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Proctorsville, Vermont



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Proctorsville is a village located in the town of Cavendish, in Windsor County of the "Southern Windsor County" region. The village was named for Captian Leonard Proctor, a Revolutionary War veteran who moved his family to the area in the early 1780's from Massachusetts. The family name was also used for the town of Proctor, Vermont.

The Dutton and Proctor families, and the villages of Duttonsville and Proctorsville, feuded for seventy-five years and quit only when young Redfield Proctor (later a United States senator) and Miss Emily Dutton were married.

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Golden Stage Inn - an Okemo Valley Bed and Breakfast
Proctorsville, VT - Golden Stage Inn Bed and Breakfast started life as a stagecoach stop in 1788 and has retained all of its historic charm while providing the amenities today's travelers require. Full country breakfasts, a bottomless cookie jar, and chocolate cake on Saturday nights are standard. Great seasonal specials available including Okemo Stay and Ski Packages. Our two- room suites a perfect for families with children.
 

Vermont Events in September


New Tai Chi classes 9/28/17 - 9/28/17

Join our new weekly class! Thursdays from 7-8 pm, at DG Bodyworks: 7 Depot Street, Cavendish, VT. Registration open thru Sept. 28. Led by Djemila Cavanaugh of Long River Tai Chi Circle, Cheng Man-ching lineage. Tuition: $65 per month - For more info call Djemila at 802-490-0225 or email: djem.translator@gmail.com


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