May 22nd, 2015
TEN OPEN STUDIO WEEKEND VENUES IN BRANDON:
Memorial Day Weekend
Brandon, VT has been known as a community for visual arts since the start of the Brandon Artists Guild, which brought into town fine artists and skilled craftspeople as well as new cultural venues. Every year, as Memorial Day approaches, the Guild serves as an official hub for what is now a tradition: The Vermont Craft Council (VCC)'s statewide Open Studio Weekend, this year May 23/24 (Saturday/Sunday). Fifty-five artists are represented at the Guild itself; the current featured show is acrylic paintings by Jackee Foley, who will be present much of the weekend.
The official statewide maps as well as local maps are available for weeks ahead at the Guild on Center Street, and during the Memorial Day weekend ten venues (artist studios) will be open for visitors all day.
Exciting news is that Robin Kent is opening her studio; she says it's been a few years since hosting Open Studio, and this time she'll be working on wood assemblages in preparation for the Brandon Artists Guild's four-person show in June: The Art of the Flag. Stained-glass artist Laura Rideout has participated for many years, and her studio has always been immensely popular; Rideout delights in explaining her methods and inspirational sources.
Also walkable from Brandon downtown, are five other venues: The Judith Reilly Gallery opens for the season on the 23rd, unveiling a series of new works. She will be debuting a collection of hooked rugs ("Woodstock Collection") designed for Chandler 4 Corners. Patty Sgrecci's, Granary Building studio is a special treasure-house of fascinating materials used to make her decorative mobiles and wall art. While in the Granary, collectors can explore the old-world millinery studios of Nora Swan and Sam Stone, and watch felt being processed for use in trendy hats.
Near the Granary, Susan Smith-Hunter says she'll have new expressive planters, and "cats both ceramic and furry." Her stoneware pieces are hand-built, one-of-a-kind and often can serve as garden sculptures. Open Studios for mixed-media artist Joan Curtis will preview her show at Castleton Downtown Gallery in Rutland, coming up in June/July: sculptures, paintings, and drawings.
At a country site, Fran Bull invites visitors to see work in progress, notably a new group of sculptures just begun. Her paintings and etchings are also on display. All are welcome to stroll the beautiful walking paths around this this gallery/studio site. On Lovers Lane, also a bit north of town, at Jill Listzwan's studio, her unusual whimsical folk-art jewelry is on view: mixed-media design originals, on a polyresin-based material.
Judith Reilly, a VCC board member, tells of three Addison County studio venues in Orwell: Stacey Stanhope Dundon, functional pottery and paintings; Andy Snyder of Mud Puppy Pottery demonstrating items that are functional, artistic, and fun; and functional blown glass by John Chiles, who says "Blow-your-own glass ornament!"
The visiting times for Open Studio Weekend, are 10 AM to 5 PM, Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and 24.
Upcoming Events at the Brandon Congregational Church
Come join us!!
The Brandon Congregational Church, 1 Carver Street, Brandon, VT is holding a plant sale on Saturday, Mary 23 on the lawn in front of Fellowship Hall from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. We will have an assortment of Brandon grown plants available -- small trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, herbs and vegetable starts. Many of these plants are tried and true 'heirloom' varieties than are hardy and reliable. The Sunday School will also be selling refreshments. Make this a stop on your 'Open Studio' tours on Saturday morning.
Memorial Day Luncheon
The Brandon Congregational Church, 1 Carver Street, Brandon, VT is hosting a luncheon honoring our service men and women in Fellowship Hall on Monday, May 25 after the Brandon Parade. We will be serving ham, biscuits, salads, ice cream and lemonade. A free will offering will be taken.
Chamber Mixer at Omya plant in Florence!
Wednesday, June 10th 5:30-7:30pm- refreshments and tours!! Omya Inc's operating facility is a member of the Brandon Chamber and located in Florence, VT. Our facility processes approximately 1 million tons of calcium carbonate a year from marble quarried in Middlebury and Florence. Come join others on Wednesday, June 10th to visit with each other at the Florence facility and tour the operating plant. See how our highly skilled employees use state -of-the-art processes to produce high quality calcium carbonate products which are used in thousands of consumer applications including diapers, paper, and paint, plastics, duct tape, vinyl siding, carpet, PVC pipe and more!
The Verpol plant is the largest of the Omya operations in the United States and is the third largest Omya plant in the world. Here, Omya quarries marble which then is ground, milled, and purified to produce a finely ground calcium carbonate.
