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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Richard Artschwager

The Hall Art Foundation is pleased to announce an exhibition by American artist Richard Artschwager at its galleries in Reading, Vermont. Artschwager was an American painter, sculptor and draftsman. Although…

Fall Story Time

Children and their caregivers are invited to join us each week at the library for stories, songs, and craft or STEM activities. The activity room remains open after Story Time…

Made in Vermont

The Hall Art Foundation is pleased to announce, Made in Vermont, a group exhibition of new and recently completed work by Vermont artists to be held in its galleries in…

GLASS FRIDAY

30% OFF ALL FARMHOUSE POTTERY IN STORE AND ONLINE. FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE - 4" GLASS EVERGREEN WHEN YOU SPEND $300 ON SIMON PEARCE. BISHOP FARM WILL BE AT OUR…

SIP & SHOP

We will host THE WINE & CHEESE DEPOT from 5pm-7pm for a Wine Tasting. Join us for a little Sipping, Shopping and a Drawing for 2 Simon Pearce Wine Glasses.…

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