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<b> Henry Farm Inn</b>
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About: The Henry Farm Inn, a colonial farmhouse built in the late 1700s, offers nine beautiful guest rooms with private baths. While you are here you will enjoy delicious full-country breakfasts and afternoon snacks featuring award-winning baked goods. WiFi, a comfortable guest parlor, a fun game room and 56 peaceful acres are here for your enjoyment. Quilting Workshop Weekends have been our specialty for 10 years, and we welcome all groups!
Phone: 802-875-2674 Toll Free: 800-723-8213
Town: Chester
About: Knockout Carpet & Flooring is your complete floor covering store, offering a huge selection of options including Green Flooring. With more than 35 years of flooring experience, we sell and install all types of flooring including subfloors, carpet, wood, floating, tile, vinyl, stone, slate etc.

Visit our showroom in beautiful downtown Chester. We are happy to work with homeowners and contractors. Fully insured, we guarantee all our work.
Phone: 802-875-4409
Town: Chester
<b>All Seasons Tree Service</b>
About: All Seasons Tree Service serves Chester, Rockingham, Springfield and eastern Windham County.

All Seasons Tree Service works with commercial and residential clients to achieve their goals for their property. Services include Integrated Pest Management; spraying, application and fertilization of soft chemicals and traditional chemical products to address plant health needs.

Our services also includes tree removal and pruning, cabling and bracing, stump grinding and year-round tree health care and maintenance. We have the equipment to support these services including a bucket truck, chipper, stump grinders, aerial sprayer, skid steer, and mini-skid steer.

International Society of Arboriculture (www.isa-arbor.org) Certified Arborist with 35 years’ experience in the tree care industry. Tree Risk Assessment Qualification.
Phone: 802-722-3008
<b>American Legion Post 67</b>
About: Special events venue, catering, conference center. Special events that are open to the public are continually being held. And the Green Mountain Banquet and Conference Center, with a capacity of 200, is also open for public rentals. It is a fully air-conditioned, handicap accessible, state-of-the-art facility easily found along Route 103 North in the picturesque village of Chester. There is adequate parking and a covered drop-off entrance. Full bar service with professional bartenders and professional chefs and staff are available to serve your guests.
Phone: 802-875-6009
Town: Chester
<b>Bargain Corner</b>
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About: The Bargain Corner, with two locations in Chester -- 287 Main on The Green (pictured below) and 128 Main -- specializes in everything from old antiques to the more modern ones. Skip also sells refurbished appliances.
Phone: 802-374-0053
Town: Chester
About: Artist Barre Pinske began working on a wood lathe with his grandfather at age 6 in rural Minnesota. He is a pioneer in the art of chainsaw carving. Pinske had a carved bear and eagle gifted to the Russians by the U.S. Pentagon under Pres. Ronald Reagan during the nuclear disarmament talks. He has been extensively collected by Steven Tyler, and all Aerosmith members have his work. His sculpture "Man and his Music" is the entrance of Prince's Paisley Park Museum in Chanhassen, MN.
Pinske is well known for his folk art chainsaw carvings, including widely collected wooden bears. He also creates abstract art, unique furniture, paintings, and casts wood in epoxy and resin creating countertops, bowls and tables. Barre has been featured on CNN Headline News, as well as in USA Today Weekend, The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, and The Boston Herald. Many early pieces are turning up at auction houses and are becoming collectibles.
Phone: 508-965-3211
Town: Chester
<b>Barrett & Valley Associates Inc. Real Estate</b>
About: Licensed Realtor professionals representing buyers and sellers with integrity.
Phone: 802-875-2323
Town: Chester
About: Atelier Annex offers space for artists and artisans to stay and work in the studio of artists Harry Hudson and Katherine Henry.

