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Stepping into the cheerful Seven Seas store in Dayville is a treat for the senses as the colorful, shop brims with the smell of fresh spices, teas, olive oils and essential oils. The atmosphere is heightened by the lively personality of owner Tracey Mycroft, and her mother, Penny Singer, who are very well-versed in the products being offered...

 

If you’ve never visited an arboretum, a surprise awaits, a little gem on a hillside in Woodstock. It fits the definition of an arboretum perfectly: a park-like area with many different trees or shrubs that are grown for study or display.The Palmer Arboretum was planted more than 100 years ago!

Tunk City Revival, the artisan marketplace on Danielson’s Main Street, showcases the work of a selection of Windham County’s talented crafters. A crafts classroom where kids and adults can find inspiration and get intouch with their creative side is, well, the inspiration of Rena Masson, its proprietor....

Stone by stone, the boundary wall between Thompson’s Route 193 and the Marianapolis Prep athletic fields has been rebuilt enhancing the campus boundary...learn more about the builders Custom Mason Construction Firm...

John Bennett, owner of Hi Vale Farms (located in Putnam)...devotes his time and talent to doing what he loves best: training and driving horses and teaching other horse lovers how to hone their skills and enjoy the experience.

 

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