First Release Event - Pomme Noir Apple Brandy
Labor Day Weekend Saturday, September 2nd 10AM - 7PM Sunday, September 3rd 10AM - 6PM We are thrilled to debut our first release of Pomme Noir. Tremendous time and careful consideration has gone into creating the Pomme Noir apple brandy and Pomme Noir de Glace. Crafted with Vermont apples, cold fermented, triple distilled, and oak aged for four years in American oak barrels giving it caramelized apple flavor with a smooth finish and notes of vanilla and oak. Exclusively available at Boyden, we are excited to have you at our main winery location in Cambridge, Vermont to experience our new products . We look forward to seeing you and hope you enjoy these unique spirits! * Cocktail tastings * Logo brandy glasses will be given with every Pomme Noir bottle purchase * Bobber's Local Food Truck with a delicious selection of food while it lasts! * Free to attend all weekend long * Extended Hours to 7PM on Saturday Come and celebrate 20 fantastic years and enjoy the fruits of our labor. Follow our event on Facebook for updates!
Mountain Bluegrass Jam/Social
This series on the first Wednesdays of the month all summer is a great opportunity to learn more about the GMC, listen to local musicians, and enjoy beautiful summer weather. Food trucks will be on site. Make sure to bring your instruments and join the jam!
The September social will feature Taco Truck All Stars.
Bridgeside Books Book Group
Please join Bridgeside Books Book Group the first Wednesday of each month for an open and lively book discussion. All are welcome to join the group.
*SEPTEMBER 2017 Meeting will take place on the SECOND Wednesday*
Our September book is Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens.
FAQ's on SEO
Is SEO a mystery to you? You are not alone. We get a lot of questions about this elusive and, quite frankly, ever-changing entity. This workshop is a basic overview of what SEO is, what it involves, tools to help, and steps you can take to improve it.
Vanishing Vermonters - An evening with Peter Miller
Local photographer and writer Peter Miller will discuss his new book: Vanishing Vermonters: Loss of Rural Culture at the Stowe Free Library. Vanishing Vermonters, due out in early fall, highlights 23 rural Vermonters who express, in their own words, their thoughts on the culture of rural Vermont and how it has changed.
Books will be available for sale.
This is a free talk with light refreshments provided.