2018 Lyndon/Burke Snowflake Festival

17 February 2018 - 4 March 2018,
Type: Community
Business Details
The Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce
PO BOX 886, Lyndon 05851, Vermont
(802) 626-9696

February 17th to March 4thSnowflake festival brochure image

Fun and events for the whole family!

Download or View the 2018 Snowflake Festival Brochure Here!

Photo Contest! What is your favorite Winter in the NEK picture? See details the brochure! CASH Prizes!

Friday, February 16th
Point FM Ski and Ride Party at Burke Mt. 9 am to 7 pm. 1/2 price skiing and après ski party in the Bear Den from 4 pm to 6 pm. www.skiburke.com/events

Saturday, February 17th
Pancake Breakfast. Lyndonville United Methodist Church 7 am to 11 am. Real Maple Syrup, of course! ! By donation. YUM!

Lantern Making Workshops at Lyndon Municipal Bldg. 10 am - 12 pm AND 1 to 3 pm for the Moon Glow Lantern Walk!!!

Work off that yummy breakfast at SnowDays at the Lyndon Outing Club from 11 am to 3 pm. FREE Snowshoeing and sleddingbring your own snowshoes or sleds or use a limited supply provided by Blue Cross/Blue Shield.

Ski/Ride from 6 pm to 9 pm (regular prices, weather permitting)

Visit the Grindstone Café on Depot St.between 8 am and 2 pm and “Love a Latte”. Coffee specials!

Burke Base Lodge Sledding. 5 pm to 7 pm. Night time sledding fun for the whole family. Sherburne Base Lodge. All participants must wear helmets at all times. $5 sled rental $5 helmet rental. Participants may use own plastic sleds and helmets, but will be charged a $5 activity fee.

Sunday, February 18th
Free Skiing at Lyndon Outing Club from noon to 4 pm. (Conditions permitting.)

Open House at the Dashney Nordic Center in East Burke. 10 am to 2 pm. Free Nordic Ski and Snowshoe Rentals, fire, hot cocoa. Trail pass not included.

Burke Base Lodge Sledding. 5 pm to 7 pm. Night time sledding fun for the whole family. (See details on Feb. 17th listing)

Monday: February 19th
Check out the hooked rug display in East Burke 9am to 3pm

Tuesday, February 20th
“PJ” themed story time at Cobleigh Library. 10am.

Wednesday, February 21st
“PJ” themed story time at the Cobleigh Library 10:30 am. Owl Moon with Oberon the Owl. Burke Mt. 7 pm to 8 pm. Presentation and pictures with Oberon, cookies, cocoa and a reading of “Owl Moon” by Jane Yolen.

Thursday, February 22nd
Snow Sculpture Contest. Bandstand Park. $25 Prize. Judging at 3:30 pm

Friday, February 23rd
Kids’ Dinner and a movie at the Burke Mt. Hotel. 5 pm to 8 pm. Kids 15 and under enjoy a pizza dinner and movie, while parents are welcome to a night to themselves at one of the hotel’s restaurants!

Saturday, February 24th
Lantern Making Workshops at Lyndon Municipal Bldg. 10 am - 12 pm AND 1 to 3 pm for the Moon Glow Lantern Walk!!!

“Warm Your Heart” Fundraiser for H.O.P.E. Lyndon State College, Moore Community Rm. 5 pm to 9 pm. Includes: dinner, cash bar, comedians and silent auction. All proceeds benefit H.O.P.E. Tickets can be purchased in advance at H.O.P.E. $50.00 each.

Moonlight Ski, Snowshoe and Fatbike. Kingdom Trails Nordic Center. Check in, then head out for a self-guided ski, fatbike or snowshoe on the trails to a warm fire and hot chocolate in the woods. KTA members free. $5 for non-KTA members.

Burke Base Lodge Sledding. 5 pm to 7 pm. Night time sledding fun for the whole family. Sherburne Base Lodge. (See February 17 listing for details.)

Sunday, February 25th
Dashney Center Naturalist Tour. Learn about the NEK’s winter natural history and enjoy an enchanting snowshoe hike around Nordic trails. $10 tickets include snowshoe rentals and can be purchased on the day of the event.

Monday, February 26th
Public Skate at Fenton Chester Arena 5-8 pm. $3 entry, $2 skate rentals

Game Day at the Cobleigh Public Library. Noon to 4:00pm.

Tuesday February 27th
Snow themed story time with lantern making. Cobleigh Library 10 am.

Movie Matinee —Cobleigh Library. 1 pm to 3 pm

Public Skate at Fenton Chester Arena 1 pm to 4 pm $3 entry, $2 skate rentals

Wednesday, February 28th
Snow themed story time with lantern making. Cobleigh Public Library 10:30 am

Rita Calkins Family Night and Weenie Roast at Lyndon Outing Club. Free hot dogs and s’mores. $5 Ski and Ride (conditions permitting). 6 pm to 9 pm.

Thursday, March 1st
Moon Glow Lantern Walk. Bandstand Park. 6 pm to 7 pm. Please park behind the Municipal
Building. Gather at 5:30. Details on brochure

Soup Supper at the Lyndonville Congregational Church. 5 pm to 7:00 pm. By Donation.

Lyndonville Fire Station Open House and Fire Safety Event. Sponsored by the Gale Insurance Agency-State Farm and LFD. 5 pm to 7 pm. Giveaways, free coffee and hot chocolate.

Friday March 2nd
Game day at the Cobleigh Library. Noon to 4 pm.

Public Skate at Fenton Chester Arena 3 pm to 6 pm. $3 entry, $2 skate rental

Saturday, March 3rd
6th Annual Winterbike Fatbike Festival! Register at kingdomtrails.org. Group rides, fatbike demos, lunch and beverages, music, fire, sugar on snow, games and more! E-mail: ryan@mtbvt.com

51st Annual Lyndonville Rotary Penny Sale at 6:30 pm at Lyndon Institute. Over $3,000 in prizes to be won! 802-626-3333

Sunday, March 4th
Public Skate at Fenton Chester Arena 1 pm to 4 pm. $3 entry, $2 skate rental Open House at the Dashney Nordic Center in East Burke. 10 am to 2 pm. (See Feb. 18 listing for details)

Download or View the 2018 Snowflake Festival Brochure Here!

Recreate. Relax. Repeat.



Sarah Lafferty

Steve Nichols

Mary Marceau

Cheryl McMahon

(802) 626-9696


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