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Posted on: May 9, 2024

Gray skies and bouts of rain didn’t keep the crowds away from the Montpelier Festival of Herbs,
Tea & the Arts on April 27.

“It went really well,” said Holly Burnham, education manager at Montpelier House Museum. “We had many, many visitors despite the rain.”

Typically, about 1,500 people attend the free event. As of press time, Burnham had not received the final estimated count, but she noted that all of the picnic tea boxes sold out.

“Everybody seemed to have a good time,” she said.

Photo Credit: Katie V. Jones



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