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3/11/14 - 8/1/14 in Burlington

SOLE Camp Registration is Open
Place:Ethan Allen Homestead
Contact Name:Ashley

SOLE Camp pairs adventure with nature. Teaching occurs through exploration and games. Campers learn what it means to be a naturalist and how they can be conservation stewards. SOLE camp is offered for ages 9-12. Camp sessions are 5 days, Monday through Friday from 9am – 4pm. Campers will need a packed lunch, snack, and water bottle for each day, except Friday when we will have a cook out. Camp Sessions June 6/16 - 6/20 6.23 - 6/27 August 8/4 - 8/8 8/11 - 8/15 For more information or to RSVP contact Ashley at

4/25/14 - 4/25/15 in Burlington

ECHO: Rock Collectors Camp: Awesome Arrowheads
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:$55 Members, $60 Non-Members
Contact Name:Nina Ridhibhinyo

Is Kryptonite real? Can you really turn an animal into a diamond? Come uncover the rockin’ world of geology at ECHO. Campers will learn where to find different rocks in Vermont, discover their special properties, and explore their unique uses. Ranging from fossils to flint, campers will leave each day with an awesome new rock for their home collections! For grades K - 5th. Aftercare available until 5 p.m. for an additional fee. Visit or call 1-802-864-1848 x 142 for more information.

5/24/14 - 9/1/14 in Burlington

ECHO Presents: Keva Planks: The Fusion of Art and Science
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free With Admission
Time:10:00am- 5:00pm

From architects, engineers, designers and artists to teacher and kids and adults of all ages, KEVA planks is a meaningful activity for everyone. 15,000 Keva planks ensure that there is plenty of design and creativity to go around. Every plank is identical so you spend no time searching for special pieces or connectors. Just start stacking and see where it goes. Towers can go to the ceiling. Battlefields can go wall to wall

5/24/14 - 9/30/14 in Arlington

Big Big on the Battenkill Kayak and Tubing
Place:VT RTE 313 Arlington, VT
Price:Varies tube or kayak
Contact Name:Kirsten Dahlgren

Come plan a few hours to float calmly down the Battenkill River and enjoy the Green Mountain views with the sounds of nature. You can plan 2-3 hours or a 6 hour trip. Call ahead to reserve and get details.

5/24/14 - 10/31/14 in Woodstock

Ranger-guided Mansion Tours
Place:Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park
Price:$8 adults 16-61 /$4 seniors 62+/FREE children 15 and younger
Time:10am, 11am, 12noon, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Phone:802 457 3368 ext 22

Ranger-led one-hour tours of the historic mansion, connecting with the story of the early development of environmental conservation in the USA. Numbers limited, please call for reservation. See website for many other special programs (many of them free). There is no charge for admission to the 555-acre National Park with its 20+ miles of hiking trails, open 365 days a year. Park at Billings Farm and Museum.

6/4/14 - 7/30/14 in Woodstock

Walk for Wellness
Place:Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park
Time:5pm - 6pm Every Wednesday
Phone:802 457 3368 ext 22

Wednesdays June 4, 11, 18, 25 and July 2,9,16,23,30 5pm to 6pm every Wednesday in June and July. Join a ranger for a one-hour walk on the park’s carriage roads. Walk for your health, your heart and your happiness! Please park your car at the Billings Farm and Museum and cross Route 12 into the national park. Meet your ranger at the Carriage Barn Visitor Center

6/11/14 - 7/23/14 in Vergennes

Vergennes Lions Club Auction
Place:Vergennes High School Gymnasium
Time:5:00 pm
Contact Name:Bonnie Chaffee

New/Used donated items, silent auction, gift certificates, door prizes. Vergennes Union High Gymnasium. Doors open at 5pm for preview, Auctions starts at 6pm. Tom Broughton Auctioneer. All proceeds fund community based projects.

6/16/14 - 8/18/14 in Brattleboro

Beginner Tribal Fusion Bellydance Classes
Place:SoBo Studio
Price:$125 Pre-Register, $15 Drop in
Contact Name:Kelsey Eaton

Give yourself the opportunity to leave the stress, jealousy, insecurity and negativity at home and become completely immersed in the body-positive, creative & collaborative experience of Tribal bellydance. Celebrate the divine feminine in you & your new dance sisters with the release of your sacred Shakti energy! All shapes, ages and dance experiences are welcomed! This 10 week workshop will culminate with an optional performance at a laid back summer halfa in downtown Brattleboro!

