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Barnet
Oct 4, 2014 through Oct 5, 2014
Ben's Mill Rubber Ducky Derby
Our 11th annual Rubber Ducky Derby fund-raiser for Ben's Mill. Mill tours & demonstrations. Blacksmith on duty. Ducks swim at 11 AM. Food tent. Ducks 'rented' for $5 each or a Quack Pack can be rented--5 ducks for $20. (5 for the price of 4). Hand cranked apple cider made as you watch or help. Extra prizes are 6 'Lucky Ducks'. Numbers are already in a sealed envelope. 3rd annual tub raffle as well. FMI call Lois @ 802-748-8180
Ben's Mill (2236 West Barnet Road)
Sat. 9am-4pm
Adm.
802-748-8180 Web Site | Map

Canaan
Oct 4, 2014 through Oct 5, 2014
 OctoberFeast!
Everything that we all love about autumn in Vermont. Apples, pumpkins, squashes, and more food from the Harvest Buffet Table than can fit on a plate. Heart Healthy also!
Grace Community Church (300 Gale Street)
4:30-7:00 pm
Donation
802-266-3071 Web Site | Map

Canaan
Nov 15, 2014 through Nov 16, 2014
 Hunter's Supper
A tradition going back generations! A Church Supper for hunters that cannot cook and for those locals from town that do not want to cook! Rib Sticking Foods, all you can eat!
Grace Community Church (300 Gale Street)
4:30 to 7:00 pm
Donation
802-266-3071 Web Site | Map

Canaan
Dec 6, 2014 through Dec 7, 2014
 Christmas Feast
This supper has been served for generations and has the best local foods and Christmas decorations that can be found in Vermont. All you can eat!
Grace Community Church (300 Gale Street)
4:30 to 7:00 pm
Donation
802-266-3071 Web Site | Map

Canaan
Dec 24, 2014 through Dec 25, 2014
 Candlelight Christmas Eve
For 140 years Grace Church has been the center of town on Christmas Eve. This night all of the traditions return as everyone sings carol after carol as the snowflakes fall and the kids look north for Santa.
Grace Community Church-Canaan Town Common
Donation
Web Site | Map

Concord
Sep 27, 2014 through Sep 28, 2014
 Historical Society Open House
Accessible first floor features Concord Historical Society projects and exhibits, bake sale and music. Upstairs museum offers a look at the past. Annual meeting at 3:30pm.
Concord Town Hall (401 Main Street)
Saturday 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Free
802-695-1104 Web Site | Map

Concord
Sep 27, 2014 through Sep 28, 2014
Chicken Pie Supper
Chicken Pie Supper with all the Fixings!
Concord Community Church (481 Main Street)
Sat., 5:00 PM & 6:00 PM
Donation
802-695-1318 Map

Craftsbury
Oct 18, 2014 through Oct 19, 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.
East Craftsbury Presbyterian Church (1097 Ketchum Hill Rd)
Saturday, 7:00 pm
Free
802-586-6913 Web Site | Map

Derby Line
Sep 21, 2014 through Sep 22, 2014
 Vermont Symphony Orchestra Made in Vermont Music Festival
Join us for us for classics, a viola and double bass Concertante, and a world premier from Burlington Native Beth Wiemann. Tickets available in August!
Haskell Opera House
09/21/14, 4:00pm
Adm.
802-864-5741 Web Site | Map

East Burke
Sep 27, 2014 through Sep 28, 2014
Burke Fall Foliage Festival
The days' events include: Parade starting at 10 am, Rubber Duck Race, Live Music, Kids Area with a Jump House, face painting, Craft Show, Beer and Wine Tent and more! The VT Institute of Natural Science will be doing a live raptor show in front of the gazebo at noon. Chickweed featuring Linda Warnaar will perform at the gazebo from 1 - 3 pm. Beer & Wine tent will be open from 11 am - 6 pm featuring live music with Tritium Well from 3 - 6 pm.
368 Route 114
802-626-4124 Web Site | Map

East Burke
Oct 25, 2014 through Oct 26, 2014
CircumBurke Mountain Bike & Trail Run Challenge
An unforgettable adventure around Burke Mountain. The 26 mile MTB circuit includes miles of rarely used singletrack with over 3000 feet of climbing and descending. The Mountain Run and CircumBurke Lite use a challenging 18 mile circuit which avoids some of the singletrack and elevation gain. A two lap endurance MTB event will cover the 26 mile circuit twice for 52 miles. REGISTER @ BikeReg.com Before 10/25: $55. or On-Site $65.
802-626-0737 Web Site | Map

