Calendar & Restaurant Guide

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Summer Guide
Calendar
of Events
June
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Here’s what’s happening in our part of Vermont
from late June through Labor Day. Calendar
listings were accurate at press time, but things
can change — call before you travel. More
detailed and up-to-the-minute calendar listings
are available in the twice-weekly Addison
Independent and on the Independent website,
www.addisonindependent.com.
Free movie in Bristol. Thursday,
June 30, 3 p.m., Lawrence
Memorial Library. “Harry Potter & the Prisoner
of Azkaban.” Info: 453-2366.
“The Cherry Orchard” high-def broadcast in
Middlebury. Thursday, June 30, 7 p.m., Town
Hall Theater. THT presents an HD broadcast
of the National Theater of Great Britain’s
production of this Chekhov classic. Tickets
$17, available at the THT box offce, 382-9222
or www.townhalltheater.org.
Pops concert and ñreworks at MiddIebury
College. Thursday, June 30, 7:30 p.m., on the
grounds behind the Mahaney Center for the
Arts. The Henry Sheldon Museum welcomes
the national award-winning Georgia Brass
Band for its annual concert. Grounds open at
5:30 for picnicking. Adults $25, youth $10, kids
under 10 free. Tickets at the Sheldon Museum,
388-2117 or www.henrysheldonmuseum.org.
Screaming for Change Fest
in Bristol. Friday, July 1, 2 p.m.,
Bristol Hub Teen Center and Skatepark.
A two-day hardcore/punk getaway with
music, camping, skateboarding, waterfalls,
cliff jumping, vegan food and more. Nearly
two dozen acts including Strike Anywhere,
Unrestrained, Road Rage and local metal
band Ground Zero. Cost $20 per day, $30 for
the weekend. Continues Saturday. Info: www.
bristolskatepark.com.
Classical concert in Salisbury. Friday, July
1, 7:30 p.m., Salisbury Congregational
Church. Alexander Vavilov, viola, and Olga
Talroze, piano. Part of the Salisbury Summer
Performance Series. Free but goodwill
donations accepted.
Garrison ghost tour in Ticonderoga, N.Y.
Friday, July 1, evening, Fort Ticonderoga.
Discover the unexplained past at Fort Ti.
Walking tour highlights the fort’s haunted
history and leads through areas where staff and
visitors have reported strange phenomena.
Cost $35 per person. Reservations required:
(518) 585-2821.
BIock party dance in Brandon. Friday, July 1,
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JIM CONDON OF Panton and Annapurna Rosalli of Ripton strut their stuff during the annual Festival on-the-Green
street dance in downtown Middlebury. This year’s dance is July 16.
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10:00-10:00 Children’s Barnyard Open
10:00-10:00 4-H &Youth Building Open
10:00-10:00 Antique Equipment Building Open
9:00 - 9:00..Maple Sugar House Open
10:00-6:00.. Twist O’Wool Guild Demos (Twist O’Wool Guild tent)
10:00-......... Forest Festival Exhibits &Demonstrations (forest tent)
10:00-10:00 Home &Garden Building Open with continuous craft demos
10:00-10:00 Lucien Paquette Exhibit Building Open
Daily ............ Maple Products Demonstrations (maple sugar house)
12:00-12:00 Midway Open (approximately)
1:00-4:00....Milking Parlor Demonstrations
1:00-6:00.... Cairo Northern Clowns (walk around entertainment)

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8:30.............Western Only 4-H and OpenYouth Junior Horse Show(horse area)
9:00 -5:00...4-H Dairy Conformation Classes (animal showarena)
10:00...........Open Miniature Donkey Show(Buttereld Arena)
11:00...........Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
11:00...........TomJoyce, The Magic Man (bandstand)
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12:00...........Midway Opens (approximately)
12:00...........Dig For Treasure! (youth activity area)
12:00...........Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
12:30...........Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
12:30...........“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
1:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
1:00.............VT Inst. of Natural Science-Raptor Encounter (Connor Home Stage
in the Paquette Bldg)
1:00 ............VTPA-GardenTractor &ATV Pulls (tractor pad)
1:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
2:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
2:00.............Sheep Shearing/Handling Demonstration (sheep tent)
2:30.............Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
3:00.............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
3:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
3:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
4:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
4:30.............Green Mtn. Fife &DrumCorps (bandstand)
4:45.............Vermont Products Dinner-1st Sitting (dining hall)
5:00.............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
5:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
5:00.............TomJoyce, The Magic Man (Connor Home Stage - Paquette Bldg)
5:00 ............Gymkhana (All Breed Open Payback)
5:30.............Pet Show(animal showarena)
5:30.............Vermont Products Dinner-2nd Sitting (dining hall)
5:30.............Green Mtn. Fife &DrumCorps (bandstand)
6:00-11:00..BRACELET NIGHT for rides ($15 - rides unlimited)
6:00 ............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
6:15.............Vermont Products Dinner-3rd Sitting (dining hall)
6:30.............Green Mtn. Fife &DrumCorps (bandstand)
6:30.............VTPA-GardenTractor &ATV Pulls (tractor pad)
6:30.............Addison County Gospel Choir (showtent)
7:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
7:00.............Vermont Products Dinner-4th Sitting (dining hall)
8:00.............Field Days Opening Parade: “Honoring the Addison County
townships celebrating their 250th anniversary.”
7:00.............Addison County Gospel Singers (showtent)
8:00.............Field Days Opening Parade: “GrowLocal!”
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8:30............English Only 4-H and OpenYouth Jr. &Sr. Horse Show(horse area)
9:00............Open Dairy Show-Holsteins, Brown Swiss & Guernseys (animal
showarena)
10:30...........Ox Pulling (Buttereld arena)
11:00...........Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
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12:00...........Midway Opens (approximately)
12:00...........Dig For Treasure! (youth activity area)
12:00...........Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
12:00 ..........Men’s Caber Toss (Tractor pad)
12:30...........“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
12:30...........TomJoyce, The Magic Man (bandstand)
1:00.............Ladies Cast Iron Skillet Toss (tractor pad)
1:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
1:00 ............VT Inst. of Natural Science-Creepy Critters (Connor Home stage in
the Paquette Bldg)
1:00-4:00....FreeYouth Activities (children’s barnyard area)
1:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
2:00.............Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
2:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
2:00.............TomJoyce, The Magic Man (Bandstand)
2:00.............Sheep Shearing/Handling Demonstration (sheep showtent)
3:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
3:00.............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
3:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
4:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
4:00.............Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
4:30............. Tae Kwon Do Demonstration (Bandstand)
5:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
5:00.............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
6:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
7:00.............Karaoke Talent Night with DJ Tony Lamoureux (signup at 6:30)
(showtent)
7:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
7:00.............#1 Auto Parts Demolition Derby (tractor pad)
7:00.............Dairy-Sheep Showman Round Up (sheep-Sheep area)
(dairy-animal arena)
7:00.............Chris Kleeman Band (Bandstand)
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8:30.............Annual ACFFD Open Horse Show(horse area)
9:00.............4-H Dairy Fitting &Showmanship Classes (animal showarena)
9:00.............4-H &Other Youth Sheep Show(sheep showtent)
10:00...........Hand Mowing Contest (antique equipment demo area)
10:30...........Pony Pulling (Buttereld arena)
11:00...........Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
11:00...........Pedal Tractor Pull (tractor pad)(sign-ups at 10:00)
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12:00...........Midway Opens (approximately)
12:00..........Dig For Treasure! (youth activity area)
12:00...........Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
12:30...........“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
1:00.............Vorsteveld Family Band (Bandstand)
1:00 ............Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”
1:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
1:00-4:00....FreeYouth Activities (youth activity area)
1:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
2:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
2:30.............TomJoyce, The Magic Man (Bandstand)
3:00 ............Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
3:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
3:00.............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
3:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
4:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
4:00.............Working Steer Demonstration (children’s barnyard area)
4:00.............Tom Joyce, The Magic Man (Connor Home Stage in the
Paquette Bldg)
5:00.............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
5:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
6:00.............Tug of War (showtent)
6:00-11:00..BRACELET NIGHT for rides ($15 - rides unlimited)
6:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
7:00.............#1 Auto Parts Demolition Derby (tractor pad)
7:30.............Animal Costume Class (animal showarena)
8:00.............Home and Garden Awards &LeonaThompson Bowl Presentation
(home &garden bldg)
8:00.............Prydien Band (Bandstand)
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8:30.............Exhibitors’Breakfast (dining hall)
9:00.............Draft Horse Show(horse area)
9:00.............Open Sheep Show(sheep showtent)
9:30.............VTPA- Farmstock, Antique & Enhanced Antique Tractor Pulls
(tractor pad)
10:00 ..........Youth & Open Working Steer & Ox Show(Beef/Working Steer
ShowTent)
10:00...........Horse Pulling (Buttereld arena)
11:00...........Working Steer Demonstration (children’s barnyard area)
11:00...........Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
11:00...........TomJoyce, The Magic Man (bandstand)
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12:00...........Dig For Treasure! (youth activity area)
12:00-6:00..BRACELETTIME for rides ($10 - rides unlimited)
12:00...........Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demos (antique demonstration area)
12:00...........Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
12:00 ..........Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
12:00...........“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
12:30...........PeeWee Dairy Showmanship (Animal ShowArena)
1:00.............4 Abreast, ShowDivision (horse area)
1:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
1:00-4:00....FreeYouth Activities (children’s barnyard area)
1:00.............Open andYouth Beef Show(animal showarena)
1:00 ............VT Inst. Of Natural Science-Creepy Critters (Connor Home stage in
the Paquette Bldg)
1:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
2:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
2:00.............Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demos (antique demonstration area)
2:00 ............Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
2:30.............TomJoyce, The Magic Man (Bandstand)
3:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
3:00............. Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
3:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
4:00.............Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demos (antique demonstration area)
4:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
5:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
5:00.............Armwrestling-Kids 16 &under (sign up at 4:00)(showtent)
5:00.............Rosie’s Racing Pigs (across frommidway)
6:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
6:00.............Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demos (antique demonstration area)
6:00.............RE/MAXTethered Hot Air Balloon Rides (Parking Lot, weather
permitting)
6:00.............VTPA-4WD Farmstock, VTV8 Mini’s, Super Stock 4x4Truck and
Open 4WD Farmstock
7:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
7:00.............Armwrestling-Adults (weigh-ins 5:00)(showtent)
7:00.............TimMcGrawImpersonator; AllenAsTim! (Bandstand)
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9:00.............Open Dairy Show-Ayrshires, Jerseys &Milking Shorthorns (animal
showarena)
9:00.............Draft Horse Show(horse area)
9:30.............VTPA- Altered Farm, Super Stock 4x4Truck, Pure, Modied &
Diesel/Open Street Legal Truck and Single Engine Mod Pulls
(tractor pad)
10:00...........Poultry Breeders Show(PoultryTent)
10:00...........Baked Bean Bonanza Contest &Samples (solar barn)
10:30...........Youth Sheep Blocking and Fitting Contest (SheepTent)
11:00...........Working Steer Demonstration (children’s barnyard area)
11:00...........Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
11:00...........Bualo Bareld“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
11:00...........Cupcake Party (Connor Home Stage in Paquette Bldg)
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12:00...........Midway Opens (approximately)
12:00...........Dig For Treasure! (youth activity area)
12:00...........Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
12:00...........Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demonstrations (antique
demonstration area)
12:00...........“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
12:30...........TomJoyce, The Magic Man (bandstand)
1: 00............Sheep &Wool Garment Lead Line Class (Sheep ShowTent)
1:00.............Six Horse Hitch, North American Classic Six Qualier (horse area)
1:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
1:00.............Cupcake Party (Connor Home Stage in Paquette Bldg)
1:00-4:00....FreeYouth Activities (children’s barnyard area)
1:00 ............Bualo Bareld’s“Unherd of Entertainment”(showtent)
1:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
2:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
2:00.............Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demonstrations (antique
demonstration area)
3:00.............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
3:00.............Sheep Shearing/Handling Demonstration (sheep tent)
3:00.............Antique Equipment Demonstrations (antique equipment area)
3:00.............Green Mountain Cloggers (showtent)
3:00.............Cupcake Party (Connor Home Stage in Paquette Bldg)
3:30.............4-H Hands onWorkshop (4-H exhibit building)
4:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
4:00.............Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demos (antique demonstration area)
4:00............. TomJoyce, The Magic Man (Connor Home stage in the
Paquette Bldg)
5:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
5:00 ............“Rosie’s Racing Pigs”(across frommidway)
5:30.............Battle of the Bands (ShowTent)
6:00-11:00..BRACELET NIGHT for rides ($15- rides unlimited)
6:00.............RE/MAXTethered Hot Air Balloon Ride (Parking Lot, weather
permitting)
6:00.............Dog Herding &Sheep Shearing Demos (antique demonstration area)
6:00.............Poppytown Puppets Show(puppet tent)
6:00.............VTPA-VTV8 Mini’s, Single Engine Mod, Altered Farm, ProStock Farm
and Semi Tractor Trailer Pulls (tractor pad)
7:00.............Ivory Band (bandstand)
7:00.............Antique Equipment Demos (antique equipment area)
Dusk ............ChamplainValley Equipment Closing Fireworks Display (set o east
of horse area)
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evening, Brandon Central Park. Food vendors
and tunes from Jam Man Entertainment DJ.
Live music in Middlebury. Friday, July 1, 9
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. Squid City plays
a combination of jazz, rock and ambient
infuences. Ìnfo: www.go51main.com.
Independence Day celebration
and parade in Brandon. Saturday,
July 2, 9 a.m., town park. Park opens
at 9 for activities, games, music and food.
Parade starts at 1 p.m.
Screaming for Change Fest in Bristol. Saturday,
July 2, 2 p.m., Bristol Hub Teen Center and
Skatepark. A two-day hardcore/punk getaway
with music, camping, skateboarding, waterfalls,
cliff jumping, vegan food and more. Nearly two
dozen acts including My Revenge, Sacred
Love, Mouth of Flowers and Last Excuse. Cost
$20 per day, $30 for the weekend. Ìnfo: www.
bristolskatepark.com.
