Ohhh another beautiful Vermont weekend is upon us! Head out of the house and enjoy some of these great weekend activities.
Farmers Markets are still going strong with TONS of delicious local produce. Stop by Middlebury or Bristol on Saturday morning to catch up with friends and pick up dinner.
Head over to the Middlebury Co-op for their Harvest Festival on Saturday from noon – 3:00 to enjoy some more local produce. Includes fun for both kids and adults (wine and beer tasting, yum!).
If you feel like getting out of town, Shelburne Farms is hosting their annual Harvest Festival. Expect a plethora of seasonal activities like hay rides, farm tours, music, fresh food, antique farm machines and a hay-bale maze. $5-8; free for kids under 3. 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday Funday is no joke this weekend, there are FOUR fabulous events to choose from, so choose wisely! Dog lovers pack the car, you’re heading north to Shelburne Museum for their Dog Day. Budding cyclists both young and old will enjoy spectacular scenery, fantastic food and amazing biking during Le Tour de Farms. The tour includes three looping routes including a family friendly five-mile biking or walking option as well as three StoryWalk exhibits for kids. All routes begin and end at the Shoreham Town Green. The 30-mile riders depart at 10:30 am, the 25-mile riders depart at 11:00 am, and the 10-mile riders depart at 11:30 am. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, stop by the Shoreham Apple Festival to hear live music, watch a pie eating contest, or pick up dinner at the farmers market. The festival kicks off at noon. If this all sounds a little too adventurous for you, maybe head to the Story Walk in Salisbury instead. Expect a laid back, self guided nature walk that includes a rhyming poem ‘A House is a House for Me’ by Mary Ann Hoberman. The story will be up 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.