Is there a busier month for arts and entertainment in Vermont than September? Outdoor shows are still a thing. Indoor activities − fueled in large part by the return of college students in and around Burlington − are booming once again. This year, September is a rare month with five Fridays and Saturdays, which ramps up the fun factor that much more.

The Green Mountains are alive with the sound of music, theater and visual arts. (Well, visual art doesn’t make much sound, but you get the idea.) Time’s a-wastin’ – the days are getting shorter and summer is just about over. So get out there and enjoy yourself, darn it, at some of these places that would just be really happy to see your smiling face.

California band Wreckless Strangers

Bread and Puppet goes Snow Bowl-ing

5:45 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1, the vaunted Vermont troupe Bread and Puppet Theater begins its tour of the Northeast with a show presented in conjunction with the Town Hall Theater, Middlebury College Snow Bowl, Hancock. $22. www.townhalltheater.org

Music and disc golf

7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1, Shelburne-based Fiddlehead Brewing presents its annual Fall Fest, held as part of the Pro World Championships of Disc Golf, featuring music from The Dead Tongues and Soulshine Revival, followed at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 2 with performances by the University of Vermont-born band Rubblebucket and Vermont’s own Al’s Pals, Smugglers’ Notch Resort, Jeffersonville. $29-$79

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