Fan House 2013 Recommendations
June 14, 15 and 16 - Father's Day Weekend
Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival
34th Annual Quechee Hot Air Balloon Craft and Music Festival
Featuring Music, Fine Art, and Crafters on the Quechee Village Green
Interplay Jazz & Art Summer Experience, Workshops and Performances, Woodstock, VT
www.interplayjazzandarts.org for registration and details.
Bookstock in Woodstock VT
A Green Mountain Festival of Words. Authors of national and local renown will speak, read from their work, offer interactive programs and mingle with the participating public.
Scheduled periodically: Naked Table Weekends with ShackletonThomas. Please see this link for their story:
LA Times ShackletonThomas Story
The 10th Annual Vermont Fine Furniture
& Woodworking Festival takes place in Woodstock this weekend
with displays of collectible furniture and gifts. www.vermontwoodfestival.org
Check out this related article in the Boulevard Magazine: "Traveling for Style".
Thanksgiving at The Fan House
Stay three or four nights between Nov. 27 and 30 2013 and enjoy a
complimentary Thanksgiving Dinner served at The Fan House on Thanksgiving Day.
Vermont Winter Wassail Weekend (annual)
A premier Vermont winter holiday event.
Horse / carriage parade, carol sing, live theater & Messiah sing
Reserve early. www.woodstockvt.com/wassail.php
Seasonal, Bass Fishing Early June - end November.
Barnard Native Establishes New Venture:
Mr. John's Green Mountain Guide Company
BARNARD, VT -- John Barnes has spent nearly his whole life in the
greater Woodstock, VT region. Since age 7 he lived in Barnard with his
surrogate father, now deceased, whom he still refers to as "Mr. Cobb."
For 40 of John's years he was a trapper, accompanying Mr. Cobb on
woods-oriented missions that produced, in a good season, 25 fox, 20
mink, 50 beaver, up to 300 muskrat and other fur bearers like otter,
fisher, bobcat and raccoon.
"When you're in the woods to make living, your survival depends on
understanding animal habitats. You learn to ask the questions: What is
the animal doing in the woods and even what is the animal thinking?"
In exploring the habitats of, among others, moose, deer, bear and
beaver, he concentrates on an area he knows like the back of his hand,
the 55,000-acre Chateauguay that spans several townships near Woodstock
and is Vermont's second largest wilderness region in one lump parcel.
For information about Mr. John's Green Mt. Guide Service please call
(802) 234-5219 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The address is John Barnes, Barnard, VT 05031. The website is Mr. John's
Green Mt. Guide Service.