Opera House

Image Size: 8 x 12
Framed Size: 15 x 19

The opera house was once the cultural center of many Vermont counties. Dr. B. J. Kendall built the Opera House in Enosburg Falls for $10,000 in 1892. The House has featured traveling and local entertainment, hosted meetings, and served as the home for prominent school events for most of its life. The stage is intimate and the acoustics match any of the great music halls.

After the great restoration, it hosts weddings, theater, music, community activities and more. "We want everyone in the County to use the building year round." It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

Special Show Pricing
This photograph is part of a solo exhibit in
the Northwestern Medical Center Gallery.
The Big News
: The prices on every photograph and digital painting
reflect a little discount off the gallery price and I will donate half of
the sale of any image on this wall to the NMC Hospital Auxiliary.

The Fine Print: Buy this print in this frame from me through NMC
and the hospital gets half the price. Buy the print through my gallery
and the hospital gets nothing.

[This print is also available in other sizes and frames at regular prices through the North Puffin Gallery.]

The Harper Gallery in North Puffin

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