As a result of the current pandemic, Stowe Vibrancy has taken all precautions to ensure that our Stowe Community, and all its visitors, can continue to appreciate what Stowe has to offer culturally, musically and artistically, even in these challenging times.
While we have postponed some of our signature events, we continue to showcase the talents of artists and significant causes. Stowe Vibrancy has launched three new 2020 events: 1st Annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks!, Food in the Field, and Main Street Live.

We look forward to our next 10 years as an organization to grow, revive, and transform our events to support the economic development and vibrancy of the Town of Stowe. To the many residents and visitors who come to Stowe each year to experience our community and to stay, shop, eat, and enjoy these events we say Thank You!


Winter Jazz Brunch Music Series


Sundays, January 10 – March 21, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
The Round Hearth

Jazz music fans will enjoy the remarkable Vermont Jazz Trio of Peter Schmeeckle, Jeremy Hill and Remi Savard while enjoying Sunday brunch, tucked into the cozy warmth of The Round Hearth. 



Gardens of Stowe

Gardens of Stowe


August 8, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. – rain or shine
Public and Private Gardens throughout Stowe, Vermont

This self-guided tour includes some of Stowe’s most interesting and innovative gardens. This year’s “Art in the Garden” tour includes local artists painting and drawing in all of the showcased gardens. Enjoy this added artistic experience, then bid for the plein air works in our online auction. Check back for details about our auction.


Union Bank

Food in the Field Summer Series

Thursdays, July 30 – September 17, 2020 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.


Pinnacle Ski & Sports Lawn, 1652 Mountain Rd., Stowe, VT

This acclaimed Thursday night stop offers local eats from Vermont artisans and vendors. Weekly updates on our Facebook page, Instagram and Front Porch Forum. Read more…



Main Street Live

Saturdays, August 22 – September 19, 2020 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.


Park Street, Stowe Village

The amazing talent of Paul Asbell, Peter Schmeekle and Jeremy Hill is on display for summer evenings. Dine picnic style on any of the public Village greens while you relax to their Jazz standards. Read more…



Saturday Cinema on the Lawn

Cultural Campus (in front of Stowe Free Library, Stowe Village)
TBD – 6:30 p.m. Lawn Party – Dusk:


We’re taking outdoor film screenings to the next level! Guests are invited to come in and enjoy movie-themed lawn parties with festive food, beverages and other special features. Read more…



Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration

July 1 – 7, 2020 – all day
Throughout Stowe Village and the Town of Stowe

While we cannot hold our traditional celebration in the Town of Stowe, we are keeping the spirit alive. We are asking local businesses to decorate in the spirit of Independence Day from July 1st to July 7th. Businesses will be promoted on our social media accounts, while we ask locals and visitors to vote on their favorite decorations! These will be drive-by and virtual viewings. We ask that businesses create a fun, visual experience that does not encourage any interaction (no handing out goodies, etc.) or any reason for people to stop and congregate.
We welcome everyone to participate and continue the festive vibe. If you would like to join in, please email to get on the list!

Read more…



British Invasion Block Party

British Invasion

TBD from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Main Street, Stowe Village

This party kicks off the 30th Annual British Invasion Car Show! Dance to the beats of Joey Leone’s Chop Shop, experience the British cars, and enjoy an amazing British food court and craft brew garden. Read more…


UPS Store

Indigenous Peoples’ Day Rocks!


Saturday, October 9, 2021 from 12:30 – 6:30 p.m. subject to change
Rain date October 10
Town of Stowe Mayo Farm Fields, Weeks Hill Rd.

Get ready for our first Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration, featuring Grammy winner Joanne Shenandoah, Abenaki artists, singers, musicians, and storytellers and local rockers Dave Keller and John Fusco.  Read more…




A Traditional Christmas in Stowe

A Traditional Christmas in Stowe

Main Street Tree Lights furnished by Ferro Jewelers

December 3, 2020 – January 3, 2021
Stowe Village

The community of Stowe and its visitors kick off the holiday season with this beloved festival, named a Top Ten Vermont Winter 2018-2019 Event. Expect gorgeous tree lightings, children’s lantern parade,  art center full of festooned trees, holiday decorations, wagon rides, visits with Santa & Mrs. Claus, caroling, live holiday music from local bands The Blue Diamonds and The Skeleton Keys, candy cane pulling, holiday cookie decorating, gingerbread house decorating, Disney Frozen characters at Stowe Cinema’s screening of Frozen 2, a Santa Stroll to support local businesses and More. Read more…


Stowe Cable

Stowe Foliage Art on Park

Stowe Foliage Art on Park

Rain date postponed
Park Street, Stowe Village

This market celebrates all things autumnal, featuring local artists and artisans, specialty foods, fall beverages and great live music by Phineas Gage. Vermont amateur bakers are invited to participate in the 5th Annual Blue Ribbon Pie Contest! Read more…



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