Events from June 22 – June 23 – Page 2 – Happy Vermont

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Upper Valley Free Time Fair in Norwich

Tracy Hall 300 Main Street, Norwich, VT, United States

Find your new hobby, club, volunteer opportunity or thing to do at the Upper Valley Free Time Fair in Norwich. It’s like a job fair—but for fun things! Over 30 groups will be tabling at the Free Time Fair covering the arts, athletics, outdoor recreation,...


BTV Market in Burlington

Burlington City Hall Park 149 Church Street, Burlington, VT, United States

Enjoy an outdoor market experience in the heart of downtown Burlington at the BTV Market. Explore an eclectic collection of local artists and makers. Enjoy live music, games, and kids activities and more. The BTV Market runs every Saturday in City Hall Park from June...

Mazza’s Strawberry Fest in Colchester

Sam Mazza's 277 LaVigne Road, Colchester, VT, United States

Taste everything strawberry at Mazza's Strawberry Fest, from creemees and donuts to fudge and shortcake. Enjoy a circus-inspired performances, food vendors, kids activities, pony rides and more. Free admission.

Rutland County Pride Festival

Rutland County Pride Festival Center Street and Merchants Row, Rutland, VT, United States

Enjoy music, vendors, food, drag performers, games, prizes and more. The mission of Rutland County Pride, Inc. is to enhance and sustain the well-being of the LGBTQ+ and allied communities by providing programs and services that cultivate community; advocate for LGBTQ+ interests; educate and empower...

Dog Mountain Founders Dog Party in St. Johnsbury

Dog Mountain 143 Parks Road, St. Johnsbury, VT, United States

You're invited to a dog party to celebrate the lives and loves of Dog Mountain founders, Stephen and Gwen Huneck. Enjoy live music, tacos, dog contests, raffle, bounce house, lawn games and more. If you have dogs, bring them. If you don’t, that's OK! Come...


BBQ & Brew in Rutland

Vermont State Fairgrounds 175 S. Main Street, Rutland, VT, United States

The BBQ & Brew Festival is a Festival of local restaurants, beloved food trucks and an assortment of beers all participating in a two-day outdoor event. Local bands and DJ’s will perform a variety of music to set the vibe and keep the energy high....

Military Road Guided Hike at Mount Independence

Hubbarton Battlefield State Historic Site 5696 Monument Hill Road, Hubbardton, VT, United States

Jim Rowe, historian for the Crown Point Road Association, leads a vigorous guided hike on the Hubbardton section of the 1776-77 military road to Mount Independence. Meet at the Hubbardton Battlefield visitor center. Wear sturdy shoes and bring water.  Then consider going on the August...

Beg, Steal or Borrow Performs Bluegrass in Sharon

Star Mountain Events 139 Star Mountain Road, Sharon, VT, United States

Beg, Steal or Borrow is a high octane, five-piece bluegrass band from Northern Vermont. Playing together for over 13 years, the band includes Jeremy Sicely on guitar and vocals; Geoff Goodhue on mandolin and vocals; Roland Clark on violin; Fran Forim on bass and vocals;...

Cavendish Village Ghost Walk

Old Duttonsville School 66 Duttonsville School Drive, Cavendish, VT, United States

In keeping with Mid-Summer Night’s Eve, the Cavendish Historical Society will host the annal Cavendish Village Ghost tour. The former Duttonsville School is thought to be haunted by children in what was once a classroom. The owner would hear laughing and sounds that a party...

Strawberry Festival in Middletown Springs

Middletown Springs Historical Society 4 Park Avenue, Middletown Springs, VT, United States

Strawberry lovers are invited to a sweet afternoon of fun on the Green.  The festival features delicious strawberry shortcake made with fresh local strawberries, homemade biscuits, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream, along with iced tea, lemonade or coffee.    


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: Rain or shine.