Charles Neville and Henry Butler in concert
in Vergennes. Saturday, July 2, 7 p.m.,
Vergennes Opera House. New Orleans
musicians playing with New York-based band
Gent Treadly and local special guests Panton
Flats. Tickets $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Cash bar and snacks. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets available at the opera house or Classic
Stitching, or online at www.brownpapertickets.
com.
PossumHaw at Ripton Community Coffee
House. Saturday, July 2, 7:30 p.m., Ripton
Community House, Route 125. Open-mic
performances followed by the featured
bluegrass band. Refreshments available.
General admission $9, seniors and teens $6,
children $3. More info or to reserve a spot at
the open-mic: 453-5320.
Garrison ghost tour in Ticonderoga, N.Y.
Saturday, July 2, evening, Fort Ticonderoga.
Discover the unexplained past at Fort Ti.
Walking tour highlights the fort’s haunted
history and leads through areas where staff
and visitors have reported strange phenomena.
Cost $35 per person. Reservations required:
(518) 585-2821.
Fireworks in Brandon. Saturday, July 2, dusk,
Park Village (the former Brandon Training
School). Activities, food and freworks. Ìnfo:
247-6401.
Independence Day concert in
Lincoln. Sunday, July 3, 4 p.m.
outdoors at Burnham Hall. Featuring
the Patrick Fitzsimmons Band, with Band Anna
opening. Ìnfo: 388-6297.
Independence Day ceIebration and ñreworks
in Bristol. Sunday, July 3, 6 p.m., Bristol ball
park. Live music with the Bob Levinson Trio and
Mark LaVoie, food and craft vendors, games,
car raffe tickets. Fireworks at dusk. Ìnfo: www.
bristol4th.com.
Independence Day celebration
in Bristol. Monday, July 4, 7:30
a.m. through the afternoon, downtown
Bristol. 7:30 a.m., 5K road race; 9 a.m., Great
Bristol Outhouse Race; 10:30 a.m., annual
parade; noon, live music, food and craft
vendors; 2 p.m., announcement of car raffe
winner and parade winners. No pets, please.
Ìnfo: www.bristol4th.com.
Ice cream social in Salisbury. Monday, July 4,
2-5 p.m., Salisbury Congregational Church.
The church’s 37th annual ice cream social.
Ìce cream by the cone or dish, with a wide
range of toppings and accompanying choices
of home-baked pie or cake. Rain or shine.
Ìnfo: andres@middlebury.edu.
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Conversational Spanish class
in Middlebury. Tuesday, July 5, 11
a.m.-12:15 p.m., Ìlsley Library. Patty
Penuel leads this all-Spanish discussion series,
for people with a comfortable level of speaking
Spanish. Free. Every Tuesday through Aug. 2.
Ìnfo: 388-4095 or info@ilsleypubliclibrary.org.
Free movie in Bristol. Tuesday, July 5, 3 p.m.,
Lawrence Memorial Library. "Harry Potter & the
Goblet of Fire.¨ Ìnfo: 453-2366.
Bluegrass Gospel Project in concert in Castleton.
Tuesday, July 5, 7 p.m., Castleton Village Green.
Free. Part of the 2011 Castleton Concert on the
Green summer series. Ìn the event of rain, concert
will be held under tent. Ìnfo: (802) 273-2911.
Tai chi classes for seniors in
Bridport. Wednesday, July 6, 9:15-
10:15 a.m., Bridport Grange. "Tai Chi for
Seniors,” sponsored by CVAA, meets Mondays
and Wednesdays for eight weeks. Free.
Registration: 1-800-642-5119 or www.cvaa.org.
Free talk on Lyme disease in Middlebury.
Wednesday, July 6, 7 p.m., Ìlsley Library. Clinical
herbalist Julie Mitchell presents "Lyme Disease,
Ticks and Gardening.”
“Body Awareness” on stage in Middlebury.
Wednesday, July 6, 8 p.m., Town Hall Theater.
The Middlebury Actors Workshop presents
award-winning playwright Annie Baker's
engaging comedy set in a fctional Vermont
college town. Directed by Dana Yeaton, with
Melissa Lourie, Karen Lefkoe, Mike Kiernan
and Christopher de la Cruz. Continues July 7-9.
Tickets $17, available at the THT box offce,
382-9222 or www.townhalltheater.org.
Wildlife walk in Middlebury.
Thursday, July 7, 8-10 a.m.,
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MARK DICKERSON, LEFT, Meghan Livingston and Sophie Owen Jankowski compete in last year’s outhouse race in Bristol. The
annual race precedes the town’s Fourth of July parade.
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American Flatbread ....................15B
The ‘No’ Bridge Restaurant .........22B
Café Provence ............................16B
Costello’s Market ........................23B
51 Main ......................................19B
Fire & Ice Restaurant .................18B
Green Gos Burritos ....................18B
Jessica’s at Swift House Inn .......26B
Magic Wok ..................................27B
Mary’s at Baldwin Creek .............18B
Mister Ups .................................24B
Noonie Deli .................................25B
Quick Chef ..................................21B
Ramunto’s ...................................20B
Starry Night Cafe ........................14B
Taste of India ..............................18B
Tourterelle ..................................13B
Waybury Inn ...............................28B
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meet at Otter View Park parking lot, at the
intersection of Weybridge Street and Pulp Mill
Bridge Road. Naturalists from the Otter Creek
Audubon Society and the Middlebury Area
Land Trust lead a monthly walk to survey the
birds and wildlife of Otter View Park and the
Hurd Grassland. Shorter and longer routes
available. Come for all or part of the walk. Info:
388-1007 or 388-6829.
Basin Bluegrass Festival in Brandon. Thursday,
July 7, at the end of Basin Road off McConnell
Road (look for signs in Brandon). Continues
through July 10. Gate opens for early bird
campers Sunday, July 3, 8 a.m. Family-friendly
festival. Free camping with weekend ticket,
Thursday through Sunday. Weekend tickets
$40 in advance (by June 27), $45 at the gate.
Day tickets also available at the gate. See
www.basinbluegrassfestival.com for complete
schedule, ticket prices, reservations, amenities
and details, or call (802) 247-3275 or (after
July 3) (802) 236-1096.
Chamber concert in Salisbury. Thursday, July
7, 2:30 p.m., Salisbury Congregational Church.
The faculty and staff of Point CounterPoint
music camp perform Haydn’s string quartet
Op. 76 No. 2, Wolf’s Italian serenade and
Chaminade’s piano trio.
Free movie in Bristol. Thursday, July 7, 3 p.m.,
Lawrence Memorial Library. “Harry Potter &
the Order of the Phoenix.” Info: 453-2366.
Presentation on timber rattlesnakes in
Salisbury. Thursday, July 7, 7-8:30 p.m.,
Salisbury Free Public Library. Herpetologist
Jim Andrews discusses timber rattlesnakes
and other interesting snakes of Salisbury.
Presented by the Salisbury Conservation
Commission. Free. Info: http://conservation.
townofsalisbury.org/?page_id=1491.
“Body Awareness” on stage in Middlebury.
Thursday, July 7, 8 p.m., Town Hall Theater.
See details under July 6 listing.
Live music in Middlebury. Thursday, July 7,
8-10 p.m., 51 Main. Nathan Brady Crain,
performing as brady, uses digital looping
stations to create multiple layers of percussion,
guitar and three-part harmonies on the fy. A
unique and amazing musical experience. Info:
www.go51main.com.
Basin Bluegrass Festival in
Brandon. Friday, July 8, at the
end of Basin Road off McConnell
Road (look for signs in Brandon). Stage
performances all day. See July 7 listing or
www.basinbluegrassfestival.com for details.
Arts Walk in Middlebury. Friday, July 8, 5-7 p.m.,
downtown Middlebury and the Marble Works.
Monthly outdoor stroll through town featuring
art, music, food and fun, with over 40 venues
participating. Info: 388-7951, ext. 2.
Art opening reception in Brandon. Friday,
July 8, 5-8 p.m., Gallery in-the-Field, 685
Arnold District Road off Route 7. A celebration
of the opening of “The Power of Place:
Landscapes and Mindscapes From Vermont,”
featuring the work of four Vermont artists.
Artist panel discussion of the exhibit theme at
6 p.m. Exhibit runs through Sept. 1. Info: www.
galleryinthefeld.com or (802) 558-8609.
Art opening reception in Middlebury. Friday,
July 8, 6-8 p.m., 51 Main. Celebrating an exhibit
of Danielle Rougeau’s pastel and charcoal
monotypes of familiar landscapes. On exhibit
for the month of July. Guitarist Dayve Huckett
will provide live music and light refreshments
will be served. Info: www.go51main.com.
“Kilroy Was Here” on stage in Brandon. Friday,
July 8, 7:30 p.m., Brandon Town Hall. The
Brandon Town Players present this musical
comedy by Tim Kelly set during World War II.
Tickets $15 at the door, $13 in advance, $10 for
all past and present military personnel. Tickets
at Carr’s Florist and Gifts or Briggs Carriage
Bookstore. Also showing July 9, 10, 15 and 16.
Info: www.brandontownhall.org or 247-5420.
Chamber concert in Salisbury. Friday, July 8,
7:30 p.m., Salisbury Congregational Church.
The faculty and staff of Point CounterPoint
music camp perform a program of Haydn, Wolf
and Chaminade. Free but goodwill donations
accepted.
“Body Awareness” on stage in Middlebury.
Friday, July 8, 8 p.m., Town Hall Theater. See
details under July 6 listing.
Live music in Middlebury. Friday, July 8, 10
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. French-American
singer-songwriter Remy de Laroque and
Burlington-based guitarist Ted Looby perform.
Info: www.go51main.com.
Green Mountain Club work day
in Ripton. Saturday, July 9, time
and meeting place TBA. Working on
Sucker Brook Trail. Call Chip Morgan for info:
388-9868.
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St. Stephen’s peasant market in Middlebury.
Saturday, July 9, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. town green.
Antiques, raffe, white elephant, silent auction,
plants, books, games, pies and barbecue.
Fund-raiser for local and international service
and relief agencies. Info: 388-7200.
Two-day Revolutionary War encampment
in Hubbardton. Saturday, July 9, 9:30-5
p.m., Hubbardton Battlefeld State Historic
Site. Commemorate the 234th anniversary
of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in
Vermont. Enjoy two days of re-enactors, family
activities, battlefeld tours, history scavenger
hunt, colonial games and more. Info: www.
historicvermont.org/hubbardton or (802) 273-
2282.
Family nature quest walk in Middlebury.
Saturday, July 9, 10 a.m.-noon, Wright Park,
Seymour Street Extension entrance. Come
anytime between 10 and 11:15 to explore a
side trail in the park. Local naturalists will be
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on hand to lend their insights in this self-guided
discovery walk. Not appropriate for strollers.
Info: 989-7115.
Annual town potluck picnic in Weybridge.
Saturday, July 9, 11:30 a.m., Weybridge
Elementary School. This year celebrating the
250th birthday of the town. The day includes
baked bean and apple pie contests, old-
fashioned children’s games, music by the
Horse Traders and more. Info: 545-2475 or
http://weybridge.govoffce.com.
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, July 9,
6-8 p.m., 51 Main. Judson Kimble plays solo
acoustic guitar. Info: www.go51main.com.
“Kilroy Was Here” on stage in Brandon.
Saturday, July 9, 7:30 p.m., Brandon Town
Hall. See details under July 8 listing.
“Body Awareness” on stage in Middlebury.
Saturday, July 9, 8 p.m., Town Hall Theater.
See details under July 6 listing.
Basin Bluegrass Festival in Brandon.
Saturday, July 9, at the end of Basin Road off
McConnell Road (look for signs in Brandon).
Stage performances all day. See July 7 listing
or www.basinbluegrassfestival.com for details.
Thirteenth annual Bach Bash in Granville.
Saturday, July 9, 7 p.m., Granville Town Hall.
A production of the Rochester Chamber Music
Society. Free but donations accepted. Info:
767-9234 or www.rcmsvt.org.
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Hubbardton Battlefeld State Historic Site.
Commemorate the 234th anniversary of the
only Revolutionary War battle fought in Vermont.
Watch Revolutionary War re-enactors practice
battle maneuvers in the morning, followed
by family activities, battlefeld tours, history
scavenger hunt, colonial games and more.
Info: www.historicvermont.org/hubbardton or
(802) 273-2282.
Champs Challenge for Cystic Fibrosis bike
event in Ferrisburgh. Sunday, July 10,
8:45/10:15 a.m. check-in, Basin Harbor Club.
Fund-raiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Lifestyle
Foundation. Options: 40-mile route check-in at
8:45, ride starts at 9:30; 7-mile route check-in
at 10:15 a.m., ride starts at 11. Both rides return
to Basin Harbor at noon for BBQ, raffe, door
prizes. Go to www.champschallenge.org for
info and registration.
Basin Bluegrass Festival in Brandon. Sunday,
July 10, all day, at the end of Basin Road off
McConnell Road (look for signs in Brandon).
Stage performances all day. See July 7 listing
or www.basinbluegrassfestival.com for details.
“Kilroy Was Here” on stage in Brandon.
Sunday, July 10, 2 p.m., Brandon Town Hall.
See details under July 8 listing.
Chamber music concert in Rochester. Sunday,
July 10, 4 p.m. Rochester Federated Church.
The Rochester Chamber Music Society
presents a program of piano duos by Barber,
Kodály and Prokofev. Free but donations
accepted. Info: 767-9234 or www.rcmsvt.org.
Poetry reading in Rochester. Sunday, July 10,
5:30-6:30 p.m., BigTown Gallery, 99 North Main
St. Readings by Woon-Ping Chin and Martha
Zweig. Free. Info: info@bigtowngallery.com.
