St Albans Vermont is located on Route 7 in Franklin County, in the Islands & Farms region of Vermont. The town of St. Albans completely surrounds the city of St. Albans, which was separated from the town and incorporated in 1902.
I-89 passes through St Albans on its way between Burlington and Swanton, Vermont. The City of St Albans is only 15 miles from Vermont's border with Quebec and is the northern terminus of the "Vermonter" Amtrak route
St Albans, known as the "Maple Syrup Capital of the World" is home to the Vermont Maple Festival, held annually over the last weekend in April with exhibits, demonstrations, entertainment, a craft show, and more, all dedicated to maple syrup.
Times like these call for outdoor concerts, with small ensembles and ample room to stop by and enjoy some music from a safe distance. Our Close to Home and Far Afield series honors our statewide mission by visiting all 14 of Vermont’s counties this summer, bringing a variety of repertoire to town greens, patios, and other outdoor venues. For this edition of Close to Home and Far Afield, we’ll have a string trio performing at the Northwest Farmers’ Market. Rain date is September 5. Free and open to the public. For venue accessibility information, contact the Northwest Farmers’ Market at firstname.lastname@example.org. In accordance with the state mask mandate, facial coverings are required in public areas when physical distancing is not possible.