Montpelier PLACE – Montpelier’s Built Environment
November 9 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday, November 9 | 6:30 – 8 pm | Free
Discover the history of downtown Montpelier with Paul Carnahan, author of Montpelier: Images of Vermont’s Capital City. We will examine how the city’s buildings and bridges have responded to the natural environment and defined our community. Participants are welcome to download and complete a “History Hunt” scavenger hunt before the program. Check back here for the link two weeks before the program.
This event is part of the Montpelier PLACE program, a series of community events celebrating the sites and stories in Montpelier’s unique heritage and ecology. Join us this fall on a citywide exploration to discover what makes our Capital City so special! All events are free with no registration required.