The Addison County Legislative Breakfast series provides an opportunity to meet local legislators and learn about and discuss issues affecting the county.More info »
This is an exhibit of Vermont quarry photographs that explores both geological and social influences, in particular the influence of Italian immigrants in the quarries around Barre.More info »
Don't miss Middlebury Arts Walk the second Friday of each month from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Stores will be open turning into galleries displaying the works of many local artists.More info »
Jeffrey Buettner will conduct an exciting concert with diverse selections made by Middlebury College's graduating choral musicians Friday May 24 at 8:00 PM.More info »
Bristol will honor all who serve on Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 25 at Holley Hall from 9:30 to 10:30. Free coffee, donuts and entertainment will be provided to all veterans and their families including current service members.More info »
As part of an ongoing recruitment effort, the Bristol Fire Department is hosting an Open House and Barbeque on June 1 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at the North Street station.More info »
The New Haven River Anglers along with the Bristol Conservation Commission invite you to join them in celebrating the Universal Fishing Pier at Eagle Park, Lincoln Road, Bristol on June 8 from 9:00 am to noon.More info »
National Bank of Middlebury has been involved in the communities it serves dating back to our very first office opened in Middlebury in 1831. Our customers are our friends and neighbors and all the new arrivals, students and second-home owners who want to be part of a community that respects the environment, values integrity and looks out for one another.
It is who we are ... and what being an independent community bank is really about. We hold our customers in esteem, and we constantly work to meet their evolving financial needs. We thank you for your support.
National Bank of Middlebury will be closed Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day.More info »
The financial abuse of Americans 65 and older is a booming business. In 2010 more than 7.3 million older citizens were swindled of at least $2.9 billion dollars according to The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.More info »
What is the 1st Time Home Owner Equity Builder Grant Program?
It is a grant of up to $14,500.00 (net) to be used for a down payment and eligible closing costs.
National Bank of Middlebury has all kinds of loan options to match your projects. Rates are still low and in some instances where energy savings are involved there are both state and federal incentives available.More info »
The United States Small Business Administration has issued a challenge to banks around the country to increase their SBA business loans to veterans.More info »
Fifty+ is fabulous in NBM's New Horizons Club. Broaden your horizons and save money at the same time. National Bank of Middlebury offers its fifty years old plus customers a free checking account that includes merchant discounts and travel opportunities.More info »
The Vermont Marble Museum in Proctor, Vermont is a state treasure and tells a story of what at one time was the largest marble company in the world, employing 5000 people worldwide at its peak. Not only can you look around locally at the evidence of Vermont’s marble quarries but the presence of Vermont marble is abundant in the US capital in the Jefferson Memorial, the US Supreme Court Building , the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and parts of the White House interior.More info »