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Vermont’s Mad River Valley Featured in Yankee's January/February Issue | Plus Vermont Events, The Northeast Kingdom, and Newfane

Vermont’s Mad River Valley Featured in Yankee’s January/February Issue | Plus Vermont Events, The Northeast Kingdom, and Newfane
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“Calendar of Events”JAN. 11: SMUGGLERS’ NOTCH, Winter Trails Day. It’s an annual celebration of snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, free to participants new to both sports. Smugglers’ Nordic

Ski & Snowshoe Adventure Center will offer rentals and instructional sessions to introduce you to the joys of these classic winter activities. 802-644-1173; smuggs.com

JAN. 17: RANDOLPH, April Verch Band. Canada’s Ottawa Valley meets old-time Appalachia with crack fiddling, electric step dancing, and great vocals. Prepare for an energetic,

virtuosic, tradition-celebrating performance at Chandler Music Hall. 802-728-6464; chandler-arts.org

JAN. 18–FEB. 2: STOWE, 40th Winter Carnival. They know how to have fun in the snow in Stowe. Visit during the annual celebration and kids of all ages are sure to enjoy sporting

events, ice-carving competitions, carnival activities, and more. 802-777-5510; stowewintercarnival.com

JAN. 24–26: HYDE PARK, Jane Austen Weekend. Book in advance to enjoy literary-inspired diversions at the Governor’s House, including a dessert offering, an afternoon tea or

Regency-style dinner party and book discussion (Sense and Sensibility), plus Sunday brunch, and more. Come for an evening, or stay the weekend—and dress in whichever century suits you. 802-888-6888; onehundredmain.com

JAN. 28–30: ESSEX JUNCTION, Vermont Farm Show. Champlain Valley Expo Center plays host to this annual tradition. Come to preview products and machinery, meet the vendors, and network with the farming community. The 250+ booths represent everything from beekeeping to sugar making to dairy farming. 802-828-1319; vtfarmshow.com

Heather Atwell

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Heather Atwell

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Communications manager Heather Atwell manages the magazine’s public relations efforts. She also writes the blog Outdoor Adventures for YankeeMagazine.com.
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