Schedule Overview & Ticket Prices for 2010
- Community Pot-luck meal Thursday Evening
- Friday morning Opening Ceremonies
- Keynote Speaker Saturday Midday
- Meet-The-Teamsters Breakfast Sunday morning
- Launching of the newly formed Draft Animal Power Network membership organization Sunday
- Sunday morning Non-Denominational church service, offered by Neal Perry (7 am)
- Local Food
- Equipment Swap Meet.
- Farmers Market.
- Vendor Exhibits.
- Raffle Prizes, and More!!
Become a Draft Animal-Power Network Member!
Benefits of becoming a member include discounted gate fee to NEAPFD, enhanced connections within the broader community of interest in the Northeast, a voice in the organization, a resource website, and a newsletter. To become a member, please fill out the form found here.
Founders Club $100 or more
Business Member $50.00
Location: Howevale Farm (adjacent to the Tunbridge Fairgrounds)
Field and Forest Workshop: working intensives and equipment demonstrations, 10 am – 4 pm
Admission Fee: $30.00 Member, $35.00 Non-Member, $50.00/Family, Member, $60.00 Family, Non-Member
Friday Highlights: Will feature field and forest working intensives and equipment demonstrations at Howevale Farm, adjacent to the Tunbridge Fairgrounds. Thursday evening will include a community potluck dinner on the Tunbridge Fairgrounds for volunteers, teamsters and early arrivals.
Gates open 8:00 am
Price: Full Day – $15/member, $20/non-member, $25/family, member, $30/family, non-member
Half Day – $10/member, $15/non-member, $15/family, member, $20/family, non-member
Saturday Highlights: will focus on workshops and equipment presentations, resource exhibits, local food vendors, and networking sessions, throughout the Fairgrounds. Raffle drawing will take place in the afternoon.
Gates open 6:30 am
Non-Denominational church service offered by Neal Perry at 7 am.
Meet-The-Teamsters Breakfast from 8:00 am – 10:00 am. Recommended Donation $5 – $10
Sunday Highlights: Will start off with an early morning Non-Denominational church service followed by a Meet-The-Teamsters Breakfast and an opportunity to network with teamsters, equipment dealers, vendors, and participate in a raffle drawing. VT Secretary Roger Allbee will give a talk on the History of Vermont Agriculture at 11:00 am followed by the premier annual meeting of the newly formed Draft Animal Power Network.
Camping on the Tunbridge Fairgrounds:
Available for Thursday, Friday and/or Saturday night. Restrooms, electricity, and cold running water are available.
- $35 per night for RV site
- $25 per night for Tent site.