty sweet slopes that make for easy day trips or even simple half day trips near by.
In addition to it still being all about the snow…it is also all about the chocolate this weekend!
Pick #1: Chocolate or Bust! In both Gloucester and Salem.
Donna already mentioned that the Gloucester Chocolate Tour is taking place on Sunday from 12pm-5pm! Read her post here!
Another pretty sweet event is Salem’s So Sweet
Salem’s So Sweet Chocolate and Ice 2015 Festival – Feb. 6 through Feb. 15, 2015!
I mentioned Patriot Place two weeks ago as a great place to go to get in the Super Bowl mood. Well, now that the Patriots have won the big dance, there’s even more reason to go! For the next several days you can have the opportunity to have your photo taken with the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
The New England Patriots are Super Bowl champions for the fourth time in 14 years and for this weekend only, The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is offering fans an opportunity to take their photo beside the Vince Lombardi trophy with admission to The Hall. Guests who bring their own cameras will be able to pose beside the trophy for a photo in The Grand Hall. The trophy will be available at The Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 6; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7; and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday Feb. 8. In anticipation of lines, The Hall will provide hot chocolate to guests awaiting entry.
This may be cheating because it isn’t actually a weekend pick. Sadly, just like the Patriots Duck Boat Parade, Truck Day at Fenway happens on a school day. If you’re able to sneak out, however, it is a nice way to cheer on the Sox as Spring Training gets underway.
This year Truck Day falls on February 12th! The Truck even has its own Twitter account. You can follow it here.
So if you want to send the Sox off at Fenway Park, mark your calendars for Thursday, February 12. That’s the day the equipment truck will make its 1,500 mile trek down to Florida — better known as “Truck Day.”