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Vergennes, Vermont Events

2004-2005

Vergennes Day - A fun day to spend in Vergennes, Vermont! Great family activities found throughout the City - City Park, Basin Area along the banks of the Otter Creek, Vergennes Opera House, Bixby Memorial Library, and more. Click here for the schedule

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BURLINGTON, VERMONT

EVENTS


and Events in neighboring Northern Vermont Towns

 

9/22/04 through 12/29/04, St. Albans
Concert - Fingerstyle guitar: Acoustic fingerstyle guitar music. Chow Bella Restaurant (24-28 North Main Street), Wednesday, 6-8:30 pm. 802-524-1405

9/25/04 through 1/2/05, Burlington
Exhibit - Amazing Feats of Aging: Explore the mysteries of why and how animals, including humans, age in this colorful, carnival-themed exhibition. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (One College Street), Daily, 10-5 pm Thursday, 10-8 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848

9/30/04 through 12/11/04, St. Johnsbury
Buy Buy Birdie - Bird House Art Fundraiser: Creative bird house art by local artists, supporting St. Johnsbury Athenaeum. St. Johnsbury Athenaeum (1171 Main Street), Admission. 802-748-8291

10/23/04 through 4/1/05, Stowe
Skiing Cochrans: The Vermont Ski Museum proudly announces the induction of the Skiing Cochrans into the Vermont Ski Museum Hall of Fame. Vermont Ski Museum (1 South Main Street), 802-253-9911

10/29/04 through 11/28/04, Burlington
Exhibit - The 5th Annual Firehouse Open: Firehouse Open will feature 50 artists. Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts (149 Church Street), Daily, Noon-5 pm. Free. 802-865-7166

11/10/04 through 11/20/04, Burlington
Play - All My Sons by Arthur Miller: Presented by Champlain Players. Alumni Auditorium, Champlain College (375 Maple Street), Wednesday-Saturday, 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-651-5962

11/17/04, Burlington
UVM Schweitzer Auction for Local Refugees and Immigrants: Come bid on over a hundred goods and services from pies to mountain getaways. UVM College of Medicine, Given Building (89 Beaumont Avenue), Silent auction, 4:30 pm Live auction, 6 pm. 802-865-0298

11/17/04 through 11/20/04, Burlington
Play - All My Sons: The Champlain Players present Arthur Miller's “All My Sons.” . Champlain College's Alumni Auditorium (375 Maple Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-651-5962

11/18/04, Burlington
Echo Public Program - Assessing Risk for Heart Attack: Healthy Body month. Assessing risk for heart attack: what's new?. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College Street), 6:30-7:30 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848 X118

11/18/04, Burlington
Performance - Peter Burns : Comedian, writer, storyteller and performance artist Peter Burns comes to campus. Champlain College Dining Hall (375 Maple Street), 7:30 pm. Free. 802-860-2700

11/18/04, Burlington
Intercollegiate Writers' Exchange: Intercollegiate Writers' Exchange for college students from the area. Champlain College Dining Hall (375 Maple Street), 7:30 pm. Free. 802-860-2700

11/18/04, Danville
84th Annual Danville Methodist Game Supper: Oldest game supper in Vermont. All-you-can eat game pies (plus chicken & rabbit), and generous side dishes. Methodist Church on the Green (89 Park Street), 5-7 pm. Admission. 802-684-3666 or 802-684-3398

11/18/04 through 11/20/04, Milton
Play - Pippin: 9th annual community musical. Milton High School Auditorium (17 Rebecca Lander Drive), Thursday-Friday, 7:30 pm Saturday, 2 & 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-893-3230 X503

11/18/04 through 11/21/04, South Burlington
52nd Annual Crafts and Fine Art Show: Featuring 180 juried Vermont artisans. Sheraton Conference Center (870 Williston Road), Thursday, Noon-8 pm Friday, 10-8 pm Saturday, 10-6 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Admission. 800-373-5429 or 802-933-2420

11/18/04 through 11/21/04, South Burlington
Vermont Hand Crafters 52nd Annual Holiday Craft Show: The 52nd Annual Show features more than 180 juried craft producers and fine artists. Sheraton Conference Center (870 Williston Road), Thursday & Friday, 10-8 pm Saturday, 10-6 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Entry Fee. 800-373-5429

11/19/04, Burlington
The Del McCoury Band: The most celebrated group in bluegrass, the Del McCoury Band. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

11/19/04, Burlington
Predators of the Sky Coming to Your Neighborhood: Bring the whole family along and come learn what makes a bird a raptor. UVM Center Campus Theatre (University Place), 7 pm. Entry Fee. 802-359-5000

11/19/04, Burlington
Concert - Counterpoint: St. Michael's College centenary celebration concert with Vemront's professional vocal ensemble. St. Michael's College, 802-259-2327

11/19/04 through 11/20/04, Hyde Park
Play - Woodchuck Warrior-Journal of a Vietnam Vet: A young satirist's experiences in the Vietnam war. Hyde Park Opera HOuse (Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-223-5124

