Applewoods Studio & Gallery

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Applewoods Studio & Gallery is located in the beautiful hilltown of Marlboro, Vermont. About 15 minutes outside of Brattleboro, Vermont. 

We are always available if you contact us in advance to make arrangements to visit.

Summer hours

(Memorial Day through Labor Day)
10 – 4, Thursday through Sunday (closed Monday-
Wednesday)


Fall hours

(post Labor Day to mid- October)
10 – 4, Friday through Sunday


Winter and Spring, by chance, whenever our Open sign is up, or by arrangement

 

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Our Gallery

2802 Route 9
Marlboro, VT 05344
USA

 

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Other people to Visit

Here are some other organizations we recommend checking out.

 
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Brattleboro West-Arts

www.brattleboro-west-arts.com

Brattleboro-West Arts is a group of about three dozen artists who create their art and make their homes within the watershed of the Whetstone Brook. Members represent disciplines as diverse as violin making, glassblowing, textile art, metalworking, sculpture, painting, pottery, basket making, woodworking and jewelry. 

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Marlboro Music Festival

www.marlboromusic.org

Marlboro Music is known world-wide as an institution devoted to artistic excellence and to developing new leaders who illuminate all areas of music. It is where the concept of having master artists play together with exceptional young professionals was born—initiating a dynamic, collaborative approach to learning. Under the artistic direction of pianist Mitsuko Uchida, leading musicians spend up to seven weeks exchanging ideas and rehearsing in depth some 250 chamber music works each summer.

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Brattleboro Literary Festival

www.brattleboroliteraryfestival.org

The Brattleboro Literary Festival was founded in 2002 by a very small group of bibliophiles from area bookstores and libraries. It traditionally takes place over Columbus Day weekend in October. The very first festival featured Nobel Prize winning legend Saul Bellow in his last public appearance. Since then the festival has gone on to present over 400 authors, including winners of the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, National Book Critics Circle Award, Newbery Medal, and the Caldecott Medal.