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What to Do: 4/13/14

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We have some ideas for what to do on Sunday, April 13, 2014.

FLAVORS OF THE VALLEY

Spring has actually sprung, and that means it's time for the 13th Annual Flavors of the Valley. The event is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hartford High School. More than 50 farms and food businesses will share samples and information. They expect more than a thousand people to attend this event.

EASTER EGG HUNT

There's an Easter Egg Hunt at the UVM horse farm. It's from 10am-1pm. Kids can search for eggs in the field, then catch a pony ride, do some crafts and have some snacks. Everything is free except for the pony rides which are $3 each.

SCRAPBOOKING

If you want to try your hand at scrapbooking ... Today's the day! Paper crafters share ideas and techniques at a day long creative session open to beginners. It's from 8am-4pm at the public library in Middlebury and it's free!

CLASSICS CONCERT

Now Playing Newport is hosting a classics concert. The Newport Area Community Orchestra Piano Trio is performing at 4pm. There is a suggested donation of five dollars. The concert is at St. Mark's Episcopal Church.

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