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June, 2007

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Vermont Happenings

Vermont Days (June 9 - 11) offers many free events for the family, including:
• Free Fishing Day June 10
• Fishing workshops at Grand Isle & Bennington Fish Hatcheries
• Rick and the Ramblers concert June 10 at Branbury State Park at 2pm
• Green Mountain Brass Band concert June 11 at Sand Bar State Park at 1pm
• Traditional crafts demonstration at Coolidge State Historic Site from 9:30am to 5pm
• Bennington Battle Monument
• Chimney Point State Historic Site
• Vermont Historical Society Museum
• State Parks and other State Historic Sites
• Free ice cream at selected State Parks
• Traditional crafts demonstrations at Coolidge State Historic Site (9:30am to 5pm)
For Father’s Day Weekend, June 15 - 17, Vermont has the following events:
The Quechee Balloon Festival, in Quechee Village Green off Main Street. Admission: $10/ adults, $5/kids over 6. Rides: $195. Info: 1-800-295-5451.
There’s also the Green Mountain Corvette Classic, Annual Stowe Car Show on Vermont Mayo Community Event Field.
Vermont Days Info: www.vermontvacation.com

Features

Stardom beckons for 13-year-old jazz singer by Irwin Block

Generations - building a strong foundation by Trina Ann Pion

Not just for grandparents by Kristine Berey

Sun Youth bike patrol gets ready to roll through the summer by Nicolas Carpentier

Fit at any age by Emily Wilkinson

Byron’s picks for 17th Fringe, on till June 17 by Byron Toben

Business as usual at Wilensky’s 75th anniversary by Trina Ann Pion

Next year in Victoriaville by Barbara Moser

Flora and Fauna notes for June