Here’s the lowdown:

“Brattleboro’s heart is as big as all outdoors and we’re proving it at the party of the year!”


A Brooks House Party:  Unity for Community!


An all-community gala event to show our neighborly love for and support of the residents, businesses and employees whose lives have been affected by the Brooks House fire

Friday, May 6th / 5 – 9 p.m. (yes, along with Gallery Walk!)

Downtown Brattleboro– with Elliot Street closed to traffic and open to celebration!

Be on hand to salute the many individuals and organizations that responded first and fantastically to help with the downtown recovery:

Brattleboro Fire and Police Departments
Brattleboro Town Manager and staff
Rescue Inc.
United Way of Windham County
Green Mountain Chapter of the American Red Cross
BaBB, BDCC and
All the social and human services professionals
who do what they do better than anyone could!

Father Rich O’Donnell,  Chaplain of the Brattleboro Fire and Police Departments

Non-stop music by:
Stockwell Brothers
Cool Beans
Sugarhouse and Friends

Bring your appetite, your heart and your pocketbook!  There will be folks stationed all around Main Street to collect your donation to the United Way’s special fund to benefit the displaced residents of Brooks House. 

This event is brought to you by WTSA, WKVT, WYRY, the Brattleboro Reformer, the Commons, ibrattleboro, Building a Better Brattleboro, Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce, Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation, United Way and the Red Cross.


Make it your business to be there!

But if you have to miss it, SEVCA (800) 464-9951 x127 and United Way (802) 257-4011 are welcoming your contributions to the Fire Fund.