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Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Jan 5, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Jan 6, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Simply in Season: Winter Soups and Stews for the Soul Class | Lebanon
Jan 7, 2019
Lebanon

Simply in Season: Winter Soups and Stews for the Soul Class | Lebanon

Join for a cooking class at the Coop Food Store in Lebanon!  All Co-op classes take place in the Culinary Learning Center located in our Lebanon Store. Come to class prepared to learn and eat! All classes include extensive samples or a...
Norwich Inn Bread & Brew
Jan 11 - 13, 2019
Norwich

Norwich Inn Bread & Brew

Norwich Inn Brewer, Jeremy Hebert, in partnership with Norwich’s King Arthur Flour, invite you the next 2019 Bake & Brew Weekends, January 11-13 and March 29-31.  Learn about the craft of beer and baking with beer, while enjoying great...
Date Night | Richmond Community Kitchen
Jan 11, 2019
Richmond

Date Night | Richmond Community Kitchen

Bring your special someone to our kitchen and create a wonderful meal together.In this class, we'll make dinner and sit down to enjoy it together. Learn new culinary techniques, make some friends and have a fun night out! And do BYOB if...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Jan 12, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Jan 13, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Jan 19, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
Stretch & Sip Yoga in the Tap Room at Switchback
Jan 20, 2019
Burlington

Stretch & Sip Yoga in the Tap Room at Switchback

Join us for a special 'Stretch & Sip' event on Sunday, January 20th from 10:00AM - 11:00AM with Sarah Quinttus! Enjoy an all-levels 60 minute Vinyasa flow class in the Tap Room followed by a pint or flight of your choice. Bring your...
Biodynamic Drinks with La Garagista Wines | Eden's Taproom
Jan 20, 2019

Biodynamic Drinks with La Garagista Wines | Eden's Taproom

Biodynamic argriculture is a complex, holistic approach to farming practiced by some of the finest wine and cider makers in the world.For this event we get to chat with two of those very people! Deirdre Heekin of La Garagista Farm ...
Small Scale Mushroom Cultivation at City Market
Jan 22, 2019
Burlington

Small Scale Mushroom Cultivation at City Market

Compliment your vegetable gardening by growing fresh mushrooms. Learn the basics of cultivating several varieties of edible mushrooms including oyster, shiitake, and wine cap stropharia. Fungi promote healthy soil, increase yields of some...
Exploring Taste and Terroir with Jasper Hill | City Market
Jan 24, 2019
Burlington

Exploring Taste and Terroir with Jasper Hill | City Market

Adele Berrier from Jasper Hill will lead this tasting and workshop and provide a behind the scenes look into their award-winning cheeses. We will explore the art and science of Sensory Evaluation and how and why this occupies a great place...
Valentine Dinner for 2 (or 1 with leftovers) Cooking Class
Jan 26, 2019
Perkinsville

Valentine Dinner for 2 (or 1 with leftovers) Cooking Class

Hands-on cooking class taught by NECI grad and professional chef Denise Atland. Learn to make Duck Breast with Tart cherry sauce, French lentil ragout, Spinach Salad with ginger glazed scallops and Choux pastry two ways Gougere ...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Jan 26, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Jan 27, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Gluten Free Baking | Richmond Community Kitchen
Jan 27, 2019
Richmond

Gluten Free Baking | Richmond Community Kitchen

If you’re new to gluten free living or a seasoned GF veteran looking for some new inspirations, join us as we explore the world of gluten free baking.In addition to creating yummy sweet and savory gluten free baked goods, we’ll talk about...
Food as Medicine Culinary Class | Brattleboro
Jan 30, 2019
Brattleboro

Food as Medicine Culinary Class | Brattleboro

We will explore “food as medicine” and how to feast/eat with enjoyment while respecting your body.These classes will provide how-to methods for understanding and implementing an anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle for those experiencing...
Chocolate with Nutty Steph's at the library
Jan 30, 2019
Marshfield

Chocolate with Nutty Steph's at the library

Meet the founder of Nutty Steph's and learn about her winding road toward chocolate utopia! Taste the confections invented by this legendary Vermont brand, and learn about the unique ingredients, all carefully chosen to support local...
Simply in Season: Winter Soups and Stews for the Soul Class | Lebanon
Feb 1, 2019
Lebanon

Simply in Season: Winter Soups and Stews for the Soul Class | Lebanon

Join for a cooking class at the Coop Food Store in Lebanon!  All Co-op classes take place in the Culinary Learning Center located in our Lebanon Store. Come to class prepared to learn and eat! All classes include extensive samples or a...
Chinese Take-Out Hands-On Cooking Class
Feb 2, 2019
Perkinsville

Chinese Take-Out Hands-On Cooking Class

Join Hidden Kitchen cooking instructor Denise Atland inside The Hidden Kitchen classroom (the old barn loft at The Inn at Weathersfield) for our hands-on "Chinese Take-out" class on Feb 2 from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm. Menu: Shrimp toast...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Feb 3, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Vermont Superfoods Class at City Market
Feb 7, 2019
Burlington

Vermont Superfoods Class at City Market

Localvores seeking vibrant health and prevention of heart disease, cancer and other chronic illnesses can look no further than their own backyard or neighborhood farm! Join herbalist Katherine Elmer to hear about the power of familiar...
Family Night Out | Richmond Community Kitchen
Feb 9, 2019
Richmond

Family Night Out | Richmond Community Kitchen

We had a wonderful first Family Night Out this past week. The parents enjoyed a restorative yoga/massage session while the kids prepared dinner, right down to setting the table and folding napkins! This month, the parents will enjoy a...
The Breads & Cheeses of Italy at Brot Bakehouse
Feb 10, 2019
Fairfax

The Breads & Cheeses of Italy at Brot Bakehouse

Discover the breads and cheeses of Italy with us! Hand-crafted bread is the cornerstone of Italian cuisine. It complements the olive oil, the cheeses, the wine and all the dishes of Italy, and it attracts both food lovers and avid baker...
One-Pot Meals Class at City Market
Feb 11, 2019
Burlington

One-Pot Meals Class at City Market

One-pot meals are simple, time efficient and offer an easy clean up on a busy night. What could be better? Join our Executive Chef, Michael Clauss, who will guide participants through two delicious one-pot meals. We will explore how to...
Food as Medicine Culinary Class | Brattleboro
Feb 13, 2019
Brattleboro

Food as Medicine Culinary Class | Brattleboro

We will explore “food as medicine” and how to feast/eat with enjoyment while respecting your body.These classes will provide how-to methods for understanding and implementing an anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle for those experiencing...
Valentine’s Day Spa Yoga | City Market
Feb 14, 2019
Burlington

Valentine’s Day Spa Yoga | City Market

Join City Market & Sangha Studio for a slow flow-style yoga class & special treats this Valentine’s Day! Spa Yoga aims to align practitioners with the inner wisdom of deep relaxation by engaging all of the senses. Practitioners can...
NOFA-VT 2019 Winter Conference
Feb 16 - 18, 2019
Burlington

NOFA-VT 2019 Winter Conference

The NOFA Vermont Winter Conference is a highlight of the winter for farmers, gardeners, homesteaders and enthusiastic eaters. Please join us for our 37th conference — and hundreds of your fellow organic food enthusiasts — for three days of...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Feb 16, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Feb 17, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Mad River Distillers Cocktail Class
Feb 17, 2019
Burlington

Mad River Distillers Cocktail Class

Cocktail Classes at Mad River make for the perfect gift or group activity. Learn cocktail history and fundamentals while sampling the subject matter. Classes are $50 per person and include a cocktail, and a number of samples.Classes will...
The Art and Science of Kombucha | City Market
Feb 20, 2019
Burlington

The Art and Science of Kombucha | City Market

Start making kombucha at home! Kombucha is a fermentation of sweetened tea. In this class, we’ll learn how to make it and also discuss why fermented foods are so beneficial. Participants will take home a “scoby” (a starter culture) to get...
Singing with Lambs Workshop | Cate Hill Orchard
Feb 23, 2019
Greensboro

Singing with Lambs Workshop | Cate Hill Orchard

You’ve tried Goat Yoga and Swimming with Dolphins…. now its time for Singing with Lambs!  We'll pair the healing power of lambs with healing songs from Caucasus Georgia.  Georgia has an ancient tradition of singing healing songs for sick...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Feb 23, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
Sensory Evaluation 101 | City Market
Feb 28, 2019
Burlington

