AllTogetherNow! Community Arts Center
a place of people living and working together in celebration of life through art, music, dance, puppet theatre, gardens, respect for all living beings, and FUN!
We are located on the unceded traditional lands of the Abenaki people, now called East Montpelier. We honor the first peoples of this land through learning their language, respecting their culture, and caring for the land.
Our community art center is located in a beautiful 19th century Quaker farmhouse built on an east facing hill, rolling down to the Winooski River, with stunning views, open fields, and a 500-acre wooded reserve across the road.
The foundation of our work is respect for one another and the Earth, joyful action, care for the earth, one another, and all beings in all we do.
Ways to Get Involved!
Volunteer - There is so many ways to volunteer and be a part of our events and activities. Volunteer to be a part of our seasonal celebrations. Be a guest at our summer camps or support in a workshop. Fill out our [SOON TO BE ADDED] volunteer form to find out more and to let us know what your are interested in.
Participate - Come dressed as your favorite species and join the the All Species Day Parade. Come to the rehearsals to dance the Maypole, Flower Children's or Birth of Spring dances, Sing at All Species Day. Tell a story, serve hot drinks, or perform at Ice on Fire. Be an enchanted guide or artist performing at Enchanted Forest. All our Seasonal Celebrations invite inspired people like you to make it happen! Fill out the volunteer form[link to volunteer form] and let us know what skills you have to share with the community.
Preschool - If you are looking for a great 5-star early childcare outdoor program check out AllTogetherNow! Preschool.
Donate - Your tax deductible donations provide support for scholarships to our summer camp programs, and help build our organization, which includes plans for a new driveway and handicap accessible art studio/classroom.
All the programs are essential to the families of Montpelier and the central Vermont community. I personally enjoy the latter three,(Seasonal Celebrations) and also find them important in binding the community together in important ways.... Very important when one considers "Resilience" in communities.