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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Family-Friendly Winners of the Seven Daysies Awards

Posted By on Thu, Aug 1, 2013 at 10:56 AM

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On Wednesday, Seven Days, the Vermont independent newsweekly that owns Kids VT, announced the winners of this year's Seven Daysies awards. This annual competition invites readers to pick winners in a wide variety of categories, including a few that are family-friendly. We've rounded up the relevant winners below. You can see all of the Seven Daysies victors right here.

Best day trip with the kids
Winner: Jay Peak Resort
Runner-up: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center

Best children's clothes
Winner: Zutano
Runner-up: Once Upon a Child

Best children's toy store
Winner: Buttered Noodles
Outside Chittenden County
Winner: Woodbury Mountain Toys

And here are a few other notable winners your family may like:

Best locally owned ice cream company
Winner: Island Homemade Ice Cream
Runner-up: Strafford Organic Creamery

Best creemee
Winner: Burlington Bay Market & Café
Runner-up: Al's French Frys
Outside Chittenden County
Winner: Dairy Creme
Runner-up: Vermont Cookie Love

Best movie theater
Winner: Majestic 10
Runner-up: Merrill's Roxy Cinemas
Outside Chittenden County
Winner: The Savoy Theater

Best in-state weekend getaway
Winner: Stowe
Runner-up: Jay Peak Resort

Best bookstore
Winner: Phoenix Books
Runner-up: Crow Bookshop
Outside Chittenden County
Winner: Bear Pond Books


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