As spring approaches, there is plenty to do and see and taste across New England. Ahead, discover six places worth visiting throughout the month of March. Old Saybrook is calling your taste buds on March 2, when it hosts its 23rd Annual Old Saybrook Chili Fest on Main Street. You can taste the chili of more than 20 local chefs and then vote for your favorite. (Purchase a ballot for $10 at stations along Main Street during the event, or at the Old Saybrook Chamber of Commerce at 1 Main St.) Money raised will benefit the C.W. Hunter Scholarship Fund for high school graduates, and the chefs of the top three winning chilis will receive a donation to the charity of their choice. Mount Snow is hosting a Mardi Gras hurrah on March 2, and will be giving away more than 12,000 beads at locations all over the mountain — in the lift lines, at the lodge, and during live music performances at its après ski venues. Speaking of which, you can groove to the Cajun rhythms of Massachusetts band Krewe Les Gras on the outside deck of Cuzzins Bar & Grill in the afternoon, followed by the sounds of Ohio… Read full this story
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