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Dining Guide and Calendar of Events Here’s what’s happening Sep

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Advanced bridge course in Middlebury. Thursday, Sept. 23, 6:30-8 p.m., Ilsley Library. Louise Acker, Bronze Life Master, teaches this six-week course covering competitive bidding. Info: 388-4095 or chris.kirby@ilsleypubliclibrary.org. Author appearance in Brandon. Thursday, Sept. 23, 7 p.m., Briggs Carriage Bookstore. Bill Morgan presents “The Typewriter Is Holy: The Complete, Uncensored History of the Beat Generation.” Morgan discusses the literary phenomenon of post-World War II America, primarily the three “holy” books of Beat: Ginsberg’s “Howl,” Kerouac’s “On the Road,” and Burroughs’ “Naked Lunch.” Info: 247-0050. Vermont Symphony Orchestra in Vergennes. Thursday, Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. The VSO performs its 2010 Made in Vermont Music Festival, highlighting several principal players including Albert Brouwer on flute, Shelagh Abate on French horn and harpist Heidi Soons. Tickets $24 adults, $20 seniors, $12 students, Vermont state college faculty and staff $12, Vermont state college students $6. Tickets available at the VOH and Classic Stitching and through FlynnTix at (802) 86-FLYNN.

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Spaghetti dinner in Vergennes. Friday, Sept. 24, 6 p.m. Vergennes American Legion. Tickets $10 adults, $5 kids 10 and under. Benefits Friends of Vergennes Football. Tickets: Lisa Rowell, 759-2078 or rowell@madriver.com. Justin Perdue in Brandon. Friday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m., Briggs

in our part of Vermont from mid-September through Thanksgiving weekend. Calendar listings were accurate at press time, but things can change — call before you travel. More detailed and up-to-the-minute calendar listings are available in the twice-weekly Addison Independent and on the Independent website, www.addisonindependent.com.

Carriage Bookstore. Perdue on jazz guitar, Jeremy Harlos on bass, and Travis Shores on drums playing original compositions. Info: 247-0050.

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Vergennes Opera House Road Rally. Saturday, Sept. 25, 8 a.m., Vergennes Opera House. Formerly the Ladies’ Rally, this annual fundraiser is now open to both men and women. Support the opera house and take a scenic drive through Vermont and New York, with a stop at Fort Ti and lunch at the Sagamore Hotel in Lake George. Registration 8 a.m., send-off at 9 from the Vergennes City Park. Go to www.vergennesoperahouse.org/home/rally for info, registration form and “Go the Extra Mile” pledge sheets. Benefit bike ride in Addison County. Saturday, Sept. 25, 9 a.m., start and end at Bridport town green. Two routes: 38-mile route through Bridport, Addison and Panton or 15-mile route through Bridport. To benefit the Foundation for Alcoholism Research. Registration fee minimum $40 for adults, $20 for riders under 16. Lunch and T-shirts provided. Register online at www.alcoholismresearch.org, by phone at 758-2243, or on site the day of the ride. Antiques appraisals in Middlebury. Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Courtyard Marriott. As a fund-raiser, the Henry Sheldon Museum in Middlebury brings in five appraisers to give verbal appraisals of toys, furniture, glass, jewelry, china, books, military items and ephemera. Cost $7 per item or $24 per four items. Silent art auction and raffle in Bristol. Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., town green, at Art on Main’s Harvest Festival booth. Tickets and info: 453-4032 or info@artonmain.net. Bristol Harvest Festival. Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free family fun with 90-plus crafters/vendors, horse-

drawn wagon rides, pie contest, bandstand music, farmers’ market, children’s venue with pony rides and more. Info: www.bristolharvestfest.com. Footrace at Fort Ticonderoga. Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m., Ticonderoga, N.Y. To benefit the Duane Crammond Memorial Scholarship fund. A 5K cross-country race on grass and gravel on the Fort Ti peninsula. Fifes and drums hail the finishers. Info: (518) 585-2821 or www.duanecrammond.net. Better L8 than Never Car Show in Bristol. Saturday, Sept. 25, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Bristol Recreation field. Hosted by the Snake Mountain Cruisers, sponsored by the Five Town Business Council. Part of the Bristol Harvest Festival. Info: 388-7951, ext. 1. Shipwreck tour in Ferrisburgh. Saturday, Sept. 25, 11 a.m.12:30 p.m., Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. Take a boat tour and “see” some of Lake Champlain’s 300 shipwrecks with the onboard remotely operated vehicle (ROV) camera. Special September rate, half-price: adults $11, youth $9. Pre-registration required: 475-2022 or info@lcmm.org. “Liberty Now Has a New Country” history presentation in Orwell. Saturday, Sept. 25, 1 p.m., Mount Independence State Historic Site. British actor and playwright Howard Burnham portrays the Marquis de Lafayette, during his 1825 tour of the U.S. Lafayette eulogizes the Baron de Kalb, with whom he arrived in 1777 as a young man to fight in the cause of American liberty. Info: www.historicvermont. org/mountindependence. “Bright Star” screening at Middlebury College. Saturday, Sept. 25, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. Film by Jane Campion (“The Piano”) based on the 3-year romance between 19th-century poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts. Champlain Valley Fiddlers Club meeting in Middlebury. Sunday, Sept. 25, 7-9 p.m., VFW. Fiddlers meet to share songs and techniques and hold a friendly jam. Special


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beginners session at 6:30 p.m. Info: (802) 771-7122 or http://vtukes.webs.com. Maple Jam in Brandon. Saturday, Sept. 25, 7 p.m., Briggs Carriage Bookstore. Vocal ensemble performing a cappella jazz in close harmony. Arrangements by Manhattan Transfer, Take 6 and more, music by the Beatles and Billy Joel and more, plus jazz standards, pop tunes and original works. Info: 247-0050. Michele Fay Band in Middlebury. Saturday, Sept. 25, 8:30 p.m., 51 Main. Traditional/swing/ bluegrass.

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Green Mountain Club hike in Ripton. Sunday, Sept. 26, time and meeting place TBA. A silent meditative hike to Silent Cliff. Easy 1.6 hike with 520-foot elevation change. Slow, silent hike with Flowering Tree Ceremony. Bring a journal and pen. Contact leader Robert Riversong for info: (802) 496-4452 or rites-of-passage@ponds-edge.net. Green Mountain Bicycle Club ride in Addison County. Sunday, Sept. 26, 9:45 a.m., meet at Vergennes Union High School. “Addison Ambler� ride travels south from Vergennes to Weybridge on Route 125, then west to Bridport and back to Vergennes on quiet roads. Options for 46 or 60 miles. Call leader Karl Garen for info: (802) 233-6234 or kgaren@madriver.com. Tim O’Brien in concert in Middlebury. Sunday, Sept. 26, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theater. One of the stars of contemporary bluegrass, Grammywinning O’Brien plays guitar, fiddle, mandolin, bouzouki and mandocello. Tickets $35 in advance, $37 at the door, available at 388-0216 or www.afterdarkmusicseries.com.

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Lecture on Japanese dance at Middlebury College. Monday, Sept. 27, 4:30 p.m., Robert A. Jones ’59 Conference Room. Bruce Baird, assistant professor of Japanese at UMass Amherst presents “Dancing in a Pool of Gray Grits: Imagining the Body in the Japanese Dance Form Butoh.� Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Local author in Middlebury. Wednesday, Sept. 29, 7 p.m., Ilsley Library. Author and physician Jack Mayer presents his latest book, “Life in a Jar.� Info: 388-4095.

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30

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“Some Observations on 25 Years of Collecting Art for a College Museum� lecture at Middlebury College. Thursday, Sept. 30, 4:30 p.m., Dana Auditorium. Middlebury College Museum of Art Director Richard Saunders discusses the journey

taken to build an art collection for the college since his arrival in 1985. Free. Info: 443-5007 or www.museum.middlebury.edu. Author appearance in Brandon. Thursday, Sept. 30, 7 p.m., Briggs Carriage Bookstore. In “Vermont’s Irish Rebel,� historian Bill McKone explores the life of Capt. John Lonergan, an Irish immigrant to Vermont who fought during the Civil War. Info: 247-0050. “Shirley Valentine� on stage in Middlebury. Thursday, Sept. 30, 8 p.m., Town Hall Theater. One-woman comedy starring Karen Lefkoe. Tickets $17, available at the THT box office, www. townhalltheater.org, or 382-9222. Also Oct. 1-3.

