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Colchester, Vermont

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Colchester Vermont, is the fourth-largest municipality and second-largest town in Vermont by population. Located in Chittenden County, in the beautiful Lake Champlain Valley, just north of Burlington Vermont, the population was 17,067 in the 2010 census.

In the southeastern part of Colchester, public bus service is provided by the Chittenden County Transportation Authority.

There is a very popular annual fishing event in Colchester, it is called the "Lake Champlain International Father's Day Fishing Derby" (LCI) and thousands of fishermen participate each year.

Some noted residents of Colchester included: Tom Brennan, former University of Vermont (UVM) men's basketball coach; Ray Collins, former pitcher for the Boston Red Sox; and Donato Giancola, science fiction & fantasy illustrator.

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Vermont Events in December


Bella Voce Tis the Season Holiday Concerts 12/7/19 - 12/7/19

Bella Voce’s ‘Tis the Season holiday concerts will immerse you in the revels of the Renaissance with special guest artists the Champlain Consort, an early music ensemble that features period instruments including recorders, reeds, percussion and a sackbut or two! This phenomenal women’s chorus will guide you on a journey of holiday music through the ages – from early-renaissance masterpieces by Monteverdi and Palestrina to traditional carols to contemporary holiday classics by Eric Whitacre and Eleanor Daley. A very merry celebration you won’t want to miss!


Bella Voce 'Tis the Season Holiday Concert 12/8/19 - 12/8/19

Bella Voce’s ‘Tis the Season holiday concerts will immerse you in the revels of the Renaissance with special guest artists the Champlain Consort, an early music ensemble that features period instruments including recorders, reeds, percussion and a sackbut or two! This phenomenal women’s chorus will guide you on a journey of holiday music through the ages – from early-renaissance masterpieces by Monteverdi and Palestrina to traditional carols to contemporary holiday classics by Eric Whitacre and Eleanor Daley. A very merry celebration you won’t want to miss!


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