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Young & Constantin Gallery
Elegant colored-glass vases and molten-glass sculptures by artist Kathleen Young in a sun-drenched former church.
10 South Main St., Wilmington. 802-464-2515; artmore@myfairpoint.net

Hot Glass Works
A quirky husband-and-wife team pour their creative spirits into colored-glass coins, suncatchers, vases, tableware, bowls, hummingbird feeders, and whatever else strikes their fancy.
3819 Main St. (Route 30), Jamaica. 802-874-4436; hotglassworks.net

Anjali Farms & Lotus Moon Medicinals
Herbalist Mrinalini (“Lini”) Mazumdar makes botanical tinctures, creams, oils, and aroma therapy sprays out of farm-grown herbs.
395 Middletown Road, South Londonderry. 802-824-4658; anjalifarms.com

Vermont Country Store
657 Main St., Weston. 802-824-3184; vermontcountrystore.com

The Village Green Gallery
Check out the photographs by Nobushi Fuji’i, who spent 30 years shooting modern architecture in Japan, and brings a uniquely geometric eye to his Vermont shots.
661 Main St., Weston. 802-824-3669; thevillagegreengallery.com

Judy Jensen Clay Studio
Potter Judy Jensen goes beyond ordinary vases and mugs to showcase whimsical fountains and Asian-inspired candelabras.
61 North Main St., Rochester. 802-767-3271; judyjensen.com

Mom & Pop’s World’s Best Vermont Maple Syrup
Since 1918, the Gendron family has offered delectable all-things-maple: pancake mix, candy, sugar, gift baskets, and, of course, syrup in a variety of decorative containers. Visit their farmstand or order online.
3425 Brandon Mountain Road, Rochester. 802-767-3731; momandpopsmaple.com

Seasoned Books & Bakery
An eclectic collection of new and used volumes, with special emphases on sustainable living (including cooking, gardening, and renewable power) and wilderness adventure. The bookstore is one part of a consortium that also includes a deli, a consignment clothier, and a florist.
30 North Main St., Rochester. 802-767-4258; seasonedbooks.com

The Bowl Mill
This sawmill has been carving wooden bowls with the same machinery for 150 years. The most prized are the sugar-maple bowls, which still sport a tiny hole from the sugar tap. 45 Mill Road, Granville. 800-828-1005; bowlmill.com

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