11/20/04, Barnet
20th Annual All You Can Eat Game Supper: Features moose, bear and venison along with mashed potatoes, squash, homemade rolls and pies. Barnet Congregational Church (Church Street), 4:30 pm until all are served. Admission. 802-748-3300

11/20/04, Burlington
Concert - Jamie Baum Septet: Acclaimed flautist and composer Jamie Baum and her septet. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (153 Main Street), 8 pm. 802-863-5966

11/20/04, Richmond
Vermont Folklife: Gregory Sharrow, of the Vermont Folklife Center, will talk about Vermonts cultural legacies and folkways. Richmond Congregational Church, Fellowship Hall (20 Church Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-434-3654

11/20/04, Waterville
Community Contra Dance: Contras, squares, circles, and more. Mark Sustic is caller. Waterville Town Hall (Route 109), 7 pm. Entry Fee. 802-849-6968 or 802-644-2233

11/21/04, Burlington
Burlington Choral Society Fall Concert: The Burlington Choral Society will be joined by the Champlain Valley Oratorio Society of Plattsburgh, NY. . Ira Allen Chapel, University of Vermont campus, 3 pm. Admission. 802-878-5919

11/21/04, Burlington
Echo Public Program - Warning Signs of Heart Attack & Stroke: Healthy body month: take heart - how to recognize those warning signs for strokes and heart attacks. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College Street), 2-3 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848 X118

11/27/04, Essex Junction
12th Annual Christmas Craft Show: Annual craft show featuring Vermont products from local crafters. Grace United Methodist Church (130 Maple Street), 9-4 pm. Free. 802-878-2809

11/27/04, Essex Junction
Christmas Bazaar: Craft fair and luncheon. Grace United Methodist Church (130 Maple Street), 9-3 pm. Free. 802-878-2809

11/27/04 through 11/28/04, Jeffersonville
Holiday Fair: Arts, crafts, Vermont made speicalties, and more. Bryan Memorial Gallery (Main Street), 10-4 pm. Free. 802-644-5100

11/27/04 through 11/28/04, Stowe
Candy Cane Making Demonstrations: Candy Cane making is a time honored tradition which celebrates the wonder of the season and employs all the senses. Laughing Moon Chocolates (Mountain Road ), 2 pm. Free. 802-253-9591

11/28/04, Burlington
Echo Public Program - The Highsteppers: The highsteppers will be stepping lightly around ECHO. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College Street), 2-3 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848 X118

12/1/04, Jeffersonville
Cambridge Coffeehouse - Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen: Acoustic music in a coffeehouse atmosphere. 158 Main Restaurant & Bakery (upstairs) (158 Main Street), 7-9 pm. Donation. 802-644-6632 or 802-644-2233

12/1/04, St. Johnsbury
Eleanor of Aquitaine: Learn about one of Europe's most interesting queens, Eleanor of Aquitaine, from Professor Graham Newell. St. Johnsbury Athenaeum (1171 Main Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-748-8291

12/2/04, Burlington
Echo Public Program - Your Teeth for Life: Community connections month - your teeth for life. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College Street), 6:30-7:30 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848 X118

12/2/04 through 12/4/04, Burlington
The Eight: Reindeer Monologues: The hilarious adult Christmas comedy by Jeff Goode returns to Burlington December 2-4. Contois Auditorium - City Hall (Chruch Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 888-212-5884

12/2/04 through 1/7/05, Stowe
23rd Annual Festival of Trees: See a variety of decorated trees. Helen Day Art Center (School Street), 802-253-8358

12/2/04 through 1/7/05, Stowe
23rd Annual Festival of Trees: See a variety of decorated trees. Helen Day Art Center, 802-253-8358

12/3/04, Burlington
Concert - Christmas is Coming: Christmas with Counterpoint, Vermont's professional vocal ensemble. First United Methodist Church of Burlington (North Winnoski Avenue and Buell Street), 802-259-2327

12/3/04 through 1/9/05, Burlington
Exhibit - The 6th Annual Print Show: Print Studio 250 brings together ten of the area's finest artists to create a series of monoprints. Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts (149 Church Street), Daily, Noon-5 pm. Free. 802-865-7166

12/3/04 through 12/5/04, Essex Junction
Vermont International Festival: Celebration of world cultures through international craft bazaar, food, music, dance and cultural exhibits. . Blue Ribbon Pavilion, Champlain Valley Expo (Route 15), Friday, 5-8 pm Saturday, 10-6 pm Sunday, 10-5 pm. Admission. 802-863-6598

12/3/04, Stowe
Leture - Ethics in Journalism: How journalistic ethics, as opposed to popular morality, affects the public view of journalists. Stoweflake Resort (Mountain Road), 9-10 am. Free. 802-658-1209

12/4/04, Burlington
Concert - Vermont Symphony Orchestra Masterworks Series: World renown violinist Jaime Laredo leads the Vermont Symphony Orchestra in an all-Mozart program. Flynn Center, Burlington (Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 800-876-9293 X10 or 802-863-5966

