Cure for Cabin Fever

Mar 13 2023


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“Cure for Cabin Fever” Weekend 

We’re not surprised to read last month that Montpelier won as the second best town in USA Today’s 10 Best annual nationwide poll. Montpelier thrives from its business and citizen engagement along with coordination from Montpelier Alive to create a variety of events that bring people into downtown. One such draw is next week’s Cure for Cabin Fever Weekend as we slowly (very slowly) move towards Spring. This year’s weekend brings together shopping and wellness businesses to experience all Montpelier has to offer! 

Many downtown shops offer discounts throughout the weekend and a number of wellness businesses are offering demos, talks, and free classes to introduce people to therapies and classes they want to check out and try. Cabin Fever Weekend also offers other happenings such as local Rootstock Publishing author readings at the Kellogg Hubbard Library and a tour of the Green Mount Cemetery (weather permitting).

Downtown Friday March 17- Sunday March 19th. 

The long weekend features store discounts, demos, talks and tours - over 35 of them over 3 days, many store discounts! 

Additionally, Montpelier’s Cure for Cabin Fever coincides with the Montpelier Senior Activity Center’s Fundraising March for Meals Gala on Saturday, March 18th from 5pm – 7pm. The Black-Tie Gala will feature a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres produced by their FEAST Kitchen, guest speakers on food security, and music. March for Meals is an annual event for Meals on Wheels providers across the United States. 

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