VERMONT STINKS!

Saturday & Sunday
Sept. 5th & 6th 2015
10AM to 5PM


Admission:

$6 per person per day
- or -
get a 2 day pass for $10
Children 12 and under are $2

Join garlic-lovers from throughout New England as they come to sample food and crafts from hundreds of different vendors, all made from -you guessed it - garlic and herbs!

Just 1.5 miles west of the four corners in Bennington Vermont at Camelot Village.
(junction VT Routes 7 & 9)
*No dogs please. *Service animals will be issued a badge at the Main Gate. (thank you)

 

ResortsandLodges.com has written a wonderful article about the 20th Annual Southern Vermont Garlic and Herb Festival.

Find it in their Special Interest Travel Blog section or use this link to read.

Read the article now.

 

Everything from garlic ice cream to garlic jelly, pickled garlic, roasted garlic, garlic braids and, of course, plain garlic bulbs of every variety will be available for sampling and purchase, along with planting and braiding and cooking demonstrations.

For aspiring gardeners, garlic growers, garlic-lovers or those simply looking for a fun way to spend a Vermont end-of-summer day, the event promises something for everyone.

For the kids there will be face painting, inflatable fun jumps and other great children's activities. Take time to wander around the spacious lawns sampling garlic delicacies and enjoy the festivities. Relax at the Beer and Wine Garden under the tent listening to live music both days. In addition this year, there is a special smoking area near the beer tent.

Our vendors do sell out, so come early if your looking to buy seed for next years crop!

Please see the vendors page for the lodging list, many places to stay offer a special event rate.

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Sponsored by

Camelot Village

SVC

SVC

Cummings and Dailey Law

Main and Care


In Memory of the Festival Founder

Steve and Joy
Click here for the Steve A. Wrathall
memorial page.