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5/1/15 - 9/24/15 in Manchester

Place:39 Bonnet St., Manchester Center, VT 05255
Price:$35 PP.
Time:1 - 4 PM
Contact Name:Sharon O'Connor

Discover the lure, charm & nostalgia of Vermont’s country backroads. Visit & learn about unique places you wouldn’t normally find on your own. Many stops along the way, group size 2 – 10, comfortable tour vehicle. Daily. Advance reservations necessary.

5/1/15 - 11/29/15

Place:Bennington County, VT
Price:$35 PP.
Time:9:30 - 11:45 AM
Contact Name:Dick Smith

Local historian and author will take you to all places in our area with historical significance to the Revolutionary & Civil Wars. Over 25 points of interest. This is a "history buff's" delight! Group size, 2-10; comfortable tour vehicle. Advance reservations necessary.

5/30/15 - 9/13/15 in Burlington

Smokey Bear & Woodsy Owl: Home Sweet Home
Place:ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain
Price:free with admission
Time:10:00 a.m.
Contact Name:Jessie Forand

We all know that famous furry face, now join Smokey Bear along with Woodsy Owl and their forest friends to care for the natural resources we rely on to survive! This traveling exhibit, created by the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum in collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service, will be at ECHO until Sept. 13. Harbor young woodland stewards through on-the-job forest ranger training, a puppet stage, forest trail, fishing vessel, and more. Every other Friday from 10 a.m. to noon the Burlington Fire Department will join us to lend a hand working to prevent fires locally.

6/6/15 - 9/30/15 in Arlington

Kayak and Tubing on the Battenkill River
Place:Battenkill River
Price:Kayak $40 and Tubes $25plus tax
Contact Name:Kirsten

We are OPEN for the season! So call 518-479-9042 to reserve your trip down the Battenkill River whether in a kayak or a tube. If traveling from the Saratoga County area the drive is only approximately 50 minutes and is a pleasurable scenic drive as well.

6/12/15 - 8/28/15 in Ludlow

Jackson Gore Concert Series
Place:Jackson Gore Courtyard
Price:See website for details
Time:6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Phone:(802) 228-1600

Enjoy a fun summer evening with a different concert every Friday night from 6 to 9 p.m. at Okemo Mountain the Jackson Gore Inn courtyard. Pack the lawn chairs or picnic blankets and bring the family to enjoy live music and an outdoor barbecue every Friday night throughout the summer. Chosen 2015 Best Of New England Free Concert Series by Yankee Magazine.

6/12/15 - 8/31/15 in Stowe

Susan Wahlrab: Seasons
Place:West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park

The North Gallery of West Branch hosts Susan Wahlrab’s new exhibition entitled Seasons and is on view through August 31. Her unique watercolor technique is impressionistic when viewed from a distance alluding to the British Romantic landscapes of J.M.W. Turner and Monet. Their influence is clearly evidenced, yet viewed up close, one is surprised to see tiny pools, miniscule etchings in the wash of color, like watery hieroglyphics. Almost encaustic in their layered density, the paintings look and feel wet from the coating of glossy clear varnish.

6/19/15 - 9/4/15 in Burlington

Vermont Lake Monsters Baseball
Place:Centennial Field
Contact Name:Zach Betkowski

The Vermont Lake Monsters are entering their 22nd season as a Minor League Ball Club in Vermont. The Single A Affiliate of the Oakland Athletics play all of their home games at historic Centennial Field. their season starts on June 19th and concludes September 4th.

7/2/15 - 10/10/15 in Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour
Place:See website for details
Time:Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 1 - 4PM,

Part food. Part history. Get a taste of Burlington with the Burlington Edible History Tour. This 2-mile leisurely walking tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington's early immigrant groups to their food traditions when farm to table was a way of life. Sample dishes at 5 restaurants committed to serving farm-fresh foods. Through stories from original research, discover the various cultural groups that built the Queen City. Tours are scheduled for Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 1 - 4PM, through October 10. Tickets must be purchased by 1PM the day before at the FlynnTix Regional Box Office or the Tour's website Burlington Edible History donates 10% of profits to the New Farms for New Americans project helping new refugee groups stay tied to their culinary traditions. History never tasted so good!

