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Sunday, Feb 14, 2016

Green Mountains - It's So Vermont - 10



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Manchester & The Mountains Regional Chamber of Commerce
Manchester Center, VT - From the adventure of skiing down a mountainside, exploring our history, or enjoying the famed Battenkill River, the Manchester and the Mountains regional towns welcome you with all things warm and wonderful no matter what the season. Experience the Four Seasons of Vermont from the inside out. Each small town and village offers a unique experience of people, places, and things to do.
Brown Enterprises, Inc. - a family owned business carrying the best outdoor power equipment available on the market.
Manchester, VT - Work Hard, Play Hard, No job is too big or small for Brown Enterprises. Our highly trained parts, service, and technical staff is here six days a week to provide quality service and ensure customer satisfaction. Our skilled service department is always eager to answer any questions and assist in resolving problems. Also located in South Londonderry, Vermont.
The Landgrove Inn in Landgrove, Vermont - The Soul of Vermont - Since 1935
Landgrove, VT - An authentic 1810 farmhouse in a luxuriant New England landscape. American country at its finest. Considered to be "the soul of Vermont" by thousands of visitors worldwide. The Landgrove Inn has 18 guest rooms, a public restaurant, a busy four season special events schedule, and a brand new 50' x 30' Post and Beam style Center for the Arts, beautifully located overlooking our pond, and with stunning views of Stiles Peak in the distance.
RE/MAX Four Seasons
Manchester Center, VT - the dedicated team of Battenkill Real Estate is now part of RE/MAX. We bring our intimate knowledge of real estate in the Manchester area combined with the state of the art technology of the world's #1 real estate franchise to help you buy or sell your home. We work for you!
The Inn at Willow Pond in Manchester, VT
Manchester Center, VT - The INN at Willow Pond, situated on twenty panoramic acres with inspiring mountain views, combines the charm of a country inn with the first class amenities of a sophisticated hotel. It's a four-season resort with 40 spacious suites, a conference center, wedding and banquet facilities, full service catering, and more!
Speak Sooner: ask questions now, live the answers
Bennington, VT - Founded in 2006, the CCM's mission is to educate patients, families and healthcare professionals about the key role of communication in improving healthcare delivery. Illness does not just impact one person. Discover the new interactive Difficult Conversations Toolkit and learn how patients and families can partner with doctors in making decisions about care and secure the supports they need - sooner rather than later.
Race for the Cure - an Annual Event to help support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
Manchester, VT - SATURDAY, July 18, 2015 Saturday. The Komen Race for the Cure series is the largest series of 5k runs in the United States. Each year, the Foundation's Grant Program award project grants and fellowships in basic and clinical research, and grants in the areas of breast cancer education, treatment and screening projects for the medically under served. It's a feel-good family event with music, food and more. New location at Riley Rink/HunterPark.
Taconic Hotel
Manchester, VT Manchester's newest hotel. TACONIC is one of Vermont’s premier boutique hotels with luxury accommodations, rustic elegance, intimate ambiance, gracious service, generous amenities and warm hospitality. Enjoy updated classic American cuisine at The Copper Grouse Tavern.
 
 

Cities & Towns of the Green Mountains Region


East Arlington
East Dorset
Manchester Center
Manchester Village
North Bennington
North Pownal
South Dorset
South Shaftsbury
West Arlington
West Rupert


Vermont Events in February


WINTER TOUR: MERRIMENT ON THE BACKROADS 1/2/16 - 3/13/16

This tour is a great alternative to spending the afternoon on the slopes. Discover the cheer, nostalgia & allure of Vermont backroads during the winter season. Visit; the oldest marble quarry in the U.S., quintessential VT villages, Vermont’s finest artisans’ boutique, a maple syrup/cheese shop, a Norman Rockwell exhibit, an antique covered bridge, sweeping mountain/valley vistas. You’ll have an opportunity to purchase local VT products. Learn the fascinating history, fun facts & other places to visit in the area. Travel in 10-passenger tour vehicle with local guide. Daily tour starts at 1 PM & returns by 3 PM. $35 PP. Advance reservations necessary!


Caste in India: B.R. Ambedkar and the Fight against Untouchability 2/16/16 - 2/16/16

Green Mountain Academy welcomes Middlebury Professor Yumna Siddiqi. In this talk about the main author of India’s constitution, we will explore the importance of Ambedkar’s ideas by way of a reading of the graphic book Incidents in the Life of B. R. Ambedkar. This graphic text conveys the experience of untouchability and Ambedkar’s fierce opposition to caste oppression.


A Self Made Man 2/18/16 - 2/18/16

A Self-Made Man takes a look at what it is like to be Transgender and focuses on children coming to grips with their own sexual noncomformity.


ICM's Movie Night 2/20/16 - 2/20/16

Pix, Pizza and Popcorn! Please join us for a showing of Ida. We’ll provide the popcorn and pizza


If Walls Could Talk: Stone Walls of New York and New England 2/23/16 - 2/23/16

Green Mountain Academy welcomes John Delano of the University of Albany to talk about the stone walls of New England. Stone walls are an enduring testimony to the strenuous labors and strong work ethic of subsistence farmers who toiled for generations on 100-acre lots. The perimeters of their fields were often defined by the stone walls we frequently encounter today even in the deep woods. Modern airborne surveys reveal the vast extent of these stone walls in New England, as well as other interesting aspects of the land.


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