Newfane Heritage Festival
October 11 & 12, 2014
Saturday & Sunday, 10 am to 4pm
On the Common in the Village of Newfane
Vermont Route 30

(14 miles North of Brattleboro in Southeastern Vermont)

On Columbus Day Weekend, tents blossom on the Newfane Common for the Heritage Festival. Amid the colorful Fall Foliage on the village streets and surrounding hillsides, talented artists and craftpeople display their creative efforts. Locals and tourists return year after year for this signature event in southeastern Vermont.



Juried Arts, Crafts, & Specialty Products are sold in the 96 Exhibitor spaces.

Each year there are wonderful new exhibitors along with long-time favorites.




Other highlights include ...





  • the Church's famous Homemade Apple Pies
  • Church Deli
  • Outdoor Food Tent
  • Super Raffle
  • Flea Tent
  • Community Groups
  • Children's Activities
  • Live Music
  • and the peak of Vermont's Fall Foliage on the surrounding hills.

  • The Newfane Heritage Festival draws thousands of visitors from Vermont, the Northeast, the whole of the United States, and travelers from around the world.

    In 2005, the "Philadelphia Inquirer" named the Newfane Heritage Festival one of its "10 for the Road" events from the mid-Atlantic to New England. Since then, the festival has gotten even better.

    Please browse this site to learn more about one of southeastern Vermont's premier events during Vermont's most colorful season.



    Newfane Heritage Festival benefits the Newfane Congregational Church.