East Hardwick
Oct 12, 2014 through Oct 13, 2014
 Vermont History Through Song
Singer and researcher Linda Radtke, joined by pianist Arthur Zorn, brings Vermont history to life with engaging commentary about the songs found in the Vermont Historical Societys collection of sheet music. Dressed in period costume, Ms. Radtke takes listeners through state history, using the songs Vermonters published in their communities. Followed by refreshments and Grange open house. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Caledonia Grange #9 (88 East Church St)
Sunday, 2:00 pm
Free
802-441-4599 Map

Groton
Feb 6, 2015 through Feb 7, 2015
 Vermont Knit and Fiber Winter Retreat
This is the winter retreat for Vermont Knit and Fiber camp. People bring spinning, carding, knitting, crocheting, any sort of fiber activity they might want to engage in. There are often demonstrations, lots of talking, and of course crafting. Some folks even bring their snowshoes and explore the great outdoors! Registration fee includes all costs for lodging and meals during the retreat.
Seyon Lodge State Park (2967 Seyon Pond Rd)
Friday through Sunday
Adm.
802-279-0526 Web Site | Map

Hardwick
Oct 7, 2014 through Oct 8, 2014
 400 Miles Down the Connecticut River
New England's longest river, the Connecticut, is rich in history and natural history. Michael Tougias, author of 14 books about New England, offers a narrated slide presentation that takes the viewer down the entire 410 miles of the river, discussing history from the days of loggers and Indian Wars to steamships and canals. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Memorial Building (20 Church St)
Tuesday, 7:00 pm
Free
802-472-5948 Web Site | Map

Hardwick
Nov 3, 2014 through Nov 4, 2014
 A Heavy Burden to Bear: One Familys Civil War Story
David Book gives a living history presentation as Abel Morrill, Sr., an early settler of Cabot, VT and respected farmer. His story, presented with historical accuracy, reflects the common hardships suffered by Vermonters who lived through the Civil War. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Hardwick Historical Society (47 Depot St)
Monday, 7:30 pm
Free
802-586-7565 Web Site | Map

Lyndon
Sep 25, 2014 through Sep 26, 2014
 Vermont Symphony Orchestra Made in Vermont Music Festival
Join us for us for classics, a viola and double bass Concertante, and a world premier from Burlington Native Beth Wiemann. Tickets available in August!
Alexander Twilight Theater, Lyndon State College
09/25/14, 7:30 pm
Adm.
802-864-5741 Web Site | Map

Newport
Oct 1, 2014 through Oct 2, 2014
 Stark Decency: German POWs in a New England Village
Dartmouth professor Allen Koop tells the story of New Hampshires only World War II prisoner-of-war camp. He describes how ordinary people in Stark turned bitter division into camaraderie. Part of the First Wednesdays series. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Goodrich Memorial Library (202 Main Street)
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
Free
802-334-7902 Map

St. Johnsbury
Oct 1, 2014 through Oct 2, 2014
 Vincent Van Gogh: His Influences
Art historian Carol Berry considers the personal experiences, painters, and authors who influenced Van Goghs work and his influence on twentieth-century artists. Part of the First Wednesdays series. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum (1171 Main Street)
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
Free
802-748-8291 Map

St. Johnsbury
Oct 2, 2014 through Oct 3, 2014
 Vermont History Through Song
Singer and researcher Linda Radtke, joined by pianist Arthur Zorn, brings Vermont history to life with engaging commentary about the songs found in the Vermont Historical Societys collection of sheet music. Dressed in period costume, Ms. Radtke takes listeners through state history, using the songs Vermonters published in their communities. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Catamount Arts (115 Eastern Ave)
Thursday, 1:30 pm
Free
802-748-3642 Web Site | Map

Victory
Oct 12, 2014 through Oct 13, 2014
Backcountry Cross Race
Not your average CX in the park. A cyclocross through the backwoods of Victory for cross bikes or mountain bikes  on a 10 km circuit, dominated by sections of singletrack, pasture and logging trail. Select from 20 or 40 kilometer options. 1 lap beginner and kids categories offered. REGISTER @ Bikereg.com: $25 til 9/30. $35 til 10/10 5 pm. $45 day of
802-626-0737 Web Site | Map

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March 13, 2013