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What to Do: December 28, 2013

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We have some ideas for what you can do on Saturday, December 28, 2013.

VARIETY SHOW

The Logger's holiday variety show is an evening of music, comedy, and acting. Rusty DeWees is joined by his band the Fellers and special guest Uncle Furmon. That's from 8-10 p.m. It costs $25 and is at Stowe High School.

FARMER'S MARKET

Middlebury is holding its Winter Farmers Market with crafts, cheeses, breads, veggies and more. That's 9:30AM-1PM at Mary Hogan Elementary School.

MOONLIGHT SKI & SNOWSHOE

Kingdom Trails in East Burke will host a 1/2 mile self-guided, torchlit trail ski or snowshoe from the Darling Hill Nordic Center on the Bemis Trail. Bring a headlamp. Check in at the Darling Hill Nordic Center for directions- or simply make your way to Bemis and head up to Junction #13 where you'll find a fire and hot chocolate to warm you up. Members and Day Pass holders are free. All others: $5. It begins at 6 p.m.

FARMER'S MARKET

Rutland is holding its Winter Farmers Market with more than 50 vendors. Saturday, December 28, 10AM-2PM at Vermont Farmers Food Center in Rutland.

SLEIGH RIDES

Weather permitting, Shelburne Farms is holding sleigh rides across its fields. Rides leave every half hour. 11AM-2PM. $8-10; free for kids under 3.

HOLIDAY SHOW

Barre is holding its annual holiday show, which wraps up today. It includes a wide variety of fine art and crafts. Hundreds of one-of-a-kind gifts made by local artists are exhibited on three floors of Barre's beloved downtown gallery.

CIRQUE PERFORMANCE

Ruckus: A Cirque Spectacular is being performed at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center in Stowe. Organizers call it a unique show that embodies the excitement and mystique of a circus mixed with dance and theater. Tickets cost $38 and the show starts at 7 p.m.

WINTER MARKET

Stratton Village is holding a winter market from noon to 5 p.m. There will be local vendors, face painting, a caricature artist, and more.

FROSTFEST

ECHO in Burlington is holding its annual FrostFest. You can bury a moose in paper snowflakes, investigate frost and ice, and make catapults to fling snowballs indoors. That's from 10 to 5 Saturday and Sunday.

SWING DANCE

Vermont Swings is holding its Saturday dance at the Champlain Club in Burlington -- with a beginner swing lesson followed by social dancing. That starts at 7:30 and goes until 11 p.m. It's $5 at the door. More at http://www.vermontswings.com or https://www.facebook.com/groups/vermontswings.

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