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  • St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts

    Our Mission: To advance the arts and humanities in the Androscoggin Valley area by fostering the growth and development of individual artists and cultural organizations through its programs and services; presenting a broad range of cultural, educational and artistic programs...

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  • Clark's Trading Post

    History:In 1928 Florence and Ed Clark opened a roadside attraction for White Mountain travelers in Lincoln NH. "Ed Clark's Eskimo Sled Dog Ranch," featured guided tours of their pure-bred Eskimo sled dogs and artifacts from the far North. The original "Stand", or Trading Pos...

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  • Mount Wahington Cog Railway

    A ride up Mount Washington on the world's first mountain-climbing cog railway remains, as it has for well over a century, an exciting and unforgettable experience. The Mount Washington Cog RailwayThe ever-changing surroundings, the magnificent views, the sights and sounds of...

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  • Whales Tale Water Park

    At the Whale's Tale Water Park, the whole family can play in the only wave pool in the White Mountains. Ride the big waves or relax in the gentle ones at the shallow end. No need to worry about sand or salt. A splashing good time awaits you at the Whale's Tale Water Park. St...

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  • Story Land

    Story Land is in the beautiful White Mountains, and that means that green space, trees, and scenic views are important features of the park, which sits on 35 acres of hilly terrain. The rides and attractions are built into the natural features of the landscape. Accessibility...

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  • Santa's Village

    Come ride our signature rides like Rudy's Rapid Transit Roller Coaster, the Skyway Sleigh Monorail, and the Yule Log Flume! Yule enjoy them year after year! While its hot out, enjoy the interacitve water park, Ho Ho H2O! Most rides & shops are open for our entire calend...

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  • Art To Go

    Art To Go is a cute boutique carrying chic, quality clothes, shoes and jewelry. Tucked away in the the North Country, it's fun, one stop shopping for the down-to-earth but aware woman. It's a destination store of almost 19 years. We display visual art (one good painter at a ...

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  • The Art Post
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  • Sugar Hill Historical Museum

    Mission: Our purpose is to be an educational resource for the public through research, study, collection, preservation and exhibition of artifacts that illustrate the history of our community. History: The Sugar Hill Historical Museum began as a bicentennial project by ...

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  • Old Stone House Museum

    The Old Stone House, built as a school dormitory in 1834-36, now houses 25 rooms of exhibits focussing on 19th century life in northern Vermont. The collection includes furniture, textiles, photographs, pottery, folk and fine art, and many of the tools and utensils of daily ...

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  • Birds of Vermont Museum

    The mission of the Birds of Vermont Museum is to educate children and adults about the environment through the study of birds and their habitats. The Birds of Vermont Museum is a delightful place where visitors can learn about birds and their role in the earth's ecosystem. ...

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  • Fairbanks Museum And Planetarium

    The Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium is home to the first and only public planetarium in the state. Serving 15,000 visitors annually through programs for schools and the general public, it first opened in 1961 to stimulate interest in astronomy. The pursuit of this mission...

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  • Bryan Memorial Art Gallery

    Artist and founder Alden Bryan built the Mary Bryan Memorial Gallery in 1984 to honor the memory of his wife, artist Mary Bryan, by displaying the best of Vermont and New England painters. When Alden Bryan died in 2001, he left a living legacy in the gallery he created, as i...

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  • Sullivan Museum and History Center at Norwich University

    The Sullivan Museum and History Center seeks to be a lively, compelling and anchoring presence in our community; to serve as a dynamic learning resource; to improve cultural and educational opportunities for the Norwich community; to enhance our reputation as a unique instit...

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  • Noyes House Museum

    The Noyes House, a two-story federal-style brick mansion built by the Safford family in the early nineteenth century, was the first location to be settled in the village of Morrisville. Exhibits of local and regional history, photographs, furnishings, toys, household and far...

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  • Brown House Museum

    History:The Brown House was built in 1853 by the H.W. Winslow Company as a boarding house for it's saw mill employees. This historic building became the home of "Grandfather Brown" and his sons in 1868 when the sawmill and properties were bought by W.W. Brown from the H. W. ...

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  • Poore Family Homestead Museum
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  • The William Rugh Gallery

    The William Rugh Gallery starting in 1998 exclusively showcased and sold original oil paintings of Modern Master, Edward Widmayer. The gallery has grown to proudly represent Award-Winning Photographer, Fletcher Manley. We have doubled our space over the years and now offer ...

