Our region of Vermont is known as 'How Vermont used to be'. Many of the people that live in our area depend on the lifestyle that is not found in many parts of the country anymore. Even the neighbors depend on them, such as when they stop by the local farm to pick up a gallon of fresh milk or eggs. You can visit the wool shop on the weekends, or stop by the homebased bakery on your way to work for a fresh donut or pastry. Life is nice, to put it simply. And we open our homes and businesses for you to enjoy also during your visit to the Northeast Kingdom.
Once a year in March during Vermont Maple Open House Weekend, you can visit our local sugarhouses to learn about one of most valued Vermont traditions - making Maple Syrup - plus enjoy plenty of samples.
The beauty and remoteness of our region is a source of inspiration for the many artists and crafters who call this area home. Along our winding roads, tucked away among the woods, and on our main streets, you'll find galleries and studios to visit – oftentimes located in someone's home or barn. Once a year in May, many artists open their doors to visitors for the Vermont Open Studio Weekend. It's a wonderful opportunity to see how, where, and what they create.
Local Museums are rich with information on the region, including our history, agriculture, science, and traditions.
Every summer, the youngest of our thespians take to the stage at the Vermont Childrens' Theater. Acting workshops for kids ages 7 and up are held in a barn at the Wildflower Inn which was converted into a 200 seat theater for the performances. Follow the sound of music every Wednesday night during July and August to Bandstand Park in Lyndonville. Bring a picnic and enjoy the music of the Lyndon Town Band - a perfect way to end a summer night.
Be sure to visit Catamount Arts Center in nearby St. Johnsbury. The Center features changing art exhibits including work from local artists, movie showings including classic and independent films, classes and an extensive listing of local arts events including music and theater shows on their website.
Every town in Italy has their local shop that sells specialty foods and prepared dishes, called a Gastronomia. Trenchers Farmhouse is the Gastronomia of Vermont, creating artisan farm to table pastas and sauces that highlight the seasonal delights of our farm. Our regenerative farm system focuses on Heirloom Italian varietal and we grow nutrient rich vegetables and pasture raised eggs and animals. Now you can enjoy Italian tradition and the bounty of Vermont at your own table for a true farm-to-table experience! Shop online or visit us at the farm shop March - December.
1350 Sugar Maple Rd., Lyndonville, VT 05851
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We are a family owned Dairy Farm in Northeastern Vermont.
700 Simpson Hill Rd., Sutton, VT 05867
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Our mission at Firefly Farm is to cultivate a way of being for ourselves and our community, that nourishes our bodies, minds, and spirits with locally grown food and mindful living in the beautiful Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. We offer CSA memberships, an onsite and online farmstand, mindfulness classes, and a variety of events on the farm. Our farmstand opens for the season May 1st. We will be open Friday through Sunday during the month of May, and daily beginning June 1st. Hours are 9am-7pm.
307 Sugarhouse Rd, West Burke, VT 05871
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