Brattleboro is a town in Windham County, Vermont, located in the southeast corner of the state, along the state line with New Hampshire. It is situated along the Connecticut River, at the mouth of the West River.
Brattleboro, being the first major town over the Vermont border on Interstate 91, offers a mix of a rural atmosphere and urban amenities such as a large number of hotels. Brattleboro is a host to a number of art galleries and stores.
In 2007, Brattleboro passed the Fairtrade town resolution, clearing the way to become the second Fairtrade certified town in the nation, joining Media, Pennsylvania.
Brattleboro has a thriving arts community. The town is listed in John Villani's book The 100 Best Small Art Towns in America, in which it ranks number nine among towns with a population of 30,000 or under.
Brattleboro Arts: On the first Friday of every month, an event known as the Gallery Walk is held, in which galleries, artists, and arts organizations open their doors to the public to display new work or hold performances. Included in the organizations that participate are the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, the Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery, the In-Sight Photography Project, River Gallery School, Through the Music, and the Windham Art Gallery.
Other notable arts organizations in Brattleboro include the Brattleboro Music Center, the Vermont Theatre Company, the New England Youth Theater, the Brattleboro Women's Chorus, the Brattleboro School of Dance, Luminz Studio dance and performing arts center, and the New England Center for Circus Arts (NECCA).
The next generation of circus stars perform IMPETUS, a high flying, awe inspiring theatrical circus production exploring cause and effect. This daring show captures the ways in which humans connect to influence, inspire, and irritate one another through space and time. The graduates of NECCA’s 3 year professional training program devised this creative Circus Capstone Project. Join us for an outdoor, socially distanced, bring your own seating show in NECCA’s picturesque backyard – and enjoy safe, live performance again! WHEN: May 15, 2021 – 2:00 pm and 4:30 pm WHERE: Backyard at the NECCA Trapezium! 10 Town Crier Drive Brattleboro, Vermont 05301 COST: $15/Individual $40/Pod Ticket (up to 4 attendees in 12? square) BUY TICKETS: https://www.onthestage.com/show/new-england-center-for-circus-arts/backyardnecca-presents-impetus-1059/tickets NOTE: In Case of Rain, ticket buyers will receive a link to watch the full length show online Sign up to volunteer and receive a free ticket: https://necca.ivolunteer.com/backyard_impetus