The Vermont Network is looking forward to seeing you! Please review the following information prior to your arrival.  If you have requests for accommodation including language access or have questions about access before or during the event, please contact the event organizer.

Low/No Fragrance Policy

In support of members of our community that experience chemical sensitivity, we host low fragrance/fragrance free gatherings. We request all staff and guests visiting our office and attending off-site events hosted by the Vermont Network use no fragrance, fragrance-free, or low fragrance products. Please read and follow this guidance prior to our gathering.   

Sickness protocol  

In addition to the air purification provided by our air circulation system, we run several air purifiers that help significantly reduce the risk of virus transmission. We ask that all staff and visitors please stay home if you are sick and follow current CDC COVID guidelines. Masks and hand sanitizer are available upon request.  

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Our Facilities

Our space is wheelchair accessible with reserved accessible parking adjacent to the CENTER building entrance. We have a multi-stall men’s bathroom, a multi-stall women’s bathroom, and a gender inclusive, single-stall bathroom on site in the front lobby. Visitors are welcome to help themselves to coffee, tea, and water in the kitchen and wellness room.

Directions & Parking  

From I-89, take exit 10 to merge onto VT-100S/Waterbury-Stowe toward US-2/Waterbury. Merge onto VT-100 S/Waterbury-Stowe Rd. At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto North Main St. Go straight until you reach the second set of lights on Main Street. Take a left on Park Row Avenue and proceed past the Train Station on your right. After you cross the train tracks,  turn right onto Pilgrim Park Road. The building is the smaller, square building in the middle. The main entrance is on the south side of the building and is marked “CENTER”. Parking space can be found on all sides of the building and is generous and free. 

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