If you want to hear "Intact Bell of the North Clarendon Chapel" or be a key founder of the rebirth of North Clarendon we need another $6000. We have a matching grant. That is any amount given will be matched by the donor by year end.
Repairs – Progress Report
Roof During the fall of 2019, the back roof will be replaced, purple slate roof minor repairs and steeple evaluation. Thanks to donations from Willard Squier, Fundraisers of Friends of the North Clarendon Chapel and a matching grant by Corpwell Foundation. Paint Due to lack of funding at this time, a plan for stabilization of …
July 27th Event
Will the intact Bell of Chapel 1871 in North Clarendon ring once more in years to come? Neighbors and residents of Clarendon-rich with early settler's history, have set their mind to restore the old Chapel to bring back their village. Cont On July 27th, during the 'Town-Wide Sale' the Chapel will be open for viewing. Please …
Clarendon is a unique rural town with much of the oldest history for the county. Except for Town Hall, the Red Brick Church, the Grange, some buildings have been neglected and will slowly disappear unless some efforts are made to maintain them. We are currently working on the Chapel. Read In the past, North Clarendon …
2019 Plans for the Chapel
1. Multipurpose Community Center: Our primary goal is to turn the unused North Clarendon Chapel into a community resource and small gathering space for Clarendon and surroundings. It will also be used for Art or Historic Exhibits, small Holiday Craft Market and cultural events. 2. Partnerships: In an effort to recruit qualified volunteers we have …
Clarendon Heritage will be holding a Holiday Market to raise funds for the Chapel restoration. Local artists, craftsmen and women are encourage to reserve their spot early.
Town Hall Presentation
Clarendon, VT October 8th, Town Council presentation by Nicolette Asselin. Director of Grants and Research for Clarendon Heritage.
The Journey Begins
Welcome! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Built by Clarendon Baptists in 1871, on a 30’x45’ lot (ref. 1980 Annual report). The building is significant for its vernacular style and landmark for the village of North Clarendon. It displays rounded colored glass windows, a steeple and an open shingled belfry with a polygonal spire. Read more