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1/3/15 - 3/29/15 in Stowe

Menagerie: Animals in Art
City:Stowe
Place:West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park
Email:art@westbranchgallery.com

In the exhibition, “Menagerie: Animals in Art”, twelve artists, working in painting and sculpture, portray a variety of animals: foxes, cows, dogs, horses, turkeys, bees, hedgehogs, butterflies, bobcats, and more. Artists include Aline Ordman, Adelaide Tyrol, Anna Dibble, Christopher Griffin, Gabriel Tempesta, Gary Milek, Georganna Lenssen, Giovanna Cecchetti, Janet Fredericks, Karen Petersen, Nissa Kauppila, and Rebecca Kinkead. The exhibition runs January 3rd, 2015 to March 29, 2015 in the Central Gallery of West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park. An artist reception will take place on February 28th, 2015 from 6-8:30PM.


2/1/15 - 4/5/15 in Burlington

Turkish Language Classes Start on February 1, Sunday
City:Burlington
Place:Turkish Cultural Center - 125 College Street 5th Fl Burlington
Price:$175 + $35 book
Time:10 am - 12 pm
Contact Name:Adem Aydin
Phone:(802) 448-0458
Email:info@tccvt.org

Turkish Language Classes start at Turkish Cultural Center Vermont. www.tccvt.org You learn not only Turkish grammar, but you also put what you learn into practice in various ways: playing games; learning songs; receiving visits from native speakers of Turkish; and watching TV commercials, soap operas, and cartoons. You get to participate for free in the Center's various activities. You get to converse with native speakers of Turkish. You may have the opportunity to participate in trips to Turkey organized by the TCC (you would be responsible only for the airfare). You get to use the TCC's library, which features movies, CDs and books. You get to enjoy free pretzels, Turkish cookies and sweets, plus an endless supply of tea, which are provided during class. You get to engage in unlimited E-mail correspondence with our teachers, thereby improving your written Turkish. - Our classes compose Intensive lessons. - New term contains 25 hours an it lasts 10 weeks. - Each session takes 2.5 Hours. Our recommended break is 10 minutes. - Minimum of 3 students is required for each class. Maximum is 10.


2/10/15 - 3/8/15

Winter Sampler Tour by Backroad Discovery
Place:Manchester, VT
Price:$35 pp.
Time:1 - 3 PM
Contact Name:Sharon O'Connor
Phone:802-362-4997
Email:bckrddisc@aol.com

If you don't feel like taking to the slopes, the Winter Sampler tour is a wonderful alternative to skiing or shopping. Discovery the beauty, nostalgia, history & attractions of the country backroads. Stops include; sweeping mountain/valley vistas, an internations woodworking factory & retail shop, an abandoned marble quarry, a fine art display gallery, a peak inside a 5-star historic inn, the birthplace of Vermont and more. Travel in our 10 passenger tour vehicle or our 4 passenger SUV with local guide. Advance reservations are necessary & can be made by email or calling 802-362-4997.


2/14/15 - 6/3/15 in Stowe

Subtle, Not Subtle: Evocative Nuance
City:Stowe
Place:West Branch Gallery
Price:FREE
Phone:802-253-8943
Email:art@westbranchgallery.com

“Subtle, Not Subtle: Evocative Nuance” focuses on the delicate complexity of artwork by Marc Civitarese, Janis Pozzi-Johnson, Jonathan Prince, and Helen Shulman. An artist reception will take place on February 28th, 2015 from 6-8:30PM.


3/4/15 - 3/6/15 in Bondville

Women on SnoW Ski Camp
City:Bondville
Place:Stratton Mountain Resort
Time:9am
Contact Name:Devon
Phone:18007872886
Email:feedback@stratton.com

This multi-day women’s camp is designed to supercharge your skiing skills! Increase your confidence in a supportive, fun environment with other like-minded women. Coached by elite guest coaches and Stratton’s top women instructors, you will experience the ultimate in personalized coaching, camaraderie, fitness, and fun.


3/5/15 - 3/8/15 in Fairlee

15th Annual Ladies Get-a-Way Weekends at Lake Morey Resort
City:Fairlee
Place:Lake Morey Resort
Price:Starts at $281 for the weekend
Phone:(802) 333-4311
Email:info@lakemoreyresort.com

More like a mini-summer camp than a typical spa weekend with girlfriends, the Ladies Get-a-Way Weekends offer dozens of diverse activities at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, VT. Offered March 5-8, 2015 and March 19-22, 2015, the weekends have become a tradition when groups of female friends “take over” the resort, which is filled with non-stop entertainment from check-in to check-out. Guests can take advantage of Lake Morey’s Ladies Get-a-Way Two-Night/Three Day package to experience this one-of-a-kind, women-only weekend. The two-night package (Friday – Sunday) starts at $281 per person, double occupancy, plus 18% service charge and 9% VT tax. Each additional adult in the room is $90/night. The package includes lodging, breakfast and dinner daily, a welcome reception, in-room gift, and all entertainment and classes. Spa services are available for an additional charge.


3/6/15 - 3/6/15 in Brattleboro

Gallery Walk Sampling
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:Free
Time:5-6:30pm
Phone:802-246-2821

Come stop by and enjoy free samples throughout the Co-op during Gallery Walk!


3/6/15 - 3/6/15 in Burlington

First Friday Art, Burlington
City:Burlington
Place:Throughout Burlington
Price:Free
Time:5-8PM
Contact Name:Chris at Art Map Burlington
Phone:(802) 264-4839
Email:info@artmapburlington.com

Burlington’s art scene is hopping in March with openings and events all over town. Over 25 galleries and art venues stay open late to share Burlington’s incredible art scene. Visit the Art Map Burlington website to see a list of participating venues.


