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Benson
Jun 21, 2014
 Benson Bear Obstacle Challenge #2
3.1 -or- 6.2 CHALLENGING MILES of x-country and wooded terrain with 30+ -or- 50+ obstacles and challenges on the famous "BENSON BEAR" obstacle challenge course in Benson, Vermont. This is an obstacle heavy course inspired, designed and built by Rob Butler. See pictures at www.ShaleHillAdventure.com
Shale Hill Adventure Farm, LLC (517 Lake Road)
Adm.
802-537-3561 Web Site | Map

Benson
Jul 19, 2014
 TRI-OBSTACLON
Register at http://raceroster.com/events/2014/2406/tri-obstaclon Non-traditional triathlon: Mountain bike single track & gravel roads, swim, mountain bike back to start & finish with a run on our 5K or 10K obstacle course at Shale Hill Adventure Farm
Shale Hill Adventure Farm (517 Lake Road)
Registration Fee
802-537-3561 Web Site | Map

Benson
Aug 2, 2014
 Benson Bear Obstacle Challenge #3
3.1 -or- 6.2 CHALLENGING MILES of x-country and wooded terrain with 30+ -or- 50+ obstacles and challenges on the famous "BENSON BEAR" obstacle challenge course in Benson, Vermont. This is an obstacle heavy course inspired, designed and built by Rob Butler. See pictures at www.ShaleHillAdventure.com
Shale Hill Adventure Farm, LLC (517 Lake Road)
Adm.
802-537-3561 Web Site | Map

Benson
Sep 6, 2014
 Benson Bear Obstacle Challenge #4
3.1 -or- 6.2 CHALLENGING MILES of x-country and wooded terrain with 30+ -or- 50+ obstacles and challenges on the famous "BENSON BEAR" obstacle challenge course in Benson, Vermont. This is an obstacle heavy course inspired, designed and built by Rob Butler. See pictures at www.ShaleHillAdventure.com
Shale Hill Adventure Farm, LLC (517 Lake Road)
Adm.
802-537-3561 Web Site | Map

Brandon
Jun 21, 2014
The Northern Third Piano Quartet at Brandon Music
The Northern Third Piano Quartet performs a varied chamber music program including Brahms' Piano Quartet in C, Op. 60, the Mozart Duo in G for violin and viola, the Piston Duo for viola and cello, and Chopin's Fantaisie-Impromptu Op. 66. Violinist Sofia Hirsch, violist Elizabeth Reid, cellist John Dunlop, and pianist Alison Bruce Cerutti. A pre-concert dinner is available. Reservations are recommended for the performance and required for dinner. BYOB. Show $15, dinner & show $35
Brandon Music (62 Country Club Rd.)
7:30pm
Adm.
802-465-4071 Web Site | Map

Brandon
Jun 21, 2014 through Aug 31, 2014
 The Roots of Rock ï‚Ønï‚… Roll Exhibit
As part of this summer's town-wide ï‚ØBrandon Rocks On' theme, the Compass Music and Arts Center traces the birth of rock and roll music from 1955 up to the "British Invasion" of the Beatles and other groups in 1964. Clothing, record players and other artifacts from the period will help bring back plenty of memories for everyone who grew up in those fast changing times, while younger generations will be introduced to a time before iPods and mobile music.
Compass Music and Arts Center (333 Jones Drive)
Daily, 10-5pm
Free
802-247-4295 Web Site | Map

Brandon
Jun 24, 2014 through Aug 23, 2014
 Art Rocks Brandon
Art Rocks Brandon, and a Rockin' Auction will take place Saturday, Aug. 23rd, 7pm, at the Brandon Town Hall. 30+ rocking chairs are now on display in the streets and store windows. Members of the Brandon Artists Guild, under the leadership of Warren Kimble, have artfully painted vintage rockers of all shapes and sizes. This is the Brandon Artists Guildï‚…s 11th Community Arts project starting with the Really Big Pig Show in 2003. The proceeds will go towards art education in 8 local schools.
Brandon Town Hall (1 Conant Square)
All day every day
Free
802-247-4956 Map

Brandon
Jun 25, 2014
 Backpack Theater "Beauty & the Beast"
Beauty & the Beast performed by the Backpack Theater. 20 young actors ages 6 to 17 from Vermont. A great show for the kids (and parents) to start the summer vacation off. Free will offering
Brandon Town Hall
4 pm - 5:30 pm Wed.
Donation
Web Site | Map

