Are you looking to shop or eat in Montpelier? Looking to make a trip here? Maybe you just need a good chiropractor. The following links should help you plan a visit or do business in Montpelier.
Shopping: Montpelier has a wide variety of independently-owned shops including one of the highest densities per capita of book stores in the country. For a full listing of retail businesses, visit www.montpelier-vt.org/shopping/index.cfm.
Restaurants: Home to the New England Culinary Institute, Montpelier has a strong dining culture. Many of our restaurants are members of the Vermont Fresh Network, a farmer/chef collaborative. Member restaurants are committed to serving local, fresh foods. For a list of Montpelier restaurants, visit www.montpelier-vt.org/restaurants/index.cfm .
Services: To find a full list of service businesses in town including banks, doctors, insurance agents, hair salons and more, visit www.montpelier-vt.org/services/index.cfm.
Capitol City Cash
Most downtown Montpelier merchants and restaurants accept Capital City Cash, Montpelier’s universal gift certificate. Capital City Cash makes a great present for birthdays, graduations, weddings, and thank you! Find participating merchants and sales locations here.
Thinking about opening a business in downtown Montpelier? Give Montpelier Alive a call! We can help connect you with landlords of available properties, training opportunities, on-going business assistance, downtown information and more! Montpelier Alive provides regular assistance to downtown businesses.
Click here for more information.
Capitol Stationers has moved! The 51-year-old business that originally started in the 1950’s is returning to the location it occupied in the 60’sin the old Peach Tree space at 65 Main Street.
Read all about it HERE.
Join Montpelier’s Presidential Challenge to Walk or Roll 802 hours in the month of May 2013. Presidentschallenge.org
5/25- Family Bike Clinic and Ride, Montpelier High School 9am- Helmet fitting, safety instruction and practice in parking lot followed by an optional ride to 3-mile bridge & return on the Route 2 shoulder. Families with school-aged kids welcome.
5/27 – 5/31- On-Bike Safety Trainings for all Union Elementary School students in grades 4 and 5.
5/9 through 5/31: Walking Scavenger Hunt- Walk to 5 locations on the periphery of town and get punches on your Quest Card. Cards can be picked up a the five hunt destinations as of May 8th. Locations are Birchgrove Baking, Hunger Mt. Coop, Hubbard Park tower, North Branch Nature Center, and the VT State Info Center. Return punch cards to City Hall via mail or drop-off to be eligible for prizes!
6/5- MBA- 8:30 am- 9:30am
6/10- Design- 5:15pm- 6:15pm
6/13- Board- 5:30pm- 7:00pm
6/18 -Promotions- 11:00 am-12:00pm
What else is happening? Find out HERE!
Contact us anytime:
39 Main Street
Montpelier, Vt 05602