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1. A Daisy Daze

Address: 210 Broad Street, Lyndon 05851, Vermont
Phone: 802-626-0777

2. Miss Lyndonville Diner

Address: 686 Broad Street, Lyndon 05851, Vermont
Phone: 802-626-9890 (dining Fax: 802-626-9275
Miss Lyndonville Diner is a family owned business focused on fabulous food and extraordinary service. It is a place of warm smiles and sincere care for each customer. Everything is solid and comfortable at the Diner. In addition to a superb staf » More Info

3. NEK Maple Farm

Address: 964 Moulthrop Road, East Haven 05837, Vermont
Phone: 802-363-3202
We are a family owned start up maple producer. We use a wood fired arch and tap the trees right on our farm. We are focused on direct sale of our own syrup but plan to offer other maple products in the future! So stay tuned! » More Info

4. Olde Pineberry Farm

Address: 1514 Vertical Mile Road, Wheelock 05851, Vermont
We have a variety of Christmas trees, wholesale balsam brush for wreathmaking, choose and cut trees and wreaths. We will deliver locally if needed. Family owned at operated for 40 years. 75,000 Christmas trees! » More Info

5. Wheeler Building Material, Inc.

Address: 152 Church Street, Lyndon 05851, Vermont
Phone: 802-626-5102 Fax: 802-626-3432
Regular Business Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 am to 5 pm. Saturday, 8 am to noon. A family owned business for over 55 years. Serving the DIY market as well as our base of tradesmen. Still serving the communities we helped build. » More Info
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6. White Market

Address: 128 Main Street, Lyndon 05851, Vermont
Phone: 802-626-5339


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