2017 Events

Join the Winooski Valley Park District at these upcoming events!

Upcoming Events

    •  Art In Nature: Join our friends, Winooski Parks and Recreation for their free art program which invites community members to express themselves artistically in Winooski’s beautiful Public Parks! 

      Inspired by Andy Goldsworthy (famous sculptor, photographer, and environmentalist), this outdoor project facilitates an opportunity to create art by incorporating natural and urban surroundings while also providing an environment of mindfulness! Feel a renewed sense of excitement, inspiration, and peace of mind. 

      Winooski Parks and Recreation is offering two different program dates:

      Wednesday, October 18th at 4:30 PM at Memorial Park

      Sunday, October 22nd at 11 AM at Gilbrook Natural Area


Participants should consider appropriate Fall clothing and or bug spray. A journal and or camera may also enhance your experience! 

There are only 15 seats available – this special introductory program is free. Reserve your space today!

Questions? Contact Winooski Parks and RecreationManager Alicia Finley: / 802-777-1621


Past Events

  • BANFF Mountain Film Festival Thursday and Friday, January 26 & 27 at UVM Davis Center. Come meet staff from the WVPD, learn about our camp offerings, education programs, and upcoming job openings! We will be tabling before the film’s start; doors open at 6:16 pm, films start at 7 pm. Tickets available here.
  • KidsVT Camp & School Fair Saturday, February 4, 10:00am – 2:00pm at the Hilton Burlington. Learn about the WVPD’s camp offerings and register on the spot! Camp Director and Camp Coordinator will be on hand to answer questions about the camps!
  • Wintervale Sunday, February 12 & March 12, 11:00am – 3:00pm at the Intervale Center in Burlington. Join the WVPD, Intervale Center, Skirack, and Burlington Parks, Recreation & Waterfront for a fun winter celebration! Activities include:
    • Free xc ski and snowshoe demos for the whole family
    • Kids activities and games
    • Slow Food Vermont tastings and City Market “Make it from Scratch” activities
    • Delicious food and drink for purchase
    • NEW this year – a chili cook-off and a bonfire to stay warm!
  • Green Up Day Saturday, May 6 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at Salmon Hole Park, Burlington. Help the WVPD clean up the trails at Salmon Hole as part of our Annual Green Up Day event! WVPD will provide trash bags and gloves. Other clean up opportunities for groups and individuals are available at other WVPD parks – contact Tim Larned, Parks Superintendent, for more information.
  • Conservation Field Day Wednesday, May 17 at the Ethan Allen Homestead, Burlington. Each year the WVPD invites 5th-grade classes from its member communities to partake in a fun-filled a day of hands-on environmental education activities. Students rotate through a series of workshops focused on conservation and stewardship. If you wish to learn more about this event, register your class or provide a workshop contact Lauren Chicote, Programs Director, for more information.