Atelier Annex holds a fully furnished apartment and the studio of artists Harry Hudson and Katherine Henry. The apartment is available for rent to both vacationers and artists, who can also use the studio space.
Phone: 802-875-1046
Town: Chester
<b>Blair Books & More<b/>
About: Books, cards and calendars. Blair Books is an independently owned bookstore offering books for every reader and interest, as well as audiobooks, cards, calendars, journals, magazines and an enlarged children's book section. Frequent author events and poetry readings.
Phone: 802-875-3400
Town: Chester
<b>Bonnie’s Bundles Dolls<b>
About: There are 50 dolls waiting to connect in this charming Stone Village home gallery. Bonnie Watters has made and sold 15,000 old-fashioned cloth dolls with hand-embroidered faces, real and motif, dressed in layers of calico in more than 50 years. Each of the nearly 500 designs is one-of-a-kind, signed and registered.
Phone: 802-875-2114
Town: Chester
About: In business since 1996, the Business Research Lab offers employee and customer satisfaction surveys to businesses, organizations and government agencies.
Phone: 802-875-1788
Town: Chester
About: Books, bookbinding, bookbinding classes. The Chester Bookworm sells used, rare and antiquarian books specializing in nonfiction and European publications. The Chester Bookworm also specializes in fine book restoration and bookbinding and offers one- and two-day bookbinding workshops. Members of the Vermont Antiquarian Booksellers Association.
Phone: 802-875-5886
Town: Chester
About: The CCC creates opportunities for local citizens and visitors to enjoy Chester's natural resources and offers public programs for all ages on topics including natural history, outdoor recreation and land management. This group, which was formed in 2005, has helped to create and maintain two nature trails on town land: the Lost Mine Trail on Reservoir Road and the Green Mountain Nature Trail adjacent to Green Mountain Union High School. The CCC also recruits and coordinates volunteers for the annual Green-Up Day activities for Chester.

The CCC meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Chester-Andover Elementary School. New members and new ideas are always welcome. For more information, contact Melissa Post at 802-875-4102.
Phone: 802-875-4102
Town: Chester
<b>Chester Dental Center</b>
About: On-site services include routine hygiene, basic and major restorative care, including fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures, extractions and emergency dental services.
Our health center does not discriminate based on gender, skin color, race, ethnicity, physical disability, religion or sexual orientation of anyone seeking care. Care will be provided to all, regardless of ability to pay. Financial assistance is available to those who are income-eligible and fees are charged in accordance with a sliding fee discount policy based on family size and income. If you would like more information about this program, please ask our receptionist or call 802-885-1616 for more details or to set up a personal consultation.

In the event of an emergency, please report to the nearest emergency department or dial 9-1-1 for emergency transport.
Phone: 802-875-2878
Town: Chester
<b>Chester Hardware</b>
About: Retail hardware; paint, gardening supplies, key cutting, window/screen repair.
Phone: 802-875-2693
Town: Chester
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About: Classic and romantic, Chester House Inn is a beautifully appointed in-town, 1780 colonial Bed & Breakfast. Seven guest suites and rooms, each with a private bath. Free phones and Wi-Fi. King, queen and twin beds, fireplaces, jacuzzi/whirlpool tubs, steam shower. The Chester House Inn also features a full breakfast. Television and library are available. And we offer great ski packages.
Phone: 802-875-2205 Toll Free: 888-875-2205
Town: Chester
About: 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
24-hour emergency; nights and weekends by appointment.

With more than 20 years in business, Chester Plumbing & Heating continues to stay on top of the latest in high efficiency and green technologies. We have extensive experience in new contruction and remodeling. And we handle it all: pumps; water systems; boilers, furnaces, alternative boilers, solar, domestic hot water, small and big repairs. We also offer free consultations. References are available upon request. Please give us a call with your plumbing and heating needs and questions.
Phone: 802-875-1700 and 802-289-1042 (cell)
Town: Chester
<b>Chester Recreation Area</b>
About: During the winter, the Pinnacle is a perfect place to bring the family to sled, cross-country ski or snowshoe. This gentle slope used to have a rope tow for down-hill skiing. During the spring, the Skate Park and tennis courts buzz with activity and, once summer hits, well, it's time to hit the pool. Lifeguards are on duty. There is a small charge for non-taxpayers. Town Recreation director Matt McCarthy also plans a summer filled with sports programs, including swim lessons geared toward your child's abilities. Small fees are charged for these programs.
Phone: 802-875-2173
Town: Chester
About: The Chester Rotary Club meets at the Fullerton Inn, 40 The Common, at 7 a.m. every Thursday. Breakfast is served for $9. Speakers almost every week. There is also an evening get-together at 6 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month, also at the Fullerton. Everyone is welcome.
Be sure to check out the Calendar of Events here at The Chester Telegraph. The Rotary is an organization that fosters service among its members toward the community and others. The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise. It is a a civic club (501 (c) (3) that raises money to provide scholarships and support other community organizations
Town: Chester

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