Richmond Farmers Market – Fridays – 3:00pm
Burlington Farmers Market – Saturdays – 9:00am
St. Johnsbury Farmers Market – Saturdays – 9:00am
Shelburne Farmers Market – Saturdays – 9:00am
Waitsfield Farmers Market – Saturdays – 9:00am
Northwest Vermont Farmers Market, Taylor Park, Saint Albans – Saturdays – 9:00am
Craftsbury Farmers Market – Saturdays – 10:00am
Winooski Farmers Market – Sundays – 10:00am
Stowe Farmers Market – Sundays – 10:30am
Old North End Farmers Market – Tuesdays – 3:00pm
Vergennes Farmers Market – Thursdays – 3:00pm
Friday, October 1
Burlington, VT – Family Clay at Burlington City Arts – 5:00pm-6:30pm – Spend a Friday night with your family at the BCA Clay Studio. A ticket provides a wheel demonstration at the beginning of the class, wheel access (ages 6+), hand building for any age, unlimited clay, and time to create. Youth must be accompanied by an adult. Adults may assist their child(ren) free of charge. Additional tickets are required for adults who’d like to join the fun and either hand-build or use a wheel of their own. There is a $5 fee per piece if you’d like your work to be fired and glazed by the studio. Finished pottery will be available for pick-up four weeks after visit. Website: www.burlingtoncityarts.force.com/s/events
Saturday, October 2
Ticonderoga, NY – Heritage Harvest and Horse Festival – 9:30am – Fort Ticonderoga, surrounded by magnificent autumn backdrops of the Adirondacks and Green Mountains will present the Annual Heritage, Harvest, & Horse Festival on October 2, 2021. The full day of autumn fun will be set in the midst of the King’s Garden heirloom apple trees and the beautiful landscape of the mountains and Lake Champlain.
Guests are invited to discover the historical importance of horses and other working animals during exciting demonstrations, meet our friendly oxen duo, stroll through Fort Ticonderoga’s farmers’ market featuring local food, beverages, and crafts, participate in family fun activities, and tackle the six-acre Heroic Corn Maze. This fall favorite event, combined with daily Fort Ticonderoga programs, makes for a great annual family tradition.
Whether you are looking to experience a horse-drawn wagon ride, indulge in local homemade delights, or pick apples by the bag from our heritage apple orchard, there is something for everyone and all ages when it comes to our Annual Fall Festival! Info: www.fortticonderoga.org
Danville, VT – Northeast Kingdom Fall Foliage Festival – 11:00am – Seven unique festivals are held over seven consecutive days, now over 50 years running. The communities of Walden, Cabot, Plainfield, Peacham, Barnet Groton and Marshfield invite you to come celebrate rural Vermont in all of its splendor. Info: www.nekchamber.com
St. Johnsbury, VT – Fall Festival at Dog Mountain – 12:00pm-4:00pm – It’s the most beautiful time of the year in New England, and it’s time once again to celebrate the season at Dog Mountain’s annual Fall Dog Party!
There will be a host of activities for the whole family, from foot-tapping live music by Vermont folk duo The Endorsements, to a bounce house for the kids, door prizes, food, dog contests, and more.
They hope you can take the time to grab your camera, hop in the car, and take the scenic ride to leaf-romping, four-legged fun and smiles at Dog Mountain. Your dogs will thank you with many wags of their tail and wet kisses. Info: www.dogmt.com
Burlington, VT – Choctober Fest at Lake Champlain Chocolates – 12:00pm-4:00pm – Join them for a festival of fall favorites and a one-of-a-kind tasting extravaganza! The fun happens every Saturday in October from 12-4pm at 750 Pine Street. Enjoy free samples of their seasonal chocolates, special treats from local producers, plus enjoy delicious samples and sweet deals all month long!
Local Guest Producer Partners:
10/2 Woodman Hill Apples
10/9 Mad River Distillers
10/16 Runamok Maple
10/23 Citizen Cider
10/30 Yates Family Orchard Donuts