6/25/14 - 9/26/14 in Manchester Center

City:Manchester Center
Place:Advance Reservations Necessary - tour meets at Manchester Visitors Center
Price:$35 per person
Time:tour starts at 1 PM & returns at 4 PM
Contact Name:sharon oconnor

Editors' Choice;Yankee Travel Magazine & top-rated activity on Trip Advisor. Designed for those who only have a couple of days in the area and want to see special out-of-the-way places. Discovery why Vermont is called "The State of Mind." ADVANCE RESERVATIONS NECESSARY.

6/25/14 - 11/30/14 in Manchester Center

City:Manchester Center
Place:Advance Reservations Necessary - tour meets at the Manchester visitors center
Price:$35 per person - Advance Reservations Necessary
Time:9:30 - 11:45 AM
Contact Name:Dick Smith

This tour is for history buffs. Local author & historian will show you the significance of our area during the Revolutionary & Civil War. Many places on the National Register. Learn the vital role that Vermont played in these 2 eras. Advance Reservations Necessary.

6/29/14 - 8/2/14 in Stratton Mountain

American Dance Training Camp
City:Stratton Mountain
Place:Stratton Mountain Resort
Contact Name:Lindsey Fadner

Make new friends and have tons of fun learning the latest jazz, contemporary and hip-hop dance moves from top-notch dance faculty. Beginners through experienced performers are welcome to ADTC!

7/1/14 - 10/30/14 in East Arlington

Chocolate Tasting
City:East Arlington
Place:The Chocolatorium
Price:$5.00 a person. Children under 5 free
Time:1 pm. And 3 pm
Contact Name:Nick Monte

Come learn about where chocolate comes from and how it is made through a short movie followed by a tasting. This takes about 45 minutes. The tasting includes 7 chocolates from different countries and plantations with varying percentages of cocoa mass. Tastings are Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Saturday. See our website or call for more details.

7/3/14 - 8/1/14 in Barnet

Summer Dathun: A Month of Meditation
Place:Karme Choling 369 Patneaude Lane Barnet, Vermont 05821
Contact Name:karme choling

Dathün (Tibetan for "month session") is a one-month group meditation retreat, which is one of the most important training programs in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. The program is open to anyone and is a very powerful introduction to and deepening of mindfulness-awareness meditation. The core daily practice of a dathün consists of alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation with time for talks, study, and a short work period.

7/7/14 - 12/31/14 in Brattleboro

Pennywise Pantry
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Contact Name:Shareholder Services

Learn how to shop for fresh, long-lasting, and nutritious foods throughout the store. With this interactive and hands-on tour, we'll explore the Coop, learning a simple method for finding the best value for your food budget. You'll learn tips for selecting and storing these foods at home to get the longest use out of them, develop a better understanding of Co-op sales, and get inspiring recipes to start cooking quick and affordable meals at home. No matter what kind of diet you follow, these penny-wise tools help you stock your kitchen with variety of healthy, local, and even organic foods. By appointment only. Call 802-246-2822 to make an appointment. In the Store. Free. Pre-registration required.

7/9/14 - 12/31/14 in Brattleboro

Lunchtime Yoga for Shareholders
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Time:Wednesdays 12pm
Contact Name:Shareholder Services

Free lunchtime yoga for Shareholders

7/11/14 - 10/3/14 in Bennington

Funtastic Friday Chocolate Events
Place:Village Chocolate Shoppe
Time:6:00 pm -8:00 pm
Contact Name:Nick Monte

Fun events for the whole family. July 11. Motorcycle rally -create a chocolate motorcycle. Proceeds to benefit Meals on Wheels July 25. Mexican Fiesta Party - enjoy a real Mexican Fiesta Village Chocolate Shoppe style August 1- Frozen The chocolate adventure begins. Be amazed as the VCS is transformed into the frozen kingdom of Arendelle. Bring Olaf to life. Come dressed as your favorite character to get a special treat. August 8. Make your own candy bar August 15. Ice cream buffet August 22. Baby shower for Molly our 100 lb chocolate moose. Free event but bring a gift to donate to those in need in Bennington County Sept 5. Let's Make a deal. Chocolate twist on the popular TV show. This is a free event Oct 3. Chocolate Extravaganza. Details to follow. Proceeds to benefit Bennington Coalition for the Homeless. Cost TBD