12/4/04 through 12/5/04, Stowe
Candy Cane Making Demonstrations: Candy Cane making is a time honored tradition which celebrates the wonder of the season and employs all the senses. Laughing Moon Chocolates (Mountain Road), 2 pm. Free. 802-253-9591

12/5/04, Burlington
Theater Terra - Frog and His Friends: This adorable life-size puppetry musical by Holland's Theater Terra illuminates the true meaning of friendship. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 3 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

12/5/04, Burlington
Echo Public Program - The Importance of Age in Culture: Community connections month - the importance of age in culture: Chinese, Sudanese, Abenaki, Quebecois. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College Street), 2-3 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848 X118

12/5/04, Burlington
Predators of the Sky Coming to Your Neighborhood: Bring the whole family along and come learn what makes a bird a raptor. UVM Center Campus Threatre (University Place), 2 pm. Entry Fee. 802-359-5000

12/5/04, St. Albans
Concert - Christmas is Coming: Christmas with Counterpoint, Vermont's professional vocal ensemble. Episcopal Church, 4 pm. 802-259-2327

12/9/04, Burlington
Echo Public Program - Aging of the Skin: Community connections month - aging of the skin. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College Street), 6:30-7:30 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848 X118

12/9/04, Burlington
Joe Bruchac Visits Champlain College: Native-American poet, essayist, novelist and children's story writer visits Champlain College. Champlain College Dining Hall (375 Maple Street), 7:30 pm. Free. 802-860-2700

12/10/04, Burlington
Dance - Passion: MOMIX presents one of Vermont-born artistic director Moses Pendleton's signature works. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

12/10/04 through 12/11/04, Johnson
Ballet - The Nutcracker : The holiday classic returns with a new interpretation by artistic director Alexander Nagiba. Johnson State College, Friday, 10 am Saturday, 4 pm. Admission. 802-635-1251

12/11/04, Burlington
Concert - Holiday Pops: Chorus Director Robert DeCormier, the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and the VSO Chorus present the annual Holiday concert. Flynn Center (Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 800-876-9293 X10 or 802-863-5966

12/11/04 through 12/12/04, Jay
New England Telemark Festival: Free-heelers from across New England hit Jay Peak for an awesome 2 day fest that includes demos, races and a huge party. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), 9-4 pm. Admission. 802-988-2611

12/11/04, Jeffersonville
Book Discussion - Northanger Abbey by Jane Austin: Facilitated dicussion of Northanger Abbey by Jane Austin. Varnum Memorial Library (Main Street), 3-5 pm. Free. 802-644-6632

12/11/04 through 12/12/04, Stowe
Stowefest Demo Days: In the market for new gear? Stop by to test this year's latest ski and snowboard equipment before you buy. Stowe Mountain Resort, bottom of the Mansfield FourRunner Quad (5781 Mountain Road), Free. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

12/11/04 through 12/12/04, Stowe
Candy Cane Making Demonstrations: Candy Cane making is a time honored tradition which celebrates the wonder of the season and employs all the senses. Laughing Moon Chocolates (Mountain Road ), 2 pm. Free. 802-253-9591

12/12/04, Burlington
Nebraska Theater Caravan - A Christmas Carol: Musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic tale. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (153 Main Street), 7 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

12/12/04, Burlington
Echo Public Program - The Magic of Canine Therapy: Find out how dogs are therapeutic in rest homes and prisons. ECHO at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain (1 College Street), 2-3 pm. Admission. 802-864-1848 X118

12/12/04, Burlington
Concert - Holiday Pops: Chorus Director Robert DeCormier, the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and the VSO Chorus present the annual Holiday concert. Paramount Theatre (Center Street), 3 pm. Admission. 800-876-9293 X10

12/12/04, Burlington
McNeish School of Irish dance - Christmas Ceili: Irish step dancing for the whole family. See performances by the McNeish School of Irish Dance and learn ceili dances. Mater Christi elementary school gym (Mansfield Avenue), 2-4 pm. Donation. 802-878-3824 or 802-434-3282

12/12/04, Craftsbury Common
Craftsbury Opener XC Ski Race: Cross country ski race. 2, 5 and 10 kilometer distances, freestyle technique. Crafsbury Outdoor Center (535 Lost Nation Road), 10 am. Registration Fee. 802-586-7767 X26

12/17/04, Burlington
Nowell Sing We Clear: Pageant of midwinter carols and tunes for the holiday season. FlyhnSpace (Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

12/18/04, Burlington
Concert - The Cosmosamatics: Enthusiastic improvisational jazz. FlynnSpace (153 Main Street), 8 pm. 802-863-5966

12/18/04 through 12/19/04, Burlington
Opera - Amahl and the Night Visitors: Operatic tale of three kings, a crippled child and a Christmas miracle. First Unitarian Universalist Society (152 Pearl Street), Saturday, 8 pm Sunday, 4 pm. Admission. 802-862-5630 X21 or 802-862-5630

