White River Junction, Vermont, is a village within the town of Hartford, VT, located at the intersection of I-89 and I-91 in a region known as the "Woodstock-Qquechee Region." As the first and largest railroad center in Vermont and New England north of Boston, White River Junction serves as one of the northernmost legs of the Amtrak rail system with the "Vermonter" train stopping daily.
The village is the waypoint community for the towns of Hartland & Norwich, VT, and Lebanon, Hanover, & Plainfield, NH. Just across the state line and the Connecticut River, one can find Dartmouth College and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, both less than 15 minutes from White River Junction, VT.
A Halloween themed 5K race in White River Junction on October 28th to benefit Hartford Dismas House and is part of the "Gory Daze" festivities presented by the Main Street Museum later in the evening. There will be face painting, food, music, and fun for everybody! Halloween costumes are encouraged for participants, but not required. You are welcome to walk or run, the important thing is to have a good time! Please register at https://runsignup.com/gorydaze5k More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1540120412678117/ Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HartfordDismasHouse/