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2014 Summervale Schedule and Gallery Extra

06/19/2014 03:02PM ● By Ryan Frisch
Summervale celebrates community, Vermont farms, and local food. Each Thursday, join them to enjoy food and beverages, groove to local live music and have fun with food workshops and kids' activities! Here is the schedule for this summer:

Orginally published on Find and Go Seek.

July 5

  • Music: Dewey Drive Band opening for Lila Mae & The Cartwheels
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: GREENS.  Learn about all of the different flavors in your salad greens
  • Kids’ craft: Make a wind sock
  • City Market activity: Roll your own sushi
  • Guest vendor: ¡Duino! (Duende)

July 12

  • Music: Samara Lark opening for Pulse Prophets
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Radishes and butter. Topic: spiciness/pungency molecules. Learn about the magic that happens when you eat radishes with butter
  • Kids’ craft: Newspaper hats
  • City Market Activity: Churn butter
  • Plus Vermont Butter and Cheese Creamery samples

July 19

  • Music: Gumbo Diablo opening for Blue Gardenias
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Artisanal & gluten-free bread. Try delicious, local breads and learn why each tastes and looks the way it does
  • Kids’ craft: Face and arm painting
  • City Market activity: Turn wheat to breadGuest organization: Vermont Beekeepers’ Association
  • Guest vendor: NOFA Vermont

July 26

  • Music: Chris Dorman opening for Kat Wright & The Indomitable Soul Band
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Artisanal cheese. Learn about the microbiology of different cheeses
  • Kids’ craft: Critters
  • City Market activity: Shake up frozen yogurtGuest organization: Rural Vermont plus Vermont Butter & Cheese Creamery samples
  • Guest vendor: A Little Peruvian

August 2

  • Music: Zach DuPont Duo with Pat Melvin opening for The Wee Folkestra
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Local meat & carrots. Learn about terroir, or the “taste of place”
  • Kids’ craft: Instruments
  • City Market activity: Pickle cucumbersGuest organization: The Root Center
  • Guest vendor: ¡Duino! (Duende), NOFA Vermont

August 9

  • Music: Sarah Blacker opening for The Eames Brothers
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Herbs and bitters. Did you know taste is 90% aroma? Sample the aroma giants of the food world – culinary herbs – and learn about the bitter taste, an underappreciated taste in the modern American diet
  • Kids’ craft: Plant your own herbs
  • City Market activity: Herbal first aidGuest organization: Guido Mase, Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism
  • Guest vendor: ¡Duino! (Duende)

August 16

  • Music: Linda Bassick & Kirk Flanagan opening for Aaron Flinn Band
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Chocolate. Back by popular demand!Kids’ craft: Crowns
  • City Market activity: Blend smoothies on a bike
  • Plus: Park your bikes in style with the Skirack bike valet or join us for our beloved Vermont Farm Tours bike tour of the Intervale!
  • Guest vendor: Wholey Cacao

August 23

  • Music: Scott Mangan & Mildred Moody opening for The Amida Bourbon Project
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Apples.
  • Kids’ craft: Apple slice prints
  • City Market activity: Grind applesauce & dry apple strings
  • Guest vendor: NOFA Vermont

August 30

  • Music: Antara opening for Michael Chorney & Dollar General
  • Slow Food Vermont tasting: Heirloom tomatoes. We will showcase at least 20 heirloom varieties!
  • Kids’ craft: Seedlings in eggcrates
  • City Market activity: Turn corn into tortillas
  • Guest organization: NOFA Vermont

180 Intervale Road
Burlington,  VT 05401
(802) 660-0440
Admission is Free

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