Current Activities near Woodstock, VT Vermont

June 2011 Activities of note!

You can check out local activities on the Woodstock calendar
 Woodstock: Parking Tickets: Downtown Businesses can now validate parking tickets. Visitors if your meter expires and you get a parking ticket, stop by one of the downtown businesses and have them validate it for you (2 per Year).

New Cafe & Coffeehouse just 5 min. to the West of Woodstock – Woodbridge Cafe & Coffeehouse – Homemade goodies: Breakfast all day, Lunch & Dinner BYOB. M-F 7:30am-2pm, Fri/Sat 7:30-7:30pm(Open Mic), Sun 7:30-7pm

Keeper’s Restaurant, Reading, VT – now open on Sundays 802 484-9090

Cloudland Farm restaurant is open for the season. Family style dinners – Reservations required. 802 457-2599

Spooner’s Bar & Grill – Woodstock, VT – Mon.-Thurs. 2 for $22 Entrees, includes appetizer, salad, dessert 802 457-4066

Check out the Claire Murray Store – Ascutney, VT

Horseback rides in VT – Call the Kedron Valley Stables in S. Woodstock 802/457-1480 for reservations.

The Kedron Valley Inn celebrates First Friday each month. Tasty appetizers for all, cash bar and full dinner service available. South Woodstock, 457-1473 – Also Mon. is Italian night with Specials a la carte or 3 courses for $29

The South Woodstock Country Store has the new Vermont Farmstead Cheese in their case! Brand new cheeses from our new local dairy. The new Beer Cheese is made with local brews and is extremely tasty. Also, don’t miss Phil’s fresh fish sandwiches for Friday lunch along with a host of other lunch specials every week.  And there is always a great selection of fine wines and champagnes as well as local wines and beers.

New Spot to visit in Windsor, VT –

Experience Real Vermont – visit Sugarbush Farm, Taftsville, which offers detailed information/demos on maple sugaring, a cheese shop and sampling room for cheese and maple syrup, educational displays and of course, a gift shop full of Vermont specialties. They offer sleigh rides in the Winter behind those big draft horses that do double duty during sugaring season (typically March timeframe). During foliage season the drive to their farm across the Taftsville covered bridge offers some of the prettiest views of Vermont’s colorful leaves. If you run out of their Vermont products you can also order online until you’re back in VT again!

Vermont Institute of Natural Resources (VINS) – Quechee, VT Open 7 days a week. Seasonal Hours:April 16 – June 17,10am – 5:00pm; June 18 – October 31,10am – 5:30pm; November 1 – April 15,10am – 4pm-802 359-5000 or Raptors Up Close live program at 11am&2pm 

New England Living Show House – Windsor, VT – historic Juniper Hill Inn, May 28-June 4, 10-4pm; June 19-Sept 5,Sun 10-3 and Mon./Tues. 12-3pm, $25 which includes Show House Magazine and Resource Guide  

 June 4 – Woodstock, VT– Covered Bridges Half Marathon – pasta dinner
June 4 – Woodstock, VT – 3rd Annual Trek to Taste 10-3pm, Celebrate local food and local trails at this free, family-friendly event!  Forest Center at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park,
June 4 – Norwich, VT – A Celtic Extravaganza, Joanie Madden and Friends, Upper Valley Events Center, 5:45, 802 698-8341,
June 5 – Woodstock, VT – Half Marathon – starting at Suicide Six

June 5 – Woodstock, VT – Billings Farm Museum – Ice Cream Sundays.

June 5 – Lebanon, NH – A Cappella Showcase, 3pm, $10, Lebanon Opera House

June 8 – Woodstock, VT – Farmer’s market on the Green, 3-6pm 

June 10 – Hartland, VT – Hartland Farmer’s Market with Music by Hank’s Theory, Hartland Library, 4-7 pm

June 11 – VERMONT – Vermont Days, free fishing without a license and free entry to state parks and state owned historic sites,

June 12 – Woodstock, VT-Gordon-Chang-Rider Trio chamber music, 4pm, Unitarian Universalist Church

June 12 – Woodstock, VT Billings Farm Museum – Ice Cream Sundays,

June 13 – Lebanon, NH – Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, 7:30pm Lebanon Opera House

June 15 – Woodstock, VT – Market on the Green, 3-6pm

June 17 – Hartland, VT – Hartland Farmer’s Market with Music by Kerry Rose Trio, Hartland Library, 4-7 pm

June 17,18,19 – Quechee, VT– Quechee Hot Air Balloon Craft and Music Festival,

June 17 – Woodstock, VT – St James Art Show and Sale – St. James Church on the Green, 5:30-8pm Opening Reception

June 18 – Woodstock, VT – St. James Art Show and Sale, St. James Church Parish Hall, 10-5pm

June 18 – Woodstock, VT – Digital Media Fair –

June 19 – Woodstock, VT – Billings Farm Museum – Ice Cream Sundays,

June 22 – Woodstock, VT – Market on the Green, 3-6pm

June 24 – Hartland, VT – Hartland Farmer’s Market with Music by Second Wind, Hartland Library, 4-7 pm

June 24-25 – Woodstock, VT -“History in Bloom” – Woodstock History Center, tour 7 of Woodstock’s gardens

June 25 – South Woodstock, VT – Opening Day & Fiber Art Showcase, 2-5pm, Green Mountain Perkins Academy

June 25 – Woodstock, VT – History in Bloom Garden Tour, $30, Woodstock History Center

June 26 – Woodstock, VT – Billings Farm Museum – Ice Cream Sundays,

June 29 – Woodstock, VT – Market on the Green, 3-6pm

June 30 – Woodstock, VT – Brown Bag Music on the Green, 12-1pm, Interplay Jazz All Stars