Baye Kouyate et Les Tougarakes in concert
in Middlebury. Sunday, July 10, 7 p.m., town
green. Kicking off Middlebury’s annual Festival
on-the-Green. Free. Traditional sounds of Mali
with jazz, Latin and reggae infuences. Festival
info: 462-3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.org.
One Man Circus in a Suitcase
in Middlebury. Monday, July 11,
noon, town green. Festival on-the-
Green’s Brown Bag Special. Free. Festival info:
462-3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.org.
Jean Rohe Trio in concert in Middlebury.
Monday, July 11, 7 p.m., town green. Part
of Festival on-the-Green. Challenging the
boundaries of North and South American folk
music. Free. Festival info: 462-3555 or www.
festivalonthegreen.org.
Chamberlin in concert in Middlebury. Monday,
July 11, 8:30 p.m., town green. Part of Festival
on-the-Green. The best in new Americana from
locally rising stars. Free. Festival info: 462-
3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.org.
Conversational Spanish class
in Middlebury. Tuesday, July 12,
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Ilsley Library. Patty
Penuel leads this all-Spanish discussion series,
for people with a comfortable level of speaking
Spanish. Free. Every Tuesday through Aug. 2.
Info: 388-4095 or info@ilsleypubliclibrary.org.
Stephen Gratto in Middlebury. Tuesday, July
12, noon, on the green. Festival on-the-Green’s
Brown Bag Special. Free. Festival info: 462-
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3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.org.
Free movie in Bristol. Tuesday, July 12, 3 p.m.,
Lawrence Memorial Library. “Harry Potter & the
Half-Blood Prince.” Info: 453-2366.
New York Players in concert in Castleton.
Tuesday, July 12, 7 p.m., Castleton Village
Green. Free. Part of the 2011 Castleton Concert
on the Green summer series. In the event of
rain, concert will be held in Casella Theater at
Castleton State College. Info: (802) 273-2911.
Jez Lowe in concert in Middlebury. Tuesday,
July 12, 7 p.m., town green. Part of Festival
on-the-Green. English folk singer-songwriter.
Free. Festival info: 462-3555 or www.
festivalonthegreen.org.
Vishten in concert in Middlebury. Tuesday, July
12, 8:30 p.m., town green. Part of Festival on-
the-Green. Fiery fddle, accordion and Acadian
step-dancing. Free. Festival info: 462-3555 or
www.festivalonthegreen.org.
Magician Tom Joyce in Bristol.
Wednesday, July 13, 10:30 a.m.,
Holley Hall. The Five-Town Libraries
Collaboration presents a magic trip around the
world. Free. Info: 453-4015.
No Strings Marionettes in Middlebury.
Wednesday, July 13, noon, town green.
Festival on-the-Green’s Brown Bag Special.
Free. Festival info: 462-3555 or www.
festivalonthegreen.org.
Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore in concert in
Middlebury. Wednesday, July 13, 7 p.m., town
green. Part of Festival on-the-Green. Blues
and bluegrass with soulful voices and stunning
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instrumental chops. Free. Festival info: 462-
3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.org.
The SteelDrivers in concert in Middlebury.
Wednesday, July 13, 8:30 p.m., town green.
Part of Festival on-the-Green. Grammy-
nominated bluegrass roots threaded with
country, soul and contemporary infuences.
Free. Festival info: 462-3555 or www.
festivalonthegreen.org.
Gary Dulabaum & Mark Sustie
in Middlebury. Thursday, July 14,
noon, town green. Festival on-the-
Green’s Brown Bag Special. Free. Festival
info: 462-3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.
org.
Free movie in Bristol. Thursday, July 14, 3 p.m.,
Lawrence Memorial Library. “Harry Potter &
the Deathly Hallows Part I.” Info: 453-2366.
Poetry readings in Bristol. Thursday, July 14,
6-8 p.m., Gallery @ 85 North. Karin Gottshall
will read from her recently released “Flood
Letters,” and local poet Elaine Pentaleri will
debut her new work.
Summer concert series in Brandon. Thursday,
July 14, 6:30 p.m., Central Park. The Avant
Garde Dogs play rock and R&B you can dance
to. Info: 247-6401.
The Parkington Sisters in concert in
Middlebury. Thursday, July 14, 7 p.m., town
green. Part of Festival on-the-Green. Free.
Classically trained folk artists with stunning
sibling harmonies. Festival info: 462-3555 or
www.festivalonthegreen.org.
Live music in Middlebury. Thursday, July 14,
8-10 p.m., 51 Main. Moors & McCumber, the
duo of James Moors and Kort McCumber,
perform. Info: www.moorsandmccumber.com
or www.go51main.com.
Babik in concert in Middlebury. Thursday, July
14, 8:30 p.m., town green. Part of Festival on-
the-Green. Gypsy jazz artists. Free. Festival
info: 462-3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.
org.
Movie in the park in Bristol. Thursday, July 14,
dusk, town green. “The Little Mermaid.” Free
outdoor movie on a large screen. Popcorn
and refreshments on sale, provided by the
Hub Teen Center. Bring a blanket. Movies are
shown most Thursday evenings through Aug.
25. Info: www.bristolrec.org.
Robert & Gigi in Middlebury.
Friday, July 15, noon, town green.
Festival on-the-Green’s Brown Bag
Special. Free. Festival info: 462-3555 or www.
festivalonthegreen.org.
Green Mountain Suzuki Institute student
chamber recital in Rochester. Friday, July
15, 1:15 p.m., Rochester School auditorium.
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Student chamber players perform a closing
concert for the weeklong institute. Free but
donations accepted. Info: 767-9234 or www.
rcmsvt.org.
“Veillée” French-Canadian supper and
celebration in Vergennes. Friday, July 9, 6-9
p.m., Vergennes Opera House. A prelude to
French Heritage Day, the evening includes a
traditional French-Canadian supper from 6-7
followed by traditional music and dancing from
7-9, with instruction provided. Admission $20
per person, $35 per couple. Pre-order tickets
at (800) 733-8376 or 388-7951, ext. 1.
Bill Sims Jr. & Mark Lavoie in concert in
Middlebury. Friday, July 15, 7 p.m., town
green. Part of Festival on-the-Green. Free.
Acoustic country blues duo. Festival info:
462-3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.org.
Dixieland jazz concert in Salisbury. Friday,
July 15, 7:30 p.m., Salisbury Congregational
Church. Gene Childers leads the Jubilee Jazz
Band. Free but free-will donations accepted.
Info: andres@middlebury.edu.
“Kilroy Was Here” on stage in Brandon.
Friday, July 15, 7:30 p.m., Brandon Town Hall.
See details under July 8 listing.
The DeñbuIators in concert in MiddIebury.
Friday, July 15, 8:30 p.m., town green.
Part of Festival on-the-Green. Hillbilly
rock; the Ramones meet the Carter Family.
Free. Festival info: 462-3555 or www.
festivalonthegreen.org.
French Heritage Day in
Vergennes. Saturday, July 16,
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Vergennes City Park
and Otter Creek Basin (with shuttle service
between the two). This event includes all
kinds of Franco-American music, food, history,
tours, old-time demonstrations and activities.
French Canadian Genealogical Society will
help visitors trace their roots. Farmers’ market.
Green Mountain Cloggers & Friends. Bastille
Day waiters’ race. Boat cruises on Otter Creek:
897-5331 or www.carilloncruises.com. General
event info: (800) 733-8376 or 388-7951, ext. 1,
or www.frenchheritageday.com.
Road hike on the Hubbardton Military Road
in Hubbardton. Saturday, July 16, 10:30 a.m.,
meet Hubbardton Battlefeld Visitor Center.
Thomas Hughes, Crown Point State Historic
Site manager, leads a long, rugged hike
exploring part of the 1776 Mount Independence/
Hubbardton Military Road, southwest from
the battlefeld through the wooded northeast
corner of Castleton and below Grandpa’s Knob.
Wear sturdy shoes, dress for the weather and
bring plenty of water and lunch. Info: www.
historicvermont.org/hubbardton or (802) 273-
2282.
Goshen Gallop 5K/10K in Goshen. Saturday,
July 16, 4 p.m., start at Blueberry Hill Inn.
Rugged 10K course on gravel roads and
onto the trails of the Moosalamoo National
Recreation Area, following the Nordic cross-
country trails between 1,800 and 2,100 feet
above sea level. 5K option. Registration: $35
in advance, $40 on race day. Meal ticket only;
$15 adults, $10 kids. Info and registration at
www.moosalamoo.org/events.asp.
Street dance in Middlebury. Saturday, July 16, 7
p.m., downtown Middlebury. The Vermont Jazz
Ensemble winds up Festival on-the-Green with
its annual jazz/Big Band concert on the green,
with dancing on Main Street. Early birds can
get dance lessons. Free. Performer info: www.
vermontjazzensemble.com. Festival info: 462-
3555 or www.festivalonthegreen.org.
“Kilroy Was Here” on stage in Brandon.
Saturday, July 16, 7:30 p.m., Brandon Town
Hall. See details under July 8 listing.
Starlight dance performance in Rochester.
Saturday, July 16, 8:30 p.m., BigTown Gallery,
99 North Main St. An outdoor performance
by Guggenheim Fellows in Choreography Art
Bridgman and Myrna Packer. Bring a blanket.
Rain location: Rochester School. Tickets $15.
Info: www.bigtowngallery.com/pages/bigtent.
html.
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, July 16, 9
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. Honeywell — made
up of Russ Lawton on drums, Clint Bierman on
guitar and Peter Day on bass — performs original
music and covers. Info: www.go51main.com.
Vermont Sun Triathlon in
Salisbury. Sunday, July 17, 8
a.m., Branbury State Park. A 600-yard
swim, 14-mile bike and 3.1 mile run. Info and
registration: www.rushtonsports.com.
“Salisbury Revealed” town-wide open house.
Sunday, July 17, all day, throughout Salisbury.
A day-long celebration of the town’s 250th
anniversary, featuring tours of Maple Meadow
Farm, the state fsh hatchery, town hall, Shard
Villa, local churches and cemeteries. First 50
visitors to each open house receive a “250”
souvenir. Blacksmith demonstration next to the
village post offce. Town-wide scavenger hunt.
Cemetery history tour in Hubbardton. Sunday,
July 17, 1 p.m., meet at the Hubbardton
Battlefeld Visitor Center. A Hubbardton resident
from 1775 in period costume “comes to life” to
host a visit to the East Hubbardton Cemetery
and introduce visitors to the settlers who lived
in the area, in the path of the Revolutionary
War. Rain or shine. Info: www.historicvermont.
org/hubbardton or (802) 273-2282.
Literary readings in Rochester. Sunday,
July 17, 5:30-6:30 p.m., BigTown Gallery.
Nonfction and fction writer Thomas Powers
and poet Cleopatra Mathis read. Info:
wwwbigtowngallery.com.
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Conversational Spanish class in
Middlebury. Tuesday, July 19, 11
a.m.-12:15 p.m., Ilsley Library. Patty
Penuel leads this all-Spanish discussion series,
for people with a comfortable level of speaking
Spanish. Free. Every Tuesday through Aug. 2.
Info: 388-4095 or info@ilsleypubliclibrary.org.
Free movie in Bristol. Tuesday, July 19, 3 p.m.,
Lawrence Memorial Library. “I Am Number 4.”
Info: 453-2366.
The Great Brandon Auction. Tuesday, July
19, 4 p.m., Central Park. Fund-raiser for the
Brandon Chamber of Commerce, 23rd year.
Attic treasures, barn bargains, new art, gift
certifcates, antiques, furniture and more. Bring
a chair. Rain or shine. Info: 247-6401.
Nathan Childers in concert in Castleton.
Tuesday, July 19, 7 p.m., Castleton Village
Green. Free. Part of the 2011 Castleton Concert
on the Green summer series. In the event of
rain, concert will be held in Casella Theater at
Castleton State College. Info: (802) 273-2911.
Blues jam in Middlebury.
Wednesday, July 20, 8-10 p.m., 51
Main. Dennis Willmott from Left Eye
Jump will provide lead guitar, bass and drums
if you need backup, or will take a break and let
you play. Bring your instrument and get ready
to jam. Info: www.go51main.com.
Live music in Middlebury.
Thursday, July 21, 8-10 p.m., 51
Main. The duo Neon Campfre plays
music that has been described as “punk-folk,”
“ecological,” and even “metaphysical.” Info:
www.51main.com.
Movie in the park in Bristol. Thursday, July 21,
dusk, town green. “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
Free outdoor movie on a large screen. Popcorn
and refreshments on sale, provided by the
Hub Teen Center. Bring a blanket. Movies are
shown most Thursday evenings through Aug.
25. Info: www.bristolrec.org.
Junior ñshing derby in
Vergennes. Friday, July 22, 5 a.m.,
Vergennes docks at Falls Park at the
Basin. Day 1 of a 3-day free event for children
under 16 and their families, with camping, BBQ
lunch, pizza party and prizes galore at awards
ceremony. Friday night: karaoke dance party
and bonfre. Registration opens at 5 on falls
side, fshing continues until dark. Continues
July 23 and 24. Info: www.Vergennes.org.
SOAR Summerfest in Brandon. Friday, July
22, 5-9 p.m., Central Park. Celebration of the
SOAR Summer Program and the arts. Pig roast
at 5 p.m. Kids’ activities 5:15-6:15. Free concert
with Gene Childers and the Jubilee Jazz Band
at 6:30, part of the Brandon Summer Concert
Series. Auction. Bring a blanket or chair. Details
at www.soarsummerfest.org.
Presentation on town history in Salisbury.
Friday, July 22, 7:30 p.m., Salisbury
Congregational Church. In celebration of the
town’s 250th anniversary, Glenn Andres shares
a history of Salisbury’s church, buildings,
people and tales. Free, but free-will donations
accepted. Info: andres@middlebury.edu.
Live music in Middlebury. Friday, July 22, 9
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. Dragonfy Physics,
bouncing between various styles including
elements of grunge, rock, funk and jam, will
play original music, with a tribute set of Nirvana
unplugged. Info: www.51main.com.