12/18/04 through 12/19/04, Stowe
Candy Cane Making Demonstrations: Candy Cane making is a time honored tradition which celebrates the wonder of the season and employs all the senses. Laughing Moon Chocolates (Mountain Road), 2 pm. Free. 802-253-9591

12/18/04 through 12/19/04, Stowe
Chevy Mountain Experience: Chevy will be on site to display their latest fleet of 2005 vehicles. Stop by for a free tour and free gift. Stowe Mountain Resort, Free. 802-253-3500

12/26/04 through 12/29/04, Stowe
Film - Warren Miller's Impact: Part of the Stowe Film Festival at the Vermont Ski Museum. $10. Vermont Ski Museum, 7 pm. Admission. 802-253-9911

12/31/04 through 1/1/05, Burlington
BUZZFEST at First Night Burlington: All-ages New Year's rockout in five downtown venues - punk/rawk/hip-hop and more. Memorial Auditorium (250 Main Street), noon-midnight. Admission. 802-865-1140 or 802-863-6005

First Night
First Night Burlington on the Church Street Marketplace 12:30 pm – Midnight
First Night Burlington, Vermont’s premier, affordable, substance-free New Year’s Eve celebration of the arts, welcomes people of all ages to downtown Burlington. Hundreds of artists perform in 30 venues from noon to 1:00am. The downtown streets are alive and aglow with continuous entertainment and artistry for all ages. Enjoy the wonderful sights and sounds of theater, magic, music, dance and comedy, all for the price of one button. Fireworks light up the night sky for two electrifying pyrotechnic displays. The 2nd Annual Drums & Dragons Taiko Parade celebrates Asian culture on the Church Street Marketplace at 6:00pm, followed by Children’s Fireworks on the Waterfront at 7:15pm. Join the throngs welcoming the dawn of the New Year at the midnight fireworks. All performances are within walking distance of downtown. There is something for everyone at First Night Burlington 2003, our 20th Celebration

FIRST NIGHT BURLINGTON
Welcome to the 22th Anniversary Edition of First Night! Join us and 1001 performing artists as we welcome the New Year from noon to 1 a.m. at 25 venues in downtown Burlington. Sambatucada kicks-off our celebration at noon in front of City Hall. Then catch as many of our 200 performances as you can in a thirteen hour marathon of magic, music, comedy and fireworks.

1/4/05, Stowe
Ski Bum Race: This team race series dates back to the 1960's. Stowe Mountain Resort, 802-253-7704

1/5/05, St. Johnsbury
Lecture - Finding Voice Through Real Stories: Filmmaker Bess O'Brien will discuss her work and its impact on the community. St. Johnsbury Atheneum (1171 Main Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-748-8291

1/6/05 through 1/9/05, Greensboro
Mindful Knitting Workshop: Mindful Knitting Workshop and Retreat with Tara Jon Manning. Highland Lodge (1608 Craftsbury Road), Admission. 802-533-2647

1/6/05 through 1/7/05, Stowe
Eastern Cups: These races are FIS and USSA sanctioned events hosted by the Mount Mansfield Ski & Snowboard Club. Stowe Mountain Resort, 802-253-7704

1/6/05 through 1/8/05, Stowe
Financial Communications Society's Race for Kids: Come watch as members of the media test their skiing skills on Mount Mansfield. Stowe Mountain Resort (Mountain Road), 10 am. 800-253-4754

1/6/05 through 1/8/05, Stowe
FCS Face for Kids: Come watch as members of the media test their racing skills on Mount Mansfield. Stowe Mountain Resort, 10 am. 802-253-4758

1/7/05, Burlington
Pete Sutherland and Friends: Annual showcase for tunes and songs written by Pete Sutherland. FlynnSpace (Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/7/05, Burlington
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia: Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia returns with two loving tales told with the use of magical puppetry. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 6:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/7/05, Stowe
Torchlight Parade and Fireworks: A spectacle of light travels down Mount Mansfield's Gondolier followed by an exciting fireworks show. Stowe Mountain Resort (5784 Mountain Road), 7 pm. Free. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

1/10/05 through 1/12/05, Stowe
Women In Motion: Women's ski/snowboard clinic designed for women and coached by women. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), Registration Fee. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

1/11/05, Stowe
Ski Bum Race: This team race series has roots dating back to the 1960's. Stowe Mountian Resort, 802-253-7704

1/14/05, Burlington
Performance - Beauty: Laurie Anderson is one of the premier performance artists in the world. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/14/05 through 1/16/05, Essex Junction
13th Annual Yankee Sportsmans Classic: Vermont's largest hunting and fishing outdoor sportsman show. Robert E. Miller Expo Center at the Champlain Valley Fair Grounds (Pearl Street), Friday, Noon-8 pm Saturday, 9-7 pm Sunday, 9-5 pm. Admission. 802-877-0033 or 802-238-7501

1/15/05, Stowe
Torchlight Parade and Fireworks: A spectacle of light travels down Mount Mansfield's Gondolier followed by an exciting fireworks show. Stowe Mountan Resort (5781 Mountain Road), 7 pm. Free. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

