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Thursday July 27 05:00PM - 08:30PM
La Soiree Sucree Old Labor Hall Join us as we celebrate our French heritage with a French Dessert competition featuring Va-et-vient (‘Come & Go’), a trio of musiciennes, Carol Reed, Suzanne Germain, and Lausanne Allen will take you from 16th century France to New Orleans and Québec… Food Check It Out
Friday July 28 04:00PM - 09:00PM
Vendors Washington Street, in front of the library Food vendors, gifts, novelties, non-profits and other services. Food Check It Out
Friday July 28 04:30PM - 07:00PM
Community Dinner Aldrich Public Library Lawn Back again is the Community Dinner by City Hotel Cafe under the tent on the front lawn of the Aldrich Public Library. Food Check It Out
Saturday July 29 07:30AM - 10:00AM
44th Annual Barre Rotary Breakfast Aldrich Public Library Lawn Juice, fruit, eggs, ham, sausage, pancakes, french toast, coffee, Vermont maple syrup. Food Check It Out
Saturday July 29 11:00AM - 03:00PM
Women's Alliance Pie Sale on the Lawn First Baptist Church (lawn) Women's Alliance will be selling slices of home-made pie & beverages on the church lawn. Food Check It Out
Saturday July 29 02:00PM - 08:00PM
Barre Elks Parking Lot Party Barre Elks Parking Lot The Barre Elks is having a Parking Lot Party. Chicken BBQ at 2pm $12 pp, Corn hole tourney (registration at 1pm, tourney starts at 2pm $10 pp, beer tent. Free drug awareness trailer, children's finger printing by Washington County Sheriff's Dept, DJ Bill… Food Check It Out

Check Out These Other Events

Thursday July 27 11:00AM - 05:00PM
SPA Galleries & Artist Studios Studio Place Arts Experience Studio Place Arts (SPA), a vibrant, three-floor non-profit community visual arts center in historic downtown Barre, Vermont. Arts Check It Out
Saturday July 29 06:30PM - 07:30PM
Poetry Slam Aldrich Public Library This "Anything Goes!" slam features a 5-minute time limit for poets and performers, with music allowed and "covers" okay if identified as such. Community Check It Out

Strength Through Heritage

Barre is the fourth largest city in Vermont. While the community first developed around the milling available along the adjacent Winooski River, granite soon emerged as the key industry of Barre. In fact, granite from Barre, Vermont was used in some of the nation (and world’s) finest buildings, monuments, and memorials. Consequently, granite carvers from across the world settled in Barre making the city a rich mixture of cultures from all over the world.

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