|Stowe Village/Town||Trapp Family Lodge Forest||Stowe Mountain Resort||Marketplace (Events Field)||Food Court (Events Field)||Chautauqa Tent (Events Field)||Entertainment (Events Field)||Live Kitchen (Events Field)||Outdoor Demos (Events Field)|
|10:00am||Run to the Top of Vermont||Open until 5pm||Food Booths open (until 5pm)||Featured Food: “Holy Cow” VT grass fed “entire” steer roast|
|11:00am||Farmer’s Market until 3pm||Forest Safety: Until 1pm||Vermont Craft Beer (open until 5pm)||Native Plants: Pat Cox Sainsbury||Chelsea Ingram: Miss Vermont 2012||Chef Demo:Suzanne Podhaizer, Salt Café, Montpelier||Worm Composting (Ongoing)Vermont Woodworking School Demo (Ongoing)|
|12:00pm||Stowe Historical Society Open 12pm-3pm||Vermont Fresh Network Lunch at The Cliff House||Hardwick Beef: Begin Serving Whole Roased Steer||Patti Casey and Bob Amos (Stage 2)||Harry Besett:Glassblowing Demo|
|1:00pm||Ron Krupp: The VPR Gardening Vignettes||Green Mountain Swing Band – bring dancing shoes! (Stage 1)||Tom Bivins from Crop Restaurant||Richard Foye:Raku Pottery|
|2:00pm||The Magic Forest: Herbs, Dyes, and Fibers||Patti Casey and Bob Amos (Stage 2)||Harry Besett:Glassblowing Demo|
|3:00pm||Spencer Lewis: Cabin Song Readings||Green Mountain Swing Band – bring dancing shoes! (Stage 1)||Emerging Flavors: Vermont Artisan Cheese! And Wine?||Richard Foye:Raku Pottery|
Sunday August 26 From 10-5 at the Stowe Events Field
The Made in Vermont Tent is open all day with arts, crafts, specialty foods specialty products, Vermont Wine, and Vermont Spirits
TBA Catamount Trail Association’s annual Run to the Top of Vermont is scheduled on the Mt. Mansfield Toll Road on Sunday, Aug. 26. Jim Fredericks is the ED of CTA
11am and ongoing throughout the day~Learn how to compost with worms, indoors or outdoors, all year long. Melissa Jordan, a worm farmer from Morrisville, VT, will teach you to set up, maintain, and harvest a worm bin as a supplement or alternative to an outdoor compost pile.
11am~ Chelsea Ingram, Miss Vermont 2012
11am~Live Kitchen~ Chef Demo with Suzanne Podhaizer, Salt Café, Montpelier
11am and throughout the day~Vermont Woodworking School Demo
11am – noon- Chautauqua Tent – Native Plants with Pat Cox Sainsbury (et al) Ruby-throated Hummingbirds, Monarch butterflies, sphinx moths-who doesn’t enfoy attracting wildlife to their backyards? In this workshop on gardening and landscaping with native plants, we’ll discuss the merits of planting with natives, consider the threats stemming from invasive plants and learn which plants you can use to attract pollinators, butterflies and birds.
1pm~Live Kitchen~Chef Demo with Tom Bivins, Crop Bistro and Brewery,Stowe
1pm-2pm Chautauqua Tent~ Vermont Garden Vignettes: The Joys and Woes of Gardening with Ron Krupp. For the past twelve years, I’ve been doing garden commentaries on VPR on subjects such as: Flowering Sweet Peas-The Queens of The Annuals, Seed Starting-A Lost Art, The Story of a Transplanted Gardener, How Gardens Heal Our Souls and Spirit, The Confessions of a Frustrated Gardener and many more. I will share these stories and invite the audience to comment and ask questions and perhaps share a story or two of their own.
Today’s highlight is “Holy Cow” Presented by Hardwick Beef with Chef Frank Pace roasting a 1,000 pound Vermont raised, grass fed steer. This is a challenging culinary adventure -We expect to start serving at Noon.
Live music with Patti Casey & Bob Amos (a quartet) and the Green Mountain Swing Band, an eighteen piece band. Dancing strongly encouraged.
Intermittent Demos ongoing throughout day including glassblowing, Raku pottery, etc.
3pm~Chautauqua Tent~ Spencer Lewis: Cabin Song Readings
3pm-Live Kitchen-Events Field-Emerging Flavors: Vermont Artisan Cheese! And Wine?
Tastings limited to 50 people. We suggest that you buy your ticket on this website by clicking the Purchase Tickets button above.
Join us for a celebration and discovery of Vermont artisan cheeses and wines
- Lillé. Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company. Cow ~ Cowtipper. Boyden Valley Winery
- Lakes Edge. Blue Ledge Farm. Goat ~ La Crescent. Shelburne Vineyards
- Sunrise. Mount Mansfield Creamery. Cow. ~ Traminette. East Shore Vineyard
- Cabot Clothbound Cheddar. Cabot Creamery and Jasper Hill Farm. Cow ~ Marquette. Lincoln Peak Winery
- Mossend Blue. Bonnieview Farm. Sheep ~ Honeycrisp Ice Cider. Champlain Orchard
The Culinary Court is comprised of several food vendors serving authentic Vermont farm fresh slow cooked food all day. Menu items include breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Today’s feature is grass fed beef, a 1000 lb. Vermont raised steer by Hardwick Beef. The full menu will be posted by July 15. Vegetarian options will be available.
The Vermont Craft Beer Tent is open 11-5.
Forest Events at Trapp Family Lodge Forests and the Chautauqua Tent:
Trapp Family Lodge Forest: 11am-1pm – Forest Safety: Chainsaws, axes, wedges, skidders, horses, portable saw mills and safety wear will all be reviewed including new, more accurate felling techniques – (Paul Cate, E. Montpelier & Darwin Haselton)
2:00pm-3pm - Chautauqua Tent- The Magic Forest: Imagine your forest as a source of color, food, art and craft materials. Learn to see the forest through the eyes of an artist, a painter, a fabric artist a chef. The forest offers us dyes, herbs, culinary delights, woods, withes, burls and fibers suitable for a wide variety of baskets and woodcrafts. We will walk through the woods with someone who sees all this forest-to-table bounty and shows how it can be used to create art and culinary delights sustainably. (Allaire Diamond – Goldthread Consulting, Williston)