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Concerts on the Farm at Earth Sky Time in Manchester

Earth Sky Time 1547 Main Street, Manchester, VT, United States

Spend an evening at Earth Sky Time in Manchester for concerts. Beer, wine, pizza and desserts available. Tickets $15; students/farmers $10; kids free. See the full line-up here: earthskytime.com Rain or shine.  

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Scott Farm Crepe Night in Dummerston

Scott Farm Orchard 707 Kipling Road, Dummerston, VT, United States

Scott Farm in Dummerston hosts Crepe Night on the second Wednesday of the month between May and September. Celebrate the harvest, good simple food, and community in a stunning setting – picnic style. Delicious crepes, local music and spectacular views.

Sheep and Wool Day in Ferrisburgh

Rokeby Museum 4334 Route 7, Ferrisburgh, VT, United States

Celebrate Vermont’s wooly heritage at Rokeby Museum’s Sheep and Wool Day! This family-friendly event will feature sheep petting (Hands and Heart Farm), kid’s crafts, historic spinning and weaving, printing press demonstrations (A Revolutionary Press), an Instrument Petting Zoo (Vermont Folk Life Center), history farm tours,...

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Summer Music at Pittsford Village Farm

Pittsford Village Farm 42 Elm Street, Pittsford, VT, United States

Pittsford Village Farm hosts free summer concerts on Tuesdays on its 20-acre historic property. The farm, a nonprofit dedicated to being a community center for all, hosts free “Tunesday” concerts through mid-August. Enjoy folk, Celtic, bluegrass, Americana, rock and more. Sit back and enjoy an...

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Summer Concert Series at Knoll Farm in Waitsfield

Knoll Farm 700 Bragg Hill Road, Waitsfield, VT, United States

Spend an evening at scenic Knoll Farm in Waitsfield for a picnic and live music at its weekly concert series in July and August. Tickets $25. Picnicking starts at 5:30 p.m. Music begins at 7 p.m. July 20 -  The Wormdogs (buy tickets) July 27...

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Franklin County Field Days in Highgate

Franklin County Field Days Grounds 170 Airport Road, Highgate, VT, United States

Franklin Count Field Days is a family-fun tradition featuring midway rides, live music, livestock events, horse shows and pulling contests, a petting zoo, demolition derby, ATV drag race, truck and tractor pulls, train rides, poker tournaments, exhibits, demonstrations and favorite fair food. Admission is $15...

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Caledonia County Fair in Lyndonville

Mountain View Park 1 Fairground Road, Lyndonville, VT, United States

The Caledonia County Fair features rides, live music, a demolition derby, horse show, entertainment, exhibits, food, games and more. Check the fair's website for admission fees and schedule. Kids under 36-inches tall admitted free.

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Champlain Valley Fair in Essex Junction

Champlain Valley Expo 105 Pearl Street, Essex Junction, VT, United States

The Champlain Valley Fair, Vermont's largest event, features amusement rides, a monster truck show, live entertainment, music, a demolition derby, farm animals, exhibits, food, vendors and more.

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Guilford Fair

Guilford Fair 163 Fairground Road, Guilford, VT, United States

The annual Guilford Fair features a classic car show, an ox pull, farmer Olympics, exhibits, a chicken barbecue, games, circus arts, live music and more.  The annual fair started in 1942 and has been a local favorite ever since.

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Tunbridge World’s Fair

Tunbridge Fair 1 Fairgrounds Lane, Tunbridge, VT, United States

The legendary Tunbridge Fair features harness racing, pony pulling, swine showing, exhibits, tractor pulls, carnival rides, food, music and more. The Tunbridge World’s Fair has run continuously since 1867, except in 1918 during to the great flu epidemic, and during World War II.

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Vermont Sheep & Wool Festival in Tunbridge

Tunbridge Fair 1 Fairgrounds Lane, Tunbridge, VT, United States

The 36th annual Vermont Sheep & Wool Festival celebrates small farms and natural fiber with vendors offering fleece, yarn, wool products, fiber animals, fiber crafting supplies and local food. The festival includes sheep herding, fleece sale, contests, classes and demos.