Vermont Fall Foliage Festivals

Vermont real estate and fall foliageThe weekend of September 28-29 is a busy one in my neighborhood of Underhill, Jericho, Cambridge, and Jeffersonville, Vermont. Several Vermont fall foliage festivals are taking place, just as the leaves are beginning to turn to brilliant colors. The weather forecast is for a gorgeous weekend, so come on out to the foothills of Mount Mansfield, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and check out one of these events.

The Old Fashioned Harvest Market Weekend is one of the oldest fall foliage festivals in Vermont! It takes place at the United Church of Underhill on Saturday, 10-5 and Sunday 10:30-4. There is something for everyone. A zucchini contest (longest, heaviest, best decorated), a 5K running race, live music, over 100 food and artist vendors, and lots of kids’ activities, including hay rides and pet shows. More info at Old Fashioned Harvest Market Weekend.

Browns River Middle School Craft Fair takes place in Jericho, in the middle school’s gymnasium. This year is the 9th annual! Proceeds from the fair support the school’s musical productions each year. The fair is 10-5 on Saturday and 10:30-3 on Sunday. Many local artisans will be selling jewelry, photography, pottery, textiles, and a whole lot more.

Mount Mansfield Union High School HOMECOMING is this weekend, too! This is your chance to see some high school soccer and field hockey games and check out the school if you’re thinking of moving to the area.

Vermont real estate and fall foliageOPEN HOUSE! On Sunday I am hosting an open house at 55 Range Road in Underhill, from 1-3 pm. This is a 3-bdrm, 4-bath contemporary home on 3.6 acres, close to village, with awesome views from several decks. Open floor plan with good light and sunny rooms. The house has been remarkably well cared for. Come take a look! You can see a photo album HERE!

And if you want to look at any other houses this weekend, give me a call at 802-858-9193 or email me and we’ll set up a time to go find your dream home.

 

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