Additional Directions: Directions from the center of Stowe Village (at the blinking red light, approx. 10-15 minute drive, depending on traffic): From Route 100 turn onto "The Mountain Road"/Rt. 108 (if coming from Waterbury this will be a left turn, if coming from Morrisville, this will be a right turn), travel approximately 7.3 miles up the Mountain Road, turn right at the Spruce Peak at Stowe sign, onto Spruce Peak Drive , then travel about 200 yards and take the first left onto Hourglass Drive. The parking lot for the Arts Center is immediately on your right.|
Approximate Drive Time in Good Weather:
From Stowe Village: 15 minutes
From Waterbury (Exit 10): 25 minutes
From Burlington (Exit 14): 1 hour
From Montpelier (Exit 8): 50 minutes
firstname.lastname@example.org - Box Office
802-760-4634 - Main Phone Number
Calendars of Events:
| ||Announcing a Special Livestream Performance - “Lucid Dreams” in loving memory of Irene Bareau!|
Posted on: 1:09 pm Mon Apr 12th, 2021
Stowe, VT (April 12, 2021): The Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society is thrilled to announce an upcoming livestream performance: "Lucid Dreams", in loving memory of Irene Bareau. This event is free with pre-registration and will be livestreamed from Skillman Studio, Brooklyn, NY on Tuesday, April 27th at 7pm.
| ||As Spring Blooms so does the Spruce Peak Arts Board of Directors!|
Posted on: 3:27 pm Thu Apr 8th, 2021
STOWE, VT (April 8, 2021): At the April 6 meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Spruce Peak Arts Center Foundation, the addition of five new members to the Board in FY21 was announced. Andrew Chmura, Jeff Clarke, Sam Gaines, Dean Goodermote, and Rich Miller will join Board Chair Lisa Hagerty, Dianne Brown (Secretary), Thomas G Cronin (Vice Chair), Kevin D'Arcy, and Barry Pius (Treasurer). These incredibly talented individuals bring a wealth of unique experience and backgrounds from Stowe and beyond to help reimagine SPPAC and help fulfil the mission to educate, inspire and entertain.
| ||Spruce Peak Arts Off Stage announces a Summer Drive by Concert Series|
Posted on: 11:42 am Tue May 26th, 2020
Spruce Peak Arts Off Stage programming is taking one socially-distanced step closer to live performance without the brick and mortar theatre. As designated downtowns are carefully coming alive with the welcoming breeze of Summer air to Vermont, the Arts Center is turning off the computer screen and taking local musicians to the streets.
|TOMORROW: Christine Malcolm & Rudy Dauth - May 20 at 7pm!|
Posted on: 9:19 am Tue May 19th, 2020
Vermont musicians Christine Malcolm and Rudy Dauth will be coming to us LIVE from the historic Smugglers' Notch Inn in Jeffersonville, VT.
|FINAL Wed PM Virtual Concert! Christine Malcolm & Rudy Dauth - May 20 at 7pm!|
Posted on: 9:51 am Fri May 15th, 2020
Don't Miss our FINAL Wednesday Night Concert Series event! Join us on Wednesday, May 20 at 7pm for Christine Malcolm & Rudy Dauth!
The Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit arts organization dedicated and committed to entertaining, educating, and engaging our diverse communities of Stowe and beyond. The 420-seat multi-use theatre, which opened in December 2010, offers world-renowned entertainment as well as emerging artists and performers from around the region, state, nation and world.
Live Performance Theaters
- Facilities : Public Restrooms
- Alcohol : Served
- Venue : Indoor Seating
- Show Types : Children, Adult (PG - R)
- Theater : Professional, Semi-Professional, Community
- Facilities : Alcohol served, Group Discounts
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