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...WIND ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 PM EDT THIS EVENING...* Locations...Berkshires of western Massachusetts, southern GreenMountains of Bennington and western Windham counties, and the centraland northern Taconics of eastern New York.* Winds...East to southeast at 15 to 30 mph with gusts up to 50mph.* Timing...Gusty winds developing late this morning and continuinginto the afternoon.* Impacts...Isolated to scattered downed trees and tree limbs,downed wires and isolated power outages.
Posted: May 25, 2017, 1:12 pm

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Killington Saturday afternoons. Top names from the national scene take the stage for the eight-week, free outdoor concert series. Guests are invited to grab a lawn chair or blanket and head to Killington Resort’s Snowshed Adventure Center for these family-friendly events. Past lineups have included a diverse list of national acts such as Robert Randolph and the Family Band, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Donovan Frankenreiter.
Killington Saturday afternoons. Top names from the national scene take the stage for the eight-week, free outdoor concert series. Guests are invited to grab a lawn chair or blanket and head to Killington Resort’s Snowshed Adventure Center for these family-friendly events. Past lineups have included a diverse list of national acts such as Robert Randolph and the Family Band, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Donovan Frankenreiter.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:41 pm
Montpelier Celebrate Montpelier’s biggest and most popular annual event—Independence Day! This free and family-friendly day features activities for all ages. Feast on foods from over 40 vendors, highlighting the taste of Vermont, but with an international theme. Under the grandeur of the State House, families are invited to enjoy Olympic Games, a music concert and spectacular fireworks viewing. Around town, enter the Montpelier Mile Road Race and enjoy other fun festivities throughout the day.
Montpelier Celebrate Montpelier’s biggest and most popular annual event—Independence Day! This free and family-friendly day features activities for all ages. Feast on foods from over 40 vendors, highlighting the taste of Vermont, but with an international theme. Under the grandeur of the State House, families are invited to enjoy Olympic Games, a music concert and spectacular fireworks viewing. Around town, enter the Montpelier Mile Road Race and enjoy other fun festivities throughout the day.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:34 pm
Websterville A unique combination of art, music and fire on a monumental scale, celebrating central Vermont’s colorful granite heritage, set in the abandoned quarries and granite ruins. An event for the whole family with both day and evening activities, including historical actors and a FireWalk at the Barre Granite Museum, a concert with Bow Thayer, and performances with the Iron Guild. The centerpiece of the event is a three-mile long procession, lit by thousands of luminaries and dozens of bonfires, all leading to the fire-lit granite art installations and live performance stages.
Websterville A unique combination of art, music and fire on a monumental scale, celebrating central Vermont’s colorful granite heritage, set in the abandoned quarries and granite ruins. An event for the whole family with both day and evening activities, including historical actors and a FireWalk at the Barre Granite Museum, a concert with Bow Thayer, and performances with the Iron Guild. The centerpiece of the event is a three-mile long procession, lit by thousands of luminaries and dozens of bonfires, all leading to the fire-lit granite art installations and live performance stages.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:33 pm
Burlington Held each year on Memorial Day Weekend, it is the largest one-day sporting event in Vermont and brings over 8,000 runners, 1,700 volunteers and 20,000 spectators together to celebrate running, fitness and community. The race begins at beautiful Battery Park, then winds through historic streets of Burlington, with the final miles on the scenic bike path along Lake Champlain. The course is first-timer and family friendly.
Burlington Held each year on Memorial Day Weekend, it is the largest one-day sporting event in Vermont and brings over 8,000 runners, 1,700 volunteers and 20,000 spectators together to celebrate running, fitness and community. The race begins at beautiful Battery Park, then winds through historic streets of Burlington, with the final miles on the scenic bike path along Lake Champlain. The course is first-timer and family friendly.
Posted: November 21, 2016, 9:31 pm

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Vermont Summer Events.

Event Date Event Name
4/22/2016
50th
Annual Vermont Maple Festival
5/29/2016
People’s
United Bank Vermont City Marathon & Relay
6/16/2016
Wanderlust
Festival
6/24/2016
RockFire
7/10/2016
Mad
Marathon, Mad Half & Relays
7/10/2016
39th
Annual Middlebury Summer Festival on-the-Green
7/22/2016
Jeezum
Crow Festival
7/29/2016
Blueberry
Festival
8/5/2016
Hops
in the Hills Beer & Wine Festival at Okemo Mountain Resort
8/26/2016
Stowe
Wine & Food Classic