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Fall events: October 11 to October 13

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Here are some fall events worth taking peek.

The Big Buzz Chainsaw Carving Festival
Oct. 9 – 14, Chester
Carvers will be setting up and doing demonstrations throughout the week and the popular quick carving events will start on Friday the 11th. at 1:30 and continue throughout the weekend. - See more at: http://www.yourplaceinvermont.com/event/big-buzz-chainsaw-carving-festival-2013/


Mountain Biking Weekend

Make a weekend of leaf-peeping while mountain biking in Vermont! Saturday, October 12 it's the Leafblower Classic in Stowe, then Sunday, October 13 is the Onion River Sports Green Mountain Enduro at Norwich University! The best way to see foliage is from the trail! bit.ly/1arTWEp 


Vermont Barn Tour

October 12, Addison County
Tour six premier 18th to late 20th century barns in northwestern Addison County. The tour will focus on the changing architecture and use of barns over two centuries. The Historic Barn Tour is sponsored by the Sheldon Museum in Middlebury and proceeds benefit the museum.


Columbus Day Celebration

Oct. 12 - 13, Stratton Mountain
Join us as we celebrate autumn and the changing season in the midst of stunning fall foliage over Columbus Day Weekend, October 12-13. Family fun, fall foliage and a run to the Summit are in store during our annual Chilifest Cookoff, North Face Race to the Summit and Harvestfest!


52nd Annual Fall Foliage Art in the Park

Oct. 12 - 13, Rutland
The Chaffee Art Center invites you to their 52nd Annual Art in the Park Fine Art and Craft Festivals, featuring the superior work of over 60 fine artists and crafts people. Handcrafted woodenware, clothing, pottery, jewelry, glass and more! Enjoy food and music while you shop!


Honora Winery's 5th Annual Grape Stomp & Harvest Festival

Oct. 12 - 13, West Halifax
We've expanded this event to 2 full days and have moved it to the Vineyard this year! There will be live music both days by Cracked Walnuts Banjo Duo, Sat. Darryl Hill Blues Band will also perform, local farmers market, crafters, food vendors and wine tastings, of course.


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