7/7/15 - 10/27/15 in Brattleboro

Farmers’ Market
Place:Whetstone Pathway at the Brattleboro Food Co-op

Fresh local produce, flowers, Anon's Thai food, and more. A lovely little farmers' market conveniently located across from the Brattleboro Food Co-op.

7/17/15 - 10/10/15 in Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour
Time:Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 1 - 4PM,

Part food. Part history. Get a taste of Burlington with the Burlington Edible History Tour. This 2-mile leisurely walking tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington's early immigrant groups to their food traditions when farm to table was a way of life. Sample dishes at 5 restaurants committed to serving farm-fresh foods. Through stories from original research, discover the various cultural groups that built the Queen City. Tours are scheduled for Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 1 - 4PM, through October 10. Tickets must be purchased by 1PM the day before at the FlynnTix Regional Box Office or the Tour's website Burlington Edible History donates 10% of profits to the New Farms for New Americans project helping new refugee groups stay tied to their culinary traditions. History never tasted so good!

7/17/15 - 10/16/15 in Burlington

ARTSRIOT Truckstop
Place:Pine St.
Price:Free Admission
Time:5:00 pm

Every Friday, rain or shine, heat wave or cold snap, we bring you the Truck Stop. Food trucks of Vermont unite! Starting at 5PM you can find trucks selling everything from pork belly and barbecue to Malaysian street food and vegan noodles. We try to keep the variety different by rotating trucks, but you will find our fan favorites almost every time- including but definitely not limited to Dolce VT, the Hindquarter, Southern Smoke, Hawker Stall, One Hearth, Bessery’s, Nikos Soulvaki, Phantom Food Truck, and Wooden Spoon Bistro. And, of course, our bars are hopping! Outside in the main Truck Stop bar sponsored by Fiddlehead Brewing, we offer Fiddlehead IPA, specialty Fiddlehead brews, Citizen Cider, and wine. Inside are normal full bar is open- and our frozen mojitos there have been quite popular! read less

7/18/15 - 8/29/15 in Stratton Mountain

Create and Sip
City:Stratton Mountain
Place:Stratton Mountain Deli
Time:3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Saturday's from 7/18-8/29. Explore the elements of art in a fun and relaxing environment. As you stretch your creativity in an informal and playful art class, you will experiment with color, form, shape and texture. Price includes 2 hours of instruction, all supplies, a variety of snacks and 2 drinks. Available drinks include wine, beer and soft drinks. All welcome but we recommend ages 12 and up. Limited space, reserve your spot early.

7/19/15 - 9/25/15 in Manchester Center

Tour: Southern Vermont Sampler
City:Manchester Center
Place:Manchester Visitors Center
Time:10:00 am - 4:00 pm

This tour is one of the top rated activities on Trip Advisor and also Editors' Pick for Yankee Travel Magazine. If you only have a couple of days in the area, this tour will take you unique and interesting places, off the beaten path. Local guide will help you discover the beauty, nostalgia and charm of our country backroads while giving you lots of interesting information about Vermont. Tours include mountain valley vistas, an abandoned marble quarry, quintessential villages, an alpaca farm, a self sustaining forest and maple sugar preserve, an artisans enclave and much more. Tour vehicle seats 8 to 11 passengers; advance reservation are necessary

