Bryan Memorial Gallery

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Bryan Memorial Gallery is a Vermont’s primary showcase for landscape art. Established in 1984 by Alden Bryan in memory of his wife, Mary Bryan, the gallery offers a year round schedule of exhibitions, programs, classes, workshops and discussions about the visual arts.

180 Main St.
Jeffersonville, VT 05464 

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(802) 644-5100

info@bryangallery.org

Cambridge Arts Council

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Since its inception in 1996, the Cambridge Arts Council, led by community volunteers, has promoted the visual and performing arts in Cambridge and the surrounding area. We are proud of our past accomplishments and look forward to many more years devoted to bringing a diverse palette of arts to the community. With generous support from community members and partners, most activities are offered free of charge. CAC engages active partnerships to make the Cambridge area a center of creativity and a destination for the arts, ensuring that art in all its forms and expressions will continue to be an integral part of our community’s quality of life.

20 Chez Lane, #6
Jeffersonville, VT 05464 

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802-644-1960

cplante802@gmail.com

Green Mountain Access Television

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GMATV serves residents of Hyde Park, Johnson, and Morristown, and broadcasts locally grown programming to over 1,500 households on Comcast Channel 15. Our General Manager, Board of Directors, and our Members are inspired by the philosophy of public access — that empowering local people to make local television can make a difference!

P.O Box 581
Hyde Park, Vermont 05655 

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(802) 888-0166

info@greenmountainaccess.tv

Lamoille County Field Days

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As community members, we take a common sense approach in realizing the value of a dollar by providing fun family entertainment and promoting agriculture at a cost affordable to everyone.”Lamoille County Field Days strives to keep a time honored tradition and family event we are proud of”.

P.o Box 357
Hyde Park, VT 05655 

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802-635-7113

lcfielddays@gmail.com

Lamoille County Players

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The Lamoille County Players is a non profit organization dedicated to promoting the arts by providing high quality and affordable theater experiences for
Lamoille County’s residents and visitors, providing a supportive, educational and fun atmosphere for cast and crew members, and facilitating the use and maintenance of
the historic Hyde Park Opera House as a vibrant space for Lamoille County Players productions and other performing arts events.

P.O Box 9
Hyde Park, VT 05655 

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802-888-4507

info@lcplayers.com

MACC

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The Morristown Alliance for Culture and Commerce(MACC) mission is to help ensure a strong and viable downtown, north-end commercial district and riverfront. MACC serves the community by building upon our historic past, recognizing our existing assets and utilizing local knowledge, skills and resources.

P.O Box 748
Morrisville, VT 05661 

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802-888-3048

pps.caleb@gmail.com

Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate

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There is an undeniable campy appeal to his ruminations” – Seven Days (Vermont’s Arts and Entertainment weekly)

“With his clever lyrics and endless enthusiasm, it’s no surprise how easily he wins an audience” – Elizabeth Moison, author of Master of the Sweet Trade (A Story of Pirate Sam Bellamy, Mariah Hallet, and the Whydah)

Ahoy! My name is Ron Carter, aka Rockin’ Ron the Friendly Pirate. Since 2002, I’ve performed Pirate Music for ALL Ages. I sing to my own guitar accompaniment and to tracks from my stylistically diverse albums Give Me an RRR, Pirate PaRRRty, and The Flying Pirate Circus. My main port ‘o call is Smugglers’ Notch Resort – America’s Family Resort and I have appeared throughout Northeastern North America at schools, libraries, and events.

My often interactive songs have boat loads of wordplay and nautical references. Topics includelanguage (Give Me an RRR, Without the R, The Word Pirate), history (1717, Pirates & Privateers, Black Snake Tale), special occasions (Pirate Birthday PaRRRty, Buccaneer Bells), and values (Seven C’s, Friend Ship). My characters Oona Uni-hook, Pearl the Purple Pirate Princess, Scurvy Dog, Scaredy Cat, Polly Esther Pants, and Cranky Pirate are easily relate-able. I am a graduate of Boston’s Berklee College of Music where I received the Richard Levy Scholarship for Composition. My approach is Sesame Street meets Monty Python.

Find music from The Flying Pirate Circus, Pirate PaRRRty and Give Me an RRR on CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon¸ YouTube, Spotify and other sites. My music has sold around the world: USA, Canada, Mexico, South America, Europe, Russia, Asia, Australia. I will send CDs upon request.

I would love to sail to your port, till then… fair winds & following seas!

Rockin’ Ron

P.O. Box 223
Jeffersonville, VT 05464 

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(802) 793-7095

RockinRonTheFriendlyPirate@gmail.com

Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum

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Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum creates visually stimulating, historically in-depth exhibits that fulfill the mission to collect, preserve and celebrate Vermont’s skiing and snowboarding history.

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Since 1988, the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum has been dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the rich history of skiing and riding in Vermont.

The Museum Today: The museum’s mission is “to collect, preserve, and celebrate Vermont’s skiing and snowboarding history!”

Since 2002, the museum collection has more than doubled. There are approximately 8,000 individual items preserved by the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum. Ski equipment includes about 275 pairs of boots, 400 pairs of skis, 100 pairs of poles, 55 pairs of climbing skins, 60 loose bindings for both cross country and downhill skiing, and lots of the carrying equipment — bags, boot trees and ski racks.

Mechanical equipment, the smallest collection at about 75, includes large items necessary for the operations of ski areas such as snow making equipment, lifts, communication equipment, and race timing devices. Most of this is the first timing equipment ever used in Vermont, perhaps in the United States, including the first electronic eye that starts and stops timing based on motion.

P.O Box 1511
Stowe, VT 05672 

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Website

802-253-9911

prand@vtssm.com