7/21/14 - 7/25/14 in Wilmington

Summer Overnight Camp with Magical Earth Retreats
Place:Nordic Hills Lodge
Time:9:00 am
Contact Name:Jane M Jones

Children from 7-12 will be introduced to the nature that surrounds us through the use of exercise, art, music, writing, science, reading and much more. Everyone will learn to make a walking stick, draw and paint leaves and trees, cook lunch on an open fire, animal tracking, make a musical instrument and will get to here great story telling. These Summer Earth Adventures (summer overnight camp) will be managed and led by Jane and Don Jones, along with other teachers and artists from the area (all finger printed and back ground checked). For more information please email

7/23/14 - 7/23/14 in Burlington

Pop-Up Gastronomy: Exploring Sicilian Cuisine
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Tickets are $65 for ECHO Members, $75 for Non-members
Contact Name:Linda Bowden

On a breathtaking island situated directly in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily’s culture has had many influences. Their food not only has a lot in common with Italian cuisine, it also has Spanish, Greek and Arab influences, among others. This is the second of four amazing evenings produced by Burlington’s own Bluebird Restaurant Group. Dinner will be served outside, weather permitting

7/24/14 - 7/24/14 in Hardwick

Annual Auction and Pie Sale, United Church of Hardwick
Place:113 West Church St, Hardwick, VT
Time:6:00 pm
Contact Name:Paul Frederick

Old time auction and pie sale to benefit the United Church of Hardwick. Homemade pie, hot dogs, soda and coffee on sale. Auction features items donated by local businesses, antiques and elderly items, household, etc. Rain or shine. Bring a chair.

7/24/14 - 7/24/14 in Brattleboro

Herbal Remedies: Herbs for Travelers
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:$14 Shareholders, $16 Non-Shareholders
Contact Name:Shareholder Services

Make an herbal first aid kit. Third class of a three part series. Great for gardeners, hikers, travelers, or anyone who wants to make their own natural remedies. Attend all or one of this three part series in which you will get to make components of your own herbal first aid kit. Participants are required to provide your own container for your kit.

7/24/14 - 8/9/14 in Dorset

Summer Theatre: All in the Timing by David Ives
Place:Dorset Theatre Festival

This critically acclaimed, award-winning evening of six short comedies byt Tony award winning playwright David Ives, form an evening of wit, intellect, satire and just plain fun! A hilarious sextet that uses brilliant language and wordplay to investigate for audiences of all ages the classic existentialist questions of life and the complications involved in romantic relationships.

7/25/14 - 7/26/14 in Barre

Barre Heritage Festival
Place:Main Street
Time:8:00 a.m.
Phone:(802) 839-5451

Arts, culture, music, food and history join forces at this celebration of the Granite City's past and present. See for details

7/25/14 - 7/26/14 in Lyndonville

West Side Story
Place:Vermont Children's Theater, 2283 Darling Hill Rd.

Children ages 7-10 perform Friday, July 25 at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, July 26 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. The world's greatest love story takes to the streets in this landmark original Broadway musical that is one of the theatre's finest accomplishments. Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern-day New York City, as two young idealistic lovers find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the "American" Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. Their struggle to survive in a world of hate, violence and prejudice is one of the most innovative, heart-wrenching and relevant musical dramas of our time.

7/25/14 - 7/27/14 in Poultney

Shakespeare's Othello
Place:Green Mountain College
Price:$15 Adults; $12 Seniors/Military/Students; Children under 12 Free
Time:7:30 pm
Contact Name:Gary Meitrott

Shakespeare on Main Street brings Shakespeare’s “Othello” to the Shires. Performances will be at the Ackley Theatre at Green Mountain College on July 25 & 26 at 7:30 pm; and July 27 at 2 pm. Set in 2012, amidst the political turmoil of the mid-East, this production will use contemporary events as a mirror for Shakespeare’s dramatic medieval setting in which the famous Moor fought and loved. With its tumultuous battle between human strength and frailty, “Othello” pits a heroic soldier against the prejudices of his time, and reveals how jealousy and pride undo even profound greatness. Under Gary Meitrott’s thrilling direction, this breakthrough version of “Othello” will awaken deep personal awareness in both the players and the audience and is certain to be the dramatic highlight of Vermont’s upcoming theatre season. Keith Smith of Burlington, who trained in New York City, including at the Lee Strasberg Institute, plays Othello, along with a cast of well-known regional actors, including Caroline Hogan as Desdemona, Todd Houston as Iago, Danielle Houston as Emilia, and Levi Nelson as Cassio. Tickets are $15 for adults; $12 for Seniors, Active Military, and Students; and free for children under 12. To reserve tickets in advance please call: Lawrence Zupan at 802-366-0110. For further information, please contact Artistic Director Gary Meitrott at 802-282-2581 or Shakespeare on Main Street is a non-profit (501c3) organization dedicated to bringing the elevated wit and linguistic brilliance of Shakespeare to Vermont audiences. We depend largely on public donations to stage our productions.

