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  • Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 09:00 AM
    City Hall Park in Burlington, VT

    Farmers' Market

    The Burlington Farmers’ Market provides a welcoming venue for visitors and locals alike to shop directly from Vermont farmers and artisans in the city’s historic downtown. This fun and festive experience is offered year-round through two markets, an outdoor market in warmer months and an indoor market during Vermont’s chilly winters. Both treat shoppers to a bounty of fresh, locally grown produce, handmade crafts, sweet and savory treats, and meats and cheeses from Vermont’s lush pastures.

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 at 08:00 AM through October 09, 2017

    2017 Way to Go! School Challenge

    New for 2017, Way to Go! will become a K-12 School Challenge! The Way to Go! School Challenge is a fun and easy way for schools to battle carbon pollution by encouraging students, staff and faculty to use efficient transportation. Simply walk, bike, roll, carpool, or take the bus anytime during the two-week Challenge. Check out this fun video to get inspired. Registration is open at www.WayToGoVT.org.

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    Island Pond Town Hall in Island Pond, VT

    Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative

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    The Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative (VOREC) is hosting seven public forums around the state to gather feedback on ways to promote business opportunities, increase participation opportunities, and strengthen the quality, extent, and stewardship of our recreational resources. Please help spread the word! Visit http://frp.vermont.gov/VOREC for more details.

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    Old Spokes Home in Burlington, VT

    Basic Maintenance & DIY Flat Fix - Burlington

    Hosted by Old Spokes Home

    The goal of this Everyday Bicycling workshop is to demystify the bicycle. Participants will learn basic bike anatomy and vocabulary, how to care for your bike, how to diagnose common issues, and how to fix a flat tire. We’ll recommend tools for maintenance and on-the-road fixes...

    RSVP & Full info- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-workshop-basic-maintenance-diy-flat-fix-tickets-37711800009

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    Old Spokes Home in Burlington, VT

    Basic Maintenance & DIY Flat Fix - Burlington

    Hosted by Old Spokes Home

    The goal of this Everyday Bicycling workshop is to demystify the bicycle. Participants will learn basic bike anatomy and vocabulary, how to care for your bike, how to diagnose common issues, and how to fix a flat tire. We’ll recommend tools for maintenance and on-the-road fixes...

    RSVP & Full info- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-workshop-basic-maintenance-diy-flat-fix-tickets-37711800009

  • Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 09:00 AM
    City Hall Park in Burlington, VT

    Farmers' Market

    The Burlington Farmers’ Market provides a welcoming venue for visitors and locals alike to shop directly from Vermont farmers and artisans in the city’s historic downtown. This fun and festive experience is offered year-round through two markets, an outdoor market in warmer months and an indoor market during Vermont’s chilly winters. Both treat shoppers to a bounty of fresh, locally grown produce, handmade crafts, sweet and savory treats, and meats and cheeses from Vermont’s lush pastures.

  • Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 09:30 AM
    Cross Vermont Trail

    Foliage Ride

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    A family friendly group ride from Kettle Pond in Groton State Park to Blue Mtn. School in Wells. Click here for more details!

  • Tuesday, October 03, 2017 at 06:00 PM
    Community College of Vermont

    Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative

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    The Vermont Outdoor Recreation Economic Collaborative (VOREC) is hosting seven public forums around the state to gather feedback on ways to promote business opportunities, increase participation opportunities, and strengthen the quality, extent, and stewardship of our recreational resources. Please help spread the word! Visit http://fpr.vermont.gov/VOREC for more details.

  • Wednesday, October 04, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    Champlain College (CCM Commuter Lounge)

    Lock N' Learn (Champlain Students ONLY)

    FOR CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE STUDENTS and EMPLOYEES ONLY!
    Location: CCM Commuter Lounge

    Check out the event on Facebook!

    Get free Pizza, bike lights AND U-Locks, and all you need to do is show up (and stick around). NOTE: EVERYONE who attends will receive a voucher for a free light AND a free lock! (No one will be left lock or light-less)

    Our bike experts will give you some tips on how to stay safe while riding your bike on the street and in the neighborhood, answer your questions about the rules of the road (the police are stepping up enforcement on people who blow stop signs, or don't have lights at night- which comes with a double-digit fine.)

    AND they'll give you useful pointers on how to avoid the common bike theft pit-falls.

    You'll even get a free Bike Benefits sticker--which once you put it on your helmet, you'll get discounts at shops throughout Burlington!

  • Thursday, October 05, 2017 at 06:00 PM

    Queen City Bicycle Club // October Ride

    Check out the event on Facebook here!

    Queen City Bicycle Club is a group of female and non-binary people riding bikes for empowerment, connection, and fun.

    Join us for our monthly ride around Burlington with glitter and a giant boombox on a bike trailer. Wear a helmet and rock the front and rear bike lights for your return ride.

    Riders of all ages and experience levels are encouraged to come. No one is left behind! These rides are all about going slow and keeping the group together for maximum fun.

    We'll start at Old Spokes Home (322 N Winooski Ave) and wrap up at Zero Gravity Craft Brewery where each rider gets a drink ticket (!)

    All women, femme, queer, trans* riders welcome! There's no formal way to join this club -- if you're a WTF rider you are in the club.

    These rides are made possible by Old Spokes Home and supported by our all-star bike advocacy organization Local Motion.

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