Oct 11, 2018 | Hyde Park Vermont

Submitted by Ron Rodjenski, Hyde Park Town Administrator

Hyde Park’s scenic roadway vistas and outdoor recreational opportunities are plentiful and coupled with a small-town atmosphere with annual community activities that residents and visitors will enjoy. Travelers and residents can take advantage of two shows at the Hyde Park Opera House: The Cripple of Irishmaan on the weekends of November 2 – 4 and 9 – 11 and Every Christmas Story Ever Told the weekend of December 7 – 9. More info:

Better Connections Program
This past summer, the community kicked-off a year-long transportation and community development planning project, with funding from the State of Vermont’s Better Connections grant program. The first event was held this past September with community youth decorating and riding in the “Connect Hyde Park” float. Three more public events are planned this winter and next spring. Visit “ConnectHydeParkVT.Org” for more information.

Hyde Park Community Circle
For many years, the volunteer members of the Hyde Park Community Circle have organized and conducted four community events each year, working with residents and friends who are interested in building community together…to think and act creatively together, providing ongoing support in a cooperative spirit.

The annual events coming up are:

  • Hyde Park Lighting Ceremony – December 2018
  • Think Spring: Puppets & Plants – March 2019
  • Jedediah Hyde Ice Cream Social – July 2019
  • Hyde Park Home Day – September 2019

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