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In Southern Vermont you will find Brattleboro, the unofficial capital of southern Vermont. Brattleboro is in the southeast corner of Vermont, beginning along Route 91, which is one of the main entry ... more info
 
 
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Weston Playhouse Theatre Company - World Class Theatre in the Heart of Vermont
Weston, VT - With an eye to the future and unparalleled support from its extended family of theatregoers and artists, the Weston Playhouse continues to build on the tradition of quality entertainment and community involvement which has characterized Vermont's Oldest Professional Theatre from its inception. Featuring a 12-week festival of world class theatre - Fun for the whole family!
Stratton Foundation
Stratton Mountain, VT - Founded in 1996, the Stratton Foundation has distributed funds into our local Vermont community to improve the quality of life for those who live here, and to help our neighbors & families living in economic hardship.
The Grafton Inn - an historic 30-room country inn located in the heart of Grafton, Vermont.
Grafton, VT - If ever there was a place to live the poet's words, this is it. The Grafton Inn is one of the oldest operating inns in America, having opened its doors in 1801. In our fully refurbished 45-room country inn, imagine yourself relaxing in elegant surroundings, dining on award-winning local cuisine and re-energizing in a quaint Vermont setting. Stay with us and find what might be the two rarest commodities in today's unsettled world - peace and quiet.
Bromley Vermont's Summer Adventure
Peru, VT - Looking for a great family summer adventure? Visit Bromley, Vermont’s Mountain Adventure Park home to 23 rides and attractions including the Triple Track Alpine Slide, the Sun Mountain Flyer Zipline, the Big Splash Waterslide and the Aerial Adventure Park which was rated Best Treetop Play by the Boston Globe.
Brown Enterprises, Inc. - a family owned business carrying the best outdoor power equipment available on the market.
South Londonderry, VT - Work Hard, Play Hard, No job is too big or small for Brown Enterprises. Our highly trained parts, service, and technical staff is here six days a week to provide quality service and ensure customer satisfaction. Our skilled service department is always eager to answer any questions and assist in resolving problems. Also located in Manchester, Vermont.
Magic Mountain | Londonderry, VT
Londonderry, VT - For people who love this sport, Magic has become a mecca for its legendary terrain. From some of the most consistently challenging expert runs and tree-skiing in the east, to its classically designed, uncrowded intermediate and novice trails, Magic has been bringing the stoke to skiing since 1960.
Stratton Mountain Resort - a top ski & snowboard resort, and summer & winter getaway located in Southern Vermont
Stratton, VT - Stratton Mountain in Vermont offers a wide selection of lodging choices throughout the resort. Hide away in a private and secluded location, or live it up right in the heart of the Village. Choose from lodging options suitable for a romantic weekend, family vacation, or a getaway to the Mountain with friends.
Island Shading Systems
S. Londonderry - Island Shading Systems ... design, sales, and installation of quality shutters, blinds, shades, and more to enhance the beauty of your home. 20 years experience and in-home consultation provide the best solutions for your window shading needs.
 
 

Cities & Towns of the Southern Vermont Region


Dummerston Center
East Dover
East Dummerston
East Jamaica
North Brattleboro
South Londonderry
South Newfane
Stratton Mountain
Wardsboro Center
West Brattleboro
West Dover
West Dummerston
West Guilford
West Halifax
West Townshend
West Wardsboro
Westminster Station
Westminster West


Vermont Events in September


Looking Back, Moving Forward: Four Decades of Queer Activism in Vermont 9/20/19 - 9/20/19

Vermont is widely regarded as one of the most queer-friendly states in America. In 2000, the state was the first in the nation to legalize civil unions for same sex couples, and in 2009, Vermont became the first state to allow same-sex marriage by legislation rather than by court ruling. But how did that come to pass? At least one important factor has been the tireless activism and advocacy carried out over decades by, and on behalf of, Vermont’s LGBTQ+ community. Presented in partnership with the AIDS Project of Southern Vermont and Out in the Open (formerly Green Mountain Crossroads) and sponsored by The Samara Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, this event looks at the key individuals, organizations, and moments in the history of queer activism in southern Vermont from the 1980s to the present day. This event is presented in conjunction with Performative Acts, a retrospective of work by the acclaimed photographer and activist Dona Ann McAdams. McAdams credits her friendship with civil rights icon Harvey Milk with inspiring her lifelong devotion to using photography for social change. The exhibit includes McAdams’ photographs of queer liberation and AIDS activism protests across several decades.