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Annual 10/100 Rotary dinner in Middlebury. Friday, Oct. 1, 6 p.m., Middlebury American Legion. Couples pay $100 for the catered dinner, where $3,000 in prize money will be drawn, plus door prizes. Tickets cover dinner and drinks. Music by the Horse Traders. Info and tickets: holzinu@ hotmail.com or 758-2528. Art show celebration in Middlebury. Friday, Oct. 1, 6:30-9 p.m., Carol’s Hungry Mind. A party to mark the closing of a month-long exhibit and silent auction of works donated by local artists to raise funds for Quarry Hill School. “Shirley Valentine� gala performance on stage in Middlebury. Friday, Oct. 1, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theater. One-woman comedy starring Karen Lefkoe. Annual benefit features an elegant reception at 7 and desserts and free champagne at intermission. Tickets $35, available at the THT box office, www.townhalltheater.org, or 382-9222. Heliand Trio at Middlebury College. Friday, Oct. 1, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. “French/ Brazilian Connection� includes music by Poulenc, Villa Lobos and other composers active in Paris and Brazil in the mid-20th century. Affiliate artists Cynthia Huard (piano) and Rachael Elliott (bassoon) are joined by clarinetist Elisabeth LeBlanc. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Green Mountain Club walk in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 2, 9 a.m., meet at Wright Park on Seymour Street Extension. Tree identification walk, co-sponsored by Middlebury Area Land Trust. Leader: Kathy Boyer, 453-6067 or weg@ gmavt.net. Woofstock 2010: Walk and Festival for the Animals in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 2, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Middlebury Rec Park. Walk is approximately half a mile through Middlebury; dog not required to participate in the walk. Silly pet tricks and costume contests, judged by Rusty DeWees, “The Logger.� Prizes for top adult and child fund-raisers; walkers can get pledge forms at the shelter or at www.addisonhumane.org, or raise funds online at www.firstgiving.com/addisonhumane. Benefits the ACHS shelter. Info:

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388-1100 or www.addisonhumane.org. Dead Creek Wildlife Day in Addison. Saturday, Oct. 2, 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area on Route 17. Field trips, illustrated talks, wildlife-related exhibitions, kids’ crafts, bird banding and butterfly marking, and more. Free shuttle to nearby field events. Information: (802) 241-3700. See the full list of events by clicking the Dead Creek Wildlife Day link at www.vtfishandwildlife.com. HarvestFest in Brandon. Saturday, Oct. 2, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Central Park. Make “Harvest People� (a.k.a. stick people, scarecrows, leaf people) and celebrate the season with hayrides, apple pie and more. Info: 247-6401 or www.brandon.org. Bike tour and pig roast in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 2, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Middlebury town green. All-ages “Tour de Teens,� to benefit Addison Central Teens. Choose from a 26-mile Little City Tour or the 4-mile Horse Farm Tour. Pig roast at 1:30 p.m. Info and registration forms available at ACT, 94 Main St. in Middlebury or www.addisonteens.com. Rain date Oct. 9. Shipwreck tour in Ferrisburgh. Saturday, Oct. 2, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. Take a boat tour and “see� some of Lake Champlain’s 300 shipwrecks with the onboard remotely operated vehicle (ROV) camera. Tickets: $22 adults, $18 youth. Pre-registration required: 475-2022 or info@lcmm.org. Book sale in New Haven. Saturday, Oct. 2, noon-4 p.m., New Haven Town Gym. The New Haven Community Library’s Friends of the Library sell hundreds of books, with the suggested price, “Take What You Want, Give What You Can.� In conjunction with the New Haven Harvest Festival. Free movie at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 2, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. Erik Poppe’s film follows the societal reentry of Thomas (Sverre Valheim Hagen) after an 8-year prison term for the murder of a young boy. In Norwegian with English subtitles. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts. Harvest supper in Brandon. Saturday, Oct. 2, 5-7 p.m., Brandon Congregational Church. Smorgasbord supper of roast turkey, ham, meatballs, lasagna, pasta, maple baked beans and more, plus Vermont apple crisp with Ben & Jerry’s ice cream for dessert. Adults $12, children $6, children under 5 free. All you can eat. Takeout available; call 247-6121 that day. ChamplainPhilharmonicOrchestrainVergennes. Saturday, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. Performance and ticket information is at www.vergennesoperahouse.org. “Shirley Valentine� on stage in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 2, 8 p.m., Town Hall Theater. One-woman comedy starring Karen Lefkoe. Tickets $17, available at the THT box office, www. townhalltheater.org, or 382-9222. Also Oct. 3.

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“Shirley Valentine� on stage in Middlebury. Sunday, Oct. 3, 2 p.m., Town Hall Theater. One-woman comedy starring Karen Lefkoe. Tickets $17, available at the THT box office, www.townhalltheater.

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“Keys to Credit� class in Middlebury. Tuesdays, Oct. 5 and Oct. 12, 10 a.m.-noon, Department of Health Building, 700 Exchange St. Two-part series about the world of credit and how to improve your credit score. Registration: (802) 540-0365 or growingmoney@cvoeo.org.

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Conversation with guest artist Terry Creach at Middlebury College. Wednesday, Oct. 6, 12:30 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Bring your lunch and join a conversation about art-making with dance artist Terry Creach, facilitated by Andrea Olsen for the Place of Dance series. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts. Discussion on the Library of Congress in Middlebury. Wednesday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m., Ilsley Library. John Cole, founding director of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, presents “The Library of Congress: The Ups and Downs of Jefferson’s Legacy,� which explores Jefferson’s belief that a national library was essential to a democracy. Info: 388-4095.

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Lecture on the films of Antonioni at Middlebury College. Thursday, Oct. 7, 4:30 p.m., Robert A. Jones ’59 House, Conference Room. Guggenheim Fellow Bruce Winstein of the University of Chicago presents “A Cosmologist Reflects on the Work of Michelangelo Antonioni.� Winstein discusses how Antonioni’s cinematic methodology resonates with the scientific method practiced by researchers. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury. edu/arts. Architecture lecture at Middlebury College. Thursday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m., Dana Auditorium. Cameron Visiting Architect Brian MacKay-Lyons speaks. He is internationally recognized for linking architectural works to their environments by combining local materials, technologies and building practices with regional forms. “Death of a Salesman� on stage in Middlebury. Thursday, Oct. 7, 7:30 p.m., Town Hall Theater. Christopher Lloyd stars as Willy Loman in this Arthur Miller classic. Also on Oct. 8. Tickets $29, available at www.townhalltheater.org, 382-9222 or at the THT box office.

Oct

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Art opening reception in Bristol. Friday, Oct. 8, 5-7 p.m., Art on Main. Celebrating the new exhibit, “Forest and Field,� featuring the paintings of Cynthia Guild Kling and the wood sculpture of John H. Clarke. On exhibit through Nov. 15.

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“Death of a Salesmanâ€? on stage in Middlebury. Friday, Oct. 8, 7:30 p.m., Town Hall Theater. Christopher Lloyd stars as Willy Loman in this Arthur Miller classic. Tickets $29, available at www.townhalltheater.org, 382-9222 or at the THT box office. Arts Walk in Middlebury. Friday, Oct. 8, 5-7 p.m., downtown Middlebury and the Marble Works. Monthly outdoor stroll through town featuring art, music, food and fun, with over 40 venues participating. Info: 388-7951, ext. 2, or info@middleburyartswalk.com. François Clemmons in concert at Middlebury College. Friday, Oct. 8, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. The Alexander Twilight Artist-inResidence performs his annual Fall Family Weekend concert with a mix of joyful songs, from spirituals to Gershwin. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Marsh, meadow and grassland wildlife walk in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 9, 8-10 a.m., meet at Otter View Park parking area, corner of Weybridge Street and Pulp Mill Bridge Road. Monthly walk offered by the Middlebury Area Land Trust and Otter Creek Audubon to help survey birds and other wildlife in Otter View Park and Hurd Grassland. Info: 399-1007 or 388-6829. Metropolitan Opera live in HD in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 9, 1 p.m., Town Hall Theater. Wagner’s “Das Rheingold,� a new production starring Bryn Harmer and Stephanie Blythe, will be shown live in high-def on the big screen at the THT. Tickets $22. Info: 388-1436 or www.townhalltheater.org. Encore screening Oct. 19. “Tibet in Song� documentary screening at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 9, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. Award-winning documentary on Tibet’s musical culture that filmmaker Ngawang Choephel set out to make in 1995, but then was imprisoned for seven years by the Chinese government after being accused of espionage. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury. edu/arts. Piano concert at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 9, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Austrian pianist Till Fellner plays three Beethoven piano sonatas. Reserved seating. Tickets $24/18/6, available at 443-6433 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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“Global Work Party: A Day to Celebrate Climate Solutions� at Middlebury College. Sunday, Oct. 10, 10 a.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Part of a worldwide event to take action on a clean energy future, this event is led by the college’s Body and Earth class. Yoga at 10 a.m., followed by special classes and workshops. Info: www.350.org or www.middlebury.edu/arts. Ridge Run in Ripton. Sunday, Oct. 10, 12:30 p.m.,

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Ripton Elementary School. 10.4K run, 5K run and Fun Walk; prizes, raffle, lunch. The 10.4K course will be run counter-clockwise this year. Racers check in from 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Adults, $20; children and seniors, $13, until Oct. 5. After Oct. 6, $30 and $20. Benefits Ripton Elementary School. Entry forms and information: www.riptonridgerun.org or 388-2208.

fall production, based on the beloved novel by Kenneth Grahame. Tickets $12 general admission, $6 children 8 and under, available at the VOH, Classic Stitching, and www.brownpapertickets.com. Also Oct. 15-17 and 22-24.

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“The Wind in the Willows� on stage in Vergennes. Friday, Oct. 15, 8 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. The Little City Players present their fall production, based on the beloved novel by Kenneth Grahame. Tickets $12 general admission, $6 children 8 and under, available at the VOH, Classic Stitching, and www.brownpapertickets.com. Also Oct. 16-17 and 22-24.

