Welcome to
Cavendish
Much as it was when its earliest settlers founded it in the 1780’s, farmers, artists, builders, bakers and pioneers of every type and temperament call Cavendish home, lending their unique spirit to the vibrant community that stewards the spectacular Black River landscape. Proctorsville, Vermont and Cavendish, Vermont alike offer spring trophy trout fishing and kayaking in the Black River, delightful outdoor summer concerts and seasonal festivals, epic bicycling along miles of back roads, easy access to VAST snowmobile trails in the winter and beautiful fall vistas of Vermont farm fields and rolling hills. If you’re willing to follow it, the river will lead you where you know you want to go.
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Creative Coloring Fridays

Everyone loves to color! Drop by the library anytime between 10:30am-4:30pm and let your creative juices start flowing. Coloring sheets for all ages and ability levels will be available as…

Crafty Tuesdays

Grades K & Up November 6th- Crafts will be @ 1:00pm due to ½ of school Dia de Los Muertos Craft- Create a colorful craft to celebrate the Day of…

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The Pointe at Castle Hill

Member Page - The Pointe at Castle Hill Resort and Spa in Ludlow, Vermont is a truly comprehensive destination featuring the Sweet Brier Restaurant; a casual family-oriented eatery open for breakfast…

Murdock’s on the Green, LLC

Murdock's is located on the Proctorsville green in the Town of Cavendish. Farm-to-table freshness, great local craft beer, unique wine selections and a comfortable atmosphere make Murdock's the "local" restaurant…

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