Junior ñshing derby in
Vergennes. Saturday, July 23, all
day, Vergennes docks at Falls Park
at the Basin. Day 2 of a 3-day free event
for children under 16 and their families, with
camping, BBQ lunch, pizza party and prizes
galore at awards ceremony. Saturday: Bobber
race at noon; Lions Club BBQ; workshops;
Basin Street Dance with TOAST, evening.
Continues July 24. Info: www.Vergennes.org.
Soldiers Atop the Mount in Orwell. Saturday,
July 23, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Mount
Independence State Historic Site. Two-day
living history weekend honoring the American,
British and German occupation of the Mount.
Guided camp tours, trail tours, drilling lessons,
children’s scavenger hunt and more. Annual
reading of the Declaration of Independence
and music by the Seth Warner Mount
Independence Fife & Drum Corps Saturday
afternoon. Admission $6 adults, free for
children under 14. Info: mountindependence@
HistoricVermont.org or 948-2000.
Community picnic and concert in Leicester.
Saturday, July 23, noon-4 p.m., Leicester
Four Corners. A celebration of Leicester’s
250th birthday, with a pig roast, baked beans,
coleslaw and other picnic offerings. Woods
Tea Company will play from 1-3 p.m.
SiIent movie screening in Brandon. Saturday,
July 23, 7 p.m., Brandon Town Hall. Showing
“Hell’s Hinges” (1918), an early Western
starring William S. Hart. Free, but donations
accepted, to support ongoing renovation of the
town hall. Info: www.brandontownhall.org.
Live jazz in Rochester. Saturday, July 23, 8 p.m.,
BigTown Gallery, 99 North Main St. Lew Soloff,
jazz trumpeter, composer and actor, returns to
headline the frst evening of the summer 2011
BigTent Jazz Nights. Tickets $40. Info: info@
bigtowngallery.com.
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, July 23,
9 p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. Split Tongue Crow
offers backwoods harmonies and hauntingly
honest songwriting. Info: www.51main.com.
Junior ñshing derby in
Vergennes. Sunday, July 24, all day,
Vergennes docks at Falls Park at the
Basin. Day 3 of a 3-day free event for children
under 16 and their families, with cleanup
followed by pizza party awards ceremony at the
Legion at 2 p.m. Info: www.Vergennes.org.
Canoe/kayak on Otter Creek in Ferrisburgh.
Sunday, July 24, 10 a.m., meet at the fshing
put-in at the end of Cassin Road (off Sand
Road) for the take-out point; the group will
carpool to the put-in. Join the Bread Loaf
Section of the Green Mountain Club for an easy,
4-mile, fat-water paddle down Otter Creek
from its confuence with Dead Creek to Lake
Champlain. See wildlife, including osprey nests
with chicks. PFD required; bring lunch, water.
Confrm participation with Tina Scharf at 453-
4658 or cmscharf@yahoo.com.
Soldiers Atop the Mount in Orwell. Sunday, July
24, 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Mount Independence
State Historic Site. See details under July 23
listing.
Vermont Barbecue Championships in
Middlebury. Sunday, July 24, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Marble Works.
Ta Ka Di Mi Project workshop and performance
in Rochester. Sunday, July 24, 2-4 p.m.
workshop, 8 p.m. performance, BigTown Gallery,
99 North Main St. Master percussionist and
composer Glen Velez performs with world jazz
rhythm vocalist and virtuoso Lori Cotler offer a
drum and voice project workshop, exploring the
world of drumming, drum language and overtone
singing. Workshop $40. At 8 p.m., they perform
original compositions derived from the music of
the Middle East, central Asia and Mediterranean
regions. "A unique program of pure rhythm and
pulse.” Tickets $35. Workshop and performance:
$60. Info: info@bigtowngallery.com.
Conversational Spanish class
in Middlebury. Tuesday, July 26,
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Ilsley Library. Patty
Penuel leads this all-Spanish discussion series,
for people with a comfortable level of speaking
Spanish. Free. Every Tuesday through Aug. 2.
Info: 388-4095 or info@ilsleypubliclibrary.org.
Free movie in Bristol. Tuesday, July 26, 3 p.m.,
Lawrence Memorial Library. “Legend of the
Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole.” Info: 453-
2366.
Satin and Steel in concert in Castleton.
Tuesday, July 26, 7 p.m., Castleton Village
Green. Free. Part of the 2011 Castleton Concert
on the Green summer series. In the event of
rain, concert will be held under tent. Info: (802)
273-2911.
Book discussion in Middlebury. Tuesday, July
26, 7:30-9 p.m., 51 Main. The Vermont Book
Shop hosts a discussion of “War,” by Sebastian
Unger. Info: www.51main.com.
Chamber concert in Middlebury.
Wednesday, July 27, 7:30 p.m., Town
Hall Theater. The Point CounterPoint
Chamber Players hold their second annual
Constance Holden Memorial Concert, playing
Beethoven’s String Quartet Op. 95 and Brahms’
C Major Piano Trio Op. 87. Donations beneft
the Constance Holden Memorial Fund.
Free movie in Bristol. Thursday,
July 28, 1:30 p.m., Lawrence Memorial
Library. “Tangled.” Info: 453-2366.
Live music in Middlebury. Thursday, July 28, 8-10
p.m., 51 Main. Vermont band Atlantic Crossing
plays traditional New England music, with deep
Celtic roots in the British Isles and in French and
Maritime Canada, plus original compositions
inspired by these traditions. Info: www.51main.
com.
Surprise performance in Rochester. Thursday,
July 28, 8 p.m., BigTown Gallery, 99 North Main
St. An annual surprise evening to spotlight world-
class performers who live in central Vermont.
Tickets $15. Info: info@bigtowngallery.com.
Movie in the park in Bristol. Thursday, July 28,
dusk, town green. “Return of the Jedi.” Free
outdoor movie on a large screen. Popcorn and
refreshments on sale, provided by the Hub Teen
Center. Bring a blanket. Movies are shown most
Thursday evenings through Aug. 25. Info: www.
bristolrec.org.
Three-Day Stampede Lawn
Sale in Bristol. Friday, July 29, 8
a.m.-8 p.m., Bristol Recreation Field.
Continues on July 30 and 31. Benefts cystic
fbrosis research. Huge lawn sale, raffe,
fea market, bake sale, chicken barbecue
(Saturday), walk-a-thon (Sunday) and more.
Info: www.threedaystampede.org.
AtIantic Crossing in concert in SaIisbury. Friday,
July 29, 7:30 p.m., Salisbury Congregational
Church. Vocal and instrumental folk music of
New England, Quebec, Maritime Canada and
the British Isles. Free, but free-will donations
appreciated. Info: andres@middlebury.edu.
Three-Day Stampede Lawn Sale
in Bristol. Saturday, July 30, 8 a.m.-
8 p.m., Bristol Recreation Field. Continues
on July 31. Benefts cystic fbrosis research. Huge
lawn sale, raffe, fea market, bake sale, chicken
barbecue (Saturday), walk-a-thon (Sunday) and
more. Info: www.threedaystampede.org.
Green Mountain Club potluck picnic in
Ferrisburgh. Saturday, July 30, time TBA,
Kingsland Bay State Park. Bike, walk, kayak,
swim or just socialize. Helmet required for
cycling, PFD required for kayaking. Bring a dish
to share, plus utensils and plate. Park entrance
fee or Green Mountain Passport. RSVP to Jan
Abbott at jabbott4111@myfairpoint.net or (802)
878-4873.
Town of Salisbury 250th anniversary
celebration weekend in Salisbury. Saturday,
July 30, 10 a.m.-9 p.m., throughout town. A
two-day celebration of Salisbury, “Meadows,
Mountains and Memories. Historical exhibits,
arts and crafts demonstrations and sales in the
village, with picnic-style food served, 10 a.m.-
3 p.m.; parade through town, 11 a.m.; contra
dance, 6:30-9 p.m. at the Salisbury Community
School, with a “Salisbury 250” birthday cake
and ice cream served. Continues July 31. Info:
townofsalisbury.org.
MotorcycIe ride for cystic ñbrosis in BristoI.
Saturday, July 30, 1 p.m., Bristol Rec Field. Part
of the Three-Day Stampede, organized by the
Red Knights of Vermont IV. Registration fee
$25. Info: rcrkvt4@hotmail.com.
Chicken barbecue in Bristol. Saturday, July 30,
2-6 p.m., Bristol Rec Field. Part of the Three-
Day Stampede. Info: www.threedaystampede.
org.
Joe Locke with Sticks & Strings Quartet in
concert in Rochester. Saturday, July 30, 8 p.m.,
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BigTown Gallery, 99 North Main St. Bandleader,
vibist, producer and sideman who has played
the likes of Dizzy Gillespie and Pepper Adams
will play an evening of jazz with his band. Tickets
$40. Info: info@bigtowngallery.com.

Three-Day Stampede Lawn Sale
in Bristol. Sunday, July 31, 8 a.m.-8
p.m., Bristol Recreation Field. Benefts
cystic fbrosis research. Huge lawn sale, raffe,
fea market, bake sale, chicken barbecue
(Saturday), walk-a-thon (Sunday) and more.
Info: www.threedaystampede.org.
Stampede 5K in Bristol. Sunday, July 31, 8
a.m., Bristol Rec Field. Part of the Three-Day
Stampede. Registration free $20 in advance,
$25 on race day. Info: 453-5325.
Town of Salisbury 250th anniversary
celebration weekend in Salisbury. Sunday,
July 31, all day, around Salisbury. Day two of the
“Meadows, Mountains and Memories” weekend.
Old-fashioned church service and sermon at
Salisbury Congregational Church. At Branbury
State Park (free admission for locals), boat
parade at 3 p.m. followed by town-wide picnic at
4 p.m. Info: townofsalisbury.org.
Cystic ñbrosis waIk-a-thon in BristoI. Sunday,
July 31, 10:30 a.m., Bristol Rec Field. Part of the
Three-Day Stampede. Registration 10:30, 3.5 mile
walk through Bristol starts at 11. Pledge sheets
available at 453-4305, Vermont HoneyLights in
Bristol, or at www.threedaystampede.org.
Magicians Without Borders in Rochester.
Sunday, July 31, 2 p.m. BigTown Gallery, 99
North Main St. Tom Verner and Janet Fredricks
perform in refugee camps, orphanages and
hospitals around the world. Tickets $8. Info:
info@bigtowngallery.com.
“Bach and Consequences” concert in Rochester.
Sunday, July 31, 3:30 p.m., Rochester Federated
Church. A program of Bach, Mendelssohn
and Dimiter Christoff. Pre-concert talk at 3:30;
concert at 4. Free but donations accepted. Info:
767-9234 or www.rcmsvt.org.
Poetry reading in Rochester. Sunday, July 31, 7-8
p.m., BigTown Gallery. Ellen Bryant Voigt, widely
published former Vermont State Poet, will read.
Free. Info: info@bigtowngallery.com.
Conversational Spanish class
in Middlebury. Tuesday, Aug. 2,
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Ìlsley Library. Patty
Penuel leads this all-Spanish discussion series,
for people with a comfortable level of speaking
Spanish. Free. Every Tuesday through Aug. 2.
Info: 388-4095 or info@ilsleypubliclibrary.org.
Very Merry Theatre production of “Frankenstein
& Friends” in Bristol. Tuesday, Aug. 2, 6 p.m.,
Bristol green. Teen troupe presents this free
musical comedy. Info: www.verymerrytheatre.
org. Rain site: Holley Hall.
Starline Rhythm Boys in concert in Castleton.
Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7 p.m., Castleton Village
Green. Free. Part of the 2011 Castleton Concert
on the Green summer series. In the event of
rain, concert will be held in Casella Theater at
Castleton State College. Info: (802) 273-2911.
Live music in Ripton. Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7:30 p.m.,
Ripton Community House, Route 125. The Ripton
Community Coffeehouse welcomes bluegrass
band PossumHaw. Open-mike set at 7:30
followed by featured performers. Refreshments
available. Admission $9, $6 seniors and teens,
$3 children. Info: 453-5320.
Jeh Kulu Dance and Drum
Theatre in Bristol. Wednesday,
Aug. 3, 3 p.m., Holley Hall. The Five-
Town Libraries Collaboration presents Jeh
Kulu, a traditional West African performing and
educational ensemble, welcoming audience
participation in dance, music and song. All
ages. Free. Info: 453-4015.
Live music in Middlebury.
Thursday, Aug. 4, 8-10 p.m., 51
Main. Coba Stella is an unconventional
three-piece band from Burlington playing
upbeat trip hop, soul, reggae, blues, hip hop
and rock. Info: www.51main.com.
Movie in the park in Bristol. Thursday, Aug.
4, dusk, town green. “Ghostbusters.” Free
outdoor movie on a large screen. Popcorn
and refreshments on sale, provided by the
Hub Teen Center. Bring a blanket. Movies are
shown most Thursday evenings through Aug.
25. Info: www.bristolrec.org.
Summer concert series in
Brandon. Friday, Aug. 5, 6:30 p.m.,
Central Park. Enerjazz, a 19-member
band, plays big band and contemporary jazz.
Info: 247-6401.
Marimba concert in Salisbury. Friday, Aug. 5,
7:30 p.m., Salisbury Congregational Church.
Jane Boxall performs. Free, but free-will
donations appreciated.
Live music in Middlebury. Friday, Aug. 5, 9 p.m.-
midnight, 51 Main. Swing Noire plays gypsy
jazz in the tradition of Django Reinhardt. Info:
www.51main.com.
Town-wide yard sale in Brandon.
Saturday, Aug. 6, all day, downtown.
Sidewalk sales and yard sales all over
town. Map available that morning at the Brandon
Museum and Visitor Center. Info: 247-6401.
“Touch a Truck” in Bristol. Saturday, Aug. 6, 9
a.m.-noon, Bristol Recreation Field. Children (and
parents) can climb, sit and play on bulldozers,
police cars, ambulances, fretrucks and a variety
of other vehicles. Free. Rain or shine.
