The Friends of Robert Frost, Inc.

About Us

The Friends of Robert Frost is a 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt organization, incorporated in Vermont under Title 11B as a non-profit organization. Founded in 2000 by Carole Thompson, the mission is literary, educational and involves the historic preservation of Frost's farm in Shaftsbury, Vermont.

Frost's Stone House is on the Vermont Register of Historic Places and qualifies for the National Register of Historic Places.

Major Programs

The Stone House Museum is open annually to the public from May 1 through October. Hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday (closed Monday and Tuesday) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., seasonally adjusted during some months.

"Sunday Afternoons with Robert Frost" A lecture series featuring Frost scholars and notable experts in the field of the Humanities. See Calendar for listing of events.

School Tour Program: Trained docents offer tours of the museum to local schools and a lesson on Frost's life and work.

The organization is governed by a Board of Directors that consists of:

Carole J. Thompson, President and Treasurer
Dr. Lea Bertani Vozar Newman, Vice President
Craig Markcrow, Vice President
Andrea Weisberg, Secretary
Ken Coonradt, Director
David Nichols, Director
Meredith B. Handspicker, Director
 
Contact Information:
Robert Frost Stone House Museum
121 VT Route 7A
Shaftsbury, VT 05262
frostnow@sover.net
 
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