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Piano concert at Middlebury College. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Pianist Paul Lewis plays Mozart, Schumann, Liszt and Beethoven. Reserved seating. Tickets, $24/18/6, available at 443-6433 and www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Green Mountain Club walk and lunch in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 16, time and meeting place TBA. Take an easy, family-friendly one-hour walk on the Trail Around Middlebury, followed by

a potluck lunch at the home of Liz Hunt. Bring your own place setting and a dish to share. For time and meeting place call leaders Frank and Maureen Kane: 388-1162. RSVP to Liz Hunt for the potluck: 388-4851. Lake Champlain birding in Addison. Saturday, Oct. 16, 8:30-11:30 a.m., meet at Dead Creek WMA Goose Viewing Area on Route 17. Visit the hotspots of Addison County’s shoreline for a wide range of Champlain water Birds. Call leader Mike Winslow for more information: 877-6586. “Sidelined by History� presentation in Orwell. Saturday, Oct. 16, 1 p.m., Mount Independence State Historic Site. Revolutionary War reenactor Clifford Mullen tells the story of Seth Warner, Green Mountain Boy. Free, but donations appreciated. Info: www.historicvermont.org/ mountindependence. Friends of the Art Museum Gala at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 16, 7-10 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts lobbies and Middlebury College Museum of Art. Cocktail party and gala celebration with food, drink, music and entertainment, plus a tour of the retrospective exhibition, “Friends Bearing Gifts: 40 Years of Acquisitions from the Friends of the Art Museum.� Tickets $50, available at 443-6433 or www.middlebury.edu/

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Metropolitan Opera encore screening in Middlebury. Tuesday, Oct. 19, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theater. Wagner’s “Das Rheingold,” starring Bryn Harmer and Stephanie Blythe, will be shown in high-def on the big screen at the THT. Tickets $22. Info: 388-1436 or www.townhalltheater.org.

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“Vermont History Through Song” presentation in Middlebury. Wednesday, Oct. 20, 7 p.m., Ilsley Library. Singer and radio commentator Linda Radtke is joined by pianist Arthur Zorn. Co-sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council. Info: 388-4095.

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arts; purchase by Oct. 11. “The Wind in the Willows” on stage in Vergennes. Saturday, Oct. 16, 8 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. The Little City Players present their fall production, based on the beloved novel by Kenneth Grahame. Tickets $12 general admission, $6 children 8 and under, available at the VOH, Classic Stitching, and www.brownpapertickets.com. Also Oct. 17 and 22-24.

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Author appearance in Middlebury. Sunday, Oct. 17, 2 p.m., Ilsley Library. Author Michael C. White discusses his new book, “Beautiful Assassin.” “The Wind in the Willows” on stage in Vergennes. Sunday, Oct. 17, 2 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. The Little City Players present their fall production, based on the beloved novel by Kenneth Grahame. Tickets $12 general admission, $6 children 8 and under, available at the VOH, Classic Stitching, and www.brownpapertickets.com. Also, Oct. 22-24. Author appearance at Fort Ticonderoga. Sunday, Oct. 17, 2-3 p.m., Ticonderoga, N.Y. Author James Nelson presents a talk based on his new book, “General Washington’s Great Gamble,” focusing on the naval battle in the Chesapeake that enabled American victory at Yorktown. Admission to the fort required.

THURSDAY

Lecture on the Middlebury College sculpture collection at Middlebury College. Thursday, Oct. 21, 4:30 p.m., Dana Auditorium. John Hunisak, professor of history of art and architecture, presents “Four Decades of Collecting Sculpture at Middlebury: From New-Classicism Through Symbolism,” which discusses the college’s collection in the larger context of 19th-centure art. Free. Info: 443-5007 or www.museum.middlebury.edu.

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“The Wind in the Willows” on stage in Vergennes. Friday, Oct. 22, 8 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. The Little City Players present their fall production, based on the beloved novel by Kenneth Grahame. Tickets $12 general admission, $6 children 8 and under, available at the VOH, Classic Stitching, and www.brownpapertickets.com. Also Oct. 23 and 24. Susanne Peck and Cynthia Huard in concert at Middlebury College. Friday, Oct. 22, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Peck, soprano, and Huard on piano present a smorgasbord of old and new songs. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www. middlebury.edu/arts.

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Green Mountain Club fall cleanup on the Long Trail. Saturday, Oct. 23, time and meeting place to be announced. Help with maintenance on the trail between the Middlebury Gap and the Sucker Brook Shelter. No experience necessary; tools provided. Moderate, 5.5 miles, 595 elevation gain. Car spotting. Call leader Chip Morgan for info: 388-9868. Quilt show in Middlebury. Saturday, Oct. 23, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Middlebury Union High School. The

Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild presents Quilting in the Land of Milk and Honey,” with over 100 quilts by local quilters and featured fabric artist Judith Reilly. Continues Sunday. Info: www.milkandhoneyquilters.com. Free movie at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 23, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. “24 City,” Jia Zhangke’s poetic fiction-nonfiction hybrid film in which Chinese Factory 420 is torn down to make way for luxury housing and workers of various generations tell their stories. In Chinese with English subtitles. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www. middlebury.edu/arts. Annual Homegrown Dinner in Shoreham. Saturday, Oct. 23, 5-8 p.m., Shoreham Congregational Church. A benefit dinner featuring locally raised and grown food, including plenty of vegetarian fare. To benefit the Friends of the Platt Memorial Library. Info and pricing: 897-7031. Haunted Forest in Vergennes. Saturday, Oct. 23, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Falls Park at the Basin. Guided tours on trails along the creek. Refreshments. Info: www.addisoncounty.com. Info: 388-7951, ext. 1. “The Wind in the Willows” on stage in Vergennes. Saturday, Oct. 23, 8 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. The Little City Players present their fall production, based on the beloved novel by Kenneth Grahame. Tickets $12 general admission, $6 children 8 and under, available at the VOH, Classic Stitching, and www.brownpapertickets.com. Also Oct. 24.

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costume parade down Main Street’s sidewalks, carved pumpkin and costume contests, monster mash dance party and more. Sponsored by the Better Middlebury Partnership. Info: 388-4126.

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Behind-the-Scenes Luncheon and Discussion at Middlebury College. Tuesday, Oct. 26, 12:30 p.m., Wright Memorial Theater. Director Richard Romagnoli introduces his upcoming production, “Major Barbara,” and cast and crew share their insights. Lunch free for college ID holders; by donation for community members. Info: 443-3168 or www. middlebury.edu/arts.

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Quilt show in Middlebury. Sunday, Oct. 24, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Middlebury Union High School. The Milk & Honey Quilters’ Guild presents Quilting in the Land of Milk and Honey,” with over 100 quilts by local quilters and featured fabric artist Judith Reilly. Info: www.milkandhoneyquilters.com. Metropolitan Opera live in HD in Middlebury. Sunday, Oct. 24, 1 p.m., Town Hall Theater. Mussorgsky’s “Boris Godunov,” a new production starring Valery Gergiev and René Pape, will be shown live in high-def on the big screen at the THT. Tickets $22. Info: 388-1436 or www.townhalltheater.org. “The Wind in the Willows” on stage in Vergennes. Sunday, Oct. 24, 2 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. The Little City Players present their fall production, based on the beloved novel by Kenneth Grahame. Tickets $12 general admission, $6 children 8 and under, available at the VOH, Classic Stitching, and www.brownpapertickets.com. Dayve Huckett at Middlebury College. Sunday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Huckett plays Zappa, the Beatles, Sting and more as well as his own compositions on classical, steel string and electric guitars. With Peter Hamlin, accordion; Mark Christensen, guitar and Chapman Stick; Hannah Rose Rommer, viola and voice; and Rachael Elliott, bassoon. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu. Third annual Middlebury Spooktacular. Saturday, Oct. 23, 2-4 p.m., Main Street. Trick-or-treat

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“Major Barbara” on stage at Middlebury College. Thursday, Oct. 28, Wright Theater, 8 p.m. Director Richard Romagnoli takes on George Bernard Shaw’s classic drama, in which a controversial munitions manufacturer is reunited with his three children, challenging their views on religion, war, profit and poverty. Tickets $10/8/6, on sale Oct. 11, available at 443-6433 or www.middlebury. edu/arts. Also on Oct. 29 and 30.

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costume contests, monster mash dance party and more. Parade crosses the new Cross Street Bridge and joins the bridge opening celebration in progress on the other side. Sponsored by the Better Middlebury Partnership. Info: 388-4126. Free movie at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 30, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. Michael Moore’s latest documentary on the impact of corporate dominance on the everyday lives of Americans. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts. Pumpkins in the Park. Saturday, Oct. 30, 6:45 p.m., Vergennes City Park. Bring a carved and/or decorated pumpkin with a candle and registration form to the park to be part of the Pumpkin Glow at 7 p.m. and enter the pumpkin contest in five categories, child through adult. Costume parade during pumpkin judging. Mulled cider and donuts at the bandstand. Forms available online at www. pumpkinsinthepark.com, Vergennes merchants and the Addison County Chamber of Commerce. Info: 388-7951, ext. 1. “Major Barbara” on stage at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 30, Wright Theater, 8 p.m. Director Richard Romagnoli takes on George Bernard Shaw’s classic drama, in which a controversial munitions manufacturer is reunited with his three children, challenging their views on religion, war, profit and poverty. Tickets $10/8/6, on sale Oct. 11, available at 443-6433 or www.middlebury. edu/arts. Panton Flats in Vergennes. Saturday, Oct. 30, 8 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. This local “supergroup” will play Motown, blues, funk, country and rock-and-roll, including songs by Neil Young, Amos Lee, the Rolling Stones and more. Come ready to dance. Info: www.vergennesoperahouse.org. Bagpipes concert at Middlebury College. Saturday, Oct. 30, 8 p.m., Mead Memorial Chapel. Affiliate artist Timothy Cummings shares music from the British Isles, Appalachia and his own imagination, played on a variety of Celtic instruments: penny whistles and three types of Scottish bagpipes. With guests and brief discussions of the instruments. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Halloween concert at Middlebury College. Sunday, Oct. 31, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Andrew Massey conducts the Middlebury College Orchestra’s Halloween-themed performance. Tickets $10/8/6. Info: 443-6433 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Lecture on heirloom preservation at Middlebury College. Thursday, Nov. 4, 4:30 p.m., Dana Auditorium. Paper conservator M.J. Davis presents “Caring for Your Family’s Treasures,” including proper handling and protection from light can add years to the life of your collection. Free. Info: 443-5007 or museum.middlebury.edu.