3/6/15 - 3/6/15 in Burlington

Authors’ Luncheon 2015, National MS Society
City:Burlington
Place:Hilton Burlington Hotel
Price:$50 per ticket, to purchase tickets, tables or sponsorships, please contact the National MS Society, Greater New England Chapter at 802-871-5231 or www.MSnewengland.org
Time:12:00pm
Contact Name:Adele Forbes, Director of Development – The National MS Society, Greater New England Chapter
Phone:802-871-5231
Email:adele.forbes@nmss.org

“They have penned award winning novels, New York Times bestsellers, even a cult-classic horror movie, one is a Rockefeller, and all three are authors lending their support to the National MS Society.” The March 6th Authors’ Luncheon in Burlington, Vermont is the winter literary event celebrating MS Awareness Week (March 2-8) and is a chance for the entire community to mingle with best-selling authors as well as demonstrate their support for a great cause and the people of Vermont whose lives are affected by MS. This year’s authors represent some of the finest, newest and/or most accomplished writers. Andre Dubus III – Author of six books: The Cage Keeper and Other Stories, Bluesman, and the New York Times bestsellers, House of Sand and Fog, The Garden of Last Days (soon to be a major motion picture) and his memoir, Townie, a #4 New York Times bestseller and a New York Times "Editors Choice". Eileen Rockefeller – Author, public speaker, venture philanthropist, and social entrepreneur. Her recently published memoir, Being a Rockefeller, Becoming Myself, details a journey of finding herself amidst one of America's most storied families. William Martin – Award-winning New York Times bestselling author of ten novels – including The Lincoln Letter, a PBS documentary, book reviews, magazine articles, and a cult-classic horror movie. Authors will sign books before and after lunch. Books will be available for sale exclusively from Barnes & Noble


3/6/15 - 3/6/15 in Stowe

Sugarbad
City:Stowe
Place:The Matterhorn Bar & Grill
Price:10
Time:9:30 pm
Contact Name:Mike Del Priore
Phone:2127776727
Email:mike@ei-pr.com

New York's fierce funk/soul group SugarBad is celebrating the release of their newest album ?"Up In The Clouds"!? Combining funk, rock, and soul SugarBad channels artists such as Sharon Jones & The Dap King and Janelle Monae, but are unlike most typical funk-soul acts since they have the intensity of a rock band.?


3/7/15 - 3/7/15 in Ludlow

Light the Night Rail Jam
City:Ludlow
Place:Okemo Mountain Resort/Bull Run
Price:$20 entry fee
Time:6:00 PM
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:802-228-1600
Email:n/a

Okemo is lighting up the snow on Bull Run for skiers and riders of all ages to show off their best moves. $5,000 in cash and prizes is up for grabs. A new rail garden, constructed specifically for this event will be an optimal venue for participants and spectators alike. Registration is from 3-5pm inside the base lodge second floor. The competition starting at 6:00pm on Bull Run. $20 entry fee gets you the chance to win a chunk of over $5000 in cash and prizes.


3/7/15 - 3/7/15 in Stowe

Trapp Family Lodge Wedding Show
City:Stowe
Place:Trapp Family Lodge, e 700 Trapp Hill Road, Stowe, VT
Price:$15 per person/$20 Pair
Time:1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:802-253-5770
Email:n/a

Curated Wedding Event Showcasing the Natural and Romantic Wedding Spaces at Trapp Family Lodge along with our Favorite Wedding Vendors. Featuring Area Photographers, Florists, Planners, DJ’s, Hair/Make Up Vendors and Much More! Enter to Win a Free, 2-Night Stay at the Lodge. Book Your Wedding at the Show to Receive 10% off your Wedding Reception. $15 per Person or $20 per Pair Includes Wedding Show Entry, Trail Passes for the Day and Free Rentals


3/7/15 - 3/7/15 in Stowe

Wine Tasting In The Trapp Family Wine Cellar
City:Stowe
Place:Trapp Family Lodge 700 Trapp Hill Road Stowe, Vermont 05672
Price:$20
Time:4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:802-253-8511
Email:n/a

We will be tasting new releases of Loire Chenin Blanc, for inclusion on our list. The format will be casual, walk around with cheese and bread. The wines featured will be: Château Moncontour, Vouvray “Demi-Sec” 2013 Domaine des Hauts de Sanziers, Saumer 2011 Pascal Janvier, Coteaux du Loir 2013 Les Rocher des Violettes, “Touche-Mitaine”, Montlouis-sur-Loire 2011 Domaine La Grange Tiphaine, “Clef de Sol”, Montlouis-sur-Loire 2011 A sign-up sheet will be available at the front desk (253-5742 or 800-826-7000) and there will be a $20.00 fee per person.


3/7/15 - 3/7/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Down Under
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Discover animals that spend the winter under snow and ice! Who takes a snooze and who still cruises around, down under? We’ll explore what it takes to be an animal under cover this winter. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.


3/7/15 - 3/7/15 in Woodstock

Working Woodlands Workshop - Chillin' with the Chickadees
City:Woodstock
Place:Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, Woodstock VT
Price:Free
Time:10:00am-1:00pm
Contact Name:Christine Frohloff
Phone:802-457-3368 x26
Email:christine_frohloff@partner.nps.gov

Visit the winter forest with park ecologist Kyle Jones. We will learn winter bird identification by sight and sound, and also look at the forested habitats birds use for summer breeding. Snowshoes and binoculars will be available if needed. Bring appropriate outdoor clothing and a snack. Workshop will begin at the Forest Center. Parking available at the Billings Farm & Museum parking lot.


3/7/15 - 3/7/15 in Essex Junction

Vermont CARES: Live & Silent Auction
City:Essex Junction
Place:Essex Resort & Spa
Price:$ 40 (includes food and drinks)
Time:7:00 PM
Contact Name:Christian Pinillos
Phone:802.863.2437
Email:christian@vtcares.org

Vermont CARES is proud to host its annual auction at the Essex Resort and Spa in Essex, VT. Attendees at the 2015 auction will be guaranteed great company in solidarity and support of Vermont CARES, unsurpassed auction items (both live and silent) proffered by our lively auctioneer Jamie Polli of GameshowsVT, as well as ample and delicious food. Tickets are $40 in advance and $ 45 at the door. You can buy your tickets online by www.vtcares.org. If you want to mail a check instead, please send it along with the names of the people for whom you're purchasing tickets so we can register them. Please mail to Vermont CARES, P. O. Box 5248, Burlington VT 05402. You can also buy tickets at the door. Some of this year's auction items include: Travel, dining, jewelry, housewares and more! All funds raised will go towards the expansion of our HIV prevention, education programs and to expand the services given to people living with HIV/AIDS.


