409 Highland Road, Springfield, VT 05156
Phone: 802-885-5088.
Email: cherryhillfarm@vermontel.net.

Pick your own will be starting soon.  Check their Twitter feed for updates:  @farmcherryhill


Uses natural growing practices but are not yet certified Organic.

Currants (red and black), gooseberries, raspberries and rhubarb. 

When they open, hours are daily from 8 am to 4 pm

Payment: Cash or Check

Directions: From the center of Springfield at the lights go uphill past Village Pizza and The Hole In The Hill (Summer Hill St) following signs for the Hartness House. Continue past the Hartness House turnoff uphill (Cherry Hill Rd), look for the raspberry signs! Not quite 2 miles up and you’ll see a red silo on the right, this is just before the parking lot entrance. If you hit the dirt road, you’ve gone 10 feet too far!

Springfield Vermont Garage and Yard SalesSaturday and Sunday- June 1st and June 2nd ONLY:  8AM-3PM – No Early Birds Please!

Lots of Kitchen Items
Metal Twin Bed Frame (blue)
Bar Chairs (4 matching) with home-made wooden lighted bar (optional)
Bar “drinking” games
Books, DVDs, CD’s (mostly from ’90’s)
Dining Room Table
Clothes (men, women, child- girl)
MISC Sport items (children’s items- bats, gloves, cleats, shin pads- all in great shape)
Children’s Toys
Blue cloth foot rest
…plus many more items

Homemade Baked Goods will also be available for purchase to include: Raspberry Cream Cheese Coffee Cake, Double Fudge Brownies, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cake Pops, Old Fashioned Molasses Cookies, and more… bottled water will also be available for purchase.

Sorry- no public bathroom!

Spencer Hollow Road, right off Skitchewaug Trail– Look for the sign’s- will be hard to miss.

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There’s been a request for a resource to do obituary searches.  The Rutland Herald Obituaries includes obituaries for Springfield.  The  Rutland Herald website actually has a great search box for obits.  You can search by a person’s name, keyword (e.g. Springfield) or if you click on the More Options link in their search box, you can search/filter by a variety of Vermont newspapers, get all Vermont obituaries and search by date range as well.


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The Hole in the Hill Bar & Grill

30 Main Street, Springfield, VT 05156
(802) 885-4240 ‎


It’s been weeks since Hurricane Irene, but many Vermonters impacted by the storm are still in need.

VTel will be collecting donations for the Vermont Foodbank at various local Harvest Festivals.  The most needed items are proteins (like peanut butter, canned tuna, or meats,) diapers and pet food.  Food donations must be non-perishable.

Look for VTel’s WOW vehicle from 1pm-4pm at the following festivals:

  • Killington Brewfest:  Killington Resort – Saturday, October 1st
  • Fall Festival on the Green:  Chester Green – Sunday, October 2nd
  • VT Apple Festival in Springfield:  Riverside MIddle School – Saturaday, October 8th
  • Belmont Cider Days:  Belmont Green – Sunday, October 9th

You may also drop donations at VTel’s River Street office in Springfield during lobby hours.


The Springfield Vermont blog has added a listing page for garage and yard sales.  If you’d like to list your yard sale or garage sale on this site, just post a comment on the Yard Sales page with the details.  Don’t forget, directions can be helpful for people coming from out of town.


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