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Randolph, Vermont



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Randolph Vermont, the largest town in Orange County, is located near the center of the state, on the border of the Woodstock-Quechee and the "Waterbury-Montpelier" regions of the state. Originally named "Middlesex," the town was renamed in honor of Edmund Randolph, the first U.S. Attorney General, to encourage recognition of the state by the United States.

Randolph is recognized as the home of Justin Morgan, owner and breeder of a small bay stallion named "Figure," the foundation sire of the Morgan Horse breed which, in 1961, became the official state animal of Vermont.

Conveniently located off I-89 at exit 12, today Randolph is a lively center of trade and agriculture, offering beautiful natural surroundings to residents and visitors alike. While in Randolph, visit the Chandler Center for the Arts where you can enjoy their rich programs of visiting artists and local entertainment. Randolph is also home to the Gifford Medical Center, and Vermont Technical College.

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Vermont Events in December


The Gary Douglas Band Performing Live 12/15/18 - 12/15/18

Gary Douglas has long been waging battle with the forces of greed and injustice, both as rebel rocker and as a Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame attorney who spends each and every day fighting for workers rights and the victims of corporate greed. Now, with The Gary Douglas Band’s bracing new LP, DEEP IN THE WATER, he has crafted his most powerful statement thus far, a clarion call of passionate rock ‘n’ roll fueled by expertly crafted melodies, stadium-sized choruses, and Douglas’ uncompromising lyricism. Songs like “Nothing Ever Goes As Planned” and the forceful title track find the singer-songwriter-bandleader opening up his rousing American sound to better explore the social and emotional effects of politics and power on living, breathing people. Tickets available at: https://bit.ly/2SjjfnV


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