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VERMONT STATE WEATHER
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Vermont History


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Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing - State Tourist Information Site
Calendar of events.
Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation
Department of Fish & Wildlife and Heritage Program
Vermont State parks
Vermont Ski Areas Association
Golf in Vermont


Burke
"Under construction September 13, 1997"
VV Calendar of events.
Bellows Falls/Great Falls
"Located "In Historical Vermont" The Great Falls Region offers the finest in shopping, dining and recreation. "
VV Calendar of events.
Bennington
"Bennington was settled in 1761 on a rise by the Walloomsac River, overlooking the valley between the Green and Taconic Mountains. Its center is where the Molly Stark Trail meets the Ethan Allen Highway. In Old Bennington, just up the hill from the center of Town, Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys did their plotting against the British. Their capture of Fort Ticonderoga was an early victory in the Revolution. The Catamount Tavern where they met is marked by a big bronze panther."
Calendar of events.
Brandon
"Unhurried, Unspoiled, Unforgettable. "
Calendar of events.
Brattleboro Area
"a unique town that is best savored slowly. Nestled between the West and Connecticut Rivers, Brattleboro and the surrounding villages provide visitors with an extraordinary variety of outdoor activities, arts, entertainment and shopping. "
Calendar of events.
Burlington
"From diverse cultural activites to back country roads, mountain views, spectacular scenery, world class food, fun, and adventure. Come back soon and find out why "Outside" magazine dubbed Burlington, Vermont as one of America's "Dream Towns". "
Calendar of events.
Burlington
"we've tried to give you a glimpse of what's here for you in our unique, dynamic city on the shores of Lake Champlain. "
Calendar of events through their home page.
Cavendish
"Located in the very heart of Vermont...offering a diversity of lodging, dining, shopping and activities to satisfy the desires of every vacationer. "
VV Calendar of events.
Champlain Islands
"The Champlain Islands are Vermont surrounded by water. Although the Islands are located between Montreal, Quebec and Burlington Vermont, the Islands retain their quiet rural charm. "
No calendar of events.
Chester
"The Vermont You Have Been Hoping To Find. "
VV Calendar of events.
Central Vermont
"A great source of information for central Vermont. "
Calendar of events.
Jay Peak Area Association
"Like a precious emerald perched at the apex of a golden crown, there's no place more beautiful in all Vermont than the Jay Peak region. Gentle hills, quiet woodlands, crackling rivers, thunderous waterfalls, meadows exploding in rainbows of color from carpets of wildflowers in full bloom. A place so perfect, a treasurer so wonderful, it could only be located in Vermont's most majestic "Northeast Kingdom". Unspoiled landscapes beckon to the artistic soul. Air so crystal clear it sparkles like diamonds on frosty mornings. People so enraptured by the ambiance of a place time forgot, they know only friendliness and kindness to neighbor and visitor alike. A dream. A vision. A place so expressive and spectacular you simply must come and experience it. Your smile is your passport to this kingdom of the north. "
No calendar of events.
Lake Champlain Region
"THE REGION THAT HAS IT ALL! "
Calendar of events.
Lamoille County
"The Lamoille region has an established reputation as one of Vermont's premier recreation centers, and is within easy commuting distance from the state's largest population and employment centers, each contributing to make it the fastest growing county in Vermont according to the 1990 Census. "
No calendar of events.
Ludlow
"The Four Season Town, Ludlow offers a diversity of lodging, dining facilities, shopping and activities to satisfy the desires of every vacationer. "
Calendar of events.
Manchester and the Mountains
"Home of the American Museum of Fly Fishing and a lot more! "
Calendar of events.
Middlebury/Addison
"where the lakes sparkle, the mountains beckon and the valleys are a panorama of farms and orchards. "
No calendar of events.
Middlebury
"the Lake Champlain "West Coast" of the Green Mountain State. "
Current events are on their home page.
Montgomery
"The Covered Bridge Town of the Green Mountains. "
Current events are on their home page.
Mount Snow and Haystack
What to do -- "Antiques, Arts, Crafts & Specialty Shops, Factory Outlets, Museums, Historical Sites & Galleries, Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing, Sleigh & Horseback Riding, Snowmobiling.." or participate in some event.
Calendar of events.
Northeast Kingdom Travel and Tourism Association
"Of the countless descriptions given about Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, none is more fitting than this: The Northeast Kingdom is the last frontier of New England, and of course Vermont. "
Calendar of events through their home page.
Northeast Kingdom
"A land far away... in rolling green and often mystic hills... far from seething urban sprawl... "
Calendar of events.
Northfield
"Vermont has a reputation for providing a "Quality of Life" unsurpassed anywhere... and Northfield is an outstanding example of how we've earned that reputation. We are proud of our community and we'd like to show you why. "
Calendar of events.
Quechee
"pronounced Qwee-che is an odd name for a small Vermont village tucked into the Ottauquechee River valley. The name is based on indian lore. It takes its name from the river which means a swift mountain stream. The word also means chasm in Gaelic, which of course, is what the Quechee 162 foot deep gorge looks like. "
Calendar of events.
Randolph
"Nestled in the White River Valley and exuding New England charm, Randolph offers a unique combination of attractions sure to please each visitor. Amtrak chose Randolph as its latest stop for the famed "Vermonter" because of the ridership generated by our mix of economic activity, educational and cultural offerings, and recreational resources. "
Calendar of events.
Rutland Regional
"We are here to help you plan that sightseeing get-a-way or vacation with activities for the family. "
Calendar of events.
Rutland Town provides a lot of pictures!
Smugglers' Notch
"Come to the quiet side of the mountain... where each season is an invitation to the true Vermont adventure! Romantic weekends and year 'round getaways: every season, Smugglers' Notch has breathtaking scenery "
Calendar of events.
Springfield
"Clapboard houses, stippled churches and historic brick buildings spread out from downtown in this charming New England village. In this tranquil community along the Black River, each of nature's seasons excites the senses. In spring, flowering trees - crab apple, lilac and apple - perfume the air; summer's mountain warmth brushes the cheek; fall's brilliant foliage fills the eye while the sweet taste of maple sugar is spring's special taste. "
Calendar of events.
Stowe Area Association
"...Stowe rises to the top because we're finally willing to admit that we also like things on the lush side of life: great dining, active night life, cushy nonskiing activities. We like Stowe because it is romantic. Stowe deserves to be number one because of its well-roundedness. Stowe's got what it takes to satisfy both hard-core and softbody urges." -SKI Magazine.
No calendar of events.
Vermont's Northeast Kingdom Guide
"New England's best kept secret! This is a place where you can pursue a variety of activities in a serene, uncrowded atmosphere in any season. "
Calendar of events.
Woodstock
"Take a trip to a small New England village where history surrounds you and time has slowed down to a comforting pace :"
Calendar of events.

If you still haven't found it, try Virtual Vermont Towns and their state wide calendar split into three regions.


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