Accessibility Services

                             

 


Spice on Snow Festival

Elevators and wheelchair ramps are available for access to our main concert venues, including: City Hall Arts Center, Bethany Church, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, and the Unitarian Church of Montpelier. Other Spice on Snow daytime venues are accessible from street level. These include: Down Home, Positive Pie, Capitol Grounds, Bagitos, The Front Gallery, American Legion Hall, Skinny Pancake and Charlie O's.

Accessible restrooms are located at each of our festival venues.

Hearing assistance devices can be made available at Bethany Church Sanctuary for our Saturday main stage performances. Please inquire 7 days in advance so we can have these available and ready to use. 

Large-print schedule for Spice on Snow Festival can be viewed and downloaded by following this link

Reserved seating is available upon request when ordering tickets online or in person.

Service Dogs are always welcome!

Evening Classes

 

Evening Classes are held at The Center for Arts and Learning located at 46 Barre St. in Montpelier. None of the classrooms are currently wheelchair accessible. With some advance notice, it may be possible to move a class to an accessible location. Inquiries are welcome. 

Old Time on the Onion

 

This fiddlers gathering festival is hosted at the Onion River Campground in Plainfield, VT http://www.onionrivercampground.com.   While the bathhouse does not have accessibility ramps, there will be wheelchair accessible port-a-poties conveniently located on the premises. 

 

Concerts and Workshops

 

Concerts and Workshops are held at a variety of locations throughout Montpelier and surrounding towns, most of which are ADA accessible. Please inquire in advance.

Questions & Inquiries: Please contact Summit School at director@summit-school.org