“Take-out,” “Curbside Pick-Up,” “Porch Drop” – a lingo of perseverance and innovation. As we’ve adjusted into new rhythms of daily life, our local businesses have also quickly evolved to offer new ways of supporting us as we navigate this uncharted
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Elyse’s Country Journal brings you a glimpse of the Tri-State Region’s unique charm! Browse our collection of blog posts, photos, and eclectic articles to feel the vibe of the Berkshires, Litchfield Hills, and Columbia & Dutchess Counties’ Hudson Valley. Please email us if you have something you would like us to post or blog about.
We are thrilled to announce The Salisbury Beast’s first Fat Tire Climb & Jamboree. This event, the second in The Salisbury Beast series, creates cohesion across the adventure sporting community. Benefitting Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA), the Fat Tire Climb & Jamboree
What better way to beat the mid-winter doldrums than with a fun-for-all-ages, activities-packed weekend festival? That is just what you’ll find with Norfolk, CT’s WINter Weekend taking place Saturday & Sunday, February 22nd & 23rd. Businesses, organizations and institutions throughout
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With Jumpfest Weekend on the horizon, the deeply-rooted spirit of our winter-loving community is felt throughout the village. The Salisbury Winter Sports Association (SWSA) was founded in the early 1920’s by brothers John, Olaf and Magnus Satre, who were well-known
Bear Mountain in Salisbury is Connecticut’s tallest summit at 2,316-ft. While Bear Mountain itself is a well-known hiking area, the Northwest Camp on Bear Mountain is a hidden treasure. Available for year-round reservation, this cabin lies along the Appalachian Trail
Music is what feelings sound like. The Berkshires harmonize and live music resonates from venues across the region. Infinity Music Hall & Bistro occupies Norfolk, CT’s 1883 opera house. The restored music hall has hosts well-known artists who enliven the 300-seat
Hop farming is hip. The Litchfield Hills is becoming a mecca of hop farmers and microbreweries. The craft beer movement complements our area’s agricultural roots, farm-to-table values, and creative energy. Great Falls Brewing Company occupies the North Canaan’s historic Union Station
“A pair of skis are the ultimate transportation to freedom.” – Warren Miller The Berkshires offer pristine skiing throughout the area and a community of winter-warriors, like Schoenknecht, whose adventurous spirits glisten throughout the area. Our local love of skiing
“Indian Summer” Algonquin Native American term used to explain lingering warm weather in the autumn season This season we continue to enjoy temperatures well above average in the Hudson Valley. Algonquin Native Americans believed that these warm days were sent
Upcoming events Saturday, October 12 and 19, 7 pm NOTE: Both tours are sold out! They will take names for a waiting list if there are cancellations. The tours begin with a walk through the 1747 Plymouth Burying Ground. Discover