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Head to South Street at 11 a.m. for the festive South Hero July 4th parade. You can also start the day at 8:30 a.m. with 5k race at the Clarence DeMar Road Race....

St. Albans hosts its annual Bay Day celebration. Participate in the Great Race Triathlon, a tradition since 1979.  Stay for other events, including the volleyball tournament, paddle boat race, live music and fireworks. Learn more about the Great Race here: https://www.facebook.com/share/S6uxhxsyCs4XaC8T/...

Newport City Downtown Development is proud to present its inaugural Forage Festival! Enjoy crafts, speakers, vendors, cooking demos and a dandelion stroll. Schedule: 9 a.m. Dandelion Run hosted by Kingdom Games Noon to 4 p.m. Forage Fest, Municipal Building 1-2 p.m. Opening day of Newport Farmers Market, Gardner Park 11 a.m....

The Muddy Onion gravel ride features three Central Vermont loops to choose from: the 20-mile “Hibernator” short loop, the 40-mile Classic long loop and the new 58-mile “Triple Bliss” option. The rides’ four aid stations will be fully stocked with refreshments. An afterparty features local adult...

The 15th Annual Grace Cottage Family Health & Hospital’s Spring into Health 5K starts on the Townshend Common. You can run, walk, roll, stroll, or push your stroller at this fun, family-friendly event. Registration is $20 per participant (children under the age of 18 are free with signed parent/guardian permission)....

Analog Cycles' Fifth Season muddy gravel race/ride in Poultney is a chance to ride to various sugar shacks over 22 miles and eat weird maple products as fast as you can before heading back to Analog Cycles for beers and a fire. Online registration deadline is...

Get ready for the revival of the Pig Race in Goshen—a classic Nordic ski event with a legacy dating back to the 1970s, founded by the legendary Tony Clark. The Blueberry Hill Outdoor Center in Goshen hosts 2.5, 7.5 and 15km self-timed 'races' that guarantee jumps,...

The Mad River Triathlon is a four-sports event in the Mad River Valley. The race starts with a five-mile run, followed by a six-mile paddle on the Mad River, a 10-mile bike ride, and a ski event skinning up Mount Ellen in nearby Fayston and...

The Rasputitsa gravel bicycle race marks its remarkable 10-year milestone at Jay Peak. A 53-mile race in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, Rasputitsa offers an authentic experience that wholeheartedly embraces the elements of the unknown and change. It welcomes all individuals and all types of bicycles, fostering inclusivity...

Beat the November doldrums by joining us for this fun, low key trail running series. Races are 5K in length, with a shorter 3K option. All races take place on the wide XC trails at Hard'ack, and all of the revenue goes back into trail...