Saturday July 29 11:00AM - 11:00PM
American Legion Lawn Party American Legion Post 10

11:00AM-3:00PM: American Legion BBQ followed by ADAMS BAND at 7PM

American Legion, Front Lawn, 320 North Main St, Barre | 802-479-9058

The American Legion will host their annual BBQ on their front lawn. Featuring DJ Chuck Lyford to provide an afternoon of music. Open to the public.


The American Legion will host THE ADAMS BAND from 7pm to 11pm. Open to the public for 21+. $5 cover charge at the door.


The American Legion is the largest wartime veterans service organization with 2.4 million members in nearly 14,000 posts in nearly every community in America. The Legion, established by an act of Congress in 1919, was instrumental in getting the original GI Bill through Congress and the creation of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

In addition to the many legion programs that they sponsor, the local American Legion Post 10, Barre also provides several local high school and college scholarships as well as weekly entertainment to the community with Friday night Karaoke and live music on most Saturday nights.

Important Info

Contact: Joe Zickmund, 802-479-9058


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