7/25/14 - 7/27/14 in Woodstock

Bookstock 2014 Literary Festival
Place:Woodstock, VT
Contact Name:Cassie Horner

The Green Mountain Literary Festival brings together writers and readers with presentations, workshops, art exhibits and a super-size book sale at a variety of historic sites around the village.

7/25/14 - 7/27/14 in Stratton Mountain

Green Mountain Culinary Escape
City:Stratton Mountain
Place:Stratton Mountain Resort
Contact Name:Stratton Mountain

Green Mountain Culinary Escapes at Stratton Mountain Resort are great for those who love to cook or are looking to learn a new skill.

7/26/14 - 7/26/14 in Craftsbury

CCCC Cookout & Auction
Place:Craftsbury Community Care Center
Price:Adults $10, Children (age 5-12) $5, Children under 5 free
Contact Name:Kim Roberge

Dinner & Silent Auction Start at Noon, Live Auction begins at 12:45 PM Menu Includes: Roast pig (donated by Sterling College), deep-fried turkey & all the fixin’s. Benefits Craftsbury Community Care Center. Thank you, Michelle Warren Craftsbury Community Care Center Board Member

7/26/14 - 7/26/14 in Burlington

Cirque du Burlesque presented by Green Mountain Cabaret
Place:Club Metronome (188 Main Street, Burlington, VT)
Price:$10 Online, $15 At The Door
Time:08:00 PM
Contact Name:Leif Peepers
Phone:(802) 585-1388

Step Right Up! Ladies, Gents, and all fans of the Greatest Tease on Earth, your Burly prayers have been answered. Messirs Peepers and Peepers bring to you a collection of the most spectacular attractions tastefully revealed to the public one stitch at a time. Marvel at the dancer with disappearing wardrobe. Wonder at the sensuous dance moves from the Far East. Be amazed by feats of undress unlike any the world has seen in decades. Join us in the Glitter Ring as Green Mountain Cabaret runs off and joins the Circus on July 26th. And don’t forget, when you see the Greatest Tease on Earth, Enjoy the View! 18+

7/26/14 - 7/26/14 in Stowe

Berkleefest: Outdoor Music Festival
Place:Topnotch Resort
Contact Name:Terra West

Berkleefest at Topnotch Resort Mansfield Overlook Lawn 4000 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT July 26, 2-6pm August 31, 2-6pm Free (for early bird signup) It’s music festival time! Berklee College of Music’s hottest up and coming artists are coming to Topnotch Resort to play at Berkleefest! The 2014 lineup features Will Gittens, Damn Tall Buildings, Nikolas Metaxas, Grey Season, Great Caesar, Bigfoot Wallace, Arielle Vakni and The Frotations. Berkleefest will be an unforgettable summer music festival, so sign up now to get your free early bird tickets at Berkleefest is an open-air festival and will happen rain or shine.

7/26/14 - 7/26/14 in Burlington

A Plethora of Polarization
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free with admission
Contact Name:Linda Bowden

It's summertime at ECHO, and we're connecting with physics students from UVM to play with polarization. No, not some storm from the North Pole, but part of what makes summer fun; light! See hidden colors, investigate the very small, make things appear and disappear, and more. Polarization is relevant to everything from sunglasses to cutting edge physics research to helping monitor the health of Lake Champlain. These hands on activities and special presentations will help you have more fun this summer.

7/26/14 - 7/26/14 in Jamaica

Jamaica Old Home Day
Place:Rt 30 Jamaica VT
Contact Name:Gene Morrison / Bob Stone
Phone:802 380 4508

Street festival, parade with floats & bands, events, races, prizes, foods, music & dancing, entertainers, exhibition of arts / crafts and chicken barbecue!

