Here is a list of Community & Non-Profit Events coming soon in our area:
Friday, August 17th
Westport Cemetery Association Hillside Restoration presents a roast turkey dinner and silent auction at the Westport Hotel on Main Street at 5pm. The suggested donation is $25. Learn more by calling 518-962-4545
Saturday, August 18th
Atlantis Baroque presents a recorder, cello, harpsichord and vocalist concert of 18th Century music at the Unitarian Congregational Church in Jeffersonville at 7:30pm. Admission is by donation.
The Isle of Patmos Masonic Lodge, 40 South Street in South Hero is having a buffet breakfast from 7:30am to 10:30am. All are welcome.
Billings Farm and Museum in Woodstock celebrates “Heritage Chicken Day” featuring various breeds and chicken themed games and crafts.
Shirley’s Cleaning Out Craft Benefit Sale takes place at 4013 Route 78 in Highgate Center from 9am to 2pm to benefit the Highgate Methodist Community Center.
The Ferrisburgh Volunteer Fire Department is having its annual chicken barbecue from 4:30pm to 7pm at the fire station.
The first Poker Ride for the Sonny M. Armstrong scholarship fund from Highgate Center to Grand Isle starts at 9am and concludes with a cookout. Find details on Facebook or email email@example.com
The Plattsburgh Farmers and Crafters Market in downtown features “Safety Day” with a variety of organizations, activities and fun for the whole family.
Saturday and Sunday, August 18th & 19th
Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum at 250 River Road in Peru, New York is hosting a Rural Heritage & Antique Tractor weekend from 10am to 4pm both days. Learn more at www.babbiemuseum.org
The town of Bridport is holding its annual Town-Wide Yard Sale from 9am to 4pm both days. Maps are available at Pratt’s Store.
Sunday, August 19th
St. Patrick’s Church in Rouses Point is holding its “Sixth Antique and Classic Car Show” from 10am to 3pm, when awards and trophies will be presented. There is also a craft show in the church basement. Pre-registration prior to the show is $15 and registration is $20 the day of the show. Call George at 518-297-6778
The 163rd Annual Redford Picnic is being held on the grounds of the Church of the Assumption Parish Center, 168 Church Street in Redford from 11:30am to 6pm. There will games, food, music and rides on one of the oldest merry-go-rounds in North America.
The Ethan Allen Homestead Museum off of the Beltline on the Intervale in Burlington presents Red Martin with “Keeping the Home (or Cave) Fires Burning” at 2pm. It is free, but donations are appreciated.
St. John the Baptist Church, Missisquoi Street in Enosburg Falls is having a chicken barbecue at 11am until all is gone.
Monday, August 20th
The 7th Annual All Charity Golf Tournament is being held at Burlington Country Club at 10am. There is team charity of choice. It is presented by the Vermont Agency Foundation. Find details on Facebook,
Tuesday, August 21st
“Honduras Latin Night” from 5pm-to-8pm at the North Hero House Pier. This benefit dinner for Angels of Honduras will feature authentic Honduran food, an open bar, a live Latin Jazz Band, and a Silent Auction. Angels for Honduras helps underprivileged Honduran children get an education so they can lift themselves out of poverty and make a contribution to society. Call the North Hero House for more information: 802-372-4732.
Pre-register to attend the Cultural Grants Free Seminar on Adirondack Quad-County Grant information at Lake Placid Center for the Arts at 3pm. Contact Chelsea@adirondackarts.org
Wednesday, August 22nd
The free Clinton County Caregiver Support Group for all unpaid caregivers of anyone 60 years of age and older is being held at St. Peter’s Church in Plattsburgh from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. For more information, call Mary at 518-324-3881
Friday, August 24th
Come to an “Evening Yoga with Yoga Roots” at Shelburne Museum from 5:30pm to 7:30pm with a private tour In the Garden. Pre-registration is required.
Sunday, August 26th
The 10th annual “Zoe’s Race” to benefit the Howard Center and raise funds to help Vermont families in need of accessible homes for their children takes place at Oakledge Park in Burlington, to sign up to run or walk, go to www.zoesrace.org
The first of 3 Vermont Walks for Children to benefit Prevent Child Abuse is happening at the State House in Montpelier at 10am. Walk or run. Learn more or register at www.pcavt.org