The Henry Sheldon Museum presents the virtual exhibit A Neighbor Project: The Downtown Middlebury Portrait by local artist Rebecca Kinkead. The Downtown Middlebury Portrait includes…
Friday, September 25, 2020
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Middlebury is a special place. Whether you’re here for a few days, or a lifetime, we think you’ll agree. The town is everything you’d expect in a quaint Vermont village—a white steepled church, a Main Street lined with unique shops and a pretty town green. Stop and admire Otter Creek as it tumbles over a twenty-foot waterfall in the center of town.
Home to world-renowned Middlebury College, there’s a thriving arts scene with museums and art galleries as well as lectures, theater, music and dance performances nearly every night. With the Green and Adirondack Mountains as backdrops, recreational opportunities are nearly limitless with hiking, biking, golfing, skiing, fishing and boating on nearby lakes and streams.
Just want to kick back and enjoy great food and beverage? Middlebury’s has that too with both casual and fine dining, as well as several tasting rooms where you can sample many of the fine beers, spirts and ciders that are locally produced.
Come for a visit…you won’t be disappointed. And if you’re already part of our community? Discover something new about the special place we call home.
From our workshop in Middlebury, we make American pewter inspired by ancient craft and modern day design. We create beautiful objects — rooted in simplicity and functionality — designed to be used: Christmas ornaments passed down through generations, oil lamps to light cozy homes, jewelry to adorn the everyday. We…
Edgewater Gallery, located in the heart of Middlebury, contributes to the local culture with vibrant exhibitions from emerging and established artists from Vermont and beyond. We are pleased to share the work of our artists with the local community, as well as national and international collectors.
The Middlebury Natural Foods Cooperative is a democratic, member-owned cooperative committed to providing healthy, competitively priced foods; encouraging ecologically sound and healthful patterns of production and consumption; and responding to members’ needs accordingly.
Vermont-made gifts and traditional Vermont products! Vermont’s Own Gifts & Goods opened its doors in August 1986. The idea of bringing together the best products in the state of Vermont appealed to Dana and Lorraine Franklin, who were former dairy farmers looking for a new venture.
Woodware has been offering quality furniture and service for three generations. We offer a comfortable, inviting, and no-pressure experience with satisfaction guaranteed. We deliver our own furniture, with our own hands, on our own truck. Stop by anytime, or look below to see what our craftspeople have to offer.