7/26/14 - 7/27/14 in South Burlington

35th Annual Champlain Valley Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show
City:South Burlington
Place:Tuttle Middle School, 500 Dorset Street
Price:$3 adults, $2 seniors and students 6-16, children under 6 free with adult
Time:10:00 AM-5:00 PM
Contact Name:Jeff Higgins
Phone:(802) 849-6076

Vermont’s largest gem, mineral, and fossil show returns for its 35th year! Thousands of beautiful natural specimens and jewelry are available at affordable prices from 14 dealers. Stunning exhibits, informative lectures, raffle, silent auction, door prizes, and activities for kids. Free parking and refreshments available.

7/27/14 - 7/27/14 in Colchester

30th Annual Colchester Triathlon
Place:Bayside Park, 2 West Lakeshore Drive, Colchester
Price:Prices vary, $45-$90
Time:8:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Colchester Parks & Recreation Department

1/2 mile swim or 2 mile kayak - The first leg of the triathlon, the swim or kayak portion takes place in Lake Champlain in beautiful Malletts Bay. The swim portion is a triangle design and the kayak portion is a 1-mile paddle out and 1-mile paddle back to shore. 12 mile bike - The bike course starts along the waterfront taking you past a few camps which leads to Main Street Colchester in the center of town. You will pass the historic Meeting House and the Burnham Memorial Library. This is an open course to traffic. 3 mile run - The run will take you along a shaded path through quintessential New England neighborhoods and back along the waterfront until you arrive in Colchester's reknowned Bayside Park through the finish line.

7/27/14 - 7/27/14 in Rochester

Summer Reading Series: Henriette Lazaridis Power & Rebecca Makkai
Place:BigTown Gallery
Contact Name:BigTown Gallery

The authors Henriette Lazaridis Power and Rebecca Makkai will read at BigTown Gallery on Sunday, July 27th at 5:30 pm. Free and open to the public, refreshments will follow. Visit for more info.

7/27/14 - 7/27/14 in Killington

The Biggest Loser RunWalk Killington Half Marathon/5K/Kids 1 Mile Fun Run
Place:Killington Resort's K-1 Lodge
Contact Name:The Biggest Loser RunWalk

The Biggest Loser RunWalk Killington Half Marathon/5K courses each have a twist! Participants run/walk down the mountain, then take the ski lift back up and continue along with breathtaking views of Killington Peak, the second highest peak in Vermont. The 5K course goes through beautiful downtown Killington while the half marathon route, great for someone's first half marathon, travels along rustic wooded roads with stunning views of the Green Mountains. Afterwards kick back with family and friends and celebrate at the post-race concert featuring former "Biggest Loser" contestant and Nashville recording artist, Dan Evans at Killington Resort's Roaring Brook Umbrella Bar, or enjoy the lush landscape during a gondola ride to Killington Peak. Even Packet Pick-Up the day before the race is a party (see below)! Why would you miss this? 6HH00

7/27/14 - 7/27/14 in Berlin

A Perfect Pairing with Vermont Creamery
Place:Fresh Tracks Farm Vineyard & Winery
Time:5:30 pm
Contact Name:Tracy Roux

We’re thrilled to present A Perfect Pairing! From 5:30 – 8:00 pm on Sunday, July 27th, we’ll be hosting a special cheese-tasting event. Come have a free sample of Vermont Creamery’s four unique and masterfully aged cheeses (available for purchase as well) and sit down for a wine tasting while you’re at it. Bijou – Aged goat cheese “Crottin” Bonne Bouche – Ash-ripened goat cheese Coupole – Aged goat cheese Cremont – Aged goat and cow milk cheese Our tasting room is located just 3.2 miles south of Montpelier, and we’re only a 15 minute drive away from our neighbors at Norwich University! As always, there is no ticket/entry fee, and we have plenty of free parking as well! Give us a call at 802-223-1151, or send an email to for more info.

7/28/14 - 7/28/14 in Weston

Cruise In at The Vermont Country Store
Place:The Vermont Country Store
Contact Name:Deb

Take a Spin Down Memory Lane. Head to Mildred’s Dairy Bar at The Vermont Country Store in a classic car or truck and receive a maple creemee on us. It’s a great way to show off your ride, meet other drivers and enjoy the best soft serve around.

