A local institution with a rich history looks back on its 80th anniversary and shares plans for the future.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment (which granted women the right to vote), we sat down and spoke with the strong female leaders who run some of Southern Vermont’s most prominent and influential artistic organizations.
Read about a few of the new businesses that have arrived to Manchester!
Here is a wonderful walk to take in Manchester Center— something to enjoy after your shopping and your gallery hopping, after you are done exploring along the Riverwalk at the Town Green, and after you have had a bite to eat in town. This is a short, self-guided stroll on Bonnet Street, the perfect block or two to see what adds to Manchester’s charm.
Newfane is as old as Vermont, settled eight years before the town was officially organized. The early residents were farmers, pioneers really, on rugged terrain that the Reverend Timothy Dwight IV (1752– 1817) described as “uneven” in the diaries he kept during his famous journeys through New England.
Exchange your vows amidst the natural beauty of Southern Vermont’s Green Mountains. For any season, explore the possibilities. Create and share your magic at a chic country barn or inn, on a heavenly vista, romantic lake front, or an elegant ballroom. Turn the pages and fall in love.
Take a look at some of the everyday beauty that makes living in Manchester, Vermont so wonderful…
When Laura Gilpin passed away in 1979 most of her negatives, photographs, and letters went to the permanent archive at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Three portfolios of photographs however were kept by her family. The Bennington Museum is fortunate to have this opportunity to share with the public a selection from these portfolios which include…