Park House is family-style independent living facility located in the heart of Rochester, Vermont – where you’ll enjoy the company and security of being near family and community.
Address: 222 S. Main Street Rochester, VT 05767 Phone: 802-767-3161
(Photo courtesy of Peggy McKinley) Our Mission Organize the work and resources to build a more vibrant and resilient local economy. About Us We are an independent, all-volunteer group of Rochester business owners, residents, and community groups dedicated to building on Rochester’s history, natural beauty, and resiliency so that together we keep our town flourishing …
The Rochester Parent Teacher Organization supports events and fundraising related to Rochester Elementary School. Contact: Carrie McDonnell Email: [email protected] Phone: 802-763-7774 ext 4 View all Rochester PTO events
The mission of the White River Valley Players is to strengthen our community by providing continuing opportunities for involvement with theater.
The Hancock Town Pride committee was formed in 2012 with three goals: Foster town spirit Beautify the town Hold events and activities Contact: Jill Jesso-White Email: [email protected] View all Hancock Town Pride events.
The Hancock Free Public Library is located in the same building as the Hancock Town Offices. It serves as a gathering place and a learning space for the community. Contact: Caroline Meagher Phone: 802-767-4651 Email: [email protected] Address: 1027 VT Rt 100 Hancock, VT 05748 View all events for Hancock Free Public Library.
The friends of the Hancock Free Public Library support the library by growing its collection and promoting its services. In addition, the Friends hold community activities and events in support of and at the library. Contact: Jill Jesso-White Email: [email protected] View all Friends of the Hancock Free Public Library Events.
The Rochester Town Democratic Committee meets monthly at various locations in Rochester Vermont. New members welcome! Contact: Dan Ward or Lizzy Shackelford Email: [email protected] View all Rochester Town Democratic Committee events.
The Quin-Town Center for Senior Citizens provides meals for seniors living in Granville, Hancock, Rochester, Stockbridge, and Pittsfield, Vermont. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at noon we serve at Hancock Town Hall or deliver Meals on Wheels.