Family Fun

Activities for the whole family to enjoy together!

  • Catamount Arts

    115 Eastern Ave. St. Johnsbury Vermont 05819

    For more than 40 years, Catamount Arts has worked to make the arts a fundamental part of community life.The only full-service arts center in northeastern Vermont, Catamount Arts has grown to be the cultural, entertainment, and arts home for 40,000 visitors each year. Catamount Arts now offers foreign, independent, and classic films; exhibitions by local and regional artists; live music, dance, and theater performances; summer camps and arts education programming for children; a regional box office for more than 40 organizations; and a gathering space for community events. We’re also the proud producers of the KCP Presents Performing Arts Series, bringing world-class professional performances to Vermont’s rural Northeast Kingdom; First Night North, one of only two family-friendly, alcohol-free New Year’s Eve performing arts festivals in Vermont; Circus Smirkus in St. Johnsbury; the EPIC Music Program and the Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series. For more than 40 years, Catamount Arts has worked to make the arts a fundamental part of community life.

    802-748-2600   Toll Free: 1-888-757-5559
  • Circus Smirkus

    1 Circus Road, Greensboro, VT 05841

    Circus Smirkus is a nonprofit arts and education organization based in Greensboro, Vermont. Our mission is to promote the skills, culture and traditions of the traveling circus, and to inspire youth to engage in life-changing adventures in the circus arts. Since 1987, Circus Smirkus has been bringing the transforming power of the circus arts to people of all ages through three principal programs: Circus Smirkus Big Top Tour, Circus Smirkus Camp, and Circus Smirkus School Residencies

  • Cobleigh Public Library

    14 Depot St, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    The Cobleigh Public Library is an inviting community center, which provides programs, services, books and materials, public space, and information to all residents in the Lyndon area. The library connects people of all ages with opportunities to explore personal growth and develop a life long love of reading.

  • Dog Mountain

    143 Parks Rd, St Johnsbury, VT 05819

    Dog Mountain is set on 150 acres on a private mountaintop spot in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. The grounds are always open to people and their dogs. Stephen Huneck and his wife, Gwen, bought the property in 1995. They turned the barn into studio space. After Stephen’s unique visionary experience, the Dog Chapel soon followed. The Dog Chapel opened its doors Memorial Day weekend of 2000. The unspoiled haven is covered with hiking trails and dog ponds. Wildflowers abound in the summer and snow-shoeing is a favorite activity in the winter. Year after year, the Dog Chapel and the Stephen Huneck Gallery get more and more visitors from all over the world.

      Toll Free: 1-800-449-2580
  • East Burke Community Library

    386 VT-114, PO Box 309, East Burke, VT 05832

    The library is under the care of librarian Charlotte Downes, who oversees activities and special events, as well as the selection of new books. The East Burke Community Library currently has the best collection of current fiction authors at a small library in northeastern Vermont. Library activities include reading groups, craft groups, discussion groups and a children’s reading hour. Current library hours are: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 9 am to 2 pm; Saturday: 9 am to noon

  • Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium

    1302 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont

    The Mission of the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium is to inspire appreciation for our place in the natural world and to motivate our stewardship of a healthy planet. Inside the classic Victorian building, you’ll find a dazzling array of animals and artifacts, dolls and tools, shells and fossils, and much more! Take a trip through the cosmos in Vermont’s only public planetarium. A full calendar of events, workshops, lectures and field programs invites everyone to explore the nature of our world.

  • Kingdom Trails Association

    478 VT Route 114, East Burke, Vermont 05832

    Kingdom Trails is a charitable non-profit conservation organization, driven by a volunteer Board of Directors, working in partnership with private landowners, local businesses, government agencies and other non-profit organizations to create and manage out-door recreation opportunities and preserve and protect trails. During all seasons of the year we offer an extensive trail network for non-motorized, multi-use recreation activity. Currently, all mapped trails in our local area are on private land. Kingdom Trail Association was formed to create legal access to these trails and manage the system.

  • Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series

    143 Parks Road St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

    For the second time, the Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series will activate the Stephen Huneck Gallery at Dog Mountain—a bucolic, dog-friendly, 150-acre space spot in the center of a former industrial area that is now a center for joy and healing—to drive economic activity, bring the community together, and elevate community pride. The concert series occurs from July 1 – September 16, 2018. In the event of rain or thunderstorms, concerts will be moved indoors to the Fenton Chester Arena located at 145 College Rd, Lyndon Center, VT 05850. Contact is Molly Stone, 802-748-2600, ext. 106,

    802-748-2600, ext. 106
  • Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce

    PO Box 886, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    The Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce serves communities within the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont and its border towns. It can provide you with information on vacationing, business and residential relocation, activities and of course, those world famous covered bridges. Resources are available on their website and at their year-round information center in the Lyndon Freighthouse on Route 5 in Lyndonville.

  • Lyndon Outing Club

    1580 Lily Pond Road, Lyndonville, VT 05851

    The Lyndon Outing Club (LOC) is committed to providing quality, family friendly outdoor recreation experiences. The LOC, one of the only remaining ski areas with a functioning rope tow, has trails for both novice and expert skiers and riders. The LOC offers the only night skiing in the area, featuring Friday night rail jams, entertainment on selected Saturday’s, and an end of season torchlight parade.