This Weekend's Top Events
Nothing says Father’s Day like a hot air balloon festival--at least not in this area. The Quechee Balloon Festival is celebrating its 38th year. If you need something to do with dad (and the whole family) this weekend, check it out.
QUECHEE BALLOON FESTIVAL
Don’t miss this exciting festival featuring up to 20 hot air balloons with five flights scheduled throughout the festival and additional tethered rides during the day. Enjoy continuous music and entertainment for all ages, and over 60 craft artisans and commercial vendors. Children’s activities Euro Bungee, a Rock Climbing wall, bounce house and more. And of course there will be festival food with local healthy options and a beer and wine garden, with more surprises on site.
MEET JEWELRY DESIGNER JEFF GEORGANTES
Meet and greet artist Jeff Georgantes and try on his jewelry and see his small sculptures. Working here in Hanover as the head of the Jewelry/Metals program at Dartmouth College, Jeff loves to take apart vintage typewriters and use natural stones in his designs.
BENT HILL BREWERY ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
This is a dog friendly event for friendly dogs. Music by The King and Captain throughout the day, as well food and games to enjoy. They’ll be serving full pours off 8 taps, 3 special bottle releases, and a variety of cans will be available for purchase.
FATHER’S DAY BREAKFAST
Enjoy a pancake breakfast at the Norwich Grange and support Child and Family Services! Pancakes, maple syrup, sausage, juice and coffee.
FATHER’S DAY GRAVEL BIKE EVENT
Celebrate Father’s Day at the Tunbridge World's Fairgrounds for a gravel bike event and community festival.
The Ranger is an all-gravel bike event FUNraiser for the Alliance for Vermont Communities (https://www.alliancevermont.org/) whose mission is to protect working farms, forests, and communities of central Vermont and to promote responsible and sustainable development. Central Vermont is currently being threatened by a proposed massive-scale development that would house more than 20,000 people.
Choose from two routes (32 miles and 16 miles) along Vermont's infamous (and scenic) Class IV roads. Whether you choose to ride or not, be sure to join us for the family-friendly festival (starting around 1:00pm) featuring local craft beer from Upper Pass and Brocklebank breweries (including a special event brew), live music from Haywire and Sensible Shoes, NOFA-VT wood fired pizza, ice cream from Kiss The Cow Farm, kids activities, and more!
THE STRANGE BEHAVIOR TOUR
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