Upcoming Events in Windsor Vermont
PATH OF LIFE GARDEN
- Visitors follow a winding path through a field that leads them to 18 different areas. Each depicts a different phase in life.
There is an 800-tree hemlock maze, stone sculpture, huge dream catchers, a driftwood band, a granite Buddha and more. The garden is a place for family fun, relaxation and rejuvenation.
QUINNEHTUKQUT OUTDOOR CENTER
Ph: (802) 674-6767 (Always call and confirm events)
|Beer, Cheese and Palette Party - Sponsored by Vermont State Craft Center|
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Simon Pearce - FIRST ANNUAL WAREHOUSE SALE
- Simon Pearce will be holding its first Annual Warehouse Sale at its Windsor, Vermont location. The event will be held:
-May 26th & 27th: 10am - 7pm
-May 28th & 29t: 11am - 5pm
Come and enjoy special savings on a large selection of glass and pottery factory seconds.
In addition, our Windsor facility invites visitors to watch glassblowers and potters create the original designs of Simon Pearce glass and pottery.
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Open Studio Weekend - Vermont State Craft Center
Address: Vermont State Craft Center , Windsor, Vermont
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Coming Home - Parrish, Manship, Faulkner and Zorach
- We celebrate the work and mark the 40th anniversary of their passing.
Come and help us to celebrate their unique lives and visions.
Address: Cornish Colony Museum , Windsor, Vermont
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Exhibit - Coming Home
- Works by Maxfield Parrish, Paul Manship, Barry Faulkner and William Zorach.
This will be the first time that a substantial number of their works will be shown together.
This exhibit is rich in works by Maxfield Parrish.
Coming Home after completing a national tour that broke attendance records, a substantial portion of the show is being brought here to Windsor.
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Woodland Flowers Art Show
- Interested in wildflower flora for years, Sarah & Gary Milek have naturalized many wildflowers. The paintings in this show focus on these plants. Early spring comes & goes in a flash - see many of these fine species as egg tempera or watercolor paintings in their natural environment.
Address: Cider Hill Gallery. Map & driving directions at ciderhillgardens.com , Windsor, Vermont
Mount Ascutney Bike Climb
- Address: Mount Ascutney State Park , Windsor, Vermont
Ph: (888) 409-7579 (Always call and confirm events)
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Windsor Exhibits Palettes of Vermont
- Palettes will be on display at The Vermont State Center Gallery, Windsor House Gallery, The American Precision Museum and The Cornish Colony Museum â€" all located along Windsor's historic Main Street.
A closing reception and auction to benefit The Vermont State Craft Center, Windsor will take place Saturday Oct. 7, 2006 at the Windsor House Gallery.
5th Annual Harpoon Point to Point
- A collaborative effort by the Vermont Foodbank, the Harpoon Brewery and the Point Radio Network, this event has a ride for everyone, and finishes in beautiful Battery Park in Burlington.
Post-ride, enjoy a free concert in the park, and a BBQ with Harpoon beer and soda.
All proceeds benefit the Vermont Foodbank.
19th Century American Popular Music
- This presentation examines the phenomenon of our music before electronic amplification. It considers various types of music, the uses to which it was put, settings and performers, instruments, and its significance in American life. Performances recorded on audio and video illustrate some types of music popular in the last century. Several tunes will be performed live on period instruments adding to the immediacy and texture.
Address: American Precision Museum , Windsor, Vermont
- Sponsored by Vermont State Craft Center
The Allen Brothers - Original Vermont Developers
- Little has been said about Ethan and Ira Allen's activities as real estate developers.
This presentation by Vincent Feeney explains the importance of real estate speculation in the colonies on the eve of the Revolution, how the grants system functioned in theory and in practice, how the Allens acquired thousands of acres in Vermont with little cash, how American independence ruined their real estate empire, and how Ira sought to recoup his fortune in schemes inimical to United States interests.
Address: Windsor House , Windsor, Vermont