- Artistree and Purple Crayon in Pomfret
- BarnArts in Barnard
- Billings Farm and Museum in Woodstock
- Change the World Kids in Woodstock
- Mertens House in Woodstock
- Old Dog Documentaries
- Ottauquechee Health Foundation in Woodstock
- Pentangle Arts in Woodstock
- St. James Episcopal Church in Woodstock
- Thompson Senior Center in Woodstock
- Woodstock Area Job Bank in Woodstock
- Woodstock Community Television
- Woodstock Historical Society
- Woodstock Ski Runners
- Zack's Place in Woodstock
Artistree provides the opportunity for a joyful, meaningful, and satisfying experience of the visual arts, theatre and music through year-round classes, workshops, performances and events. We encourage our local community members of all ages and abilities to participate in a wide variety of art processes.
Artistree Gallery is a space dedicated to the appreciation and enjoyment of a wide variety of fine art works.
The mission of Artistree Theatre Company is to pursue art’s greater purposes and the transformative power of theatre — as a builder of community, a source of enrichment, and a builder of cultural legacy.
The programs we offer are designed to nurture each person's inherent creative capacities and raise the possibility of art as a vital force in an individual's overall growth and expressive abilities. Artistree and Purple Crayon are 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations.
The vision of BarnArts is to foster and continuously support a community that views art as essential to social well-being, a community where a thriving arts culture and a thriving rural economy are mutually supportive, where the careers of artist, teacher, and farmer are equally valued, and where time is set aside for the pursuit of creativity and shared learning.
Located in our own town Woodstock, Billings Farm and Museum is a working farm and 1890 farmhouse demonstrate agricultural methods and farm life of the past and present. A variety of events are offered all year round.
The pass provides free admission for 2 adults and their children aged 17 or younger.
Change the World Kids
The Change the World Kids are dedicated to making the world a better place by working without charge to help individuals in our community and organizations and environments all over the world.
Mertens House of Woodstock, Vermont is a 14 bedroom, Intermediate Care, Nursing Facility licensed by the state of Vermont.
Comfortable, family centered, individualized care—that's what you'll find at Mertens House. Family and friends of residents are both welcome and supported. Celebrate birthdays, holidays, and special family events together in a safe, friendly, personal environment. Laugh, share stories and enjoy your time together at Mertens House.
Perhaps you have a specific routine for getting up in the morning, or you need a special diet. Do you enjoy being read to or do you prefer to listen to music or watch TV? The staff at Mertens House is responsive to each resident's needs and takes the time to deliver nurturing care to all. There are daily games, opportunities for physical exercise and other activities which challenge the mind and promote friendly interaction.
Old Dog Documentaries, Inc.
We are two “old dogs” saddened by the suffering we see all around us and moved to take action. Since 1985, we have produced and directed documentary films about the subtleties of individual human experience and the complexities of our collective challenges.
Our political leaders cannot solve the problems of our time. They themselves are too beholden to privileged, powerful constituencies motivated to preserve the status quo. Change must start with ordinary people who understand the interrelatedness of our global community. Ordinary people have the will, resourcefulness, and compassion to craft new solutions serving our common good.
We offer our films as catalysts for this kind of solution— as tools for education and activism in the name of social change. We invite you to watch them at home, show them to your friends, share them with your classes and your community. We are happy to answer questions, provide additional resource materials, and suggest ways of using our films that will support your own efforts to nurture and protect this world we share.
Ottauquechee Health Foundation
Our community shares many of the health concerns of Vermont and the nation -- access to quality health care for all, the challenges of an aging population, reliable health information, and investing now to prevent high health costs later. In addition, we have our own unique needs in this rural landscape, for transportation and local medical services. The Ottauquechee Health Foundation addresses unmet healthcare needs of our community.
Since 1974 Pentangle Arts Council has created arts and cultural experiences for the people of Woodstock and its surrounding towns of Barnard, Bridgewater, Reading, Pomfret, Quechee, Killington, Hartford, Hartland, Sharon, Bethel, Plymouth, and beyond.
