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 ACTIVITIES

VILLAGE PARK

A great place to hike, picnic, or simply relax. Walk among the hemlock groves, fern edged trails and rocky outcrops or stop by and rest in one of the picturesque gazebos. The Park is managed by The Nature Museum. Info and trail maps are available at the museum and the park kiosk. Trails are open year round.

GRAFTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

Free WiFi, public access computers, a wonderful collection of current titles and Vermont/ Grafton books, a comfortable reading room and an on- going book sale. Open Monday and Wednesday, 10 - 1 & 2- 5. Tuesday, 10 -1 & 2 - 8. Thursday, 2 - 5. Friday, 2- 5. Saturday, 9 -12.

Main St, Grafton
802.843.2404
graftonpubliclibrary.org

GRAFTON PONDS OUTDOOR CENTER

A wonderful recreation center for all ages. Winter: 30km of groomed trails and 30km of backcountry Nordic trails, 16km of snowshoe trails, a 600 foot tubing hill and a full event calendar. Summer: mountain biking, hiking, a new bike terrain park, canoing, kayaking and kids summer camps. Full service base lodge.

783 Townshend Rd, Grafton
802.843.2400
graftonponds.com

MOUNTAIN MIND AND MOVEMENT

Offering services that support healing, strengthening and balancing body, mind and spirit. Individualized holistic approaches include massage, CranioSacral Therapy, psychotherapy, personal training and mindful movement. Yoga classes: Tuesday 8:00- 9:15 (Gentle Yoga). Wednesday 5:30- 6:45 (all levels). Thursday 8:00- 9:15 (all levels). Mountain Hoops offers hula hoop making workshops and HoopFit/ HoopDance classes during the summer. Karen Bae Knight, LICSW, CMT, C-CST

 

76 Main St., Grafton
802.779.2289
mountainmindmovement.com

GRAFTON MUSIC FESTIVAL

Grafton Music Festival, Inc. presents high quality live music events at indoor and outdoor venues in Grafton throughout the year with a cluster of events around the Fourth of July. All types of music, something for every taste.

802.843.2447
graftonmusicfestival.com

THE WHITE CHURCH

Built in 1858 and originally known as the Baptist Meeting House, it now houses the Baptist and United church of Christ combined congregations. Services are Sunday at 9:00 AM. Besides being available for weddings, its "glorious acoustics" and seating for 220 make it a perfect place for musical and other community events.

Main St., Grafton
802.843.2303

WINDHAM FOUNDATION SHEEP EXHIBIT

Historic exhibit of Vermont's sheep industry and a visitor friendly sheep barn. Open daily. Located on the path to the Grafton Village Cheese Company.

 

Behind the Windham Foundation Offices (225 Townshend Rd.), Grafton
windham-foundation.org