The tours take approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour, so plan accordingly during the 2 hour mixer. Omya is equipped to give several 10-15 person tours at one time. If you are interested in attending the mixer, please RSVP to Bernie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jill at email@example.com or please just come if you decide last minute.
Omya wants you to know what goes on behind their doors nestled away in Florence.
If you cannot make it to the mixer, but would still like a tour, please contact Jill and make an arrangement for another day. Groups are best, but we can accommodate just a few.
Brandon is getting spruced up for the summer!
Many thanks to the Town of Brandon, Devon Fuller and the OV Football Team
Central Park and Crescent Park received a nice facelift over the past week or so. The Town of Brandon coordinated some much needed repairs, painting and grounds work around the band stand and the picnic table along with cleaning the fountains in preparation for a busy summer and fall season. Boards were repaired or replaced, paint was applied, the ground around and under the band stand and picnic table was dug out, edged with brick and filled with white stone. The fountains were cleaned, painted and prepped for water and turned on. All is ready for locals and visitors to enjoy our lovely village.
It's rewarding to see all who take pride in our town! Thank you, thank you!!
Village Spa event-
Spa Night Out-- MAY!!
Thursday, May 28 at 6:00pm
A Spa Night Out! Join us for some fun and relaxation. We will be having mini spa services, a guided meditation, homemade soap making, eating and socializing. $30 all inclusive...add a mini reiki treatment for $10...reservations required.
Something for mid-life women, especially.
If you feel like you've lost some of your luster or are sometimes taken aback when you look at the mirror in the morning, then you are cordially invited to sign up for a new, free online immersion experience from AnnMarie Roth & Nourish Your Purpose. You'll be introduced to the foundational principles of a new program designed to help you cultivate radiance from the inside out. Learn more about it and sign up at www.annmarieroth.com.
Sarah Blacker live at Brandon Music
Saturday, May 23 at 7:30pm
Boston's "Sundress Rocker," comes back to Brandon Music for a release party for her new album 'In Waves' on May 23 at 7:30pm before embarking on a national tour. The album is Sarah Blacker's strongest songwriting and playing to date. The songs artfully span rock, pop, indie folk, and Americana fused together with her signature vocal sound and stacked vocal harmonies.
The Huffington Post said "her infectious, well-written songs led to her being named Female Performer of the Year at the New England Music Awards, and has drawn her comparisons to Sara Bareilles. But, comparisons be damned: she's her own artist."
The lyric "feel it all, In Waves", taken from the title track, immediately informs the listener of the emotional content of her songs. Sarah's vision and spirit of the album was that of uninhibited authenticity, honesty and fearlessness and is filled with skillful rhythm guitar, piano and ukulele, and sung with a uniquely soulful voice.
Blacker's catch-phrase, "songs save lives," speaks to their role in her own life. Her rebellious teenage years and musical influence from her parents led her to attend Boston's acclaimed Berklee College of Music where she graduated as a Board-Certified Music Therapist. She is grateful that her wayward journey through life has led her to making her edgiest record thus far.
Sarah was nominated for 'Songwriter of the Year' in the Boston Music Awards in 2013. In 2014 she was nominated for song, and songwriter of the year at the New England Music Awards. She has toured extensively and shared stages with dozens of internationally renowned artists including Mishka, Carbon Leaf, America, Richard Thompson, 10,000 Maniacs, Paula Cole, Rusted Root, Leon Russell, and many others.
Concert tickets are $15. A pre-concert dinner is available for $20. Reservations are recommended for the show and required for dinner. Venue is BYOB. Call (802) 247-4295 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations or for information. Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Rd. Brandon, VT 05733 www.brandon-music.net | http://www.sarahblacker.com
ART OF THE FLAG
Warren Kimble, Karen Deets, Robin Kent & Mike Mayone- Opening reception on June 5th!
This show is a celebration of American life and symbols as interpreted by 4 diverse artists, with the American flag as a common theme. The concept, created by Warren Kimble, is yet another way to enjoy his current style of assemblage complemented by the work of a few select artists, working inside and outside the box, exploring inventive new techniques.
The changing style of an artist is an exciting process. There is nothing stale or predictable about the work of Warren Kimble. After a successful career as a popular licensed folk artist, he continues to reinvent himself with great enthusiasm. Currently he reimagines objects, creating 3D, often humorous pieces of art. Kimble is also known as a strong creative community leader in both Brandon and the state of Vermont, having been instrumental in the transformation of Brandon into "the art and soul of Vermont", a founder of the Brandon Artists Guild, and a featured artist in shows at the Shelburne Museum, New York and Boston.
