Celebrate “Summer’s Last Blast” with rides, food, fun, concerts and shopping. Free entertainment, food, horse shows, midway, competitive exhibits and more!
105 Pearl Street
Essex Junction, VT 05452
Ages: 1 and up
Cost: Adults – $12 | Kids 5-12 $5 | Kids under 5 free. | Ride Bracelets $30
Parking: Yes – $5 for convenient on-site parking, handicapped accessible.
Features: Snack Stand, Changing Tables, Restrooms, Handicap Accessible
- Free entertainment included in the price of your gate admission ticket.
- Read and Win Day at the Fair, free admission if you read 3 books at your local library this summer (grades K-8).
- Hundreds of competitions – cattle, sheep, 4-H. culinary, crafts and more. Check the schedule.
- Concerts every night.
- Advanced discount admission, special promos – Ticket info
When: Saturday, August 22, 2015
Where: Church Street Marketplace
2 Church St, Suite 2A, Burlington, VT
Enjoy this summer’s fresh harvest and visit The Burlington Farmer’s Market this Saturday!
The Burlington Farmers’ Market provides a welcoming venue for visitors and locals alike to shop directly from Vermont farmers and artisans in the city’s historic downtown. This fun and festive experience is offered year-round through two markets, an outdoor market in warmer months and an indoor market during Vermont’s chilly winters. Both treat shoppers to a bounty of fresh, locally grown produce, handmade crafts, sweet and savory treats, and meats and cheeses from Vermont’s lush pastures. [http://www.churchstmarketplace.com/do/farmers-market]
It’s that time of the year when summer ends, leaves start to fall, and cozy sweaters are almost in. The latest home design trend is to fill your homes with earthly neutrals and bold color statements. This is the perfect time to bring these on-trend hues into your home.
With your favorite fall colors in mind, choose pillows and throws in various textures and patterns. This is the easiest and most budget friendly way to transition your home to the cooler seasons. Next, use your senses by bringing in the golden hue of fall sunsets with ambient lighting from tabletop lamps, candles, and lanterns. Instead of using your overhead lights, you can use lamps to give it a warm glow.
Remember the rule of three. Feature your fall décor in threes, for example by having three candlesticks, three vases, or three decorative figurines. You’ll see that these are much more impactful together than on their own.