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Celebrate Vermont in Stowe

Celebrate Vermont in Stowe

The mountain resort town puts on its first food festival

Celebrate Vermont Festival

The mountain resort town of Stowe, Vt., is celebrating farms and foods at the first Celebrate Vermont Festival from Aug. 23 to 26 at the Stowe Town Event Fields.

Stowe’s 40 restaurants will feature special Celebrate Vermont menus. Highlights of the Celebrate Vermont Festival include the grilling of a 1,350-pound Vermont grass-fed steer on a custom welded trapeze, and a Vermont spirits cocktail contest.

Long Trail Brewing Company is producing a special beer, Holy Cow Ale, a mix of Double Bag’s malty and caramel flavors with the taste of locally harvested Vermont ingredients, which will only be available at the Festival on Sunday, August 26.

The four-day festival includes a parade featuring Vermont-themed floats, forestry seminars, an outdoor art show for Vermont’s aspiring artists, a special movie showing, a family-oriented vaudeville performance, and Stowe’s 70 retail shops will showcase their made-in-Vermont products.

Stowe’s hotels are offering free admission to the festival plus a gift bag filled with made-in-Vermont treats from Ben & Jerry’s, Cabot Creamery, Green Mountain Coffee, Grand View Winery, Lake Champlain Chocolates, Laughing Moon Chocolates, and Sugarman of Vermont to visitors who book the $110 Celebrate Vermont Festival Package.

Lauren Mack is the Travel Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @lmack.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Stowe Vermont

Samara Cards & Gifts Red Barn Shops, Mountain Road.
Green Mountain Fine Art
64 South Main Street.
http://www.samaracardsandgifts.com/
Shop here for original art work and jewelry from local artisans.
These types of stores are what makes shopping in an small town so pleasant You have the opportunity to purchase items that are not available anywhere else add to that the fact that you do not have to battle the crowds of a bigger city, and you have a very pleasant experience.
Stowe Vermont Oktoberfest will be held this year on September 22-23-24, 2006, And you thought all they did in Vermont was ski. No way. Vermont is a great place for recreation year round and they know how to throw a great Oktoberfest. This is their tenth anniversary, so look for some special events to come up.

This is a very family oriented Oktoberffest. The charges are extremely low: Admission
Friday – By donation. This is the kickoff and there is no admission charge, so donate what you think is right. Saturday & Sunday $7 for adults $5 for ages 9-20 children under 9 are free
(Look for $1-off coupon) All the proceeds go to help the Stowe, Vermont Rotary Club with their charitable work, so while you have fun, you will also be helping people in need. Can you think of anywhere else you can get family entertainment for this price? And there is plenty of fun for everyone. Please think twice if you are considering bringing a dog to the Oktoberfest. While you may want to have the animal with you it really is not fare to him. There will be crowds of unfamiliar people, and while you will be enjoying yourself, your dog will most likely be afraid and who knows what can happen then.

Saturday at 10 AM the Grand Parade gets everything off to a great start. Everyone loves a parade and this one will get you in the mood for the rest of the weekend for sure.

Be ready for two days of music and dancing. And plenty of authentic German and Bavarian food to keep up your energy. Let’s not forget the great beers from the Vermont Breweries.

There are plenty of special things for the children also. There will be games, pumpkin painting, face painting and puppet shows.


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