Celebrate local food and food production, the apple harvest, and Vermont musicians at the 12th Annual Small Farms Food Fest! On Sunday, September 15, from 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Vermont farmers and food producers will create and sell specially prepared foods while local musicians perform all day long at Shelburne Orchards.
Pride Vermont's Parade & Festival is happening in Burlington. In addition to food and other events on Church Street, the parade will include performers, marchers and floats. It starts at 12:30 and is the state's largest event of its kind.
Central Vermont Humane Society Yard Sale is already underway and includes a chance to have specific items appraised.
8 A.M. - 2 P.M.
Pittsford Ridge Hike
BETTER L8 THAN NEVER CAR SHOW
Sunday, September 15, 2013
Bristol Recreation Field
110 Airport Drive
Car Show Sunday, September 15, 2013. Hosted by the Snake Mountain Cruisers. Admission: Donations for Camp Ta-Kum-Ta. Sponsored by the Addison County Chamber of Commerce.
THREADS & TREADS:
Come for the weekend of September 13, 14, and 15 to Bennington, Vermont for a Threads and Treads Celebration. The 47th Annual Bennington Car Show will be featuring Special Marques: Studebaker, Corvette, and Austin Healy vehicles. Food, Fun, Free Parking, Tractor Pull, and a variety of Vendors will be there. Visit the fantastic Quilt Show just down the street. Chat with vehicle owners at our Main Street Downtown Cruise-In. Enjoy a relaxing dinner at one of our many owner-operated restaurants. Stay up for the concert Saturday night to help round out the festivities. Contact the Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce at www.Bennington.com for more details and to ask about lodging availability. There are enough shops, galleries, museums, and recreation activities to keep the whole family entertained.
A REAL-LIFE ACTION ADVENTURE!
Fort Ticonderoga Presents the Brown's Raid 1777 Battle Re-enactment Sept 14-15
(Ticonderoga, NY) An attack led by patriot Colonel John Brown will take British troops garrisoning Fort Ticonderoga by surprise (again) 236 years later during the upcoming real life action adventure at Fort Ticonderoga on Saturday and Sunday, September 14-15, from 9:30am- 5pm.
The living history weekend and battle re-enactment will for the first time ever recreate what has become known as Brown's Raid. Historic interpreters and re-enactors from across the northeast will bring to life the little known 1777 action adventure story pulled straight from the pages of Fort Ticonderoga's history. During the dramatic event, Fort Ticonderoga's guests will witness first hand the high stakes mission undertaken by Colonel John Brown and his patriot militia and meet the larger-than-life characters that undertook this daring raid during special programs in the British held Fort and the American camps throughout the weekend. The Brown's Raid battle re-enactment will take place each day at 1:30 pm when the raiders will rush forward against the British held lines, overlooking Fort Ticonderoga. Can the patriot militia capture Fort Ticonderoga or will the British and German soldiers hold the Fort?
"Brown's Raid will be a busy weekend of programs and demonstrations. Military activities include demonstrations of artillery firing, inspection of troops, and musket drill and firing," said Beth Hill, Fort Ticonderoga President and CEO. "Fort Ticonderoga guests will step into the moment in 1777 in the American camp and British Fort and be an eyewitness to the command discussions and decisions during this must-experience weekend event."
Admission to Brown's Raid is included in the general admission ticket. For event details visit www.fort-ticonderoga.org http://www.fort-ticonderoga.org/ or call 518-585-2821.
A LOGISTICAL NIGHTMARE: THE OUTFITTING OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR ERA ARMIES IN THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY
September 15th, 2013 @4p.m.
Learn how archaeological and historical research at Mount Independence, Fort Ticonderoga, and Crown Point revealed the history of the supplies and supply lines so critical to the success and failure of the rebel and British military forces in 1776 and 1777.
For more information please contact the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum at 865-4556 or e-mail email@example.com
HARVEST FOR HUNGER TO BENEFIT HINESBURG FOOD SHELF
10am - 3pm
190 Pond Road Hinesburg, VT05461
-Last year, our guests donated over 600 pounds of food to the Hinesburg Food Shelf; let's do even more this year! Should you choose to make a cash donation, collection jars will be available and proceeds sent to With Love From Vermont.
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