Annual CIDER SALE, a Southern Vermont Tradition for 35 Years!

posted by KellySalasin

When:

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday, October 12
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday, October 13

Where:

Route 9, at the intersection of South Road, Marlboro, VT 05344
Just 10 minutes from the Deerfield Valley

Description:

The annual Cider Sale takes place this Columbus Day Weekend (Saturday, October 12 & 13th)  on the green at Marlboro North– at the junction of Route 9 & South Road in Marlboro, Vermont; right next door to Applewoods studio.  Look for the large white tents & families at work–pressing fresh cider as you watch!

Also for sale under the tents: Grafton Cheddar,  homemade apple pie, and other locally baked goods.  Enjoy a cup of hot mulled cider & a slice of homemade apple pie with a side of cheddar in the sit down “cafe” or take jugs of cider home with you for drinking or freezing. (Cider freezes well as long as you leave some space in the top of jug for expansion.) Whole pies for sale too!

The historic town of Marlboro sits just a few minutes west of Brattleboro and east of Wilmington, Vermont on the main thoroughfare across the state: Route 9 (aka. The Molly Stark Trail.)  The Cider Sale has been a Marlboro tradition for 35 years, raising funds for education. This year’s fundraiser benefits the Marlboro Elementary School Junior High Class and their field studies in Washington D.C. in 2014 and Costa Rica in 2015.

Who: Everyone! Locals, visitors, families, (even busses–with care to parking.)

What: Marlboro Annual Cider Sale: fresh pressed cider (while you watch), apple pies, cheddar cheese & more!

Where: On the green at Marlboro North, Route 9, Marlboro, VT, Next to Applewoods Studio.

When: Saturday & Sunday, October 12th & 13th, 10am-4pm.

Why: To benefit educational field study for students from Marlboro Elementary School.

How: Community powered!