7/19/15 - 10/19/15 in Burlington

Lake Champlain Free Chocolate Factory Tours
Place:Lake Champlain Chocolate Factory
Time:11:00 am - 4:00 pm

resh, delicious and fun for the whole family. Come experience the sights and smells of gourmet chocolates made right before your eyes. Enjoy free samples while discovering what makes our chocolate so irresistible and learn about the family-owned company. Free factory tours are Monday-Friday, June-October, 10-2 pm, tours start on the hour and self-guided tours start at 3 pm. On the weekends, we offer free chocolate tastings, drop in anytime between 11-4 pm, to learn the flavor profiles of four different chocolates, and a chance to win a free chocolate gift basket. The store features caramels, clusters, truffles, almond butter crunch and much more— including lots of factory seconds and free samples. Stop by and take the sweetest tour in town! Check our website for winter tour hours and events. read less

7/22/15 - 9/6/15 in Rochester

James McGarrell
Place:BigTown Gallery
Price:free and open to all
Contact Name:Anni MacKay

A Selection of the Imagistic Paintings from 1984-2004 Paintings, with related drawings on tile and paper. Wed. - Fri. : 10:00 - 5:00 / Sat. : 12:00 - 5:00 / Sun. - Tues : by appointment

7/22/15 - 9/6/15 in Rochester

Mark Goodwin
Place:BigTown Gallery
Price:free and open to all
Contact Name:Anni Mackay

Recent Work. Painting, Drawing, Collage and Printmaking. Wed. - Fri. : 10:00 - 5:00 / Sat. : 12:00 - 5:00 / Sun. - Tues : by appointment

7/31/15 - 7/31/05 in Montpelier

Fancy Nancy Party
Place:Kellogg Hubbard Library
Contact Name:Rachel Senechal

Dress in your fanciest clothes for snacks and activities and readings of Fancy Nancy books!

8/1/15 - 9/20/15 in Woodstock

29th Annual Quilt Exhibition
Place:Billings Farm & Museum
Price:Adults: $14, seniors: $13, children ages 5-15: $8, ages 3 & 4 $4, 2 & under free.
Time:10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Daily

This juried exhibition of colorful quilts made exclusively in Windsor County will celebrate 29 years of quilting excellence at the Billings Farm. Quilting demonstrations, programs and activities for children and adults.

8/1/15 - 10/12/15 in Strafford

Tours of Historic Justin Morrill State Historic Site, Strafford, VT
Place:Justin Morrill State Historic Sie
Price:$6.00 (adult); children free
Time:11:00am-5:00pm, Wed.-Sun. weekly
Contact Name:Laura Trieschmann

Tours of Historic Justin Morrill State Historic Site, Strafford, Vermont. Guided tours of Gothic Revival historic house, formal gardens, interpretive exhibits and walking trail. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Wednesday-Sunday (& holiday Mondays), May 23 through October 12. 214 Morrill Memorial Highway, Strafford, VT 05072. Admission: Adults - $6.00 (under 14 free)

8/3/15 - 8/3/05 in Woodstock

Billings Farm & Museum's 14th Annual Antique Tractor Day
Place:Billings Farm & Museum
Price:adults: $14.00; 62 and over: $13.00; children 5-15: $8.00; 3-4: $4.00; under 3: free.
Time:10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

A narrated tractor parade is set for 1:00 p.m. – an opportunity to see the machines operating, with interesting and historical background details about each tractor. Tractor-drawn wagon rides will be offered; make-it-take-it wooden tractors for children, a toy tractor sandbox, ice cream making, and more. Admission to Antique Tractor Day includes all programs and activities, plus an added bonus: the 28th Annual Quilt Exhibition.

8/7/15 - 9/30/15 in Stowe

Clark Derbes: Self-Portrait
Place:West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park
Time:10 AM to 5 PM
Contact Name:Patricia

Clark Derbes saws, sands, and playfully paints illusionistic, reality-altering geometric "sculptures of paintings of sculptures."This exhibition features new freestanding sculptures, wall pieces, and works on canvas by the Burlington and New Orleans-based artist.

8/8/15 - 9/8/15 in Rutland

Art In The Park
Place:Main Street Park, Rutland, VT
Price:Donations accepted
Time:10:00 am

Art in the Park has been named one of the “Sunshine Artist 200 Best,” and voted Rutland Herald’s Best of the Best in the category of Best Arts Festival. Added value like food, music, craft demonstrations, and kids activities are also offered.

