Community Sports & Resources
The Stowe Public Safety Department is comprised of the Stowe Police Department, Stowe Rescue, Stowe Fire Department, and Stowe Mountain Rescue. The Stowe Public Safety Department works in partnership with the community to preserve and improve the quality of life, making the Town a safer, more pleasant place to live, work and visit.
The Stowe Free Library strives to be the primary community center, a portal to knowledge, opportunity and diverse resources. Books, magazines, films, downloadable audio books, inter-library loans, computers, internet and wireless access.
Friends of Rec Path
Friends of Rec Path is a community organization dedicated to maximizing winter use and enjoyment of the Stowe Recreation Path by supporting the Town of Stowe grooming program, providing ski amenities and equipment accessories to users, and increasing exposure to winter recreation through family and community events such as the Tour de Snow, the S.K.I.S. (Skiing Kids in Schools) program, and Nordic ski clinics.
Access websites for Stowe Elementary, Middle and High School.
Stowe Elementary School PTO enhances our children’s educational experience by supporting academic and enrichment activities. The aim is to develop closer connections between school and home by encouraging parental involvement through volunteerism and financial support.
Stowe’s visitor information center. Promotes local businesses, guest services and local recreational opportunities.
Celebrating over 50 years as Stowe area’s hometown newspaper.
Stowe Vibrancy, Inc. is a volunteer-based community Vermont non-profit corporation with the mission to increase the vibrancy of the Town of Stowe through the enhancement of social, recreational, cultural, economic and physical characteristics of the Village.
The Rotary Club of Stowe is a group of community leaders organized for the purpose of service to the Lamoille County region. Stowe Rotary continues it’s half-century tradition of contributing to college and vocational scholarships, to local and county charities, and for aid to disaster-stricken areas nationally and internationally.
The Current is a non-profit corporation with the mission to enhance the human experience through the visual arts. Over the years, the art center has become an important part of the Stowe Community offering exhibits, art classes and festivals.
The Stowe Land Trust is dedicated to the conservation of scenic, recreational, and productive farm and forest lands for the benefit of the greater Stowe community.
In 2017 Stowe Mountain Bike Club evolved to the Stowe Trails Partnership as a way to better represent the work being done to protect, manage, maintain, and enhance Stowe’s multi-use trail network.
Stowe Nordic Outing Club (SNOC) is an organization of nordic ski enthusiasts in the Stowe, Vermont region. The club puts on race series, organizes a Youth Ski League program and a low-key masters ski race team. The club is affiliated with NENSA: the New England Nordic Ski Association and welcomes all levels of skiers!
Mount Mansfield Martial Arts works to develop student’s mind, body and spirit to the highest potential, through practicing the “Rules of Honor”(Respect, Self-Control and Self-Discipline), integrity and dedication. We are committed to providing the highest quality experience to positively enhance the lifestyle and health of our students, martial arts family and the surrounding community.
A Stowe area hockey association for youth ages 5-14 to have fun, develop skills and a love for hockey.
Stowe Soccer Club organizes training events and league play for every ability and age from child to adult.
Co-ed softball league in Stowe open to men and women ages 18+. Games are held at Mayo Farm on Thursday nights from May-August.