1/15/05 through 1/16/05, Stowe
Chevy Mountian Experience: Chevy will be on site to display their fleet of 2005 vehicles. Stop by for a free tour and free gift. Stowe Mountain Resort, 802-253-3500

1/17/05, Burlington
Dorothy Canfield Fisher - A Vermonter for the World: A living history presentation by Helene Lang showcasing the Vermont writer's life works. First Congregational Church (38 South Winooski Avenue), 7 pm. Free. 802-985-9494

1/18/05, Stowe
Ski Bum Race: This team race series has roots datin back to the 1960's. Stowe Mountain Resort, 802-253-7704

1/19/05, St. Johnsbury
Slide Lecture - The Neolithic World of Stone: This slide lecture will address questions like who built Stonehenge and why, shen and how was it built. St. Johnsbury Athenaeum (1171 Main Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-748-8291

1/21/05 through 1/30/05, Stowe
31st Annual Stowe Winter Carnival - Fire And Ice: The festival has an event to entertain everyone in your family. Various locations throughout town, 802-253-7321

1/22/05, Burlington
Play - Late Nite Catechism: Catechism classes were never as much fun—or as hilarious—as they are when led by Sister in Late Nite Catechism. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn Mainstage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/22/05, Craftsbury Common
Craftsbury Sled Dog and Skijor Races: Mid-distance sled dog races - 30 and 60 miles. Skijor - 7 and 15 miles. Craftsbury Outdoor Center (535 Lost Nation Road), 10 am . Entry Fee. 802-899-6705 or 802-586-7767

1/23/05, Burlington
Concert - Vermont Youth Orchestra Winter Meditation: Take off winter's chill with a program of music to warm and inspire. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (Main Street), 3 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/27/05 through 1/29/05, Burlington
Play - Cul-de-sac: Daniel MacIvor is Canada's most popular postmodern playwright. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, FlynnSpace (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/27/05 through 1/29/05, Burlington
Play - Cul-de-sac: Daniel MacIvor is Canada's most popular postmodern playwright. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, FlynnSpace (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/27/05, Stowe
5th Annual Ice Carving Competition: A nationally sanctioned event with ice carving fun, bonfire, music and food. Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa (1746 Mountain Road), Carving, 3 pm Music & food, 6:30 pm Judging, 8:30 pm. Free. 802-253-7321

1/28/05, Burlington
Concert - Jack DeJohnette's Latin Project: Jack DeJohnette exploded onto the music scene with his Latin Project at last year's Montreal Jazz Festival. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

1/28/05, Jay
Vermont Dairy Farmer's Appreciation Day: Over 200 Northern Vermont dairy farmers participate in a fun-filled day of skiing, obsticle course races & awards party. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), 802-988-2611

1/29/05, Craftsbury Common
Banknorth Craftsbury XC Ski Marathon: 25 and 50K classical technique point to point x-c ski race and tour. Registration at Craftsbury Academy (North Craftsbury Road), 9 am. Entry Fee. 802-586-7767

1/29/05, Jay
Randonee Race: Ski mountaineering race through the woods and trails at Jay Peak. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

1/29/05, Stowe
Stowe Slopestyle Series I: This freestyle event is open to all ages and disciplines. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), Registration Fee. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

1/30/05, Burlington
Play - Contact: In its 2000 debut, Contact took New York's Lincoln Center by storm. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Mainstage (153 Main Street), 7 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

2/2/05, St. Johnsbury
Slide Lecture - Landscapes of the Sublime: Slides illustrate this lecture about the development of American painting by Professor Cannon LaBrie. St. Johnsbury Atheneum (1171 Main Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-748-8291

2/4/05 through 2/5/05, Stowe
UVM Winter Carnival: See some of the nations finest men and women ski racers compete. Stowe Mountain Resort (Mountain Road), 802-253-7704

2/5/05, Burlington
Dance - Garth Fagan: Garth Fagan, Tony Award-winning choreographer of The Lion King. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

2/5/05, Jay
Skier/Boarder Cross: Up to 5 skiers or snowboarders race head-to-head down an obstacle course of jumps, burms, rollers and gates. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

2/7/05 through 2/9/05, Stowe
Women in Motion : A skiing and riding clinic designed for women, taught by women, and attended only by women. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), Admission. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

2/10/05 through 2/11/05, Jay
Annual New England Powder 8 Championships: Teams of two skiers each, skiing in synch at high speeds attempt to create perfect round 8s in the snow. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

2/11/05, Burlington
Musical Theater - Polygraph Lounge: Rob Schwimmer and Mark Stewart are veteran multi-instrumentalists and vocalists. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, FlynnSpace (153 Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

2/17/05 through 2/18/05, Burlington
Musical Theatre - Home Movies: Everett Dance Theatre returns with a look at the state of today's American family. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, FlynnSpace (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

2/17/05, East Charleston
Slide Lecture - The Neolithic World of Stone: This slide lecture will address questions like who built Stonehenge and why, shen and how was it built. Northwoods Stewardship Center (154 Leadership Drive), 7 pm. Free. 802-723-6551