8/12/15 - 8/12/05 in Shelburne

Sun To Cheese Tour
Place:Shelburne Farms
Price:$15 includes block of cheese
Time:1:45 pm - 3:45 pm

A behind-the-scenes look at dairy farming and cheesemaking! Hear our farmers and cheesemakers explain the process of turning fresh milk into farmhouse cheddar; tour the dairy and taste cheese with the cheesemakers. Tours leave the Welcome Center promptly at 1:45 pm. Pre-registration is required.

8/13/15 - 8/30/15 in Weston

THE ROAD TO WHERE at Weston Playhouse Theatre Company
Place:Weston Rod & Gun Club
Time:T-Sat 7:30, Sat 2:00, Sun 3:00
Contact Name:Emily

by Cass Morgan An uplifting journey told through stories and song Broadway veteran and writer Cass Morgan takes us to County Clare, Ireland where she traces her roots and reflects upon the lives of her female fore-bearers as well as her own. With a gift for story telling and a beautiful voice, Cass shares her feelings of love and loss, of sorrow and hope. It’s where the River Shannon meets the open sea that the traveller discovers that home is indeed where the heart is. A trio of seasoned musicians joins Cass in creating a pub-like atmosphere where everyone is welcomed as family. One hour 20 minutes. No intermission.

8/14/15 - 9/15/15 in Arlington

Kayak and Tubing the Battenkill River
Place:5827 VT 313, Arlington, VT
Price:$25 per tube and $40 per kayak
Contact Name:Kirsten @ Big Big on the Battenkill

This is a wonderful summertime activity for everyone. The river is rated class 1 so it is a relaxing and scenic way to enjoy the farm and mountains of Vermont. We open at 9am daily, closed on Tuesdays. We recommend shoes to get wet, we have a floating cooler for those in tubes to enjoy snacks and beverages along the way. Whether by kayak or tube we arrange a 3 hour trip. Longer is available for the same rate you just need to ask.

8/14/15 - 10/5/15 in Stowe

Val Rossman: Hues and Gestures
Place:West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park
Time:10 AM to 5 PM
Contact Name:Patricia

Working in two different mediums, pastel drawings on paper and acrylic paintings on aluminum, Val Rossman’s art is rich in color and form. From loose mark-making to densely gridded layers of color, she is not afraid to experiment. The results are full of spontaneity and excitement, energetic and lively.

8/20/15 - 9/5/15 in Dorset

I Hate Hamlet
Place:Dorset Playhouse
Time:8:00 PM
Contact Name:Box Office

Directed by Carl Andress Unapologetically silly, always hilarious, I Hate Hamlet by Paul Rudnick tells the story of a young and successful television actor who relocates to New York, where he rents a marvelous, gothic apartment. With his television career in limbo, the actor is offered the opportunity to play Hamlet onstage, but there's one problem: he hates Hamlet.

8/26/15 - 8/30/15 in Lyndonville

Caledonia County Fair
Place:Caledonia County Fairgrounds
Time:7:00 daily

Vermont's oldest fair celebrates the state's rural roots with amusement rides, a children's barnyard, agricultural shows, a demolition derby and musical acts.

8/27/15 - 8/30/15 in Killington

Killington Classic Motorcycle Rally
Place:The Foundry at Summit Pond
Price:See website for details
Time:See website for schedule of events

The Classic is Vermont’s premier motorcycle event featuring some of the best touring in New England along the picturesque roads of Vermont. Presented by Americade, the rally returns to the Foundry Restaurant for the second year, featuring social events, a vendor village, stunt shows, live music, and a 12-mile parade of bikes.

