Summer Music

Levitt AMP St. Johnsbury Music Series – Sundays through the summer! Catamount Arts and Dog Mountain have partnered with the Levitt Foundation to bring live music to this unforgettable site all summer long! Concerts are every Sunday from now through September 10. Bring a blanket and be ready for a glorious Northeast Kingdom evening. Local eats are available, and a wine and beer bar is … Continue reading Summer Music

Summer Concert Series

Dog Mountain Concert Series To Kick-Off In July by Todd Wellington (published in the Caledonian-Record, Apr 29, 2017; Updated Apr 30, 2017) There’s a new concert series coming to town this year and it promises to be no ordinary event. Catamount Arts, in partnership with the non-profit Levitt Foundation of Los Angeles, California, is producing 12 weeks of concerts at Dog Mountain on Spaulding Road … Continue reading Summer Concert Series

Road Pitch 2017

Road Pitch Finalists Announced! On August 4th four local entrepreneurs will “pitch” their creative ideas for an innovative product or unique business concept to an audience of business experts who will be riding into St. Johnsbury for Road Pitch 2017.  The public is invited to observe the competition at Catamount Arts Center at 10:00 am.  The four finalists seeking potential investors for their creative work … Continue reading Road Pitch 2017

Business MicroGrants

Grants for Small Businesses! Do you own or manage a small, emerging, or seasonal business that is based in St. Johnsbury? Do you need some support to help your business become established or grow? The St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce now offers Business MicroGrants of $1,000 to help your business thrive. Business MicroGrants can be used to pay for web and graphic design, photography, a … Continue reading Business MicroGrants

World Maple Festival

Saturday, April 29, 2017! The sweetest festival comes to St. J, a longtime sugaring center in New England. According to Scott Beck, the Festival organizer, “The St. Johnsbury World Maple Festival celebrates the history and heritage of the Maple Syrup Industry, and St. Johnsbury’s status as the Maple Center of the World.” What that means for thousands of us who enjoy the music, food, and … Continue reading World Maple Festival

Community Report

2016 Yearbook Published! St. Johnsbury has a lot going on. Thanks to active and engaged neighbors and friends, our community continues to show strength. The trends might not fit the mold of what you’d expect — most rural communities of 7,600 people are experiencing stress as we adjust to increasing pressure from online shopping and demographic shifts. However, St. Johnsbury’s high points are its close-knit … Continue reading Community Report

KCP Presents: Momix

Feb 17 – Lyndon Institute “They are inspired vaudevillians, creating slapstick, science fiction and improvisational surprise. Such quick, bright explosions of theatricality are delightful tricks and crowd pleasers. Their audience floats out on a dizzying high of pleasure.” – Chicago Tribune Celebrated for its exceptional inventiveness and ability to conjure a world of surrealistic images and stunning physical beauty, MOMIX is a captivating company of … Continue reading KCP Presents: Momix

Downtown Update

Tax Credits for You. Do you own a business or property in downtown St. J? One benefit of our Designated Downtown status is access to tax credits for certain eligible investments to infrastructure, façade, technology and accessibility. The most recent project to receive tax credits is the building at 190 Eastern Avenue, currently home to Armstrong’s Better Hearing, All About Flowers, The Law Office of … Continue reading Downtown Update