Local seniors have worked hard over the last four years and Stowe is celebrating them by offering up free food and great deals! Visit any of our participating restaurants, or retail shops from May 5 – June 18, 2017 and present your Vermont college ID to receive your free entree or discount. Use #stowegraduates for your chance to win a $25 gift card to Ben & Jerry’s visit.
Wednesdays at Stowe Community Church from Noon to 1:00pm – free! Ah! Cappella, Vocal Quartet.
Stowe Vibrancy’s 4th Annual Chowderpalooza & Spring Art on Park will be our biggest and best one yet! Join us to kick off summer this Saturday, May 27th from 11am – 2pm on Park Street (Rain Date: Sun. May 28th) to taste and vote for the “People’s Choice” Best Chowder in Stowe. A mere $5 entry provides generous tastings from all participating restaurants and access to the Art on Park artisan vendors.
Wednesdays at Stowe Community Church from Noon to 1:00pm – free! Peter Sykes, Organ.
8:00 at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
Bikes, Bevs and Beats throughout Stowe.
At the Stowe Events Field.
Sunday Evenings in the Trapp Family Lodge Concert Meadow. The Lonely Heartstring Band – Free!
This rain or shine event is a ticketed, self-guided tour of resort and residential gardens that will take visitors through some of Stowe’s loveliest outdoor spaces at your own pace. The event will begin at the Jewish Community of Greater Stowe (JCOGS) at 1189 Cape Cod Road in Stowe. It will also close with a tea party reception in the JCOGS event tent, featuring VPR’s Master Gardener, Charlie Nardozzi. $25.00 at Door / $20.00 Advance Purchase.
Held weekly on Park Street in Stowe Village, Art on Park has become a favorite Thursday night stop for locals and visitors alike. With dozens of talented Vermont artisans and artists each week, there is something for everyone— hand-crafted jewelry, pottery, paintings, drawings, photography, fiber arts, specialty food products, and more. We will also feature live music and local eats each week.
All Day in Stowe!
Come to the Stoweflake Hot Air Balloon Festival and let your spirit soar as more than 25 hot-air balloons fill the sky. Enjoy free admission when you stay at Stoweflake and don’t miss a single moment. View breathtaking launches, enjoy live entertainment, all while sitting back and relaxing with offerings in the beer and wine garden. This 31st annual celebration will include a children’s corner with a variety of activities (nominal fees may apply), live entertainment, delicious food and a beer and wine garden. Festival attendees are welcome to join in on the high flying fun with hot-air balloon rides priced at $275 per person, plus tax – advanced reservations are recommended. Tethered rides in the hot-air balloons will be available for $10 per person. Reservations are not required. All rides are weather permitting and to the discretion of the pilot. Evening Festival Launches (Friday & Saturday Evening): There is an admission fee ($10 for ages 12 and up) and is recommended for families and large groups looking for the festival atmosphere. All kid’s activities, games, food, and beer/wine garden will open by 4:00pm on Friday and Saturday Evening. Be sure to bring your blankets to lay on! **There is NO Sunday Evening Launch or festival activities. Morning Quiet Launches (Saturday & Sunday Morning): Free! This experience is quite different than the evening launches as there is no vendor activity (also meaning, please plan on eating before or after the morning launches as there will be no food or beverages served on the field. We know kids can be hungry this early in the morning). Feel free to wake up before the sun and visit the fields to talk to pilots up close and personal- great for photos as well! l Tour
Sunday Evenings in the Trapp Family Lodge Concert Meadow. Vermont Symphony Orchestra, TD Bank Summer Festival Tour
Sunday Evenings in the Trapp Family Lodge Concert Meadow. Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy, “Visions from Cape Breton & Beyond”
Tuesday Evenings on the Lawn of the Stowe Free Library from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Fee! Nina Sklar Quartet
Sunday Evenings in the Trapp Family Lodge Concert Meadow. The Black Market Trust
Tuesday Evenings on the Lawn of the Stowe Free Library from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Fee! Dr. Zsa’s Powdered Zydeco Band
Tuesday Evenings on the Lawn of the Stowe Free Library from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Fee! Morrisville Military & Waterbury Community Combined Bands
Tuesday Evenings on the Lawn of the Stowe Free Library from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Fee! Michele Fay Band
Sunday Evenings in the Trapp Family Lodge Concert Meadow. The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra, Directed by Scotty Barnhart