Stay to Stay Ski Edition
Saturday February 23
Iron Loft at the Carinthia Lodge
A special Après Ski event where you can enjoy food and drinks at the Iron Loft while mingling with residents and employers of Southern Vermont. Find out first hand what it's like to live in the area and learn how you can make the move to become a Vermonter.
Have you considered becoming a Vermonter?
In Southern Vermont you can have it all – a great career, in a place where we enjoy a terrific quality of life and easy access to the rest of New England. SoVermont is a place where you know your neighbors, and your morning commute feels like a weekend joyride.
What does Southern Vermont have for you?
Adventure. Spectacular state parks. World-class skiing. Hundreds of miles of bike trails.
Remarkable fly-fishing, forests and foliage. Puppetry and circus arts.
Snow-mobiling and snow-shoeing. Bird-watching. Organic farms and local farm-to- tables. Art Museums.
World-class theatre, music festivals, local bands, and jazz. Golf. Independent bookstores. Kayaking and canoeing. Great dining and lodging.
Crystalline lakes and rivers. Compelling history. Literary festivals.
Sustainable, healthier living...To start!
What are you doing after work?
You can breathe here. Think about that.
A daily dose of rich outdoor activities becomes a natural part of your life. Incredible vistas are right outside your window. Enjoying healthy lifestyles isn’t a vacation thing, it’s a real thing. And snow sports, organic foods, and fall foliage are just the beginnings.
There’s biking, outdoor fitness, fresh foods, and golf at your fingertips. Miles of mountain trails for exploring. As a So. Vermont local, you’ll come to know the best spring-fed ponds for hot July days. Secret fishing holes where rainbows abound. And the best area mountains to hit when the powder’s fresh.
Find Your Work-Life Balance
You’ll enjoy Southern Vermont’s arts, events and festivals like the world-famous Dorset summer theater, and Marlboro’s music series. Brew fests and fall fests, road races and country fairs
You'll spend long summer nights sitting with friends around a fire under a million stars.
You’ll savor farm-fresh food and meet up with friends at the local food-and-brew haunts that are humming all year-round.
Your neighbor might be a noted author, a PhD, an engineer, a sheep farmer, or all of the above. She'll help you jump start your car, because we're Vermonters
You can pursue personal passions, take trapeze lessons, ride horses, play in a jazz band. There’s time and space here.
Your kids will know where their food came from, and you’ll know the people who grew it.
The first warm spring days will trigger your cravings for maple sugar on snow, mud boots, and fiddleheads. That's when you'll know you've Become a Vermonter.