CAMPGROUND ACTIVITIES: More Details Upon Arrival ALL children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult to any activity (all activities are FREE unless otherwise stated. Outside activities are weather permitting)
OPENING WEEKEND: -Sunday, May 12th: 9:30-11 a.m. .......... . Morning Community Campfire. Coffee and baked goods.
MEMORIAL WEEKEND: -Saturday, May 25th: 9:30 Opening of the TFCG Treasure Hunt! Ask for directions at the office. 1 Clue, 1 GeoCache, 2 Compass Coordinates, 1 Random find. Find all 5, take a picture with a time stamp and present them to the office for a FREE drawing in the prize bucket. Prizes include, but are not limited to, magic fire packs, candy, a bundle of firewood, store cash, $5, $10, $50 Prizes!
-7:30-9 p.m.: Community Campfire and S'mores. $1 donation chocolate bars, mint chocolate, peanut butter chocolate, marshmallows, and gram crackers
- Sunday, May 26th: 9:30-10:30 a.m. Coffee & Baked Goods ($1 suggested donation) -9:30-11 a.m. ....... Kids beanbag cornhole toss at the common green by lodge
JUNE: Adult Art Night, date, time and project TBA
FOURTH of JULY WEEKEND: - Saturday, July 6th and 7th: CHRISTMAS IN JULY! NEW! -friday and Saturday: decorate your campsites with Christmas decor. Folks will walk around between 8-9:30 pm and cast their votes. Folks may vote until 9:30 a.m. Sunday July 7th. 1 Popular vote and 3 judges votes. The winner will receive a Gift Card to Flying Crow Coffee and a $50 TFCG store gift card (General info: Please no nails in trees or breaking any foliage. Decorations must be contained within your site. If you have questions please ask at any point. $50 card cannot be used to refund any portion of your stay.)
-Saturday, July 6th: 10-11 camper and tent ornament making at the lodge -Sunday, July 7th: 9:30-11 coffee and baked goods. Announcement of Best Decorated site 10 a.m.
AUGUST: Ice cream social TBA
LABOR DAY WEEKEND: Science weekend! NEW! Saturday: kids science experiments, nature walk and scavenger hunt, evening science experiment contact: winner receives a trophy and their own science goodie bag (General info: please register by NOON Saturday. For the safety of others if your experiment involves fire of any kinds please ask adults for assistance. more info to follow)
COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND: Traditional Halloween Party. Kids costume contest, balloon popping contest, pie eating contest, limbo, ghost stories, and more
HAPPENINGS AROUND VERMONT:
AREA EVENTS: 2018 MAY:
Fri., May 25th, 7-9 pm, AliT at the Inn at Weathersfield, 1342 Vt. Rt 106, Perkinsville
Fri., May 25th, 7:30-9:30 pm, Jesse Colin Young, Woodstock Town Hall Theater, 31 the Green, Woodstock, tickets at pentanglearts.org $50.
Fri., May 25th, 7:30-9:30 pm, Confluence Project Lantern Paddle, The Marina Restaurant, 5 Putney Rd, Brattleboro.
Sat., May 26th & Sun., May 27th, 10 am-5pm, Vermont Open Studio Weekend (all through Vermont, look for bright yellow signs, over 220 open studios.
Maps at vermontcrafts.com/OSW/springmap.php or call 802-223-3380)
Sat., May 26th & Sun., May 27th, 10 am-5pm, Open Studio, Scott MacDonald Custom Instruments, 660 Mattson Rd, Chester, Vt.
Sat., May 26th, 1-5 pm, Open House Garden Party: SueDan Industries,566 Chester Rd, Springfield, VT.
Sat., May 26th, 7pm, Live Music with Owen Nied, Stone Hearth Inn & Tavern, 698 Vt Rt 11 W., Chester.
Wed., May 30th, 6-8 pm, Birds of a Feather: painted bird on Wood, Springfield Art Gym, 62 Clinton Street, Springfield. $10 register and pay by 10a.m. Wed at www.artgymvt.com
Thur., May 31st, 6-9 pm, Ida Mae Specker, Live Music @ Hartness House, 30 Orchard St., Springfield, VT.
Fri., June 1st-3rd, STROLLING OF THE HEIFERS Parade and Festival, PARADE SATURDAY 10 am, Main Street, Brattleboro, VT. Strollingoftheheifers.com
Fri., June 1st, 1-7pm, Summer Deck Party: DJ Amy Rumrill at the Sumner House, 122 Main St., Charlestown, NH
Fri., June 1st, Sat., June 2nd, 7-9pm, Mon. June 3rd 2-4pm, and Fri., June 8th, 7:30-9:30pm, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown: Springfield Community Players, 165 South Street, Springfield. Tickets @ springfieldcommunityplayers.org $12-$15.
Sat., June 2nd, 10-4:30 pm, Rise on the River: Culloden, Fort No. 4, 267 Springfield Rd., Charlestown, NH Scottish Heritage Weekend Saturday and Sunday 10 am.
Sat., June 2nd, 11-6 am, Dairy Days, Billings Farm & Museum, 69 Old River Rd, Woodstock, VT
Fri., June 8th to Sun., June 10th, Roots on the River: Music Festival, 593 Rockingham Rd (Rt5 North, 1-91 Exit 6), Bellows Falls, Vt. www.vermontfestivalsllc.com
Thur., June 14th, 7pm, How the Guitar Conquered America, First Congo, 77 Main St., Springfield
Fri., June 15th, 3pm to Sun., June 17th, 7pm, Festival: Quechee Hot Air Balloon, Craft & Music Festival, 70 Village Green Circle, Quechee, Vt.
Thur., June 21st to Sun., June 24th 5pm, Wonderlust Festival @ Stratton Mountain, Yoga, live music, food, beer and more., call 800-787-2886 for details. 5 village Lodge Rd., South Londonderry, Vt.
Sun., June 24th, 12-8pm, Southern Vermont Music Fest, Rt 313, Arlington Vt., (Arlington Rec Park) Tickets $10 children $5 at the door