Events Calendar

Fall Cooking Class: Apples

Have fun with food in the comfort of your kitchen with our fall cooking class series! This class will feature one food dish and two beverages (one with alcohol and one non-alcoholic) made with Apples.

Vermont Eats: Fall Cooking Classes

Have fun with food in the comfort of your kitchen with our fall cooking class series! Each week will feature one food dish and two beverages (one with alcohol and one non-alcoholic) made from traditional Vermont ingredients.

History for Homeschoolers - The 14th State

Investigate the history of Vermont's settlement and how it became a state. Also available as a virtual class.

Fall Cooking Class: Maple

Have fun with food in the comfort of your kitchen with our fall cooking class series! This class will feature one food dish and two beverages (one with alcohol and one non-alcoholic) made with Maple.

Third Thursday: “The Rebel and the Tory”

This monthly series featuring Vermont scholars will cover new research and ideas about the Green Mountain State. November 19, 2020: “The Rebel and the Tory: Ethan Allen, Philip Skene, and the Dawn of Vermont” with authors Nick Muller and Gary Shattuck.

Fall Cooking Class: Dairy

Have fun with food in the comfort of your kitchen with our fall cooking class series! This class will feature one food dish and two beverages (one with alcohol and one non-alcoholic) made with dairy products from Cabot Creamery Cooperative.

History for Homeschoolers - Farms & Stores

Travel back to the early 1800s to learn about Vermont's economy. Also available as a virtual class.

Third Thursday: The Devil's Cabinet: The Eddy Family of Spirit Mediums

This monthly series featuring Vermont scholars will cover new research and ideas about the Green Mountain State. December 17, 2020: Third Thursday: The Devil's Cabinet: The Eddy Family of Spirit Mediums with Jason Smiley

History for Homeschoolers - Tracks across the Land

Discover how railroads and the Civil War changed Vermont in the mid-1800s. Also available as a virtual class.

History for Homeschoolers - Made in Vermont

Find out about important Vermont industries from the late 1800s. Also available as a virtual class.

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