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    Road trip! Round up your family and friends and head to Portland for a day of food, music, craft beer, and more at the Allagash Street Fair (June 24, 1-6 p.m.). Now in its third year, the family-friendly festival has developed into a community gathering where visitors savor food from local purveyors, listen to live music from two stages, participate in a pinewood derby, and — of course — sample beer from 11 breweries, including the Allagash Brewing Company, Battery Steele Brewing, The Lost Abbey, and Austin Street Brewery. Other attractions include an arcade with games, local artisans selling arts and crafts, a photo booth, and more. As a way of giving back to the community, one dollar from every beer purchased directly benefits the Allagash Wilderness Waterway Foundation. Admission restricted to 2,000 guests so advance booking is recommended. Tickets: For those older than 21, $20; Ages 12-20, $10; under age 12, free.


    Why should kids have all the fun at camp? The folks at Boston Ski & Sports Club (BSSC) think grown-ups should have fun too, and are offering a series of summer camps for adults this summer at Club Getaway, a private 300-acre destination in the Connecticut Berkshires. Singles, friends and couples are welcome at lakeside weekends featuring water-skiing, boating, tennis, kayaking, hiking, biking, golf, tennis, entertainment, parties, midnight bonfires, wine tasting, food, keg softball, and more. All-inclusive packages include lodging, all meals (including wine with dinner), all sports and activities, taxes and tips. Fourth of July (June 30-July 4) $599; Young Pros, ages 21-39 (July 21-23) $399;
    Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 1-4) $499; nonmembers add $30.



    Experience a blend of urban camping and boating at the new Vilage de Ecluse, The Village by the Locks, a maritime accommodation project on water and land in the heart of the Old Port in Montreal. Located at the entrance to the Lachine Canal, this 8.5-mile linear urban park crosses southwest of the Island of Montreal from the Old Port to the city of Lachine. Visitors can choose from several accommodation options including on board of one of 70 classic wooden boats (1920-1970); on land at The Lock Keeper’s Cottage, a fully-furnished microchalet; and, for more adventurous travelers, one of eight Park Canada’s oTENTik tents — a cross between a tent and a rustic cabin. Rates vary by season and accommodation type. $82-$225/night.



    Say goodbye to five-star fussy and hello to stylish and functional comfort at the new 135-room Mountain Modern Motel. Located in the heart of Jackson Hole, just steps from the town square, the motel is designed to be an affordable basecamp for embarking on year-round adventures in the area, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. The tiny homes-inspired layout of each room includes a combo kitchen and subway-tiled bathroom, and platform and bunk beds. The multiuse common lobby space encourages conversations and social connections, as well serving light meals and to-go options. At night, the lobby transforms into a festive lounge with adult refreshments. Rates from $215/night. 307-733-4340,



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    Q. When is a beach blanket not a beach blanket? A. When it’s a swimming pool. Say, what? The new E Lite Beach Blanket Pool is two products in one. Kids can start their day at the beach sitting or playing on this circular, eco-friendly blanket. When ready for water play, simply dig a hole in the sand, flip the blanket over, and fill with water from a nearby ocean or lake by using the handy waterproof carry bag. The “pool” side of the blanket is also waterproof, so water stays in the hole and doesn’t seep into the sand. $34.99.


    Travelers who worry about leaving their home unattended while on vacation may want to consider Blink home security cameras. The palm-sized 720p HD camera systems are easy to install, and connect to a smart phone via the Blink app. Within a fraction of a second of motion detection, the cameras trigger a recording of a short video clip. Users then receive a push notification alert with a link to attached video. Users can also employ a live view mode to access on-demand video streaming through the app. A built-in microphone allows you to see and hear what is happening at home. The new Blink XT Weatherproof HD works indoors and outdoors, and utilizes IR night vision. No contracts and no monthly fees. Two-year battery life. Blink Indoor HD from $99. Blink XT from $129.