2020 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 19 – Visit VermontTourismNetwork.com for more information about Vermont and these businesses. NORTHERN VERMONT ATTRACTION Jay Peak Resort and Waterpark “The review frommy student group leader said it all – ‘Best trip in 17 years!’. The accommodations are beautiful, activities bountiful, food is delicious andmore amazing is the personal attention shown to the group through their stay. More groups will be on their way to Jay, that’s for sure!” — HelenMedler, Pres., Hawthorne Tours, Danvers, MA Jay Peak Resort is one of NewEngland’s premier four season destinationswith over $400million in newamenities and attractions including three onmountain hotels, the 50,000 square foot indoor PumpHouseWater Park, indoor ice arena, eight restaurants and group dining options, 45 person aerial tram, 350 person conference/meetings center, recreation center with rock climbingwalls andmovie theater and two newsoccer/lacrosse fields for youth tournaments. Jay Peak Resort is group tour heaven with plenty of attractions on site, and is also an excellent hub and spoke destination; located two hours fromMontreal, and less than two hours from attractions in Stowe and Burlington, Vermont. Sample itineraries are available upon request. Jay Peak Resort Sales Staff can also assist with routing your group tours throughout the region to include surrounding New England states and Quebec and Ontario Provinces. Jay Peak Resort also receives themost snow in Eastern North America annually averaging 360 inches a season and offers world class amenities for winter group tours. Contact: Group Sales, Jay Peak Resort, 830 Jay Peak Rd., Jay, VT 05859 • 8029882764 • groups@jaypeakresort.com www.jaypeakresort.com  Highland Center for the Arts Greensboro The Highland Center for the Arts is a nonprofit visual and performing arts organization located in Greensboro, Vermont, home to Caspian Lake, Circus Smirkus and Hill Farmstead Brewery, to name just a few of the town’s attractions. Our stateoftheart main stage theater has seating for 250 people, and our intimate Performance Studio seats 100. Our facility also includes a spacious, curated art gallery with rotating exhibits and the Hardwick Street Café, a fullservice restaurant serving fresh, locally sourced ingredients. An active day in the heart of Vermont’s historic Northeast Kingdom includes all that Greensboro’s beautiful village offers, including quaint shops, galleries, Willey’s Store and a beautiful public beach. Groups can then join us at HCA for lunch in the Café, a stroll through our Gallery Space, or a tour of the facility. We can arrange an artist talk or special musical presentation, or your group can take in one of our scheduled concerts or plays. Contact us to learn more about all that Highland Center for the Arts and Greensboro can offer for your groups. Dates of Operation: Wednesday through Sunday, please check website for seasonal hours of operation. Group Policy and Rates: Reservations required for group meals. Menus available. Contact us to arrange a special experience for your group. Plenty of motorcoach parking. Contact: Valdine Hall, Administrative Director, Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick Street, Greensboro VT 05841 • 8025339075 ext. 1000 • valdine@highlandartsvt.org • highlandartsvt.org ATTRACTION 