Pentangle exists to foster community and creativity within that community through the presentation of live performances of music, theater and dance; screenings of films; the visual arts; and other special arts programs. These programs encourage accessible multi-generational arts experiences and the participation of both current and future audiences, and they promote arts in our schools, opportunities for local artists, and community partnerships to strengthen the region’s creative sector. Pentangle is also steward of the community’s primary gathering space and performance venue, Woodstock Town Hall Theatre.
Pentangle’s cultivation of mutually beneficial partnerships with local businesses and nonprofits supports community while the organization’s many activities generate over $2 million annually in collateral revenues.
St. James Episcopal Church
Welcome to St. James Episcopal Church. Established on the green in Woodstock, Vermont in 1827, St. James is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont, a part of the world-wide Anglican Communion.
We are a community of people who come together to worship God in the Episcopal tradition. Through Jesus Christ, and in unity with the Holy Spirit, we seek renewal and growth as we worship God, serve each other and serve our wider community.
Thompson Senior Center
The Thompson Center will act as resource and advocate for our senior population providing timely support on issues that affect aging in our rural community. Our programs and activities will promote the physical, intellectual, and social well being of the adult community to enhance dignity, self-worth, and independence. In addition, our senior center will provide a gathering place for our community.
Woodstock Area Job Bank
The mission of the Woodstock Area Job Bank is to serve the town of Woodstock and its surrounding communities by providing a means of connecting individuals who are seeking employment with individuals and businesses that are in need of workers.
In May of 1974, during a period of recession, the Woodstock Area Job Bank was born to help people find work. It was organized as a nonprofit organization for the purpose of filling the community’s employment needs by serving as a clearing house on occupational information. The Job Bank continues its mission as begun in 1974. Our Director, Elizabeth Craib, seeks to find work for those in need of employment and those in need of workers. Jobs of all types are welcome: part-time, full-time, short-term and seasonal. There is no job to large…or too small. Our service is FREE. We are funded by the towns of Woodstock, Barnard, Pomfret, Bridgewater, Reading, Hartland and from generous donations from the community. We welcome inquiries from the entire surrounding area.
Woodstock Community Television - Providing Community Access Television to Bridgewater, Hartland, and Woodstock, Vermont on Comcast Channel 8, and video-on-demand at wctv8.com.
PO Box 243, Woodstock, VT 05091 / 802-457-5800
Visit our station at 62 Pleasant Street, Woodstock, Vermont, on Route 4 near Maplefield's.
Woodstock Historical Society
Dana House, The Woodstock Historical Society, interprets the history of Woodstock, Vermont and the surrounding area. It houses a large collection of antique furniture, fine art, clothing, textiles, silver, ceramics, photographs, and early American toys.
The Dana House, the History Center’s Museum, was built in 1807 for village merchant Charles Dana. In 1943 it was sold by the Dana family and turned into a museum.
Today, seventy years later, the Woodstock History Center strives to preserve historical artifacts and promote history education through a wide variety of programs, including history camps for children, a monthly lecture series, museum exhibits, historic re-enactments, and local history publications. In addition to the Dana House Museum, the Woodstock History Center has a research library, a photograph/document archive, a perennial garden, and a beautiful back lawn. This back lawn, with its picture perfect view of Woodstock village’s only covered bridge, may be rented for outdoor weddings, receptions and other special events.
Woodstock Ski Runners
Woodstock Ski Runners: It is a proud tradition and an ongoing mission to instill a life-long passion for on-snow sports for the children of our community. By providing a FUN, supportive, family-oriented environment we ensure access to both introductory and competitive programs in Alpine, Nordic and Free Ride disciplines.
Zack's Place provides a setting Monday through Friday for pre and post graduates with special needs to explore culture, education, business and fitness while developing bonds of friendship. Our approach engages participants with the material, their instructors, and one another. Through these programs ZP Participants contribute and benefit from the community.
Enrichment programs include yoga, art, reading, music, singing, dancing and a wide range of sports activities including winter based Special Olympics, adaptive swimming, horseback riding, and kayaking.
All are welcome at ZP—regardless of age or ability—and programs are provided at no cost to participants.