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Free movie at Middlebury College. Saturday, Nov. 6, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. “Women Without Men,” about four women in Iran who find independence, solace and companionship in an orchard garden during the 1953 CIA-backed coup d’état. In Persian with English subtitles. Info: 443-3168 or www. middlebury.edu/arts. Tom Rush in concert in Vergennes. Saturday, Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m., Vergennes Opera House. Music legend of the ’60s and ’70s. Tickets $35, available at the VOH or Classic Stitching or online at www.brownpapertickets.com. Info: 877

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Affiliate artist collaborative concert at Middlebury College. Sunday, Nov. 7, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. The college’s music teachers come together to “show their stuff.” Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Marsh, meadow and grassland wildlife walk in Middlebury. Thursday, Nov. 11, 8-10 a.m., meet at Otter View Park parking area, corner of Weybridge Street and Pulp Mill Bridge Road. Monthly walk offered by the Middlebury Area Land Trust and Otter Creek Audubon to help survey birds and other wildlife in Otter View Park and Hurd Grassland. Info: 399-1007 or 388-6829. String quartet concert at Middlebury College. Thursday, Nov. 11, noon, Mahaney Center for the Arts. The Jupiter String Quartet plays a lunchtime concert of Beethoven and Schumann. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www. middlebury.edu/arts. Otter Creek Audubon annual dinner and meeting. Thursday, Nov. 11, 6-8:30 p.m., Waybury Inn. Reservations required for dinner at 6: 388-2556. At 7:30, Mark LaBarr, conservation biologist for Audubon Vermont will speak on the topic “Bird Work: Peregrinations of a Bird Biologist.” No fee for talk.

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“What Did the Voters Really Say?” discussion in Middlebury. Wednesday, Nov. 3, 7 p.m., Ilsley Library. Former ABC News correspondent Barrie Dunsmore examines the November election results and how they may shape domestic and foreign policy in the 2012 presidential race. Info: 388-4095.

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Diana Fanning in concert at Middlebury College. Friday, Nov. 12, 8 p.m., Meat Memorial Chapel. Beloved local pianist Fanning celebrates 40 years of performing professionally with a special program of Chopin, Schumann and Dvorak, performed with the Jupiter String Quartet. Cellist Dieuwke Davydov makes a guest appearance. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Metropolitan Opera live in HD in Middlebury. Saturday, Nov. 13, 1 p.m., Town Hall Theater. Donizetti’s “Don Pasquale,” starring James Levine and

Anna Netrebko, will be shown live in high-def on the big screen at the THT. Tickets $22. Info: 388-1436 or www.townhalltheater.org. Encore screening Nov. 15. Free movie at Middlebury College. Saturday, Nov. 13, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. “Harlan: In the Shadow of Jew Süss,” a documentary from Felix Moeller is an eye-opening examination of German film history, focusing on the treacherous anti-Semitic propaganda film “Jud Süss.” In German with English subtitles. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/ arts. Fall choral concert at Middlebury College. Saturday, Nov. 13, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. The Middlebury College Choir and the Women’s Glee Club, with guest conductors Jeff Rehbach and Susanne Peck. Tickets $10/8/6, available at 443-6433 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Metropolitan Opera encore in Middlebury. Monday, Nov. 15, 7 p.m., Town Hall Theater. Donizettiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Don Pasquale,â&#x20AC;? starring James Levine and Anna Netrebko, will be shown in high-def on the big screen at the THT. Tickets $22. Info: 388-1436 or www.townhalltheater. org.

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the Arts. See details under Nov. 18. Middlebury College Orchestra in concert at Middlebury College. Friday, Nov. 19, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. The orchestra, led by conductor Andrew Massey, presents its major fall concert. Tickets $10/8/6. Info:

443-6433 or www.middlebury.edu/arts. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Place of Danceâ&#x20AC;? at Middlebury College. Friday, Nov. 19, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Annual fall dance concert featuring work by emerging dance artists at the intermediate levels. Also Nov. 20. Tickets $10/8/6.

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Behind-the-Scenes Lunch and Discussion at Middlebury College. Tuesday, Nov. 16, 12:30 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Director Claudio Medeiros leads a discussion about the upcoming production, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hecuba,â&#x20AC;? and cast and crew share insights on their work. Lunch free for college ID holders, by donation for community members.

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Student piano recital at Middlebury College. Thursday, Nov. 18, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Students of affiliate artist Diana Fanning perform a variety of works. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hecubaâ&#x20AC;? on stage at Middlebury College. Thursday, Nov. 18, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Euripides play in which Troy has fallen to the Greeks and the now-enslaved queen, Hecuba, turns her grief into a lust for revenge. Also Nov. 19-21. Tickets $10/8/6. Info: 443-6433 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Free movie at Middlebury College. Saturday, Nov. 20, 3 and 8 p.m., Dana Auditorium. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Headless Woman,â&#x20AC;? a mysterious tale of a woman who may have killed someone or something while driving on a dirt road. In Spanish with English subtitles. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Very Dickensâ&#x20AC;? on stage in Vergennes. Saturday, Nov. 20, time TBA, Vergennes Opera House. A new play that finds Charles Dickens reading from his own work. Starring Neil Worden, adapted and directed by Gaen Murphree. Info: www.theverydickens.com. Also on Nov. 21. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hecubaâ&#x20AC;? on stage at Middlebury College. Saturday, Nov. 20, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. See details under Nov. 18. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Place of Danceâ&#x20AC;? at Middlebury College. Saturday, Nov. 20, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. See Nov. 19 for details. Sound Investment Jazz Ensemble at Middlebury College. Saturday, Nov. 20, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. Dick Forman directs this student jazz ensemble, which plays Big Band swing, upbeat bebop, classic jazz and contemporary grooves. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury. edu/arts.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Very Dickensâ&#x20AC;? on stage in Vergennes. Sunday, Nov. 21, time TBA, Vergennes Opera House. A new play that finds Charles Dickens reading from his own work. Starring Neil Worden, adapted and directed by Gaen Murphree. Info: www.theverydickens.com. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hecubaâ&#x20AC;? on stage at Middlebury College. Sunday, Nov. 21, 8 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts. See details under Nov. 18. Middlebury College Community Chorus at Middlebury College. Sunday, Nov. 21, 3 p.m., Mead Chapel. A concert in celebration of the season of Thanksgiving, performed by Middlebury College students, staff and faculty, as well as singers from Addison County and across the lake. Free. Info: 443-3168 or www.middlebury.edu/arts.

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Apple picking is great family fun, with a hidden surprise VERMONT — Apple iPods are practically growing on trees this fall as part of the “Apples to iPods in Vermont” promotion sponsored in part by the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing. In the contest, specially marked wooden apples are being placed in apple trees at participating pick-your-own orchards around the state. The customers who find a wooden apple will win an Apple iPod, including an Apple Nano, Classic or Touch, and one winner will receive an Apple iPad. Addison County orchards taking part are: • Boyer’s Orchard in Monkton. • Champlain Orchards in Shoreham.

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IT WAS QUITE a sight when hundreds of children gathered on the Middlebury green late last October for the Better Middlebury Partnership’s annual Spooktacular. Many merchants offered sweet treats to the throngs of children who tramped down Main Street in a costume parade. With games, pumpkins and an inflated bounce house, a great time was had by all. This year’s Spooktacular on Oct. 30 will culminate with the children taking part in the grand opening celebration at the new Cross Street Bridge. Independent photos/John S. McCright

Spooktacular offers sweets and frights MIDDLEBURY — Ghosts, goblins and witches — not to mention the odd Spiderman and a phalanx of fairy princesses — will gather on the Middlebury green on Saturday, Oct. 30, to celebrate a fall favorite — the third annual Spooktacular. Both local residents and visitors will enjoy watching hundreds of children — 600 took part last year — parade down Main Street in costumes of almost unimaginable variety. Hay bales, luminaries and lit pumpkins will decorate the green, with festivities kicking off at 2 p.m. There will be carved pumpkin and costume contests, family-fun games, entertainment, the ever-popular bounce house and commemorative gifts. The highlight each year is the children’s trick or treat parade during which merchants offer sweet treats to the throngs of children who tramped down Main Street. The children will lineup and leave the green at 3:30 p.m. and collect their goodies as they walk down the west

side of Main Street. This year, instead of sending the little beggars back down the east side of the street, organizers from the Better Middlebury Partnership will send the children directly from Cannon Park across the street to take part in the celebrations at the grand opening of the Cross Street Bridge. Donna Donahue of the BMP, said that merchants who normally distribute candy on the east side of Main plan to gather at Cannon Park and hand out goodies there. “We wouldn’t want to deprive them of any candy now, would we?” Donahue said Organizers point out that this is an event that embodies the best of the community with individuals, groups, Middlebury College students, merchants and civic organizations coming together to produce a free event for the young and young at heart. Start planning your costume and pumpkin designs now!


