Richmond Vermont, is a town in Chittenden County, located east of Burlington, Vermont, along I-89, in the western foothills of the Green Mountains.
Richmond is noted for the Round Church, a rare 16-sided meetinghouse built in 1812-1813.
Some noted residents of Richmond included: Barbara Cochran, Olympic alpine skier & member of the Skiing Cochrans; George F. Edmunds, US Senator from Vermont; Louis Greenough, pioneer & inventor; Joel Furr, Internet personality & coiner of the term "spam;" George Dallas Sherman, first leader of the Burlington Concert Band.
Join Radiate Art Space for it's second annual outdoor, Richmond Art Crawl along Bridge Street in downtown Richmond on Sunday, September 26, from 10AM until 3PM. Come celebrate fall with local artists and craftspeople. New this year we have added food trucks. Start in front of the Richmond Town Hall and visit the vendor booths, plus enjoy art activities for children at the Radiate Art Space booth.