May 2, 2018 | Morristown Vermont

Submitted by Tricia Follert, Morristown community development coordinator

It is that time of year when we all want to be outside enjoying the many beautiful attributes of living along the Green Mountain Byway.  During your travels you’ll come to the quaint village of Morrisville, located in the heart of Lamoille County, and notice the many creative aspects of this community. The History and Art Walk will lead you to 23 locations in the downtown showcasing the architectural heritage and public art. Just follow the green line and you’ll learn many interesting facts about Morrisville.

Don’t feel like walking? Stop into the town offices and sign a waiver to use one of our many bikes available in the free bike share program. You can cruise down the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail and view the Lamoille River as well as stopping for a drink and bite to eat at Lost Nation Brewing.

June starts the summer season with many events in the region.  Wednesday Night Live free music series kicks off on June 13 with the Starline Rhythm Boys at Oxbow Riverfront Park from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Bring your chairs or blankets and your dancing shoes. What better way is there to spend a Wednesday evening than enjoying a community gathering with live music and lots of great local food available?  The series runs through August 22 and ends with a community corn roast.  If you’re looking for something to do in the area check out the Morristown Alliance for Culture and Commerce website www.maccvt.org.

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