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Sponsored content: What began 30 years ago as a series of coordinated monthly “openings” among Brattleboro art galleries has evolved into a full-fledged downtown arts and community celebration. Held on the first Friday of the month from May through December, Gallery Walk is a street festival, featuring a flea market, live music, community art-making and food. Read moreGallery Walk makes entire downtown Brattleboro come alive

Sponsored content: Since its rebirth in 2016, the Stone Church in downtown Brattleboro has established itself as the most unique and diverse live music destination in Southern Vermont. Music lovers from throughout New England have flocked to the “House of Music Worship” to enjoy a wide diversity of musical styles complemented by its ornate surroundings — stained-glass windows, a stately pipe organ and biblical passages on the walls — along with great acoustics and lighting. Read moreThe Stone Church: Come and revel in the sights, sounds at this unique live music venue

Sponsored content: At the Park-McCullough house, you can make its rich history a part of your own. Since October 1967, the Park-McCullough Historic Governor’s Mansion has been open to the public, offering guided mansion tours, memberships, a gift shop supporting local artisans and Vermont products. Today, the mansion also has become a premier venue for weddings, private parties, fundraising events, and meetings large and small. Read morePark-McCullough house: This historic site hosts weddings, events, tastings, more

Sponsored content: When David Hiler, and Tim and Amy Brady were aiming to open the River Garden Marketplace in 2021, they knew what they wanted: a bright, cheery space that continued to focus on the natural beauty of Brattleboro, while bringing a cosmopolitan “Chelsea Market” vibe to the area, with upscale food and beverage in a casual atmosphere. Read moreRiver Garden Marketplace brings curated craft selection to menu, venue, arts and music scene

Sponsored content: You could say that Scott Sparks can smell the winds of change. He had spent 30 years in food service sales, with the last 10 years as an executive overseeing farm-to-table purchasing and sales. He worked closely with Vermont farmers, cheese makers and producers to help them bring their products to market. Read moreVermont Hempicurean & Vermont Grow Barn: For your growing or CBD needs

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