Tuesday, September 7, 2010
State Fair in Vanguard of Vermont’s September Events
The sunny, crisp days of September in Vermont are an ideal time to get outside and visit a community fair, sample local food at an autumn festival, check out beautiful locally made artwork and handcrafted furniture, and take in some spectacular fall foliage.
Here’s a closer look at just a few Vermont events in September.
The 165th edition of the Vermont State Fair now on in Rutland until Sunday September 12 includes carnival fun, food, demolition derbies and concerts by Charley Pride, Wynonna Judd, Danny Gokey, Rick Springfield and Molly Hatchet.
Tunbridge is where the past, present, and future meet up for four days of the Tunbridge World’s Fair from September 16 to 19. The 139th World’s Fair features working antique displays, horse, pony and oxen pulling, horse racing, exhibits, free shows, a midway and more.
New England's largest all British classic and sports car show plus British cultural activities, shops, crafts and more are part of the British Invasion of Stowe from September 17 to 19. The participants are primarily from the U.S. and Canada with over 600 cars on the field.
The Mount Snow Valley’s annual culinary festival, Vermont Life Wine & Harvest Festival, is at West Dover from September 24 to 26. Enjoy chef cooking demonstrations, wine and food tastings, live music, craft vendors, cheesemakers, art exhibits and more.
Six Vermont villages invite visitors to celebrate rural life against a spectacular backdrop of orange, red and yellow leaves in the Northeast Kingdom’s Fall Foliage Festival from September 27 to October 2. Six unique festivals take place over six different days in six scenic villages in this order: Walden, Cabot, Plainfield, Peacham, Barnet and Groton.
For more information about top events in Vermont take a look at the Top Events USA selection of the annual main festivals and events in Vermont.
For a comprehensive listing of events in Vermont visit www.VermontVacation.com