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Birding enthusiasts and travelers in search of true natural beauty will flock to Socorro, New Mexico's Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge each fall for the annual Festival of the Cranes. There, they can watch as snow geese lift off en masse at sunrise and return along with sandhill cranes for a spectacular sunset "fly-in." Special hikes, tours and workshops will also be offered.
Jeffrey Gilmore, the groundbreaking producer and director who introduced live entertainment to Myrtle Beach nearly thirty years ago recently debuted his latest production, Thunder and Light.
In spring 2015, guests will be able to enjoy Living Seashore, an interactive exhibit featuring two touchpools and a variety of hands-on exploratory experiences.
From viewing this season's beautiful gardens to journeying back decades along the Baseball Trail, Arkansas is rich with culture and history for you to explore.
Looking for the perfect destination to pitch to student group leaders? Consider Toronto. With theater opportunities, a "melting pot" atmosphere, and a range of sports and cultural activities to choose from, it's a destination that provides international flavor without international expense. Students don't even need a passport.