Leaf Peeper is a guide to all things fall in the greater Stowe area.
There’s something for all ages and any budget.
When you are out and about during Vermont’s season of the color, be sure to go see Morristown photographer Nan Carle Beauregard’s exhibit, “Notable Sculptors of Barre Gray Granite,” at the Vermont Granite Museum through Oct. 30.
- Tommy Gardner | Staff Writer
Two years ago, Vermont got rid of a holiday named after a white man who “discovered” America and replaced it with a holiday honoring the people who were here first.
As the air cools and the leaves turn, the balance to be achieved at the dinner table, according to Chef Michael Kloeti, is in leaning to the comfort the season demands while making the most of what the harvest season offers.
The 10th Leaf Blower Fall Classic Mountain Bike Festival will be held Saturday, Oct. 9, and will be hosted at Ranch Camp restaurant and bike shop on Stowe’s Mountain Road.
When John Fusco first met Sarah Morrow, one of the world’s foremost trombonists, she was vetting him as he approached Dr. John on a flight from the Burlington airport.
The Vermont Pumpkin Chuckin Festival returns this fall to Stowe for its 12th year, Sunday, Sept. 26, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa, Mountain Road, Stowe.
Bread & Puppet holds its annual Political Leaf Peeping to celebrate the fall landscape and the completion of another summer season with an afternoon of music, puppet shows and potato pancakes, Sunday, Sept. 26, 2 p.m., Bread & Puppet farm, 753 Heights Road, Glover.
Motorists driving on Route 100 just south of Stowe on a misty autumn mornings may find themselves doing a double take. Is that bigfoot looming just off the side of the road?
- Elmore man kills wife, himself during 911 call
- Curfew scrapped: Stowe nixes proposed booze bylaws
- Shelburne residents question exodus of police
- Stowe man gets pass on prison in international drug smuggling
- Jeffersonville shooter faces new charges in murder
- Max Howard Paine Jr.
- Mysterious panoramic found at Hanley’s General Store
- Road from nowhere? Stories differ on origins of Peoples Academy shortcut
- Shelburne woman wins equestrian title
- Edmund Barry Izzo
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