8/27/15 - 9/5/15 in Weston

THE GLASS MENAGERIE at Weston Playhouse Theatre Company
Place:Weston Playhouse
Time:T-Sat 7:30, W&Sat 2:00, Sun 3:00
Contact Name:Emily

By Tennessee Williams The timeless American masterpiece Tennessee Williams’ classic of the American stage is a deeply personal and haunting “memory play”. An aging Southern Belle longs for her youth and dreams of a better life for her children. Her restless son (a would–be poet and the story’s narrator) gets swept in his mother’s funny and heartbreaking schemes to find a husband for his painfully shy sister. 2 hours 30 minutes including intermission.

8/28/15 - 8/28/15 in Williston

Fit for Duty 5K
Place:Champlain Valley Crossfit
Price:$25 adults $10 ages 12 and under
Contact Name:Liza Reed

Join Special Olympics Vermont for the Fit for Duty 5K on Friday, August 28th at 6pm. This fun fitness event is presented by Bond Auto Parts and hosted at Champlain Valley CrossFit (1191 South Brownell Road) in conjunction with the Williston Police Officers Association, and the Williston Professional Firefighters Association. All ages and abilities are welcome. Join us in supporting the 1,140 athletes of Special Olympics Vermont!

8/28/15 - 8/30/15 in Bondville

218th Annual Bondville Fair
Place:Bondville Fair Grounds
Price:See website for details
Time:10:00 am gates open

The Greatest Little Fair in Vermont! $10 Admission/ $5 Senior Citizens. New this year, Five Buck Friday! Only $5 on Friday. For a schedule of events, please visit

8/28/15 - 8/30/15 in Barnet

Mindful Gardening: A Meditation Retreat
Place:Karme Choling
Time:7:30 am
Phone:(802) 633-2384

Do you want to learn how to meditate? Are you interested in gardening? With this program you will have the opportunity to explore how meditation and gardening can help you to get in touch with yourself and the beauty of the world. In this weekend retreat you will spend time exploring the basic training of mindfulness-awareness meditation both indoors and out—learning how to increase your ability to stay present for your life with light-hearted precision and wakefulness.

8/28/15 - 9/6/15 in Essex Junction

Champlain Valley Fair
City:Essex Junction
Place:The Champlain Valley Exposition
Price:Adults: $12.00, Children (5-12) $5.00
Time:All Day
Phone:(802) 878-5545

An entire summer of fun packed into 10 great days! Check website for schedule of events

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Killington

Cooler In The Mountains Concert Series
Place:Snowshed Lodge - Killington Resort
Time:3:30 pm

Nostalgic fans rock out to Live at the Fillmore's sonic tribute to the Allman Brothers Band.

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Burlington

Team Tryouts and Intro to Dragon Boating
Place:Lake Champlain Community Sailing Center
Time:9am - 12pm
Contact Name:Liisa Rivera

We're looking for fit, determined, male and female athletes with a competitive spirit to help fill out our Premier and Senior A racing teams. Open to anyone 18 or over! Premier - The fastest adult paddlers, regardless of age. Senior A - athletes 40+ Tryouts will consist of: • Max pushups in 2 minutes • Max squat jumps in 2 minutes • Plank for time • 500m row (on a rowing erg) The top male and female times win a free month of training with Malia. The test will take approximately 30 minutes to complete (including rest time). Introductory dragon boat session will follow the testing. Sign up for a slot at (or or just show up.

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Dorset

Dorset Quarry Concert to Feature the Don’t Leave Band
Place:Dorset Quarry
Time:5:30 pm

The Dorset Chamber of Commerce and the Friends of the Quarry are sponsoring a free concert at the Dorset Quarry on Saturday, August 29, weather permitting with the famous Don’t Leave Band. Nan-Z, whose hotdogs, brats and sausages have delighted locals and visitors for over 25 years, will set up her cart at the quarry for the concert

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Wilmington

Taking It To The Streets
Place:Downtown Wilmington
Time:2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Downtown merchants and restaurants take it to the streets with street food, sidewalk sales. Join us for an afternoon of fun! -

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Burlington

Kwame Binea Shakedown
Place:Red Square
Contact Name:Francesca Spinosi
Phone:(802) 859-8909

Roots-Rock band, Kwame Binea Shakedown will get you groovin' right our of your seat this Saturday at Red Square. With Kwame's soulful edge and the band's funky approach, together they offer a unique music style. The band will be performing tracks from their recently released EP, along with a few cover songs.

