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Community Events

Happening Now


We are ready with fun events open to the community happening every week. Follow the link below for information about yoga, tai chi, painting, and more!


Want to Stay Informed?


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  • Skills to Share

  • Looking for Rental Space  

  • Want to Volunteer


  • And, of course, it all costs money. Please send tax-deductible donations to us. Find out how by sending an email to Your donation will go a long way to making the Vernon Community Center its very best. 

This historic home is now the home of Vernon's Community Center

Vernon is a great place to live – a small town with easy access to big city services, alive with history, beautiful scenery, friendly neighbors, and now, best of all, a Community Center with something for everyone.

The Community Center’s home is the Governor Hunt House, built in the mid-1700’s and lovingly and meticulously restored by the Friends of Vernon Center. The Vernon Community Center has something for all Vernon neighbors.

The Center is available to host large and small groups for celebrations, meetings, seminars, workshops, and lectures. Performances of all kinds are scheduled as well as exhibits, arts and crafts shows, and more. It is a place for neighbors to gather, share home-baked refreshments, play a board game, or just get to know each other.

What's Happening at GHH?

The Friends of Vernon Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We invite your participation as a volunteer, as a contributor, and as a user of the Community Center. 

More about the Friends of Vernon Center

How to support the Friends of Vernon Center:

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Volunteer: We seek board and committee members as well as people who can help organize events or just help out! Please be in touch: Phone or email board chair Martin Langeveld (Link to e-mail / Phone: 802-380-0226)

Contribute: Send tax-deductible donations to Friends of Vernon Center, Inc., P.O. Box 241, Vernon VT 05354.


Discover our past.

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Imagine our future.

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