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Upcoming Events in Ferrisburgh Vermont


March

2 - 3 Dakin Farm Sugar On Snow Party - Live music, sugaring demonstrations, maple specialty treats, free admission, free samples and family fun.
Boiling, sugar-on-snow, facility tours, pancake breakfast, maple hoagies for lunch.
Directions - Route 7 Ferrisburgh, 9.5 miles south of Shelburne Museum and 6 miles north of Vergennes.


Address: Dakin Farm , Ferrisburgh, Vermont
Ph: (800) 993-2546 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: customerservice@dakinfarm.com
Web: www.dakinfarm.com/Aboutsugaronsnow.aspx
Fee: Free

9 - 10 Dakin Farm Sugar On Snow Party - Live music, sugaring demonstrations, maple specialty treats, free admission, free samples and family fun.
Boiling, sugar-on-snow, facility tours, pancake breakfast, maple hoagies for lunch.
Directions - Route 7 Ferrisburgh, 9.5 miles south of Shelburne Museum and 6 miles north of Vergennes.


Address: Dakin Farm , Ferrisburgh, Vermont
Ph: (800) 993-2546 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: customerservice@dakinfarm.com
Web: www.dakinfarm.com/Aboutsugaronsnow.aspx
Fee: Free

May

ROKEBY MUSEUM - Discover this National Historic Landmark Underground Railroad site. Tour 18th-century house fully furnished with family treasures. Stroll the grounds and view eight historic farm buildings. Hike acres of nature trails.


Ph: (802) 877-3406 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: rokeby@adelphia.net

ROKEBY MUSEUM - Rokeby Museum has nearly 75 acres of marked trails that take you out an old farm road, through an historic orchard, and into a mature forest.


Ph: (802) 877-3406 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: rokeby@adelphia.net
Web: www.rokeby.org

11 - 12 Black&White and Color Gallery Open Studio Weekend - Denis Versweyveld & Judith Rey welcome you to visit their home and gallery and enjoy art displayed in a home setting.


Ph: (802) 877-2526 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: judithrv@sover.net
Web: www.blackwhiteandcolor.com
Fee: Free

July

One Woman Play - Yours for Humanity, Abby - Discover actress Lynne McKenney Lydick in this one-woman play based on the letters and speeches of abolitionist Abby Kelley Foster.
Born into an ordinary Massachusetts farm family, Foster dedicated her life to social justice.
At a time when society demanded that women be silent and submissive, she was neither.
Abby Kelley Foster braved harassment and ridicule to live out her principles.
Performance under a tent on the Museum grouns.


Address: Rokeby Museum , Ferrisburgh, Vermont
Ph: (802) 877-3406 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: rokeby@adelphia.net
Web: www.rokeby.org

August

19 - 21 Champlain Valley Folk Festival - 5 concert stages plus dance stage with wooden floor on the shores of Lake Champlain.
Camping nearby, swimming on site, craft and food vendors.


Address: Kingsland Bay State Park , Ferrisburgh, Vermont
Ph: (877) 850-0206 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@cvfest.org
Web: www.cvfest.org

September

Lecture - Sister Societies - Historian and author Beth Salerno will share her extensive research on female anti-slavery societies of the 1830s to 1850s, showing that women were the backbone of the movement. She discovered more than 200 such groups in the Northeast, including five in Vermont. Books will be available for sale and signing.


Address: Rokeby Museum , Ferrisburgh, Vermont
Ph: (802) 877-3406 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: rokeby@adelphia.net
Web: www.rokeby.org
Fee: Free

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