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Harvet Market:

What: Old Fashioned Harvest Market

When: Saturday, September 28 9AM-5PM and Sunday, September 29 10:00AM-4PM

Where: United Church of Underhill, intersection of Route 15 & Park St. in Underhill

Description:

The 39th annual Old Fashioned Harvest Market, sponsored by the United Church of Underhill, will be held on Saturday, September 28 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sunday, September 29 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. This family-friendly community fair features 2 days of entertainment, food, and fun, with an opening parade (9AM Saturday), over 100 crafters, LOTS of great food, kids activities, the National Guard climbing wall, and live music. Check underhillharvestmarket.com <http://www.underhillharvestmarket.com/> for full schedule and details. Admission: FREE; suggested donation: canned good or box of dried pasta or cereal for Essex-Jericho-Underhill Ecumenical Food Shelf.

Notable activities include:

· an opening parade (9AM Saturday)

· a wide variety of musical offerings

· numerous events for children, including old-fashioned games and activities (stilt walking, hoops, a dunking booth, etc.) and hay rides

· a log-sawing contest - Saturday at 12:30

· great food, from hand-cut French fries to homemade cookies to fresh-pressed cider

· great shopping, including the United Church of Underhill's two-story Clutter Barn (with additional tents set up to provide additional shopping), and over 100 artisans, antiques dealers, and food vendors

Spend a fall morning with the Vermont Land Trust on this 620-acre conserved gem in Marshfield!

Sat. Sept. 28. Walk starts at 9 a.m. and ends at noon.

Choose one of two, mellow 3 mile walks

Walk is free. Lunch is $ 15

Harvest & Craft Show:

CALL FOR CRAFTERS, VENDORS & ARTISANS: We invite you to join us under the Maple trees for the 9th annual Harvest Fair & Craft Show. The event is scheduled for September 28th from 10 to 4 on the Village Green, US Rte 7 in Pittsford Village. Hand-Made or Home-Grown is our theme. Artisan home décor items; jewelry and gemstones; quality craft items; local artwork; local produce and pumpkins; baked goods and preserves; maple products; basket raffle & a beautiful fall QUILT raffle! Bring your decorated Jack o' Lantern to our FREE contest (call for info) Bring the kids to visit the farm animals and dairy booth. Call Elizabeth at 802-483-9972 or email PittsfordHarvestFair@comcast.net for info.

Fire Victim Fundraiser:@

Gospel Choir's "Taking It Back." 7 p.m. Warren Ballrooms, Angell College Center. The Gospel Choir travels through time in this talent showcase. All proceeds go to help the victims of the fire at 15 Couch St. Students: $2 or $1 with non-perishable food donation. Public: $3 or $2 with non-perishable food donation.

CASTLETON PRESENTS "A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE"

Castleton College is pleased to present Arthur Miller's "A View From the Bridge" running from Thursday, September 26 through Sunday, September 29 in the Casella Theater. Show times are 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Directed by Harry McEnerny, "A View From the Bridge" is a tale of one man's obsessive affection for his niece that is tested by the arrival of his wife's cousins, who are also illegal immigrants.

Tickets for this performance are available by visiting castletontickets.com or by contacting the Fine Arts Center Box Office. Admission is $12 per ticket, and $7 for Castleton students and faculty. For more information please call the Fine Arts Center Box Office at (802) 468-1119.

Silent Auction:

On Saturday evening, Sept. 28, from 7:00pm-10:00pm at 51 Main in Middlebury, Addison County Council Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, in coordination with Womensafe, will host the 2nd annual "Shine a Light on Domestic Violence" silent auction event. Over 20 area artists donated their time and talents to decorate and upcycle gently used, working lamps. The lamps will be auctioned off to benefit education and local resources for women and children living with and transitioning from domestic violence situations. Music by local band, "BandAnna" and light refreshments provided.

 Benefit Game:

The 5th Annual MVU-BFA Powder Puff benefit football game will take place this Saturday, September 28th at the Collins-Perley Sports Complex beginning at 7:00 pm. Come watch the senior girls from our two schools compete on the gridiron to support the Bashaw Trauma Center at Northwest Medical Center.

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