Burlington’s Elley-Long Music Center at Saint Michaels College, Colchester and Hardwick’s Historic Town House are the dual locations for the renowned Craftsbury Chamber Players Summer Festival.
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Directions to Elley-Long Music Center At Saint Michaels College, Colchester
Coming on I-89 to Burlington Area from the South
Take Exit 15 (Winooski -Route 15) and bear right at end of ramp
Continue past St. Michaels College – the first three traffic lights.
Continue past Fletcher Allen hospital/Fanny Allen Campus on the right and Fort Johnson, National Guard on the left.
At the next light (5th light after exiting from the Interstate) get into the left turn lane. There are signs for VPR, RETN and other businesses.
Go straight and take your third left (Hegeman Avenue). This will bring you to the rear of the Elley-Long Music Center and the parking lot. If the lot on your right is full, parking is available in the field to your left.
Elley-Long is at 223 Ethan Allen Drive.
From the East on route 15
Take route 15 to the I-289 bypass in Essex by the Essex Outlets 2nd entrance. Once I-289 ends, turn left at the first set of lights. Right at the second set of lights to head west to meet route 15 again.
Follow this road (Susie Wilson Road) until you meet up again with route 15. Turn right at these lights and continue to the next set of lights.
Bear right onto Barnes Avenue, Fort Ethan Allen and continue to the third right, Hegeman Avenue. This will bring you to the rear of the Elley-Long Music Center and the parking lot. If the lot on your right is full, parking is available in the field to your left. Elley-Long is at 223 Ethan Allen Drive.
Park only in the following areas:
– the paved lot directly behind the Music Center
– the grassy field behind the Music Center
– along Ethan Allen Avenue
Please DO NOT PARK in any of the following areas or you may be towed!:
– the lot adjacent to the apartment building next to the Music Center
– the paved lot across the street from the Music Center
– the pull-off area directly in front of the building. This area is for pick-up/drop-off of equipment and for people with mobility restrictions.