Tour the Resort's Kitchen Garden with activity and educational session while staying 2 nights.
Arrive Thursday for 2 nights, enjoy outdoor BBQ, meals at a local restaurant and food truck. Visit Shelburne Farms and farmers market.
Join the Inn at Weathersfield's executive chef, Jean-Luc Matecat at the Hidden Kitchen for pit roasting hands-on classes.
See the colors of fall in Stowe. Stay 2 nights, get the 3rd night free, set along river and woods with a view of Mount Mansfield.
When your group visit our state park Monday through Thursday, everyone can enjoy a picnic shelter or pavilion at no extra cost.
Special guest Rebekah Kaurman shows her older Steiffs. She will also present her 2014 holiday animal collection.
Your stay on our farm includes a studio rental that comes with looms, drum carder, spinning wheel and felting table.
Stay at our Inn, enjoy our 2-hour wheel throwing class that will take you from a ball of clay to your own piece of art.
Enjoy 2 dinners and museum pass when staying 3 nights in our historic Victorian mansion in Rutland.
Receive some Vermont products which includes local chocolate, wine, cheese and coffee when staying 2 nights.
Head to the Okemo Valley for three days of motor cycling events with plenty of chrome and pzazz. Ludlow, July 24 - 26.
Enjoy three days of readings, lectures and workshops during this great summer book festival. In Woodstock, July 25 -27.
Abenaki basket maker and educator Jeanne Brink discusses her people's history and culture. In Sudbury, July 31.
Bennington Museum hosts a reunion of models who sat for famed New England artist Norman Rockwell. Bennington, August 2.
Rockingham celebrates Old Home Day with special train rides - fitting for an illustrious old railroad town. August 2.
Over 100 stage productions featuring concerts, plays and the lively arts at venues throughout the Manchester, Dorset and Weston region. June 27 - August 2.
Summer means blueberries, and this festival does it up with a celebration of many things blue. In Wilmington, July 25 - August 3.
In addition to fine art and craft, there will be music, food, craft demonstrations, and the Vermont Craft Beer Tent. In Bennington, August 1 - 3.
A riveting, one-woman tour de force, produced by the Weston playhouse. In Weston, August 3.
Join prominent poets who will read from their favorite Galway Kinnell poems, to celebrate Kinnell's life of poetry. In Montpelier, August 7.
A Festival celebrating Vermont's farms, foods, forests, and creative economy. In Stowe, August 15, 16, and 17.
Vermont Folklife Center director Gregory Sharrow explores the fabric of Vermont’s farm culture in the past and today. In Landgrove, August 15.
Whatever music style sends you, Vermont has a wealth of summer festivals in memorable venues. Take a peek here.
August is Art in the Mad River Valley with scores of events - exhibits, performances, workshops, demos! August 1 - September 1.
Join your pooch for a 5k run, and for fun all weekend stay at the dog-friendly host resort too. In Jeffersonville, September 13.
Head to St. Albans for commemorative events marking the anniversary of the northern-most land action of the Civil War. September 18 - 21.
Run like a bandit! Follow a similar route as taken 150 years ago by escaping Confederate bank robbers. In St. Albans, September 21.