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Barre
Sep 20, 2014 through Sep 21, 2014
 43rd Annual Women's Barbershop Show
Annual Show with Internationally ranked local women's a cappella barbershop chorus. Theme- "Dream On!" Take an entertaining and funny musical journey in the director's head as she plans an annual show.
Barre Opera House (6 North Main St)
7:00 pm
Free
802-498-8545 Web Site | Map

Barre
Sep 27, 2014 through Sep 28, 2014
4th Annual Fall Foliage Clearance Sale
Best deals anywhere on dollhouses, components, miniatures, electrical supplies. Free technique demonstration at 11 am. Lunch provided.
Real Good Toys Factory Outlet (10 Quarry Street)
Saturday 9 am - 4 pm
Free
802-479-2217 Web Site | Map

Berlin
Oct 3, 2014 through Oct 4, 2014
Friday Night Fires with the Deadicated Trio
Weve got yet another wonderful round of live music for you! Our Friday Night Fires are continuing with the Grateful Dead cover band, Deadicated. Join us from 7:00  9:00 pm on Friday, October 3rd for a night of groovin and wine pourin. Lets put on a show that would make Jerry Garcia himself proud. And if the weather is nice, we'll host the music out on the lawn!
Fresh Tracks Farm, Vineyard, and Winery (4373 VT Rt 12)
Free
802-223-1151 Map

Cabot
Sep 23, 2014 through Sep 24, 2014
 Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project
Dr. Jack Mayer tells the story of a holocaust hero who rescued 2,500 children from the Warsaw ghetto, and how three Kansas teenagers, sixty years later, helped to bring that heros forgotten story to the world. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Cabot Public Library, Willey Building (3084 Main St)
Tuesday, 7:00 pm
Free
802-563-2721 Web Site | Map

Cabot
Oct 18, 2014 through Oct 19, 2014
 Cabot Apple Pie Festival
Cabot Apple Pie Festival Sat., October 18, 2014 9am - 3pm Cabot School gym Main St (Rte 215)& Common Rd, Cabot village Free admission & parking, handicapped accessible Adult & junior contests, cash & ribbons for best homemade pies. Raffles, craft show, silent auction. Pies & lunch sold. Pie contest entry deadline: 10:30am. After judging, entered and donated pies are sold. Small contest entry fee. Volunteers welcome! All proceeds benefit Cabot Historical Society.
Cabot School gym (Route 215 (Main St) & Common Road)
Sat. 9 am - 3 pm
Free
802-563-3396 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Sep 18, 2014 through Sep 19, 2014
 The 39 Steps
A Hitchcock masterpiece + a juicy spy novel + Monty Python + romance + old- timey stage-craft x a ridiculously talented cast of 4 = The 39 Steps. A fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theater! Nonstop laughs, with over 150 zany characters "Theater at its Finest." - NY Times Ingenious! A Dizzy Delight. - Daily News
Lost Nation Theater (39 Main St)
Varied
Adm.
802-229-0492 or 239-980-1750 Map

Montpelier
Sep 22, 2014 through Sep 23, 2014
 Adventures in Poetry: Efficient Novels New England Style
This reading and group discussion led by poet Geof Hewitt challenges participants perceptions of poetry with poems by contemporary New England writers. The goal is to increase each participants awareness of the quick and dirty, direct expression awaiting anyone who goes looking for a few good poems. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Westview Meadows Dining Room (171 Westview Meadows Rd)
Monday, 2:30 pm
Free
802-223-1068 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Sep 23, 2014 through Sep 24, 2014
 Discussion of VT READS book, Wonder
A discussion on Wonder, a New York Times bestseller, with scholar Francette Cerulli. This program is open to the public. VT Reads is a program of the Vermont Humanities Council and hosted by the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
Kellogg-Hubbard Library (135 Main Street)
starts at 6:30 PM
Free
802-223-3338 or 802-223-4665 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Sep 25, 2014 through Sep 26, 2014
 Comedy of Errors
2 sets of twins, separated at birth, are reunited. But only after a Rube Goldberg of mistaken identities, witty dialogue, puns & plot-twists. "Rowdy Fun - The Guardian
Lost Nation Theater (39 Main St)
Varied
Adm.
802-229-0492 or 239-980-1750 Map

Montpelier
Oct 1, 2014 through Oct 2, 2014
 Book Signing: Moses Robinson and the Founding of Vermont
Superior Court Judge Robert Mello signs his new full-length biography about Moses Robinson, perhaps Vermont's most important founding father you never heard of. New book published by the Vermont Historical Society.
Vermont History Museum (109 State St.)
Wed., 4:30-6:00 pm
Free
802-479-8519 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 1, 2014 through Oct 2, 2014
 1814: America Forged by Fire
American sovereignty was not assured until 1814, when England acknowledged it with the Treaty of Ghent. Historian Willard Sterne Randall relates the dramatic events that saved the nation and established 1814 as a seminal year in our history. Part of the First Wednesdays series. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Kellogg-Hubbard Library (135 Main Street)
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
Free
802-223-3338 Map

