June 18 & 19, 2016
H2O: The Power of Water in Vermont History
Vermont has a long and elemental history with water. Destructive events such as the 1927 flood and 2011's Tropical Storm Irene have changed lives and communities both physically and emotionally. Water-powered mills and factories were economic engines for their communities; the Connecticut River and Lake Champlain connected Vermont to the larger world and were important military sites and travel routes; snow and ice have made Vermont a winter sports capital; and finally, each town can boast of a beloved community swimming hole, covered bridge, or waterfall.
Expo is down-home fun whether you are 8 or 88! Let us take you back to the days of small Vermont hill farms, rural country stores, horses and buggies, homespun clothes and hearthside stories. Nearly 150 history and heritage organizations offer fascinating exhibits sharing community history from all over the state. Artists, artisans, musicians, authors, crafters, and genealogists complete this history-filled heritage extravaganza!
See you at the Tunbridge World Fairgrounds in Tunbridge, Vermont!
June 18 - 19, 2016
Hours: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Admission: Adults $10; children $5; Ages 5 and under free; family pass (2 adults and multiple children) $20. Half price admission for visitors in period dress!