Stowe Vermont, Burlington, Cambridge, Jeffersonville Local Events
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Saturday, 4/7: 8th Annual Pond Skimming — Elvis, a gorilla, guys in bikinis — you’ll see it all in the Zone Terrain Park during pond skimming! Registration for this free event starts at 10:00 am in the Base Lodge and the first skimmer launches toward the pond at 12:00 noon. Prizes awarded for best costume. A “don’t miss” for spectators!
Saturday 4/7 & Sunday 4/8: Made in VT Marketplace. Food, beverages, furniture, clothing and more! Find it all in one place and all made right here in Vermont. Champlain Valley Exposition, Essex Junction. Saturday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, and Sunday 10 am - 4 pm.
Saturday 4/7: Bunco Night - The Cambridge Rotary sponsors a Bunco Night at the Cambridge Community Center from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Enjoy a silent auction, prizes, raffle, and cash bar. $15 per person. Tickets are available for purchase at Jack F. Corse Inc., Cambridge Village Market, The Varnum Library, Union Bank, Proceeds benefit the Cambridge Rotary Community causes.
Friday 4/27 – Sunday 4/29: 52nd Annual St. Albans Vermont Maple Festival “Life is Sweet”. Everything maple all in one place! Weekend activities include parade, pancake breakfast, maple cooking demonstrations, sugarhouse tours, antique show, fiddlers' variety show, children's activities and more. For details, please visit vtmaplefestival.org
Friday, 5/4- Saturday 5/6 and Friday 5/11- Sunday 5/13: Lamoille County Players present "The Skin of our Teeth". Produced on Broadway in 1942 and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1943. Written on the eve of WW2, it’s a vast symbolic play about all of humanity, as well as a compassionate look at the struggles of a single family. It’s about destruction and rebirth, about humanity’s endurance. It’s also, as a double narrative, the story of a theater company putting on a play, with actors who don’t understand the play, confer with the audience about not liking the play, and get food poisoning during the play. It’s a comedy, a social and political commentary, and a biblical epic. It’s got wonderful roles for women and men, as well as a dinosaur and a mammoth.www.lcplayers.com
Friday 5/4 - Sunday, 5/6: 18th Annual Stowe Weekend of Hope. During this three-day event, cancer survivors and their families will have the opportunity to attend lectures and seminars, as well as an annual forum that offers education, enlightenment and inspiration. This retreat is a healthy and enriching experience that provides support for the survivor, the caregiver and family members. Registration began March 1, 2018. For more information, please visit stowehope.org.
Saturday, 5/5: Pie for Breakfast. Presented by the Cambridge Area Rotary, offers all you can eat PIE and bottomless coffee for $5 per person. From 8:00 am - 11:00 am in the cafeteria at Cambridge Elementary School in Jeffersonville, VT. Proceeds go to the Cambridge Food Shelf, Winter Wellness, and other Cambridge Area Rotary causes. Visit Cambridge Area Rotary
Saturday, 5/5 & Sunday, 5/6: 22nd Annual Essex Spring Craft Show and Vermont Antique Expo. This event features a wide variety of exhibitors with pottery, specialty foods, wood crafts, baskets, candles and much more in the craft show, plus quality antiques and ephemera at the Antique Expo. Find the perfect gift, taste the perfect treat, and uncover the perfect keepsake that will survive for generations! At the Champlain Valley Exposition fairgrounds in Essex Junction. Ticket includes admission to both shows. $7 entry; under 12 free. www.vtcrafts.com
Sunday, 5/6: Shelburne Farms Dairy Day at the Farm. Visit the Shelburne Farms dairy where the Brown Swiss Cow herd makes the milk for the farm's cheddar cheese. Explore the barns, visit the calves, take a wagon ride and try your hand at milking a cow. 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Admission $5 per car. Shelburne Farms is on Harbor Road in Shelburne, Vermont.
Friday, 5/11 & Saturday, 5/12: Champlain Valley Classic Dinner Train. 4:30 pm, ages 7 and up. Departs from Burlington. For more information and reservations, please visit trainridesvt.com or call 800-707-3530
Friday, 5/18 & Saturday, 5/19: Champlain Valley Classic Dinner Train. 4:30 pm, ages 7 and up. Departs from Burlington. For more information and reservations, please visit trainridesvt.com or call 800-707-3530
Saturday, 5/19: 5th Annual Craft Brew Races. A fun 5k followed by a craft beer festival in Stowe. In 2017, more than 40+ Vermont breweries were featured, plus food and live music. Race against the beautiful Stowe backdrop and enjoy samples of local craft beverages, live music and food.
Friday, 5/25 & Saturday, 5/26: Champlain Valley Classic Dinner Train. 4:30 pm, ages 7 and up. Departs from Burlington. For more information and reservations, please visit trainridesvt.com or call 800-707-3530
Saturday, 5/26 & Sunday, 5/27: Annual Vermont Open Studio Weekend. Visit Vermont's talented artisans right in their work spaces and see their beautiful creations! Open studios represent potters, glassblowers, painters, wood carvers and more. For more information, including information on studio locations, please visit vermontcrafts.com
Saturday, May 26: Chowderpalooza & Spring Art on Park. Celebrate the beginning of summer in the historic Stowe village. Taste and vote on the best restaurant-made chowders in the area. The winner will take home the coveted Chowder Pot! 11:30-2:30. For more information, visit stowevibrancy.com.
Sunday, 5/27: People's Union Bank Vermont City Marathon and Relay. Residents of the city of Burlington and surrounding areas turn out in droves to cheer on runners in this annual race through city streets and along the breathtaking Lake Champlain waterfront. Activities include a Sport and Fitness Expo on Friday and Saturday, host to over 40 local and national exhibitors featuring the latest in sportswear, gear, local Vermont products and more. For more information, please visit www.vermontcitymarathon.org
Thursday, 5/31 - Sunday, June 3: Vermont Dairy Festival. A fun weekend of events celebrating all things dairy in northern Vermont, including a parade, horse pull, midway rides, animal barn, and fiddlers' show. Festival held in Enosburg Falls. For more information, please visit www.vermontdairyfestival.com
Friday, 6/1 & Saturday, 6/2: Champlain Valley Classic Dinner Train. 4:30 pm, ages 7 and up. Departs from Burlington. For more information and reservations, please visit trainridesvt.com or call 800-707-3530
Friday, 6/8 & Saturday, 6/9: Champlain Valley Classic Dinner Train. 4:30 pm, ages 7 and up. Departs from Burlington. For more information and reservations, please visit trainridesvt.com or call 800-707-3530
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