10:00 am – 5:00 pm
11 am - 2:00 pm
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
July 14 - August 18, 2022
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
6:30 – 9:30 pm
12:30 pm – 6:30 pm
(Rain Date: October 9, 2022)
About Stowe Vibrancy
Stowe Vibrancy is celebrating 13 years as a Vermont 501c3 non-profit corporation. Our mission is to increase the vibrancy of the Town of Stowe through the enhancement of social, recreational, cultural, economic, and physical characteristics of the village. Since our inception, we have done just that.
Consistent with our mission, Stowe Vibrancy produces or co-produces major events and series of events. In addition to our events, Stowe Vibrancy partners with the Town and many local businesses in efforts to support our Village infrastructure and economic development.
Our great success is the result of widespread community support, so we thank you. Enjoy all that Stowe Village and our greater Town has to offer! Don’t Miss Out on Another Event! View our 2022 Events Schedule.
A YEAR’S WORTH OF STOWE VIBRANCY
STOWE VIBRANCY HANDS OFF IPD
Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks Foundation Created
Stowe Vibrancy is honored to have partnered with Chief Don Stevens and the Nulhegan Abenaki for the Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks. We are so grateful to all of you: our partners, sponsors, musicians, educators, vendors, exhibitors, and volunteers for making it possible to launch this celebration in collaboration with local tribes in Vermont.
With the vision of the IPD Rocks founders we were able to bring the Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks into being. And it is with much appreciation that we now pass this event and celebration on to the Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks Foundation to continue this yearly tradition with the State of Vermont.
Save the date for October 7, 2023 for the 4th Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks in Stowe, Vermont.. named one of Vermont Chamber of Commerce’s top 10 Fall Events!
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MOVING ON
Stowe Vibrancy Begins Search for new Executive Director
After almost 4 years at the helm, Stowe Vibrancy’s Executive Director Aimée Green is moving on. Green, who has held the position since 2019, will be transitioning to the Barre Area Development Corporation as their next Executive Director in October.
During the Pandemic, with Green’s leadership, Stowe Vibrancy was instrumental in launching the effort to support residents and workers in Stowe through the C19 General Relief Fund. Over $120K was raised from donations for this fund which provided groceries and other essential needs directly to Stowe community members. Earlier this year the C19 fund wholly transferred to the newly formed Stowe Community Fund organization.
During her tenure Green led Stowe Vibrancy in reinventing and launching new arts, music and cultural events in Stowe such as the Best of Stowe, Main Street Live Music Series, and the Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks! Additionally, Green’s work involved partnering with the Town of Stowe to support local business growth through economic development, infrastructure improvements, and beautification.
Green states she is: “..very proud of the incredible progress made in our community in the past 4 years, and our historic Village Center with our Downtown Designation through the State of Vermont, and sincerely appreciates the support of the Town and its many involved volunteers and generous businesses and individuals.” Stowe Vibrancy’s Board President, Elise McKenna added: “We are so grateful and appreciative of Aimee’s service to our community, especially all the behind the scene activities she did during the pandemic, and are looking forward to finding someone who can continue the good work Stowe Vibrancy does to enhance the vitality of all that is Stowe.”
Stowe Vibrancy’s Executive Director position is contracted, year-round, and part-time. Inquiries can be made by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
CHANNEL 5 FEATURES BRITISH INVASION
Downtown Block Party Honors Queen Elizabeth II
The British Invasion Car Show has been happening in Stowe for 31 years, featuring English-made cars. Over a decade ago, they turned it into a block party with music and food for anyone, car owner or not, to get in on the fun.
Stowe Vibrancy, the organizers behind the block party, said a “Queen Elizabeth” impersonator typically joins their block party festivities, but to respect the queen they canceled that tradition.