Karen Deets of West Castleton, uses kiln techniques in both medieval and contemporary glass styles. She is known for her nature scenes with woodlands, mountains and hidden details. In this show Deets will be featuring patriotic barns and fireworks.
Robin Kent of Brandon, has had a long career in whimsy. Her assembled cut and painted art lightens up a room and gallery visitors often respond with smiles and laughter to her sculptural figures. Rectangular paintings present drama and feeling in her recognizable style.
Mike Mayone of East Middlebury, is known as a brilliant realist painter. His style of photorealism and landscapes is beautiful and technically precise. You can almost walk into a scene and sit and rest on a porch or Adirondack chair. In this show Mayone will present some 3D work.
As we anticipate another 4th of July celebration in Brandon, VT, with its parade and parties, be sure to include seeing this fun yet sophisticated show of art, showing June 4 - 30.
Brandon Artists Guild
7 Center St.
Sally Hughes: Watercolor for the Senses
The exhibit is to open on June 5th with an opening reception from 5-7pm and will run through August 9th.
Sally Hughes has always dabbled in artistic pursuits, but not until chronic neurological Lyme Disease drastically altered her enjoyment of the outdoors did she seriously pursue watercolor painting. Sally went from being a rigorous participant in the outdoors to more of an observer of the beauty and awe of the world we live in. The Compass Music and Arts Center's exhibit of Sally's watercolor paintings, "Watercolor for the Senses", is a collection of paintings which show her ability to capture the essence of this beauty in her own interpretive style. The exhibit is to open on June 5th with an opening reception from 5-7pm and will run through August 9th.
"I am inspired outdoors. I pay attention to scenes or places that emotionally affect me, and try to translate that onto paper", she says. Painting allows Sally to continue her love of the outdoors but she has also found great reward from the social and inspirational aspects of painting with others. "I had a revelation one summer day, painting along a brook just north of Stowe during the final day of a plein air workshop. There were probably 7 or so of us outdoors, painting, conversing off and on, giggling, for a 6 hour period. When I headed home that day, I was on such a high. I thought WOW!!! That was just as much fun, if not more fun, than spending those 6 hours hiking the surrounding mountains."
Inspiration also comes to Sally from her past professions. Most notably, her geology career ultimately sent her to 17 states and Canada where the variety of the landscapes in the country continually amazed her. "Whatever painting technique I am currently using or experimenting with just reminds me that there are an infinite number of alternate techniques with which we can depict the variety of forms and colors we see outdoors."
Sally has exhibited in several locales throughout Northern VT including The Bryan Gallery, The Gruppe Gallery, SEABA, the Davis Center, Rustic Roots, The Gallery at Main Street Landing on College and Main Streets, and the Department of Justice. She has studied or taken workshops with Linda Kemp, Alvero Castignet, Kathleen Bergeron, Lisa Beach, Lynn Cummings, Karen Vernon and Tom Lynch, and recently completed an artist-in-residency program at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson.
This event celebrates Vermont Arts 2015, in celebration of public funding for the arts.
The Compass Music and Arts Center is located in Park Village at 333 Jones Dr. Brandon VT, 05733 (Park Village used to be the Brandon Training School, located 1.5 miles north of downtown Brandon off Arnold District Rd.) . www.cmacvt.org
Chamber music with Arioso at Brandon Music
On May 30, at 7:30pm at Brandon Music
Central Vermont's acclaimed chamber music ensemble performs at Brandon Music with varied music for piano, voice, and viola. At this spring concert, Arioso will perform music of Henry Purcell, J.S. Bach, Charles Ives, and Rebecca Clarke, plus two works by Vermont composers, the 'Romance for viola and piano' by Jacob Morton-Black, and the 'Cheese Songs', a delightful and moving song cycle by Worcester composer, Michael Close. Highlighting new works by contemporary Vermont composers is the mission of Arioso.
The members of Arioso, all Vermont professional musicians, are: Elizabeth Reid, viola; Alison Cerutti, piano; and Linda Radtke, voice. The group was formed in 2008 and debuted in May 2009.
Jim Lowe, of the Barre-Montpelier Times-Argus says the group is "deeply beautiful...simply a pleasure."
