Events and Projects

Welcome to Spruce Peak Arts!

Join us for a Summer celebration of bringing talent from near and far back to the stage. Sharing our menu of concerts, dance performance, free outdoor concerts, panel discussions and art exhibitions. Please click on the titles to be directed to individual events.

Collage grid with photos of musicians, dancers, artwork in our gallery, artists of all of Spruce Peak Arts' Summer events.

Spruce Peak Summer Concert Series – Brett Dennan
Thursday, August 26, Green Opens at 5:00pm, 6:00pm (TBA), 7:00pm Brett Dennan
WhistlePig Pavillion
General Admission Lawn Seating, General Admission Table Seating
Rain location at Spruce Peak Arts
Purchase tickets HERE


Squirrel Nut Zippers Holiday Caravan Tour 2021
Wednesday, December 8, 7:00pm

In what’s become a new holiday tradition for many family and friends, the Squirrel Nut Zippers Holiday Caravan Tour makes its return this winter! This 17 show run will feature the band performing classic holiday songs along with Squirrel Nut Zippers hits.

The seventeen-show run is the longest holiday run to date for the Squirrel Nut Zippers.  The tour will begin on November 30th in Asheville, NC at The Grey Eagle and conclude in Nashville, TN on December 19th. Other stops include New York, Detroit, Cincinnati, Alexandria, VA, Beverly, MA and many others.  


Exploring Earth – Group Exhibition 
On view through October (by appointment, contact

Spruce Peak Arts Gallery unveils its Summer 2021 exhibition Exploring Earth, the third exhibition in their environmental art series, following Exploring Air in 2018 and Exploring Water in 2019. Exploring Earth reflects on the intersection of spirituality and art, celebrating earth magic, spirits in nature, animals, plants, and transcendence. The group exhibition features work by artists Isaias Crow, Jennifer Herrera Condry, Will Kasso Condry, Harlan Mack and artist to be announced.

This group of artists have been collaborating in the Spruce Peak Arts virtual panel discussion series Being a BIPOC Artist in Vermont. “The work on exhibit examines our connection to Mother Earth, reaching into our spirit as artists, and rituals that feed creative practice,” states Curator, Kelly Holt. Exploring Earth highlights and honors BIPOC artists, telling stories as they relate to the land as a contemplative space, plant life, spirituality, healing, creatures and our global community through painting, drawing, mixed media and video installation.


Theatre Birthday Parties – online and off

Spruce Peak Arts provided Zoom Theatre Birthday Parties for dozens of families during the quarantine. As venues open to full capacity this season, families now have a choice – online or off!  For groups of up to 10 children in person birthday parties are now available on the Spruce Peak Arts stage.

“Spruce Peak Arts was amazing to work with start to finish on the Zoom Birthday party. The end product was so fun to watch and a great keepsake. Thanks for an awesome quarantine birthday!”
– Pamela Holden (Fairfield, Connecticut)

And, while you enjoy, please consider supporting the arts.  With your support, we will continue to fulfill our mission to provide arts experiences to inspire, educate, and entertain all!  Please, donate today!