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The Barre Civic Center consists of the three story Alumni Hall Complex, a 10,000 sq ft gymnasium in the historic Barre Municipal Auditorium, and the 21,500 sq ft BOR Arena. The Civic Center has hosted the Vermont Farm Show, the Vermont Principal's Association Division II, III, IV Basketball Championships, the Vermont Frost Heaves, Greater Barre Crafter's Guild Craft Fair, Barre Fish and Game Club Gun Show, F.W. Webb Expo, Municipal Highway Show, Autism Puzzle Foundation Fundraiser, Homemaker's Craft Bazaar, Christian Concerts, Mixed Martial Arts, TNA Wrestling, Taste of Home Cooking, and many other local and regionally significant events.

Civic Center Rates

If you are interested in learning more about the Barre Civic Center we look forward to hearing from you. We welcome an opportunity to discuss your needs as well as schedule a tour of the Civic Center.

To book the Civic Center contact:

Barre Civic Center Marketing Agent
20 Auditorium Hill
Barre, Vermont 05641
Telephone: (802) 477-5055
Cell Phone: (802) 734-1499
Fax: (802) 476-0271

The Barre Civic Center’s large and adjacent parking lot compliments any special event. The spacious parking allows your attendants quick access to their vehicles. Accessible parking is well marked and allows for convenient access. Municipal lots are available within a one minute walk of the Civic Center.

Driving Directions:
Directions to 20 Auditorium Hill From I-89 North or South:
Take Exit 7, Berlin
Head toward Route 62 (Barre) Go through 5 sets of lights
At the 5th light, turn right on to Route 302 East
Look for the Civic Center's large, granite marquee at the second left and take that turn
You will approach a Y intersection, stay to the left and then proceed straight up Auditorium Hill to the Civic Center
The Auditorium and connected Alumni Hall are on the left and the B.O.R. is on the right.
When using a GPS - older models will refer to "Seminary Hill" which is now "Auditorium" Hill