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Everything was wonderful! The housing was comfortable and functional, the food was fantastic, the staff welcoming and friendly, the chairs were great for long days of sitting - overall a wonderful experience! Extraordinary. Loved every minute!
--A Vermont Improvisation Intensive Participant (July 12-14, 2013)

Currier Hall, 12 Church St.

Closest to School St. with easy access to the village square, Currier Hall features a main conference room which seats up to 15 in a circle, a library, and a dining room which seats up to 20. There is also a small, functional kitchen.





The Retreat House, 20 Church St.

Built in 1847 for a sum of $1,000, the Retreat House sleeps ten (13 with three triple rooms) in six bedrooms. There is also a a living room with adjoining dining room, and a spacious kitchen. There are three and a half bathrooms including a handicapped accessible bathroom on the first floor.



Immanuel Episcopal Church, 20 Church St.

Immanuel Episcopal Church is a treasure. It was designed by one of Amercia's best-known Gothic revival architects, Richard Upjohn. The wheel-chair accessible building is a perfect example of the French country Gothic style of about the 14th century. The sanctuary's excellent acoustics have been noted by musicians and audiences alike and has been the space for Stone Church Arts concerts since 2004. It seats up to 200 people as a worship, performance or lecture space. The chapel/conference room seats up to 60. It is a beautiful room, with a small, carpeted chancel stage and excellent acoustics. The church was built in 1867.