Cultural Events and Entertainment

This page is a collection of the venues, businesses and locations in Stowe and the surrounding towns that I personally recommend.

The Arts

From the Performing Arts to Fine Arts Stowe and Northern Vermont is a venue that attracts major artists from around the world. This area also has its share of highly talented local artists.

Stowe Performing Arts features world renowned artists at "Music In The Meadow" which is a summer music series staged outside in the meadow at the Trapp Family Lodge. Locals and visitors alike arrive when the gates open at 5:30 in the evening and bring everything from the simple to the elaborate picnic dinner and favorite libation to enjoy in the meadow prior to and during the evening's performance. The sun setting behind the Green Mountains to the west serve as the backdrop and we have often walked back to our cars by the light of the summer moon rising in the east.

Spruce Peak Performing Arts is staged in the newly constructed 400 seat Performing Arts Theater. This intimate theater offer a unique opportunity to see major artist up close.

The Helen Day Art Center is located in Stowe Village over the Stowe Free Library. The Helen Day features regularly changing art exhibits as well as hosting a variety of art exhibits around town.

River Arts is located in Morrisville village and features a number of performing artists and fine art exhibits onsite as well as around the county.

Lamoille County is blessed with two very talented local theater groups. The Lamoille County Players are located at the historic Hyde Park Opera House in Hyde Park Village. The Stowe Theater Guild is located in the Ackley Building in Stowe Village.

Movie Theaters

Stowe Cinema is a tri-plex movie theater located on the Mountain Road in Stowe.

The Bijou theater is a four-plex theater located on Portland Street in Morrisville Village.

The Savoy Theater located in Montpelier (just a two minute walk from Sarducci's) features mainstream movies as well as some of the more popular art based films.

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