Atowi is a place-based non-profit cultural organization, here in what is traditionally known as Wantastegok, today’s Brattleboro. We are an Elnu Abenaki community initiative to affirm Native relationships to the Land and its inhabitants, raise Indigenous voices, and foster inclusion with understanding, in this place. Let’s talk!

We are dedicated to performing music that summons THE DEEPEST EMOTIONS AND THE MOST BURNING ISSUES OF BEING HUMAN so people can experience transcendence, interact with the music and artists, and engage in their own creativity. We bring all-encompassing art works to life so you can be immersed in the experience, lost in emotion and create a fulfillment…

Connecticut River Conservancy is the voice for the Connecticut River watershed, from source to sea. We collaborate with partners across four states to protect and advocate for your rivers and educate and engage communities. We bring people together to prevent pollution, improve habitat, and promote enjoyment of your river and its tributary streams. Healthy rivers support…

Safe Place offers professional interviews to child and adult survivors of physical/sexual assault. We provide advocacy and coordination for each case. Our multidisciplinary team of 7 different professions work collaboratively to streamline the process for each case so every survivor feels supported and has their needs met successfully.

Theatre Adventure is a non-profit organization offering year-round theater arts programming. Our mission is to empower youth and adults with disabilities through the expressive arts while building self-confidence, leadership, and community. The disabilities that many of our students live with include: Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, deafness/hard of hearing, blindness, and intellectual and other developmental…

Friends of Music at Guilford is a community-based music presenting organization, founded in 1966 with an organ concert in a rural barn. We return there annually to launch our season with a two-day festival including an orchestra concert on the lawn. Skilled amateurs and volunteer professionals serve as our musicians, along with special guest artists…

The Brattleboro Community Justice Center is a restorative justice-based organization that engages with community members to repair harm caused by conflict and crime. We run programs in schools and neighborhoods; provide mediation around community conflicts; facilitate interventions with individuals involved in the criminal legal system; and work with individuals returning to our community after incarceration.…

The Commons is the public face of a larger nonprofit organization, Vermont Independent Media, Inc. Recognizing that a vigorous exchange of ideas and information allows democracy to function and is the lifeblood of a community, Vermont Independent Media: • creates a forum for community participation • promotes local independent journalism • fosters civic engagement by building media skills through publication…

HatchSpace is a community-supported facility dedicated to preserving the artistry of woodworkers through advancement of traditional and contemporary woodworking skills and methods. Our mission is to promote the value and practice of craft by providing the instruction, tools, and space to support a community of makers. We aspire to create balance in a world filled…

Diverse indoor weekly farmers market.  Open Every Saturday November through March 10:00 -2:00.  Local farm produce, meats, syrup, fresh baked goods, local cheeses, fruits, cider, pickles, preserves, handmade jewelry, pottery, soaps and more.  Lunch cafe’ and live music.  For more info call 802-275-2835 or email farmersmarket@postoilsolutions.org.

Our Mission is to promote the well-being and dignity of older adults.  We provide access to many programs that make it possible for aging Vermonters to remain healthy, active and connected to their communities.  Our service areas are Windham and Windsor Counties. Our Senior Help Line is 800-642-5119

Food Connects is an entrepreneurial non-profit that delivers locally produced food as well as educational and consulting services aimed at transforming local food systems. Our vision is “Healthy Families. Thriving Farms. Connected Communities.” Our Food Hub aggregates and delivers from over 150 New England farms and food producers to over 150 buyers across New England.…

More than an Heirloom Apple Orchard—Farm Market, Workshops, Events & Historic Rentals! Established in 1791 when George Washington was serving his first term as President, Scott Farm, a 571-acre property owned by the non-profit Landmark Trust USA, is home to 23 historic structures, 40 acres of hillside orchards, and the Stone Trust, creators of the…

Established in 1975, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Vermont provides one-to-one mentoring in school and community-based settings for children age 6-18+ in Windham, Windsor and Chittenden Counties and throughout the Northeast Kingdom.  With over 200 children on our waiting list for a Big, now is the perfect time to volunteer.  Visit us at  https://www.bbbsvt.org/volunteerbbbsvt to…

VEPP Inc. is a not-for-profit business that administers two of Vermont’s Renewable Energy Programs under a service contract with the Vermont Public Service Board. VEPP Inc. is the Purchasing Agent for the Rule 4.100 Program and the Facilitator for the Standard Offer Program. VEPP Inc. was started in 1994 as a collaboration between Independent Power Producers…

Now in its 40th year, The Actors Theatre Playhouse is the longest running community based theater company in the area. Presenting Main Stage Productions and Readings, ATP’s strength is its academic and professionally trained volunteers, presenting over one hundred productions since its inception.

The Brattleboro Literary Festival is a four-day celebration of those who read books, those who write books, and of the books themselves. Located in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont, the Festival includes readings, panel discussions, and special events, featuring emerging and established authors.  All events are FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!

Yellow Barn presents year-round performances including an intense and rich summer season. Its ideal environment for creative exploration and expression results in a series of extraordinary performances with a unique programming offering infinite insights into chamber music.

Founded in 1972, the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) is an independent, non-collecting, contemporary art museum, whose mission is to illuminate art and ideas in ways that inform, engage, and connect people from all walks of life. BMAC’s frequently changing exhibits, education programs, and public events seek to reflect and enhance the cultural richness…

The Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont, provides an open venue for the visual and performing arts.  Organizations may also utilize all or part of the space for meetings, benefits, workshops, and conferences.  The gallery space is also available to all artists: actors, theater companies, musicians, photographers, dancers, painters and sculptors, video artists,…