Brattleboro Senior Meals is a private nonprofit agency designed to provide a nutritious daily meal to people over 60 living in the Brattleboro area. We work out of the Brattleboro Senior Center in the Gibson Aiken Building at 207 Main Street in Brattleboro. Contact us for more information.
Looking for community support!
Brattleboro Ski Hill is seeking donations and support from the community by sharing our GoFundMe link!
We are raising money to offset the costs of updating our snowmaking pump house. Updates are needed to update original equipment as we depend on snowmaking more and more each year. To learn more and donate please follow this link:
Brattleboro Ski Hill is operated by the 501 (c)(3) Living Memorial Park Snow Sports, Inc. We are a completely volunteer organization that has provided quality and affordable winter sports opportunities to the youth in our communities. We depend on community support to remain alive. This comes in all forms, most often by way of donations and volunteer support. We offer snowmaking, grooming, lessons, ski patrol and so many more fun activities throughout the winter months. $5 lift tickets and 5 and under ride for free!
Time banking is similar to barter, but you can draw on all our members around Windham County. You can advertise your offers and requests on our member website. It's a great way to share your talents and get to know people in the community. Join us at http://www.brattleborotimetrade.org
Our 17,600 sq. ft library building was built in 1967, and serves a large, vibrant community of library lovers. Our recent renovations have allowed for more meeting spaces as we continue to evolve to meet the many needs of the people whom we serve. Non-Brattleboro residents may purchase a library card , and members of the public may always use our many services in-house. Please stop by, and you may also check out our website for more information!
Northeast Construction, Inc. has been building and remodeling in Vermont since 1981. Our track record demonstrates an unsurpassed commitment to energy efficiency and quality building practices. As a result, Efficiency Vermont has granted Northeast Construction “Energy Partner” status and honored one of our projects as “One of two tightest houses ever tested in Vermont”.
We offer a complete range of building and weatherization services including various forms of insulation, roofing, siding, doors, windows, and a holistic array of solutions including solar panels and heating system alternatives.
As Building Energy we are recognized as a “Building Analyst Professional” and “Envelope Professional” by the Building Performance Institute. This is a national training and certification agency dedicated to the advancement of sound building practices and promotion of energy conservation technologies.
In short, we generate a lot of energy to save energy in buildings. We would welcome the opportunity to perform a home audit with blower door and infrared thermography to evaluate your homes heating efficiency and offer suggestions and solutions to any issues your home may have. We are, by the way, fully trained and certified by the Snell Infrared Group in the use and application of infrared technology in the analysis of building insulation and thermal envelope construction.
Most of our insulation and energy improvement projects qualify for state incentives offered through current Efficiency Vermont programs.
Our mission: We are committed to reducing the carbon footprint of buildings and converting to clean renewable energy.
Our goal is to provide comprehensive solutions to complex energy problems by providing a wide range of building products and services.
Adrian Segar has convened, designed, and facilitated hundreds of meetings over the last forty years. He specializes in participant-driven and participation-rich meetings that become, in real time, what the attendees want and need them to be. Adrian is the author of three books on meeting design and runs conferencesthatwork.com, the most popular website covering meeting design and facilitation. He has presented at just about every major meeting industry conference, and develops and leads "Participate!": interactive workshops for meeting planners and stakeholders to learn how to create truly participative and effective meetings that people love.
Adrian's mission is to improve our meetings at a core level — what happens at the event — by designing and facilitating process that creates connection around appropriate and needed content in the sessions not just in the hallways. His books and designs have influenced thousands of meetings and meeting designers worldwide.
You can find us at the Brattleboro Area Farmers’ Market and the West River Farmers’ Market during the summer, and at the Brattleboro Winter Farmers' Market from November through March.
Our farm stand is open year round. You can buy flowers, maple syrup, maple candy, raw honey, berries, vegetables, and our own non-GMO popcorn right at the farm! We also ship our products.
Healix Yoga is a locally operated business which offers live, online yoga and meditation classes, as well as, local in person classes and events. Emily offers a wide variety of accessible yoga, guided meditations, and in-person opportunities to deepen your wellness exploration.
Get healthy meals on your table in minutes...no cooking required.
Not only does a whole foods plant-based diet give us the energy we need to live and love life, it also reduces the risk for some serious chronic illnesses, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and hypertension.
Keeping our bodies healthy helps the planet stay healthy, too. It's estimated if more folks tried a mostly plant-based diet, food-related greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced by 55 percent.
Pretty wild, huh? All from adding a few more plants to our plates. So, we're making it easy to do like your MamaSezz…eat your fruits and veggies!
All our meals are gluten-free, and oil-free. No added sugars, no added preservatives. Just healthy plant-based whole foods! Whether you’re a plant-based expert, a curious newbie, or a cheeseburger connoisseur, everyone’s welcome at our table
Owners of the Poocham Hill Winery, Mame ODette and Steve Robbins built out their winery in the 1830’s vintage barn in 2004. Poocham Hill farm became known for its garlic, fennel, heirloom tomatoes, and leeks but in 2010 Mame decided to retire from the fresh vegetable business and help make the winery into a successful business starting in 2011.
ODette and Robbins say wine making blends in perfectly with the rural character of the Monadnock Region. They're reluctant to expand much further, satisfied to perfect the operation as is, though they have added some semi-sweet wines to their inventory.
“Vineyards are another way of protecting open space and keeping the agricultural feel of the country in our area,” ODette says. “That's what agriculture is all about — neighbors helping neighbors.”
Opened in 2011, the winery creates some of the only varietal wines produced in New Hampshire and some very creative, new, and unique blends — expressing the soils, climate, and terroir of the Connecticut River hillsides where their vineyard is located.
The Poocham Hill Winery is open seasonally — from June through November — Saturdays and Sundays (11 am - 5 pm). Or by appointment. Please call ahead for large groups.