Fife and Drum Corps Muster at Fort
Ticonderoga. Saturday, Aug. 6, all day. Info:
www.fort-ticonderoga.org or (518) 585-2821.
Lake Dunmore Triathlon in
Salisbury. Sunday, Aug. 7, 8 a.m.,
Branbury State Park. Special qualifer
for the Age Group National Championships
(2011 and 2012). A 0.9-mile swim, 28-mile bike
and 6.2-mile run. Limited to 400 entrants. Ìnfo:
www.rushtonsports.com.
Hike into History in Orwell. Sunday, Aug. 7,
2 p.m., Mount Ìndependence State Historic
Site. Mount Independence Coalition president
Steven Zeoli leads a hike on the trails of the
Mount. Walk in the footsteps of Revolutionary
War soldiers. Info: mountindependence@
HistoricVermont.org or 948-2000.
St. Lawrence String Quartet in concert
in Rochester. Sunday, Aug. 7, 3:30 p.m.,
Rochester Federated Church. A program of
Haydn, Beethoven and Schubert. Pre-concert
talk at 3:30; concert at 4. Free but donations
accepted. Info: 767-9234 or www.rcmsvt.org.
Addison County Fair and Field
Days in New Haven. Tuesday,
Aug. 9, 1790 Field Days Rd., New
Haven. Continues through Aug. 13. Vermont's
largest agricultural fair celebrates its 63rd year.
See website for schedule of events: www.
addisoncountyfelddays.com.
Reggie’s Red Hot Feetwarmers in Castleton.
Tuesday, Aug. 9, 7 p.m., Castleton Village Green.
Free. Part of the 2011 Castleton Concert on the
Green summer series. Rain site: Casella Theater
at Castleton State College. Info: (802) 273-2911.
UVM Morgan Horse Farm open
house in Weybridge. Wednesday,
Aug. 10, 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m., UVM
Morgan Horse Farm. Vermont Day. Free and
open to the public.
Addison County Fair and Field Days in New
Haven. Wednesday, Aug. 10, 1790 Field Days
Rd., New Haven. Continues through Aug. 13.
Vermont's largest agricultural fair celebrates its
63rd year. See website for schedule of events:
www.addisoncountyfelddays.com.
Addison County Fair and Field
Days in New Haven. Thursday,
Aug. 11, 1790 Field Days Rd., New
Haven. Continues through Aug. 13. Vermont's
largest agricultural fair celebrates its 63rd year.
See website for schedule of events: www.
addisoncountyfelddays.com.
Movie in the park in Bristol. Thursday, Aug. 11,
dusk, town green. "Ìndiana Jones and the Last
Crusade.” Free outdoor movie on a large screen.
Popcorn and refreshments on sale, provided by
the Hub Teen Center. Bring a blanket. Movies
are shown most Thursday evenings through
Aug. 25. Info: www.bristolrec.org.
Addison County Fair and Field
Days in New Haven. Friday, Aug.
12, 1790 Field Days Rd., New Haven.
Continues through Aug. 13. Vermont's largest
agricultural fair celebrates its 63rd year.
See website for schedule of events: www.
addisoncountyfelddays.com.
Arts Walk in Middlebury. Friday, Aug. 12, 5-7 p.m.,
downtown Middlebury and the Marble Works.
Monthly outdoor stroll through town featuring art,
music, food and fun. Info: 388-7951, ext. 2.
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Art opening reception in Middlebury. Friday,
Aug. 12, 6-8 p.m., 51 Main. Celebrating
the August exhibit of Dorothea Langevin’s
photographs. Signer, guitarist and futist
Lynn Sandage provides live music. Light
refreshments served. Info: www.51main.com.
Chamber concert in Brandon. Friday, Aug.
12, 7:30 p.m., Brandon Town Hall. The Point
CounterPoint Chamber Players give a beneft
performance for Friends of the Town Hall,
playing Ravel’s Duo for Violin and Cello,
Turina’s Oracion del Torero and Ravel’s
Quatuor. Proceeds beneft the town hall.
Garrison Ghost Tour at Fort Ticonderoga.
Friday, Aug. 12, dusk. Explore Fort Ti’s
unexplained past as a guide walks you through
areas of the fort where staff and visitors have
reports strange phenomena. Cost $35 per
person. Reservations required. Info: 518-585-
2821.
Addison County Fair and Field
Days in New Haven. Saturday, Aug.
13, 1790 Field Days Rd., New Haven.
Vermont’s largest agricultural fair celebrates its
63rd year. See website for schedule of events:
www.addisoncountyfelddays.com.
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, Aug. 13,
6-8 p.m., 51 Main. Sarah Pieplow’s voice, with
its three-octave range, lends itself to quiet folk
contemplation, shocking soul and raw punk
sounds. Samples at www.sarahlouisepieplow.
com. Info: www.51main.com.
“By the Light of the Silvery Moon” in
Hubbardton. Saturday, Aug. 13, 8-10 p.m.,
Hubbardton Battlefeld State Historic Site.
The Green Mountain Alliance of Amateur
Astronomers bring their telescopes and reveal
the magic of the moonlight in Vermont. Bring
binoculars, telescopes, blankets and fashlights.
They’ll provide the marshmallows. Call ahead
to make sure program is on. Alternate date:
Aug. 14. Info: http://www.historicvermont.org/
hubbardton or (802) 273-2282.
Garrison Ghost Tour at Fort Ticonderoga.
Saturday, Aug. 13, dusk. Explore Fort Ti’s
unexplained past as a guide walks you through
areas of the fort where staff and visitors have
reports strange phenomena. Cost $35 per
person. Reservations required. Info: 518-585-
2821.
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, Aug. 13, 9
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. The Amida Bourbon
Project features singer/songwriter Aya Inoue
on rhythm guitar and vocals and Matt Harpster
on lead guitar, with an ever-evolving cast of
characters on instruments, playing Americana
and folk. Info: www.51main.com.
Pie and Ice Cream Social in
Ferrisburgh. Sunday, Aug. 14,
1-4 p.m., Rokeby Museum. Annual
extravaganza of homemade pie and ice cream,
with the music of the Vergennes City Band.
Proceeds beneft the museum. Ìnfo: 877-3406
or www.rokeby.org.
Bennington Battle Day in
Vermont. Tuesday, Aug. 16,
throughout Vermont. Free admission
to all Vermont State Historic Sites, to honor
Bennington Battle Day.
Blues jam in Middlebury.
Wednesday, Aug. 17, 8-10 p.m., 51
Main. Dennis Willmott from Left Eye
Jump will provide lead guitar, bass and drums
if you need backup, or will take a break and let
you play. Bring your instrument and get ready
to jam. Info: www.go51main.com.
“It Came From Outer Space”
screening in Middlebury. Thursday,
Aug. 18, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theater.
Part of Middlebury's summer sci-f flm series,
“Close Encounters on Merchants Row.” Tickets
$3, available at the door.
Live music in Middlebury. Thursday, Aug. 18,
8-10 p.m., 51 Main. Jane Boxall plays marimba
ragtime — xylophone/marimba music of the
1920s and ’30s — on her vintage 1926 Deagan
“xylorimba.” Info: www.go51main.com.
Live music in Middlebury. Friday,
Aug. 19, 9 p.m.-midnight, 51 Main.
Prana transcends genres with “rock
’n soul” and funk-driven jams. Info: www.
go51main.com.
Two-day town-wide yard sale in
Bridport. Saturday, Aug. 20, 9 a.m.-4
p.m., Bridport. Continues Aug. 21.
Foray for Fungi program in Orwell. Saturday,
Aug. 20, 9:30 a.m., Mount Independence
State Historic Site. Mycologist Sue Van Hook
leads a daylong workshop on foraging for
mushrooms, what to look for, what’s safe, and
what’s not. Fee. Pre-registration required: email
mountindependence@HistoricVermont.org or
call 948-2000/
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, Aug. 20, 9
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. The Jonathan Lorentz
Trio combines jazz, blues and the avant-garde.
Info: www.go51main.com.
Two-day town-wide yard sale in
Bridport. Sunday, Aug. 21, 9 a.m.-4
p.m., throughout Bridport.
Cemetery history tour in Hubbardton. Sunday,
Aug. 21, 1 p.m., meet at the Hubbardton
Battlefeld Visitor Center. A Hubbardton resident
from 1775 in period costume “comes to life” to
host a visit to the East Hubbardton Cemetery
and introduce visitors to the settlers who lived
in the area, in the path of the Revolutionary
War. Rain or shine. Info: www.historicvermont.
org/hubbardton or (802) 273-2282.
Live music in Middlebury.
Thursday, Aug. 25, 8-10 p.m., 51
Main. PossumHaw brings energized,
original, authentic bluegrass/folk to the stage.
Music described by the Burlington Free Press
as “a slice of Appalachia on the shores of Lake
Champlain.” Info: www.go51main.com.
Movie in the park in Bristol. Thursday, Aug. 25,
dusk, town green. “The Wizard of Oz.” Come in
costume! Free outdoor movie on a large screen.
Popcorn and refreshments on sale, provided by
the Hub Teen Center. Bring a blanket. Movies
are shown most Thursday evenings through
Aug. 25. Info: www.bristolrec.org.
Street dance in Vergennes. Friday,
Aug. 26, 7-11 p.m., Vergennes City
Park. The Hitmen provide the music
for the fourth annual Vergennes Day Kick-Off
Street Dance. Donations accepted. Info: 388-
7951, ext. 1 or www.vergennesday.com.
“The Last Can-Can” dance performance in
Middlebury. Friday, Aug. 26, 8 p.m., Town
Hall Theater. Patty Smith recreates a signature
piece recounting a hilarious day in the life of a
dancer. Tickets $15, available at the THT box
offce, 382-9222 or www.townhalltheater.org.
Garrison Ghost Tour at Fort Ticonderoga. Friday,
Aug. 26, dusk. Explore Fort Ti’s unexplained
past as a guide walks you through areas of the
fort where staff and visitors have reports strange
phenomena. Cost $35 per person. Reservations
required. Info: 518-585-2821.
Live music in Middlebury. Friday, Aug. 26,
9 p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. Jenni Johnson &
Friends play an evening of jazz and blues. Info:
www.go51main.com.
Vergennes Day. Saturday, Aug. 27,
10 a.m.-4 p.m., Vergennes City Park.
A full day of family fun, including a pancake
breakfast, Little City 5K Walk and 10K Race,
80-plus crafters/vendors, horse-drawn wagon
rides, bandstand music, chicken BBQ, children’s
venues, face painting, games, car show, rubber
duckie race, radio-controlled airplanes and more.
Free shuttle to fve venues. Ìnfo: 388-7951, ext 1,
or www.vergennesday.com.
“Middlebury’s Got Talent” in Middlebury.
Saturday, Aug. 27, 8 p.m., Town Hall Theater.
Talented local performers put on a show,
with Chuck Miller fronting a terrifc band.
Also showing Aug. 28. Tickets $10, available
at the THT box offce, 382-9222 or www.
townhalltheater.org.
Star Light, Star Bright Star Night program in
Hubbardton. Saturday, Aug. 27, 8-10 p.m.,
Hubbardton Battlefeld State Historic Site. The
annual deep sky show stars the constellations,
planets, meteor showers and satellites.
Experienced stargazers show you what to look
for. They provide the marshmallows. Call ahead
to make sure program is on; rain date Aug. 28.
Info: www.historicvermont.org/hubbardton or
(802) 273-2282.
Garrison Ghost Tour at Fort Ticonderoga.
Saturday, Aug. 27, dusk. Explore Fort Ti’s
unexplained past as a guide walks you through
areas of the fort where staff and visitors have
reports strange phenomena. Cost $35 per person.
Reservations required. Info: 518-585-2821.
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, Aug. 27, 9
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. J. Rumney is the music
of Julian R. DeFelice, an indie songwriter, singer
and musician from Vermont. Info: www.go51main.
com.
“Middlebury’s Got Talent” in
Middlebury. Sunday, Aug. 28, 2
p.m., Town Hall Theater. Talented local
performers put on a show, with Chuck Miller
fronting a terrifc band. Also showing Aug. 28.
Tickets $10, available at the THT box offce,
382-9222 or www.townhalltheater.org.
Branbury Classic Triathlon in Salisbury. Sunday,
Aug. 28, 8 a.m., Branbury State Park. A “Best
of the U.S.¨ qualifer for Vermont. A 0.9-mile
swim, 28-mile bike, 6.2-mile run. Limited to 400
entrants. Info: www.rushtonsports.com.
“Close Encounters of the Third
Kind” screening in Middlebury.
Thursday, Sept. 1, 7 p.m., Town Hall
Theater. Part of Middlebury's summer sci-f flm
series, “Close Encounters on Merchants Row.”
Tickets $3, available at the door.
Live music in Middlebury. Thursday, Sept. 1, 8-10
p.m., 51 Main. Rick Hawley’s jazz stylings range
from Cole Porter to Lennon and McCartney,
favoring memorable themes from great stage
musicals and flms. Ìnfo: www.go51main.com.
Summer concert series in
Brandon. Friday, Sept. 2, 6:30 p.m.,
Central Park. The Feral Godmothers
deliver an eclectic blend of folk rock, electric
blues and “avant-garage.” Info: 247-6401.
Live music in Middlebury. Friday, Sept. 2, 9 p.m.-
midnight, 51 Main. The Justin Perdue Quartet
explores the interplay of Perdue’s modal jazz
fights with the post-bop virtuosity of pianist
Andrew Moroz, with the grooves of bassist
Jeremy Harlos and percussionist Travis Shores.
Info: www.go51main.com.
Revolutionary War history talk
in Orwell. Saturday, Sept. 3, 2 p.m.,
Mount Independence State Historic
Site. Historian Paul Andriscin presents “An
Investigation Into the Revolutionary Mind: What
Were You Thinking, Jeduthan Baldwin?” in which
he interviews Chief Engineer Col. Jeduthan
Baldwin and a common soldier to learn what it
was like to plan and build the extensive Mount
Ìndependence fortifcation 235 years ago. Ìnfo:
www.historicvermont.org/mountindependence
or 948-2000.