Alison Bruce Cerutti has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Vermont, and as a flute accompanist in the U.S. and France. Alison has played with the Northern Third Piano Quartet, Veritas, and the Bruce Klavier Duo, Burlington Civic Symphony, Vermont Philharmonic, as well as numerous collaborations with Vermont musicians. She has premiered works by Vermont composers Lydia Busler, Erik Nielsen, David Gunn, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, and Jacob Morton-Black.
Alto Linda Radtke, while classically trained, is comfortable with a wide range of musical styles and language. Her vocal style has been described as "engaging, with a warm and expressive style and impeccable musicianship." A graduate of Rutgers University and the University of Vermont, Linda sings with the professional vocal ensemble Counterpoint, and has sung solos of many great choral works with the Vermont Philharmonic, the Vermont Symphony, and in Vermont productions of opera and musical theatre, including Sound of Music (Maria and Abbess), The King and I (Lady Thiang), Camelot (Guinevere) and most of the alto leads in Gilbert and Sullivan operettas.
Violist Elizabeth Reid is in high demand as a musician in Vermont. Her playing has been described as having a "deep and expressive sound" and a "natural musicality" according to the Times Argus. Elizabeth has performed as principal violist of the Middlebury Opera Orchestra, as well as playing regularly with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, Burlington Chamber Orchestra, and the Northern Third Piano Quartet. She has a strong interest in contemporary music and has been involved in various premieres of solo and chamber works in Canada and the U.S.
Concert tickets are $15. A pre-concert dinner is available for $20. Reservations are recommended for the show and required for dinner. Venue is BYOB. Call (802) 247-4295 or e-mail email@example.com for reservations or for information. Brandon Music is located at 62 Country Club Rd. Brandon, VT 05733 www.brandon-music.net | http://www.ariosochambermusic.org/
Otter Valley Theatre Honor
Trip to Scotland Arts Festival
Otter Valley's Walking Stick Theatre Group has been invited to attend the world renowned Fringe Arts Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland in August of 2015. They are one of 40 schools nationally to be selected to perform there. This selection is a tremendous honor for our school and the theatre department, however now they have to get there.
Donations to support this wonderful educational opportunity can be made online at http://www.gofundme.com/OtterValleytoFringeFest. Any contribution will be appreciated. The total cost of the trip is over $60,000.
Multiple fundraisers will also be taking place throughout the school year.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
We will be facilitating one more bottle drive on May 30th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bottles can be dropped off at the Otter Valley parking lot during this time or arrangements can be made in advance to have them picked up by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 802-558-6537.
Thank you in advance for your support and please watch for our preview performance in July.
ANOTHER EXCITING SEASON AT OUR TOWN HALL!!
Come see what you've been missing!
The Brandon Town Hall is open and ready for a long summer and fall of exciting events!
Back after a year's absence, the Brandon Town Players will present staged readings of three old time radio plays from the 1930's on May 23 in the Brandon Town Hall. You can enjoy the show, cake, coffee/tea in a cabaret atmosphere for $8 a person. This event is sponsored by Creative Fiber Designs - Maria Ammatuna.
We end the busy month of May on Saturday, May 30 at 7:30 with a reunion and first appearance in 8 years of the infamous "Distant Thunder Band". Playing classic rock, Blues and Country this band is made up of many local musicians and includes 5 of the original members plus a new 6th member. We will make sure there is plenty of room for dancing or just sitting back for some down home, toe tapping. Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for Seniors/Students/Active Military and can be purchased at Carr's Florist & Gifts or at the door. Sponsored by an Anonymous donor.
June 7th...No Strings Marionettes..."Handsome & Gretel"...Sunday, 4:00 pm. A cast of 15 hand crafted marionettes lead you through this journey of never ending action. Adults...$7, Seniors/Students/Active Military...$5
June 13th...Woodchucks Revenge...Saturday, 7:30 pm. New England fiddle tunes, Modern Cowboy, Irish Ballads, 60's folk, Blues & Bluegrass. Adults...$8, Seniors/Students/Active Military...$6
June 14th...Tom Joyce and his New Magical Comedy Show for 2015...Sunday, 1:00 pm. Adults...$4, niors/Students/Active Military...$3. Benefit for the Town Hall.
As you can see the Town Hall is a definite destination point for your entertainment and cultural needs. In addition to the incredible performances, the Friends of the Town Hall will have beverages and snacks available for sale, popcorn at the movies and our annual raffle to help us raise funds for major and minor repairs of our 150 year old building. Spring has finally sprung and the Town Hall is waiting for you to enjoy the warmer weather (we hope!)
