Head to Lost Nation Theater in Montpelier for Peter Pan, Jr.
, a musical theater adaptation of J.M. Barrie's classic tale, with a cast of aspiring actors ages 12 to 18. Performances take place Friday through Sunday.
Older kids and their parents might get a kick out of Laugh 'Til You Die
at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center in Stowe. Physical comedian Tom Murphy puts on a one-man autobiographical show about "life, love, falling down and getting back up again."
Also in Stowe, the Celebrate Vermont Festival
, Friday through Sunday, champions the Green Mountain State with demos, tastings, live music and storytellers. A Kids Zone offers young festival goers the chance to make crafts, visit an instrument petting zoo and participate in a poetry slam.
At Heritage Chicken Day
at Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock, visitors meet newly hatched chicks, learn about unique breeds and engage in themed stories, crafts and games.
Finally, who can pass up a slab of pie? Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh holds its annual Pie & Ice Cream Social
fundraiser on Sunday afternoon. Choose from peach, apple, berry and more — topped with a sweet scoop from Wilcox Dairy.
Here's a mix of indoor and outdoor activities in the upcoming days that will cover all your bases.