Live music in Middlebury. Saturday, Sept. 3, 9
p.m.-midnight, 51 Main. They Might Be Gypsies,
the father/son duo of Greg and Aidan Ryan, draw
from infuences ranging from folk, jazz, bluegrass
and world music. Info: www.go51main.com.
Hike into History in Orwell. Sunday,
Sept. 4, 2 p.m., Mount Independence
State Historic Site. Archaeologist Allen
Hathaway leads a guided walk on the trails of the
Mount, focusing on what was built in — and what
remains from — 1776. Wear sturdy shoes and
dress for the weather. Info: mountindependence@
HistoricVermont.org or 948-2000.
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THE MORGAN HORSE Farm, in an idyllic
Weybridge setting, provides visitors with a
behind-the-scenes look at the UVM facility’s
grounds and historic barn.
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(See Lakes, Page 11B)
By ANDREW STEIN
ADDISON COUNTY — When it comes to
swimming and fshing in Addison County. cre-
ative vacationers can fnd plenty oI alternatives
to Lake Champlain this summer. The region oI-
Iers a plethora oI Iresh water respites Irom the
scorching hot sun.
The warm waters oI Lake Winona (which the
locals all know as Bristol Pond) and Monkton
Pond (also known as Cedar Lake) are Iamous Ior
their sizable large mouth bass and huge northern
pike.
'It`s not uncommon to catch 40-inch pike in
those two spots.¨ said veteran fsherman JeII
Giknis. 27. oI Middlebury. who has grown up
fshing the waters oI Addison County.
To get to Bristol Pond Irom down-
town Bristol. head north on
North Street. It turns into
Monkton Road and then
turns into Bristol Road aI-
ter about 2.9 miles. Hang a
right on Mountain Road and make another right
on Bristol Pond Road aIter traveling about 0.4
miles. Once you`ve made it this Iar. iust Iollow
Bristol Pond Road to the lakeside.
To get to Monkton Pond Irom Bristol. continue
heading north on Bristol Road past Mountain Road
Ior about fve more miles. Take a sharp 45-degree
leIt turn on Monkton Road. heading southwest.
and continue Ior 1.2 miles. At Pond Road take a
right and Iollow it to the boat launch site. From
Vergennes.
head east on
Monkton Road
about seven miles.
Monkton Pond will
be on your leIt.
As the summer sets
in. boaters should beware oI
thick milIoil in these two ponds.
'Because oI the weeds iI you have a
kayak or canoe. you`ll probably be even more
productive (than using motor boats) in these
two fshing spots.¨ said Giknis.
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LAKE DUNMORE AND SILVER LAKE
One of the bigger bodies of fresh water in
Addison County is Lake Dunmore, which
boasts many places Ior fshing trout.
salmon. pike. bass. and other species oI fsh
can be Iound and several spots to swim.
One of the most popular is Branbury State
Park on the eastern shore oII Route 53. For a
small Iee visitors can swim and picnic. There
are also campsites (call ahead to reserve them)
and some small craIt rentals.
A bigger campground. called Kampersville.
is at the north end oI the lake. It oIIers swimming
and boat rentals, plus the broad range of
activities oI a typical commercial campground
designed Ior Iun Iamily vacations.
For a diIIerent taste oI Ireshwater Iun.
Leicester`s Silver Lake provides a bit oI
solitude, accessible by a trail that picks up
off of Route 53 near the entrance to Branbury
State Park and Lake Dunmore. Silver Lake
is a pristine body of water, situated at an
elevation oI 850 Ieet. It requires a little hike
from swimmers, campers and those interested
in fshing at this spot. There are 15 campsites
scattered around the edge of the lake, and
camping around the lake is Iree and on a frst-
come. frst-served basis. Fishing Irom the side
isn’t the best here due to shallow waters near
the shore and hauling a boat more than a mile
up the trail might not be the most appealing
option.
'II you have a foat tube. that`s probably the
best way to do it.¨ said Giknis.
You can get to Silver Lake in the Green
Mountain National Forest Irom Middlebury in
at least two ways. One is to drive south Irom
Middlebury on Route 7 to Route 53/Lake
Dunmore Road and take a leIt. Travel on this
road past Kampersville and the creemee stand
to the east side of the lake and park off the
road iust past the entrance to Branbury. On the
east side oI the road will be a relatively well-
marked trail up to Silver Lake.
II you want to hike down to the lake Irom
above. then head south Irom Middlebury on
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Lakes
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(See Silver Lake, 12B)
MANY AREA LAKES, ponds and rivers provide exceIIent ñshing opportunities for young
and old alike.
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PAGE 12B — A Special Publication of The Addison Independent, Summer, 2011
Route 7 but take a left sooner onto Route 125
toward Ripton. Travel east on Route 125 for
6.8 miles from Route 7, and turn right onto
Goshen Road/Forest Road 32. Follow this road
for 6.8 miles, and turn right onto Silver Lake
Road. Follow Silver Lake Road 2.2 miles to
the parking lot at the end. It is generally safer
to park a car here than on Route 53, but lock
your doors and don’t leave valuables in either
case.
More information on recreation opportunities
and other access points for Silver Lake are on
the U.S. Forest Service website.
PLEAID AND SUNSET LAKES
Not far away is Lake Pleiad — at 2,150
feet above sea level, one of the highest lakes
in Vermont. This hidden gem, surrounded by
Green Mountain National Forest in the town of
Hancock, is a popular stop-off point for hikers
on the Long Trail. Accessible from a trailhead
marked by an obvious pull-off on Route 125
at the top of the Middlebury Gap — located
on the right side of the road heading east just
after the Middlebury Snow Bowl — Pleiad is
a beautiIul place to KHDGIRU swimmingDQG
fshinJ
On the southern edge of Addison County
are Orwell’s twin Sunset and Sunrise lakes,
which are well-known fshing and swimming
destinations. The lakes are famous among the
Vermont freshwater scuba diving community,
with several divers spotting monster catfsh in
recent years.
To access the lakes and their many
surrounding ponds, take Route 22A to Orwell,
head east on Route 73 out of Orwell village
and turn right onto Raymond Hill Road.
Follow this road for about 1.5 miles and take
a sharp left on Martin Hill Road. After about
half a mile turn right onto Sunset Lake Road
and follow it to the lakes.
Addison County is a treasure trove of
great fshing. swimming and camping spots.
To discover more, you’ll have to set out on
your own adventures. And don’t forget — a
Vermont fshing license is required.
Silver Lake
(Continued from Page 11B)
Area Dining Guide
(See Dining Guide, Page 17B)
· AMERICAN FLATBREAD Gather
at our hearth; enjoy the magic & movement
oI our team baking each fatbread to order in
this open kitchen setting. We keep our menu
simple and put all our eIIorts into the quality
and integrity of our food. We cook with the
fnest ingredients available. Irom the imported
Grana Padano Parmesan sprinkled on top of
each Flatbread, to the seasonal organic veggies
we source from local farms. Guests can
choose salads. fatbreads. and desserts Irom
our menu or check out the Chef’s Seasonal
Specials that evening. Whether you bring the
whole gang for a relaxed, family-style feast or
come with your favorite person for an intimate
candlelit dinner, we’ll be happy to have you
here. Tuesday – Saturday, 5-9pm. Marble
Works, Middlebury 388-3300.
· THE ~NO¨ BRIDGE RESTAURANT
We’ve jokingly renamed ourselves the “No”
Bridge Restaurant because of the demise of
the Champlain Bridge. The bridge may be
gone but we’re not! We’re still here serving
traditional Vermont fare-from homemade
soups to hot turkey sandwiches, our famous
chicken and biscuits plus burgers, irresistible
homemade desserts and much more! Come
watch the ferry cross Lake Champlain and
see the new bridge being built as you enjoy
breakfast, lunch or dinner. Open 6 days a
week 6:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m., Fridays and
Saturday ‘til 9 p.m. Closed Tuesdays. Located
at the junction of Rte. 125 and 17W in West
Addison. 759-2152
· CAFÉ PROVENCE Let your senses
guide you to traditional French cuisine in
unhurried, unspoiled Brandon, Vt. Chef
Robert Barral will please your palate with
his classic and inventive dishes. Visit www.
cafeprovencevt.com for current menus,
cooking class schedules and catering
information.
Don’t forget to stop in at Gourmet Provence
at 37 Center St. for great pastries, breads,
wines and specialty items.
Café Provence is located at 11 Center St. in
Brandon. Open Tuesday-Friday, late October
through early May, then seven days: lunch 11
a.m.-2 p.m.; bistro menu 3-4:30 p.m.; dinner
5-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: brunch 9 a.m.-
3 p.m.; bistro menu 3-4:30 p.m.; dinner 5-9
p.m. Reservations are recommended for large
and small groups. 247-9997.
· COSTELLO`S MARKET For gourmet
lunches and dinners to go, Costello’s Market
can’t be beat! Amazing sandwiches, salads,
and the freshest seafood dishes. Costello’s
is a top notch fsh market. receiving daily
deliveries. Plus they offer a great selection of
authenic Italian specialty items: San Marzano
tomatoes, Illy coffee, pastas, meats, cheeses,
olive oils and fabulous domestic and imported
wines to accompany your meal. Open Tuesday
through Saturday at 10 a.m., Costello’s is
“Where the Best Meals Begin!”
Marble
Works, Middlebury 388-3385
· 51 MAIN This European-style café/
restaurant features international cuisine
and offers specialty drinks, coffees and teas,
reasonably priced wines by the glass, single
malts, well drinks and mouth-watering
desserts.
Stop by our Main Street location in
downtown Middlebury and check out the art on
display, listen to live music Thursday through
Saturday, and enjoy a relaxed, unforgettable
meal. We feature an eclectic menu in a relaxed,
cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11
THE 1902 ICE
yacht “Storm King”
is the centerpiece
of the Hazelett
Watercraft Center at
the Lake Champlain
Maritime Museum in
Ferrisburgh, which
opened in 2010.
Independent ñIe photo/
Trent Campbell
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5371 Route 7, N. Ferrisburgh ¥ 1/4 mile south of Dakin Farm ¥ 802.877.6316 ¥ www.starrynightcafe.com
Open for dinner
Wednesday - Sunday
Call for reservations:
(802) 877-6316
Menu Sampling
APPETIZER
Chilled Green Grape Gazpacho with Mint Yogurt and
Spiced Almonds $9.50
Steak Tartare with Pickled Apricots, O-Bread Crostini and
VT Blythedale Camembert Cheese $10.00
Grilled Sea Scallops with Ginger Peach Glacier Soup and
Smoke Scented Crispy Chick Peas $11.00
SALAD
Long Wind Farm Tomato Salad with Basil Chiffonade, Red Wine
Pickled Onions and Warmed VT Goat Cheese $9.50
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Seeds, Champlain Valley Triple Cream,Mixed Greens, and a
Lemon Cilantro Vinaigrette $9.50
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Grilled Pork Loin with Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes, Wilted Greens and
Bourbon Caramelized Peaches $21.00
Grilled Black Angus NY Strip Steak with Summer Vegetable Ratatouille,
Wilted Greens, Red Wine Sauce, and Chilled Maine Lobster Salad $28.00
Seafood Bourride of Tilapia, Mussels, Clams, Scallops, and Shrimp with
Leeks, Fennel, and Finished with Citrus Saffron Aïoli and
Grilled O-Bread Crostini $24.00
VT Goat Cheese and Fava Bean Filled Porcini Ravioli with Grilled Asparagus
and Roasted Tomato Broth $19.00
Seared Organic Scottish Salmon with Mint Lime Couscous, Vanilla Apricot
Sauce, Wilted Greens, and Bing Cherry Salsa $24.00
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a.m. to late. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to
3:30 p.m.; full dinner menu begins at 5 p.m.
For more information visit www.go51main.
com or call 388-8209.
· FIRE & ICE RESTAURANT AND
PUB This is a “must see” for visitors and a
longtime local favorite. Menu: from burgers
to slow roasted prime rib and Maine lobsters.
Daily chef’s specials. Huge salad ballroom
with shrimp on the salad bar! Stunning
atmosphere — romantic nooks and crannies,
freplace lobby. private rooms with theme
decors (College, Tea, Library, Lake, Copper
Dome, etc.). There is a lot to see: antique boats,
skis, hundreds of black and white photos,
clocks, books and much more. Children’s
menu with VCR theater. The Big Moose Pub
— at the back door, 800 lb. moose, sports on
TVs, darts, Happy Hour daily. Dinner every
evening; weekend lunches Friday, Saturday
and Sunday. 26 Seymour St., one block
off Route 7, and only a short walk from the
village green, Middlebury. 388-7166. www.
freandicerestaurant.com.
· GREEN-GO`S BURRITOS is
Middlebury’s only mobile food service
operation, serving up tasty breakfast and lunch
burritos Monday through Saturday. Green-
Go’s offers a hearty breakfast burrito, chicken,
beef or black bean burrito with your choice
of veggies and sauces to build your own
specialized breakfast or lunch experience!
Served with a genuine smile at a reasonable
price, Green-Go’s really gives you more bang
for your buck! 349-5931. See our ad on Page
18B.
· 1ESSICA`S AT SWIFT HOUSE INN
Dining at Jessica’s brings friends and family
together in a casual setting guaranteed to
summon warm memories. Jessica’s culinary
team infuses the character of the countryside
into the best of locally produced ingredients as
part of the Vermont Fresh Network. Whether
you are looking for a casual evening dinner
or celebrating a special occasion, we will
take care of you. 2010 Wine Spectator Award
winner. Outdoor dining on the deck.
Located at 25 Stewart Lane in Middlebury,
Jessica’s is open Wednesday through Sunday
night, with seating from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Reservations are suggested by calling 388-
9925.
