Well over 100 vendors offer items from very unique whimsical jewelry to dog biscuits. Original artwork, antiques, pottery, home-spun yarn and knitwear, clothing, salves and body products, books, candles, quilts, baskets, rugs, hand-crafted furniture and wood products are just a few of the offerings available. Vermont specialties featured are maple products, cheese, pumpkins, cider, home-made jams and jellies, pickles and relishes, baked goods and desserts of all kinds; you may even find some whoopee pies! Delicious foods, and the tantalizing smell of freshly roasted and ground coffee, embody the welcome of a New England village sharing autumn at its peak. Also on hand are crowd favorites like gourmet wraps, salads, soups & stews, BBQ pulled pork, burgers, dogs, and some of the best fries around.
Make your plans now to join us! Located on the picturesque Route 2 corridor, seven miles west of St. Johnsbury in Caledonia County, Danville Vermont offers beautiful, scenic views, fine dining and quaint, country living.
This Northeast Kingdom village, with a population of just of 2000, offers historic sites, inns. Bed and breakfasts, camping, The Great Vermont Corn Maze and much, much more.