2/17/05 through 2/27/05, Essex Center
Play - Lend Me A Tenor: Bob Cady directs Essex Community Players' production of Lend Me A Tenor, by Ken Ludwig. Memorial Hall (5 Towers Road), Thursday-Saturday, 8 pm Sunday, 2 pm. Admission. 802-878-9109

2/18/05 through 2/19/05, Stowe
Mount Mansfield Ski & Snowboard Club Mogul Challenge: This annual freestyle event takes place on Slalom Hill. Stowe Mountain Resort (Mountain Road), 802-253-7704

2/21/05 through 2/26/05, Jay
President's Week: Come for a week of family fun and activities on and off the snow. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), 802-988-2611

2/24/05, Stowe
Torchlight Parade & Fireworks: A spectacle of light travels down Mount Mansfield's Gondolier followed by an exciting fireworks show. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), 7 pm. Free. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

2/25/05 through 2/27/05, Burlington
Vermont A Cappella Summit: A weekend of a cappella performances and instruction. Ira Allen Chapel (26 University Place, University of Vermont), Friday, 7:30-10 pm Saturday, 9-10 pm Sunday, 11-5 pm. Admission. 802-656-4644 or 802-734-1739

2/26/05, Jay
3rd Annual IFSA Glade & Chute Bash : With only a handful of carved chutes, skiers who use creativity in innovating lines down The Face will score well. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

2/26/05 through 2/27/05, Milton
Vermont Kitestorm: Free snowkiting intro lessons, demos and exhibitions. Sand Bar State Park (East end of the Islands Causeway), Saturday & Sunday 10-4 pm. Free. 802-496-9691

2/26/05, Stowe
7th Annual Tour de Stowe: Enjoy a fun-filled day along the Catamount Trail, Vermont's unique 300 mile cross-country ski trail. Trapp Family Lodge (Trapp Hill Road), Registration, 9 am Tours, 10:30 am. Registration Fee. 802-864-5794

2/27/05, Stowe
Stowe Derby: The oldest downhill-cross country ski race in North America. Register at Stowe High School, Registration Fee. 802-253-7704

2/27/05, Stowe
Stowe Slopestyle Series II: This freestyle event is open to all ages and disciplines. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), Registration Fee. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

3/2/05, St. Johnsbury
Lecture - Happy Birthday, Mr. Singer: Renowned critic Ilan Stavans discusses the yiddish and english works of Isaac Bashevis Singer. St. Johnsbury Atheneum (1171 Main Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-748-8291

3/3/05 through 3/5/05, Burlington
Theatre - Our Little Sunbeam: 33 Fainting Spells has earned national attention for creating dance theater rich in wit, musicality, imagery & mystery. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, FlynnSpace (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

3/4/05 through 3/6/05, South Burlington
2005 Vermont Flower Show: Landscaped gardens filled with flowering plants, water features, stonework and a train. Sheraton Burlington Hotel and Conference Center (870 Williston Road), Friday & Saturday, 9-6pm Sunday, 9-4pm. Admission. 802-425-5117

3/4/05 through 3/6/05, St. Albans
St. Albans Rotary Home and Recreational Expo: Home and recreation expo - everything to meet your needs. Collins-Perley Sports and Fitness Center (Route 104 A, off I-89 Exit 19 ), Admission. 802-796-4010 or 802-782-1382

3/5/05, Burlington
Concert -Wayne Horvitz's Joe Hill: Composer Wayne Horvitz and librettist Paul Magid craft an evening of contemporary orchestral music and text. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

3/5/05, Jay
25th Annual George Syrovatka Downhill: Annual Citizen's Downhill race is open to all competitors feeling the need for speed. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

3/5/05, Lyndonville
Old-Fashioned Sledding and Skating Party: Winter family fun. Enjoy skating and sledding, horse-drawn sleigh rides, figure skating demonstrations, and more. Meadow View Farm (Darling Hill Road), Noon-3:30 pm. Free. 800-627-8310 or 802-626-8310

3/7/05 through 3/9/05, Stowe
Women In Motion: This clinic is designed for women, coached by women, and attended only by women. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

3/10/05 through 3/13/05, Greensboro
Mindful Knitting Workshop: Mindful Knitting Workshop and Retreat with Tara Jon Manning. Highland Lodge (1608 Craftsbury Road), Admission. 802-533-2647

3/11/05, Burlington
Roy Haynes' Birds of a Feather - A Tribute to Charlie Parker: Fifty years ago, NEA Jazz Master Roy Haynes had the kind of schooling today's jazz musicians can only dream of. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

3/12/05, Jay
Big Air Competition: Skiers and riders must pull their best trick in order to win big. Tram Base Area (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

3/13/05 through 3/14/05, Burlington
Play - Fiddler on the Roof: A masterpiece of American musical theater. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn Mainstage (153 Main Street), Sunday, 7 pm Monday, 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

