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Vermont Youth Orchestra Association

Vermont Youth Orchestra Association

223 Ethan Allen Ave.
Colchester, VT 05446
802-655-5030

With a mission “to develop young people as artists, citizens, and leaders through the shared pursuit of musical excellence,” the VYOA has been a leader in shaping young musicians since 1964. Over 300 musicians in grades 1-12 hailing from 41 towns, represent 60 schools across Vermont and neighboring states. Focusing on children of all ages, the VYOA offers over a dozen programs for children ages 0-18. Recognizing economic barriers some children face, the VYOA has a robust financial aid program and various tuition-free community-based initiatives. You can hear VYOA musicians perform over 20 concerts, recitals, and community engagement presentations each season.

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Vermont Chess Camp of Champions

Vermont Chess Camp of Champions

Shelburne, VT

One week only! On July 27-31, 2020, learn chess from a former national high school and collegiate chess champion! Whenever William Aramil, a US Chess Federation National Master, is in Vermont, he is one of the highest-rated chess players in the state. Join Will and some of Vermont’s top scholastic…(more)

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Billings Farm & Museum

Billings Farm & Museum

Woodstock, VT

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a farmer? Kids will discover for themselves by stepping into a farmer's shoes for a week. Hands-on activities include the feeding and care of the farm's cows, horses, chickens, and sheep, learning to milk a cow, building a scarecrow for the…(more)

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