Sensory Evaluation 101 | City Market

Adele Berrier, a Sensory Evaluation Instructor at Sterling College will lead this workshop where we will explore the art and science of Sensory Evaluation. Adele will lead a guided tasting of food items like chocolate, bread, cheese and a...
The Vermont Flower Show 2019
Mar 1 - 3, 2019
Essex

The Vermont Flower Show 2019

The 2019 Vermont Flower Show – “Wonder – A Garden Adventure for All Ages” – will bring three days of spring to life as our winter draws to a close.   Along with the grand garden landscaped display, the show offers a wide variety of thing...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Mar 2, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
Sun Salutations at Simple Roots Brewing
Mar 3, 2019
Burlington

Sun Salutations at Simple Roots Brewing

Ease into your Sunday with Sun Salutations at Simple Roots! Every 1st Sunday of the month starting in February, Catherine Bergeron-Radoux will lead a 60 min yoga class open to all levels and experience, followed by some time to sip your...
Bread Baking 101: Introduction To Baking With Sourdough
Mar 3, 2019
Fairfax

Bread Baking 101: Introduction To Baking With Sourdough

Come curious and leave inspired by wild yeasts and their magic!This is our popular bread baking class for beginners. Learn the fundamental basics of sourdough alchemy in bread making, proper mixing, fermenting, shaping and baking and what...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Mar 3, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Mar 3, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
Cooking with Maple | Richmond Community Kitchen
Mar 7, 2019
Richmond

Cooking with Maple | Richmond Community Kitchen

Audubon Vermont, Richmond Community Kitchen, RiseVT, and Katie Webster, author of "Maple, 100 Sweet and Savory Recipes Featuring Pure Maple Syrup" are teaming up to bring you a sweet and savory evening celebrating certified maple syrup...
Cheesemaking Workshop | Cate Hill Orchard
Mar 9, 2019
Greensboro

Cheesemaking Workshop | Cate Hill Orchard

Learn to make cheese from an award winning cheesemaker (yes!  Maria won 3rd place at last years American Cheese Society International Competition!).   We'll make two simple sheep cheeses, a Corsican basket tomme, and "kefiretta" a fresh...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Mar 10, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Pruning & Grafting Workshop | Scott Farm
Mar 16, 2019
Dummerston

Pruning & Grafting Workshop | Scott Farm

Join Orchardist Zeke Goodband from 9-Noon for our annual Pruning & Grafting Workshop for Backyard Fruit Growers. Participants receive instruction on pruning a variety of old and young fruit trees from 9-11 AM and on grafting apple...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Mar 16, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Mar 17, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Learn to Make Crepes with Skinny Pancake | Richmond
Mar 21, 2019
Richmond

Learn to Make Crepes with Skinny Pancake | Richmond

We are excited to have some folks from the popular Skinny Pancake in to teach us the finer aspects of crepe making!Each participant will have hands-on experience making the perfect crepe, both sweet and savory, during this event. Get all...
Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson
Mar 23, 2019
Bridgewater

Hands-on Hand-made Pasta Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location.Scheduled Pasta Classes: Learn how to make three...
Pruning & Grafting Workshop | Scott Farm
Mar 23, 2019
Dummerston

Pruning & Grafting Workshop | Scott Farm

Join Orchardist Zeke Goodband from 9-Noon for our annual Pruning & Grafting Workshop for Backyard Fruit Growers. Participants receive instruction on pruning a variety of old and young fruit trees from 9-11 AM and on grafting apple...
The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson
Mar 24, 2019
Bridgewater

The Soufflé Also Rises--A Light & Hearty Brunch Lesson

Come cook hands-on with acclaimed Chef Ted, formerly of Hemingway’s Restaurant. Chef Ted now offers personalized cooking classes from beginner onward at his relaxed mountain top location. Having owned a restaurant named Hemingway's, we...
Yogurt Making 101 | City Market
Mar 28, 2019
Burlington

Yogurt Making 101 | City Market

Experience the wonder of transforming cow’s milk into cultured, nourishing, and delicious yogurt.  Throughout history and around the world, humans have worked with natural processes to transform dairy into tangy, tasty treasures that have...
Reducing Food Waste Workshop | Richmond
Mar 28, 2019
Richmond

Reducing Food Waste Workshop | Richmond

Want to prepare healthy meals, reduce food waste and save time and money? Just by making small changes in your cooking habits, you can do all these things and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions.In this inspiring hands-on class, we’ll...
Norwich Inn Bread & Brew
Mar 29 - 31, 2019
Norwich

Norwich Inn Bread & Brew

Norwich Inn Brewer, Jeremy Hebert, in partnership with Norwich’s King Arthur Flour, invite you the next 2019 Bake & Brew Weekends, January 11-13 and March 29-31.  Learn about the craft of beer and baking with beer, while enjoying great...
Vermont Sheep & Goat Association Lambing Clinic
Mar 30, 2019
Shelburne

Vermont Sheep & Goat Association Lambing Clinic

Join the Vermont Sheep and Goat Association for a day-long lambing clinic.  Master Shepherd Chet Parsons will start the morning off with a class to go over the basics: ewe nutrition, early signs of labor, when to intervene in a difficult...
Master the Unusual Vegetables | Red Wagon Plants
Mar 30, 2019
Hinesburg

Master the Unusual Vegetables | Red Wagon Plants

Have you been stumped by artichokes, cardoons, celery, celeriac, cauliflower, leeks, onions? In this workshop, Red Wagon owner, Julie Rubaud, will take you through the steps you need to successfully grow these slightly tricky crops so that...
Faces of Dairy: Conversations with Vermont Farmers
Mar 30, 2019
Enosburg

Faces of Dairy: Conversations with Vermont Farmers

A Dairy Panel EventModerated by renowned Agronomist Heather Darby Free & open to the publicJoin us for insightful stories and dynamic conversation as we honor the voices of Vermont’s dairy farming community. This panel event feature...
Apple Tree Pruning Workshop | Cate Hill Orchard
Apr 6, 2019
Greensboro

Apple Tree Pruning Workshop | Cate Hill Orchard

Apple Tree Pruning Workshop with orchardist Josh Karp.  We'll practice on all ages of trees in our orchard.  Learn techniques you can then use in your own orchard!
No Fuss Kitchen: Minimal Waste Cooking | City Market
Apr 7, 2019
Burlington

No Fuss Kitchen: Minimal Waste Cooking | City Market

Community Teaching Kitchen, South End Store Join us for our cooking series all about making cooking from scratch as easy as possible! Our former Outreach and Education Coordinator, Meredith Knowles, will lead this hands-on class about...
Single Mingle Cooking Class | Richmond
Apr 12, 2019
Richmond

Single Mingle Cooking Class | Richmond

Hey single peeps, looking for a fun night out where you can meet other single folks?Join us at RCK for an evening of cooking and lively conversation. We'll make delicious tapas-style dishes for everyone to nosh on while mixing and...
Meet Rural Vermont Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop
Apr 17, 2019
Montpelier

Meet Rural Vermont Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop

Rural Vermont’s mission is to lead the resurgence of community-scale agriculture through education, advocacy, and organizing in support of Vermonters living in deep connection to one another and to the land that nourishes us all.Rural...
VT Land Trust Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop
Apr 18, 2019
Montpelier

VT Land Trust Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop

The Vermont Land Trust saves the land that makes Vermont special. Since 1977, we have protected farmland and forestland from subdivision and development – knowing that once farms and forests are gone, they rarely come back. We want our...
Green Mountain Draft Horse Beginner Driving Clinic
Apr 20 - 21, 2019
Shelburne

Green Mountain Draft Horse Beginner Driving Clinic

In this two-day, hands-on clinic, you’ll work with experienced teamsters of the Green Mountain Draft Horse Association and their horses in the beautiful setting of the Breeding Barn. If you’ve never driven a horse-drawn cart, this clinic...
Community Harvest Gleaning Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop
Apr 24, 2019
Montpelier

Community Harvest Gleaning Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop

Community Harvest of Central Vermont (CHCV) is a group of Central Vermonters who are committed to bringing our community together through gleaning to recover surplus food produced on area farms to feed those with limited access to healthy...
Intro to Square Foot Gardening | City Market
Apr 27, 2019
Burlington

Intro to Square Foot Gardening | City Market

South End Community Room Square Foot Gardening is an easy way to plan and plant your garden, using permanent beds to maximize production in small spaces. Peter Burke will join us to discuss all aspects of your garden from planning to...
Compost Basics Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop
Apr 27, 2019
Montpelier