A Special Publication of The Addison Independent, Fall, 2010 — PAGE 9B

FALL COLORS MAKE the Middlebury College campus one of the most beautiful in the country. Independent photo/Trent Campbell

The science: Why do leaves change color? By KATHRYN FLAGG ADDISON COUNTY — What for most Vermonters is simply a sign of the season — the annual shift from lush summer green to brilliant fall color — is, for the scientists at the University of Vermont Proctor Maple Research Center in Underhill Center, at the root of diligent scientific studies. Just why do those leaves change color, again? And what effect could climate change have on Vermont’s signature season? According to UVM Research Associate Abby van den Berg, it’s a scientific process still fraught with unanswered questions, even for experts in the field. “We have very little empirical data on what factors truly influence the development of fall color,” van den Berg said. Anecdotally, she said, researchers recognize that temperature plays a role — cool but not freezing nights, followed by warm, sunny days are thought to be especially conducive to brilliant fall color. Still, said van den Berg, “fall coloration is the result of many, many factors … It can be kind of overwhelming when you think about

all of the factors that play into it.” Dust off your pencils and break out your notebooks — it’s not just the kids heading back to school this season. Leaf Peeping 101, it turns out, is a matter primarily of chemistry, and one that kicks into gear while most of us are more preoccupied with swimming holes and summer chores than the annual autumn display. What is known is that two primary processes are at work behind the colors that do emerge. During the spring and summer, the leaves of deciduous trees are putting in overtime, generating the food necessary for the tree’s growth. Chlorophyll, a pigment in the tree’s leaves that gives them their green color, absorbs energy from sunlight and uses it to transform carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates — starches and sugars. Come fall, though, the leaves stop “putting by food,” so to speak — it’s a transition prompted in part by the changes in periods of daylight and changes in temperature. The chlorophyll breaks down, and the other pigments in the leaves that the green essentially masked all summer — yellows and oranges, primarily — crop up. Other fall colors, like reds and purples, are generated by another set of chemical changes — more mysterious, particularly in sugar maples, van den Berg said — that occur come autumn, when entirely new pigments are generated in the leaves. But the degree of color can vary for any number of factors — one of the more charming, if vexing elements of fall foliage. Anecdotally speaking, exposure to the sun might coax out an especially lovely shade of red, while a warm, rainy, cloudy fall could cause less red coloration. Perhaps most charming of all about this process is its susceptibility to variation. Part of this has to do with the trees themselves. Some trees, such as quaking aspen, birch, and hickory, only show yellow colors. Others— rather glumly — sport leaves that simply turn brown. Precisely what factors trigger the emergence of these colors, and their intensity, are still being investigated. Ultimately, the science of fall color is a science that, for van den Berg at least, is not only fascinating but also accessible. “It’s a process that we all experience,” she said.

GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE And the question of global warming, and its impact on fall color, is similarly relatable. OLD GROWTH MAPLES shimmer in the “If you’ve lived in Vermont for the last morning sunshine in Cornwall. Independent photo/Trent Campbell couple of years, you have experienced,

‘Hey, it might feel a little bit warmer this fall. Maybe that tree is behaving a little bit different,’” she said. The researchers at the Proctor Maple Research Center are beginning preliminary data collection for their study of the effect of climate change on fall color. The study will span several years, and will in its early phases involve manipulating the temperature — in some cases, just at night, and in others during days and nights — on populations of maple seedlings. Van den Berg also explained that she and her associates will be monitoring color changes with new instruments that allow for nondestructive data collection. Previously, leaves had to be removed from trees and

destroyed to measure chlorophyll and pigmentation — one of the reasons, van den Berg speculated, that more concrete data about fall color isn’t available. She likes that her work is often as interesting to her friends as it is to her colleagues — a fact she chalks up to the universal appreciation of fall color in this part of the country. “It’s just so important to our culture as Vermonters and New Englanders. It is something that’s just part of the magic of living here, in my humble experience,” van den Berg said. “You can’t walk outside in the fall and not be cognizant of this scientific, natural process that is going on.”

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Reservations are recommended 247-9997

with Creamy Polenta and Lemon Tarragon Butter

Gourmet Provence

Chef Robert invites you on a culinary journey with French flair!

Whether you are packing a picnic or hosting an elegant candlelit dinner, Gourmet Provence has local & imported cheese, patés, sausages, chicken, freshly baked quiches, breakfast pastries and complete lunches and dinners for take-out.

Visit our website for upcoming cooking classes!

www.cafeprovencevt.com

Our extensive Wine Room features the best wines from Vermont & the world Case purchases will receive 10% off.

Open Mon. - Sat. 7am - 6pm, Sun. 8am - 4pm • 37 Center Street • Brandon • 247-3002


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On the Park in Rochester, Vermont

A New Tradition has Begun! Elegant country accommodations, luxury condos. Open all year.

Romantic Dining

Twilight Dinners from $13.95 Selections of local Steaks, Fresh Pasta & Seafood

Upscale Dining at Casual Prices

All Fresh Ingredients!

Doc’s Tavern Lighter Fare~

such as Lobster & Crab Stuffed Mushrooms

Burgers & Sandwiches~ such as Red Wine Burger

Gourmet Pizzas~

such as “The Huntington” Supreme

Sunday Brunch served from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

802-767-9140

19 Huntington Place, Rochester, Vt 05767 www.huntingtonhouseinn.com


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Welcome...

Where consistently great food, one-of-a-kind atmosphere, friends and family come to meet. Patio Seating Monthly Music Nights Vivacious Atmosphere Innovative Specials

Open for dinner Wednesday - Sunday Call for reservations: (802) 877-6316

5371 Route 7, N. Ferrisburgh ¥ 1/4 mile south of Dakin Farm ¥ 802.877.6316 ¥ www.starrynightcafe.com


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Jessica’s is located in the historic Swift House Inn, surrounded by four acres of lawns and gardens. The Inn offers spacious rooms and the quintessential New England experience. Relax in our bar or on the porch and enjoy Otter Creek draft beers, regional craft beers, or a glass of wine from our Wine Spectator Award list. The new deck now offers an outside dining option! Jessica’s at Swift House Inn is a beautifully appointed comfortable gathering place, ideal for either a casual dinner or a special occasion. Enjoy an exceptional meal in

a relaxed atmosphere. The delectable menu ranges from creative American flavors to traditional Vermont favorites. Enjoy a hamburger and salad or classic creative entrée in one of the three dining rooms or on the deck or at the bar. Many products are supplied by local growers, to ensure absolute freshness. As a proud member of the Vermont Fresh Network, Chef Robert Fenn adds his spin to traditional American favorites.

Elegant Lodging

2010 Wine Spectator Award

MENU SAMPLES

APPETIZERS

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Casual Dining Indoors & on the Deck Wednesday - Saturday, 5:30-9:00

Reservations Suggested Come early and enjoy the relaxed and intimate bar. For reservations call 388-9925

Special Functions Wedding,anniversary or festive parties, we are here to help your family celebrate any occasion!

25 Stewart Lane, Middlebury, 388-9925 Open Wed. - Sun. 5:30 - 9:00


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Area Dining Guide • AMERICAN FLATBREAD Gather at our hearth; enjoy the magic & movement of our team baking each flatbread to order in this open kitchen setting. We keep our menu simple and put all our efforts into the quality and integrity of our food. We cook with the finest ingredients available, from the imported Grana Padano Parmesan sprinkled on top of each Flatbread, to the seasonal organic veggies we source from local farms. Guests can choose salads, flatbreads, and desserts from our menu or check out the Chef’s Seasonal Specials that evening. Whether you bring the whole gang for a relaxed, family-style feast or come with your favorite person for an intimate candlelit dinner, we’ll be happy to have you here. Tuesday – Saturday, 5-9pm. Marble Works, Middlebury 388-3300. • THE “NO” BRIDGE RESTAURANT We’ve jokingly renamed ourselves the “No” Bridge Restaurant because of the demise of the Champlain Bridge last winter. The bridge may be gone but we’re not! We’re still here serving traditional Vermont fare-from homemade soups to hot turkey sandwiches, our famous Monday night chicken and biscuits

plus burgers, irresistible homemade desserts and much more! Come watch the ferry cross Lake Champlain and see the new bridge being built as you enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner. Open Mon., Wed., Thurs. 6:30-8:30, Fri., Sat., Sun 6:30-9:00 (Open Tuesdays after July 5) Located at the junction of Rte. 125 and 17W in West Addison. 759-2179

ies. Plus they offer a great selection of authenic Italian specialty items: San Marzano tomatoes, Illy coffee, pastas, meats, cheeses, olive oils and fabulous domestic and imported wines to accompany your meal. Open Tuesday through Saturday at 10 a.m., Costello’s is “Where the Best Meals Begin!” Marble Works, Middlebury 388-3385

• CAFÉ PROVENCE Café Provence offers traditional and French cuisine in simple, elegant fashion. Chef Robert brings an authentic Provencal cooking style to the charming village of Brandon. Subtle French flavors blend with Vermont’s farm-fresh cheeses, local salad greens and crusty breads. The lovely French country setting completes a memorable dining experience. Terrace service in Summer and early Autumn. Inside, a view of the kitchen hearth creates a warm and delightful ambiance. Open weekdays 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 9:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. Closed Mondays Nov - May. Check website for current menus, cooking classes and upcoming events. www.cafeprovencevt. com, 11 Center Street, Brandon, 247-9997

• GREEN-GO’S BURRITOS is Middlebury’s only mobile food service operation, serving up tasty breakfast and lunch burritos Monday through Saturday. Green-Go’s offers a hearty breakfast burrito, chicken, beef or black bean burrito with your choice of veggies and sauces to build your own specialized breakfast or lunch experience! Served with a genuine smile at a reasonable price, GreenGo’s really gives you more bang for your buck! 349-5931. See our ad on Page 16B.