11th Annual Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival 9/20/19 - 9/22/19

Set in the backdrop of our world renowned Vermont fall foliage, attendees of the Vermont Wine and Harvest Festivalwill discover, savor and enjoy Vermont vintners, small specialty food producers, chefs, painters, publishers, cheese makers, potters, jewelers, photographers and farmers.


Workshop(s): Dream Journals 9/21/19 - 9/21/19

These workshops will be led by Angus McCullough, creator of the site-specific installation Coincidence Control, and Jonathan Gitelson, curator. Participants will be guided through the process of making simple books to use as dream journals. At the first workshop (August 10), McCullough and Gitelson will share tips and tricks for remembering dreams, using them in waking life, incorporating them into the creative process, and perhaps even utilizing techniques for lucid dreaming. Stating one’s intentions in the dream journal increases the potential for activating these subconscious narratives. At the second workshop (September 21), participants will reconvene to discuss their individual dream journaling processes (successful or not), and new participants will make their own journals. Space is limited to 10 people for each workshop, and pre-registration is required. The two workshops can be taken as a series, or either workshop can be taken on its own. The workshop fee is by donation. ADMISSION: $10 suggested donation; no one turned away for inability to pay Ages 12 and up. Space is limited to 10 participants. Registration required. Register online or call 802-257-0124 x101.


Carpenter at Wardsboro Town Hall 9/21/19 - 9/21/19

Patty Carpenter is a pillar of the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band (DFJB), a foursome who stretches their biological connections to deliver an incomparable Jazz/ Americana/ Soul/ Folk sound. On Saturday, September 21, Patty will perform a solo show, bringing her fabulous jazz and blues sound to Wardsboro. She studied Jazz at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with the great Archie Shepp and Max Roach, and was heavily influenced by many great women artists from Joan Baez and Roseanne Cash to Billie Holiday and Carmen McCrae. “I was totally knocked out by the vocals. What a voice…I flat out loved it….Patty Carpenter was an epiphany for me.” – Larry Routt, Music Programmer, WOBO, Cincinnati, OH. http://dfjbmusic.com/ All shows are in the Wardsboro Town Hall Café, Main Street, Wardsboro, and feature excellent refreshments and BYOB. Doors open at 6:30, music begins at 7 pm. Admission is $10 at the door. For more information, email kwkmdavis@yahoo.com or call 802-896-6810.


National Museum Day Celebration in Windsor, VT 9/21/19 - 9/21/19

The American Precision Museum will open its doors free of charge to all Museum Day ticket holders on Saturday September 21, 2019 as part of Smithsonian magazine’s 15th annual Museum Day, a national celebration of boundless curiosity in which participating museums emulate the free admission policy at the Smithsonian Institution’s Washington D.C.-based museums. Museum Day represents a nationwide commitment to access, equity and inclusion. Over 450,000 tickets were downloaded for last year’s event, and Museum Day 2019 is expected to attract more museumgoers than ever before. See Smithsonian.com/museumday for downloadable tickets to be used on 9/21/19. The American Precision Museum is located in the 1846 Robbins & Lawrence Armory, a National Historic Landmark, and traces the beginnings of manufacturing to modern technology through exhibits and interactive programs. Open daily, Memorial Day Weekend through October 31, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The American Precision Museum is proud to be a Blue Star Museum, offering free admission to active duty military & their families.


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