Compost Basics Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop

Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District provides leadership, education, and services for residents and businesses in reducing and managing their solid waste in order to protect public health and the environment to the greatest...
Market Basket Challenge
Apr 27, 2019
Burlington

Market Basket Challenge

Learn how to plan an incredible menu starting with a mystery basket filled with seasonal, local ingredients -- then make that menu a reality with the help of your classmates and instructors -- in our gameshow-style cooking class!$50 pp...
Gentle Yoga & Intro to Mindful Eating
Apr 28, 2019
Burlington

Gentle Yoga & Intro to Mindful Eating

South End Community Room Join City Market, Sangha Studio, and ThrivInspired Nutrition in a mindful morning practice of yoga followed by mindful eating. We’ll begin with an all-levels yoga class focused on stretching and accessible...
VT Grape & Wine Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop
Apr 29, 2019
Montpelier

VT Grape & Wine Workshop | Hunger Mountain Coop

As part of Hunger Mountain Coop's Earth Month, Doug Becker of Montpelier Vineyards and Zea Luce from the Vermont Fresh Network will offer a fun, educational, and delicious mini-workshop on Vermont grapes and wine.  What makes VT different...
The Dish: The Wild World of Fermentation
May 1, 2019
Burlington

The Dish: The Wild World of Fermentation

Recently, there’s been a rise in popularity of fermented food and beverages, but this ancient technique has been around since the Stone Age. Traditionally used as a means to preserve food, the technology has evolved to encompass a broad...
Culinary Class – The Secret Life of Chocolate | Brattleboro
May 9, 2019
Brattleboro

Culinary Class – The Secret Life of Chocolate | Brattleboro

On Thursday, May 9 – come to the River Garden and learn the secrets of artisanal chocolate making with chocolatier Kerstin Roos! Bring a date and discover a new passion together, or sign Mom up as a sweet Mother’s Day gift!Class fee...
Spring Wildcrafting: Greens & Mushrooms | Shelburne Farms
May 11, 2019
Shelburne

Spring Wildcrafting: Greens & Mushrooms | Shelburne Farms

Are you intrigued by the wild world of mushroom and plant foraging? Join Ari Rockland-Miller of The Mushroom Forager on a guided tour of spring’s wild tastes and tonics. In May, the woods burst with a profusion of tender new greens and...
Chelle's Sushi Making Class
May 14, 2019
Richmond

Chelle's Sushi Making Class

Come embrace Japanese cuisine and culture in a sushi making class with Chelle!Learn to make traditional and non-traditional sushi preparations and take home with you the techniques to make sushi making at home fun and innovative! Sushi...
Weed Walk and Nettle Pesto Making with Spoonful Herbals
May 16, 2019
Shelburne

Weed Walk and Nettle Pesto Making with Spoonful Herbals

LOCATION: Farm Barn FEE: $20 Learn how to sustainably harvest nettles and then process them into a nutrient dense nettle pesto to take home.Spoonful Herbals is the collaborative effort of community herbalists and educators Katherine Elmer...
Sun to Cheese Tour | Shelburne Farms
May 17, 2019
Shelburne

Sun to Cheese Tour | Shelburne Farms

FEE: $20/person (includes a block of cheddar!) Where does the story of our delicious Farmhouse Cheddar Cheese begin? Come join us on a behind-the-scenes tour to discover the art and science of cheesemaking. Visit the dairy, meet the cow...
Beginning Organic Beekeeping Class | Metta Earth Institute
May 18 - 19, 2019
Lincoln

Beginning Organic Beekeeping Class | Metta Earth Institute

This class provides an introduction for folks interested in small scale and part-time (backyard) beekeeping. Ross will present a balanced view of natural and organic beekeeping topics and practices including:location and equipment...
Cooking with Wild Things
May 18, 2019
Burlington

Cooking with Wild Things

In this class, we’ll use wild-harvested plants from Vermont's woods and fields to make creative, exciting dishes. Join us to build your skills and become a more confident and inspired cook! When we're done in the kitchen, we'll all dine on...
Square Foot Gardening 2.0 | City Market
May 19, 2019
Burlington

Square Foot Gardening 2.0 | City Market

South End Store Square Foot Gardening 2.0 is open and accessible to anyone! The Square Foot Gardening method is an easy way to plan and plant your garden, using permanent beds to maximize production in small spaces. Peter Burke will join...
Sun to Cheese Tour | Shelburne Farms
May 24, 2019
Shelburne

Sun to Cheese Tour | Shelburne Farms

FEE: $20/person (includes a block of cheddar!) Where does the story of our delicious Farmhouse Cheddar Cheese begin? Come join us on a behind-the-scenes tour to discover the art and science of cheesemaking. Visit the dairy, meet the cow...
Perfect Party Bites | The Inn at Weathersfield
May 25, 2019
Perkinsville

Perfect Party Bites | The Inn at Weathersfield

Join pastry chef and instructor Stephanie Taft inside The Hidden Kitchen classroom for this hands-on cooking class on Saturday May 25 from 11 am - 2 pm and learn how to make delicious sweet and savory party bites that your guests won't...
Community Farming & Grassland Birds | Shelburne Farms
May 28, 2019
Shelburne

Community Farming & Grassland Birds | Shelburne Farms

LOCATION: Coach Barn FEE: Free Come hear the stories of individual grassland birds and their young and be inspired as Vermont landowners and communities to halt the declining populations of these birds in the northeastern United State...
Nourish Vermont: Traditional Foods and Health Gathering
May 31 - Jun 1, 2019
Shelburne

Nourish Vermont: Traditional Foods and Health Gathering

LOCATION: Coach Barn FEE: Sliding scale, $25-$100 each day (includes lunch Friday & Saturday) tuition assistance available upon request. REGISTER:  Register for Nourish Vermont 2019 Come learn the core principles of traditional diet...
Sun to Cheese Tour | Shelburne Farms
May 31, 2019
Shelburne

Sun to Cheese Tour | Shelburne Farms

FEE: $20/person (includes a block of cheddar!) Where does the story of our delicious Farmhouse Cheddar Cheese begin? Come join us on a behind-the-scenes tour to discover the art and science of cheesemaking. Visit the dairy, meet the cow...
Let's Do Brunch | The Inn at Weathersfield
Jun 1, 2019
Perkinsville

Let's Do Brunch | The Inn at Weathersfield

Join Denise Atland for this hands-on class inside the Hidden Kitchen on Saturday, June 1 from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm. Menu includes: Chai fruit compote with yogurt parfait, Chef's Crème Brule French Toast with berries, Scones with two special...
Butter, Yogurt & Cheese Making
Jun 1, 2019
Bethel

Butter, Yogurt & Cheese Making

At Earthwise Farm and Forest have fun making delicious food in a cozy kitchen setting. Food tasting, hands on learning, and great discussions will be had as we learn and create. We will make Fromage Blanc, Ricotta, Butter, and a couple...
Make and Take Tuesday: Shade Loving Planter | Red Wagon Plants
Jun 4, 2019
Hinesburg

Make and Take Tuesday: Shade Loving Planter | Red Wagon Plants

Learn all about the right plants to grow in a planter for a shady nook. We will have lots of plants for your selection, nice pots to choose from and some snacks and beverages to make your time at the greenhouses fun and productive. We will...
Slow Living Summit 2019
Jun 6 - 7, 2019
Brattleboro

Slow Living Summit 2019

The goal of The Future of Women in Food Entrepreneurship Summit is to bring together women and men in the farm and food industries and provide them with the tools, resources, and mentorship needed in growing socially responsible...
Strolling of the Heifers 2019
Jun 7 - 9, 2019
Brattleboro

Strolling of the Heifers 2019

A weekend of fun and education for the whole family, built around the world-famous, agriculturally-themed Strolling of the Heifers Parade. Come down to Brattleboro’s historic Main Street and dance to the MOOOsic on Saturday, June 8!The...
Ingredient Spotlight: All Things Onion | The Kitchen at The Store
Jun 8, 2019
Waitsfield

Ingredient Spotlight: All Things Onion | The Kitchen at The Store

A staple to almost every meal, onions provide a foundation for flavor. Using a variety of veggies from the allium family, we will learn how to not only create that flavor base, but elevate it using onions as the forefront ingredient. $60...
Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk with Julia Shaw
Jun 9, 2019
Shelburne

Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk with Julia Shaw

Back by popular demand, our Farm to Medicine Cabinet series returns to the Farm! The farm landscapes are capable of so much more than the first meets the eye: they produce nourishing foods, but also give us powerful plant-based medicine...
Make and Take Tuesday: Shade Loving Hanging Basket | Red Wagon Plants
Jun 11, 2019
Hinesburg

Make and Take Tuesday: Shade Loving Hanging Basket | Red Wagon Plants

In this class, we will focus on making a hanging basket to hang in a shady area. Learn all about the right perennials, annuals, foliage plants, and even edibles to grow and hang under a roof, on the north side of the house, or in any other...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jun 13, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Date Night | Richmond Community Kitchen
Jun 14, 2019
Richmond

Date Night | Richmond Community Kitchen

Invite your favorite someone to RCK for our next Date Night.Meet other nice folks, create a fabulous meal and have some laughs along the way.This month we're taking a trip south of the border for delicious dishes packed with flavor! Menu...
Tarts, Pies, Oh My | The Inn at Weathersfield
Jun 15, 2019
Perkinsville

Tarts, Pies, Oh My | The Inn at Weathersfield

Come down the rabbit hole with Chef Denise Atland inside the Hidden Kitchen classroom on Saturday, June 15. Menu includes: Key Lime  & Lemon Curd Tarts, Blueberry & Chocolate Crème Pie, Frangipane. Learn all kinds of bakery secret...
Hands On: Prune, Pinch, Trellis and Support in the Garden | Red Wagon Plants
Jun 15, 2019
Hinesburg

Hands On: Prune, Pinch, Trellis and Support in the Garden | Red Wagon Plants

Learn trellising techniques for peas, tomatoes, pole beans, and more in this hands-on workshop. We will also go over proper pruning of tomatoes so that you will maximize yields and help your plants stay as healthy as possible all season...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jun 15, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Management Intensive Grazing Class
Jun 15, 2019
Bethel

Management Intensive Grazing Class

Interested in improving your grazing skills or new to Management Intensive Grazing? This class will employ the teachings of Holistic Management along with the techniques of Management Intensive Grazing (MIG) to assist you in improving...
Sunday School | Dedalus Wine Shop
Jun 16, 2019
Burlington

Sunday School | Dedalus Wine Shop

A new series with Wine Director, Brittany Galbraith. Each week Brittany will be shining a light on a new region, style or producer. This intimate 45 minute class is an opportunity to discover new winemakers, regions and varietal...
Organic Mushroom Farming & Mycoremediation | Sterling College
Jun 17 - 21, 2019
Craftsbury

Organic Mushroom Farming & Mycoremediation | Sterling College

Mushroom Mountain’s Tradd Cotter leads an exclusive five-day immersion course that dives into mushroom ecology and basic identification, farm reproduction methods and cultivation, mycoremediation, and medicinal mushrooms, extracts, and...
Make and Take Tuesday: Cottage Garden in a Crate | Red Wagon Plants
Jun 18, 2019
Hinesburg

Make and Take Tuesday: Cottage Garden in a Crate | Red Wagon Plants

In this workshop, we will be turning an apple crate into a miniature cottage garden complete with trellis, climbing plant, tall and wispy flowers, and billowing fillers and spillers that will transform a corner of your deck, porch, or...
Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk with Emma Merritt
Jun 19, 2019
Shelburne

Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk with Emma Merritt

Back by popular demand, our Farm to Medicine Cabinet series returns to the Farm! The farm landscapes are capable of so much more than the first meets the eye: they produce nourishing foods, but also give us powerful plant-based medicine...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jun 20, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Introduction to Pollinator Gardens | Red Wagon Plants
Jun 22, 2019
Hinesburg

Introduction to Pollinator Gardens | Red Wagon Plants

This workshop filled up quickly in April and we're offering it again so that more people can learn how to create beautiful and beneficial pollinator gardens. Join Hattie White for a step-by-step look at how to help our most vulnerable...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jun 22, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Chef's Table: Summer Solstice | The Kitchen at The Store
Jun 22, 2019
Waitsfield

Chef's Table: Summer Solstice | The Kitchen at The Store

Starting with the longest day of the year, summer highlights not only warm weather but also amazing fruits and vegetables with bright and exciting flavors. In this class we will highlight restaurant-quality dishes perfect for cooling off...
The Art of Fermentation | Sterling College
Jun 24 - 28, 2019
Craftsbury

The Art of Fermentation | Sterling College

World-renowned fermentation educator and author Sandor Katz leads this hands-on exploration of the production of fermented vegetables, fruits, grains, and beans. Students will learn processes for fermenting primarily plant-based material...
Herbal Tea Party with Spoonful Herbals | Shelburne Farms
Jun 26, 2019
Shelburne

Herbal Tea Party with Spoonful Herbals | Shelburne Farms

Celebrate and savor the delicate flavors of summer with Spoonful Herbals and “Afternoon Teatime” overlooking the lake and flower gardens from the North Porch of the Inn! Local herbalists Katherine Elmer and Kara Buchanan will provide...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jun 27, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jun 29, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Ingredient Spotlight: Berry Season | The Kitchen at The Store
Jun 29, 2019
Waitsfield

Ingredient Spotlight: Berry Season | The Kitchen at The Store

This is a class for berry lovers. Focused around these small fruits, we will be making dishes highlighting the freshness and versatility of different types of berries, not only in the realm of sweet but also savory. $60 fee. Hands-on. You...
From the Herb Farm Kitchen: Grilling with Herbs | Red Wagon Plants
Jun 29, 2019
Hinesburg

From the Herb Farm Kitchen: Grilling with Herbs | Red Wagon Plants

Join cookbook author Molly Stevens and Red Wagon Plants owner, Julie Rubaud, in this fun evening of grilling, eating, and talking herbs. We will demonstrate some easy and fun new ways to grill over charcoal using herbs. Dishes will include...
Slow Birding in the Sugarbush | Hi Vue Maples
Jun 30, 2019
Richford

Slow Birding in the Sugarbush | Hi Vue Maples

Bird Diva Bridget Butler will share the practice of Slow Birding and how you can awaken your innate birding skills and reconnect with nature. She’ll share a variety of techniques that will help you look at birds, listen to them and...
Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms
Jul 2, 2019
Shelburne

Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms

Back by popular demand, our Farm to Medicine Cabinet series returns to the Farm this summer! The farm landscapes are capable of so much more than the first meets the eye: they produce nourishing foods, but also give us powerful plant-based...
Chef's Table: Bounty of Summer | The Kitchen at The Store
Jul 5, 2019
Waitsfield

Chef's Table: Bounty of Summer | The Kitchen at The Store

Tomatoes, fresh seafood and vegetables as far as the eye can see. With the dog days of summer among us, it is no surprise that some of the best ingredients come around. This class focuses on restaurant-quality summer flavors to impre...
Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats
Jul 6, 2019
Windsor

Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats

When we nurture and love our whole body, our soul reaps many rewards. Join Hatha Mama Yoga and Artisan Eats for a series of classes dedicated to the whole.Ayurveda is a traditional Indian medicine, much like yoga, which cultivates a...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jul 11, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Cheese and Cider Class | Mad River Taste Place
Jul 12, 2019
Waitsfield

Cheese and Cider Class | Mad River Taste Place

Join us for an amazing evening of cheese and cider! Adam from Eden Cider will be here with six different cider varieties. He will talk about how they are made, what makes them unique, and what to look for when tasting cider. Molly from...
Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats
Jul 13, 2019
Windsor

Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats

When we nurture and love our whole body, our soul reaps many rewards. Join Hatha Mama Yoga and Artisan Eats for a series of classes dedicated to the whole.Ayurveda is a traditional Indian medicine, much like yoga, which cultivates a...
Garden Medicine Workshop | Retreat Farm
Jul 13, 2019
Brattleboro

Garden Medicine Workshop | Retreat Farm

Learn about ethical wild-harvesting and beginning a basic home herbal practice through an exploration of the plant world at Retreat Farm. This hands-on workshop will offer you an overview of home-scale herbalism and provide guidelines for...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jul 13, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms
Jul 14, 2019
Shelburne

Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms

Back by popular demand, our Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk Series returns to the Farm this summer! Our farm landscapes are capable of so much more than the first meets the eye: they produce nourishing foods, but also give us powerful...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jul 18, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats
Jul 20, 2019
Windsor

Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats

When we nurture and love our whole body, our soul reaps many rewards. Join Hatha Mama Yoga and Artisan Eats for a series of classes dedicated to the whole.Ayurveda is a traditional Indian medicine, much like yoga, which cultivates a...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jul 20, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jul 25, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Ingredient Spotlight: From Cherry to Heirloom | The Kitchen at The Store
Jul 25, 2019
Waitsfield

Ingredient Spotlight: From Cherry to Heirloom | The Kitchen at The Store

Tuh-MAY-toh or Tuh-MAH-to? Pronunciation doesn't matter when it comes to this fabulous nutritious fruit known as a vegetable, which was once considered poisonous. In this class we will create some great dishes based on this round, lusciou...
Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats
Jul 27, 2019
Windsor

Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats

When we nurture and love our whole body, our soul reaps many rewards. Join Hatha Mama Yoga and Artisan Eats for a series of classes dedicated to the whole.Ayurveda is a traditional Indian medicine, much like yoga, which cultivates a...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Jul 27, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Ladles and Spoons: Summer Sauces and Salsas | The Kitchen at The Store
Jul 27, 2019
Waitsfield

Ladles and Spoons: Summer Sauces and Salsas | The Kitchen at The Store

Summer sauces are easy to make and add a refreshing aspect to many foods. Come learn how to create some of these sauces at home to ignite your creative side and add unique spices and fresh flavors to your meals. $60 fee. Hands-on. You must...
Create Two Flower Arrangements | New Leaf Organics
Jul 28, 2019
Bristol

Create Two Flower Arrangements | New Leaf Organics

First we’ll give you a short garden tour so you can see what’s growing here at New Leaf Organics. Then, you’ll stroll through our gardens and gather your own stems to create with. Spend an hour or so in our flower barn creating up to 2...
Field to Fork: Wild Food Cooking Series
Jul 30, 2019

Field to Fork: Wild Food Cooking Series

Whether it’s fresh fish, bear, or deer; Vermont’s streams, lakes and woods are teeming with an abundance of food that is rooted in Vermont – as long as someone knows how to cook it, of course. That’s why Vermont Fish & Wildlife i...
Fun with Food: Pizzas and Flatbreads | The Kitchen at The Store
Jul 31, 2019
Waitsfield

Fun with Food: Pizzas and Flatbreads | The Kitchen at The Store

From tarts to pizzas, flatbreads are a fantastic way to incorporate flavors with a dough serving as the vessel. In this class we will be looking at a few different takes on the classic pizza and elevating it to new levels. $60 fee...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 1, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats
Aug 3, 2019
Windsor

Yoga and Food Series | Artisan Eats

When we nurture and love our whole body, our soul reaps many rewards. Join Hatha Mama Yoga and Artisan Eats for a series of classes dedicated to the whole.Ayurveda is a traditional Indian medicine, much like yoga, which cultivates a...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 3, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Field to Fork: Wild Food Cooking Series
Aug 7, 2019

Field to Fork: Wild Food Cooking Series

Whether it’s fresh fish, bear, or deer; Vermont’s streams, lakes and woods are teeming with an abundance of food that is rooted in Vermont – as long as someone knows how to cook it, of course. That’s why Vermont Fish & Wildlife i...
Food Tripping in VT with Cheese Journeys
Aug 8 - 13, 2019

Food Tripping in VT with Cheese Journeys

Tour Overview​Hop on the bus with us for cheese, bites, beer, cider and more! Join Anna Juhl and her co-hosts Tenaya Darlington (aka Madame Fromage) and local Vermont food expert Jeff Roberts for a nine-day artisan cheese, food, and brew...
Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms
Aug 8, 2019
Shelburne

Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms

Back by popular demand, our Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk Series returns to the Farm this summer! Our farm landscapes are capable of so much more than the first meets the eye: they produce nourishing foods, but also give us powerful...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 8, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Kingdom Farm and Food Days
Aug 9 - 15, 2019

Kingdom Farm and Food Days

Kingdom Farm & Food days, now in its 10th year, lures residents and visitors alike to workshops, farm dinners, and agricultural events hosted by a collection of event partners across the region.   Come and explore our region’s rich...
Mozzarella Making 101 at Bread and Butter Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 9, 2019
Shelburne

Mozzarella Making 101 at Bread and Butter Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week

Join City Market on Open Creamery Day for this special Mozzarella Making 101 class, Open Farm Week edition! This class is anything but cheesy. No, really, this class is the "whey" to go!  All jokes aside, if you're looking to up your...
Indigo Dying Class with Artist Maggie Pate at Philo Ridge Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 10, 2019
Charlotte

Indigo Dying Class with Artist Maggie Pate at Philo Ridge Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week

Explore indigo, the most popular of natural dyes, with talented textile artist Maggie Pate. Bring up to three items to dye in the indigo dye vat and learn about indigo as a dye material. This is a great opportunity to get creative and...
Cheese Education Day | Shelburne Farms
Aug 10, 2019
Shelburne

Cheese Education Day | Shelburne Farms

For cheese enthusiasts and curious minds-- new this year as part of the 2019 Vermont Cheesemakers Festival!The first ever Education Day on Saturday, August 10 from 10:00am - 4:00pm offers a deep dive into Vermont cheese with legends of the...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 10, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Natural Dye Intensive Class with Artist Maggie Pate at Philo Ridge Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 10, 2019
Charlotte

Natural Dye Intensive Class with Artist Maggie Pate at Philo Ridge Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week

Learn how to turn food scraps and seasonal plants into magnificent colors in this unique dye class. Textile artist Maggie Pate will guide students in dyeing a cotton bandana, fabric swatches, silk ribbon, and wool yarn from Philo Ridge...
Natural Dye Workshop at Free Verse Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 10, 2019
Chelsea

Natural Dye Workshop at Free Verse Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week

In this outdoor class, Susannah Taylor, owner of the natural dye textile company Earthen Warrior, will introduce you to the basics of natural dyes in a beautiful mountainside setting.In this class, you will get to experiment with an...
Slow Birding with the Bird Diva at Hi Vue Maples | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 11, 2019
Richford

Slow Birding with the Bird Diva at Hi Vue Maples | 2019 Open Farm Week

Bird Diva Bridget Butler will share the practice of Slow Birding and how you can awaken your innate birding skills and reconnect with nature. She’ll share a variety of techniques that will help you look at birds, listen to them, and...
South End Herb Walk with Guido Masé
Aug 12, 2019
Burlington

South End Herb Walk with Guido Masé

Come take a guided walk through Burlington, learning to identify common medicinal plants pushing their way through the cracks in the sidewalks, filling the lawns in our parks, and lining the streets of our city. Guido Masé RH(AHG) is a...
Lavender Essentials of Vermont Lavender Tea Blending Class | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 12, 2019
Derby

Lavender Essentials of Vermont Lavender Tea Blending Class | 2019 Open Farm Week

Create your own tea blend from the native plants you will collect around the lavender farm. Explore the lavender fields, hilly meadows, and woodland areas collecting lavender and other herbs to blend into your own tea! Learn about the...
Virtual Garlic Braiding with Last Resort Farm | Open Farm Week 2020
Aug 14, 2019
Monkton

Virtual Garlic Braiding with Last Resort Farm | Open Farm Week 2020

Garlic braiding blends beauty, spice, and wellness! First, gather the garlic from your garden or pre-order a bundle from Last Resort Farm on their website for pick up (please note that garlic will be available starting in late July). Join...
Cheesemaking in the Farm Kitchen at Rebop Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 14, 2019
Brattleboro

Cheesemaking in the Farm Kitchen at Rebop Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week

This hands-on cheese making class using Rebop Farm's raw cow's milk is designed to be useful for adventurous home cooks and folks that want to buy directly from farmers! You'll make butter, ricotta, and mozzarella, and crème fraîche or...
Field to Fork: Wild Food Cooking Series
Aug 14, 2019

Field to Fork: Wild Food Cooking Series

Whether it’s fresh fish, bear, or deer; Vermont’s streams, lakes and woods are teeming with an abundance of food that is rooted in Vermont – as long as someone knows how to cook it, of course. That’s why Vermont Fish & Wildlife i...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 15, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Worm Castings and Compost Tea Workshops at Black Dirt Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 15, 2019
Stannard

Worm Castings and Compost Tea Workshops at Black Dirt Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week

