Waterbury-Montpelier Region - 5

The Waterbury-Montpelier Region is the home of the nation's smallest state capital, Montpelier. Montpelier is located in a remarkable valley along the Winooski River. Montpelier's intimate size, ... more info
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Old Stagecoach Inn
Waterbury, VT - The Old Stagecoach Inn, offers comfortable, individually decorated guest rooms, an extravagant country breakfast, and the chance to unwind before the fire in our elegant parlor or in our cozy library bar. Enjoy it all in an unspoiled village, Waterbury, Vermont, where the tradition of old fashioned New England hospitality still prevails.
Best Western Waterbury-Stowe
Waterbury/Stowe, VT - The Best Western Waterbury-Stowe delivers the perfect balance between activity and comfort, whatever your reason for visiting Vermont. With its charming atmosphere, the Best Western is the perfect year round vacation or meeting headquarters. Situated on a plateau in the heart of the Green Mountains and convenient to Stowe, Sugarbush, Mad River Glen, Bolton Valley and Burlington.
Northstar Fireworks
Montpelier, VT - Northstar Fireworks is your premiere choice for retail fireworks and professional fireworks displays. Make your celebration special and light up the night sky with fireworks. Four retail locations including Montpelier.
Sugar Lodge at Sugarbush logo
Warren, VT - Great value great and location. Within an hour of 5 major ski resorts. Less than 1/2 mile from the lifts and the Sugarbush golf course. Rooms feature comfortable country furniture, full private bath, CATV phone and air-condition. Free WiFi. Beer and wine bar. Relax in our outdoor pool or Hot Tub. Great location in the heart of the Mad River Valley.

Cities & Towns of the Waterbury-Montpelier Region

Vermont Events in April

PoemCity: Poetry Slam at the Center for Arts and Learning 4/21/18 - 4/21/18

Join slam master Geof Hewitt for an afternoon of poetry performed by participants ages 8 and above, including adults. This is a traditional slam with original writing only and a three-minute time limit. Participants should come prepared with two pieces of writing.

PoemCity: Beginning to See the Light 4/21/18 - 4/21/18

Like the pairing dialogue of our trails and the mountains above, toward the view of worlds far within and well beyond, or the burgeoning dance of spring from our long wintered floors, or likewise the collective liberation of all our illuminating calls for freedoms of peace, poet, composer, and jazz bass clarinetist Toussaint St. Negritude presents an evocative collaboration of words and tones in the Hunger Mountain Co-op Café. Performing his own broad explorations of poetry and music, on select pieces he will also be accompanied by special guest musicians.

PoemCity: Earth Day Celebration at Hunger Mountain Co-op: Kids & Poetry 4/21/18 - 4/21/18

Join Kellogg-Hubbard librarian Nicole Westbom in the children’s tent for fun with poetry. Write poems, listen to stories, and take part in other hands-on activities.

Magic Hat Mud Season Music Series: Japhy Ryder 4/21/18 - 4/21/18

Magic Hat Presents Mud Season Music Series: Japhy Ryder Adv Tix: http://www.sevendaystickets.com/events/53672441/japhy-ryder _________________________________ Japhy Ryder: A tight-knit group of musicians living, working, and performing in and around Burlington, Vermont, Japhy Ryder draw upon a diverse range of influences to create their unique blend of instrumental hip-hop, dub, rock and afro-beat. Bass heavy, percussion driven grooves lay the foundation while trumpet, synths, samples, and guitar blend the realms of improvisation and composition. Over the past several years, Japhy Ryder have had the privilege of sharing the stage with such visionary artists as Femi Kuti, The Roots, and Bernie Worrell and have played at many prestigious venues and festivals, including Vermont’s Higher Ground, New York City’s Knitting Factory, and Camp Bisco. Will Andrews – trumpet/synth/samples Patrick Ormiston – bass/synth Zack DuPont – guitar Jason Thime – drums Matt DeLuca – percussion

PoemCity: Six Old Poets Tea Party 4/22/18 - 4/22/18

Join us for tea as we hear the voices of teachers and students of the Montpelier Senior Activity Center: Charlie Barasch, Liz Benjamin, Jane E. Bryant, Jeanne Weston Cook, Sarah Franklin, and Geof Hewitt. Down Home Kitchen will wow us with a delicious tea featuring scratch-made goodness. There is a charge for tea and food, but you can attend without buying food.

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