Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 • 6–11pm
The Lodge at Millstone Hill – Barre, Vermont
Live music, thousands of candles, magical quarry settings. Family friendly, affordable, handicap accessible.
6 – 11pm FallFire Forest Fair Food, Fun & Frolicking Performers in a Magical Forest Setting.
7:30pm Burning WaterFall Performance
7:45pm – 11pm FallFire Walk 2-mile FireWalk Experience for All Ages. 1-mile Wheelchair Option Available
View the “Quarries of Light”
Giant Bonfires & Dozens of Campfires
6 Fire-lit Stages with Live Performers
Pass Through the Technicolor Tunnel
Over 1,000 Luminaries & Candles
Scouting Parade Ground with Demonstrations & Historic Display
Sky Lantern Finale (utilizing biodegradable, earth-friendly sky lanterns)
Proceeds Benefit The Barre Scouting Monument. Paying tribute to a city, a movement and an artist.
All proceeds to benefit the completion of the statue commemorating the first scouting troop in America, in Barre, 1909. The monument will bring to life the incomplete model begun by renowned Barre sculptor Carlo Abate in the 1940’s. The statue will soon be carved in Barre Gray and is scheduled to be unveiled in it’s prime Depot Square location in September 2018.
The Barre Scouting Monument will pay tribute to:
A City: For over 200 years, Barre has been known as the “Granite Center of the World.”
A Movement: In 1909, William Foster Milne transformed the local Boys Brigade in to Boy Scout Troop #1, the first in America.
An Artist: Carlo Abate is one of Barre’s most celebrated artists and teachers.
THE LODGE AT MILLSTONE HILL • 55 Little John Road, Websterville, VT
VIEW THE POSTER HERE
Advance ticket sales: The Barre Antique Center – 35 No. Main Street, Barre VT
R&L Archery – 70 Smith Street, Barre VT
$6 (ages 1-11) $12 (ages 11+) Or $25 Per Family
On-site purchase available on Sept. 23
Pierre Couture (802) 279-2221 Steve Restelli: (802) 310-6868