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Farmer’s Markets:
First 2 Wed in Oct. (Woodstock, VT Green) 3-6pm;
Cobb Hill Market – Go to Hartland 4 Corners and take the road directly across from Hartland-Brownsville Rd. – second entrance on left -Wed. & Fri. 4-6pm

Every Friday until Oct.15 (Hartland, VT Library) 4-7pm; With Music – Oct. 1 (Juke Joynt); Oct. 8 (Second Wind) 

Every Sat. (Woodstock Mt. Tom) 9:30-12:30;

Every Sun. (Windsor, VT at Park – take a right at stoplight in center of town) 1-4pm

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Full Circle Trolley in Woodstock – operating Free until Oct. 18 Thurs-Mon 10-4pm

Wagon Rides at Billings Farm & Museum  – Every Wed. 11-2pm

Craft Day at Billings Farm & Museum – Every Sat.

Ice Cream (making and sampling) – Every Sunday – Billings Farm Museum, Woodstock

Film night at the Hartland Library every Fri. night at 7pm

Brown Bag Concerts – Woodstock, VT – Every Thursday On the Green at noon – Free

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Long Running Cultural Programs:

Oct. 6-24 – White River Junction, VT – Amadeus presented by Northern Stage, www.northernstage.org or 802 296-7000

Oct. 15, 16, 22 & 23, – Woodstock, VT – Sound of Music theatrical presentation, Woodstock Town Hall Theater, 7:30pm and Oct. 24, 2pm

Oct. 10 Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH (ChamberWorks – 3pm), Oct. 12 (Ensemble Schumann – 7pm), Oct. 23-24 (Met Opera – noon)……….numerous other events – call (603) 646-2422 or www.dartmouth.hop.edu

Oct. 5- Tupelo Music Hall, White River Junction, VT (Marc Cohn), Oct. 9 (Dave Mason), Oct. 15(Comedy), Oct. 16 (Acoustic Alchemy), Oct. 22 (Roomful of Blues), Oct. 23 (Jon Pousette-Dart Band), Oct. 29 (Johnnya) – all performances at 8pm. Call 802 698-8341 or www.TupeloHall.com

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  Specific Events:

Oct. 2; 12;00pm – Woodstock, VT – noon -3pm  Chili Cook Off. Woodstock Village Green

Oct. 2-3 – Woodstock, VT – Billings Farm & Museum, Pumpkin and Apple Celebration, 10-5pm

Oct. 3 – Woodstock, VT – Vermont Symphony Orchestra, 7:30pm, Woodstock Town Hall Theatre

Oct. 7 – Quechee, VT – VINS – Bird on a Glove Demonstration, 7pm, 764 Dewey Mills Rd.

Oct. 8 – Windsor, VT – Windsor, VT – Harvest 2010, Street Festival 5-10pm, downtown Windsor

               ( 2 Live music stages -Bands, bluegrass- Kids area – big top performers; local food vendors)

Oct. 8 (9-8pm) and 9 (9-2pm) – Brownsville, VT – Rummage and Bake Sale, Town Hall

Oct. 9 – South Woodstock, VT – Pancake Breakfast – 7-11 am – S. Woodstock Fire Station

Oct. 9 – Hartland, VT – Roast Beef Supper – 5-7pm, Hartland Congregational Church

Oct. 9-10 – Windsor, VT – Octoberfest at Harpoon Brewery – noon – 6pm – off Rt. 5 near Rt. 91;

                    Festival of beer, German food and German Oompah music

Oct. 9-10 – Woodstock, VT, 38th Annual Apple & Crafts Fair, 10-5pm, Rt. 4 East

Oct 9th and 10th- Woodstock, VT “Top 10 Event” Harvest Celebration at Billings Farm and Museum.  Traditional husking bee and afternoon barn dance.

Oct. 10 – South Woodstock, VT – Pancake Breakfast – 8-11 am – S. Woodstock Fire Station

Oct. 10 – Norwich, VT – Autumn Sunday Craft Fair, 10-3pm Located on Rt. 5 (1 mi. S. of Exit 13 off I-91 S) in Norwich

Oct. 15, 16, 22 & 23, – Woodstock, VT – Sound of Music theatrical presentation, Woodstock Town Hall Theater, 7:30pm and Oct. 24, 2pm

Oct. 15, 16 – Lebanon, NH – Randy DeWees, 8pm, Lebanon Opera House, $20 www.lebanonoperahouse.org 

Oct. 16 – Hartland, VT – Turkey Supper – Universalist Church, Hartland 4 Corners 

Oct. 16 Brownsville, VT – Spaghetti Supper – Grange Hall – seatings at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm

Oct. 17 – Brownsville, VT – Roast Beef Supper, Adults $12, Brownsville Church

Oct 17 – Barnard, VT -54th Annual East Barnard Oyster Supper. East Barnard Community Building, Broad Brook Road, East Barnard.


Oct 16 & 17- Woodstock, VT Autumn Wagon Ride Weekend. Billings Farm and Museum. Horse-drawn wagon ride along the Ottauquechee River.

Oct. 23- Woodstock, VT – Glad Rags Sale, Masonic Hall on Pleasant St. 9-5pm

Oct. 23 – Hartland, VT – Turkey Supper – Universalist Church, Hartland 4 Corners 

Oct. 30 – Hartland, VT – Turkey Supper – Universalist Church, Hartland 4 Corners 

Oct. 30 – Woodstock, VT – “Spooky Woodstock”, ghost stories, ghoulish photos and lantern tour including the reenactment of the burning of a vampire’s heart on the Green, begins at 6pm with stories starting at 7:30 pm on lawn behind the Woodstock History Center (Rain location: John Cotton Dana Library.  457-1822

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