3/17/05, Burlington
Concert - Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill with Special Guests: one of the most memorable folk-music partnerships of our time, Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

3/17/05, Stowe
Torchlight Parade and Firewoks: A spectacle of light travels down Mount Mansfield's Gondolier followed by an exciting fireworks display. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), 7 pm. Free. 802-253-3426

3/19/05, Craftsbury Common
Craftsbury Spring Fling XC Race: 15 & 30K mass start freestyle xc ski race. Craftsbury Outdoor Center (535 Lost Nation Road), 10 am. Entry Fee. 802-586-7767

3/20/05, Jay
Ambassador to the UN: Try and tackle the biggest and longest bump run on the mountain. It will take every ounce of energy you have. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

3/22/05, Burlington
Slide Presentation - Bearing Witness: The art and posters of WWII are the subject of this slide presentation with emphasis on Norman Rockwell's Four Freedoms. Burlington Elks Club (925 North Avenue), Noon. Free. 802-863-4363

3/26/05, Jay
Jay Peak Slopestyle Event: Skiers and riders hit jumps and rails to see who the best jibber is at Jay Peak. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

3/26/05 through 3/27/05, Stowe
Spring Summit Celebration Part I: Part one of the three weekend spring celebration. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), 802-253-3500

3/27/05, Stowe
51st annual Easter Sunrise Service: Sunrise service on top of Mount Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), 802-253-3500

4/2/05, Burlington
Puppet Theatre - Hiroshima Maiden: Dan Hurlin's most recent work, performed in Japanese bunraku-style puppetry. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

4/2/05, Jay
Beach Party: Biggest apres-ski party of the year, tons of giveaways, lots of fun, and a barbecue for all ages. Jay Peak Resort Tram Deck (4850 Route 242), Barbecue, 11 am Adult party, 4 pm. 802-988-2611

4/2/05, Jay
Spring Mogul Competition: Skiers & riders compete. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), Admission. 802-988-2611

4/2/05 through 4/3/05, Stowe
Spring Summit Celebration Part II: Part two of the three weekend spring celebration. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

4/3/05, Burlington
Twelfth Annual Vermont Spring Antiquarian Book Fair: Featuring more than 40 dealers in rare and used books, ephemera, maps & prints in all subjects. Clarion Hotel (1117 Williston Road), 9:30-4 pm. Entry Fee. 802-527-7243

4/6/05, Burlington
Dance - Romeo and Juliet: This enchanting ballet displays the virtuoso of Russia's St. Petersburg State Ballet Theatre. . Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

4/6/05, St. Johnsbury
Lecture - Catching People's Stories: Vermont Folklife Director Jane Beck talks about the Center's collections. . St. Johnsbury Atheneum (1171 Main Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-748-8291

4/8/05, Burlington
Concert - Chico O'Farrill Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra: If Latin jazz ever had a muse, it was Cuba's late composer Chico O'Farrill. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

4/9/05, Burlington
Burlington Choral Society Spring Concert: Featuring Franz Schubert's Mass in E-flat. Ira Allen Chapel, University of Vermont campus, 8 pm. Admission. 802-878-5919

4/9/05, Jay
Pond Skimming: Try and skim across the pond or sink to the bottom. Jay Peak Resort (4850 Route 242), 802-988-2611

4/9/05, Stowe
Spring Summit Celebration Part III: The final weekend of the three weekend spring celebration. Stowe Mountain Resort (5781 Mountain Road), Free. 802-253-3500 or 802-253-3426

4/10/05, Burlington
Concert - Çudamani: One of Bali's most vibrant new gamelan ensembles dedicated to preserving ancient Balinese and Hindu-Buddhist traditions. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 7 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

4/15/05, Burlington
Concert - Audra McDonald: One of the most recognized talents on Broadway. . Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn Mainstage (153 Main Street), 8 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

4/16/05, Jay
End of Season Party: A season-ending party with tons of giveaways and lots of fun. Jay Peak Resort Tram Deck (4850 Route 242), 4-6 pm. 802-988-2611

4/16/05 through 4/24/05, Shelburne
Hooked Rug Exhibit: Annual Exhibition of more than 400 contemporary hooked rugs by members of the Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild. Round Barn, Shelburne Museum (US Route 7), Daily, 10-5pm. Entry Fee. 802-859-0287

4/17/05, Burlington
Vermont Youth Orchestra Spring Concert: Themes of magic and love dance with folk and operatic influences in a lively concert program. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (Main Street), 3 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

4/18/05, Burlington
Lecture - Terry Gross: Terry Gross takes the audience to the other side of the microphone, illuminating her techniques for good interviews. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

4/22/05 through 4/24/05, St. Albans
39th Annual Vermont Maple Festival: Celebrate the world's best sweetener with Vermont maple products, food, family fun, a parade, music & art. Downtown St. Albans, Friday, noon-10 pm Saturday, 10 am-10 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Free. 802-524-5800

