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Poultney Fall Town Wide Yard Sales

Poultney Fall Town Wide Yard Sales

October 14 @ 9:00 am4:00 pm

Come search the streets of Poultney for bargains both in the shops and on the sidewalks during our bi-annual tradition of Town Wide Yard Sale.

People will be setting up shop as early as 9:00a.m. and winding down at 4:00p.m.

For advanced sign-up contact (802)287-1120

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Poultney Town Wide Yard Sales

Poultney Town Wide Yard Sales

June 3 @ 9:00 am4:00 pm

Come search the streets of Poultney for bargains both in the shops and on the sidewalks during our bi-annual tradition of Town Wide Yard Sale.

People will be setting up shop as early as 9:00a.m. and winding down at 4:00p.m.

For advanced sign-up contact (802)287-1120

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Poultney Maplefest 2017

Poultney Maplefest 2017

ARE YOU READY FOR A MAPLEFEST?!!
Maplefest 2017 in Poultney will happen on March 25th and 26th!

There are over 20 different things going on, and some are limited in the number of people who can attend. People from all over the area are converging on Poultney that day; you don’t want to miss out on the fun!

Our FEATURED EVENT this year is the Maplefest Craft Fair at Poultney High School. Doors opens at 10 AM and ends at 4 PM .

Maple Sugarhouse Tours on both Saturday and Sunday, at Green’s Sugarhouse, Terry McCarron Maple, Marshall’s Maples, and the Wood Family Sugarhouse. Maps available at the Stonebridge.

Register for the 5-K Fun Run now by going to action.com, or www.poultneyvt.com. First 35 paid registrations get Maplefest T-shirts! You can also register on the day of the race at 9 AM at Poultney High School.

Official tree tapping and crowning of the Maplefest Prince and Princess at 10 AM on the campus of Green Mountain College. Come see which contestant wins in the race to tap the tree!

Horse Drawn Wagon Rides through downtown Poultney starting at 10 AM, sponsored by the Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce and the Poultney Downtown Revitalization Committee.

The Cooking with Maple event returns! Imagine a delicous maple dinner for just $5.00! Add 2 kids for just $10.00 total! Delicious fresh food direct from the GMC Cerridwen Farm and other local sources. And you get the recipes to take home, too! Pre-register with the form at www.poultneyvt.com or get a form from local merchants. Start time 10 AM.

Updated information and any changes will be posted on the Poultney Area Chamber of Commerce website at www.poultneyvt.com

So save the dates:  Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26, for the biggest, most active Maplefest in Poultney ever!

 

 

 

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Frosty Derby

Frosty Derby

First Sunday in March, the Frosty Derby is an ice fishing competition on Lake St. Catherine that’s sponsored by the Poultney Fish & Game Club.

Prizes will be awarded for the largest fish (Pike, Trout, Perch, and Bass) with both an adult and child category.

It’ll be a fun filled day for the entire family!

 

 

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Green Mountain College’s Fall 2016 Career Fair

Green Mountain College’s Fall 2016 Career Fair

Green Mountain College’s Office of Career and Personal Development is pleased to host its annual Career Fair. We encourage you to take this valuable opportunity to network with our capable, diverse and enthusiastic students and fill your full-time, part-time and seasonal positions.

Alternatively, you can search for summer interns, connect with contract or project workers, or secure the volunteers that your business or organization is seeking.

Location:

Green Mountain College

Withey Hall Lobby

One Brennan Circle

Poultney, VT  05764

Date:

September 27, 2016

Time:

11:30 am – 1:30 pm

If you have previously registered through our GMCJobLink, please CLICK HERE!

Sign In to your account, and select the Attend Events section on the right hand side of your screen to register for the Fall Career Fair.

All newcomers, please REGISTER HERE! and click on Register.

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Welcome New Member – Otto’s Cones Point General Store

So exciting! Otto’s at Cones Point as a new member of the Chamber. Otto’s Cones Point General Store is a Vermont General Store with Full-Service Kitchen offering quality takeout featuring hand crafted sandwiches, burgers, salads, Vermont made Wilcox & soft serve “creemee” ice cream, and locally sourced provisions. Serving Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner 7 days […]

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Poultney Fireworks Festivities

A Night of Family Fun – July 4th Weekend Festivities

Poultney july 4The 6th Annual Strawberry Festival starting at 6:30p.m.

$5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children

Poultney Town Band Concert at 6:30p.m.

Dance party with music provided by DJ John Saltis from Penguin Productions starting at 8:30p.m.

Famous Poultney Fireworks start at 9:30p.m.

For more information contact (802)287-2010.

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Memorial Day Parade in Poultney

Memorial Day Parade in Poultney

Come celebrate the fine men and women who serve our country with honor.

The parade route starts in front of Stewart’s and continues up Main Street beginning at 10:00a.m.

 

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Champlain Philharmonic Spring Concert

Champlain Philharmonic Spring Concert

Under the baton of guest conductor, Dr. Yutaka Kono, the Champlain Philharmonic will present its Spring Concert entitled, “Storytellers” on Sunday, May 8th at 4:00pm at Ackley Hall at Green Mountain College in Poultney.

Weaving tales through music, the program will include the Overture to La Cenerentola (Cinderella), one of Gioachino Rossini’s best­ known operas; Danse Bacchanale, from the opera Samson and Delilah by Camille Saint­Saëns; Maurice Ravel’s Pavane for a Dead Princess, and the Carmen Suites No. 1 and 2, comprised of the orchestral music drawn from Georges Bizet’s 1875 opera, Carmen. The performance will also feature the premiere of Surviving Soul, a work written for the orchestra by VT Student Composer Leslie Bixby. Leslie is a Senior at Black River High School in Ludlow, VT.

Tickets are available at the door for both performances for $15 general admission, $10 seniors, and $5 students.

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