What to Eat, Drink and See This Weekend // September 1-2
Checking the weather now… okay looks like we’re in for a beautiful weekend folks. Let’s spend it outside, shall we?
Visit Patch Orchards - Open 10am-4pm on Weekends
Photo: Susan Apel
Okay it might not yet be time to break out the flannel, what with this heatwave, however that doesn’t mean the cider, maple creemees and cider donuts have to wait! Go do yourself a favor and venture on over to Patch Orchards in Lebanon. Your sweet tooth WILL thank you.
40 Patch Road, Lebanon, NH
Live Music at Harpoon - Starts on Saturday at 5pm
Grab yourself an Adirondack chair and a pint, and enjoy Mark and Deb bond this Saturday at Harpoon. Got a dog? They're welcome next to that Adirondack chair, too.
336 Ruth Carney Drive, Windsor, VT
Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival - Starts on Saturday at 2pm and goes through Sunday
Unwind this weekend with some great live music at the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site. The lineup consists of Jay Ottaway and the Ramble, Julia Mark, Alice Howe, Cricket Blue (one of my favorites) among other great acts. AND get this - it’s free.
3780 Route 100A, Plymouth, VT
The Justin Panigutti Band - Starts on Saturday at 9:30pm
Like Van Morrison? What about fun? Well of course you do - you’re reading this! Let’s just say you probably won’t regret going to see The Justin Panigutti Band. You’re in for a lovely night that pairs well with a Windsor Station Cocktail. You can check out Justin’s sound here.
26 Depot Ave, Windsor, VT
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