BRATTLEBORO — The Tiny House Fest Vermont is coming, and organizers say it will ignite the community in a meaningful conversations about attainable housing and sustainable living, with the “tiny house movement” as the spark.
On Sunday, September 4, this inaugural event will convert Flat Street into a public gathering place and festival campus for the day, making it possible for attendees to imagine getting more from public spaces.
The Preston Lot on Flat Street will transform into a tiny house village, with trailers for tiny houses on view, and a transformed school bus, new designs from area designers, as well as new concepts in modular housing, will all be on display.
Organizers also say that the event will spotlight Brattleboro and the good work of its citizens, businesses and organizations by centering activities in the downtown area.
Event planners have been working with downtown restaurants and businesses to maximize local participation and increase the economic benefit to the area.
Sponsors so far include the Downtown Brattleboro Alliance, Manny’s TV and Appliance, Instig8, the Green Economy Innovation Hub, and Chroma Technology Corp.
Sunday, September 4: Tiny House Fest Vermont 10-10 Flat Street Brattleboro.
Monday, September 5: Local Tiny House Tour 9:00 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.