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  • Weathervane Theatre

    The Weathervane Theatre Players through imaginative productions of contemporary and classical musicals and plays seeks to present live theatre as a cultural resource to the North Country of New Hampshire. Holding, as its animating principle, that it is through theatrica...

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  • Skyline Music Festival

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  • Vermont Studio Center

    Founded in 1984 to support the making of art as the communication of spirit through form, the Vermont Studio Center is a nonprofit, year-round, international creative community, serving 600 artists and writers from across the country and around the world in the open, nurturi...

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  • The Painted Caravan

    The Painted Caravan is a fine art gallery dedicated to providing a space for exhibiting a wide range of quality work. Artist owned and run, the gallery aims to bridge the gap between few venues to show fine art and the many artists in the area that deserve space to exhibit. ...

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  • Robert Paul Galleries

    Heralded as one of the country's finest art galleries, we offer a truly unique and outstanding selection of original paintings, sculpture, glass work, limited editions and fine porcelain by locally, nationally, and internationally acclaimed artists....

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  • Helen Day Art Center
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  • Birds Of Vermont Museum

    Mission The mission of the Birds of Vermont Museum is to provide education, to nurture an appreciation of the environment, and to study birds and their habitats using woodcarvings and other museum resources. About Us The Birds of Vermont Museum is a delightful place where...

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  • Music For Sunday Afternoon
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  • Winslow Art Studio
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  • Catamount Arts

    About Us: Catamount Arts was founded in 1975 with a mission of enhancing the cultural climate of northern Vermont and New Hampshire. Integration of the arts into community life has been our guiding principle and we attempt to cultivate awareness and appreciation of the ...

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  • Valley Stage Music Festival

    About Us: Valley Stage Productions, LLC provides production services for live music events in a number of different venues throughout Chittenden County most notably the Valley Stage Music Festival. Valley Stage Productions announces its second season of Sunday afternoon co...

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  • Huntington Valley Arts
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  • Chandler Center For The Arts

    Mission Statement: Afford opportunity to the community-at-large for artistic expression and educational pursuit by sponsoring and producing programs in the creative and performing arts in and for Chandler Music Hall. Encourage and assist charitable, non...

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  • Old Church Community Theater

    Old Church Theater has presented over 30 years of summer productions geared for family entertainment. The actors are local residents from various backgrounds and some have gone on to make a career in the theater world. The theater is open to anyone wishing to act, direct, wo...

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  • Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium

    The Mission of the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium is to inspire appreciation for our place in the natural world and to motivate our stewardship of a healthy planet. The Fairbanks Museum was founded in 1889 by St. Johnsbury industrialist Franklin Fairbanks. Inside our c...

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  • Stephen Huneck Gallery

    In the world of struggling artists, Stephen Huneck's success has been meteoric. He is a strong believer in fate, and perhaps that is part of the explanation. There is no doubt that his figures are whimsical, amusing and charming, but they also have the power to evoke an imme...

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  • Caledonia County Fair

    About The Caledonia County Fair is the oldest fair in Vermont. The fair is the result of hundreds of hours of volunteer work. This fair is run by the community, for the community. Mission Statement The Caledonia County Fair Association wishes to set forth the following go...

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  • Vermont Ski Museum

    Mission: Our Mission: To collect, preserve and celebrate Vermont's skiing and snowboarding history The museum contains skis, boots, artifacts from the 10th Mountain Division, and a variety of items relating to Vermont’s ski legacy. There are also assorted memorabil...

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  • Middle Earth Music Hall
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  • The Parish Players

    The Parish Players is an incorporated not-for-profit community theater group dedicated to presenting high quality dramatic productions created by people who participate for the love of the work. Celebrating our 50th year, we remain committed to: offering ...

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  • Stowe Theatre Guild

    The Stowe Theatre Guild is a non-profit volunteer community theatre organization, pledged to present the best local theatre experience in New England and offering diverse, quality productions in a premier facility. For over fifty years, Stowe Theatre’s mission has incl...

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  • Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum

    The Vision : The Museum tells the story of skiing in Vermont in an exciting and interactive way. It intends to house one of the most complete and interesting collections of skiing memorabilia in the country, with both permanent and changing displays. The Museum is building a...

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