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The southwestern corner of Vermont, known as The Shires of Vermont, is defined by the Taconic Mountains on the west and the Green Mountains on the east. This region has the distinction of having two ... more info
 
 
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Kimpton Taconic Hotel
Manchester, VT Manchester's newest hotel. The Kimpton Taconic Hotel 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.
Bromley - Vermont's Sun Mountain
Peru, VT -Looking for a great family summer adventure? Visit Bromley, Vermont’s Mountain Adventure Park home to 23 rides and attractions including the Triple Track Alpine Slide, the Sun Mountain Flyer Zipline, the Big Splash Waterslide and the Aerial Adventure Park which was rated Best Treetop Play by the Boston Globe.
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.
Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Manchester
Manchester, VT - Choose from 97 standard rooms and studio suites right in the heart of Manchester. Walk to local shops, designer outlets, and restaurants. Close to Stratton and Bromley for recreation.
RE/MAX Four Seasons
Manchester Center, VT - Our dedicated agents at RE/MAX Four Seasons provide a full range of professional services to buyers and sellers of real estate in the local market. We combine local expertise with the global brand recognition of RE/MAX to provide exceptional service to our customers and clients.
Hawkins House | Bennington, VT
Bennington, VT - Offering the work of hundreds of artisans including an exceptional selection of handcrafted jewelry in gold and silver, blown glass, pottery, books and cards, leather-bound journals and planners, handbags, scarves, woodenware and cutting boards, jewelry boxes, aromatic candles, toys, games, clothing, and much 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.
 
 

Cities & Towns of the Manchester-Bennington Region


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


Vermont Events in November


BACKROAD MERRIMENT TOUR 11/17/17 - 12/28/17

YOU WILL VISIT A SWEEPING MOUNTAIN/VALLEY VISTA, AN INTERNATIONAL WOODWORKING FACTORY/KITCHEN SHOP, THE OLDEST MARBLE QUARRY IN THE U.S., QUINTESSENTIAL VT. VILLAGES, THE BIRTHPLACE OF VERMONT, A COVERED BRIDGE AND AN AUTHENTIC MAPLE SUGAR SHACK TO LEARN THE SYRUP PROCESS. ALONG THE WAY, WE WILL TELL YOU ALL ABOUT THE AREA, IT’S PEOPLE, INTERESTING STORIES/FACTS AND HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE YOU WILL ALSO HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SAMPLE AND PURCHASE VT-MADE SYRUP, CHEESES AND OTHER PRODUCTS.


Strangers on the Farm: A History of Seasonal Laborers in Rural New England 11/28/17 - 11/28/17

Green Mountain Academy welcomes Blake Harrison to talk about the history of seasonal labor in rural New England. Traditionally, the identity for rural New England is centered on nostalgia and a largely Anglo identity. Agriculture and seasonal farmwork have at times provided the context for interconnectivity between rural New England and populations of workers from outside the region brought in to fill seasonal needs. This talk will examine trends in seasonal labor that brought diversity and difference to the region, thereby challenging common notions of regional culture and place. Registration is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. For more information or to register, please call 802-867-0111 or visit www.greenmtnacademy.org.


Reading the Skies: Comets, Eclipses and Stars 11/30/17 - 11/30/17

Green Mountain Academy welcomes Dartmouth Professor Richard L. Kremer to talk about the history of astronomy. From the rising of the Dog Star (Babylonians in 1700 BCE) through the Star of Bethlehem (Persians in 1 CE), Christopher Columbus’s lunar eclipse of 1492, and Jonathan Edwards’s comets in the 1740s, dramatic phenomena in the heavens have long attracted attention not just as natural events but as portents or signs for the humans on earth. In this talk, we will consider how lay sky watchers and expert astronomers tried to read the skies over the past 3,000 years, seeking to link human experience to the cosmos. Registration is $15 in advance or $20 at the door. For more information or to register, please call 802-867-0111 or visit www.greenmtnacademy.org.


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