Brandon
Jun 28, 2014
 The Portable Percussionist Plus Marimba
A combination of Marimba from Zero to Eight Mallets and Percussion music, a unique and visually spectacular concert. Tickets $5 in advance or at the door.
Brandon Town Hall (1 Conant Square)
7:30 - 10 pm
Adm.
802-247-0279 or 802-247-5420 Web Site | Map

Brandon
Jun 29, 2014
 Hand Colored Photography Workshop
The class, led by Melanie Considine will give an overview of the process, including print preparation, basic coloring techniques using photo oils, and finishing. Two to three photographs will be provided to work on, plus oils, and all of the necessary tools. The class fee is $65. The class size is limited and the deadline to register is June 27th.
Compass Music and Arts Center (333 Jones Drive)
11-3pm
Adm.
802-247-4295 Web Site | Map

Brandon
Jul 12, 2014
Maple Jam performs at Brandon Music
Maple Jam specializes in Grade A Fancy vocal arrangements of sweet love songs and swinging big band favorites. With their trademark rich blend of voices and smooth jazz harmonies, their repertoire ranges from classic jazz and swing to pop and ballads. A pre-concert dinner is available. Reservations are highly recommended for the show and required for dinner. BYOB. Show $15, Dinner and show $35.
Brandon Music (62 Country Club Rd.)
7:30pm
Adm.
802-247-4295 Web Site | Map

Brandon
Aug 29, 2014
 Point CounterPoint Faculty Concert
The faculty of Point CounterPoint chamber music camp will perform at Brandon Music as a benefit for the Compass Music and Arts Foundation.
Brandon Music (62 Country Club Rd.)
7pm
Donation
267-886-5359 or 267-886-5359 Web Site | Map

Castleton
Aug 23, 2014
Origami Program
Morgan Haynes has had a passion for origami since she was a child. She will be leading programs throughout the summer on the art and technique of origami. Join Morgan for this family-friendly program.
Bomoseen State Park (22 Cedar Mountain Rd.)
802-265-4242 or 802-349-2749 Web Site | Map

Chittenden
Jun 26, 2014
 Vermont Symphony Orchestra
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra TD Bank Summer Festival Tour returns to The Mountain Top Inn & Resort to perform on Thursday, June 26, 2014.
The Mountain Top Inn & Resort (195 Mountain Top Road)
5:30PM
Adm.
802-483-2311 Web Site | Map

Chittenden
Jun 26, 2014
 Vermont Symphony Orchestra 2014 TD Bank Summer Festival Tour
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra proudly presents "Let's Dance!" Bring a picnic, kick off your shoes, and join us for music from the world of dance - from waltzes to swing and polkas to salsa. Toe-tapping melodies by Strauss, Delibes, Borodin, and Gershwin will put you "in the mood" for dance hits from Benny Goodman and Glenn Miller. The 1812 Overture, marches, and fireworks conclude the show.
Mountain Top Inn (195 Mountain Top Road)
Thursday 7:30pm
Entry Fee
802-864-5741 or 802-864-5741 Web Site | Map

Hubbardton
Jun 22, 2014
 Battlefield Fourth Sunday
A Hubbardton resident from 1777 comes to life to talk with visitors about Ebenezer Fletcher, a 16 year old fifer in the battle who was captured by the British and escaped.
Hubbardton Battlefield (5696 Monument Hill Rd.)
Sun., 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
802-273-2282 Map

Hubbardton
Jul 4, 2014
 Soldiers Arrive from Mount Independence
A small group of intrepid reenactors who began a 26-mile retreat from Mount Independence in Orwell on July 3, arrive at Hubbardton. Watch for them along the roads and byways and greet them on their arrival. Call 802-273-2282 for details.
Hubbardton Battlefield (5696 Monument Hill Rd.)
mid to late afternoon
802-273-2282 Map

Hubbardton
Jul 5, 2014 through Jul 6, 2014
 Battle of Hubbardton Revolutionary War Weekend
The 237th anniversary of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Vermont. Named a 2014 Top Ten VT Summer Event by the VT State Chamber of Commerce! Reenactors portray soldiers who fought here. Tactical military demonstrations, drilling lessons, guided camp and battlefield tours, camp life activities, Mistress Davenport's Schoolroom, history scavenger hunt, colonial games, chnildren's activities, music and shopping on sutler's row. Revolutionary War battle maneuvers Sunday morning.
Hubbardton Battlefield (5696 Monument Hill Rd.)
Sat.,9:30 AM - Sun. 4:30 PM
802-273-2282 Map

Hubbardton
Jul 19, 2014
 Hubbardton Town 250th Anniversary Day
The Town of Hubbardton celebrates its 250th anniversary of the town charter with activities for all ages, including evening fireworks.
Hubbardton Battlefield (5696 Monument Hill Rd.)
2:00 PM - 9:30 PM
802-273-2282 Map

