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Top Events - - July and August 2010

Top Events – – July and August 2010
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AUG. 1: BRISTOL, Summertime Jazz at Cove Cabin. Spectacular views overlooking Mount Hope and Narragansett bays, a steak and lobster feast, and the smooth sound of jazz make for a relaxing summer afternoon at Mount Hope Farm. Reservations required. 401-254-1745; MountHopeFarm.com

AUG. 2-5: NEWPORT, BridgeFest. Venues across Newport County host live evening performances between the Folk and Jazz Festival weekends. 401-849-8048; newportarts.org

AUG. 14: PROVIDENCE, Family Snore and Roar: Most Extreme at RWP Zoo. This family-oriented overnight at Roger Williams Park Zoo includes dinner, a night hike, activities, a program of animal encounters, and a light breakfast. 401-785-3510; rwpzoo.org

AUG. 28-29: NEWPORT, Newport Arts Festival. Find fine and functional works, from fabrics, wood, and glass to paintings, photography, and pottery, by select regional and national artists at Newport Yachting Center. Plus live music, children’s activities, and a food café. 401-846-1600; newportartsfestival.com

VERMONT

JULY 3, AUG 21: LUDLOW, Craft Festival. Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts showcases New England works; plus food, music, kids’ entertainment, and plenty of kettle corn. 802-228-8770; fletcherfarm.org

JULY 9-18: WAITSFIELD, WARREN, MORETOWN, FAYSTON, Vermont Festival of the Great Outdoors. Celebrate the best of the Mad River Valley’s sports, recreation, and outdoor activities: biking, hiking, kayaking, gardening, birding, tennis, golf, guided activities, and much more. 802-496-3260; vtoutdoorsfest.com

JULY 10: CRAFTSBURY, Annual Antiques & Uniques Festival. Hosting more than 100 vendors of vintage wares, jewelry makers, quilters, potters, woodworkers, and more, all on the Common. Visit the bake sale and the grill and listen to live music, all in support of local nonprofits. townofcraftsbury.com

JULY 17-18: SOUTH NEWFANE, Rock River Artists Tour. Eighteen professional painters, printmakers, sculptors, woodworkers, potters, and more open their homes, gardens, and studios to visitors. Start at the historic Old Schoolhouse in South Newfane to view works and pick up a map. 802-348-7865; rockriverartists.com

JULY 31-AUG. 1: WOODSTOCK, Quilt Exhibition Opening Weekend. Meet the talented quilters of Windsor County at Billings Farm & Museum as they discuss their work. Plus quilting programs, informal workshops for beginning quilters, and activities for all ages. 802-457-2355; billingsfarm.org

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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