Join us at Black Dirt Farm for an afternoon of educational workshops and a farm tour. Come at 3:00pm for a Worm Castings 101 Workshop, led by Tom Gilbert, owner of Black Dirt Farm and Brenden Beer, co-owner of Wilson Herb Farm and Cannabi...
Fundamentals of Herbalism with Bruce Ketcham at Smokey House Center | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 15, 2019
Danby

Fundamentals of Herbalism with Bruce Ketcham at Smokey House Center | 2019 Open Farm Week

Have you ever wondered what a tincture or a decoction is or what the difference is between an essential oil and an infused oil? If so, come and join us as we explore the fundamentals of herbalism at Smokey House Center. We’ll learn how to...
Full Moon Farmer Yoga at Crossmolina Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week
Aug 15, 2019
Corinth

Full Moon Farmer Yoga at Crossmolina Farm | 2019 Open Farm Week

Join Anne Bergeron of Crossmolina Farm under the full August moon for an all levels Outdoor Yoga Practice in celebration of Vermont Open Farm Week! The class is free and open to adults, teens, and children of all ages and ranges of...
Bud Grafting Workshop with Orchardist Zeke Goodband | Scott Farm Orchard
Aug 17, 2019
Dummerston

Bud Grafting Workshop with Orchardist Zeke Goodband | Scott Farm Orchard

In this workshop you’ll learn how to graft four different varieties of heirloom apples onto one small apple tree that you’ll take home! At Scott Farm Orchard, they bud graft in mid-August when the bark is in the slip stage and the bud...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 17, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
A Celebration of Sourdough Bread Baking, Fire, and Vermont Foods | Brot Bakehouse School and Kitchen & Brotbakery
Aug 18, 2019
Fairfax

A Celebration of Sourdough Bread Baking, Fire, and Vermont Foods | Brot Bakehouse School and Kitchen & Brotbakery

When: Sunday, August 18 from 11:00am to 3:30pmWhat: A hands-on workshop and class around natural bread making and baking in a wood-fired oven with a farm-to-table style tasting of some of the best artisan foods of the regionCosts: $120 per...
Wine & Cheese Pairing | Shelburne Vineyard
Aug 21, 2019
Shelburne

Wine & Cheese Pairing | Shelburne Vineyard

Join City Market for a guided wine and cheese pairing at Shelburne Vineyard. We’ll tour the vineyard and winery and hear from staff about the emerging Vermont wine industry. This class is ideal for wine lovers interested in learning more...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 22, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Cooking and Mixology Class with Farm-to-Table Meal | Green Mountain Girls Farm
Aug 22, 2019
Northfield

Cooking and Mixology Class with Farm-to-Table Meal | Green Mountain Girls Farm

Lean in and learn!In this field and farm kitchen based cooking and mixology class, Chef Lee Duberman and renaissance mixologist Richard Fink will do hands-on work with participants and coach on techniques in both food and drink...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 24, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Make Your Own Floral Decorated Garlic Braid | New Leaf Organics
Aug 25, 2019
Bristol

Make Your Own Floral Decorated Garlic Braid | New Leaf Organics

We’ll show you how to make floral decorated garlic braids and supply all the things you'll need. Bring your finished braid home as a gift for yourself or a loved one.$40 admission fee.
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 29, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Fresh Cheese Making & Heirloom Apple Pairing Workshop with Rebop Farm | Scott Farm Orchard
Aug 31, 2019
Dummerston

Fresh Cheese Making & Heirloom Apple Pairing Workshop with Rebop Farm | Scott Farm Orchard

This all-new, hands-on fresh cheese making class instructed by Ashlyn Bristle of Rebop Farm in Brattleboro, is designed for adventurous home cooks, cheese appreciators, and folks who want to buy directly from farmers. You'll make butter...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Aug 31, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Wild Mushroom Foray | Shelburne Farms
Sep 1, 2019
Shelburne

Wild Mushroom Foray | Shelburne Farms

Are you intrigued by the wild world of mushroom foraging? Join Ari Rockland-Miller, co-founder of The Mushroom Forager, to identify species fruiting in our region in late-summer and to learn strategy and technique for the ethical and...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 5, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms
Sep 7, 2019
Shelburne

Farm to Medicine Cabinet Plant Walk | Shelburne Farms

Our farm landscapes are capable of so much more than the first meets the eye: they produce nourishing foods, but also give us powerful plant-based medicines from weeds, cover crops, ornamental gardens, forests, and backyards. This “weed...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 7, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 12, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 14, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Create Two Fall Flower Arrangements | New Leaf Organics
Sep 15, 2019
Bristol

Create Two Fall Flower Arrangements | New Leaf Organics

Enjoy choosing your fresh blooms from our gardens and your dried options from our barn and then decide which of our vases or vessels you’d like to use to best work with your designs. Create up to 2 vase arrangements to bring home.$40...
The Art & Science of Herbal Tea - Autumn Edition | Shelburne Farms
Sep 15, 2019
Shelburne

The Art & Science of Herbal Tea - Autumn Edition | Shelburne Farms

Celebrate and savor the earthy flavors of autumn with Spoonful Herbals and “Afternoon Teatime” at the Inn at Shelburne Farms. Local herbalists Katherine Elmer and Kara Buchanan will provide delicious herbal root chai (caffeine free) and...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 19, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 21, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Heirloom Orchard Stroll | Scott Farm Orchard
Sep 22, 2019
Dummerston

Heirloom Orchard Stroll | Scott Farm Orchard

Join Orchardist Zeke Goodband for an informative and entertaining stroll through the heirloom orchards at Scott Farm, otherwise not open to the public. Goodband will discuss the pollinator project and Scott Farm's new bee hotels, the...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 26, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Seasonal Beer and Chocolate Pairing with Zero Gravity | Lake Champlain Chocolates
Sep 26, 2019
Burlington

Seasonal Beer and Chocolate Pairing with Zero Gravity | Lake Champlain Chocolates

Lake Champlain Chocolates (LCC) is celebrating Oktoberfest this year by hosting a beer and chocolate pairing event with local craft brewer Zero Gravity on Thursday September, 26 at their 750 Pine Street Flagship store in Burlington...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Sep 28, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Heirloom Orchard Stroll | Scott Farm Orchard
Sep 29, 2019
Dummerston

Heirloom Orchard Stroll | Scott Farm Orchard

Join Orchardist Zeke Goodband for an informative and entertaining stroll through the heirloom orchards at Scott Farm, otherwise not open to the public. Goodband will discuss the pollinator project and Scott Farm's new bee hotels, the...
Hands-On Pasta & Sauce Workshop | Scott Farm Orchard
Sep 29, 2019
Dummerston

Hands-On Pasta & Sauce Workshop | Scott Farm Orchard

Join award-winning chef Ted Fondulas and his wife, Linda, of Odyssey Events, to make homemade pasta two ways, plus two delicious sauces! Learn to make fresh fettuccine with a traditional Alfredo sauce, the Italian version of mac ...
Raising Chickens - Exploring Food in Your Backyard | Carpenter-Carse Library
Oct 1, 2019
Hinesburg

Raising Chickens - Exploring Food in Your Backyard | Carpenter-Carse Library

Exploring Food in Your Backyard! Grow it. Hunt it. Find it.From September 30 through October 6, 2019, the Vermont Department of Libraries will be teaming up with Rooted in Vermont to promote library programming exploring food found in the...
Winter Wellness and Fire Cider Preparation with Spoonful Herbals | Shelburne Farms
Oct 2, 2019
Shelburne

Winter Wellness and Fire Cider Preparation with Spoonful Herbals | Shelburne Farms

Using ingredients grown here on Shelburne Farms you'll prepare fire cider, a vinegar infusion of herbs and vegetables while learning about the many herbs that can help keep us healthy through the winter months. All participants will bring...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Oct 3, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
7th Draft Animal Power Field Days
Oct 4 - 6, 2019
Shelburne

7th Draft Animal Power Field Days

Friday will focus on intensive workshops and training for beginning and advanced teamsters, with music and fun during the evening hours. Saturday will be aimed more at the general public, with lots to see including timber framing, plowing...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Oct 5, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Yes You Can Can | Center for an Agricultural Economy
Oct 5, 2019
Hardwick

Yes You Can Can | Center for an Agricultural Economy

Grow Your Own will host a free home canning workshop entitled "Yes You Can Can" in Hardwick on Saturday, October 5, 1:30pm to 3:30pm at the Center for an Agricultural Economy. Patti LeBlanc will lead the workshop which will cover...
Heirloom Orchard Stroll | Scott Farm Orchard
Oct 6, 2019
Dummerston