Hubbardton
Jul 20, 2014
 Moonlight in Vermont Astronomy Night
On the 45th anniversary of the first lunar landing, enjoy the waning moon and night sky with members of the Green Mountain Alliance of Amateur Astronomers. They bring telescopes and reveal the magic of moon and star light in Vermont. If you like, bring binoculars, blankets and flashlights. We provide marshmallows. If inclement weather, inside illustrated program. Call 802-273-2282 to confirm.
Hubbardton Battlefield (5696 Monument Hill Rd.)
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
802-273-2282 Map

Hubbardton
Jul 27, 2014
 Battlefield Fourth Sunday
A Hubbardton resident from 1777 comes to life to talk with visitors about the battle and life in the path of war, and leads a walk to the East Hubbardton Cemetery and back. Inside program if inclement weather.
Hubbardton Battlefield (5696 Monument Hill Rd.)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
802-273-2282 Map

Killington
Jun 21, 2014
 2014 Long Trail Century Ride to benefit Vermont Adaptive
The annual Long Trail Century Ride to benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports is a recreational century ride that starts and ends at Long Trail Brewery on Route 4 in Bridgewater Corners. Two shorter rides of 60- and 20-miles allow participants to cycle throughout the Killington region. After the ride, Long Trail Brewery will be your host for a ride celebration, complete with a full plate of food, live music and entertainment, flowing beverages, and other festivities.
Killington Region
All day party starts at 1 pm
Adm.
802-786-4991 Web Site | Map

Killington
Jul 10, 2014
 Woodchuck Revenge Concert
The River Road Summer Concert Series kicks off its 2014 season with Woodchuck Revenge.
Sherburne Memorial Library (River Road)
Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
Free
802-422-3932 Map

Killington
Jul 17, 2014
 Samirah Evans and Her Handsome Devils Concert
The River Road Summer Concert Series brings you Samirah Evans and Her Handsome Devils!
Sherburne Memorial Library (River Road)
Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
Free
802-422-3932 Map

Killington
Jul 31, 2014
 2nd Annual Killington Chili Cook-Off
The Killington Chili Cook-Off returns for its second year. Last years event attracted hundreds of visitors to the region and we're looking forward to an even larger crowd this year. Stop by and enjoy chili from the best local restaurants and enjoy live entertainment by the Chad Hollister Band!
Sherburne Memorial Library (River Road)
Thursday, July 31, 5-8 pm
Adm.
802-422-3932 Web Site | Map

Killington
Jul 31, 2014
 Chad Hollister Band Concert
The Chad Hollister Band joins us for the River Road Summer Concert Series while providing live entertainment for the 2nd Annual Killington Chili Cook-Off!
Sherburne Memorial Library (River Road)
Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
Free
802-422-3932 Map

Killington
Aug 7, 2014
 Dan Walker Solo Concert
The River Road Summer Concert Series brings you artist Dan Walker!
Sherburne Memorial Library (River Road)
Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
Free
802-422-3932 Map

Killington
Aug 14, 2014
 Joey Leone Concert
Guitarist Joey Leone playing at the Sherburne Memorial Library.
Sherburne Memorial Library (River Road)
6-7:30 pm
Free
802-422-3932 Map

Killington
Aug 24, 2014
 The Pan Handlers Concert
Join us as we welcome Caribbean Steel Drum Band the Pan Handlers for the River Road Summer Concert Series!
Sherburne Memorial Library (River)
Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm
802-422-3932 Map

Mount Holly
Aug 10, 2014
 The Old Country Fiddler: Charles Ross Taggart
Having grown up in Topsham, Vermont, Charles Ross Taggart went on to a forty-year career performing in countless stage shows across the country, including the famous Red Path Chautauqua circuit. Fiddler Adam Boyce portrays Mr. Taggart near the end of his career, circa 1936, sharing recollections of his life and career interspersed with live fiddling and humorous sketches. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Mount Holly Town Library (26 Maple Hill Rd)
Sunday, 4:00 pm
Free
802-259-2318 Web Site | Map

Poultney
Jul 12, 2014
Plant ID Walk
Join Steven for a Plant ID Walk through Lake St. Catherine. Learn to identify local flora ï‚š flowers, ediblies, medicinal
Lake St. Catherine (3034 VT Rte. 30 - South)
802-287-9158 Web Site | Map

