STOWE, Vt. — Whether your passion is craft cider and beer, music, land conservation or all of the above, you won’t want to miss “Jam for The Land” on Saturday, August 11, in Stowe from 3-10pm.
This benefit concert-featuring New York based, Chris Eves and The New Normal with special guest Nate Gross Band- will be hosted by Stowe Cider at their facility on 17 Town Farm Lane off the Mountain Road in Stowe.
According to Stowe Cider owner Mark Ray, this fundraiser for Stowe Land Trust will help “support a cause which is really important to Stowe Cider and the local community.”
In addition, the event will include a special, limited-release IPA-cider hybrid made in collaboration with Burlington Beer Company.
Just completing its fifth year in operation, Stowe Cider has experienced remarkable growth, penetrating new markets throughout New England, New York, and New Jersey.
Joining Stowe Cider in this fundraiser will be Burlington Beer Company, food trucks, local vendors, and plenty of activities for all ages, including yard games, a tie-dying station, and locally-made popsicles.
Stowe Land Trust
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