a website about Wardsboro,Vermont 05355
WARDSBORO, VERMONT, home of the delicious heirloom and official State Vegetable - the Gilfeather Turnip - was settled circa 1779 by Samuel Davis and his wife from Milford, Massachusetts. It was granted and chartered on November 7, 1780 to William Ward of Newfane, the man for whom the town was named Wardsborough, together with 62 others. Read more...>
Things and news Around town
Book Sale - 179 Main Street
Thousands of great books. Also donations welcome at this time.
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Again, this is not an "official" Town of Wardsboro website. It's more of a little bulletin board for things, and funded by advertisers and DONATIONS...>
ADVERTISEMENT Gallagher Close Farm is committed to building a nursery business that will help you design your dream garden and offers high quality seedling, plant and tree options that include heritage varieties not found in many nurseries. Our farm is nestled in a valley of the Green Mountains in Southern Vermont. Our Zone 4 location means that we must find robust and sturdy plants that will survive our snowy winters. We are within a short distance to gardeners in Zone 5, so we also offer plants accommodating that zone. We can aid the landscaper, resident or second homeowner in obtaining hardy plants, shrubs or trees that will flourish in your garden - read more...>
214 Stratton Arlington Road, West Wardsboro 802 896 6400
ADVERTISEMENT Visit the Stratton Parsonage, a short pleasant ride from West Wardsboro out the Stratton-Arlington Road. You will love meeting Lorraine Weeks-Newell and spending hours in her American Country Style gift shop - New stock! Amish Furniture. 802 896 6272 - read more...>
Featuring: Wardsboro-made MAPLE products of Newell Hill Farm.
ADVERTISEMENT Local Maple Syrup and Maple Products
Newell Hill Farm, West Wardsboro, Vermont, est. 1799
Shop in person for Newell Hill Farm Maple Syrup at The Stratton Parsonage
MAIL ORDER Maple Syrup directly from the farm.
Open Tuesday 10am to 4 pm; Wednesday10 am to 4 pm; Thursday 2pm to 7 pm; Saturday 9am to 2 pm
About the Wardsboro Public Library ...>
Book Sale in the Garage - 4th Sat. of the month
How to get a new library card ...> (even when the library is closed)
Search for a book in the library's collection...>
Open Public Meeting Trustees of the Library once a month.