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Canaan
Nov 15, 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
 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
 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

Groton
Feb 6, 2015 through Feb 8, 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
Nov 3, 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

Newport
Nov 5, 2014
 Amelia
The mysteries surrounding the 1937 disappearance of aviation legend Amelia Earhart often overshadow her accomplishments as a pilot and author. Champlain College professor Nancy Nahra explores the life of a woman who lived as if she were invincible but understood she was anything but. 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
Nov 5, 2014
 The Buildings of Vermont
Middlebury College professor Glenn Andres looks beyond Vermonts pastoral stereotypes to examine the remarkable range, quality, humanity, and persistence of its built landscape. 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

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March 13, 2013