Our Vermont Winter Plans
Winter Wildlife Celebration
• Quechee, Vermont
Visit the Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) and discover winter wildlife, explore exhibits, snowshoe hike, see owls, eagles, turtles and snakes, campfires, raptor feeding, and so much more! Join us, we’re going – it all begins at 10:30 AM.
Living History Event: Preparing For The Coming Campaign
January 19 • Fort Ticonderoga • Ticonderoga, New York
The winter of 1777 at Ticonderoga was hardly a rest. Discover the incredible story of the last year of American held Ticonderoga during this living history event. Thrill at the roar of musketry and cannon and witness the intricate drill undertaken by the American soldiers.
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Harris Hill Ski Jump and Fred Harris Memorial Tournament
February 16 &17 • Brattleboro, Vermont
Watch ski jumpers up close as they launch and soar more than 300 feet at speeds up to 60 mph! Top jumpers from around the world compete on New England's only Olympic-size 90-meter hill. We just bought tickets!
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Vermont Maple Festival
April 26-28, 2019
This State-Wide Three-Day Festival held annually takes place on the last weekend in April that celebrates all things maple! We offer private Maple sugarhouses tours, enjoy homemade Maple donuts, Maple Syrup tastings, exhibits, and more as Vermont comes together to celebrate our love of Maple Syrup. More in our next newsletter!