3/7/15 - 3/8/15 in Bondville

Windells “On The Road” Camp
City:Bondville
Place:Stratton Mountain Resort
Phone:18007872886
Email:marketing@stratton.com

Windells is packing up, hitting the highway and taking a winter vacation. This leading summer snowboard and ski camp for 27 years is bringing their "On The Road" Camp to Stratton again this March!


3/8/15 - 3/8/15 in Brattleboro

Brattleboro Music Center Faculty Recital - Michelle Liechti & Chonghyo Shin
City:Brattleboro
Place:Centre Congregational Church
Price:Ticket prices: Patron: $30, General $15, Student $10. Free to BMC students 18 and under.
Time:4:00 pm
Contact Name:Mary Greene
Phone:802-257-4523
Email:Mary@bmcvt.org

Michelle Liechti will perform Bach for solo violin; Chonghyo Shin will perform Debussy for solo piano; and together they will perform Beethoven and Brahms for violin and piano. For tickets and information please call the Brattleboro Music Center at 802-257-4523, or visit bmcvt.org


3/8/15 - 3/8/15 in East Charleston

Small-Scale Winter Timber Harvesting
City:East Charleston
Place:NorthWoods Stewardship Center
Price:$10
Time:10am-12:30pm
Contact Name:Sam Perron
Phone:8027236551
Email:events@northwoodscenter.org

With a blanket of snow and woodland creatures being less active, winter in northern Vermont is perfect for minimal-impact logging. Come see our ongoing timber harvesting with an eye toward ecological forestry. NorthWoods staff will demonstrate tree felling and log extraction using a tractor and forwarding trailer, while discussing the logistics and silviculture that promote our forest’s long-term health. Please come prepared to be outside on rough trails regardless of the weather! Presented with support from the Vermont Working Lands Enterprise Board.


3/8/15 - 3/8/15 in Marlboro

Marlboro College Presents Music for a Sunday Afternoon: New Music for Saxophone and Guitar
City:Marlboro
Place:Marlboro College
Price:free
Time:3pm
Contact Name:Matthew Barone
Email:mbarone@marlboro.edu

Saxaphone artist Christopher Creviston and guitarist Oren Fader have been performing together since 2005, pulling from a repertoire of pieces written specifically for them by notable composers from John Anthony Lennon to Dorothy Chang. Each renowned artists in their own right, Fader is a member of the contemporary ensembles Cygnus, Fireworks, and Poetica Musica, and Creviston appears regularly with the Capital Quartet and with pianist Hanna Creviston. Danial Coombs of Audiophile Audition called their recent album, Thrash, “One of the most creative and rewarding collections of the totally unusual I have ever experienced.”


3/9/15 - 3/9/15 in Montpelier

What’s Up Your Sleeve, Grandpa?
City:Montpelier
Place:Kellogg Hubbard Library
Price:Free
Time:7:00 PM
Contact Name:Liz Medina
Phone:802-223-3338
Email:vista@kellogghubbard.org

Rob Mermin, founder of Circus Smirkus presents a hands-on “magic class” of easy-to-do tricks, puzzles, and homemade amusements to impress youngsters. Ordinary objects become magical! Surprise yourself and others! Experience that “Wow, Grandma is so cool!” reaction. You will learn how in the very first minute. No skill required! These are simple tricks of science and wonder that can immediately be taught to kids. Bring a notebook. For all ages and family members, but especially grandparents.


3/10/15 - 3/10/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Sugaring
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Near the end of winter, before spring has sprung, something special happens in the woods of Vermont. Come learn about the exciting process of making maple syrup, take a taste test of last year’s harvest and vote for your favorite grade of syrup. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.


3/10/15 - 3/10/15 in East Charleston

Skiing Naturalist: Signs, Tracks, & Habitats
City:East Charleston
Place:NorthWoods Stewardship Center
Price:$15, lunch & skis included
Time:10am-12:30pm
Contact Name:Maria Young
Phone:8027236551
Email:events@northwoodscenter.org

Come see the wild side of NorthWoods on skis while looking for signs of animal life as we tour around the trails and through the woods. Bring your own knowledge of tracking and learn from an experienced tracker on spotting clues that help us understand how an animal moves and survives in a winter environment. Appropriate for experienced skiers. Apres-ski, enjoy a homemade hot lunch in the lodge and relax by the fire.


3/10/15 - 3/10/15 in Burlington

Grow Your Business - Leasing Expo at Burlington Town Center
City:Burlington
Place:Burlington Town Center - Upper Level, near Famous Footwear
Price:Free
Time:3-5 PM
Contact Name:Erika Constantine
Phone:802-658-2545 x216
Email:erika.constantine@burlingtontowncenter.com

Your business starts now, with new leasing opportunities tailored to Vermont businesses and entrepreneurs. Whether a retailer, café, shop, kiosk or new business concept, join us on Tuesday, March 10 from 3-5 p.m. for a special presentation of leasing plans to match your business goals. As a tenant, enjoy low risk rental rates, flexible lease terms, no cost marketing assistance, a range of store footprints and sizes, and consultation on store design, construction and business strategies. So what are you waiting for? Your path to success starts at Burlington Town Center on Tuesday, March 10.


3/11/15 - 3/11/15 in Burlington

Vermont Stage presents SLOWGIRL
City:Burlington
Place:FlynnSpace 153 Main Street
Price:Wed, Thurs, Sat Mat, Sun Mat performances : $32.00 Adults, $28.80 Students Fri, Sat night : $37.50 Adults, $33.75 Students
Time:7:30PM
Contact Name:Abbie Tykocki
Phone:8028621497
Email:abbie@vtstage.org

Vermont Stage presents SLOWGIRL. A teenager flees to her reclusive uncle's retreat in the Costa Rican jungle to escape the aftermath of a harrowing accident. The week they spend together forces them both to confront who they are as well as what it is they are running from. Continuing our collaboration with Shelburne playwright Greg Pierce, this play is an intimate and elegant glimpse at two people seeking forgiveness and finding the courage to confront the past.


