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Eat This Week, December 12 to 28, 2018: Baked in Vermont

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Old Labor Hall
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The Barre Historical Society celebrates the culmination of years of restoration and planning with the debut of community-funded Rise Up Bakery. Visitors to the Old Labor Hall can snack on handcrafted sandwiches made with the bakery's wood-fired bread while touring the new facility. Colin McCaffrey and Friends strike a celebratory chord with live tunes.

Union Cooperative Store Bakery Building Grand Reopening: Saturday, December 15, 4-9 p.m., Old Labor Hall, Barre. $10. Info, 331-0013, oldlaborhall.org/bakery-reopening.

More food events

Winooski Holiday Pop-up Shop: Shoppers imbibe craft cocktails and bites by Onion City chefs while perusing gifts by local artists and craftspeople. Thursday, December 13, 5-9 p.m., the Monkey House, Winooski. Free. Info, 655-4563, monkeyhousevt.com.

Mo's Backyard BBQ Winter Fun: Winter revelers power a day of sledding, snowmobiling and other cold-weather fun with smoked meats and all the fixings. Saturday, December 15, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Fantasy Island Ranch, Marshfield. Cost of food and drink. Info, 818-448-5552, facebook.com/fantasyislandranch.

Holiday Crafts and Wellness Fair: Crafters and wellness providers gather for a health-focused holiday market with herbal remedies and snacks. Saturday, December 15, noon-5 p.m., Railyard Apothecary, Burlington. Free. Info, 540-0595, railyardapothecary.com.

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