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  • Visit the Waitsfield Farmers Market

    August 30th, 2014 by corey

    If you like the idea of locally grown and prepared foods, plus a community-oriented, carnival-like atmosphere, then you’ll love the Waitsfield Farmers Market! Farmers markets seem to be on the rise of late and that’s a good thing. Sustainability begins with locally grown and prepared food, as well as other goods, and a farmers market … read full article

    44th Annual Mad River Valley Craft Fair

    August 16th, 2014 by corey

    As the last few months have demonstrated, the Mad River Valley loves its art – and we’re not done yet! Labor Day weekend sees the arrival of the 44th Annual Mad River Valley Craft Fair: August 30 & 31, 2014. The 2014 Mad River Valley Craft Fair is 100 of the region’s top artists and … read full article

    Green Mountain Stage Race 2014

    August 8th, 2014 by insideout

    The Green Mountain Stage Race will take place August 29 – September 1, 2014, offering, as always, 4 days of exciting and challenging racing in the mountains of Vermont. We are honored to have had many accomplished cyclists stay at West Hill House B&B for the Green Mountain Race and look forward to the event … read full article

    The Great Vermont Plein Air Paint-Out

    July 26th, 2014 by corey

    The Great Vermont Plein Air Paint-Out is a festival inside of a festival, located as it is within the circle of the 2014 Vermont Festival of the Arts, here in Vermont’s Mad River Valley. And just what is “Plein Air Painting” you ask? Plein Air alludes to the French phrase “En plein air,” meaning “in … read full article

    Celebrate Art at the Vermont Festival of the Arts

    July 19th, 2014 by corey

    Vermont’s Mad River Valley doesn’t mess around when it comes to celebrating the arts, as the month-long, 120 event, Vermont Festival of the Arts amply demonstrates! Held every August in towns around Mad River Valley, the Vermont Festival of the Arts has a simple mission: to support and promote existing Vermont art while also encouraging … read full article

    Waterbury Arts Fest 2014

    June 28th, 2014 by corey

    The 13th annual Waterbury Arts Fest, held in Waterbury, VT – minutes from West Hill House B&B – is scheduled for July 11th and 12th, 2014. And what is the Waterbury Arts Festival? This annual festival-cum-block party of the arts in Waterbury is a collection of more than 80 vendors showcasing their fine art plus … read full article

    Don’t Walk, Run to the 4th Annual Mad Marathon

    June 20th, 2014 by corey

    The 4th annual Mad Marathon, Mad Half, and Relays are scheduled for July 6th, 2014 – and you’d be hard pressed to ask for a more breathtaking course than Vermont’s Mad River Valley – that’s why they call it “The World’s Most Beautiful Marathon!” The Mad Marathon and associated events occur along rural Mad River … read full article

    Get Wrapped Up In the Vermont Quilt Festival

    May 26th, 2014 by corey

    The Vermont Quilt Festival, scheduled for June 27th through 29th at the Champlain Valley Exposition Center, is New England’s oldest and largest quilt event! Quilting is a tradition that goes back far into our collective history. Who hasn’t snuggled up under a big, soft quilt on a cold, winter night – or at least wished … read full article

    BrewGrass Festival 2014

    May 19th, 2014 by corey

    Something’s brewing in them, thar hills – it’s the fourth annual Sugarbush BrewGrass Festival! And what, exactly, is a BrewGrass Festival? The BrewGrass Festival is an annual, Mad River Valley celebration that combines three of the better things in this life: blue grass music, craft-brewed, regional beer (also cider and distilled liquors), and a delectable … read full article

    The Mad River Valley Sugaring Time Festival

    February 28th, 2014 by corey

    It is probably a little hard to believe, what with so much snow on the ground and all but Spring is fast approaching and that means one thing: Sugaring Time! If you’re scratching your head at that, it’s clear you are not from Vermont because, up here, *everyone* knows about sugaring time. It’s a major … read full article

    SKIING ENTHUSIASTS – save the date!

    December 20th, 2013 by srsm

    SATURDAY, JANUARY 25  MAD RIVER GLEN 7 – 9 PM Did you know that over 120 ski areas throughout Vermont have closed, from the 1930’s through the 2000’s? From local, town operated rope tows, to major resorts with high speed quads, these areas all played an important role in the development of skiing in the state. Join ski historian … read full article

    A Christmas Story – You’ll Put Your Eye Out

    November 27th, 2013 by corey

    Some stories have the ability to transport you to many different eras and places at once – Jean Shepard’s classic “A Christmas Story” is one of these. I’ll be surprised to hear you’re not familiar with the film. “A Christmas Story” is one of those classic, holiday movies beloved by many and watched over and … read full article