3/11/15 - 3/11/15 in Montpelier

Community Cinema: The Homestretch
City:Montpelier
Place:Kellogg Hubbard Library
Price:Free
Time:7:00 PM
Contact Name:Liz Medina
Phone:802-223-3338
Email:vista@kellogghubbard.org

The Homestretch follows three homeless teens as they fight to stay in school, graduate, and build a future. Each of these smart, ambitious youths — Roque, Kasey, and Anthony — will surprise, inspire, and challenge audiences to rethink stereotypes of homelessness as they complete their education while facing the trauma of being alone and abandoned at an early age. Their personal stories connect with larger issues of poverty, race, juvenile justice, immigration, foster care, and LGBTQ rights.


3/12/15 - 3/12/15 in Burlington

ECHO AfterDark PechaKucha Night
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:free with admission
Time:7:00 p.m.
Contact Name:Steve Perkins
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Join friends and neighbors from around the region as they present fast-paced and visually striking slideshows using the international PechaKucha format. Explore how we can all make a difference in our world with this fun and engaging evening. Free for members, $5 for all others. Lite snacks and cash bar.


3/12/15 - 3/12/15 in Montpelier

The Dark Tale of Orville Gibson: A Vermont Mystery
City:Montpelier
Place:Hubbard Library
Price:0
Time:6:30
Contact Name:Liz Medina
Phone:802-223-3338
Email:vista@kellogghubbard.org

Retired Barre judge Stephen B Martin presents the story of Orville Gibson, a Newbury farmer whose frozen body was found in the Connecticut River on March 26, 1958 and has remained a controversy for over half a century. The investigation into Gibson’s death and the subsequent trials and acquittals have made the case one of Vermont’s most famous “murder” investigations. Martin offers the fullest account of the events leading up to the victim’s disappearance and death in his new book The Dark Tale of Orville Gibson: A Vermont Mystery. He will give a presentation of the book, in addition to selling and signing copies of it at the event.


3/12/15 - 3/12/15 in Burlington

Vermont Stage presents SLOWGIRL
City:Burlington
Place:FlynnSpace 153 Main Street
Price:Wed, Thurs, Sat Mat, Sun Mat performances : $32.00 Adults, $28.80 Students Fri, Sat night : $37.50 Adults, $33.75 Students
Time:7:30PM
Contact Name:Abbie Tykocki
Phone:8028621497
Email:abbie@vtstage.org

Vermont Stage presents SLOWGIRL. A teenager flees to her reclusive uncle's retreat in the Costa Rican jungle to escape the aftermath of a harrowing accident. The week they spend together forces them both to confront who they are as well as what it is they are running from. Continuing our collaboration with Shelburne playwright Greg Pierce, this play is an intimate and elegant glimpse at two people seeking forgiveness and finding the courage to confront the past.


3/12/15 - 3/12/15 in Brattleboro

Meet the herb of the Month: Milky Oat Seed/Oat Straw
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:Free
Time:11am-1pm
Contact Name:Susan
Phone:802-246-2832
Email:susans@sover.net

Sample an alcohol-free, mineral-rich nerve tonic, and get loads of information about using immature oat seeds and oatstraw to nourish and restore. Bring our BFC Herbal Educator Susan your questions about preparation, use, or maybe even growing your own patch! Stop by the Wellness department and learn why herbalists treasure this plant.


3/12/15 - 3/12/15 in Brattleboro

Seafood Spectacular!
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:Free
Time:11:30-1:30pm
Contact Name:Susie
Phone:802-246-2846
Email:slucbfc@sover.net

Join the Seafood Department for free samples of fresh fish! Black River Produce will be bringing a bounty directly from the boats of Boston Harbor. They’ll be shucking two different kinds of oysters, cooking some mini crab cakes, and more!


3/12/15 - 3/15/15 in Bondville

Vermont Open
City:Bondville
Place:Stratton Mountain Resort
Time:All Weekend
Contact Name:Tony
Phone:18007872886
Email:feedback@stratton.com

Over $20,000 in prize money. Rail Jam, Slopestyle, Big Air & Banked Slalom. Registration is open. An event designed for snowboarders by snowboarders.


3/13/15 - 3/13/15 in Brattleboro

Wine & Appetizers at the Co-op
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:Free
Time:4:30-6:30pm
Contact Name:Anna
Phone:802-246-2822
Email:demobfc@sover.net

Come sample wines from our large selection, paired with delicious appetizers. For patrons 21 years or older with a valid ID.


3/14/15 - 3/14/15 in Plainfield

EarthWalk Field Institute: Winter Tree ID
City:Plainfield
Place:Hawthorn Meadow, Goddard College
Price:$25, pre-registration required. No one turned away for lack of funds!
Time:1:00pm
Phone:802-454-8500
Email:info@earthwalkvermont.org

Join EarthWalk Mentor Anika Klem as we learn about barks and buds of trees and shrubs of the North Woods, and how to identify them without their leaves.


3/14/15 - 3/14/15 in Brattleboro

Let Them Eat Pi Day!
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:Free
Time:11am-3pm
Contact Name:Anna
Phone:802-246-2822
Email:demobfc@sover.net

Come try pies made by young members of the co-op family, and vote on your favorites! If you’re 16 years or younger, make a pie, (with very little parental help), and deliver to the the Co-op between 11am and 12pm on Saturday the 14th. Recipes must accompany the pie. Sampling and judging will be done by customers from 1-3pm. Shortly after that the votes will be tallied and the winners revealed! There are prizes for the top three picks. Call 802-246-2822 for questions and details.


