Learn about maple sugar and syrup production, marketing and related inventions and traditions.
Learn the basic principles of organizing and then sharing information in an exhibition setting
2020 marks the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which extended the right to vote to women. Many of us are familiar with national activists and events, but what did the story look like in Vermont?
Join staff and volunteers of the Green Mountain Club to learn more about what’s changed, what hasn’t changed and what is expected to change for Vermont’s Long Trail and those that hike it.
Come celebrate Vermont’s Italian cuisine and the cultural and geographical elements that influenced it.
Students in grades 5-12 present their history projects to judges at the annual Vermont History Day State Contest.
Explore the sheep "boom" and the importance of sheep and wool in Vermont's history.
Join us for an exciting, hands-on activity with fiber experts Nora Rubinstein, Meredith Moore, Andrea Myklebust, and Tansy Sears.
During the mid to late 1800's the Eddy family of Chittenden, Vermont (Rutland County) became world-renowned as spirit mediums with the alleged ability of generating full-bodied spirit manifestations or "materializations" of the departed.
Learn about the highs and lows of water in Vermont, from natural resource to natural disasters.