We are hoping someone in your readership can provide us with the information we are looking for.
As senior citizens, we each have a state of Vermont Green Mountain Passport. It states it gives “free admission to state-sponsored public events, exhibits, concerts, museums, state parks, historical sites and lands.”
We are looking for a list of these things (we do not have a computer) throughout the state. Then we can plan where we want to go. When the town clerk gave us our cards, she said the state doesn’t provide them that information. We called the Governor’s office (they didn’t know) and were referred to another state number that also didn’t know.
Recently, we were at the Sand Bar State Park and asked again. She checked their website and was referred to the Area Agency on Aging at (800) 642-5119. All she could find was some hit and miss information.
We really would like to use our cards for more than a picnic. We would appreciate it if someone in the state would put together this information or is the Green Mountain Passport mainly for good public relations hype?
Gordon and Brenda Thow