3/14/15 - 3/14/15 in Ludlow

Sugar Daze
City:Ludlow
Place:Okemo Mountain Resort/Jackson Gore Courtyard
Price:Free
Time:2:30 PM
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:800-78-OKEMO
Email:n/a

When the maple sap starts running, Okemo taps into the sweet sounds of rock! Sugar Daze is a free outdoor concert extravaganza in the Jackson Gore courtyard with a beer garden and barbecue from 3-10 p.m. Opening the show from 3-4pm will be CK3 , a trio of amazing musicians who put a twist in classic tunes. Second up, from 4:30 - 6pm, will be Brad Corrigan from the band Dispatch , an American indie/roots band. Alternative rock band Switchfoot headlines the show, from 6:30 - 8pm, with their signature raw honesty that has continued to inspire the group's hordes of loyal fans. Switchfoot first gained mainstream recognition with the inclusion of four of their songs in the 2002 movie A Walk to Remember. This recognition led to their major label debut, The Beautiful Letdown, which was released in 2003 and featured the hits "Meant to Live" and "Dare You to Move". It went on to sell over 2.6 million copies. They have since been noted for their energetic live shows, and their seventh studio album Hello Hurricane received a Grammy award in 2011 for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album. Admission is FREE! V.I.P AREA A limited number of VIP Passes will be available for $75. Pass includes: VIP concert credentials heated tent front row viewing area complementary selected appetizers 5 drink tickets Buy your VIP Pass online now!


3/14/15 - 3/14/15 in Warren

Sugaring Time Festival
City:Warren
Place:Sugarbush 102 Forrest Drive Warren, VT 05674 : Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen
Price:n/a
Time:9:00AM - 8:30PM
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:(802) 583-6300
Email:n/a

Celebrate the start of spring and sugaring season with a delicious variety of maple themed activities. Search for maple nips in a resort wide scavenger hunt and win sweet prizes, play maple-inspired games, indulge in maple dining specials, and more. 10:00 AM- 4:00 PM-Maple Syrup Scavenger Hunt: Find the VT maple syrup nips that we have hidden all around the mountain. Bring yours in to guest services at Lincoln Peak or Mt. Ellen, and be entered into a drawing to win prizes. Every finder is a winner. 10:00 AM- 5:00 PM- Maple inspired cuisine in food and drinks in food and beverage outlets. 10:00 AM- 5:00 PM- Maple Harvest Specialties, serving Maple Cotton Candy, Maple Kettle Corn, Sugar on snow (served the Vermont way with a pickle and a doughnut hole) 10:00 AM-11:00 AM- Doughnut Eating contest. Winner will recieve a small prize. One time per kid. 3:00 PM- 6:00 PM- Live Après Music. - See more at: http://www.sugarbush.com/vermont-activities-events/calendar/sgb/sugaring-time-festival-2072#sthash.gZMzXeKK.dpuf


3/14/15 - 3/14/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Sugaring
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Near the end of winter, before spring has sprung, something special happens in the woods of Vermont. Come learn about the exciting process of making maple syrup, take a taste test of last year’s harvest and vote for your favorite grade of syrup. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.


3/14/15 - 3/14/15 in Manchester Center

From the Ground Up: Farm, Food, Table
City:Manchester Center
Place:Manchester Community Library
Price:Free Event
Time:9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Contact Name:Cindy Waters
Phone:802.549.4577
Email:events@mclvt.org

Celebrate the farm-to-table movement with farm and food experts who will look at the local food system, how and why young people are seeking the farming life, and how local restaurants and caterers are making menus local. Complimentary lunch. Sponsored by Bank of Bennington. Online registration encouraged. Free and Open to Farmers and the General Public.


3/14/15 - 3/29/15 in Weston

Sugar On Snow at The Vermont Country Stores
City:Weston
Place:Weston, VT
Price:Free
Time:12:00 PM-2:30 PM
Contact Name:Pam Frett
Phone:802-362-5950
Email:n/a

Come to The Vermont Country Store every Saturday and Sunday, starting March 14th and experience a time honored tradition of sweet maple syrup drizzled on snow…. When the two meet it is Heaven on Earth, the combination of the sweet sticky maple with the cold crunchy snow are a true delight. Add the classic dill pickle and finish with a donut – the combination in your mouth is AMAZING! We are also doing maple syrup sampling – do you know the difference between Grade A Golden Delicate, Grade A Amber Rich and Grade A Dark Robust. Come and sample them for yourself and find out what grade of maple syrup you like the best. At both the Rockingham and Weston stores. 802.362.5950


3/14/15 - 3/29/15 in Rockingham

Sugar On Snow at The Vermont Country Stores
City:Rockingham
Place:Rockingham, VT
Price:Free
Time:12:00 PM-2:30 PM
Contact Name:Pam Frett
Phone:802-362-5950
Email:n/a

Come to The Vermont Country Store every Saturday and Sunday, starting March 14th and experience a time honored tradition of sweet maple syrup drizzled on snow…. When the two meet it is Heaven on Earth, the combination of the sweet sticky maple with the cold crunchy snow are a true delight. Add the classic dill pickle and finish with a donut – the combination in your mouth is AMAZING! We are also doing maple syrup sampling – do you know the difference between Grade A Golden Delicate, Grade A Amber Rich and Grade A Dark Robust. Come and sample them for yourself and find out what grade of maple syrup you like the best. At both the Rockingham and Weston stores. 802.362.5950


3/15/15 - 3/15/15 in Brattleboro

Side-By-Side Cheese Tastings
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:Free
Time:3:30-5:30pm
Contact Name:Ms. Cheese
Phone:802-246-2852

Try free samples and learn about different families of cheeses with the Brattleboro Co-op Cheese Department!


3/15/15 - 3/15/15 in Brattleboro

Brattleboro Food Co-op Shareholder Forum
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op Community Room
Price:Free
Time:5-7pm
Phone:802-246-2821
Email:eocbfc@sover.net

A forum created by shareholders, for shareholders and open to the general public. Some issues being discussed to date: hiring of the general manager and store manager, policy governance, improving participation and communication. All voices honored!