• COSTELLO’S MARKET For gourmet lunches and dinners to go, Costello’s Market can’t be beat! Amazing sandwiches, salads, and the freshest seafood dishes. Costello’s is a top notch fish market, receiving daily deliver-

• GREEN PEPPERS Since 1982, serving mouthwatering pizza, pastas, calzones, salads, cold and hot oven grinders. Bright, friendly atmosphere for the whole family. A Vermont Fresh Network Partner, we use Vermont Cheeses and many products from our local fields. A healthy menu alternative can be found here. Call ahead for convenient take-out, or place an order to reserve a table. Open daily at 10:30 a.m. Major credit cards accepted. 10 Washington Street, Middlebury, 388-3164

• THE HUNTINGTON HOUSE INN The dining room in this historic home overlooking Rochester’s Park offers an intimate setting for dinner with a fine dining menu that surprises even well-traveled visitors. Chef Daniel’s weekly specials feature fresh fish and local meat prepared simply in the French tradition. Open every night. Reservations recommended. (802) 767-9140. • JESSICA’S AT SWIFT HOUSE INN Jessica’s Restaurant is a beautifully appointed comfortable gathering place, ideal for either a casual dinner or a special occasion. Enjoy an exceptional meal in a relaxed atmosphere. The delectable menu ranges from creative American flavors to traditional Vermont favorites. Enjoy a hamburger and salad or classic creative entrée in one of the three dining rooms or on the deck or at the bar. Many products are supplied by local growers, to ensure absolute freshness. As a proud member of the Vermont Fresh Network, Chef Robert Fenn, adds his spin to traditional American favorites. Relax in our bar or on the porch and enjoy Otter Creek draft beers, regional craft beers, or a glass of wine from our Wine Spectator Award list. Swift House Inn, 25 Stewart Lane, Middlebury. 388-9925. Open Wed.-Sun. 5:30-9 p.m. Reservations suggested, walk-ins welcome. (See Dining Gudie, Page 18B)

Authentic Indian Cuisine ~ Reasonably Priced ~

Featuring over 100 items from which to choose Our dining room offers a beautiful view of Middlebury’s Otter Creek

FREE Vegetable Pakora with Order of $20 or more. Coupon good for entire table TASTE OF INDIA RESTAURANT • Middlebury, Vermont Coupon expires Sat., Sept. 18, 2010

TASTE OF INDIA RESTAURANT

1 Bakery Lane, Middlebury (turn next to the Ben Franklin store)

Open 7 Days: Lunch 11:30-2:30 Dinner: Sun-Thurs 4:30-9:30 p.m. Fri & Sat 4:30-10p.m. Sunday Brunch Buffet 11:30-2:30 802-388-4856 Take Out Available

green-go’s burritos on the terrace overlooking the falls in

Frog Hollow Alley open mon - fri 8am - 4pm • sat 9am-4pm for burritos as big as your head! Breakfast Burritos until 11am

802-349-5931


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802-388-0339 Only 2 miles from Downtown Middlebury •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

Chinese & Thai Cuisine Cuisine from Singapore and Malaysia too!

Chef’s Specialty Visit our website for full menu www.magicwokvt.com

(Lightly battered and fried chunk breast, stir fried in ginger honey sauce)

Basil Triple Medley

(Chicken, Beef, Shrimp w/fresh green sauteed with basil sauce)

House Crispy Duck (Orange Flavored)

$9.95

Cuisine from Singapore and Malaysia too!

Some menu items include: Crispy Chicken • Mango Shrimp Happy Family • Massaman Chicken

1499 Route 7 South •Middlebury, VT 802-388-0339

House Crispy Chicken

$11.95

$14.95

Mango...... Chicken $10.95 / Shrimp

$11.95

Massaman... Shrimp $11.95 / Chicken

$9.25

Tengering Beef

$10.95

(Thai Curry)

Chef’s Noodle

Malaysia Chow Fun

$8.25

Tom Yam Noodle Soup

$8.95

Spicy Anna Seafood Noodle Soup

$9.95

(Chicken, Beef, Shrimp)

(Masroom, Pea Sprout, Chicken, Shrimp) (Shrimp, Scallops and Chicken in heavy spicy soup wih egg noo.dle)

Pad Thai

$8.25

Also large variety of Asian Noodles

Visit our website for full menu

www.magicwokvt.com

BYOB

Bring Your Own Beverage! We use only fresh ingredients - No MSG

Daily Lunch Specials from 11:00 - 3:00 p.m. Complete Lunch Specials under $6! Dinner Combos! Reasonable Prices!

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Area Dining Guide (Continued from, Page 16B) • MAGIC WOK Enjoy authentic Chinese and Thai cuisine as well as cuisine from Singapore and Malaysia cooked to order using all fresh ingredients and no MSG. Menu items include poultry, pork, beef, seafood, vegetarian choices and a large variety of Asian noodles. Great lunch specials and Chef’s Dinner Specialties. Affordable, relaxed dining and BYOB. Mon.-Thurs. 11:00 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 11:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. Sun. noon-9:30 p.m. Located at 1499 Route 7 South, 2 miles from downtown in Middlebury. 802-388-0339. www.magicwokvt.com. • MARY’S AT BALDWIN CREEK Celebrating the seasonal foods of Vermont for over 20 years, Mary’s Restaurant and the Inn at Baldwin Creek offer a unique combination of lodging and fine dining. Imaginative cuisine paired with cozy overnight accommodations. The food reflects Chef Doug Mack’s commitment to family farms and local producers. Specialties such as cream of garlic soup, Maine crabmeat cakes with a key lime coconut sauce, Vermont venison with wild mushrooms, and

potato crusted Maine salmon with garlic butter led “Fodor’s New England Travel Guide” to proclaim Mary’s “the most inspired dining in the state.” Serving dinner Wednesday through Saturday from 5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 4 p.m. Fine wines and full bar with bar menu. Located on Route 116, 3 miles north of the village of Bristol. For reservations call 453-2432. • MIDDLEBURY INN / MORGAN’S TAVERN Welcoming travelers for over 180 years. Offering the finest of New England cuisine and exceptional hospitality. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea; famous for holiday buffets. Seasonal dining on our front porch overlooking downtown. A favorite spot for meetings, retreats, family reunions and weddings. Located on the green. 14 Court Square, Middlebury 388-4961. • NOONIE DELI The “Best Sandwich in Town.” Generous sandwiches made to order on our homemade bread. Fresh baked goodies, soups, salads and quiche daily. Plenty of seating or take-out. Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. We also deliver. Marble Works, Middlebury. 388-0014. • QUICK CHEF offers fast freshly prepared food at numerous locations throughout Vermont. Choose from hearty breakfast

sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, wraps and fresh salads. We’re quick, easy, delicious and affordable! Serving 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Check us out in the Addison County area at Maplefield’s, 42 West St., Bristol, Maplefield’s at the Fair Haven Travel Center and the Shoreham Service Center, Rte. 22A, Shoreham. • RAMUNTO’S – Unbelievably great pizza! Whole or by the slice. Our slice case features a variety of Sicilian and New York Style pizza so diners can mix ’n match from our huge selection of toppings. Our popular eight veggie Primavera pie showcases slow-roasted eggplant and caramelized onions, or try one of our special meat lovers pies! Open daily. 21 MacIntyre Lane, Middlebury 388-7755. • STARRY NIGHT CAFÉ Situated midway between Middlebury and Burlington in an old cider mill, sits this beautiful fine dining restaurant. Our Chefs prepare creative American cuisine using traditional techniques, with a focus on freshness and simplicity. We incorporate local, seasonal and organic products into the menu as much as possible and support self-sustainable and natural farming practices. Open five nights for dinner, from 5:30-9-00 p.m. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. www.starrynightcafe.com, 5371 Rt. 7, Ferrisburgh 877-6316 • TASTE OF INDIA RESTAURANT Authentic Indian cuisine. Menu features over

100 items including appetizers, homemade breads, soups, tandoori dishes, curries and desserts. Dining room overlooks Otter Creek. Open 7 days. Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dinner: Sunday-Thurs, 4:30-9:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 4:30-10 p.m.; Sunday brunch buffet, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 1 Bakery Lane, Middlebury (802) 388-4856. • TOURTERELLE At Tourterelle Restaurant and Inn, just five miles north of Middlebury on Route 7 in New Haven, Chef Bill Snell’s seasonal, market-driven cuisine features traditional French dishes with modern twists, unleashing powerful flavors from local ingredients. Warm service, succulent dishes, and a cozy interior create the ultimate dining experience, perfect for an evening out to dinner for two or a wedding for 200. Join us by visiting tourterellevt.com or calling (802)-453-6309. 3629 Ethan Allen Highway, New Haven. • WAYBURY INN Join us for a casual upscale dining experience and for the region’s best steaks, fresh fish, seafood and vegetarian entrees. We buy many of our products from local producers and create our menu items the old fashioned way - “from scratch.” Choose from four distinctly different dining rooms or, in summer, an outdoor terrace overlooking the garden. Enjoy imported beers and wine from an eclectic selection. Visit www.wayburyinn.com. Rt. 125, East Middlebury 388-4015

