Aunt Sadie’s, Inc./Twin Oak Antiques 108 S. Lunenburg Road, Lunenburg, VT 05906 Phone: 802-892-5267 Fax: 802-892-5269 Aunt Sadie’s is one of the leading manufacturers of scented candles in the US. On the property is also our antique shop, Twin Oak Antiques, where visitors can purchase premium and seconds candles, a select group of Vermont-made gifts and country, camp, Adirondack and a general line of antiques.
Newport City Renaissance Corporation 194 Main Street #208, Newport Vermont 05855 802-323-1056 [email protected] This is Newport. Return to the real Vermont. A place for people in the know. Genuine hospitality. True farm to table experience. Four-season destination. South of the border. International Lake. Authentic Vermont. Newport. Genuine by Nature. The Newport City Renaissance Corporation serves as a catalyst transforming Newport’s community and economic development.
Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce 57 Pond Street, Clocktower, Ludlow, VT 05149 Phone: 802-228-5830 We are a regional chamber of commerce representing the Towns of Andover, Cavendish, Chester, Ludlow, Mount Holly, Plymouth and Weston.
Pat Briggs Antiques 103 S. Lunenburg Road, Lunenburg VT 05906 Phone: 802-892-5907 Pat Briggs Antiques is a quaint shop specializing in primitives, folk art, camp and cabin, furniture, signs and just plain funky stuff. The shop has been open since 1970 and has a reputation for a place where you can find fresh to the market goods at reasonable prices. The shop is located directly across the street from Twin Oak Antiques.
Shopping is fun in Vermont, like it once was all over America. Vermont is known for many unique products, like cheese and maple syrup, which represent quality you can only find in Vermont. You will also find art, jewelry, nationally recognized crafts, handcrafted furniture, award winning Vermont specialty foods, shoes, clothing and sports equipment. Shopping in Vermont varies from our charming New England villages to quaint country farms. Take back a piece of Vermont quality. You will always find a something special either for yourself, or for a loved one, a business associate, a wedding, anniversary, housewarming, or for your home.
After gaining recognition in New England, they caught the attention of Bill Graham, a well-known promoter who continued to book them, helping them gain fans in every city they visited. After the band parted ways in 1983 due to creative differences, Peter Wolf took on a solo career releasing seven solo albums and collaborating with countless musicians such as Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Don’t miss a great show at the Flying Monkey October 17.
Book your Flying Monkey accommodation at the romantic Glynn House Inn. Guests enjoy gracious surroundings, delicious food, uncompromising service and genuine hospitality. A multi-course gourmet breakfast is served at separate tables in the Victorian dining room. A full gluten free breakfast menu is always available. Afternoon refreshments and early evening wine and cheese are offered daily. Bring your favorite four-footed canine pal. Reserve one of five pet friendly rooms. Pamper yourself and book an in-room massage – available in most guest rooms.
Are you looking for other fall activities during your visit to New Hampshire’s spectacular White Mountains and Lakes Regions? Venture away from the Inn and enjoy art galleries, boating, fine dining, fishing, golf, hiking, historic sites, tax free shopping or simply experience the delightful New Hampshire countryside. Inn guests enjoy savings on many fall activities too. View the Glynn House website http://www.glynnhouse.com for additional information about the Inn, special offers and local activities.
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Peter Wolf! http://glynnhouse.com/events/ Bluesy Rock n Roller Peter Wolf is best known for his stretch as the front man with long-time band the J. Geils Blues Band, where he was known for his stage antics and quick wit. After seeing the J. Geils Band in concert for the first time Wolf immediately joined the band and became not only the leader of the group but also handled much of the group’s business affairs. The band soon became well known for their vivacious and exciting live performances.