· MAGIC WOK Enjoy authentic Chinese
and Thai cuisine as well as cuisine from
Singapore and Malaysia cooked to order
using all fresh ingredients and no MSG. Menu
items include poultry, pork, beef, seafood,
vegetarian choices and a large variety of Asian
noodles. Great lunch specials and Chef’s
Dinner Specialties. Affordable, relaxed dining.
Mon.-Thurs. 11:00 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat.
11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Sun. noon-9:30 p.m.
Located at 1499 Route 7 South, 2 miles from
downtown in Middlebury. 802-388-0339.
www.magicwokvt.com.
· MARY`S AT BALDWIN CREEK
Celebrating the seasonal foods of Vermont
for over 20 years, Mary’s Restaurant and
the Inn at Baldwin Creek offer a unique
combination oI lodging and fne dining.
Imaginative cuisine paired with cozy overnight
accommodations. The Iood refects CheI Doug
Mack’s commitment to family farms and local
producers. Specialties such as cream of garlic
soup, Maine crabmeat cakes with a key lime
coconut sauce, Vermont venison with wild
mushrooms, and potato crusted Maine salmon
with garlic butter led “Fodor’s New England
Travel Guide” to proclaim Mary’s “the most
inspired dining in the state.”
Serving dinner Wednesday through Saturday
from 5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 4 p.m. Fine
wines and full bar with bar menu. Located
on Route 116, 3 miles north of the village of
Bristol. For reservations call 453-2432.
· MISTER UP`S Down by the riverside —
for lunch, dinner and after. Classy but casual.
Superbly prepared entrees: charbroiled meats,
Iresh fsh and seaIood. pastas. Salad bar. Large
selection of sandwiches. Daily specials. Sunday
brunch, 11 a.m. Summer terrace overlooking
Otter Creek. Open Monday-Thursday, 11:30
a.m.-midnight; Friday and Saturday, 11:30 a.m.-
1 a.m; Sunday, 11 a.m.-midnight. Bakery
Lane, Middlebury, VT 05753. 388-6724.
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Tuesday - Thursday 10-8
Friday - Sunday 10-8:30
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Area Dining Guide
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Open at 5p.m. Mon-Thurs, at noon Fri. & Sat., and 1 p.m. on Sun.
F & I
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· Famous PuPu Platter
· Burgers & Prime Rib
Sandwiches
· Vegetarian Entrees
· Live Lobster
· Double Dipped Buffalo Wings

Fun, casual dining in the pub,
where it’s always
Moose Season!
Fire and Ice RESTAUNT
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Great Iood and Legal Vice
Prime Rib · Steaks
Seafood · SaIad Bar
Full Bar & Air Conditioning
6 TV’s in our pub!
green-go’s burritos
on the terrace overlooking the falls in
Frog Hollow Alley
Downtown Middlebury, VT
Open Monday thru Saturday
for breakfast and lunch
Dinner hours Thursday thru Saturday.
Open each day till we sell out, so come
down early, or call ahead
802-349-5932
Find us on facebook (green-Go’s burriotos)
and twitter (@greengosburrito)
Authentic Indian Cuisine
~ Reasonably Priced ~
Featuring over 100 items from which to choose
Open 7 Days: Lunch 11:30-2:30
Dinner: Sun-Thurs 4:30-9:30 p.m.
Fri & Sat 4:30-10p.m.
Sunday Brunch Buffet 11:30-2:30
802-388-4856
1 Bakery Lane, Middlebury
(turn next to the Ben Franklin store) Take Out Available
Our dining room
offers a beautiful
view of
Middlebury’s
Otter Creek
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Area Dining Guide
‡ 1221,( '(/, The “Best Sandwich in
Town.” Generous sandwiches made to order
on our homemade bread. Fresh baked goodies,
soups, salads and quiche daily. Plenty of seating
or take-out. Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 8
p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 11
a.m. to 7 p.m. We also deliver. Marble Works,
Middlebury. 388-0014.
‡ 48,&. &+() offers fast freshly
prepared food at numerous locations
throughout Vermont. Choose from hearty
breakfast sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, wraps
and fresh salads. We’re quick, easy, delicious
and affordable! Serving 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Check us
out in the Addison County area at Maplefeld`s.
42 West St.. Bristol. Maplefeld`s at the Fair
Haven Travel Center and the Shoreham
Service Center, Rte. 22A, Shoreham.
‡ 5$08172¶6 ± Unbelievably great
pizza! Whole or by the slice. Our slice case
features a variety of Sicilian and New York
Style pizza so diners can mix ’n match from
our huge selection of toppings. Our popular
eight veggie Primavera pie showcases slow-
roasted eggplant and caramelized onions, or
try one of our special pizzas of the month!
Open daily. 21 MacIntyre Lane, Middlebury
388-7755.
‡ 67$55<1,*+7&$)eBeing situated
halfway between Burlington and Middlebury
fts this unique. well-loved restaurant. The
food is essentially American with a focus on
Ireshness. simplicity and balance oI favor.
Our philosophy supports local farmers and
producers and strives to promote healthy
eating. The consistent quality of our food
and service is evidenced by our large regular
customer base, and the atmosphere remains
warm, inviting and vivacious. The menu
changes frequently with nightly additions.
Patio seating is available during the warmer
months, and live music is a monthly treat.
Eclectic wine list, fun cocktails — serving
dinner fve nights a week. Wednesday through
Sunday, 5:30-9 p.m. 5371 Route 7, North
Ferrisburgh. Call (802) 877-6316 or visit
www.starrynightcafe.com.
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Authentic Indian cuisine. Menu features over
100 items including appetizers, homemade
breads, soups, tandoori dishes, curries and
desserts. Dining room overlooks Otter Creek.
Open 7 days. Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Dinner: Sunday-Thurs, 4:30-9:30 p.m.; Friday
and Saturday, 4:30-10 p.m.; Sunday brunch
buffet, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 1 Bakery Lane,
Middlebury (802) 388-4856.
· 72857(5(//( At Tourterelle, the
fusion of classic French dishes made with local
Vermont products delivers distinctive favors
to the Champlain Valley. Whether you’re in
the mood for a burger and beer at the bar or a
romantic dinner for two featuring traditional
French dishes with modern twists, Tourterelle
has what you’re looking for. Tourterelle also
caters and is a beautiful wedding venue for a
ceremony and reception. Tourterelle, located
in New Haven, is open for dinner Wednesday
to Saturday, from 5:30 to 9 p.m., and for
brunch Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call us
at (802) 453-6309 or visit www.tourterellevt.
com today.
‡ :$<%85< ,11 Our Pine Room
Ieatures the region`s best steaks. Iresh fsh.
seafood and vegetarian entrees, and offers
seasonal porch dining overlooking the west
lawn and gardens. Order from the best of
California, New Zealand and Australian
wines. Casual fare available in our rustic pub.
Fish and chips, great pastas, great burgers and
venison shank lead the list of pub classics.
Enioy a wood fre in winter and the outdoor
terrace in summer and fall. Route 125, East
Middlebury. Call 388-4015 or visit www.
wayburyinn.com.
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Lunch Menu Sampler
Poutine $ 7
Frites, brown ale gravy and cheddar cheese curds
Romaine heart Caesar sa|ad $ 9 º 1/2 $ 5
Garlic croutons and shaved Clothbound Cheddar Cheese
Add grilled Misty Knoll Farm chicken $3
Fresh Whole Wheat Tagliatelle $9
Housemade Misty Knoll chicken
sausage, basil pesto, sun gold tomatoes
Penne & Pancetta $ 9
2 year Shelburne Farms Cheddar, house-cured pancetta,
sage, asparagus, and toasted bread crumbs
Smoked Salmon Crepe $ 7
Cucumber, baby greens and a dill crème fraiche
Gri||ed ye||ow ñn Tuna $11
Cannellini beans, avocado, salsa verde
Veggie Pattice $ 6
Curried vegetable turnover, mango chutney & baby greens
Fresh Handmade Pasta $9
Made with locally sourced ingredients. Changes daily
Duclos & Thompson Farm Burger $ 9
Grass-fed Weybridge beef with garlic aioli
Add Shelburne Farms 2-year cheddar
or VT Boucher blue for $1.50
Misty Knoll Farm Free Range Turkey Burger $ 9
Balsamic onion marmalade and Taylor Farm smoked gouda
Grilled Portabella Burger $ 9
Marinated roasted red peppers & rosemary aioli
Lunch served 11a.m.-3:30p.m.
Live Music
388-8209 º For comp|ete events |isting visit www.go51Main.com
Lunch Chef Ethan Chamberlain
makes the whole wheat
Tagliatelle from scratch.
Head Chef Starrin Ricupero creates his
Brazilian Shrimp Stew with the freshest
ingredients available.
51 Main 5treet
Middlebury, VT
The perfect place to meet, talk
and enjoy time spent together
Tues. & Wed. 11a.m.- Midnight
Thurs. - Sat. 11a.m. - 1 a.m.
Dinner Menu Sampler
Appetizers
Thai Tiger Spring Rolls $7 Black tiger shrimp, snow crab, cream cheese with a citrus chili sauce
Poutine $ 7
Frites with brown ale gravy and cheddar cheese curds
5hrimp sm| $6 or |ge $12 Sautéed with chili and garlic-served with toasted baguette
Entrees
Musse|s and Frites 1/2 |b. $7.50 1|b. $14
Prince Edward Island mussels and frites with your choice
of chorizo sausage and red wine or garlic & white wine
Cheese P|atter sm| $ 8.95 or |ge $15.95 Assorted local and imported cheese mixed
olives and crostini
Tapas P|atter $14.95 grilled North Country chorizo and chicken, basil and
sun-dried tomato sausage with Spanish almonds, pinchos,
toasted pita points, and chimichurri sauce
Bunny Chow $7
Authenic South African vegetarian bean curry served in a house-baked bread bowl
Chiang Mai Curry Nood|es $9.50 with Thai meatballs garnished with cilantro, fried shallots and pickled cabbage
Brazilian Shrimp Stew A delicate combination of tomatoes and coconut served with Brazilian-style rice
Full Dinner Menu available 5pm
Full Bar
Try a “Summertini!”
Duclos & Thompson Farm Burger.
Even the roll is homemade!
The Mezze Platter comes with roasted red
pepper hummus, fresh vegetables, spanakopita,
marinated feta, and olives
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Tasty, fresh,
food, fast!
Serving
from
6am - 9pm
Lunch Dinner
Pasta with Marinara..........4.09............5.49
Meatball Parmigian...........4.59............6.29
Chicken Parmigian...........4.59............6.29
Sausage Parmigian............4.59............6.29
Dinner
Garden Salad........................................3.99
w/Chicken or Tuna..................4.99
Chef Salad............................................5.69
Antipasto Salad.....................................5.39
Small Large
Ham..................................4.59...........5.99
Veggie................................3.49...........4.29
Turkey................................4.39...........5.89
Turkey Bacon.....................5.29...........6.49
Roast Beef..........................4.39...........5.89
Salami................................4.29...........5.79
Pepperoni..........................4.29...........5.79
Tuna Salad.........................4.49...........5.99
Chicken Salad....................4.49...........5.99
Egg Salad...........................3.99...........5.29
Italian................................4.79...........6.29
With Salami, Pepperoni and Ham
Above sandwiches served with lettuce, tomato,
onion pickle, and your choice of Swiss, American,
Provolone or Cheddar cheeses.
Extra Veggies.......................50..............75
Extra Cheese.......................75............1.00
Extra Meat........................1.00............1.50
Turkey..................................................5.29
Turkey Bacon.......................................6.49
Ham.....................................................5.29
Roast Beef............................................5.29
Tuna Salad...........................................5.29
Chicken Salad......................................5.29
Chicken Bacon Ranch..........................6.49
Steak and Cheese.................................6.49
Veggie..................................................4.99
Choice of Wheat and White wraps.
Slice.....................................................2.19
16” Cheese.........................................10.95
1 Topping...........................................11.95
2 Toppings.........................................12.95
Extra Toppings.....................................1.00
Toppings include: Bacon, Sausage,
Hamburger, Ham, Pepperoni, Green Peppers,
Onions, Banana Peppers, Olives, Mushrooms,
Meatballs, Chicken, Pineapple
Pizza not available at Bristol location.
1/4 lb. Hamburger................................2.59
1/4 lb. Cheeseburger.............................2.79
1/4 lb. Bacon Cheesburger....................3.49
“Burger of the Day”...............................3.99
Choose
Quick Chef
for Breakfast,
Lunch and
Dinner
English Muffin Sandwich.....................2.19
Biscuit Sandwich..................................2.19
Croissant Sandwich..............................2.79
Bagel Sandwich....................................2.39
Served with American Cheese and your choice
of Canadian Bacon, Sausage, or Bacon
Small Large
Meatball Parmigian.............4.29...........5.99
Chicken Parmigian.............4.29...........5.99
Sausage Parmigian................................4.99
Sausage Sub.......................4.99............6.99
with/Green Peppers and Onions
B.L.T..................................3.79............5.29
Chicken Tender.................4.29............5.99
Steak & Cheese.................5.49............6.99
Chicken Cordon Blue........4.49............6.29
Choice of Mushrooms, Onions and Green Peppers.