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Addison County is famous for its local food ADDISON COUNTY — As cider-making demonstrations, live the effort to “eat local, buy local” music by Run Mountain, hay rides continues to grow in popularity and apple picking from the orchard’s throughout Vermont and beyond, multiple varieties. Tickets are $25 two big events in Addison County per person and can be purchased this fall will showcase the delicious online at www.champlainorchards. and abundant local foods available com, by calling 802-897-2777, or by in this part of the world. visiting Champlain Orchards. First, the 14th annual Feast of Our “We hope CiderFest will awaken Farms Harvest Celebration will take people to the delicious sweet, hard, place on Friday, Sept. 24, at the Inn and ice cider that is being produced at Baldwin Creek/Mary’s Restaurant in the region,” says Claire Freierman, off Route 116 north of Bristol event manager at Champlain village. Orchards. “By tasting the many A gala grazing dinner will feature cider varieties available and pairing food and drink from 16 Vermont them with locally produced food, we farmers and producers, four cheese are hoping to educate foodies and makers, four wine makers and three localvores about this centuries old brewers. In addition, live product and its surging music will be provided “We hope popularity.” by Freeman Corey and Featured nonCiderFest the Haymakers. alcoholic ciders, Tickets at the door are will awaken hard ciders and apple $55 for adults and $27 people to wines will come for children. from Champlain Among the local the delicious Orchards of Shoreham, purveyors present will sweet, hard, Woodchuck Hard Cider be Blue Ledge Farm and ice cider of Middlebury, Farnum of Leicester, Gleason’s Hill Cider of Lebanon, Organic Grains of that is being N.H., Flag Hill Farm Bridport, Honey produced in Hard Cyder of Vershire, Gardens Apiaries of Boyden Valley Winery the region.” Ferrisburgh, Last Resort of Cambridge, Eden Ice — Claire Cider from the town of Farm of Monkton, Freierman, Eden, and Hall Orchards LedgEnd Deer Farm of event manager of Isle La Motte. Middlebury, Lincoln at Champlain Peak Vineyard of New Featured local food Orchards will include cheese Haven, Otter Creek Brewing of Middlebury from Crawford Family and the Vermont Coffee Farm in Whiting, Co. of Middlebury, among others. burgers from the Farmhouse Tap & Organizers at the inn say this is a Grill in Burlington, smoked cheddar great chance to meet their local farm from Shelburne Farms, baked goods partners and food producers as one from Red Hen Baking Company in dines on the very best food and drink Middlesex, cheese from Vermont in Vermont. Butter and Cheese of Websterville, More information is at www. and, of course, the host will show off feastofourfarms.com or at 802-453- its apple butter, applesauce, apple 2432. pie and apple syrup. Then, on Saturday, Oct. 3, As a CiderFest 2010 participant Champlain Orchards invites as well as a partner with the Vermonters and fall visitors to Vermont Agency of Agriculture, experience apples, cider and local the Vermont Department of food pairings at the state’s first ever Tourism & Marketing, and the CiderFest at the orchards, located Vermont Foodbank, Woodchuck on Route 74 West in Shoreham. The Hard Cider encourages attendees event runs from 3 to 7 p.m. to consider picking an extra bag CiderFest will showcase regional of apples to donate to the Vermont apple wines, sweet ciders and hard Foodbank as part of the “Pick For ciders paired with local foods and Your Neighbor” program (www. Vermont products. There will be vtfoodbank.org).

BLUE LEDGE FARM owners Hannah Sessions and Greg Bernhardt introduce guests at last year’s Feast of Our Farms celebration in Bristol to their handmade goat cheeses. Addison County has many farmers and producers of local foods.

Apples picking (Continued from Page 7B) For more information, visit www.applestoipods.com. All these varieties of apples can be found in Addison County. Variety

When to start picking

Paula Red Zesta Williams’ Pride Pristine Gingergold Silken Sansa McIntosh Crimson Crisp

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Early-Mid September Mid-September Mid-September Mid-September Mid-September Mid-September Mid-September Mid-September Late September Late September Late September Late September Late September Early October Early October Early October

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Check out our catering menu featuring Anti Pasto, Lasagna, etc.

388-3385

APPETIZERS /ANTIPASTI / SALADS

Clam Chowder…......................................$2.95 Seafood Gumbo…....................................$3.95 Caesar Salad….........................................$5.95 Mixed Garden Salad…..............................$5.95 Mediterranean Salad fresh greens, green peppers, onion, cucumbers,mozzarella, tomato, kalamata olives& feta cheese dressing…..................................................$8.95 Scampi Shrimp Salad large shrimp in garlic, lemon & olive oil over fresh greens, tomatoes & marinated broccoli florets…..................$12.95 Mussels Marinara…..................................$7.95 Antipasto Salad roasted peppers, grilled portabella, salami, tuna, provolone, fresh mozzarella, romaine, banana peppers, olive oil balsamic viniagrette….................$10.95 Misto Verdue medley of roasted & marinated vegetables with fresh herbs, olive oil & balsamic…................................................$10.95 Vermont Goat Cheese, Eggplant Caponata & Arugula…..........................$10.95 Crispy Calamari with fresh basil aioli.......$7.95 Toasted Garlic Bread with fresh tomato & mozzarella …..........................................$5.95

PASTA

Cheese Lasagna…....................................$7.95 Cheese Ravioli…marinara sauce............ $8.95 Seafood Pasta…shrimp, scallops, calamari, fresh fish with lemon basil butter...............$15.95 Angel Hair Pasta & Marinara..........……..$6.95 add meatballs or sausage $4.00 Potato Gnocchi marinara sauce......…..…$7.95 add meatballs or sausage $4.00 Gnocchi, Portabellas & Peppers.............$9.95 Eggplant Parmesan & Pasta....................$8.95 Shrimp Scampi & Angel Hair............….$15.95 Mussels Marinara & Pasta.......................$8.95 Roasted Vegetables & Pasta medley of roasted fresh veggies tossed with fresh garlic,basil & lemon….…............................$9.95 Butter Browned Sea Scallops & Pasta...$15.95

MEAT ENTREES

Herbed Roasted Duck Leg - fennel & balsamic cippolini onion glaze…..............................$12.95 Chicken Cacciatore - peppers, onions, mushrooms in wine tomato sauce over pasta….....................................................$12.95 Pork & Pappardelle - tender boneless pork in a rich tomato sauce with mushrooms & peppers over pappardelle pasta…...........................$9.95 Chicken Parmesan - over angel hair pasta….......................................................$9.95

DEEP FRIED DINNERS

Sea Scallops…........................................$14.95 Gulf Shrimp…........................................$14.95 Belly Clams.............................................$15.95 Calamari..................................................$11.95 Filet of Fish...............................................$6.95 Oysters....................................................$14.95 Fried dinners include fries & cole slaw

Check out our daily specials online! • Fresh Seafood • Italian Subs • Lunch Specials Ready to Go • Take Out Dinners • International & Domestic Wine Specials

Fine gourmet specialties direct from Italy

BIGGEST MENU IN TOWN! SEAFOOD SUBS AND DINNERS

Tuna Melt…...............................................$5.95 California Fish Taco….............................$6.95 Salmon Patty Ciabatta..............................$7.95 Seafood Salad Sub...Small $8.95 Large $9.95 Tuna salad sub…......Small $5.95 Large $7.50 Fish & Chips.............................................$6.95 Blackened salmon sub….........................$6.95 Fried Shrimp Po Boy …...........................$8.95 Fried Oyster Po Boy….............................$8.95 Fried Fish Filet Sandwich........................$6.95 Fried Scallops Dinner….........................$14.95 Fried Calamari Dinner….........................$11.95 Fried Oysters Dinner…...........................$14.95 Fried Shrimp Dinner…............................$14.95 Fried dinners above served with cole slaw & fries

Pan Seared Swordfish, Tuna or Salmon olive oil, lemon, sea salt & fresh herbs, over a medley of roasted vegetables & greens $10.95 Baked Filet of Haddock or Flounder topped with fresh basil lemon aioli over medley of roasted vegetables & greens $10.95 with crab & shrimp stuffing $13.95

SALADS

Mixed garden Salad..................................$5.95 Caesar Salad ............................................$5.95 Chicken Caesar .......................................$7.95 Salmon Caesar.........................................$8.95 Shrimp Caesar .........................................$9.95 Fresh Yellow fin Tuna salad celery & mayo, served on bed of fresh greens with tomato & cucumber salad...................$8.95 Mediterranean Salad fresh greens, green peppers, onion, cucumbers, mozzarella cheese, tomato, kalamata olives & feta cheese dressing…..............................$8.95 with chicken $10.95 with shrimp $12.95 Sicilian Salad fresh greens, marinated roasted eggplant, artichokes, olives, roasted peppers, mozzarella, sun dried tomatoes, lemon & olive oil........$9.95 with tuna $10.95 with shrimp $12.95 Arugula goat cheese Salad eggplant caponata, baby portabella, Vermont goat cheese, romaine, roasted peppers, olive oil balsamic vinaigrette…..............................$10.95 Seafood Salad shrimp, & real lump crabmeat, celery, mayo Served on bed of fresh greens, tomato & cucumber salad….....................................$11.95 Antipasto Salad roasted peppers, baby portabellas, salami, tuna, provolone, fresh mozzarella, romaine, banana peppers, olive oil, artichokes, balsamic....$10.95

John makes all of our dishes & appetizers from scratch!