Montpelier
Oct 3, 2014 through Oct 4, 2014
Vermont Celebrates American Craft Week
The State of Vermont is a major sponsor of American Craft Week that takes place all over the state with participating activities and festivals including Fall Open Studio Weekend, with 127 sites participating. Other participants include the 36th Anniversary of the Putney Craft Tour, the Craftproducers art and craft festivals in Manchester and Stowe , Readsboro Glassworks Open Studio, among others.
Vermont Artisan Designs (Main Street)
802-258-3992 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 4, 2014 through Oct 5, 2014
Fall Open Studio Weekend 2014
Most Vermont craftspeople work in studios located in or close to their residences. These are places of production and inspiration located in downtowns as well as at the ends of dirt roads. Wherever their locations, they are exciting places to visit because they reflect the dynamic yet organized process that is used to produce the finished work of art. This is the weekend to visit as many as you can fit in!
Statewide in over 130 locations.
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. each day
Free
802-223-3380 or 802-223-3380 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 16, 2014 through Oct 17, 2014
Behind the Scenes: Gardens of Paris
A sneak preview of Gardens of Paris, a small group interpretive tour designed to educate and inspire. Well take you behind the scenes as we plan the trip and photograph a variety of gardens. Well introduce you to charming courtyard gardens, a medieval herb garden, green pockets and lush parterres, share insights, and seek out hidden corners of the most fantastic city in the world. Presented by Karen Kane and Charlotte Albers.
Kellogg-Hubbard Library (135 Main St.)
10/16/13 7:00 PM
802-223-3338 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 18, 2014 through Oct 19, 2014
 Capital City Concerts presents "From Paris with Love"
The Paris Piano Trio has been the undisputed favorite ensemble on Capital City Concerts. After a six year hiatus, members of that group return to Montpelier to perform piano quartets of Faur and Mozart.
Unitarian Church of Montpelier (130 Main Street)
7:30PM
Adm.
802-223-6743 or 802-793-9291 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Feb 8, 2015 through Feb 9, 2015
 Beethoven & Arnowitt VIII
In 1989, Michael Arnowitt began his novel presentation of the 32 Beethoven piano sonatas, matching his age as he performs the various sonatas with Beethoven's age as Beethoven composed them. 2015 marks the end of this unique project with Beethoven's final three piano sonatas universally regarded as among the most transcendent music of all time.
Unitarian Church of Montpelier (130 Main Street)
Sunday, 3PM
Adm.
802-223-6743 Web Site | Map

Waitsfield
Oct 10, 2014 through Oct 11, 2014
 Baked Beads 22nd Annual Columbus Day Weekend Tent Sale
75% less than retail - $3 earrings, $5 necklaces & bracelets, $20/3-scarves, tights, novelty socks, Blue Q pouches & more, Anne Taintor gifts, hair accessories, hats, mittens, candles, slippers, pashminas, jewelry displays, and beads One free scarf of choice per customer with $50 purchase 2014 Shop to Benefit Program Recipient - Harwood Rwanda Program
Under the Tent (Route 100 at 46 Carroll Road)
Fri., Sat. & Sun., 10 am-5 pm
Free
802-496-2440 Web Site | Map

Waitsfield
Oct 12, 2014 through Oct 13, 2014
Mad Dash
The Mad Dash is a classic Vermont foot race benefiting the Mad River Path Association's work to create a network of public pathways in the Mad River Valley. The event includes 5K and 10K running races and a free Kids Fun Run. Following the event - great food, music and fun for the whole family.
Meadow Road
10 am
Registration Fee
802-496-7284 Web Site | Map

Waitsfield
Oct 12, 2014 through Oct 13, 2014
Sugarbush Mad Dash Running Race
The Mad Dash is a classic Vermont foot race benefiting the Mad River Path Association. The event features 5K and 10K running races, a and kids fun run. Participants are treated to a delicious lunch, refreshments, music from the Phineas Gage Project and commemorative tee shirt.
10am
Registration Fee
802-496-7284 Web Site | Map

Waterbury Center
Oct 2, 2014 through Oct 3, 2014
 Chicken Pie Supper
Waterbury Center Community Church will hold a Chicken Pie Supper on October 2. Settings at NOON, 5pm & 6:30. Cost $10. adult $5. Children (3-10) Reservations 1-802-244-8955 Menu Chicken Pie, mashed potato, sqiash, cole slaw, pie & beverage. Church is on Rt 100 next to the Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Take out are available.
Waterbury Center Community Church next to the Cold Hollow Cider Mill (Waterbury/Stowe Rd. Rt. 100)
Thurs. noon, 5pm or 6:30pm
Adm.
802-244-8089 Map

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