Dennis W. Marden President of the Friends of The Brandon Town Hall.
http://www.brandontownhall.org 802-247-5420 click here for a full season of events listing
Compass Treasure Chest
Open Tuesday - Sunday
We're delighted to announce the Compass Treasure Chest! Run by a group of local residents, the store is a unique co-op consignment shop. They sell and consign collectables, antiques, dishes, tools, furniture, jewelry, stamps, puzzles, books, toys, art items and much more! They will always be looking for more items and of course, always receiving new items, so stop in frequently to see what is new.
Open Tuesday-Thursday 12-5pm and Friday-Sunday 10am-5pm. For more information or to inquire about consigning with them, contact Annie at 802-558-2663 or email email@example.com
and follow them on Facebook.
New England Maple Museum is open for the season!!
Sweet times ahead!
Our current days and hours of operation are as follows: open Thursdays thru Tuesdays from 10:00am until 4:00pm daily. Our museum admission is still $5.00 for adults/ kids 6 to 12yrs old $1.00 and under 6yrs old are "free". We encourage all visitors to call or email us with any questions.
Thank you and we look forward to another great year working with the chamber.
Neshobe Golf Club OPEN for the season!
Rated the #1 value in Vermont by the New England Golf Guide
Neshobe Golf Club has also been included in the Top 100 of the Best Public Golf Values in New England. Neshobe provides an enjoyable experience for both expert golfers and those with higher handicaps. Our par-72 Championship course affords beautiful mountain views in all directions. Come and see why players rave about the conditions and our 18 distinctive holes providing a variety of challenges to all facets of the game.
Neshobe Golf Club also features a full-service restaurant and bar. Guests may enjoy chef-prepared food and beverages on our covered porch overlooking six of our holes. The large dining room can accommodate parties, meetings, weddings and golf outings for large groups.
The full service pro shop features the latest in apparel and equipment. Our PGA Professional and 2011 Vermont PGA Player of the Year, Rodney Bicknell, offers lessons either on-course or on our full-size range-all open to the public. Our staff truly goes "the extra mile" to make your Neshobe experience a memorable one Call for a tee time now.
DAYBREAK RATE offer for all golfers: Book a tee time Monday through Wednesday between 7 am and 10 am and pay just $30 per player. Foursomes play for $100 total. Riding carts included!
The Long Iron Restaurant & Pub has a $20, All-You-Can-Eat PRIME RIB BUFFET every Friday from 5 to 8. Tuesday is BBQ Night with ribs, chicken and all the sides for the perfect BBQ dinner. Wednesday is WICKED WINGS WEDNESDAY. All Day Wednesday. $8 a dozen with your choice of hot and not sauces.
Live entertainment every Friday night from 7 pm until....
Chamber Members get a round of 18 with a riding cart for $40!! A 25% savings. Good for weekday play.
WANTED: PARTICIPANTS FOR THE 40TH ANNUAL BRANDON 4TH OF JULY PARADE!!
FLOATS, FLOATS, FLOATS!! Saturday, July 4th!!
Believe it or not, summer is right around the corner, and nothing says summer like the BRANDON 4Th OF JULY PARADE. But this year, the stars have aligned to have our 40th annual parade fall right on the 4th of July! So of course we want it to be the biggest and best parade ever! The theme is HEROES-how easy is that? We want lots of floats, so, talk to your group, your neighbors, your club, your organization, your business, and be part of the 40TH ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY PARADE.
So get those creative juices flowing!! For more information, contact
Bill Moore firstname.lastname@example.org Susan Stone, email@example.com
Big news for Foley Brothers Brewery
A well deserved and exciting piece of news for our local boys brewery!!
Proud Dad Bob Foley said, "We were placed in the top 10 breweries to visit in VT in USAToday.com!! Pretty good for a newbie. The Breweries success is certainly attributable to location, water quality and the fact that Brandon stepped up and gave the guys a revolving loan."
Good job guys- a toast to you!!
Warren Kimble All-American Artist: An Eclectic Retrospective
May 19 to October 18 The exhibit highlights the career of internationally-known Brandon, Vermont artist Warren Kimble. There will be an exhibit reception on June 12 from 5:00-7:00 pm. More information visit www.henrysheldonmuseum.org or (802) 388-2117.
Sheldon Museum, Middlebury
Office for Rent
25 Union Street
$350 - $375/month includes utilities
Two offices available. Located at 25 Union Street, corner of Union St. and Railroad Ave, with the following amenities: Furnished Office spaces, Conference Room, Security System, Client Waiting Area, Kitchen, Bathroom with Shower, Off-street Parking.
