The Green River Bridge Inn has a new owner and a new focus in the same bucolic setting. Jamie Mohr, director of Epsilon Spires, said the inn is designed to “bring international artists here to really experience Southern Vermont in a way that’s inspiring and memorable. I think a stay here while they’re working on projects will be really exciting to them and also a great way to showcase Windham County.”
For its fall production, Guilford Center Stage will present a staged reading of It Can’t Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis. There will be three performances October 18-20 at Broad Brook Community Center in Guilford.
A quartet of world-class cellists once again will make the Vermont hills alive with the sound of music when they gather at the Guilford Center Meeting House in what has come to be a much-anticipated gala concert enjoyed by music lovers from all over the region.
Alice, a Musical Play, opens the fifth season at Guilford Center Stage, on April 26-28, at the Broad Brook Community Center in Guilford.
Celebrate Guilford and its history through the voices of Town elders.
Every year, a group of artisans gather at the weaving studio of Carol Schnabel on the Green River Road to showcase their products and connect with friends.