Aug 192011
 
In addition to the activities below be sure to check online at VTAttractions.org for other ideas.
Sept – Woodstock, VT – Billings Farm, Wednesdays are Wagon Rides
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 a recent article from gonewengland.about.com
http://gonewengland.about.com/od/nhsightseeing/ss/Saint-Gaudens-National-Historic-Site-A-Photo-Tour.htm?nl=1
Now until Fall – SculptureFest – in Woodstock on Prosper Rd. www.sculpturefest.org 
Sept. 1-25 – Woodstock, Billings Farm Museum, Annual Quilt Exhibition
Sept. 1 – Free Performances at Lebanon Opera House,  Lebanon, NH featuring Blues Tonight and Adam McMahon – call for more info 603 448-0400
Sept. 2 – Woodstock, VT, 8pm – Western Wind Concert, North Universalist Chapel Society, 7 Church St.
Sept. 3 – Woodstock, VT – 4pm – 509 Prosper Road – Opening of Sculpture Fest – check out their website: www.sculpturefest.org  The outdoor exhibit where you can wander at leisure is open thru the Fall.
Sept. 3 – White River Junction, VT – Tupelo Music Hall, 8pm, The Yardbirds, English Rock Band
Sept. 3-4 – Plymouth, VT– Folk & Blues Concert, 2-5pm, Musical stars from Vermont and nationwide team up for a lively two-day festival of folk and blues music performed in the pure country air of historic Plymouth Notch. Wagon rides on Saturday; children’s concert both days. www.plymouthfolk.com 
Sept. 4 – Norwich, VT – Farmer’s Market, 10-3pm, located on Rt. 5, 1 mi. South of Exit 13 off I-91 N
Sept. 9 – White River Junction, VT – Tupelo Music Hall, 8pm, Leo Kottke, Innovative guitar virtuoso
Sept. 10 – Plymouth, VT– Cheese and Harvest Festival – 10-4pm Cheese sampling, guided tours of the Plymouth Cheese Factory, wagon rides, historic farm & craft demonstrations,  barbecue, and other activities for the entire family. Calvin Coolidge Park
Sept. 10 – White River Junction, VT – Tupelo Music Hall, 8pm, Renaissance, progressive rock
Sept. 10 -11 – Woodstock, VT – a chic and charming historic town located in the heart of Vermont, will kick off it’s second annual Woodstock Arts Festival Sept. 10th and 11th, 2011. Located in an area known as a destination for savvy New England travelers, Woodstock is considered one of the premier tourist destinations in New England,  Home to the famous Billings Farm and nationally recognized restaurants. Presented by the Chamber of Commerce, the Art show is located in downtown Woodstock on the historic green.
Sept. 11 – Woodstock, VT – The Green – A remembrance ceremony on the 10 yr. anniversary of 9/11 on the green following breakfast at the Masonic Temple
Sept. 17-30, Taftsville, VT, Christmas in Fall Foliage, Sugarbush Farm
Sept. 18 – Woodstock, VT, Woodstock Chamber Music Series
Sept. 24-25, Woodstock, VT – Union Arena, 10-5pm, Vermont Fine Furniture & Woodworking Festival and Forest Festival, furniture, demos, etc.
Sept. 25 – Woodstock, VT – Progressive Organ Concert, 4pm, Our Lady of the Snows, North Universalist Chapel Society and St. James Episcopal Church
Sept. 30 – Oct.2 – Brownsville, VT – Historical Society’s Fall Arts and Crafts Show, Story Memorial Hall

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