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    Stowe Brewers Festival

    When: Friday, July 29, 2016 at 12:00 PM

    The second annual Stowe Brewers Festival on July 29 and 30 offers three 4-hour tasting sessions featuring 40+ brewers and cider-makers serving more than 130 beers and ciders, bonus taste tickets from premiere Vermont spirits distillers, more than a dozen food trucks, free workshops and demonstrations, a wide variety of specialty food and product vendors, live music and free on-site parking, unlimited cold, filtered water and secure bicycle valet

     

    http://www.stowebrewersfestival.com/

    Burlington Young Professionals: 7th Annual Kicks for a Cure

    When: Friday, August 12, 2016 at 03:30 PM
    Where: Oakledge Park in Burlington, VT

    This is a Burlington Young Professionals Event. 

    10 teams will once again battle it out for the Golden Cleat! Our 7th Annual Kickball tournament will take place on August 12th at Oakledge Park (lower shelter). Check in and opening remarks will begin at 3:30pm and the games will start at 4:30. We will provide snacks and fire up the grill around 7pm. BYOB! Get your co-workers together or join up with another business. 

    We will be promoting $5 "extra outs" again this year, so bring some cash or checks! Each purchase goes directly to Camp Ta-Kum-TA.

    Creative uniforms are strongly encouraged. Don't have a team but still looking to network? If you’re new to the area and want to meet people, there’s no better way than an old fashioned kick ball game and BBQ. Feelfree to come cheer on the teams. A percentage of the proceeds will go to Camp Ta-Kum-Ta.

    Team: $125 (10 – 20 players and must be co-ed)

    Includes: BBQ

    Just want to come watch the fun and enjoy some BBQ? Bring $5! 

    Please email clara@vermont.org with any questions.

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