3/16/15 - 3/16/15 in Brattleboro

Vermont Symphony Orchestra
City:Brattleboro
Place:Latchis Theatre
Price:General admission seating within sections. A- $35; B- $25; C- $15
Time:7:00 pm
Contact Name:Mary Greene
Phone:802-257-4523
Email:Mary@bmcvt.org

amie Laredo, conductor William Short, Bassoon Co-presented with the Brattleboro Music Center and the Latchis Theatre in Brattleboro. ERIK NIELSEN Fanfare in Bb MOZART Symphony No. 31, "Paris" DAVID LUDWIG Pictures from the Floating World SCHUMANN Symphony No. 1 "Spring"


3/16/15 - 3/16/15 in Montpelier

FREE TRAINING: Understanding Non-Profit Financials for Board Members
City:Montpelier
Place:Kellogg Hubbard Library
Price:Free
Time:6:30PM
Contact Name:Liz Medina
Phone:802-223-3338
Email:vista@kellogghubbard.org

Are you on a non-profit board? Are you unsure of what the numbers mean when you get financial reports? Has anyone ever explained your financial management responsibilities as a board member? This presentation is for you! Non-profit staff are also welcome. Presented by Suzanne Eikenberry, a consultant specializing in non-profit financial services. For more information, contact Suzanne Eikenberry at suzanne.eikenberry@gmail.com


3/16/15 - 3/16/15 in Middlebury

Authors Chris McGrory Klyza & Stephen Trombulak Talk About the 2nd Ed. 'The Stor
City:Middlebury
Place:Vermont Book Shop
Price:Free
Time:7:00PM
Contact Name:Susan Sylvia
Phone:603-448-1533
Email:susan.sylvia@dartmouth.edu

In an interview with environmentalist Bill McKibben, Klyza and Trombulak will discuss the geological, ecological, and cultural forces that came together to produce contemporary Vermont. In this, the second edition of their book, they assess the changing landscape and its inhabitants, from its pre-human evolution up to the present, with special focus on forests, open terrestrial habitats, and the aquatic environment. This event is hosted by the Vermont Book Shop. Plan for an enjoyable evening!


3/17/15 - 3/17/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Colors
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Where have all the colors gone? Vermont winters are long and a bit drab. It is time to bring a burst of color into our lives. We’ll share a story and experiment with all the colors of the rainbow. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.


3/17/15 - 3/17/15 in East Charleston

Lynx and Marten Conservation Update
City:East Charleston
Place:NorthWoods Stewardship Center
Price:$5
Time:4:30-6pm
Contact Name:Maria Young
Phone:8027236551
Email:events@northwoodscenter.org

Jillian Kilborn is a wildlife biologist with NH Fish and Game. Her job responsibilities include forest and wildlife habitat management on NH Fish and Game lands, as well as coordinating research and management of American marten and Canada lynx throughout NH. Ms. Kilborn will share the conservation update on American marten and Canada lynx in northern Vermont and New Hampshire.


3/17/15 - 3/17/15 in Brattleboro

Co-op Growler Beer Sampling
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op
Price:Free
Time:4-6pm
Contact Name:Jeff
Phone:802-246-2816
Email:winebfc@sover.net

Taste some of our great selection of locally & regionally brewed of beers available in our growler refill program! Free to patrons over 21 with a valid ID. Where else would you think to buy your beer in bulk!?


3/19/15 - 3/19/15 in Montpelier

Growing Rice in Central Vermont
City:Montpelier
Place:Kellogg Hubbard Library
Price:Free
Time:6:00pm
Contact Name:Liz Medina
Phone:802-223-3338
Email:vista@kellogghubbard.org

Growing rice in Vermont is possible and you can do it, too. Sjon Welters, of Rhapsody Natural Foods, speaks on how he has grown rice over the past 6 years and learn about rice cultivation - from a simple bucket to paddy-style. Sjon Welters started off growing rice with 30 seeds he'd gotten during a rice growing workshop at a NOFA conference 7 years ago. Now his family is eating their own Cabot-grown rice planted in paddies in the back of Rhapsody's tempeh shop. A Transition Town program.


3/19/15 - 3/19/15 in Manchester

VT PBS Film Screening - Tales from a Yiddish Theatre
City:Manchester
Place:Manchester Community Library
Price:Free Event
Time:6:30 p.m.
Contact Name:Cindy Waters
Phone:802.549.4577
Email:events@mclvt.org

Film screening and discussion of a profile of Montreal's thriving Yiddish performing arts community, which is helping to spur a renaissance in Yiddish culture. Brief discussion led by Professor Harvey Flaxman will follow film.


3/20/15 - 3/20/15 in Manchester

VT PBS Film Screening - Tales from a Yiddish Theatre
City:Manchester
Place:Manchester Community Library
Price:Free Event
Time:2 p.m.
Contact Name:Cindy Waters
Phone:802.549.4577
Email:events@mclvt.org

A profile of Montreal's thriving Yiddish performing arts community, which is helping to spur a renaissance in Yiddish culture. Brief discussion led by Prof. Harvey Flaxman will follow.


3/20/15 - 3/20/15 in Manchester

Authors Chris McGrory Klyza and Stephen Trombulak Talk About the 2nd Ed. of 'The Story of Vermont'
City:Manchester
Place:Northshire Bookstore, 4869 Main Street
Price:Free
Time:6:00pm
Contact Name:Susan Sylvia
Phone:603-448-1533
Email:susan.sylvia@dartmouth.edu

Klyza and Trombulak will discuss the geological, ecological, and cultural forces that came together to produce contemporary Vermont. In this, the second edition of their book, they assess the changing landscape and its inhabitants, from its pre-human evolution up to the present, with special focus on forests, open terrestrial habitats, and the aquatic environment. Please join us for an engaging evening!


3/20/15 - 3/20/15 in Brattleboro

Harvest of the Month Celebration: Beet Chocolate Cupcakes
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op Cooking Classroom
Price:Free, Pre-Registration Required
Time:4-6pm
Contact Name:Vicky
Phone:802-246-2842
Email:eobfc@sover.net

Come meet the harvest of the month: roasted red beets! We'll incorporate them into a delicious sweet treat in the cooking classroom. While our cupcakes bake, we'll throw together a bright beet salad to snack on.


3/21/15 - 3/21/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Colors
City:Burlington
Place:EHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Where have all the colors gone? Vermont winters are long and a bit drab. It is time to bring a burst of color into our lives. We’ll share a story and experiment with all the colors of the rainbow. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.


