Weekend Wednesdays: November 6th to 8th


Weekend Wednesdays NowHere are some of our favorite happenings taking place this fall weekend…

Saturday, November 7, 2015

7th Annual Autumn Wine & Food Festival @ Shelburne Vineyard

A benefit for the Chittenden County Emergency Food Shelf. Join Shelburne Vineyard from 11 am to 5 pm. Free Admission with a non-persihable item for the food shelf. There will be free wine tasting, free specialty food samples, shop for dinner or the holidays, and a raffle to benefit the Food Shelf.

Vendors Include: Artesano | Bro:t Bakery | Eden Ice Cider | Earthback Coffee Roasters | Fairy Tale Farm | Good Comida | It’s Arthur’s Fault! Sauces and Marinades| Pingala Cafe | Albice Foods: Sweet Olive Spreads | Tomgirl Juice Co. |Vermont Fresh Pasta | Vermont Salumi | Todd Trzaskos, author of Wines of Vermont | The Good Food Truck

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Ballads for Birth: A benefit for Vermont Midwives Association and Handle with Love

Join the Vermont Midwives Association and Handle with Love @ Arts Riot from 3 pm to 6pm. Music by Mister Chris and Dominique Brook Dodge. Face painting and Henna temporary tatttoos!

A fundraiser for the Vermont Midwives Association and Handle With Love. Money raised goes directly towards 1. improving awareness and access to midwifery care in Vermont, 2. Support Handle With Love in their efforts to improve access to labor doula support, 3. Foster healthy community and relations among all birth professionals, and 4. Create a family oriented event celebrating birth options.

Check out their website: http://www.vermontmidwivesassociation.org/

Cost: $10 for adults | $5 for children

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Sunday, November 8, 2015

Sip, Shop & Socialize @ 14th Star Brewery

Enjoy a cold beverage, shop with Jamberry, Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, Party Lite, Silpada, Tastefully Simple, Tupperware, Buskins Leggings and Dove Chocolate Discoveries, Young Living Essential Oils, Usborne Books, Stella and Dot, Thirty-One Gifts and relax with friends!

You don’t have to be 21 to socialize, but if you plan to sip, please bring your ID.

For More Information: Click Here

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I became a Vermont transplant ten years ago after meeting and falling madly in love with my husband, Jason, a South Burlington native at the University of New Hampshire. My education and training are in social work and although I left that career behind (at least for now) after my first child was born in 2014 my passion continues to be children, families, and the desire to connect moms to one another through building community. Fast forward to the present and my days are filled with parenting and chasing after two amazing and bright children, Caroline and Augie, and one fur baby, Copper, while trying to keep our home having some semblance of order. I am also an elected member of our local School Board.


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