Congratulations to the winners of the Lyndon Chamber's Photo Contest. 

First Place goes to TJ Carpenter for his beautiful fall shot of Lyndonville. 

Lville church

Second Place went to Harman Clark of Sheffield, for his season spanning shot of snow and mud taken on Berry Hill.

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 Thank you to ALL who participated in this contest! Keep snapping those photos, we will do another contest in the future!

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Small towns have a special place in our hearts. We've found the best spots for antiquing, leaf peeping and of course living. But let's not forget the best part of any city: The picturesque town square. These 20 plazas are the absolute best places to people-watch, relax and spend a lazy afternoon.

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Lyndonville, Vermont
It's Gilmore Girls in real life. Located in the picturesque Northeast Kingdom, this tiny New England town hosts summer concerts, a farmers market, craft fairs and (of course) weddings in Bandstand Park.


BOO! Participants wanted for "Trunk or Treat" in Bandstand Park in Lyndonville on Halloween Night, Monday, October 31, 2016. 
If your business, organization or family would like to have a trunk for trick or treaters,
please call the Lyndon Chamber at 802-626-9696.

Welcome, Spring! For those who enjoy the sweet life, this season is a wonderful time to visit the Lyndon area of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Maple sugaring houses billow with steam as sap is boiled down to create nature's natural sweetener, and outdoor enthusiasts will see signs of new life all around us, from the fiddleheads and crocus to birds migrating back north after the long winter.

The Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce holds monthly meetings at the Cobleigh Library and at other locations around town. Meeting times and locations are posted in our monthly newsletter, which is mailed and emailed to members the week prior to the monthly meeting. We encourage members to join us for our meetings, and to keep us posted on events so we can add them to this website. Businesses and individuals who are interested in becoming members of the Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce should call the Chamber at 802-626-9696 to request a membership registration form, or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will mail one out to you.

As a reminder, the Chamber's fiscal year was changed to November 1 to October 31. Please remember that LACC paid members in good standing have access to a significant savings on Amerigas propane as a benefit of membership. If you use propane, Robin Hamel at Amerigas at 626-8595 and see how much you can save (average savings=50%).


Sarah Lafferty

Steve Nichols

Mary Marceau

Cheryl McMahon

(802) 626-9696


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Looking for information about the Town of Lyndon? See the Our Town page, or visit the town's Municipal website at


Looking for ways to volunteer in our community? Is your organization looking for ways to connect with local volunteers? The Lyndon Area Chamber of Commerce's new Opportunities to Serve our Community page is a resource for those looking to positively affect our community though volunteerism and for those organizations who need to 'get the word out' that they need volunteers.