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What to Do: 4/12/14

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We've got fun and games for families this weekend in "What to Do."

MEGA MELTDOWN

Mega Meltdown is happening starting this morning at 9 am at Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee. Players test their luck at a 15-hour marathon of tabletop games hosted by Green Mountain Gamers. A silent auction benefits the Vermont Foodbank. It's between $10-15 to play.

BABY & CHILD EXPO

There's a Baby & Child Expo Spring Play Day in Berlin. Kids' vendors and workshops complement a host of kid-friendly activities. It starts at 10 a.m. at Berlin Elementary School. It's $8 to get in and free for kids.

THEATRE ON ICE

Vermont Children's Theatre on Ice is hosting the Northeast Theatre on Ice Festival at Leddy Park Arena in Burlington. More than 250 skaters from 5 states are taking part. Events begin at 5:30 pm. Admission is $5. Proceeds help members of the Vermont Children's Theatre on Ice travel to Detroit this summer for a national show.

FUNDRAISING AUCTION

Stephanie Taylor let us know about Team Phil's Fighters Quarter Auction to benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. It's at Twin Valley High School in Wilmington and Doors open at noon. There will be a bake sale, 50/50 raffle and quilt raffle. Bring lots of quarters!

BOOKMOBILE BIG RIG EVENT

The Franklin Grand Isle Bookmobile is holding its Fantastic Big Rig Event from 10am-12pm at Swanton School. It is a FREE event & open to all! http://www.fnwsu.org/bookmobile/home/

FIRE TRUCK PULL

Milton Middle School's Boston Field trip fundraiser is a fire truck pull. That's happening from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the MEMS building.

POND SKIMMING

It's the Spring Fling annual pond skim at Stratton Mountain Resort. Goggle tans and t-shirts are accessories of choice as we enjoy spring's soft snow, long days and sunshine. Costumes highly encouraged. Registration begins at 9:00am in the base lodge. Skim begins at 10:00am.

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