- Live Music
- Great Food
- Beautiful Fall Foliage
Autumn on the Green is an award-winning showcase for artisans, crafters, cottage industries and businesses amidst the spectacular views and color of autumn in Danville, Vermont. Festivities are free, accessible and begin at 10 am., Sunday, October 6, 2013.
Artists display a plethora of wares and skills; musicians play; the Danville headquartered American Society of Dowsers provide free demonstrations and offer guests a chance to wield a rod to try their hand at the ancient art of finding underground water veins.
Well over 100 vendors offer items from very unique whimsical jewelry to dog biscuits. Original artwork, antiques, pottery, home-spun yarn and knitwear, clothing, salves and body products, books, candles, quilts, baskets, rugs, hand-crafted furniture and wood products are just a few of the offerings available. Vermont specialties featured are maple products, cheese, pumpkins, cider, home-made jams and jellies, pickles and relishes, baked goods and desserts of all kinds; you may even find some whoopee pies! Delicious foods, and the tantalizing smell of freshly roasted and ground coffee, embody the welcome of a New England village sharing autumn at its peak. Also on hand are crowd favorites like gourmet wraps, salads, soups & stews, BBQ pulled pork, burgers, dogs, and some of the best fries around.
Make your plans now to join us! Located on the picturesque Route 2 corridor, seven miles west of St. Johnsbury in Caledonia County, Danville Vermont offers beautiful, scenic views, fine dining and quaint, country living. Due to road construction, we are temporarily located on the Danville School campus, 2 blocks south of the Danville Green (our traditional “home.”) Follow our signs, we’re right around the corner.
This Northeast Kingdom village, with a population of just of 2000, offers historic sites, inns. Bed and breakfasts, camping, The Great Vermont Corn Maze and much, much more.