3/21/15 - 3/21/15 in Hartford

Sugar on Snow Supper
City:Hartford
Place:Hartford
Price:$10 Adults, $4 Children
Time:5:00 PM
Contact Name:Carol Cronce
Phone:8022952510
Email:carol.cronce@gmail.com

Sugar-on-Snow supper at Greater Hartford United Church of Christ, Route 14, Hartford, VT. March 21 and 28. Menu: baked ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, cole slaw, homemade rolls; raised donuts, sugar-on-snow for dessert. Adults $10, children under 12 $4, pre-school free. Reservations recommended at 802-295-2510. Handicapped accessible. Servings at 5 and 6 p.m.


3/21/15 - 3/21/15 in Ludlow

Vermont Specialty Food Day
City:Ludlow
Place:Okemo Mountain Resort
Price:Free
Time:8:00 am
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:802-228-4041
Email:info@okemo.com

Event Categories: Children Activities, Community/Volunteer Event, Family Activities, Farmers Markets, Food/Drink, Health/Fitness, Local/Regional Interest


3/21/15 - 3/22/15 in Derby

Wheeler Family Maple Museum Grand Opening
City:Derby
Place:259 Derby Pond Road Derby, VT 05829
Price:n/a
Time:10:00am- 4:00 PM
Contact Name:Steve & Amy Wheeler
Phone:(802) 766-2700
Email:n/a

Free Sugar on Snow and wood-fired maple pizza both days. Bonfire on Saturday from 4 pm – 8 pm. Bring the family and explore how our family has made maple syrup over the generations. Our museum is located in the sugarhouse that Steve grew up sugaring in. Weather permitting we will be boiling the old-fashioned way in the museum. Tours of our new eco-friendly modern sugarhouse will also be available. Be sure to check out our website, www.jedsmaple.com, for more details as we get closer to the event.


3/21/15 - 3/28/15 in Essex Junction

The Neuroscience of Mindfulness
City:Essex Junction
Place:Living Room at 8 Railroad Ave Essex Jct, VT
Price:$50 for two 3-hour seminars
Time:10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Contact Name:Matthew MacKinnon
Phone:8029996131
Email:matthewwilliam4811@gmail.com

Pre-registration Required Please email: MatthewWilliam4811@gmail.com to get on pre-registration list. Matthew MacKinnon of MindfulnessMD.com, a doctor in training, guides this series on the art, science, and practice of mindfulness. The series will meet for two 3 hour sessions on March 21st and March 28th. Cost for the entire series is $50 per participant and must be rendered prior to first lecture. Website: http://bit.ly/MindfulVT


3/22/15 - 3/22/15 in Brattleboro

Brattleboro Music Center Chamber Music Series: Heath Quartet
City:Brattleboro
Place:Centre Congregational Church
Price:Preferred Seating $30 (available by advance purchase only) General Seating $20
Time:7:30 pm
Contact Name:Mary Greene
Phone:802-257-4523
Email:Mary@bmcvt.org

Brattleboro Music Center Chamber Music Series: Heath Quartet Oliver Heath and Cerys Jones, violins; Gary Pomeroy, viola; Christopher Murray, cello. For tickets and information please call the Brattleboro Music Center at 802-257-4523, or visit bmcvt.org Haydn: Quartet in E flat major, op. 76 no. 6 (1799) Janacek: Quartet No. 1 'The Kreutzer Sonata' (1923) Beethoven: Quartet in C sharp minor, Op. 131


3/23/15 - 3/23/15 in Montpelier

LGBT Series Book Discussion: The Price of Salt
City:Montpelier
Place:Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Price:0
Time:6:30
Contact Name:Liz Medina
Phone:802-223-3338
Email:vista@kellogghubbard.org

We have plenty of copies of the book available to check out at the library. This discussion will be led by a scholar.


3/23/15 - 3/24/15 in Richford

Vermont Maple Open House Weekend
City:Richford
Place:Green Ox Pastures Maples, 1477 Montgomery Road, East Berkshire, Vt. 05447
Price:n/a
Time:10:00am- 4:00 PM
Contact Name:The Greene Family
Phone:(802) 309-8275
Email:info@oxpasturemaples.com

Sugarhouse tours, free taste testing, sugar on snow, and cider donut holes. Maple syrup and sugar available for sale. New last year, see our new reverse osmosis (RO) machine.


3/24/15 - 3/24/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Spring
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Is it Spring yet? Come and share the signs of spring you have noticed and we will celebrate the small changes as we head into the new season. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.


3/25/15 - 3/25/15 in Montpelier

Innovation and the Clean Energy Renaissance
City:Montpelier
Place:Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Price:0
Time:6:30
Contact Name:Liz Medina
Phone:802-223-3338
Email:vista@kellogghubbard.org

155 gorgeous photographs will take you around the world . . . and fill you with hope. We will look closely at the Big Questions. No scientific jargon, no political slant. John’s language is crystal clear. Ample time for questions after the Show. Presented by John Slade. John Slade has lived as an English teacher with the Sami reindeer people above the polar circle in northern Norway. He learned from the Sami about changing weather, changing snow, the difficulties when the reindeer calves are born. He lived with Norwegian fishermen on the island of Henningsvaer above the polar circle, during the great cod season in the spring. He learned from fishermen about shifting currents, shifting seasons, shifting fish. Now John Slade is learning from the maple sugar farmers of Vermont.


3/26/15 - 3/26/15 in Brattleboro

Co-op Kids: Chickpea Party!
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op Cooking Classroom
Price:Free, Pre-Registration Required
Time:3:30-5pm
Contact Name:Vicky
Phone:802-246-2842
Email:eobfc@sover.net

How do you make cookies out of beans? Come find out! We'll roast crunchy chick peas for snacking, make homemade hummus, and delicious peanut butter chickpea cookies. It's a chickpea party!


