Things to do in Vermont…

Things to do in Vermont…

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Where have all the colors gone? Vermont winters are long and a bit drab. It is time to bring a burst of color into our lives. We'll share a story and experiment with all the colors of the rainbow. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015
Source: Vermont Events Calendar
Where have all the colors gone? Vermont winters are long and a bit drab. It is time to bring a burst of color into our lives. We'll share a story and experiment with all the colors of the rainbow. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015
Source: Vermont Events Calendar
Where have all the colors gone? Vermont winters are long and a bit drab. It is time to bring a burst of color into our lives. We'll share a story and experiment with all the colors of the rainbow. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015
Source: Vermont Events Calendar
Water is all around us. But where does it come from and where does it flow? We'll read Water by Frank Asch and then explore the magical properties of water. Story Explorers gives our youngest visitors the knowledge to contribute to a healthier Lake Champlain basin. Free with admission.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015
Source: Vermont Events Calendar
Vinyl's making a big comeback. Be a part of it! The Music Swap Meet will have vinyl for sale and trade, plus so much more! Come by to this 2nd annual event as music enthusiasts of all types, once again, offer vinyl records, CDs, 78s, tapes, audio equipment, phonographs, radios, musical instruments, ephemera and more. Interested in selling your items? Spaces can be reserved through Thursday, April 2nd. Visit www.cmacvt.org or call 802-247-4295 for more details.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015
Source: Vermont Events Calendar
Vermont CARES is proud to host its annual auction at the Essex Resort and Spa in Essex, VT. Attendees at the 2015 auction will be guaranteed great company in solidarity and support of Vermont CARES, unsurpassed auction items (both live and silent) proffered by our lively auctioneer Jamie Polli of GameshowsVT, as well as ample and delicious food. Tickets are $40 in advance and $ 45 at the door. You can buy your tickets online at www.vtcares.org. If you want to mail a check instead, please send it along with the names of the people for whom you're purchasing tickets so we can register them. Please mail to Vermont CARES, P. O. Box 5248, Burlington VT 05402. You can also buy tickets at the door. Some of this year's auction items include: Travel, dining, jewelry, housewares and more! All funds raised will go towards the expansion of our HIV prevention, education programs and to expand the services given to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Thu, Mar 05, 2015
Source: Vermont Events Calendar

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