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Green Mountain Railroad Lounge 91 Performances

Green Mountain Railroad, One Main St, Burlington, VT

Join us for music on Burlington's one and only moving lounge. Green Mountain Railroad will take you back to the prohibition era inside their vintage lounge car. Sit back and relax in their comfortable leather lounge seats as you indulge in live music, delicious cocktails, hors-d'oeuvres, and the beautiful scenery as it rolls by your window.

http://www.rails-vt.com/lounge91

Brunch with The Milkhouse Heaters

Coffee Coffee, 326 South Broadway, Salem NH, 03079

SALEM NEW HAMPSHIRE'S ORGANIC COFFEE ROASTERS "We roast slower than any other roaster we know which allows the starch in the coffee bean to turn to sugar, then caramelize into exquisite flavors. Our coffee is imported from local farms all around the mountains of the Earth. The high altitude allows more rainfall and produces harder beans. This is naturally low in caffeine and great in flavor. These are pure, organic and pesticide free bird friendly coffees. When you taste our coffee you will be pleasantly surprised by it's great flavor and healthy benefits."

Besides making delicious food and coffee Lynn, Barry and their terrific staff appreciate and support independent musicians and for that we thank them.

Contact (603) 912-5381

Labor Day Celebration

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Middlebury Village Green, Middlebury, VT

Music by The Milkhouse Heaters and Tom Caswell Blues Band

Featured Speakers on Labor, Environmental, Health Care, Migrant and Racial Justice, including LT. Governor David Zuckerman, Rep. Mari Cordes, Tabitha Moore, Maeve McBride, & Many More.

Sponsored by Rights and Democracy, with Vermont-NEA, AFT-Vermont, Vermont AFL-CIO

Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival 2019

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Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, 3780 Route 100A, Plymouth, Vermont 05056

The 15th annual Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival will take place at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, Vermont on Labor Day Weekend, Saturday, August 31st and Sunday, September 1st, 2019.

Stars from Vermont and internationally known musicians team up for a lively two-day festival of folk and blues music performed in the pure country air of historic Plymouth Notch, birthplace of the 30th U.S. President.

The event also features children’s entertainment such as wagon rides on Saturday and face painting on both days. All concerts are free, and donations are appreciated. We are also taking food donations of non-perishables for the Vermont Food Bank. The festival will be held rain or shine. Rain venue is the stunning historic 1840 Union Christian Church right in Plymouth Notch. www.plymouthfolk.com

Jun3

The Milkhouse Heaters, special guests of Host, Jim Yeager, Musician in Residence at The Woodstock Inn

Richardson"s Tavern at The Woodstock Inn, 14 The Green, Woodstock, VT 05091

From The website of The Woodstock Inn: "Burger Night gets even better! On Monday nights join us in Richardson's Tavern for a new chef-crafted burger special each week and now enjoy the live music of local guitarist Jim Yeager and his talented guests as they play in the cozy atmosphere by the fire. Music plays from 7-9:30pm. "

Roots on the Rails - Green Mountain Express

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Grafton-Bellows Falls-Burlington, VT & Return

Join Livingston Taylor, Peter Mulvey, Susan Werner and The Milkhouse Heaters on a Roots on the Rail trip called The Green Mountain Express. Seats are limited to 60 and tickets are selling fast. Get the details here: http://www.rootsontherails.com/upcoming-trips-2018-green-mountain-express

The 5th Annual Roots on the River Open Mic with The Milkhouse Heaters

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Flat Iron Exchange, 51 the Square , Bellows Falls, Vermont 05101

Free Event, The 5th Year of The Milkhouse Heaters hosting this event which showcases players and songwriters of all levels. We bring the PA and you bring your instrument and a few songs. The Flat Iron has coffee, tea, espresso and baked goods available. http://www.flatironexchangevt.com

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