We also feature: • Olive Tapenade • Mostarda di Cremona • Pate with truffle • Hummus with Garlic & Olive Oil • Pesto • Braciole • John’s Marinara Sauce • Cheese Lasgna • Store-made Meatballs • Artisan Bread • Pork Loins • Roasted Duck

John & Carolyn

SUBS

Classic Italian Sub- salami, tomato, provolone, lettuce & seasoned olive oil ..................................Small $5.95 Large $6.95 De Pasquale’s Favorite – imported proscuitto di Parma, provolone, tomato, lettuce & seasoned olive oil .................................Small $8.95 Large $10.50 The “Don Corleone” - oven baked sub with cappicola provolone, roasted peppers & onions, tomato............Small $6.95 Large $7.95 The Veggie - aged provolone, tomato, romaine, onion, banana peppers, cucumbers …………………………Small $6.25 Large $7.50 The “Don Barzini” - oven baked sub with salami, roasted peppers & onions, tomato, provolone....................Small $6.95 Large $7.95 The “Fredo” - veggie sub with fresh mozzarella, romaine lettuce, tomato, onion & seasoned olive oil........Small $6.25 Large $7.50 Baby Bella & Roasted Pepper Sub - oven baked sub with fresh basil aioli, Vermont goat cheese & arugula........Small $6.95 Large $7.95 Eggplant Caponanta & mozzarella Sub - oven baked sub of Sicilian eggplant salad & fresh mozzarella...................Small $6.95 Large $7.95 Mozzarella & Baby Bella Ciabatta - tomato basil sauce, olives, spinach, mushrooms & roasted cipolline..........................................$7.95 Turkey Sub – tomatoes, lettuce, mayo ....................................Small $6.95 Large $7.95 The Roma Sub -capicolla, provolone, tomatoes, lettuce seasoned olive oil & banana peppers.......................Small $6.95 Large $7.95 The “Sicilian”- oven baked sub with homemade meat balls, marinara, Parmigiano Reggiano & aged provolone .....................................Smal $7.95 Large $8.95 The “Italian Stallion” - oven baked sub with sweet sausage, roasted peppers, onion, marinara sauce & provolone ....................................Small $7.95 Large $8.95 “Tutto Italiano” - all our fresh sliced Italian meats, provolone, fresh mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, banana peppers & onion ....................................Small $7.95 Large $9.50 The “Scarface” - based on the “Cuban Sandwich” pulled pork, mustard, pickles, cheddar cheese ,onion. Small $6.95 Large $7.95 Tonno & Salami Sub - Italian canned tuna & salami, basil aioli, roasted peppers, arugula, romaine & aged provolone ....................................Small $7.95 Large $9.95 Eggplant Parmesan Sub - oven baked sub of breaded & fried eggplant w/tomato sauce, provolone & parmesan cheese .....................................Smal $6.95 Large $7.95 BBQ Chicken Sub - pulled chicken meat in BBQ sauce..................Small $5.95 Large $6.95 “The Soprano” - proscuitto, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato..........Small $8.95 Large $10.50 Pancetta & Capicola Sub…oven baked sub with fresh mozzarella, seasoned olive oil, tomato & romaine........Small $7.95 Large $9.50 Roast Beef & Provolone Sub…store roasted beef with aged provolone, lettuce, tomato,onion & horseradish mayo....Small $6.95 Large $7.95

99 Maple St., Ste. 13A, Marble Works, Middlebury • 388-3385 • www.costellosmarket.com Open Tuesday - Friday 10am to 6pm • Saturday 10am to 5pm

• Olive Oil & Cheeses • Proscuitto di Parma • Mozzarella di Bufalo


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Live Well

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Love Much

Lodging and Dining Available 7 Days per Week. Fine Dining in the Pine Room & Porch. Casual Dining in our Pub & Outdoor Terrace Appetizers

Entrees

Sea Scallops A pair of pan seared sea scallops on sourdough crostini with a pilsner-cheddar cream sauce garnished with lobster meat

Filet Mignon of Beef An 8oz cut wrapped with proscuitto, grilled and accompanied with a horseradish Dijon sauce

Blue Ledge Farm Goat Cheese Herb crusted goat cheese medallion quick fired and served with a crusty baguette with tomato and basil confit

Pine Room Rack of Lamb Four chops which are oven roasted seasoned with garlic, oregano and porcini powder, served with a mushroom sauce and an oregano oil drizzle

Fried Green Tomatoes Seasoned with herbs and dipped in buttermilk then dredged with corn meal, finished with a cucumber and dill creme fraiche Shrimp and Artichoke Gratin A savory blend of shrimp, artichoke hearts & cheese baked in a casserole & served with our crusty baguette The Ploughman’s Platter A roasted garlic bulb accompanied by a pot of herbed cheese and olive tapenade, served with a fresh baguette for spreading

Sunday Brunch The Buffet Each week the Inn’s culinary team creates an assortment of delights, which feature soup, salads, and entrees, breakfast dishes. The buffet then temps the guest with a wonderful array of delightful Innmade desserts.

Venison Au Poivre This Pine Room specialty is raised locally by LedgEnd Farm. Pan seared tenderloin with a peppercorn and brandy cream demi glaze then finished with crispy fried onions

A La Carte Service Eggs Benedict and other Elegant Eggs • Classic Eggs Benedict with ham & hollandaise • Tomato Florentine Benedict served with hollandaise • Smoked Salmon Benedict with dill Béarnaise • Pan seared Crab cake with poached egg, hollandaise & asparagus • A fluffy omelet with tomato, brie, scallion and basil.

Atlantic Salmon Grilled salmon fillet basted with a teriyaki glaze served with a cucumber and red onion salad

The Country Inn’s Griddle Waybury Inn French Toast, a fresh baguette sliced and filled with a sweetened cream cheese and fruit filling, lightly battered and grilled

Route 125, East Middlebury, VT 05740 • Phone: 802!388!4015 • 800!348!1810

www.wayburyinn.com Dinner Served 5:00 ! 9:00 p.m. • Sunday Brunch 11:00 a.m. ! 2:00 p.m.


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MENU Quick Chef is all about tasty, fresh, food, fast. BREAKFAST English Muffin Sandwich.....................2.19 Biscuit Sandwich..................................2.19 Croissant Sandwich..............................2.79 Bagel Sandwich....................................2.39 Served with American Cheese and your choice of Canadian Bacon, Sausage, or Bacon

HOT SANDWICHES

Choose Quick Chef for '(//+)&!"#$%&'()*&*/3& Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 63),%*,+02&7"8$(&,84&9#88)35 Serving from 6am - 9pm COLD SANDWICHES

Small Large Ham..................................4.59...........5.99 Veggie................................3.49...........4.29 Turkey................................4.39...........5.89 Turkey Bacon.....................5.29...........6.49 Roast Beef..........................4.39...........5.89 Salami................................4.29...........5.79 Pepperoni..........................4.29...........5.79 Tuna Salad.........................4.49...........5.99 Chicken Salad....................4.49...........5.99 Egg Salad...........................3.99...........5.29 Italian................................4.79...........6.29

Small Large Meatball Parmigian.............4.29...........5.99 Chicken Parmigian.............4.29...........5.99 Sausage Parmigian................................4.99 Sausage Sub.......................4.99............6.99 with/Green Peppers and Onions B.L.T..................................3.79............5.29 Chicken Tender.................4.29............5.99 Steak & Cheese.................5.49............6.99 Chicken Cordon Blue........4.49............6.29

Extra Veggies.......................50..............75 Extra Cheese.......................75............1.00 Extra Meat........................1.00............1.50

Choice of Mushrooms, Onions and Green Peppers. Baked in the oven with Provolone and Mozzarella Cheeses

WRAPS

Located at

Maplefields 42 West St., Bristol

(802) 453-6066

Shoreham Service Center Rte. 22A, Shoreham

(802) 897-8585

Maplefields

Fair Haven Travel Center 699 Rte 22A, Fair Haven

(802) 265-3009

TRADITIONAL PIZZA Slice.....................................................2.19 16” Cheese.........................................10.95 1 Topping...........................................11.95 2 Toppings.........................................12.95 Extra Toppings.....................................1.00 Toppings include: Bacon, Sausage, Hamburger, Ham, Pepperoni, Green Peppers, Onions, Banana Peppers, Olives, Mushrooms, Meatballs, Chicken, Pineapple Pizza not available at Bristol location.

With Salami, Pepperoni and Ham

Above sandwiches served with lettuce, tomato, onion pickle, and your choice of Swiss, American, Provolone or Cheddar cheeses.

Turkey..................................................5.29 Turkey Bacon.......................................6.49 Ham.....................................................5.29 Roast Beef............................................5.29 Tuna Salad...........................................5.29 Chicken Salad......................................5.29 Chicken Bacon Ranch..........................6.49 Steak and Cheese.................................6.49 Veggie..................................................4.99 Choice of Wheat and White wraps.

BURGERS 1/4 lb. Hamburger................................2.59 1/4 lb. Cheeseburger.............................2.79 1/4 lb. Bacon Cheesburger....................3.49 “Burger of the Day”...............................3.99

PASTA Lunch Dinner Pasta with Marinara..........4.09............5.49 Meatball Parmigian...........4.59............6.29 Chicken Parmigian...........4.59............6.29 Sausage Parmigian............4.59............6.29

FRESHLY PREPARED SALADS Dinner Garden Salad........................................3.99 w/Chicken or Tuna..................4.99 Chef Salad............................................5.69 Antipasto Salad.....................................5.39

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