Center for Arts and Learning Recognized by National Life Foundation

MONTPELIER — “National Life Message: ‘Do Good”” – and they do! The Center for Arts and Learning has been awarded a $10,000 grant by the National Life Foundation, to help fund essential electrical code work at 46 Barre St. in downtown Montpelier. These improvements are an important step as CAL upgrades the building into a thriving arts and education facility in the capital region.
The Center for Arts and Learning is quickly becoming the creative hub for its members and the wider community.The center is host to numerous exhibits and events throughout the year as well as summer camps and musical classes and lessons. River Rock is thriving at the center with an independent school program bursting with high energy and enthusiastic family support and the T.W.Wood Gallery has been actively increasing its educational outreach with it’s new education director. The founding members as well as the associate members of The Center for Arts and Learning are intimately involved in repurposing the historic building and they recognize that this grant from National Life Foundation brings them one significant step toward the goal to create a sustainable home for the region’s creative enterprises.


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