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in East Charleston

Ecological Timber Harvesting Demo
City:East Charleston
Place:North Woods Stewardship Center
Price:Cost: $10-25 (sliding scale)
Time:9:30 am-12:30 pm

What’s new in the Lydia Spitzer Demonstration Forest? This summer we’ll be conducting a low-impact timber harvest in a Norway spruce plantation. Come see tree felling and small-scale tractor/forwarder logging equipment in action while learning about silvicultural treatments we’re using to make this timber stand more ecologically resilient in a changing climate. Please be prepared for a morning outdoors with up to ½ mile of walking on rough trails.

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in East Charleston

Yoga for Well-Being & Potluck Lunch
City:East Charleston
Place:NorthWoods Stewardship Center
Price:$10-$15 (sliding scale)
Time:10 am-12 pm

Come to NorthWoods and take a break from the business of the season to practice aligned asana (yoga postures), pranayama (breath work), and meditation in this 2-hour yoga session with Northeast Kingdom certified yoga teacher Tina Ghantous. After the session, stay for a potluck-style lunch afterwards to refuel your body and mind. Please bring your favorite dish to share and your own mat. This class is appropriate for all yoga levels and abilities.

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Stowe

Northern Third Piano Quartet
Place:Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center
Time:8:00 pm
Contact Name:Matt Winter

The Northern Third Piano Quartet returns to Spruce Peak performing a powerful musical program that includes solo and duo music of Mozart, Shostakovich, Middlebury composer Jorge Martin, and Schumann, the Piano Quartet in E-Flat Major, op. 47, one of the greatest works in the piano quartet repertoire. The Northern Third Piano Quartet with members violinist Sofia Hirsch, violist Elizabeth Reid, cellist John Dunlop and pianist Alison Bruce Cerutti performs throughout Vermont to both audience and critical acclaim. Recent venues include Norwich University, the Barre Opera House and the Brandon Music Concert Series. The ensemble has been noted for its strength of ensemble playing and emotive musicality, offering audiences a showcase of Vermont's remarkable talent.

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Ripton

Abbey Pond presented by New England Wild Flower Society
Place:Abbey Pond, Green Mountain National Forest
Price:$44 (Member) / $55 (Nonmember)
Contact Name:Director of Public Programs
Phone:508.877.7630 *3303

The high peaks of Green Mountain National Forest may be out of reach for some, but Abbey Pond is just a stone’s throw from town. The walking trail winds through untouched forest, includes three stream crossings and ends at Abbey Pond, an undiscovered wetland full of interesting plants, nesting great blue herons, and other wildlife.

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Canaan

24th Annual North Country Moose Festival
Place:Community Recreation Park
Price:$4 for any attendee over 5 years old
Time:7 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Contact Name:Britni White

Craft fair, food vendors, classic auto show, contests, live entertainment, kids activities & more!

8/29/15 - 8/29/15 in Burlington

Evangeline Performing @ Radio Bean
Place:Radio Bean Coffeehouse
Price:Free - $3-5 suggested tip
Time:7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Contact Name:Evangeline
Phone:(802) 660-9346

New York, NY (July 28, 2015) – Singer-songwriter Evangeline is to perform at the well-known music venue, Radio Bean in Burlington, VT on Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. She will perform songs from her debut album, Verbatim, as well as some covers of famous hits. Her soulful jazz-pop mix of singing, together with instruments such as ukulele, guitar, piano, and electric kazoo give her a unique and playful sound. The use of humor, tap-dance, harmonizing and looping provide an entertaining live show. Performing artist Sara Bareilles credited Evangeline with “[A] great voice and really unique sound.” Rich in poetic beauty and packed with harmonic wordplay, her debut album Verbatim offers several racks including the title track, Verbatim. Her music can be previewed and purchased through iTunes or Spotify. Nightly live music and a light menu of bagels, panini and baked goods keep the Radio Bean a hip and hopping local hangout. Every night of the week offers a variety of local bands and performers.