Heirloom Orchard Stroll | Scott Farm Orchard

Join Orchardist Zeke Goodband for an informative and entertaining stroll through the heirloom orchards at Scott Farm, otherwise not open to the public. Goodband will discuss the pollinator project and Scott Farm's new bee hotels, the...
Farm to Medicine Cabinet Intensive Workshop | Shelburne Farms
Oct 6, 2019
Shelburne

Farm to Medicine Cabinet Intensive Workshop | Shelburne Farms

Our farm landscapes are not only capable of producing nourishing foods, but also powerful plant-based medicines from weeds, cover crops, ornamental gardens, forests, and backyards. The “weed walk” will introduce participants to medicinal...
Introduction to Making Hard Cider | Scott Farm Orchard
Oct 6, 2019
Dummerston

Introduction to Making Hard Cider | Scott Farm Orchard

Join Jason MacArthur of Whetstone Ciderworks in Marlboro, VT, in the Apple Barn at Scott Farm, for an introductory class on how to make your own hard cider. Learn about apple varieties, techniques, equipment, yeast strains, fermentation...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Oct 10, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Burlington Edible History Tour
Oct 12, 2019
Burlington

Burlington Edible History Tour

Part food. Part history. Vermont’s Burlington Edible History Tour takes you back in time to connect the history of Burlington’s early ethnic groups to their food traditions when farm-to-table was a way of life. During a 1.5-mile walk...
Cooking for Health with Harmonized Cookery | The Garage Cultural Center
Oct 17, 2019
Montpelier

Cooking for Health with Harmonized Cookery | The Garage Cultural Center

Join Lisa Mase' of Harmonized Cookery and The Garage Cultural Center to learn more about cooking the abundance of Vermont's harvest! The class will explore the health benefits of ingredients, cook delicious food, and savor the results. You...
Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa
Oct 18, 2019
Essex

Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa

The hands-on classes at Cook Academy are perfect for cooks of every level, whether you spend all your free time in the kitchen or leave the cooking to someone else. Our renowned chefs love to share their passion for food and are patient...
Free Chocolate Sculpture Demo | Lake Champlain Chocolates
Oct 19, 2019
Burlington

Free Chocolate Sculpture Demo | Lake Champlain Chocolates

It’s Choctoberfest at Lake Champlain Chocolates Flagship store on Pine Street. The family-owned chocolate company has several events lined up to celebrate the fall season.Have you ever wondered how Chocolate Sculptress, Emily McCracken...
Gigrow Presentation | Shelburne Farms
Oct 22, 2019
Shelburne

Gigrow Presentation | Shelburne Farms

Learn about GiGrow, an innovative vertical indoor growing system that enables year-round production of certified organic crops without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides. It also has almost zero carbon footprint. GiGrow i...
Cocktail Class with Olive Robb of Honey Road | Mad River Distillers
Oct 24, 2019
Burlington

Cocktail Class with Olive Robb of Honey Road | Mad River Distillers

This is a Cocktail Class with an amazing Eastern Mediterranean twist!The guest teacher is Olive Robb of Honey Road Restaurant! She has been bartending there since opening and now runs the cocktail program. She has been bartending for over...
Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa
Oct 25, 2019
Essex

Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa

The hands-on classes at Cook Academy are perfect for cooks of every level, whether you spend all your free time in the kitchen or leave the cooking to someone else. Our renowned chefs love to share their passion for food and are patient...
Cider and Chocolate Paring with Citizen Cider | Lake Champlain Chocolates
Oct 25, 2019
Burlington

Cider and Chocolate Paring with Citizen Cider | Lake Champlain Chocolates

It’s Choctoberfest at Lake Champlain Chocolates Flagship store on Pine Street. The family-owned chocolate company has several events lined up to celebrate the fall season.Cider & chocolate pairing? Yes please! Citizen Cider and Lake...
Artisan Baking: Delectable Pastries with Sourdough | Brotbakery
Oct 27, 2019
Fairfax

Artisan Baking: Delectable Pastries with Sourdough | Brotbakery

France, Austria, Italy, and Germany are places where some of the most popular pastries come from, but how were they traditionally made and how did they change over time? In this class, you'll go back to the origins of many of the pastrie...
Family Night Out: Kids Cook, Parents Relax, and Everyone Eats! | Richmond Community Kitchen
Oct 27, 2019
Richmond

Family Night Out: Kids Cook, Parents Relax, and Everyone Eats! | Richmond Community Kitchen

Parents relax, children learn to cook, and then ALL come together to share a meal.Balance Yoga, Richmond Community Kitchen (RCK), and RiseVT are excited to be offering a unique night out! The adults will drop children off (ages 6 and up...
Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa
Nov 1, 2019
Essex

Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa

The hands-on classes at Cook Academy are perfect for cooks of every level, whether you spend all your free time in the kitchen or leave the cooking to someone else. Our renowned chefs love to share their passion for food and are patient...
Rye Breads, Vollkornbrot, and Pumpernickel | Brotbakery
Nov 3, 2019
Fairfax

Rye Breads, Vollkornbrot, and Pumpernickel | Brotbakery

This class is an in-depth journey into the world of rye, whole grains, and sprouted breads and their unique traditions.Learn how to work with some underappreciated grains and taste breads and pastries that are surprisingly versatile and...
Intro to Veggie Fermentation with Sobremesa | City Market
Nov 4, 2019
Burlington

Intro to Veggie Fermentation with Sobremesa | City Market

In this class, you will learn about the time-honored tradition of fermentation to preserve vegetables as well as the benefits of consuming nutrient-dense raw fermented foods. This will be a fun and casual evening of preparing veggie...
Pierogi Class | Richmond Community Kitchen
Nov 6, 2019
Richmond

Pierogi Class | Richmond Community Kitchen

Luiza Bloomberg is continuing with her ever popular pierogi making class. Join Richmond Community Kitchen (RCK) to learn the art of Polish pierogi making! Luiza was raised along the Polish-Ukranian border and grew up making and eating thi...
Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa
Nov 8, 2019
Essex

Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa

The hands-on classes at Cook Academy are perfect for cooks of every level, whether you spend all your free time in the kitchen or leave the cooking to someone else. Our renowned chefs love to share their passion for food and are patient...
CiderTerra: Harvest Celebration at ECHO
Nov 8, 2019
Burlington

CiderTerra: Harvest Celebration at ECHO

The second CiderTerra event is Friday, November 8 from 6:30pm - 9:30pm at Echo, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain! Join in the harvest season celebration with local cider makers, cheese pairings, VIP Pairing Event, and...
Special Pastry Workshop - Stollen and Panettone | Brotbakery
Nov 10, 2019
Fairfax

Special Pastry Workshop - Stollen and Panettone | Brotbakery

This is an intensive day-long class that will focus of the techniques of two iconic items of European holiday baking, Stollen and Panettone. This class is open to everybody with an interest in baking, but it's most enjoyed by those with an...
Yin & Tonic: Yoga with a Twist | Caledonia Spirits
Nov 10, 2019
Montpelier

Yin & Tonic: Yoga with a Twist | Caledonia Spirits

On Sunday, November 10, join Chrissy Lafavour from Grateful Yoga for a 60-minute Yin yoga class. After the class, enjoy a Barr Hill Gin & Tonic made with house made tonic (fresh squeezed juices, fresh citrus zest, juniper berrie...
Ethiopian Cooking Class - Vegetarian Sauces | Richmond Community Kitchen
Nov 12, 2019
Richmond

Ethiopian Cooking Class - Vegetarian Sauces | Richmond Community Kitchen

Learn simple techniques to prepare ethnic food that is rich in flavor. Ethiopian/Eritrean cooking relies on a diverse range of herbs and roots to develop characteristics quintessential to the cuisine. In this hands-on class, you'll be...
Cheese 101: The Fundamentals | City Market
Nov 12, 2019
Burlington

Cheese 101: The Fundamentals | City Market

How would you like to snack on some cheese while you learn about it? In Cheese 101, you'll explore the different major styles of cheese, what makes them unique, how they are made, and where they originated. Some of the styles of cheese...
Addison County Relocalization Network Annual Meeting
Nov 13, 2019
Middlebury

Addison County Relocalization Network Annual Meeting

This is a great night to learn about local food and agriculture programs in the Champlain Valley, meet others interested in local food, and, of course, eat local!Keynote speakers Nancy and John Hayden of The Farm Between will discuss their...
Soup to Nuts: An Eccentric History of Food | Deborah Rawson Memorial Library
Nov 14, 2019

