Fall Foliage

Fall Foliage Activities

Check this link for a Fall Foliage Drive near Woodstock as described by Wilfred Perkins, current editor of the Taftsville Tales :

This driving tour was referenced in Kim Knox Beckius’ New England Travel Guide. She also has a nice article on the most photographed farm in New England, the Jenne Farm, which is only a few miles from Leave No Trace cabin.

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Mount Ascutney Summit Drive

Mount Ascutney Photo - Summit View

The scenic summit of Mount Ascutney is accessible via an easy but steep drive.

© 2003 Kim Knox Beckius

In addition to crisp, clean air and 360-degree views, you may also be in for an added bonus when you drive up this mountain. Mount Ascutney is a popular hang gliding take-off spot on clear days. Fees apply.

Directions: The entrance to Mount Ascutney State Park is on Route 44A in Windsor, Vermont.

For Information: Call 802-674-2060.

Check Pentangle Arts for current events at Woodstock Town Hall – 802 457-3981

Billings Farm National Park Naturalist Walk – Oct. 2 – 8:30-10:30

Woodstock Annual Chili Cook-off – Oct. 4 – Spectrum Teen Center, 12-3pm w/ blues band

Fridays thru Oct. 17 – Dana House Museum  features walking tours of Woodstock starting at the Information booth on the Green at 10:30  for info: 457-1822

Yoh Theatre Players present “The Madwoman of Chaillot” Oct 3-5 at Woodstock Union High School. Tickets at the door. Fri.(7:30), Sat. (7:30) and Sun (5:30)

Internet available at Norman Williams Library – 457-2295 for hours. Wi-Fi at Woodstock Inn

Vermont Roast Beef Suppers: Hartland – at Hartland Congregational (Brick) Church – Oct. 11 5-7pm and in Brownsville Oct. 12 and Nov. 9 at Brownsville Community Church 4-6pm

Windsor – The Old Constitution House State Historic Site is hosting period reenactments on Oct. 11 and 12 from 11-5pm in downtown Windsor



 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