Southern Vermont's Deerfield Valley is home to some of the best festivals in New England all year long. Our festivals cater to the Lifestyle of foodies, concert lovers, families and art lovers. Our signature events Deerfield Valley Blueberry Festival, and Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival have garnered top honors in the annual top 10 events in Vermont competition.

Mount Snow Resort hosts truly epic festivals, including Tough Mudder, Brewer's Festival on Labor Day Weekend and Oktoberfest on Columbus Day Weekend. Most people may know Vermont for snow sports and winter wonderlands. Visit us in the spring, summer and fall to see where we really shine.

Tuesday • November 15, 2016 - Wednesday • May 31, 2017


NOVEMBER 2016 - MAY 2017: BOYD’S FARM MARKET OPEN: Our Farm Market is open Nov. through Dec. 23, 2016 9:00-5:00, 7 days a week. Stock up on root crops for the holidays. Syrup, Jams and Jellies. Pre-Order your holiday wreaths to be shipped or picked up. Thereafter it is by chance or appointment ... just call 802 464 5618. Boyd Family Farm 125 East Dover Rd. Wilmington, VT 05363 www.boydfamilyfarm.com 802 464 5618


Saturday • April 15, 2017 - Monday • May 1, 2017

“What’s Community Supported Agriculture Farm Share?”

Find out how the CSA can save you money.


Friday • July 28, 2017

Opening Ceremonies of the 9th Annual Deerfield Valley Blueberry Festival

Gallons of Blueberry Jell-O to slide on, swim in, play in, many new activities this year.


Saturday • July 29, 2017

9th Annual Blueberry Festival Parade

Blueberry Parade


Sunday • July 30, 2017

Don't Be Blue Kid Zone

Family Friendly Activities


Friday • September 22, 2017 - Sunday • September 24, 2017

9th Annual Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival

Grand Tasting at Mount Snow Resort. Set in the backdrop of our world renowned Vermont fall foliage, attendees of the Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival will discover, savor, and enjoy Vermont vinters, small specialty food producers, chefs, painters, publishers, cheese makers, potters, jewelers, photographers and farmers.