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By: Sonya Enright | September 20, 2019

This weekend – Sept 21-22, 2019

Set in the backdrop of our world renowned Vermont fall foliage,

attendees of the 11th Annual Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival

will discover, savor and enjoy Vermont vintners, small specialty food producers, chefs, painters, publishers, cheese makers, potters, jewelers, photographers and farmers. We are pleased to share that the Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival has been designated as one of North America’s Top 100 events by the American Bus Association, the only Vermont event to have made the list!

The 2019 Festival takes place September 20th- September 22nd in Dover, VT





Today marks the Fall Equinox! It's the first full day of the fall season, so get ready for changing leaves, cooler weather, and all things autumn. Meteorologically speaking, fall began on September 1, but the fall equinox marks the astronomical start of the season.

The term "equinox" refers to the time or date at which the sun crosses the celestial equator, making day and night of equal length. There are two equinoxes each year; on September 22 or 23 and March 20 or 21.

Once the fall equinox begins, daylight in the Northern Hemisphere continues to gradually diminish until the winter solstice. The opposite occurs in the Southern Hemisphere, where daylight continues to grow longer.

Celebrate with some of your favorite fall activities! Go apple picking, get out into nature, or simply get together with friends to enjoy their company.


Posted on September 20, 2019 updated on September 20, 2019