Aug 1, 2018 | Hyde Park Vermont

Submitted by Ron Rodjenski, Hyde Park Town Administrator

Green River Reservoir
Green River Reservoir, open daily from 10:00 a.m.-official sunset, is not the typical Vermont State Park. The undeveloped setting on 5,503 acres is a designated “quiet” lake, with human-powered watercraft only (bring your own canoe, rowboats, kayaks), 27 remote tent sites, fishing, swimming and great wildlife sightings including common loons. This unique spot offers high-quality outdoor experiences for visitors.

Lamoille County Players
Local theater can be enjoyed with the Lamoille County Players productions, located in the historic Hyde Park Opera House. Each summer they host the Children’s Theater Workshop which provides an opportunity for children between the ages of 9-14 to participate in a theatrical production. The free final performance of Music Man Jr. will take place on Friday, August 10th at 7:00 p.m.  Learn more about their 2018 season, including the Fall show, “All Shook Up.”


Lanpher Memorial Library
Libraries Rock! is the Summer Reading theme at the Lanpher Memorial Library, located on 141 Main St. in Hyde Park – we are taking it literally. The rock band, David and the Zookeepers will perform their folk-rock show at the Library on Friday August 17 at 7:00 p.m.

Donations at the door will benefit the Library’s music programs.

Green Mountain CrossFit
There are 15,000 CrossFit Gyms worldwide, and now there is one in Hyde Park, Vermont. Green Mountain CrossFit is located on 576 East Main Street. All ages and abilities are welcome to give the unique workouts a try.  802-851-8461.


Ten Bends Beer
What’s on Tap? Ten Bends Brewery, 590 East Main St. Hyde Park, operates a three-barrel brewery. They offer up to five beers on tap at any given time, with specialty releases in bottles available too. On Saturday, August 4 5 – 8 p.m., Ten Bends Brewery celebrates their second Anniversary with The Eames Brothers Band.

Looking ahead:

  • September 5, Wednesday, 6 p.m. Friends of the Lanpher Memorial Library and the Vermont Humanities Council sponsor “Remember and Resist: Learning from the Dutch”, with writer Mary Fillmore

September 15, Saturday, Hyde Park Home Day at noon: parade, music and events

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