UKRAINIAN RELIEF DONATION MADE BY EQUINOX VILLAGE Manchester, VT – On March 28, 2022, Equinox Village made a generous donation in the amount of $25,000 to Project Hope. This organization is on the ground responding … Read more
As 2021 comes to a close, we are offering a one-year rate lock for anyone that signs a contract by December 31, 2021. Contact Kylee Ryan at 802-362-4061 or email@example.com for more information and to … Read more
Visual Art students from Burr and Burton Academy are honored to be featured as the artists of the month at the Gallery at Equinox Village. Students in grades 9-12 have been working in a variety of … Read more
Ken is self-taught and has been painting for over 60 years. He paint realistic Images of America in oil and specializes American landscapes, seascapes, especially the Jersey shore and skyscapes of my favorite ski areas … Read more
By Dr. Jim Russell, Health and Safety Advisor and co-owner of Equinox Village. The COVID-19 Pandemic is a concern for us all, especially our residents and their families. Since the beginning, we have stayed up-to-date … Read more
The COVID-19 Pandemic is a concern for us all, especially our residents and their families. Since the beginning, we have stayed up-to-date on state and federal guidelines. We continue to take every measure possible to meet those guidelines and keep everyone safe. All the residents and staff know that it takes a team to keep everyone healthy. A team effort is necessary to maintain a safe community for all to live and work.
Kirt Sampson, Executive Director and CEO of Equinox Village in Manchester Center, Vermont has announced his retirement, to be effective October 15, 2020. Kirt, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Franklin Pearce University … Read more