Events from February 1, 2023 – February 11, 2023 – Happy Vermont

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Dover Open Mic Night

Dover Town Hall 189 Taft Brook Road, East Dover, VT, United States

Enjoy an evening of music, songs, and community at the historic Dover Town Hall. Open Mic Night features singers, musicians, and other talented locals.  The event is held the second and fourth Wednesday of the month.

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Waterbury Winterfest

Downtown Waterbury Route 100, Waterbury, VT, United States

Enjoy skating, broom ball, a fun run, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, singing, snow soccer, and more.

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Natural History Tour of the Burlington Sea Caves

Arthur Park North Avenue, Burlington, Vermont

Join a Petra Cliffs' Nature Educator on an interpretive outing to Burlington's historic Sea Caves. On the hike you will learn how the cave was formed, how it fits into the greater story of the Burlington landscape as well as the various human uses of...

Community Coffee Bar in Vershire

Made in Vershire Shop 6946 VT-113, Vershire, VT, United States

Come by for coffee, tea and baked goods. You'll find a great children's library, a local craft shop, and quality time with community members. A portion of proceeds supports VerShare (http://vershare.org/)  

Midwinter Celebration in Stowe

DuMont Meadhow Adams Mill Road, Stowe, VT, United States

The Stowe Land Trust invites everyone to get outside for a day on the land. Start at DuMont Meadow with a late-morning volunteer hour spent clearing trails and enjoying the quiet stillness of a winter meadow. Afterward, the group will move to the Mill Trail...

Sunset to Moonrise Walk in Marlboro

Vermont Natural History Museum 7599 VT Route 9, West Marlboro, VT, United States

Meet next to Vermont Distillers at the Hogback Scenic Overlook on Route 9. Watch the sun set in the west as the moon rises in the east. From there, participants will head into the forest of the Hogback Mountain Conservation Area for a pleasant walk...

Moonlight Snowshoe Hike and Bonfire at Ascutney

Ascutney Outdoors 449 Ski Tow Road, Brownsville, VT, United States

Get outside for an evening snowshoe jointly hosted by Ascutney Trails and Ascutney Outdoors. Bring your own snowshoes (and poles if desired) and a headlamp. Feel free to bring a snack or beverage. The group will end the hike with a bonfire in Mile Long...

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Winter Discovery Hike for Families in Montpelier

North Branch Nature Center 713 Elm Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

Come explore nature in a new way at North Branch Nature Center. Imagine yourself as an ant and take a “microscopic” hike into the leaf litter. Explore your sense of touch by “meeting a tree.” Expand your sense of hearing by adopting “deer ears” in...

Ice of Fire in Montpelier

Former Elks Lodge Property 203 Country Club Road, Montpelier, VT, United States

Enjoy music, performances, winter activities, storytelling, poetry, and a bonfire. Bring friends, masks, drums, shakers, cross-country skis, snowshoes, and a spirit of celebration! This event is co-created by AllTogetherNow VT and Montpelier Parks & Trees Department. This is a free event, however suggested donations of...

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Community Music Jam in Poultney

Green Mountain Community School 1 Brennan Circle, Poultney, VT, United States

Bring your instruments, your voices, and your ideas. Everyone will take turns, teaching each other new song numbers while keeping it simple. Rock, folk, blues, Americana. Feel free to bring lead sheets.

The “Hard” Mile Uphill Race in Pomfret

Saskadena Six Ski Area 247 Stage Road, Pomfret, VT, United States

Support the Woodstock Ski Runners at the first-ever Saskadena Six Uphill Race: The "Hard" Mile! Race up the Easy Mile trail to the peak and free ski down. Equipment required: Skis equipped with skinning /touring gear and/or split boards (no snowshoes).

$15

Family Snowshoe Scavenger Hunt in Middlebury

Chipman Hill Middlebury, VT, United States

Have you ever been interested in trying out some snowshoes? They can provide a great way to explore on- and off-trail in the winter. No experience necessary! Meet at Chipman Hill in the morning, give a snowshoe how-to, and then you’ll be able to complete...

$5 – $8