Hardwick, Vermont

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Hardwick Vermont is a town in Caledonia County, east of Morrisville and west of St Johnsbury, in the beautiful and scenic "Northeast Kingdom" of Vermont, an area that National Geographic selected as part of their geotourism program for sustainable destinations. The town contains the incorporated village of Hardwick and the unincorporated villages of East Hardwick and Mackville. Hardwick is a commercial center for the region's farming population.

The predominant business following the Civil War was granite quarrying and Hardwick became known as the "Building Granite Center of the World." By 1906, 1200 people were employed in the industry. Buildings around the country made with Hardwick granite include the Pennsylvania State Capitol, Chicago City Hall, Old Post Office Building in Washington, D.C., as well as numerous city halls and custom houses.

Some notable people from Hardwick include: writer Catherine Cate Coblentz; lawyer & author Dorman Bridgman Eaton; Governor of Vermont Lee E. Emerson; author & jogging enthusiast Jim Fixx; congressman Thomas J. D. Fuller; and politician David H. Nichols.

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Vermont Events in July

Caspian Monday Music 7/24/17 - 7/24/17

Pierre Hurel Jazz Trio Pierre Hurel, Piano; John Funkhouser, Bass; Mike Connors, Drums The Pierre Hurel Trio, performing original music from their latest CDs, Portrait and Inner Conversation, along with standards from the French repertoire, like “Autumn Leaves” and American classics, including original arrangements of “Summertime” and “Take the A Train.” Pierre Hurel, John Funkhouser and Mike Connors have played together for more than 15 years, emerging from the Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett trio sound with a solid swing element and an ever-fresh take on standards. The Pierre Hurel Jazz Trio: a fluid, lyrical, organic sound with spontaneity moving the music in any new direction at any given moment.

Caspian Monday Music 7/31/17 - 7/31/17

Austin Burns, baritone Stephanie Mao, piano An Introduction The American Set: Black is the Color of my True Love's Hair Poor Wayfaring Stranger Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho Deep River The Neapolitan Set: A Vucchella Mattinata Tu ca Nun Chiagne O Sole Mio The Original Comedy Set: A Fake Serenade My Fake Irish Rose Deep S *** Can't Beat the Trilogy

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