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Eat This Week, June 6 to 12, 2018: Wine & Dine for a Cause

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Danielle Moffat and Kelly Hulme of Cork Roots - COURTESY OF CORK ROOTS
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  • Danielle Moffat and Kelly Hulme of Cork Roots

For its first annual Vermonters Feeding Vermonters fundraiser, Cork Wine Bar & Market has rallied nearly 30 food businesses from Lamoille County and surrounds to support the Vermont Foodbank. Whet your palate with sparkling wines, plus cheeses and charcuterie from Sage Farm Goat Dairy and Vermont Salumi. Then sample snacks courtesy of Stowe Seafood, Blackback Pub, Edson Hill, Elmore Mountain Bread, Piecasso, Sushi Yoshi, the Bench, Tres Amigos and many others. Thirsty yet? There'll be sips from Stowe-area breweries including the Alchemist, Lost Nation Brewing, Stowe Cider and, of course, vintages from Cork's enviable collection of natural wines.

Cork ROOTS: Saturday, June 9, 5-9 p.m., the Estate at Strawberry Hill, Stowe. $90. Info, corkvt.com.

More food events

Sweet Potato Slip Sale: Green thumbs snap up live plants in anticipation of grow-your-own sweet potato pies and Thanksgiving sides. Proceeds to benefit the Vermont Community Garden Network. Saturday, June 9, and Sunday, June 10, Red Wagon Plants, Hinesburg. Free. Info, redwagonplants.com.

Hill Farmstead Half: Runners zip over hill and dale from Craftsbury Outdoor Center to Hill Farmstead Brewery in a half-marathon race to benefit Green Mountain Farm to School. Saturday, June 9, 9:30 a.m., Craftsbury Outdoor Center. $30-50; preregister. Info, runreg.com/hillhalf.

Brew-Grass Festival: Hop heads head to the mountain for live-pickin' bluegrass tunes and sips from two dozen Vermont breweries. Saturday, June 9, 2-6 p.m., Lincoln Peak Courtyard, Sugarbush Resort, Warren. $14-50. Info, sugarbush.com.

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