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What to Do: 11/17/13

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We have some ideas for what you can do this Sunday, November 17, 2013.

HOLIDAY BAZAAR

Get in the holiday spirit with a trip to the Chandler Gallery's Holiday Artisans Bazaar, with more than 40 local artisans and gourmet food producers. Randolph, 12-3 p.m., Free

SHREK THE MUSICAL

A show for all ages this evening - 'Shrek the Musical' is being put on at the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury. Catch the final matinee today at 2 p.m. $18-23

MAD RIVER GLEN & SUGARBUSH

Join Mad River Glen and Sugarbush Resort as they host 'The Big Kicker' featuring music, film screenings and an exhibition by the freestyle team.

RAIL JAM

Or, head down to Killington for their Loaded Turkey Rail Jam. Skiers and snowboarders kick off the season with runs through the rail park as they compete for the best prizes - including a frozen turkey. 9am-3pm, $20-$35, pre-register

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Grace United Methodist Church on 130 Maple Street in Essex Junction is having on Sunday November 17, 2013 two seatings for a pancake breakfast. 8:30am and 10:45am FREE. Come and enjoy scrambled eggs, sausage, pancakes and maple syrup and juice and coffee and good conversation around the table. Any questions call 878.5923 or church office 878.8071.

HISTORY TALK

Mark Sloler with the Ethan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program is giving a talk called: "The Articles of Confederation and the Constitution" at 2:00 pm at the Ethan Allen Homestead, Burlington. He says the writers of the Constitution did not plan to create the political system we have today. This lecture will explore their "original intent" as explained by what they said and wrote, as well as what they had experienced under both British rule from 1763-1776 and the Articles of Confederation from 1781-1787.

PUBLIC SKATING

Get the kids out onto the ice before the lake freezes over and taken them to Public Skating at the Chester Arena! Both free skate and lessons are available as well as a full snack bar serving hamburgers, hotdogs, goodies and more. $5 to skate and $3 for skate rentals. 12:30pm - 2:30pm

CLOTHING SWAP

Get in the spiriting of giving this weekend at the fall clothing swap at the Bugbee Senior Center in White River Junction. Bring in any clothing item that is gently worn or used.10am-2pm

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