2017 Sponsors

Please support our amazing 2017 sponsors! Without them, this great community celebration would not be possible! If you are interested in sponoring this amazing community event for 2017, please email

Presented By

Barre Partnership                            


City of Barre                              Town of Barre


City Hall Park Stage and Heritage Stage Sponsors

Fireworks Co-Sponsors


Parade Sponsor

      Kids' Zone Sponsors


Gold Sponsors



Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Friends of the Festival

Aldrich Public Library

Fecteau Homes

One Credit Union

Allan Jones & Sons

Field & Field, P.C.

Ormsby Computing

Barre Electric

Hedding United Methodist Church

Richard J Wobby Jewelers

Capstone Community Action

Kiwanis Club of Barre

Ron Parnigoni

Claire Duke Real Estate

LL Felch Electric

The Paletteers

David Ripley, O.D. 

MacAuley's Foodservice

Trow Hill Grocery

Delicate Decadence

Maria's Bagels

Turning Point Center of Central Vermont

Dessureau Machines, Inc.

Morse Block Deli

Valsangiacomo, Detora & McQueston, P.C. 

DLM Services

Barre Mutuo

Vermont Back and Body Care

Dr. Richard Venmar

American Legion Post #10 Barre

Vermont Bicycle Shop

Dunkin Donuts

Oliver Twombly



Media Partners



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Strength Through Heritage

Barre is the fourth largest city in Vermont. While the community first developed around the milling available along the adjacent Winooski River, granite soon emerged as the key industry of Barre. In fact, granite from Barre, Vermont was used in some of the nation (and world’s) finest buildings, monuments, and memorials. Consequently, granite carvers from across the world settled in Barre making the city a rich mixture of cultures from all over the world.