8/29/15 - 8/30/15 in Vergennes

Vergennes Day
Place:Vergennes City Park
Time:Friday - 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Vermont's smallest city goes big with bandstand concerts, artisan vendors, kids' activities, 5K and 10K races, a chicken barbecue, and more.

8/29/15 - 8/30/15 in Ludlow

Okemo Valley Antique & Classic Car/Motorcycle Show
Place:Fletcher Farm School, Route 103
Price:$5 for cars and spectators
Time:Sat., Aug. 29, 10 a.m. and Sun., Aug. 30, 3 p.m.

Auto enthusiasts get in gear for a high-octane exposition featuring a cruise-in, a car parade and an awards ceremony. Food, vendors and music round out the fun.

8/30/15 - 8/30/15 in Weston

Solstice Sakbuts - The Sundays on the Hill Concert Series
Place:Church on the Hill
Price:$5.00 children under 12 free
Time:3:30 pm
Contact Name:Chris Yuengling

The Solstice Sackbuts is a chamber trio offering many types of programs, including medieval and Renaissance music, as well as Classical programs, pop and jazz. Open seating. Parking at the church and around the Weston Village Green.

8/30/15 - 8/30/15 in Burlington

Stretch & Sip Yoga in the Tap Room at Switchback!
Place:Switchback Brewing Company
Time:10:00AM - 11:00AM
Contact Name:Amy Lieblein

Join us for a special 'Stretch & Sip' event on Sunday, August 30th from 10:00AM - 11:00AM with Sarah Quinttus from SoulShine Power Yoga. $20 includes a 1 hour yoga class and a pint or flight! Sarah will be teaching an all-levels 60 minute Vinyasa flow class followed by a pint or flight of your choice. Bring your own mat and quench your thirst with friends after class with a glass or two of Switchback! Space is limited and pre-registration is encouraged. Call or visit the Tap Room to sign up! Please arrive at least 15 minutes early!

8/30/15 - 8/30/15 in Peru

Drumming in Church? Amen!
Place:Congregational Church
Time:9:30 AM
Contact Name:Saragail Benjamin
Phone:(802) 768-8640

Join Saragail Benjamin at the Congregational Church, Main St, Peru, VT, as she drums with the congregation during services, Sunday, August 30, 9:30-10:30 AM. Play together and learn about SARAGAIL’S PLAYALONG APP, to benefit kids with cancer. FREE. Fun for all ages. More info:

8/31/15 - 8/31/15 in Weston

Cruise In at The Vermont Country Store
Place:The Vermont Country Store
Time:5.30 pm
Contact Name:Deb

Take a Spin Down Memory Lane. On Monday, August 31st, from 5.30 -7.30 pm, 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.

8/31/15 - 8/31/15 in Woodstock

“Labor & Leisure” at Billings Farm & Museum
Place:Billings Farm & Museum
Price:Adults: $14, seniors: $13, children ages 5-15 $8, ages 3 & 4 $4, 2 & under free.
Time:10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Lend a hand building a rail fence, working in the heirloom garden, and enjoy 19th century games. Experience the latest in 19th century laundry techniques. There's even ice cream making with samples for all - after the cranking is done. Horse-drawn wagon rides will be offered from 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Admission includes all activities and programs, plus the operating dairy farm, farm life exhibits, and the restored and furnished 1890 Farm House, plus an added bonus - the 28th Annual Quilt Exhibition featuring colorful selection of contemporary Vermont quilts.

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