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Vermont's fairs and festivals are a fun whirlwind of music, food, and local traditions

Vermont is a festival of year-round fun for the whole family. From the fall harvest through the wintry holiday and snow season and all summer long, come to discover Vermont’s special places, people, and events. Meet poets, historians, and writers. Hear famous musical artists and newcomers. Dance the tango and savor local food, beers, wines, and ciders. Stroll the lakes to find boats, canoe, kayak and dragon boat demonstrations. Arts and crafts are everywhere. Nearby hotels and motels abound.

  Fairs & Festivals in  Vermont
Mayfest Arts and Crafts Festival 2019

downtown Bennington Bennington, VT Phone:

May 25, 2019

More than 100 crafters and artisans present handmade crafts; cooks serve ethnic foods and wood fired pizza, BBQ, blooming onions, ice cream, and more. Enjoy kids activities, contests, games, a dunking booth, the 4-H shooting range, a bouncy house, face painting.
Time: 10 .am.-4 p.m.
Vermont Maple Festival 2019 in St. Albans

Main Street St. Albans, VT Phone: 802-524-5800

April 26-28, 2019

Visitors flock all over the U.S. and the world visit downtown St. Albans for maple treats, maple fun, and the chance to see the maple sugaring industry in action. What goes on? Live entertainment; antique show; craft show; paint and sip, tastings of beer, cider, and mead; sugarhouse tours; pancake breakfasts; a carnival; . Schedule of events.
St. Johnsbury World Maple Festival 2019

Downtown St. Johnsbury St. Johnsbury, VT Phone:

April 27, 2019

Saturday morning opens with a 5k run and a pancake breakfast at the Welcome Center. Entertainment will be provided all day long and the streets will be lined with over 60 craft and food vendors.
Time: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.