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Summer has arrived in Vermont 2019!

Summer is here! In every season Vermont has so much to offer its visitors!  Below are a few ideas for the next few months. Local Farmer’s Markets throughout Summer and into Fall Wed. – Woodstock – on the Green – 3-6pm – fresh veggies, local crafts, music and kids activities Fri. – Hartland – in […]

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Fall Foliage's last blaze of color leading to Vermont's Winter Wonderland

  The Hartland Diner is now open in Jessup’s Plaza at Hartland 3 Corners – 7 days a week for lunch and breakfast (served all day!). The owners of the former Stella’s restaurant have opened a restaurant in Windsor at the railroad station (Windsor Station Restaurant and Barroom)serving dinner!  Opened in Quechee Singleton’s Market with food […]

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Fall in Vermont!!!

Sept. 1 thru Fall Foliage – Pomfret, VT, Sculpturefest.org, free outdoor amazing sculpture park Sept. 1-23- Woodstock, VT – Annual Quilt Exhibition, Billings Farm Museum Sept. 8-9- Woodstock, VT – Annual Woodstock Art Festival, Woodstock Green Sept. 12- Woodstock, VT  – Market on the Green, 3-6 pm Sept. 15 – West Windsor, VT – Annual Wild Game Supper, 5-6:30pm […]

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October 2011 – It's Foliage Time!

In addition to the activities below be sure to check online at VTAttractions.org and www.thevermontstandard.con/calendar/ for other ideas. For movies and performances in Woodstock see www.pentanglearts,org Walking Tours of Historic Woodstock, VT – every Tues. weather permitting, meeting at the Visitor Information House on the Green Check out Saint Gaudens in nearby Cornish, NH – here’s […]

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Fall Foliage Activities

Check this link for a Fall Foliage Drive near Woodstock as described by Wilfred Perkins, current editor of the Taftsville Tales : http://gonewengland.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ&sdn=gonewengland&cdn=travel&tm=479&gps=243_267_756_511&f=22&su=p284.9.336.ip_p531.50.336.ip_&tt=2&bt=0&bts=1&zu=http%3A//www.foliage-vermont.com/southernvt_tour.htm This driving tour was referenced in Kim Knox Beckius’ About.com New England Travel Guide. She also has a nice article on the most photographed farm in New England, the Jenne Farm, which is […]