Aug 282009
Don’t for get to check out some of the earlier posts like:
Farmer’s Markets

Golfing &Canoe/Kayak rentals

Cultural Activities in the Area

Lunchtime Spots

Every Sat. through Oct. 17 – Woodstock walking tour of the village. 1:30 at the Information Booth on the Green

Every Sun through Sept. 20th  at noon and 3pm – Billings Farm – Ice Cream Sundays – Make and taste homemade ice cream

Every Wed. – 7:30pm – Classic Movies on the Library Lawn – Norman Williams Library, Woodstock, VT. On the East Lawn Courtyard – Bring a blanket or lawn chair, picnic, insect repellent and warm clothing. If it rains, movie will be shown indoors.

 May 3- Oct. 25 – Quechee Antique Flea Market at Quechee Gorge Village

May 29- Oct. 26 – Woman’s Work:The Artistry of the Women Of the Cornish Colony, Cornish Colony Museum , Windsor, VT (in the 1920’s Firehouse on Main St.)

Aug 1 – Sep 27 – Woodstock Quilt Exhibition at Billings Farm & Museum

Aug 15-Sept. 27 – Art Show (Watercolors of Forest & Water by Charlie Shurcliff) at the beautiful Cider Hill Gardens in Windsor, VT – just walking around these gardens is a treat  802 674-6825 for more info.

 Sept. 5 -5-8pm – Late night in Woodstock – stores open late – refreshments – bands:

Plymouth Folk and Blues FestivalSept. 5-6 at Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch from 2-5pm; Face Painting, hayrides and children’s entertainment as well. Free, donations accepted. 

Wild Game Supper – Sept. 12 (5:30-7pm) Coon Club Hunt Club, Coon Club Road, West Windsor, VT. The buffet usually offers such fare as Alaskan Salmon, Windsor County Trout, deer, moose and bear meat as well as Atlantic mackerel. Home made pies and an auction of local goods will take place around 7pm. Meal is $12 (youth $6) and funds raised help send youth to conservation camp. 

Glory Days Festival – Sept. 12 – White River Junction, VT

Plymouth Cheese & Harvest Festival – Sept. 12 -cheese sampliing, guided tours of Plymouth Cheese Factory, wagon rides, historic farm & craft demos, barbecue and other activities, 10-4pm, located in Plymouth, VT at the Pres. Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site 

Roast Beef Supper – Sept. 13 (4-6pm) in Brownsville, VT

6th Annual Vermont Fine Furniture & Woodworking Festival – Sept. 26-27 – Union arena in Woodstock, Celebrate the traditions and fine craftsmanship of VT woodworkers, shop for wood products made in VT

May 112009

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The Seedhouse Cafe has a new website which gives you an overview of their menus and planned events many of which are tied into their association with Vermont Fresh Network – the next event in the Farm Fresh Dinner Series is Wed. May 13th. They are planning monthly dinners with Vermont products and the people responsible for the products. Check it out on their website:

Woodstock Village is planning monthly Saturday night celebrations this summer starting in June. The first Saturday of the month beginning June 6 shops will stay open until 8pm augmented by live music, art, demonstrations, dining and socializing. Stay tuned for more details!

Mar 022009

For those of you indoor climbing enthusiasts there is a new name in town! Actually it’s just the change in ownership and name for The Wall in Taftsville outside of Woodstock which is now known as The Green Mountain Rock Climbing Center. Check it out – just east of the Rt. 12 and Rt. 4 intersection. on Rt 4.

Jul 252008

Frost Scavenger Hunts – Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historic Park, Woodstock, VT  A trail honoring Robert Frost and his poetry will be set up at the Park for walker’s enjoyment through October. Poems are placed along the trail. 

Aug. 1-Sept. 21 – Quilt Exhiibition at Billings Farm & Museum (10-5pm)


 Fairlee Railroad Station Flea Market (07/14 – 10/31): Visit the Fairlee Railroad Station Flea Market, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Vendor Spaces inside and outside of the railroad station. For more information click here. From

Muskets to Motorcars – The American Precision Museum- Windsor,VT

A new exhibit, From Muskets to Motorcars: Yankee Ingenuity and the Road to Mass Production, is open from 10 – 5 pm through October.  The exhibit traces the development of machinery from gunmaking in the Robbins and Lawrence Armory, that now houses the museum, to the development of clocks, sewing machines, typewriters, bicycles and the automobile. 802 674-5781