On February 10, 2021

Second annual snowmobile festival revs up Feb. 13 at Vermont State Fairgrounds

Saturday, Feb. 13 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.—RUTLAND—Snowmobile enthusiasts are encouraged to pre-register their snowmobiles— new or vintage —for judging at the 2nd annual Snowmobile Festival, Feb. 13 at the Vermont State Fairgrounds,175 South Main St. in Rutland.

The show and judging begin at 10 a.m. Admission is free and all are welcome. This year please enter via the gate on Route 7 across from the Dollar General, to allow more room for the show to spread out in the track infield, plus more room for social distancing, parking, etc.

There will also be a few food vendors this year, including Lee Perry, who will be back with his kettle corn!

Due to Covid and the inconvenience of people showing up last minute (huddling all around the registration table), if you want to have your sled/cutter entry judged this year, you must pre-register your machines by 5 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11. Just call or email your full name and year, make, and model to acenterlinefarm@aol.com or call Andrea at 802-345-9257.

There is no fee to enter so whether you are sure you are coming or not, pre-register if you want to be judged!

Swap meet vendors must also pre-register and have their $25 checks made out to the “Rutland County Agricultural Society” to Andrea by 10 a.m. All of this fee goes to the city, not Rutland County Agriculture Society. Masks and social distancing are required.

There were over 70 entries last year and despite Covid, maybe there will be more than that this year. Come to exhibit, sell, ride and enjoy this beautiful venue and these amazing machines with super cool Vermonters who love them. If they have to cancel because of Covid, a virtual show where pictures of your sled can be entered will be on our Facebook group page for judging.

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