Poultney
Aug 9, 2014
Origami Program
Morgan Haynes has had a passion for origami since she was a child. She will be leading programs throughout the summer on the art and technique of origami. Join Morgan for this family-friendly program.
Lake St. Catherine State Park (3034 VT Rte. 30 - South)
802-287-9158 Map

Rutland
Jun 20, 2014 through Jul 18, 2014
City Wide Sculpture Park
Pat Musick has been making art since she was four years old. She received her Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy from Cornell University and a Post-Doctoral Study at the University of Texas Medical Branch. She most recently was awarded the Vermont State Governorï‚…s Gallery Honoree in 2013. Eric David Laxman received a BS in Chemistry at Tufts University before studying at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. ï‚£Artist Eric David Laxman sculpts substantial and elegant pieces."
Chaffee Downtown (75 Merchants Row)
802-775-0356 Web Site | Map

Rutland
Jun 20, 2014 through Jul 25, 2014
 7th Annual Photography Contest: Farm & Food
FARM and FOOD feat photographer Lowell Snowdon Klock. Amateur photographers of all ages welcome. $10 fee for 1-3 photographs. Theme is Farm & Food. Submit unframed, unmounted 8?x10? photos. Will be mounted, framed, and on sale $40 with 50% of sale to the artist. Prizes for Judge's Choice, Best in Show, and Public's Choice. Submission by June 14 6pm Exhibit opening & public voting begins June 20 Award ceremony and reception June 27 5-8pm Contact (802) 775-0062 or info@chaffeeartcenter.org
Chaffee Art Center (16 South Main Street)
802-775-0062 Web Site | Map

Rutland
Jun 23, 2014 through Jun 27, 2014
Architecture and Engineering Art Camp
Ages 8-13 Campers will use elements of art, architecture, & engineering to make a variety of projects. Activities include cityscapes, floor plans design, miniature windmills, rubber band powered objects and more! Campers will go on a walking tour of Rutlandï‚…s Historic Architecture, visit the Energy Innovation Center and meet with an architect. Tuition: $155 members, $170 nonmembers
Chaffee Art Center (16 South Main Street)
802-775-0062 Web Site | Map

Rutland
Jun 30, 2014 through Jul 3, 2014
Paper Camp
Using paper as a medium campers will create both 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional works of art. Activities will include paper lanterns, kites, paper flowers and their own hand-crafted paper. Professional Origami Artist and Chaffee Juried Artist, Morgan Haynes will guest teach. Tuition: $140 members, $155 nonmembers
Chaffee Art Center (16 South Main Street)
802-775-0062 Web Site | Map

Rutland
Jul 12, 2014 through Jul 13, 2014
 35th Anniversary RAVE Car Show & Flea Market
July 12 & 13, 2014-35th Anniversary RAVE Car Show & Flea Market. No restrictions. Auto related flea market,car corral, handcraft & new item vendors,food,music,kid's coloring contest,silent auction. 50/50 raffle for WSYB Christmas Fund. To celebrate 35 years,this year is a TOP 50 Show with many specialty awards-enjoy the weekend-park with your friends! Donations to local charities. Sat. night dance at the Holiday Inn-benefits RRMC Bone Marrow Donor Program-open to the public, $5 per person!
Vermont State Fairgrounds (Route 7 South)
Sat 9am-4:30pm/Sun 9am-3 pm
Adm.
802-265-8026 or 802-779-2556 Web Site | Map

Rutland
Sep 15, 2014 through Oct 31, 2014
 Fall Foliage Tour
Join Vermont Backroad Tours for a look at the Vermont fall foliage in its entire splendor. Two tours, each costing $50. Morning tour with pickup times in the Rutland area between 9:30 and 10:00 is a 4 hour tour with lunch at a locally own and operated snack bar or diner. All food will be home style. Our popular 'Sunset Tour' will have pickup times in the Rutland area between 2:30 and 3:00 pm this is a 3 ¢ hour tour.
Various locations
10 am -2 pm 2:30 -6:00 pm
Adm.
802-446-3131 Web Site | Map

Rutland
Sep 15, 2014 through Nov 1, 2014
 Vermont Backroad Foliage Tours
A fall foliage tour of Vermont Backroad Tours will be the best use of your time and money spent on your Vermont Vacation. Kelly knows where the early, peak and late fall foliage is. Regardless of when you plan your Vermont fall foliage vacation we'll take you where the fall colors are at their grandest. Youï‚…ll also learn the history and culture of Vermont as has been witnessed over a half a century by native Vermonter Kelly Socia. Two hour tours @ $30 pp three and a half hour tours @ $50 pp.
Various pickup locations
Daily 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Adm.
802-446-3131 Web Site | Map

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March 13, 2013