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Burke Fall Foliage Festival

Events > 2019 > September > Burke Fall Foliage Festival

About this event:

Created by Lilias

East Burke Village

The Burke Fall Festival is organized and hosted by the Burke Area Chamber of Commerce with assistance from many volunteers, local businesses and other organizations.  The event is a fundraiser for the Chamber with proceeds used to help us promote the Burke Area, provide services to our members and support economic growth in our community.

Festival Includes:

  • BBQ with burgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, sausages and more!
  • Kids Area with Bounce Houses, face painting and more
  • Arts & Crafts with NEKCA!
  • Horse Drawn Wagon Rides
  • Farm Animal Petting Zoo
  • Pony Rides
  • Cow Flop Bingo
  • Rubber Ducky Races at the Dishmill Brook at 1pm – cash prizes!
  • Free ice cream for kids from RubyLee’s – 1pm til gone at the bounce houses
  • Craft Show opens at 9 am – 3 pm – featuring 80 vendors!
  • NEW – Raffle of Crafts from festival vendors – at the Burke Chamber Info Booth from 9-3pm
  • Fall Fest posters, beer mugs, shirts, sweatshirts and more for sale at the Burke Chamber Info Booth
  • Silent Auction inside the library featuring work from local artists & crafters, unique historical items and antiques
  • Burke Citizen of the Year announced after the parade (10:30am or so) at the Gazebo
  • Live Raptor Show from VINS at 11am at the Gazebo
  • Burke Town School PTO will announce the winner of the Stumpjumper Bike raffle at 11:45-noon at the Gazebo
  • Music from Chickweed from noon – 2:30pm at the Gazebo
  • Mike’s Tiki Bar Open at noon
  • Live Music from Nobby Reed Project at 3pm at Mike’s Tiki Bar

Hollyberry’s B&B (located next to East Burke Market on the other side of the bridge) will have a shoebox raffle with proceeds to benefit the East Burke Congregational Church.

The East Burke School will have a farmstand with vegetables, cider, and other VT products for sale outside of Cafe Lotti on Route 114 (next to the East Burke Congregational Church).