Bring your own treasures for informal appraisal by William A. Smith, Auctioneers, Inc., from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm for $5.00 per item (maximum of three pieces per customer) www.norwichhistory.org
Ryegate - 250th Grand Celebration
9 -9pm 5K Run/Walk, Demos of cider pressing, rug braiding, working steers, black-smithing, old fashioned kids games, hayrides, postage cancellation, reading charter at 11:30
Wings of Hope
Saturday, September 7th in Lebanon NH www.vnavnh.org
2012 Kelly Brush Century Ride
In Middlebury, Vt. Now in its eighth year, the ride has raised over $1 million for adaptive athletes and ski racing safety. www.kellybrushfoundation.org
Cambridge Music Festival
The Porter Farm - local woodworker and carpenter made the wooden stage. Noon till midnight music on the farm. Benefits go to Cambridge 360'.
3rd annual Motorcycle Ride for Camp Ta-Kum-Ta
Starts at various locations and then meet up at the R.R. Charlebois on Route 7 in Milton then finish with escorted ride to the Champlain Islands and Camp Ta-Kum-Ta. http://tktride.kintera.org or www.takumta.org
South End Art Hop
Saturday & Sunday, South End, Burlington
Young Adventurer's Club
The Young Adventurers Club is having its first meeting/outing - 9 am at Eagle Mountain in Milton. The YAC promotes children's enthusiasm for playing in Vermont's outdoor spaces. This series of outings focuses on families getting out and having fun, without emphasizing going far or going fast.
Participants should bring their own snacks, lunch, and plenty of water.
All ages and abilities are welcome, although the trips are designed with 0-5 year olds in mind.
Trips will be weather dependent. gmcburlington.org
Health & Wellness Open House
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Blue Cross Blue Shield Information and Wellness Center, Blue Mall, Dorset St. South Burlington. A free, catered "lunch & learn" with award winning film maker, producer and writer Jay Craven, who will talk about the impact of humor on your overall health, chair massages and free biometric screenings are among this month's exciting activities for people of all ages. The first 100 attendees will receive a free wellness bag and there will be plenty of goodies for kids, too.
"This Verse Business"
A familiar face from the TV show "NYPD Blue" is on the stage in Montpelier this weekend.
Gordon Clapp plays poet Robert Frost in "Robert Frost: This Verse Business" at the Lost Nation Theater.
That runs through September 22.
Baker's Harvest Festival
10 a.m.- 4 p.m. At King Arthur Flour in Norwich
Plainfield Fire and Rescue is celebrating a hundred years of service with a parade and fireworks. That will be on the Recreation Field. A list of events can be found on their website:http://www.plainfieldvt.us/
Killington Hay Festival
Harvest celebration with giant hay sculptures. Through Columbus Day.
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