Vermont Food Festivals & Shows
(Food, Wine, Beer & Agricultural Events)
2018 - 2019 VERMONT - Month by month Listings
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Here are JUST A FEW Featured Events:
November 13-17, 2018
152nd Annual National Grange Convention
The Grange is a family, community organization with its roots in agriculture. Founded in 1867, the Grange was formed as a national organization with a local focus. Our members are given the opportunity to learn and grow to their full potential as citizens and leaders. Each year, the National Grange holds a convention for the delegate body to set the policy agenda for the upcoming year and members to attain their Seventh Degree. Convention is open to the public for most events, however the Seventh Degree conferral ceremony and the opening of the convention are limited to only Grange members. Convention consists of daily sessions, committee meetings, workshops, a store, and an idea fair exhibit, in which different Granges share programs that are successful in their state. The convention has daily Grange Youth activities each day, along with Junior Grange activities, and activities for non-delegates. Convention sites are rotated around the country among the five Grange regions.
December 31, 2018
First Night Burlington
First Night Burlington is Burlington’s alcohol-free New Year’s Eve celebration and Vermont’s largest one-day arts festival. First Night Burlington, attracts 20,000 people to downtown Burlington for New Year’s Eve. Fireworks and a parade are also part of this New Year’s Eve celebration.
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