The Gristmill of East Arlington, Vermont was built in 1764 by Remember Baker, who was first cousins with Ethan Allen & Seth Warner. The three cousins formed “The Green Mountain Boys.” They were the leaders of the Revolutionary War in Vermont, and The Mill served as a meeting place for them.
The Mill is now a meeting place for both young and established creatives to collaborate and develop Revolutionary ideas in the Arts and Humanities!
The Mill's current campus includes a number of creative spaces and welcomes artists from around the country. It fosters collaboration by providing resources and community connections. Its complex includes the recording studio, performance space, gathering space, and housing. Buildings overlook a branch of the Battenkill River and have plenty of access to acres of country property, providing for plenty of inspiration.
Revolutionary ideas happen(ed) here.