7/28/14 - 7/28/14 in East Hardwick

Caspian Monday Music
City:East Hardwick
Place:Caledonia Grange Hall 9 Church Street East Hardwick, VT 05836
Price:Season Ticket: $75.00 Admission: $18.00 Orchestra: $18.00 Senior: $16.00 students: $10.00 under 18 years: free
Time:8:00 PM
Contact Name:Tom Zajkowski

Piano Concert Danny Kutty, piano Sonata in d minor, K. 553 Domenico Scarlatti Sonata in b minor, K.27 Sonata in f minor, K. 388 Preludes, Livre 1 Claude Debussy Two Capricci for solo AX Synth Francesco Satori (1957 - ) Nocturnal No. 3 "Resurrection" Francesco Satori (1957 - )

7/28/14 - 8/1/14 in Marlboro

Summer Day Camp with Magical Earth Retreats
Place:Pool Learning Center
Time:9:00 am
Contact Name:Jane M Jones

Children from 6-12 will be introduced to the nature that surrounds us through the use of exercise, art, music, writing, science, reading and much more. The younger children will be in a group of their own. Everyone will learn to make a walking stick, draw and paint leaves and trees, cook lunch on an open fire, animal tracking, make a musical instrument and will get to here great story telling. These Summer Earth Adventures (summer day camp) will be managed and led by Jane and Don Jones, along with other teachers and artists from the area (all finger printed and back ground checked). For more information please email

7/29/14 - 7/29/14 in Greensboro

Caspian Arts Studio Tour and Tour's End Party
Place:Greensboro, Hardwick, Craftsbury, Glover, East Albany
Time:Tour: 10-5, Party 5:30-7
Contact Name:Judy Dales

The third annual Caspian Arts Studio Tour will take place on Tuesday, July 29, 2014, 10 am to 5 pm, this year. Nineteen artists in Greensboro and the surrounding area will open their studios, offering the public an opportunity to shop, visit with the artists, and learn about the creative process. Visitors to the studios will receive tickets for a Tour Prize Drawing, held at the festive Tour’s End Party, 5:30-7 pm at The Highland Lodge in Greensboro. Prizes will be three gift certificates ($300, $200, and $100) to be spent at participating artists’ studios. This year, each of the artists will be presenting a new piece that is in some way inspired by this beautiful area of Vermont. The introduction of all these items made specifically for the tour adds an enticing element of discovery to the event. In addition to the adventure of traveling to new locations and meeting creative people in their home environment, visitors will have locally inspired, new work to admire and purchase. Map and tour information are available at Hazendale Farmstand, The Miller’s Thumb Gallery, Willey’s Store and at 

7/31/14 - 7/31/14 in Killington

Chad Hollister LIVE at River Road Concert Series
Place:Sherburne Memorial Library
Time:6 PM
Contact Name:Sherburne Memorial Library
Phone:802 422 9765

Chad Hollister Band hails from Vermont. They have been evolving and touring the country for over 15 years. Anthony J. Resta (Collective Soul, Elton John, Shawn Mullins) says "Hollisters music is pure sonic alchemy" which means it's damn good in Vermont terms! Chad has opened for Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Tom Petty and has shared the stage w/ every PHISH member, Merl Saunders, Warren Haynes and Blues Traveller. His music is a voice for the Positive and reminds you that life is truly a gift as is the ability to share it through music.

7/31/14 - 7/31/14 in Burlington

Summer Student Scientists
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free with admission
Contact Name:Linda Bowden

Summer is a big time for science on the Lake! Come down to the new Research Lounge located in ECHO’s front lobby to see what research 10 different student scientists have been conducting this summer. Hear short, interactive presentations on topics ranging from zebra mussels invading Lake Champlain to how causeways affect fish movement. Presentations will be accessible to all ages, but teens and adults are encouraged to attend to see a deeper perspective of Lake Champlain.

7/31/14 - 7/31/14 in Bondville

Stratton Grizzly Triathlon
Place:Stratton Mountain Resort
Price:Pre-Register at $65
Contact Name:Stratton Mountain

Mark your calendars for the Stratton Mountain Grizzly Triathlon! Money and of course bragging rights are at stake.

7/31/14 - 8/9/14 in Jamaica

Pikes Falls Chamber Music Festival
Place:Jamaica Town Hall
Price:Free but donations are welcome
Contact Name:Susanna Loewy

Events are during the days of July 31- August 9, with the opening concert on the night of July 31st, at 7 PM. Events include concerts, family/ community events, and appearances from many talented guest artists and composers, all taking place in the Jamaica Town Hall on Main Street. Admission is free of charge, but donations are welcome. A portion of the donations will be contributed to the Stratton Foundation to benefit Hurricane Irene relief efforts.

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