Affordable and Professional! Contact: Stephanie at 247-3214
Space available in the GRANARY 29 Union St.
Large, bright and sunny corner studio is available - second floor.
The 19th Century building that has been restored and remodeled to accommodate those devoted to the arts and to small business. Fully renovated, with new electrical and heating systems, insulation and new windows. Current studios are occupied by a publisher, illustrator, milliner, painters, sculptor, photographer, jeweler, graphic designer, and Brandon Artist Guild.
This the only available studio space available in the building.
$385/month all utilities included (except AC)
If interested please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or 802-247-3214
Thanks! Stephanie Please forward this note to interested artists and small businesses~
2nd Floor Office above Gourmet Provence
39A Center Street, Brandon, VT
O F F I C E FOR RENT
Includes room, free WI-FI, closet, waiting room, kitchenette, bathroom and great location. Interested? Contact:Jim at 247-9595 or Nancy at 558-1444
The Stephen A. Douglas Birthplace & Brandon Museum.
The Brandon Museum opened on May 18 and is running 7 days a week until mid October. The museum makes history and information available to locals and visitors alike.
If you have an interest in the town and its roots keep us in mind and why not donate a couple of hours per week. We have daily shifts of 2.5 hours from 11:00am-4:00pm. If you don't like being alone and want company feel free to pair up and volunteer with a friend! Contact Museum Steward Dan Celik at 247-3888 to join the Brandon history team at the Brandon Museum for a fun summer season.
Our museum keeps Brandon's history alive by sharing and promoting our town and surrounding areas with the many visitors. In 2014 alone we had over 700 visitors come through our door asking for directions, looking for a place to stay and eat and enjoying the museum! Our museum and community room is a special place and is a great local resource.
Great Brandon Auction-July 21st
Please think of us as you clean out, perk up and sort out. We'll pick up good quality items and store them till the BIG day- Tuesday, July 21st!! You'll feel great and we'll continue to promote our great little village and help all our friends and neighbors!!
Please Practice Polite Parking :)
Be aware of your fellow businesses and their needs.
We all have to be aware of parking by our employees in the downtown. Try to park off the main streets when possible, and if you park out front before other businesses open, try to move your vehicle after regular hours kick in.
There's lots of off-street parking so take advantage of it when you can.
Remember we're here for hours working, but our customers are only popping in for a short time, so let's make it easy and convenient for them to shop and support all of our businesses.
Thanks for making it easier for all of our customers.
CHAMBER MEMBERS: ARE YOU USING YOUR BIZ CARD YET? THERE ARE GREAT DISCOUNTS OUT THERE!
NEW OPPORTUNITIES BEING ADDED ALL THE TIME
NEED A BIZ CARD? FOR YOU AND YOUR EMPLOYEES.
STOP IN THE FLOWER SHOP AND PICK SOME UP OR
CONTACT THE CHAMBER AND TELL US HOW MANY YOU NEED!
Vermont Association of Chamber Executives
Insurance program offerings for Chamber members.
Although the VACE health insurance program, that many of took advantage of for years, is no longer available, other products still offered through VACE include, Dental, Vision & Life/Accident packages. More information on all of these products can be found at www.vaceinsurance.com
Or contact Holden Financial Services (802) 775-2503
2015 New Members- go to Brandon.org for more info on our newest members
NEW BUSINESS MEMBERS 2015
Compass Treasure Chest consignment store- Compass Music Center
at Park Village 558-2663
Rutland County Solid Waste District
Brandon Thrift Shop-"Nifty Thrifty"- 4 Union St.
Sawmill Heights Campgrounds- Harriet & Tracy Wyman 247-5748
Laurie Bertrand-CPA, Tax accounting- 25 Union St.- 465-8362
Edward Jones- Brady Prentice, financial advisor 989-5464
Briggs Carriage Co. Hair Lounge- Lisa Phelps 465-8396
Own a business?? Join us and connect with other dynamic businesses in the Brandon area.
Just click here for an application and rates.
We also have many Individual Members -- what a great way to support a local non-profit and all the great things we do in our town. (Individual memberships are only $50/year)
NEW INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS 2015
Jeff Guevin- Chair of the Brandon Planning Commission
Jeanne Collins- RNESU Superintendent
Next Chamber Meeting-
Monday, June 16th 2015 at 6:30
The Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors will meet at 6:30pm in the Cliver Room at the Stephen A Douglas Birthplace. Chamber membership and the general public are invited to attend.