By Andrew Collins. Burlingtona lively college town, is the largest city in Vermont and the site each September of Vermont Gay Pride. Although Burlington has no exclusively gay bars, a number of hangouts in this small, progressive city, as well as a few spots in the surrounding region Middlebury, Stowewhich hosts Winter Rendezvous Gay Ski Week each January, and Waterburyhave a following with the region's sizable LGBT community.
Vermont is a special place in New England filled with kind and friendly people, natural beauty and world class outdoor recreation. Vermont embraces and respects our identity unlike any other state in the nation. The Vermont Department of Tourism and our partners the Vermont Gay Tourism Association are here to assist you with your travel, event and wedding planning.
DerbyVermont. I never know what to say on these things but I am a friendly guy. I have a passion for singing and theater Yes that means I fit the stereotype for loving broadway shows I have a degree in vocal performanceI like to cook, bake, watch movies, see a show etc.
Health Resources. The Vermont Department of Economic Development maintains a great list of resources for those considering moving their business to Vermont. This document provides state and local contact information about early childhood resources in your area.
By Kim Knox Beckius. Vermont is so much more than a place to ski three or four months of the year. With cities that feel more like friendly towns and a working landscape that both enchants and nourishes visitors, Vermont's attractions honor the state's natural beauty and agricultural traditions.
When the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriages, America generally, and the gay community specifically, celebrated. Same-sex marriages, and the gay and lesbian movement is more mainstream than ever. While the national discussion has been brought to the forefront, at the state level, conversations continue.
It has quickly become a preferred destination for the LGBT community. The artisanal food movement is booming in Vermont, primarily because local food has always been a staple of life. The locals are warm and genuine, spending quality time chatting and sharing with travelers.
Northern New England isn't yet the hotbed of gay culture that, say, Provincetown, Massachusetts, has become. But plenty of gays and lesbians live and travel here, and find these three states accepting of their culture. Urban areas are a lot more welcoming than small or rural ones.
Romance happens in the Green Mountains! Far from the hectic pace of your daily life beckons a respite unlike any other. Imagine soul mates taking crisp moonlit walks together through lush forests, strolling along a stream, hunting antiques in buildings over years old.