Explore Woodstock's trails during the height of fall color, with snacks and activities for all ages along the way. Join guided hikes to scenic viewpoints on Mount Peg or Mount Tom - or grab a Walk Woodstock map and head out on your own. Meet on the Village Green in Woodstock starting at 10am.
Professional cyclist Ian Boswell is hosting the Peacham Fall Fondo, a "gravel grind" on the backroads around his home in Peacham, Vermont. Why would we promote this event? Well, we know and admire the family of the woman to whom Ian is engaged, and want to help spread the word for our friends. And...Peacham is a beautiful area of the state. And...it's pretty cool to ride with someone who completed the Tour de France this year and has excelled in the Giro d'Italia...Ian is the real deal. Visit the website at www.peachamfallfondo.com to register and get more information about the event.
Vermont Farmstead Cheese and Castleton Crackers are hosting the 6th Annual Mac and Cheese Challenge at the Artisans Park in Windsor, Vermont, right next to Harpoon Brewery. Tickets are available online at http://www.vtmacandcheese.com/ but can also be purchased at the door. If you like Mac & Cheese you will love this event!
Like to eat? Like to ride?
Join the scenic, pedaling picnic through the Connecticut River Valley. Enjoy the autumn foliage and beautiful scenery at your own pace. Along the way you will meet local food producers and community members at food stops as you taste the delicious harvest bounty from local farms and restaurants.
Choose one of three routes: the family-friendly Lake Morey Loop (6 miles), the Classic Loop (21 miles), or the River Road Extension designed for advanced riders (31 miles).
All routes start and finish at the Samuel Morey Elementary School in Fairlee, VT.
Selected as a “Top 10 Fall Event” by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce! Plymouth’s 14th annual folk & blues concerts feature stars from Vermont and nationally known musicians. The 2018 lineup includes Jay Ottaway, Julia Mark, Seth Adam, Cricket Blue, Alice Howe, and Dan Weber. Wagon rides on Saturday; children’s crafts and face painting both days. The concerts are free; donation is suggested. Organized by Jay Ottaway and the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation.
The Long Trail Century Ride is an event established through a partnership of Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports and title sponsor Long Trail Brewery in Bridgewater Corners, plus Killington Resort, the Lookout Tavern, and many local businesses in the Killington region.
Cycling routes of 100, 60, 40 and 20 miles, plus a family-friendly 5K bike ride all start and finish at Long Trail Brewery. The festivities continue for all after the ride at the brewer.
Alternatively, join the Mountain Bike ride at Snowshed, Killington Resort at 9am for 5 or 10 lap goals.
Party-only tickets are available at the door if you don’t want to cycle but want to enjoy the event and support adaptive sports.
Walking is a great way to stay fit, meet friends, and enjoy the outdoors! On June 2, the folks from Sustainable Woodstock and the National Historical Park provide guided walks on Mount Tom and throughout the village. Join a guided walk from 10:30 AM and 12 Noon or grab a map and venture out on your own—along the way sample delicious, healthy foods from local producers. Dogs on leashes are welcome to join the fun!
Visit Trek to Taste Web-Site.
The Woodstock Garden Club annual plant sale is held on the lawn of the Norman Williams Public Library just off the Green in the center of the Village of Woodstock. The plant selection includes annuals and perennials, culled from the members' own gardens and supplemented by stock from area greenhouses and nurseries. The concurrent bake sale is as diverse as the plant sale which you will not want to miss. Make sure you get there early for the whistle that declares the plant sale "open." Visit the Garden Club Facebook page for more information.
Woodstock 33rd Annual Wassail Weekend! Filled with twinkling lights, historic decorated homes, breakfast with Santa. Billings Farm Decorated in 19th century holiday spirit. Sleigh bells during our Wassail Parade. there is something for all ages at this festive holiday weekend Make your reservations Today!
The Zack's Place Turkey Trot, a 5K run and walk held on Thanksgiving Day, was first established in 2007, and has become a dependable annual fundraiser ever since. In 2007, almost 200 people participated. In 2016, over 1,500 people participated and raised $78,000. All of the proceeds of the race are dedicated to our operational costs.