Soup to Nuts: An Eccentric History of Food | Deborah Rawson Memorial Library

The history of what and how we eat encompasses everything from the prehistoric mammoth luau to the medieval banquet to the modern three squares a day. Presented by writer Rebecca Rupp, this talk let attendees find out about the rocky...
Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa
Nov 15, 2019
Essex

Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa

The hands-on classes at Cook Academy are perfect for cooks of every level, whether you spend all your free time in the kitchen or leave the cooking to someone else. Our renowned chefs love to share their passion for food and are patient...
A Breakfast Table in France | Brotbakery
Nov 17, 2019
Fairfax

A Breakfast Table in France | Brotbakery

What better way to explore the flavors of a delicious French breakfast than making some of France's (and the world's) most outstanding pastries? Croissants and crêpes rule the world's breakfast and brunch tables to this day and there are...
Agricultural Literacy Week - Tracey Medeiros | Manchester Community Library
Nov 17, 2019

Agricultural Literacy Week - Tracey Medeiros | Manchester Community Library

The Manchester Community Library is pleased to host Tracey Medeiros on Sunday, November 17 for a freewheeling discussion of her life as a chef and farm-focused cookbook author. Medeiros has written five cookbooks including The Vermont...
10th Annual Agricultural Literacy Week
Nov 18 - 24, 2019

10th Annual Agricultural Literacy Week

The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont (NOFA-VT), in partnership with the Vermont Department of Libraries and the Vermont Agency of Food and Markets, announces the 10th annual Agricultural Literacy Week, November 18 - 24...
Agricultural Literacy Week - Andrea Chesman | Ilsley Public Library
Nov 18, 2019
Middlebury

Agricultural Literacy Week - Andrea Chesman | Ilsley Public Library

Monday, November 18 from 1:00pm - 2:00pm, the Ilsley Public Library is hosting Andrea Chesman, renowned Vermont cookbook author. Andrea will lead a discussion about cooking and baking with animal fats—lard, tallow (from beef, sheep or...
Pennywise Pantry Tour | City Market
Nov 19, 2019
Burlington

Pennywise Pantry Tour | City Market

With this interactive and hands-on tour, participants will learn how to shop for affordable, fresh, long-lasting, and nutritious foods at City Market. Begin by exploring the Produce and Bulk departments, learning a simple method for...
Agricultural Literacy Week - UVM | Howe Library
Nov 19, 2019
Burlington

Agricultural Literacy Week - UVM | Howe Library

Celebrate agricultural literacy with the UVM Eco-Reps and Howe Library! They'll be highlighting Vermont’s cultural traditions through food samples and giving out bookmarks!
Agricultural Literacy Week - Katie Webster | Vermont State Library
Nov 19, 2019
Barre

Agricultural Literacy Week - Katie Webster | Vermont State Library

The opening event for Agricultural Literacy Week will be held at the Vermont State Library, located at 60 Washington Street in Barre, on Tuesday, November 19 from 5:00pm - 7:00pm. Free Parking is available on both sides of Washington...
Agricultural Literacy Week - Jeffrey Hammelman | Norwich Library
Nov 21, 2019
Norwich

Agricultural Literacy Week - Jeffrey Hammelman | Norwich Library

The Norwich Library is hosting Jeffery Hammelman, master baker, as part of Agricultural Literacy Week. Hammelman will lead a discussion on the wonders of bread. A tasting will highlight King Arthur breads. Please join the Norwich Library...
Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa
Nov 22, 2019
Essex

Cooking With Vermont Beer - Cook Academy Class | The Essex Resort and Spa

The hands-on classes at Cook Academy are perfect for cooks of every level, whether you spend all your free time in the kitchen or leave the cooking to someone else. Our renowned chefs love to share their passion for food and are patient...
A Taste of Autumn | Shelburne Farms
Nov 23, 2019
Shelburne

A Taste of Autumn | Shelburne Farms

Join Shelburne Farms in the kitchen, cook some tasty treats together using some Vermont fall favorites, and learn about where they come from!This program will take place in the McClure Education Center in the Farm Barn at Shelburne...
Kids Make and Bake Pies | Richmond Community Kitchen
Nov 24, 2019
Richmond

Kids Make and Bake Pies | Richmond Community Kitchen

What is Thanksgiving without a pie?! Join Miss Holly in the RCK kitchen for some serious, pie-making fun! Everyone will make a pie (from scratch!) to take home and bake (instructions included). Miss Holly will share some of her tips and...
Winter Gifts & Craftmaking | Shelburne Farms
Dec 8, 2019
Shelburne

Winter Gifts & Craftmaking | Shelburne Farms

Learn how to make easy holiday goodies to give as gifts, and create “green” crafts with natural and recycled materials. Some examples of past gifts include - pine sachets, felted soaps, tree cookie coasters, lake rock magnets, driftwood...
German Holiday Baking | Brotbakery
Dec 8, 2019
Fairfax

German Holiday Baking | Brotbakery

This class is all about the rich holiday baking traditions of Germany, Austria and the surrounding areas and includes hands-on teachings of traditional techniques and recipes. We end the class with a tasting called Advents-Kaffeetrinken...
Winter Gifts & Craftmaking | Shelburne Farms
Dec 8, 2019
Shelburne

Winter Gifts & Craftmaking | Shelburne Farms

Learn how to make easy holiday goodies to give as gifts, and create “green” crafts with natural and recycled materials. Some examples of past gifts include - pine sachets, felted soaps, tree cookie coasters, lake rock magnets, driftwood...
Create a Winter Centerpiece | Shelburne Farms
Dec 8, 2019
Shelburne

Create a Winter Centerpiece | Shelburne Farms

Please join Inn at Shelburne Farms floral designers Victoria Dilley and Abby Todia for an afternoon creating a winter evergreen centerpiece. Various evergreen foliage, pine cones, and berries collected from the Shelburne Farms landscape...
Winter Wellness with Spoonful Herbals | Shelburne Farms
Dec 11, 2019
Shelburne

Winter Wellness with Spoonful Herbals | Shelburne Farms

Join community herbalists Katherine Elmer and Kara Buchanan to explore key herbal strategies to prevent and relieve symptoms of common winter ailments. Participants will learn how to make elderberry and wild cherry bark syrup, simple and...
Gingerbread Houses and Cocktails | Barr Hill by Caledonia Spirits
Dec 12, 2019
Montpelier

Gingerbread Houses and Cocktails | Barr Hill by Caledonia Spirits

Gingerbread Houses + Barr Hill Cocktails = a festive evening for bakers and non-bakers alike. Sugar and spice and edible solar panels, that’s what gingerbread houses are made of. SunCommon is hosting the first annual GINgerbread Festival...
Vegan Holiday Baking for Everyone | Richmond Community Kitchen
Dec 12, 2019
Richmond

Vegan Holiday Baking for Everyone | Richmond Community Kitchen

Bring everyone to the table with this primer on vegan baking. For those of us who have friends and loved ones who choose a vegan lifestyle, creating an all-inclusive holiday feast can seem challenging to navigate. In this class you'll...
Holiday Cookie Decorating (Grades 1-8) | Richmond Community Kitchen
Dec 15, 2019
Richmond

Holiday Cookie Decorating (Grades 1-8) | Richmond Community Kitchen

'Tis the season - for sweet treats!!Join Miss Holly for a fun afternoon of cookie decorating. You’ll have cookies from all around the world to bake, decorate and take home to share. There will be lots of hot chocolate and holiday tunes on...
Holiday Blooms | Fresh Tracks Farm Vineyard & Winery
Dec 18, 2019
Berlin

Holiday Blooms | Fresh Tracks Farm Vineyard & Winery

Join Alice's Table of Vermont at Fresh Tracks to create a beautiful holiday arrangement while enjoying $5 glasses of wine. Take this opportunity to find the perfect pairings for your holiday meals. At the end of the evening you'll take...
Holiday Cocktail Class with Olive Robb of Honey Road | Mad River Distillers
Dec 19, 2019
Burlington

Holiday Cocktail Class with Olive Robb of Honey Road | Mad River Distillers

Mad River Distillers is bringing Olive Robb back for another cocktail class!Join Olive Robb of Honey Road as she takes you through all the mixology preparation you need for this holiday season!Olive has has been bartending at Honey Road...
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