This Weekend Around Windsor – Live Music, Horseless Horse Show, Saint-Gaudens & More!

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Still need weekend plans? Don't miss out on the wide variety of fun things to see, do, and taste in and around Windsor this weekend (June 1-3)! 


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Wine Tasting – Windsor Wine & Spirits
Friday, June 1, 4 to 6 pm, 54 Main Street

Spring is here and so are the Rose wines. Please plan on stopping by the store on Friday, June 1st and sample six delicious springtime Rose’ wines we will have in stock all summer. The tasting will be from 4pm to 6pm as usual. Hope to see you there!

Justin Panigutti Band, 
Windsor Station – 9:30 pm


Opening Reception At Saint-Gaudens
Saturday, June 2, 4:30 pm, Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
A National Park For the Arts Special Exhibition 2018, June 2-October 21. Natural Forces:  Three Sculptors Respond, Fabienne Lasserre, 2017 Saint-Gaudens Fellow, Rosalyn Driscoll, Clive Moloney. Opening Reception (conversation with artists) on Saturday, June 2, at 4:30 p.m.

Hambone, all the way from Portland Maine!
 at Windsor Station – 9:30 pm


Music and Marys with John Lackard
Sunday, June 3, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm, SILO Distillery, 3 Artisans Way
Sunday Funday! We'll see you on June 3rd for Music and Marys with special guest John Lackard. DIY Bloody Mary Bar with all the local fixings and your choice of SILO craft spirit. We'll also have the TRAIL BREAK taps + tacos Food Truck serving up the favorites! Silo Distillery in the news link

Horseless Horse Show June 3rd, 2018
Sunday, June 3, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Come one, come all, to the Delaney Stables Horseless Horse show! There are 5 competition areas (cross-country, jumping, games, dressage and trail) trophies and ribbons, a 4-H table, and a snack bar to benefit Hooves for life, 4-H group. Talk to your family, bring your friends, and invite the whole neighborhood then you can compete as a team with your trusty steeds (a hobby horse). Don't have steed, fear not, you can rent one for the day. Cost $10. Come join us for a fun-filled day of play! More information can be found at

American Precision Museum Speaker Series
Sunday, June 3, 12:30 pm 
"Innovation in Manufacturing for a Sustainable Economy and Environment"
 is the topic for this season's speaker series at American Precision Museum in Windsor, Vermont.
Scott Davison, MS - Director of Education - American Precision Museum, "Manufacturing, Consumers, and the Environment: A Facilitated Dialogue  starting at 12:30 PM 

In this first Sustainability Series presentation, museum Education Director Scott Davison will facilitate an interactive dialogue to uncover and explore our personal, economic and environmental relationships with modern manufacturing. Attend and share experiences, opinions, and ideas. This series is FREE with Admission to the museum. Adults:  $8.00 - Students: $5.00 Kids under 6 free. 


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