4/23/05, Burlington
Encore Cabaret: Elegant evening of cabaret songs performed by some of Vermont's premiere artists. Flynn Space (Main Street), 5:30 & 7:30 pm. 802-862-6736 X103 or 802-862-6736

4/23/05 through 4/24/05, Essex Junction
Everything Equine Expo: Two-day trade show and conference for horse lovers. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl Street), 9-5 pm. Admission. 802-878-5545

4/23/05 through 4/24/05, Williston
AKC All-Breed Agility Trials: 2 days of AKC All-Breed agility with some of the top competitors in the northeast. Sports & Fitness Edge of Williston (Wellness Drive), 8-5 pm. Free. 802-893-2994

4/26/05 through 4/27/05, Essex Junction
Dinner Theater - The Seasons of Friendship: A series of songs and sketches that will entertain the whole family presented by Masterwork Productions. Champlain Valley Exposition Center (105 Pearl Street), 6:30 pm. Admission. 802-879-7182

5/3/05, Burlington
Dance - Savion Glover: Tap sensation Savion Glover has feet that speak a language all their own. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), Tuesday, 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

5/4/05, St. Johnsbury
The Regeneration of an Artist: Frank Lloyd Wright After 1932: H. Nicholas Muller III talks about Frank Lloyd Wright and the founding of the Taliesin Fellowship. St. Johnsbury Atheneum (1171 Main Street), 7 pm. Free. 802-748-8291

5/18/05, Burlington
Dance - Paul Taylor Dance Company: The course of dance was forever altered when choreographer Paul Taylor presented his first works in the 1950s. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 802-863-5966

6/1/05, Morgan
Slide Lecture - Vermont Folk Art: This lecture touches on the process of learning folk art and the bond that exists between the maker and the receiver. Morgan United Church (Route 111), 1 pm. Free. 802-895-4839

6/3/05 through 6/5/05, Essex Junction
Vermont Balloon and Music Festival: A three-day festival of hot-air balloons, music and family fun at the Champlain Valley Exposition. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl Street), Friday, 3-10 pm Saturday, 5 am-10 pm Sunday, 5 am-8 pm. Admission. 802-878-5545

6/14/05 through 6/19/05, Lyndonville
45th Annual Dowsers Convention and Schools: Basic dowsing school, lectures and specialized schools. Lyndon State College (Lyndon State College Campus), Tuesday-Sunday, 8- 8 pm. Admission. 802-684-3417

7/4/05, Jeffersonville
Fourth of July Concert: Patriotic and American concert band music highlighted by cannons and a fireworks display on Morse Mountain. Smugglers' Notch Resort (Route 108), 8 pm. Free. 802-338-3480

8/27/05 through 9/5/05, Essex Junction
Champlain Valley Fair: Vermont's largest agricultural and entertainment event. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl Street, Route 15), 10 am-midnight. Admission. 802-878-5545

9/23/05 through 9/25/05, Burlington
The Burlington Literary Festival: The Queen City's first annual celebration of the written word. Downtown Burlington, Free. 802-658-3328 or 802-343-5428

10/1/05 through 10/2/05, Essex Junction
Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival: Vermont's premier fiber event featuring demonstrations, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas and crafts. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl Street), Saturday, 10-5 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Admission. 802-446-3325 or 802-878-5545

10/1/05 through 10/2/05, Essex Junction
Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival: Vermont's premier fiber event featuring demonstrations, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas and crafts. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl Street), Saturday, 10-5 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Admission. 802-446-3325 or 802-878-5545

10/1/05, Lake Elmore
Lake Elmore Volunteer Fire Departmet Annual Harvest Supper: This Harvest Supper brings out the best of fall in Lake Elmore. All are welcome to come and enjoy a night of fun. Lake Elmore Volunteer Fire Department (Beach Road), 5-8 pm. Admission. 802-888-3448

10/8/05 through 10/9/05, Essex Junction
Champlain Valley Antiques Festival: Vermont''s largest indoor antique and collectible show. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl Street), Saturday, 10-5 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Admission. 781-862-4039 or 802-878-5545

10/8/05 through 10/9/05, Essex Junction
Champlain Valley Antiques Festival: Vermont''s largest indoor antique and collectible show. Champlain Valley Exposition (105 Pearl Street), Saturday, 10-5 pm Sunday, 10-4 pm. Admission. 781-862-4039 or 802-878-5545

10/12/05, Burlington
Performance - Def Poetry Jam: Winner of the 2003 Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event. Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Flynn MainStage (153 Main Street), 7:30 pm. Admission. 803-863-5966


The Vermont City Marathon is a yearly event and a Boston Marathon qualifier. Marathoners will run 26 miles, enjoying views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains.

The Vermont Brewers Festival is held annually at the Waterfront Park in Burlington. Brewers from all over Vermont, renowned for their high quality products, are invited to take part in the event. A village of tents are set up in the park, and visitors are welcome to sample the different beers, as well as enjoy great food and entertainment.

Vermont Stage Company
For over ten years this local theater has highlighted performances with the best regional and Vermont-based actors. Featuring classics and new works, the theater operates from September through May.

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