It is our mission to preserve, promote and enhance the economic, historic and social vitality of Waterbury, Vermont for residents, businesses and visitors alike. RW strives to create and maintain a vibrant community that is inviting, safe, economically sound, lively and livable.
Experience Waterbury, Uncommonly Vermont!
On the Fly, a Visual Art Exhibition Celebrating the Art of Fly Fishing
08:00 am to 06:00 pmGrange Hall Cultural Center, 317 Howard Avenue, Waterbury Center
Featuring artwork by regional artists: Larry Antonuk Samantha Aronson, Jeb Bouchard, Kristian Brevik, Kurt Budliger, Nancy Daigle, Marnie DeFreest, Matt Hart, Janice Kenyon, Judd Levine, Rachel Laudon, Nick Mayer, Shannon Morrison, Tisa Rennau, John Snell, Lisa Therrien, Tyler Vendetouli, and Susan Winter.
This month-long celebration is an Across Roads Center for the Arts fundraising effort for future community arts programming, and their two annual scholarships: the Mitch Siegel Emerging Artist Award, benefiting a high school graduating senior pursuing the arts beyond Harwood Union; and the Janet DiBlasi Arts-In-Curriculum Award which provides a teacher at either Thatcher Brook Primary or Crossett Brook Middle School with funds to enhance learning by incorporating the arts into their core classroom lesson plans.
Bridgeside Books Book Group
06:00 pm to 07:00 pmBridgeside Books
Please join Bridgeside Books Book Group the first Wednesday of each month for an open and lively book discussion. All are welcome to join the group.
Our May book is An American Marriage by Tayari Jones.
Vermont Open Studio Weekend
10:00 am to 05:00 pmJeremy Ayers Pottery & Ziemke Glassblowing Studio
Spend Vermont Open Studio Weekend in Waterbury! Visit Jeremy Ayers Pottery in downtown Waterbury and Ziemke Glassblowing Studio along Route 100 in Waterbury Center.