Chester Vermont has the time-honored appeal of a New England community, a population of just 3,044, and a place on the National Register of Historic Places. Chester is home to a historic "stone village" that is unique to the region, with a number of substantial pre-Civil war houses built from native stone from local quarries.
Although at first glance Chester Vermont seems to be charmingly reminiscent of a bygone era, it caters to a decidedly 21st century public! You can enjoy a number of things to do here, including dining at a variety of restaurants, browsing unique shops and galleries, and a range of wonderful lodging in Chester and the surrounding region. Chester VT is located just minutes from Okemo Mountain and Mount Snow, and just 45 minutes from Manchester.
A beautiful show of botanicals and spirited plants, artist Margaret Shipman is inspired by the vibrant craziness of the world and magic in everyday life. Fabric and old photos are sewed onto her painted canvas’s creating a whimsical floral, textural delight. July 1- October 31 DaVallia Art & Accents on Chester’s Village Green.
We are honored to present works by artist, Terry John Woods' for a special exhibit July 1- October 31 at our 39 North location. Terry's career has evolved from painting and sculpture to garden and interior design to producing and styling features in national publications. Woods is the author of Terry John Woods’ New Farmhouse Style, Summer House, and Farmhouse Modern. He lives in Vermont, Georgia, and Maine.