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Kick off the holiday season in one of Vermont’s most scenic villages! Visit the President Coolidge Birthplace, decorated as it would have been in 1872 when Calvin was born. Find winter exhibits at the Museum & Education Center, Aldrich House, Plymouth Cheese Factory, and 1924 Summer White House office. Enjoy sleigh rides, old-time music, children’s holiday activities, craft demonstrations, chocolate making and sampling with The Chocolatorium, lunch at the Wilder House Restaurant, and special cancellation at the historic Plymouth post office.
Kick off the holiday season in one of Vermont’s most scenic villages! Visit the President Coolidge Birthplace, decorated as it would have been in 1872 when Calvin was born. Find winter exhibits at the Museum & Education Center, Aldrich House, Plymouth Cheese Factory, and 1924 Summer White House office. Enjoy sleigh rides, old-time music, children’s holiday activities, craft demonstrations, chocolate making and sampling with The Chocolatorium, lunch at the Wilder House Restaurant, and special cancellation at the historic Plymouth post office.
Posted: September 29, 2017, 6:27 pm
The Festival marks the 25th anniversary of its unique celebration of cultures that reflect Vermont’s communities. Visitors will find crafts from all over the world, ethnic foods, and international music, dance and stories. Cultural and ethnic organizations provide information about their programs with exhibits and demonstrations. Children’s Day provides an opportunity for school children to have their “passport” stamped at each booth they visit.
The Festival marks the 25th anniversary of its unique celebration of cultures that reflect Vermont’s communities. Visitors will find crafts from all over the world, ethnic foods, and international music, dance and stories. Cultural and ethnic organizations provide information about their programs with exhibits and demonstrations. Children’s Day provides an opportunity for school children to have their “passport” stamped at each booth they visit.
Posted: September 29, 2017, 6:26 pm
The weekend features traditional cooking demonstrations in the farmhouse, horsedrawn wagon rides, farm tours, programs and hands-on food preparation and preservation activities. You’ll be welcomed to Frederick Billings’ farmhouse, where farm manager George Aiken and family lived from 1890 to 1910. Visit with costumed interpreters as they demonstrate preparing traditional Thanksgiving fare in the kitchen. History of Thanksgiving programs in the Victorian parlor, activities for all ages include “making the perfect piecrust” and peeling apples.
The weekend features traditional cooking demonstrations in the farmhouse, horsedrawn wagon rides, farm tours, programs and hands-on food preparation and preservation activities. You’ll be welcomed to Frederick Billings’ farmhouse, where farm manager George Aiken and family lived from 1890 to 1910. Visit with costumed interpreters as they demonstrate preparing traditional Thanksgiving fare in the kitchen. History of Thanksgiving programs in the Victorian parlor, activities for all ages include “making the perfect piecrust” and peeling apples.
Posted: September 29, 2017, 6:25 pm
The oldest continuing craft studio tour in North America; this year 24 artisans will open their studios to the public. Putney Craft Tour, Next Stage Arts Project and Sandglass Theatre have joined forces again to present this special Thanksgiving Weekend of Arts. The theaters put on special productions, and area restaurants get involved by creating lunch or dinner specials. The tour also raises funds for the Putney Food Shelf. Take photos—you could win a chance for a $50 gift certificate and a night at the Four Columns Inn! During November, the Gleanery in Putney will host a preview exhibition of the work of all 24 artists on the tour.
The oldest continuing craft studio tour in North America; this year 24 artisans will open their studios to the public. Putney Craft Tour, Next Stage Arts Project and Sandglass Theatre have joined forces again to present this special Thanksgiving Weekend of Arts. The theaters put on special productions, and area restaurants get involved by creating lunch or dinner specials. The tour also raises funds for the Putney Food Shelf. Take photos—you could win a chance for a $50 gift certificate and a night at the Four Columns Inn! During November, the Gleanery in Putney will host a preview exhibition of the work of all 24 artists on the tour.
Posted: September 29, 2017, 6:24 pm

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