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...Extended Period Of High Heat Index Values...An extended period of high heat index values will begin today andcontinue right through Tuesday across northern New York andVermont. The heat index is a measure of how hot it really feelswhen relative humidity is factored in with the air temperature.Values are expected to be in the upper 80s to lower 90s during theafternoon hours today through Tuesday due to record breaking heatexpected during this time period. This will create a greaterlikelihood of heat related illnesses...especially when prolongedexposure or strenuous activity takes place in these conditions.Anyone with outdoor activities planned today through Tuesday maybe more susceptible to heat related illnesses...especially if youwill be outdoors for an extended period of time or taking part instrenuous activity. Stay hydrated and take breaks in theshade...check on elderly family or friends who may not have airconditioning...and do not leave kids or pets unattended invehicles.
Posted: September 24, 2017, 8:26 am

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Stratton A fall spectacular featuring live music, hay rides, pumpkin painting and scenic lift rides to view the world-renowned Vermont fall foliage atop the tallest peak in southern Vermont. Celebrate fall and taste over 100 of the region’s top craft beers and ciders at the annual Brew Fest, choose your favorite recipe at the Chili Cook-Off or challenge yourself in the North Face Race to the Summit.
Stratton A fall spectacular featuring live music, hay rides, pumpkin painting and scenic lift rides to view the world-renowned Vermont fall foliage atop the tallest peak in southern Vermont. Celebrate fall and taste over 100 of the region’s top craft beers and ciders at the annual Brew Fest, choose your favorite recipe at the Chili Cook-Off or challenge yourself in the North Face Race to the Summit.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:53 pm
West Dover Oom-pah music provides a fitting backdrop to our famous schnitzel toss, keg toss, yodeling and stein-holding contests, apple slingshot, and of course, tons of beer and German fare! Don’t miss the breathtaking Vermont foliage, best seen from a scenic chairlift ride. Pumpkin painting, a corn maze, and bouncy house keep the kids entertained, and the 44th Annual Harvest Arts and Crafts Show is a great, FREE opportunity to start your holiday shopping!
West Dover Oom-pah music provides a fitting backdrop to our famous schnitzel toss, keg toss, yodeling and stein-holding contests, apple slingshot, and of course, tons of beer and German fare! Don’t miss the breathtaking Vermont foliage, best seen from a scenic chairlift ride. Pumpkin painting, a corn maze, and bouncy house keep the kids entertained, and the 44th Annual Harvest Arts and Crafts Show is a great, FREE opportunity to start your holiday shopping!
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:53 pm
Jay Featuring some of the finest locally-roasted coffees coupled with New England’s finest beers. Enjoy the coffee and beer sampling while listening to live music and playing lawn games. The event is kid and family friendly and runs from noon to 6 pm. Guests can expect to try beers from breweries like Harpoon, Narragansett, Queen City, Kingdom Brewing, Zero Gravity, Citizen Cider, Long Trail, Redhook, Kona, Widmer, Omission, Goose Island, Blue Point, Covered Bridge, Fiddlehead, Left Coast/Lucky Buddha, Crazy Mountain, 14th Star and others.
Jay Featuring some of the finest locally-roasted coffees coupled with New England’s finest beers. Enjoy the coffee and beer sampling while listening to live music and playing lawn games. The event is kid and family friendly and runs from noon to 6 pm. Guests can expect to try beers from breweries like Harpoon, Narragansett, Queen City, Kingdom Brewing, Zero Gravity, Citizen Cider, Long Trail, Redhook, Kona, Widmer, Omission, Goose Island, Blue Point, Covered Bridge, Fiddlehead, Left Coast/Lucky Buddha, Crazy Mountain, 14th Star and others.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:52 pm
Ludlow It’s time to celebrate the transition of the seasons with live music, hayrides, pumpkin painting, a pie eating contest, apple cider and hot chocolate. Enjoy a beverage from the beer garden and great food selections in the Jackson Gore Courtyard.
Ludlow It’s time to celebrate the transition of the seasons with live music, hayrides, pumpkin painting, a pie eating contest, apple cider and hot chocolate. Enjoy a beverage from the beer garden and great food selections in the Jackson Gore Courtyard.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:51 pm
Tunbridge Celebrating small farms and natural fiber with over 70 vendors offering fleece and yarn, fiber animals, handspinning and fiber crafting equipment and supplies, handcrafted wool items and local meat and cheese. The festival includes contests, fiber arts classes and demonstrations, shepherd workshops, herding and shearing demos, fleece sale and more, set against a backdrop of rolling hills during the peak of Vermont fall foliage.
Tunbridge Celebrating small farms and natural fiber with over 70 vendors offering fleece and yarn, fiber animals, handspinning and fiber crafting equipment and supplies, handcrafted wool items and local meat and cheese. The festival includes contests, fiber arts classes and demonstrations, shepherd workshops, herding and shearing demos, fleece sale and more, set against a backdrop of rolling hills during the peak of Vermont fall foliage.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:50 pm
Strafford Celebrate Johnny Appleseed’s birthday with a harvest festival at the Justin Morrill State Historic Site! Meet live farm animals, make cider in an antique press and play period games and crafts. Taste heirloom apples, artisan Vermont cheese, Vermont ice cream and homemade apple pie. Includes face painting, live music, apple pie contest with prizes, Fairy Village, hiking, Valley Quest, gardens, exhibits, icehouse and pond, and tour of historic home decorated with gingerbread architecture. Admission includes lunch!
Strafford Celebrate Johnny Appleseed’s birthday with a harvest festival at the Justin Morrill State Historic Site! Meet live farm animals, make cider in an antique press and play period games and crafts. Taste heirloom apples, artisan Vermont cheese, Vermont ice cream and homemade apple pie. Includes face painting, live music, apple pie contest with prizes, Fairy Village, hiking, Valley Quest, gardens, exhibits, icehouse and pond, and tour of historic home decorated with gingerbread architecture. Admission includes lunch!
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:48 pm
Woodstock Meet Vermont wood artisans while shopping for products at Billings Farm & Museum. Watch modern and traditional wood demonstrations by professional woodworkers on the farm grounds. Meet the animals as you learn about Vermont farms and forests. Get out and explore the trails at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park! Enjoy hands-on, family friendly activities at the Farm and National Park. Food and live music. Wagon rides, woodcrafting, forest tours, horse logging, demonstrations and more. Something for everyone!
Woodstock Meet Vermont wood artisans while shopping for products at Billings Farm & Museum. Watch modern and traditional wood demonstrations by professional woodworkers on the farm grounds. Meet the animals as you learn about Vermont farms and forests. Get out and explore the trails at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park! Enjoy hands-on, family friendly activities at the Farm and National Park. Food and live music. Wagon rides, woodcrafting, forest tours, horse logging, demonstrations and more. Something for everyone!
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:47 pm
Killington Saturday afternoons. Top names from the national scene take the stage for the eight-week, free outdoor concert series. Guests are invited to grab a lawn chair or blanket and head to Killington Resort’s Snowshed Adventure Center for these family-friendly events. Past lineups have included a diverse list of national acts such as Robert Randolph and the Family Band, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Donovan Frankenreiter.
Killington Saturday afternoons. Top names from the national scene take the stage for the eight-week, free outdoor concert series. Guests are invited to grab a lawn chair or blanket and head to Killington Resort’s Snowshed Adventure Center for these family-friendly events. Past lineups have included a diverse list of national acts such as Robert Randolph and the Family Band, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Donovan Frankenreiter.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:41 pm

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