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New England Traveler

Dig In: Field-to-Table

Come help us celebrate the harvest and the beautiful New England autumn at the peak of autumn color. Learn how food makes its way from the farm to the dining room table. Meet our oxen and see multiple teams demonstrate plowing and preparing the fields. Learn more about heritage breed

Apple Days

Ripe and redolent apples are a favorite sign of fall in New England. Enjoy the crisp autumn days at Old Sturbridge Village with special events throughout our Apple Days celebration. Come tour the orchards, help us pick apples, and taste some nearly forgotten heirloom apple varieties. Throughout the day our

19th Century Apple & Cheese Harvest Festival

Award: Top 10 2016 Fall Events, Vermont Chamber of Commerce!Come celebrate Johnny Appleseed’s birthday! Bring the whole family to a harvest festival at the Justin Morrill State Historic Site that features gardens, exhibits, an icehouse, ice pond and a historic home decorated with gingerbread designs. Make your own cider in

Cheese & Apple Tasting Event

Our Apple & Cheese Tasting is a celebration of local food and drinks! Admission ($8) givers you access to tasting some of the Northeast Kingdoms best Cheeses, Meats, Breads, Veggies, Fruits, Ciders, Beers, Spirits, Wines, Meads, and other refreshments!Cider Making and TastingApple Orchard ToursHeirloom Vegetable ExhibitMake Dried Apple Rings

The Gore Place Fall Festival

The Gore Place Fall Festival

What do craft beers and ciders, live music, and half-a-ton of flying pumpkins have in common? They’ll all be at Gore Place on Saturday, September 24 from noon to 5pm.

The Beer Tent will feature brews for purchase from Cape Ann Brewing, Hopsters, and Downeast Cider. As for the music, it’ll

Apple Days

Ripe and redolent apples are a favorite sign of fall in New England. Enjoy the crisp autumn days at Old Sturbridge Village with special events throughout our Apple Days celebration. Come tour the orchards, help us pick apples, and taste some nearly forgotten heirloom apple varieties. Throughout the day our

Tour de Farms | Vermont Bicycle Farm Tour

Tour de Farms | Vermont Bicycle Farm Tour

ACORN’s Tour de Farms is one of Vermont’s oldest cycling farm tours and follows the pastoral landscape of the Champlain Valley. This year’s Tour has two routes: its flagship 30-mile route and a brand new, family-friendly 14-mile route. Over 25 local farms, food businesses and restaurants will be participating. Sample

Stowe Brewers Festival

Stowe Brewers Festival 2016The second annual Stowe Brewers Festival on July 29 and 30 offers three 4-hour tasting sessions featuring 40+ brewers and cider-makers serving more than 130 beers and ciders, bonus taste tickets from premiere Vermont spirits distillers, more than a dozen food trucks, free workshops and demonstrations, a

Trolleyfest

Trolleyfest is our annual celebration of the restoration of Trolley #10, which turns 120 years old this year. Activities include Trolley rides, Pump Car rides, Caboose rides, wooden and electric trains for the kids to play with, Blacksmithing demonstrations, Hands-on Toolmaking, Cider Pressing, Butter Making , and other Trolley Era

Atkins Farms Country Market

Atkins Farms Country Market

A modern country market nestled in one of the oldest apple orchards in New England. Atkins Farms specializes in growing quality apples, peaches and pears. To order any of our apple assortment gift packages, specialty gift baskets or fresh from scratchbaked goods, visit us on the web or

Farnum Hill Ciders at Poverty Lane Orchards

Sparkling and still ciders are crafted from heirloom apples at Poverty Hill Orchards overlooking the Connecticut River. Sales and tastings during the fall; ciders are available at markets throughout New England. July is pick-your-own berry season.Steve Wood and Louisa Spencer operate Farnum Hill Ciders, and Poverty Lane Orchards.Steve and Louisa

Furnace Brook Winery

Best Apple WineThis 200-acre hilltop spread is webbed with hiking trails and planted with hundreds of fruit trees, the source of award-winning French-style cidre and “Johnny Mash” hard cider. Free tastings Thursdays through Sundays 11-5, plus Wednesdays from August 17 to October 26 this year. Also PYO apples, pears, and

Lodge at Jackson Village

Lodge at Jackson Village

This is the premier Jackson lodging establishment for both couples and families. The lodge is a three-diamond-distinction hotel with the heart of a B&B! Allow aromas of homemade cookies, a complimentary European breakfast, or hot mulled cider to greet you. Indulge in our hot-tub, Jacuzzis, pool, tennis court, or gardens;

Monadnock Berries

The expansive setting, with majestic Mount Monadnock in the foreground, is as delicious as the grape-sized blueberries clustered on row after row of bushes. The rustic cafe/gift shop provides a quick pick-me-up before you hit the outdoors for a full range of PYO delectables: gooseberries, currants, and blackberries, oh my.

Northeast Kingdom Tasting Center

In the state that practically coined the term “locavore,” here’s the place for sampling and buying edibles and potables from throughout the Northeast Kingdom. From ice cider to artisanal cheeses, maple-flavored rum to exquisite pastries, it’s all here in downtown Newport. Don’t miss the Newport Ciderhouse Bar & Grill on

Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce

Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Okemo Valley serves the Towns of Andover, Cavendish, Chester, Ludlow, Mount Holly, Plymouth and Weston. Within 20 minutes you can be in a totally different environment – from historic President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site to hiking and biking at Okemo Mountain Resort. Farmers markets and craft fairs to

Russell Orchards

After they’ve helped pick strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, or apples, you can treat the kids to a hot apple-cider doughnut at the bakery in the 18th-century barn; then let them feed the goats in the farm’s small petting zoo. BEST KID-FRIENDLY FARM STAND.

Starry Night Cafe

The emphasis on local sourcing here extends even to floral centerpieces and hand-blown glassware—but most important are the local produce, meats, and dairy products that go into one of the region’s most creative menus. Succulent pork loin is brined in Vermont cider before grilling; beef is from Grass Roots

Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum

Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum

Open daily year-round for tours, exhibits, performances, lectures, kids’ programs, Victorian Teas, Picnics on the Porch, private rentals, and more. The history includes a connection to Civil War hero Colonel R.G. Shaw (of the film Glory); this 1893 Berkshires “Cottage” was built by the sister of J.P. Morgan; familiar to

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