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Franklin County Field Days
Vermont State Fairs, Highgat Field Days & Festivals

Agricultural exhibits. Cattle and sheep show, cattle judging, antique tractor pulls, kiddie rides, crafts, exhibits, live entertainment, horse pulling, draft horse show, and ox pulling.

When? July 30 - August 2, 2009

Where? Airport Road
in Highgate, VT

Franklin County Field Days by CailieCailie, 09 Jun 2009 20:32

Addison County Fair and Field Days
Vermont State Fairs, Field Days & Festivals

Vermont's largest agricultural fair. Children's barnyard, cattle judging, tractor pulls, kiddie rides, crafts, exhibits, live entertainment, pony and ox pulling, midway, parade, youth activities, and Vermont Products Dinner.

Addison County Fair and Field Days
Route 17
New Haven, VT
Ph: 802-545-2557

Annual Middlebury Festival On-The-Green
Free Middlebury, Vermont Family Festival and Concerts

This free summer festival offers a fun-filled week for the entire family, including a variety of musical entertainment provided by local entertainers and visiting musicians, lots of food, tons of fun, magic shows, and moreā€¦

When? July 12 - 18, 2009
7:00 - 10:00pm

Where? Middlebury, Vermont

Annual Stoweflake Hot Air Balloon Festival
Stoweflake Balloon Festival - Stoweflake Resort - Stowe, VT

Vermont's highest peak, Mount Mansfield, and the majestic Green Mountains provide a beautiful backdrop for this spectacular event. Four launches will take flight over the weekeStoweflake Balloon Festivalnd providing a kaleidoscope of color to the delight of visitors and the residents of Stowe and surrounding villages.

Festivities include an array of food and beverage concessions, a beer garden, craft vendors, and a Kids Korner. Live music will be featured Friday and Saturday afternoons starting at 5:00PM. And, of course, the weekend is highlighted by approximately 30 balloons embarking on four flights over the three-day event.

When? July 10 - 12, 2009

Where? Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa Festival Field, Stowe, VT

More Information? 800-253-2232

Fireworks
CailieCailie 09 Jun 2009 20:26
in discussion Summer Events 2009 / Chittenden » Fireworks

Burlington Independence Day Celebration
When? July 4, 2009
Where? Waterfront Park, Burlington, VT

Fireworks by CailieCailie, 09 Jun 2009 20:26
Fireworks
CailieCailie 09 Jun 2009 20:26
in discussion Summer Events 2009 / Rutland » Fireworks

4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza
When? July 4, 2009 at 9:45 pm
Where? Rutland, VT

Fireworks by CailieCailie, 09 Jun 2009 20:26

The Green Mountain Chew Chew
Lake Champlain Food Fest
At the Green Mountain Chew Chew you can sample delicious items from dozens of Vermont restaurants and food producers. The low prices and small portions make sampling easy! For $5 you can get 9 official brass Chew Chew tokens, and most samples cost 3 tokens. Children's activities and live music complete the festival experience. This popular family event is always held the last full weekend in June and brings tens of thousands of connoisseurs to Burlington.

When? June 27 - June 28, 2009
Fri & Sat 11AM-11PM; Sun 11AM-6PM

Where? Burlington, VT
Waterfront Park

Chew Chew Fest by CailieCailie, 09 Jun 2009 20:24

Quechee Balloon Festival
Quechee VT Balloon Festival & Craft Fair
June 19 - 21, 2009

Quechee, Vermont (pronounced kwee-chee), home of the renowned Quechee Gorge, is the quintessential picturesque New England village. The Ottauquechee River cascades over a spectacular waterfall alongside Main Street, which meanders past beautifully unique storefronts and restaurants to the festival site on the expansive Village Green.

Every Father's Day weekend, Quechee becomes a mecca for amateur and professional crafters, musicians, and photographers, as the Annual Quechee Balloon Festival & Craft Fair attracts dozens of balloonists and their brilliantly-colored hot-air balloons to this quaint central Vermont village.

The Quechee Balloon Festival is a family-oriented event with something of interest for all ages.

Quechee Balloon Festival by CailieCailie, 09 Jun 2009 20:23
Capture the Flag
CailieCailie 09 Jun 2009 20:00
in discussion D-Unit / Outdoor Games » Capture the Flag

CAPTURE THE FLAG - A favorite game to play outdoors

There are two teams.

Team 1 has the front yard and Team 2 has the back yard, or a field was split between the two teams. The teams are given a time period, like 5 minutes, to hide their flag in their part of the yard.

[optional] During this period spies were sent out to see were the flag was hidden as well as look-outs to catch the spies.

When the flag is hidden you call out that you are finished. Then you simply try to get the other teams flag. If you get caught and tagged by the opponent on their territory you had to go to jail and could only be freed by a teammate who grabs you when your opponent isn't looking.

The first team to capture the flag wins. In most versions you had to both get the flag, and bring it back to your side.

Capture the Flag by CailieCailie, 09 Jun 2009 20:00

Lets start adding stuff and things!? Talk to me if you want to change the setup here.

by The DREAM ProgramThe DREAM Program, 06 Nov 2008 16:20

Leave comments DREAM World!

Yea! by The DREAM ProgramThe DREAM Program, 23 Oct 2007 20:19
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