Baked in the oven with Provolone and
Mozzarella Cheeses
Located at
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(802) 453-6066
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Rte. 22A, Shoreham
(802) 897-8585
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699 Rte 22A, Fair Haven
(802) 265-3009
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Classic Italian Sub- salami, tomato,
provolone, lettuce & seasoned olive oil
..................................Small $6.95 Large $7.95
De Pasquale’s Favorite – imported proscuitto
di Parma, provolone, tomato, lettuce &
seasoned olive oil
.................................Small $8.95 Large $10.50
The “Don Corleone” - oven baked sub with
cappicola provolone, roasted peppers &
onions, tomato............Small $6.95 Large $7.95
The Veggie - aged provolone, tomato,
romaine, onion, banana peppers, cucumbers
…………………………Small $6.25 Large $7.50
The “Don Barzini” - oven baked sub with
salami, roasted peppers & onions, tomato,
provolone....................Small $6.95 Large $7.95
The “Fredo” - veggie sub with fresh
mozzarella, romaine lettuce, tomato, onion &
seasoned olive oil........Small $6.25 Large $7.50
Baby Bella & Roasted Pepper Sub - oven
baked sub with fresh basil aioli, Vermont goat
cheese & arugula........Small $6.95 Large $7.95
Eggplant Caponanta & mozzarella Sub - oven
baked sub of Sicilian eggplant salad & fresh
mozzarella...................Small $6.95 Large $7.95
Mozzarella & Baby Bella Ciabatta - tomato
basil sauce, olives, spinach, mushrooms &
roasted cipolline..........................................$7.95
Turkey Sub – tomatoes, lettuce, mayo
....................................Small $6.95 Large $7.95
The Roma Sub -capicolla, provolone,
tomatoes, lettuce seasoned olive oil & banana
peppers.......................Small $6.95 Large $7.95
The “Sicilian”- oven baked sub with
homemade meat balls, marinara, Parmigiano
Reggiano & aged provolone
.....................................Smal $7.95 Large $8.95
The “Italian Stallion” - oven baked sub
with sweet sausage, roasted peppers, onion,
marinara sauce & provolone
....................................Small $7.95 Large $8.95
“Tutto Italiano” - all our fresh sliced Italian
meats, provolone, fresh mozzarella, lettuce,
tomato, banana peppers & onion
....................................Small $7.95 Large $9.50
The “Scarface” - based on the “Cuban
Sandwich” pulled pork, mustard, pickles,
cheddar cheese ,onion. Small $6.95 Large $7.95
Tonno & Salami Sub - Italian canned tuna &
salami, basil aioli, roasted peppers, arugula,
romaine & aged provolone
....................................Small $7.95 Large $9.50
Eggplant Parmesan Sub - oven baked sub
of breaded & fried eggplant w/tomato sauce,
provolone & parmesan cheese
.....................................Smal $6.95 Large $7.95
BBQ Chicken Sub - pulled chicken meat in
BBQ sauce..................Small $6.95 Large $7.95
“The Soprano” - proscuitto, mozzarella,
lettuce, tomato..........Small $8.95 Large $10.50
Pancetta & Capicola Sub…oven baked sub
with fresh mozzarella, seasoned olive oil,
tomato & romaine........Small $7.95 Large $9.50
Roast Beef & Provolone Sub…store roasted
beef with aged provolone, lettuce, tomato,onion
& horseradish mayo....Small $6.95 Large $7.95
DEEP FRIED DINNERS
Sea Scallops…........................................$16.95
Gulf Shrimp…........................................$14.95
Belly Clams.............................................$16.95
Calamari..................................................$11.95
Filet of Fish...............................................$7.95
Oysters....................................................$16.95
Fried dinners include fries & cole slaw
APPETIZERS /ANTIPASTI / SALADS
Clam Chowder…......................................$2.95
Seafood Gumbo…....................................$3.95
Caesar Salad….........................................$6.95
Mixed Garden Salad…..............................$6.95
Mediterranean Salad fresh greens, green
peppers, onion, cucumbers,mozzarella,
tomato, kalamata olives& feta cheese
dressing…..................................................$8.95
Scampi Shrimp Salad large shrimp in garlic,
lemon & olive oil over fresh greens, tomatoes
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Mussels Marinara…..................................$9.95
Antipasto Salad roasted peppers, grilled
portabella, salami, tuna, provolone, fresh
mozzarella, romaine, banana peppers,
olive oil balsamic viniagrette….................$10.95
Misto Verdue medley of roasted & marinated
vegetables with fresh herbs, olive oil &
balsamic…................................................$10.95
Vermont Goat Cheese, Eggplant
Caponata & Arugula…..........................$10.95
Crispy Calamari with fresh basil aioli.....$10.95
Toasted Garlic Bread with fresh tomato
& mozzarella …..........................................$5.95
PASTA
Cheese Lasagna…....................................$8.95
Cheese Ravioli…marinara sauce............ $8.95
Seafood Pasta…shrimp, scallops, calamari,
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Angel Hair Pasta & Marinara..........……..$6.95
add meatballs or sausage $4.00
Potato Gnocchi marinara sauce......…..…$7.95
add meatballs or sausage $4.00
Gnocchi, Portabellas & Peppers.............$9.95
Eggplant Parmesan & Pasta....................$8.95
Shrimp Scampi & Angel Hair............….$15.95
Mussels Marinara & Pasta.....................$10.95
Roasted Vegetables & Pasta medley of
roasted fresh veggies tossed with fresh
garlic,basil & lemon….…............................$9.95
Butter Browned Sea Scallops & Pasta...$17.95
MEAT ENTREES
Herbed Roasted Duck Leg - fennel & balsamic
cippolini onion glaze…..............................$12.95
Chicken Cacciatore - peppers, onions,
mushrooms in wine tomato sauce over
pasta….....................................................$12.95
Pork & Pappardelle - tender boneless pork in
a rich tomato sauce with mushrooms & peppers
over pappardelle pasta…...........................$9.95
Chicken Parmesan - over angel hair
pasta….......................................................$9.95
SEAFOOD SUBS AND DINNERS
Tuna Melt .....................................................$5.95
California Fish Taco ...................................$6.95
Salmon Patty Ciabatta ................................$7.95
Seafood Salad Sub Small .. $10.95 Large $12.95
Tuna Salad Sub Small ........... $5.95 Large $7.50
Fish & Chips ................................................$7.95
Blackened salmon sub ...............................$7.95
Fried Shrimp Po Boy ..................................$9.95
Fried Oyster Po Boy .................................$11.95
Fried Fish Filet Sandwich ..........................$6.95
Fried Scallops Dinner ...............................$16.95
Fried Calamari Dinner ..............................$11.95
Fried Oysters Dinner ................................$16.95
Fried Shrimp Dinner .................................$14.95
Fried dinners above served with cole slaw & fries
SALADS
Mixed garden Salad..................................$6.95
Caesar Salad ............................................$6.95
Chicken Caesar .......................................$8.95
Salmon Caesar.......................................$10.95
Shrimp Caesar .......................................$11.95
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celery & mayo, served on bed of fresh greens
with tomato & cucumber salad...................$8.95
Mediterranean Salad
fresh greens, green peppers, onion, cucumbers,
mozzarella cheese, tomato, kalamata olives &
feta cheese dressing…..............................$8.95
with chicken $10.95 with shrimp $12.95
Sicilian Salad
fresh greens, marinated roasted eggplant,
artichokes, olives, roasted peppers, mozzarella,
sun dried tomatoes, lemon & olive oil........$9.95
with tuna $10.95 with shrimp $12.95
Arugula goat cheese Salad
eggplant caponata, baby portabella, Vermont
goat cheese, romaine, roasted peppers, olive oil
balsamic vinaigrette…..............................$10.95
Seafood Salad
shrimp, & real lump crabmeat, celery, mayo
Served on bed of fresh greens, tomato &
cucumber salad….....................................$14.95
Antipasto Salad
roasted peppers, baby portabellas, salami, tuna,
provolone, fresh mozzarella, romaine, banana
peppers, olive oil, artichokes, balsamic....$10.95
388-3385
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APPETIZERS
Mister Up’s Famous Thumbs and Toes Don’t miss these yummy
nibblers! We toss these boneless chicken wings in one of our
signature sauces* and rush ‘em to your table with a side of celery
sticks - A full pound or a half pound
*Signature Sauces: Zesty Garlic, Original, “Hurt Me” Hot,
VT Maple BBQ, Sweet & Sassy, Teriyaki
Crock of Soup du Jour
French Onion Soup a hearty broth brimming with sweet onions
and crowned with a thick layer of Swiss cheese, also add salad bar
Custom Nachos You be the chef! Start with the basics... a big
pile of tortilla chips piled high with Monterey Jack & cheddar
cheese mix, jalapeños and salsa
Mozzarella Cheese Sticks We make ‘em from scratch, that’s
why they taste so good! We use premium, whole milk mozzarella,
lightly breaded and fash-fried. Offered with marinara sauce
BURGERS & SANDWICHES
Mix and Match Your choice of boneless marinated Chicken
Breast, 1/2 lb. Bison Burger, 1/2 lb. Beef Burger, or Veggie Patty
Cheese it Up’s Cabot cheddar, Swiss, or Cabot jalapeño cheddar
Rajun Cajun Fired up with Cajun spices, blackened and topped
with Cabot jalapeño cheddar
Mister Up’s Swiss and Onions
Vermont Cabot cheddar and bacon
Johnny “O” BBQ sauce, bacon and Cabot cheddar
Peanut Thai Wrap spicy peanut spread, grilled chicken, bacon,
tomatoes, Cabot cheddar cheese, and scallions rolled in a four
tortilla
Barnyard Twister Shaved smoked turkey, fresh greens, tomatoes
and house made cranberry mayo
Sanibel Seafood Melt A thick slice of French bread loaded with a
tantalizing seafood salad of lobster, crawfsh, snow crab and baby
shrimp. Trimmed with sliced tomatoes and a blanket of Swiss,
grilled ‘til melting
All sandwiches served with french fries. Mix and Match
dressed with lettuce, tomato, pickles and onion rings
PIZZA
Pepperoni Thinly sliced pepperoni and tomato sauce. We can
hold the meat if you prefer
Spinart & Shrooms Our delicious spinart dip, loads of fresh
mushrooms and mozzarella cheese
Pesto Classic Ìtalian favor... sweet basil pesto with tomatoes and
mozzarella cheese
ENTRÉES
Teriyaki Sirloin Our house made teriyaki marinade gives this
tender choice its great taste. Soy sauce, pineapple, ginger and
whole grain mustard. Great choice!
Pound o’ Ribs This generous rack of barbecue pork ribs is basted
with our Vermont maple barbecue sauce and cooked so slow the
chef almost falls asleep
Shrimp Scampi One of Mister Up's signature dishes. Enjoy fresh
Gulf shrimp in a rich garlic butter sauce, splashed with lemon juice
and dotted with bits of sundried tomatoes. Served over fettuccine.
Simply delicious
Chicken Marsala Chicken breast sauteed with mushrooms and
simmered in a traditional Marsala wine sauce. Served over fettuccine
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Classic Caesar: romaine lettuce,
parmesan, and croutons tossed
with housemade dressing
Entrée size with grilled chicken $10
with shrimp $12
Tomato carpaccio
and Vermont buffalo
mozzarella, finished with
basil-infused olive oil
SALADS
$5
$9
A selection of Vermont
farmhouse and artisanal
cheeses and seasonal fruits,
served with a warm
French baguette
Baked artichokes with a
creamy spinach stuffing
and served with garlic
crostini
Grilled beef tips set in
cognac peppercorn
cream
APPETIZERS
$11
$8
$9
ENTREES
Pan-seared duck breast,
complemented wuth a black
mission fig coulis, atop a bed of
sauted watercress.
$25
Misty Knoll statler chicken
breast, cast iron bronzed,
served with a tomato and
basil ragout
$18
Eight-ounces of local, grass fed
ground beef, topped with Cabot
cheddar on a rustic roll, served
with crispy fries or side salad
$12
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Classic Créme Brule - Rich
French custard with a
burnt sugar top.
ENTREES
Blue Point jumbo lump crab
cakes, pan fired, set in a roasted
garlic mornay sauce.
$18
Layered stack of grilled eggplant,
lorfabclla muslroom Spanisl
onion, fire roasted sweet bell
pepper, aand creamy fontina, set
in a basil pesto. $16
$6
Jessica’s is located in the historic Swift House Inn,
surrounded by four acres of lawns and gardens. The Inn offers
spacious rooms and the quintessential New England experience. Relax in our bar or on
the porch and enjoy Otter Creek draft beers, regional craft beers, or a glass of wine from
our Wine Spectator Award list. The new deck now offers an outside dining option!
Jessica’s at Swift House Inn is a beautifully appointed comfortable gathering place,
ideal for either a casual dinner or a special occasion. Enjoy an exceptional meal in
a relaxed atmosphere. The delectable menu ranges from creative
American f lavors to traditional Vermont favorites. Enjoy a hamburger
and salad or classic creative entrée in one of the three dining rooms
or on the deck or at the bar. Many products are supplied by local
growers, to ensure absolute freshness. As a proud member of the
Vermont Fresh Network, Chef Robert Fenn adds his spin to traditional
American favorites.
Elegant Lodging and
Casual Dining
Wednesday - Sunday, 5:30-9:00
Reservations Suggested
Come early and enjoy the
relaxed and intimate bar.
For reservations call 388-9925
Special Functions
Wedding,anniversary or festive
parties, we are here
to help your family celebrate
any occasion!
ENTREES
Veal piccata; veal scallopini sautéed
with shallots, capers and lemon
chardonnay sauce
$22
DESSERTS
Fourless Chocolate Cake -
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The best dine-in and takeout restaurant in Chinese and Thai Cuisine in Addison County!
We are located on Rt. 7 South, only 2 miles from downtown Middlebury!
We use fresh ingredients, no MSG and we are happy to accommodate special requests!
We serve a large variety of Chinese, Thai and Vegetarian dishes!
Specializing in catering, parties and all special occasions!
Appetizers
Crab Rangoon
Pu Pu Platter
Scallion Pancake
Teriyaki Chicken/Beef
Chef’s Noodle
Malaysia Chow Fun
Pad Thai
Spicy Anna Seafood Noodle Soup
Tom Yam Noodle Soup
Chef’s Specialties
Basil Triple Medley
House Crispy Duck
Massaman Chicken
Black Pepper Shrimp W. Scallops
Visit our website for full menu
www.magicwokvt.com
802-388-0339
1499 ROU7£ 7 SOU7H - MIDDLEBURY, VT
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to serve local folks and look forward
to meeting you at the Inn this fall
Route 125, East Middlebury, VT 05740
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