Honoring Ash

Join the Vermont Land Trust, Sterling College, WonderArts VT and the Orleans County Forester to learn about the cultural importance and ecology of ash trees through art, stories, and science in light of the anticipated impact of the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive beetle affecting all ash species.


September 21st, 12:30 - 4:00 pm

at the Stoner Woodlot (492 Hanks Hill Rd, Greensboro)


  • Free community picnic at 12:30 (please RSVP)

  • Special kid’s station and activities, including the Ash Passport

  • Guided ecology walk

  • Ash craft samples and demos by local artists

  • Free Plein Air drawing class from 2:00 - 4:00 (all levels welcome! Spots limited, please RSVP to attend)

  • All day invitation to artists of all abilities to come and paint, draw and photograph the ash trees and surrounding landscape, with an exhibition opportunity for completed artworks later this fall


Holiday Market Details Announced

Saturday, December 7th

9 - 3 at craftsbury academy

It’s August, but we all know that winter is right around the corner, which means that the Annual WonderArts Holiday Market isn’t far behind! This year’s 8th Annual Holiday Market will be on Saturday, December 7th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Craftsbury Academy gym.

December 7th

Annual WonderArts Holiday Market


  • Registration opens on September 10th

  • Register by October 1st to receive an early bird discount!

  • 50 vendor spaces are available (29 Large Booths and 21 Medium Booths)

  • Large Booths: 9’ x 9’ and $40 Early Registration / $50 Regular Registration

  • Medium Booths: 8’ x 5’ and $30 Early Registration / $40 Regular Registration

  • No double-booths are allowed and only one business per booth

  • Registration is available on a first-come, first served basis

Hiring: Executive Director


We’re Hiring!

Executive Director position now open

We’re looking for an energetic and personable leader to serve as the Executive Director of WonderArts!

The Executive Director provides continuing proactive leadership to ensure WonderArts’ vision, mission, and funding priorities respond to current community needs. The Executive Director manages programs and services through oversight of communication and marketing to ensure services reach targeted audiences. The Executive Director also serves as a leader at the local and state levels on behalf of our target clients, and expands awareness of WonderArts to grow private and public funding of programs and services. Lastly, the Executive Director provides the glue that holds WonderArts together by taking on responsibilities not covered by program staff, volunteers, and board members.

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