On July 4th, the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site celebrates the Independence day as well as the birth of its 30th president.
Everybody is invited to visit the village green at 12:00 noon. From this point there’ll be a delegation of the Vermont National Guard that will lead a march to the Plymouth Notch Cemetery.
After the march, there’ll be chicken BBQ and Steve Wood will be performing a show as a Abraham Lincoln in the village church. There’ll also be wagon rides, music, food and a concert.
The Green Mountain Marina is located just down the road from the Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Vermont.
They offer great deals on boats and they are an authorized dealer for many important brands and they also sale fishing and hunting licenses.
The marina has a store with a variety of boat accessories, boat repair and maintenance items. They also rent boats and they have a service of dock rentals.
To get more information about the Green Mountain Marina, visit the official website.
Saxton River’s 4th of July is an extraordinary event in such a small town of just over 500 residents whom create an enchanting atmosphere to celebrate the Independence Day.
There’ll be a long prade of floats, fire trucks, musicians and street performers along Main Street and for the little kids there’ll be carnival games. Kids with a bike can participate in the parade for free!
Great chicken BBQ and street vendors will be around the streets to make this day an unforgettable 4th of July.
End this wonderful day with the spectacular display of fireworks. To get more information visit http://www.sover.net/~falklorn/saxtons.html
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra will perform at Grafton Pond with an Open-air Concert and Fireworks to benefit Brattleboro Museum & Art Center.
The event will take place on Thursday July 3rd at 7:30pm, but the gates will be opened for the public at 5:30pm.
Tickets are currently being sold and it prices go from:
Children ages 6 to 14: $10
Children ages 5 and under: free
This is an inspiring event in a magnificent setting with spectacular fireworks the day before celebrating Independence Day.
Tickets can be bought by phone calling at 802-257-0124.
To get more information about this event, please visit official website of the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center.
The Morningside Flight Park is located just across the Connecticut River in Charlestown, NH and offers scenic safe flying for all skills levels. There crew of professional certified instructors that have been taking folks up to look down for more than 30 years.
The Morningside Flight Park is one of the most complete flying site in the U.S. The park has a country club setting complete with transportation to launch sites and other services.
Guests are invited to go camping, swimming, hiking and biking in the park as well. It makes a great day trip for families in the area that want to get outdoors and make the most of the summer.
To get more information about the Morningside Flight Park, visit the official website.
The Holiday Inn Express in Vermont welcomes couples to celebrate their wedding at this privileged location. In a nice and sophisticated atmosphere the staff from the Holiday Inn Express will help you to organize your reception or Sunday brunch.
They also offer discounted rates for the couple’s out-of-town relatives and/or guests, organization for catered receptions and a great place to have fun on your special day.
Whether your planning a formal or informal reception, the trained staff of the Holiday Inn Express will guide you through the process.
The Holiday Inn Express also offers whirlpool suites for the newlyweds including complimentary breakfast, parking and the use of the indoor pool and fitness center.
To get more information about wedding events or to book a reservation for your honeymoon, please call at (866) 253-6913 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The North Springfield Bog sponsored by the Ascutney Mountain Audubon Society in Vermont is a boreal kettle bog, an artifact of the last glacial age 10,000 years ago.
The only source of water is precipitation as the bogs lacks any outlet for drainage. The bog’s water is acidic and lacks oxygen while the sphagnum mosses are the dominant plants forming a thick layer of peat.
Visitors are welcome to discover and experience one of the most natural areas in this region. They are invited to walk through the bog on a boardwalk to learn about the diverse plant life that exists in this extraordinary environment.
To get more information about the North Springfield Bog, please visit official website.
The 10th Annual Roots on the River Festival will be held at Bellows Falls, Vermont from June 11th to June 14th, 2009.
This festival is also knwon as FredX and this year’s event will feature the presence of the best roots muscicians in the U.S. As always, the festival revolves around three perfomances by the faboulous Fred Eaglesmith and his band, the Flying Squirrls.
Tickets for this event are currently been sold on line and they start at $28 per person.
To get more information about how to get there or to purchase tickets online, please visit the official website of the Vermont Festivals.
The Holiday Inn Express in Springfield is delighted to announce its Vermont Country Store Package available through May 15th to September 30th, 2009.
This is a great opportunity that nobody should miss. For just $10 more than the best available rate you get a chance to setp back in time at the Vermont Store’s Rockingham location. A place to remember the homemade fudge, wooden toys and games.
At the end of the tour, you’ll receive a gift to remember this special trip. The gift includes:
- mini VCS tote bag stuffed with Vermont Cookie Buttons
-a maple syrup nip
-chocolate-covered wintergreen patty
-two scenic Vermont postcards
-a VCS store catalogue
Remember that this package also includes a one-night stay, complimentary hot buffet breakfast, use of the indoor pool and fitness center and free parking.