Enhancing Vermont’s Creative Economy
We are proud to share Potash Hill with organizations that are committed to our values of creative exploration, artistic discovery, dynamic education, community, and cultural and environment stewardship.
Meet some of the organizations making their homes on Potash Hill in order to better fulfill their missions, enhance opportunities, and build community.
On Potash Hill
The world-renowned Marlboro Music Festival has called Potash Hill home every summer for seven decades. It is the place where chamber music in the U.S. came into its own, and where generations of new musical leaders have developed a lifelong love of the art form.
Brattleboro Food Co-op
The Brattleboro Food Co-op provides catering for programs held at Potash Hill. Their healthy, organic, and locally sourced menu makes the campus an even more desirable location for hosting groups and events.
Marlboro Studio School
Based in the Visual Arts Center, the Marlboro Studio School launched its arts programming on Potash Hill in spring 2023, with plans to offer community classes, multi-day workshops, artist residencies, and more.
American Harp Institute
The American Harp Institute offers harpists an intensive training experience on Potash Hill with Yolanda Kondonassis, one of the world’s premier solo harpists.
RiverJam Romp celebrates the ever-evolving tradition of community music in Southern Vermont with traditional fiddling, picking, singing, jamming, social dancing, and all of the shared joys of our regional music scene
Boston States Fiddle Camp
Boston States provides the world’s best instruction in Scottish and Cape Breton traditional music, with classes in fiddle, piano, guitar, step dance, Gaelic song, and more.
Marlboro Nordic Ski Club
From its base on Potash Hill, the Marlboro Nordic Ski Club promotes lifelong participation in the sport of cross country skiing. The Club also grooms and maintains the extensive campus trail system.
Marlboro Morris Ale
Every year since 1976, Morris dancers from all over North America have gathered on Potash Hill to dance, make music, and celebrate the arrival of spring and coming of summer.