Category Archives: Holiday

We’ve Got You Covered – Ensuring You Make The Most Out Of Your Holidays

It’s that time of year when we spread holiday cheer by giving thanks through simple acts of kindness. NE Insure has been serving the Massachusetts area and communities since 1989. For over 30 years, NE Insure has continued to redefine how insurance providers obtain, retain, and sustain a broad portfolio of transparent, simple, and straightforward approaches to business and personal security through insurance.

As a token of our appreciation, NE Insure wants to give you and your loved ones a sneak peek into some of this season’s upcoming holiday festivities as a way to say thanks for all the trust and support over the years.

Holiday Fun You Won’t Want To Miss

We at NE Insure thrive on giving you peace of mind by giving you the clarity and confidence to know that we’ve got you covered. With over 25 insurance providers, across six different locations, we’ve got something for everyone. Our list of holiday celebrations is no different. We’ve compiled a list of 7 unique events that you won’t want to miss. So, invite your family and friends and enjoy it! All ages are welcome and there is no cost to attend most events.

Hanukkah: The Festival Of Lights

On Wednesday, December 18th, 2019 at 4:30 PM EST celebrate an evening filled with art, music, and fun at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, located at 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA, 02115. Check here for more.

Annual Boston Common Menorah Lighting

Want to watch the lighting of New England’s tallest Menorah? Join us for live music, warm beverages, and Chanukah snacks on Sunday, December 22nd, 2019 at 4:00PM EST for the Grand Ceremony. This is an all-ages, free event, click here for more.

Santa’s Wonderland

Have you been naughty or nice? Bass Pro Shop in Foxborough, MA has invited Santa and his little helpers to make a few special appearances beginning Saturday, November 16th through December 24th, 2019. Enjoy games, crafts, and a free photo with Santa! Click here for details.

The Enchanted Village

Into antique collectibles? This old-fashioned, rare village includes 59 mechanical figures and 18 vignettes, the last of their kind. Santa welcomes you to come and check it out, while also enjoying ice skating and light shows. Check it out!

La Salette Shrine Lights

Since 1953, visitors from around the world have come to experience the La Salette Shrine Lights. From Angels to the Peaceable Kingdom, this display of over 300,000 lights is something you won’t want to miss.  The display begins Thursday, November 28th, 2019 and ends Sunday, January 5th, 2020. Click here for more.

Christmas At The Newport Mansions

Three of the country’s largest mansions will be on display from November 4th, 2019 through January 1st, 2020. Inspired by the colonial times, there will be over thirty decorated Christmas trees to see at The Breakers, The Elms, and The Marble Rose House homes. Get your tickets today!

Christmas At The Farm: Sleigh Ride Fun

If you’re looking to experience one of the countries finest outdoor museums, look no further. Billings Farm & Museum has a wide variety of fun and engaging activities that are sure to give you some holiday cheer. This 270-acre plot of land is home to hundreds of animals, has become an educational non-profit stomping ground for thousands. Click here to schedule a scenic sleigh ride, a moment you’ll remember.

NE Insure wishes you and your loved ones a safe and happy holiday season. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the years to come. For more information about our services, check out our website at https://www.neinsure.com/about.htm.

Moving Out? Know What Could Impact Your Home Resale Value

Home Resale ValueThe New Year brings with it a clean slate, a clear calendar page, and 365 days filled with opportunity. While some people are starting a new personal improvement or health regimen, others are excited about the memories they’ll be making in a new home. If you’re one who is looking to sell your home in 2017, here are some important things to know that might decrease the value of your home. Some of these you can’t change, but others are easy fixes that can keep your home resale value – and your hopes – up.

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Spread the Word: December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

National Impaired Driving Prevention MonthThe holidays are upon us, and Americans are excitedly traveling to family homes, shopping hotspots and friendly parties. It is a wonderful time of the year for celebrating and being with loved ones. That is why it is so important to be aware of the dangers that impaired driving present during the holiday season.

While most Americans have a general awareness of these threats, there are still many who are uneducated about how this easily preventable problem could affect them and their loved ones on a personal level. That is why President Barack Obama designated December as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month.

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Thanksgiving: Your Holiday Historical Overview

ThanksgivingWith Halloween now in the rear-view mirror, the holiday season is officially in full swing with Thanksgiving just a few short weeks away. Between family togetherness, time with friends and mouth-watering dishes prepared with pure love,  what’s not to love about Thanksgiving? Although, like most holidays, it has grown beyond its origins but has a rich history which we’d like to expand upon and explore further.

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Appraisals: What Are Your Valuables REALLY Worth?

AppraisalsThe winter holidays are approaching fast, which means many people will soon be brainstorming about all of the expensive purchases to make for friends and family. That brand-new, state-of-the-art flat screen television would go great in your son’s bedroom or the game room. You dream of that $500, high-powered mixer that looks fantastic on your kitchen counter. Don’t forget the new table saw in the shop out back!

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15 of the Most Unusual U.S. Laws That Still Exist Today

Unusual LawsThe summer months are filled with holiday celebrations. Unfortunately, not all of the fun and games end well. This season finds police officers on high alert in protecting the public and ensuring that all of the festivities remain safe and within the guidelines of state law.

However, it may surprise you that some U.S. laws are so strange that they are sure to cause uproars of laughter. Concentrated in the New England states and surrounding areas, we’ve compiled 15 state laws that can serve as a humorous anecdote at your next summer shindig.

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Summertime Safety 101

Summertime SafetySummer is finally within arm’s reach! The kids are out of school, the weather is fantastic, and there are plenty of opportunities to get together with family and friends. From May to September, there is a holiday each month. Celebrations can be a great time, but there are many hidden dangers that can ruin a good time if the proper precautions aren’t taken.

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Memorial Day: Remembering Our Fallen Heroes

Memorial DayEvery year, the last Monday of May is a day to remember those who served and died while serving in the U.S. armed forces. Although most people recognize that Memorial Day is a great chance to take the day off and have a picnic outdoors, few people actually know the history of the holiday and how it came to be what it is today. It is exactly for this reason that it is important to recognize the sacrifice of the people who fought for our country, and to understand that the day is not just a day off from work or school. Most of all, it is especially meaningful for the youth of America to understand where Memorial Day comes from, so we can pass on our appreciation to our fallen heroes into future generations.

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