3/26/15 - 3/26/15 in Brattleboro

Windham Orchestra Lunchtime Concert -- Calm At the Storm's Eye
City:Brattleboro
Place:Latchis Theatre
Price:Name your price $5 - $50
Time:noon
Contact Name:Mary Greene
Phone:802-257-4523
Email:Mary@bmcvt.org

Calm at the Storm's Eye Charles Dodge: Elegy for Viola and Orchestra (premiere) Rimsky-Korsakoff: Russian Easter Festival Richard Strauss: Oboe Concerto, Jessica Murrow, oboe Windham Orchestra Concerto Competition winner


3/27/15 - 3/27/15 in Brattleboro

Ask an Herbalist: Herbs for Stress
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op Community Room
Price:Free
Time:6-7:30pm
Contact Name:Susan
Phone:802-246-2832
Email:msbfc@sover.net

Regardless of what gets you stressed, its effects can range from nervous agitation and anxiety to fatigue and compromised immunity. Herbs can make us more resilient, keep us calm, and help us adapt. The key is knowing who should use which herbs and when they should use them. Join a lively discussion with three skilled local herbalists to learn more about how to deal with life's inevitable stresses.


3/28/15 - 3/8/15 in Hartford

Sugar on Snow Supper
City:Hartford
Place:Hartford VT
Price:$10 Adults, $4 Children under 12
Time:5:00 PM
Contact Name:Carol Cronce
Phone:802-295-2697
Email:carol.cronce@gmail.com

Sugar-on-Snow supper at Greater Hartford United Church of Christ, Route 14, Hartford, VT. March 21 and 28. Menu: baked ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, cole slaw, homemade rolls; raised donuts, sugar-on-snow for dessert. Adults $10, children under 12 $4, pre-school free. Reservations recommended at 802-295-2510. Handicapped accessible. Servings at 5 and 6 p.m.


3/28/15 - 3/28/15 in Ludlow

HOPS ON THE SNOW BEER FESTIVAL
City:Ludlow
Place:Okemo Mountain Resort
Price:Admission is Free // Beer Tasting is $15
Time:11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Phone:(802) 228-1600
Email:info@okemo.com

Admission to Hops on the Snow is free and open to the public aged 21 and older (attendees must present valid ID) and will feature 10 new seasonal brews for sampling. Pricing for the beer tasting is $15, which includes a souvenir six ounce glass and four samples. Additional sample tickets will be priced at $3 each. Glasses and tickets will be sold at event. In addition to the regional brews, Okemo will be serving up fresh-from-the-grill fare and delicious barbecue favorites. Music will be provided by Beatles tribute band Studio Two.


3/28/15 - 3/28/15 in East Charleston

Cheesemaking Workshop
City:East Charleston
Place:NorthWoods Stewardship Center
Price:$45
Time:9am-3:30pm
Contact Name:Maria Young
Phone:8027236551
Email:events@northwoodscenter.org

Barbara Levin of Hope Farm leads this hands-on introductory class, covering preparation of soft cheeses, proper kitchen sanitation, choosing milk products, and cheese tasting. Participants should bring a lunch and four pint-sized take-home containers.


3/28/15 - 3/28/15 in East Charleston

Kingdom Coffeehouse Presents: The Sky Blue Boys
City:East Charleston
Place:NorthWoods Stewardship Center
Price:$10 including light refreshments
Time:7pm
Contact Name:Maria Young
Phone:8027236551
Email:events@northwoodscenter.org

Banjo Dan and Willy Lindner team up for a a cross-section of traditional and acoustic music.  With two voices, guitars, banjo, mandolin, autoharp, 12-string, dobro and more we deliver a show characterized by the high energy of bluegrass, the subtleties of folk and the hilarity of old-time string-band music.  And a huge emphasis on fun.


3/28/15 - 3/28/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Spring
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Is it Spring yet? Come and share the signs of spring you have noticed and we will celebrate the small changes as we head into the new season. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.


3/28/15 - 3/28/15 in Cambridge

Maple Sugar Festival at the Boyden Valley Winery
City:Cambridge
Place:Boyden Valley Winery 64 VT-104, Cambridge, VT 05444
Price:Free
Time:10:00 am-5:00 PM
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:(802) 644-8151
Email:info@boydenvalley.com

The Boyden Valley Winery will host a variety of family friendly activities from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm including sugar on snow, maple syrup sample tastings, demonstrations of maple sugaring with a traditional wood-fired evaporator, winery tours at 11:30 am and 1:00 pm (tours suitable for all ages). There will also be featured maple wines, liqueur, and Vermont Ice Hard Cider, and donuts with maple cream will be available at the sugar house while they last.


3/28/15 - 3/29/15 in Shelburne

Shelburne Farms Vermont Maple Open House Weekend
City:Shelburne
Place:Shelburne Farms, 1611 Harbor Road, Shelburne, VT 05482
Price:Free
Time:9:00 am- 2:00 PM
Contact Name:n/a
Phone:Office phone: 802-985-8686.
Email:n/a

Join us to learn about the sugaring process and see where maple syrup comes from. We’ll have events and activities both Saturday and Sunday (check times below), including a 4-H Pancake Breakfast, activities in the sugarbush (maple syrup tastings!), and live bird presentations.


3/29/15 - 3/29/15 in Brattleboro

Windham Orchestra -- Calm At the Storm's Eye
City:Brattleboro
Place:Latchis Theatre
Price:Name your price $5 - $50
Time:3:00 pm
Contact Name:Mary Greene
Phone:802-257-4523
Email:Mary@bmcvt.org

Calm at the Storm's Eye Charles Dodge: Elegy for Viola and Orchestra (premiere) Rimsky-Korsakoff: Russian Easter Festival Richard Strauss: Oboe Concerto, Jessica Murrow, oboe Windham Orchestra Concerto Competition winner


3/30/15 - 3/30/15 in Brattleboro

Co-op Kids Egg Bonanza!
City:Brattleboro
Place:Brattleboro Food Co-op Cooking Classroom
Price:Free, Pre-registration required
Time:3:30-5pm
Contact Name:Vicky
Phone:802-246-2842
Email:eobfc@sover.net

Join us in the Cooking Classroom where we'll dye eggs for you to take home using natural colors, and then you can hunt for hidden eggs that are filled with surprises. After all that, we'll team up and have egg races... Wowsa!


3/31/15 - 3/31/15 in Burlington

Story Explorers: Water
City:Burlington
Place:ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price:Free with admission
Time:10:30 a.m.
Contact Name:Noella Krakowski
Phone:877.324.6386
Email:info@echovermont.org

Water is all around us. But where does it come from and where does it flow? We’ll read Water by Frank Asch and then explore the magical properties of water. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.



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