GREEN UP DAY
An annual event that is well attended on the first Saturday in May (May 4, 2019). Local posters will announce details or visit their website.
TOWN POTLUCK AFTER TOWN MEETING
Traditionally held at noon on Town Meeting Day (first Tuesday in March). All are welcome.
MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
Held annually on Memorial Day, a parade through the village which concludes with a ceremonial wreath-laying in the cemetery. May 27, 2019, 9 a.m. Children of all ages are invited to join the parade!
An annual event in late summer, celebrating our small town and commemorating the community spirit displayed in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene. See the Facebook page and website for updates and information. August 26, 2018.
THE PITTSFIELD BAZAAR
Crafts, baked goods, live musical entertainment, the famous Fire Department BBQ, and time for socializing with friends and neighbors. A long-standing Pittsfield tradition sponsored by the Women's Alliance. September 29, 2018.
Old-fashioned door-to-door trick or treating draws children from surrounding towns to the Pittsfield village green.
PITTSFIELD TOWN HALL
The Pittsfield Town Hall is available for use, with approval from the Select Board. Town Hall Rental Agreement.
PITTSFIELD WOMEN'S ALLIANCE
A long-standing civic organization quietly contributing to the community in many important ways, including the gathering and distribution of holiday baskets for the less mobile members of our community. Deb Picarello welcomes your participation (746-8331).
PITTSFIELD FEDERATED CHURCH
Visit their website for contact information.
PITTSFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Meetings are the third Monday of the month (April thru October)
at 7:00 PM at the Town Hall.
The Pittsfield Historical Society is a group interested in our town's past, as well as what's happening now and in the future. We have a collection of photos and donated items at the Town Hall and the Pittsfield Post Office. The society erected wooden historical marker signs throughout the town. We are working on adding displays in the renovated town building. Anyone interested in Pittsfield's past, present and future is encouraged to join. The group supports many town events and projects including the Memorial Day observance, Vt. Humanities Council programs, band concerts, and Old Time Fiddlers. The society is currently working to organize and display the many donated items.
QUINTOWN SENIOR CENTER, HANCOCK
The Quintown Senior Center strives to provide social, educational, charitable, wellness and nutrition services to all senior residents in the five-town area of Hancock, Granville, Rochester, Stockbridge and Pittsfield. Lunch is provided each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, along with a variety of events and activities.
GREEN MOUNTAIN TRAILS
Extensive mountain biking and hiking trail system in Pittsfield.
GREEN MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST (GMNF)
The Official Website and a free PDF map (4.5MB) of the GMNF that includes Pittsfield.
HAWK MOUNTAIN OWNERS' ASSOCIATION
The Hawk Mountain Owner's Association (HMOA) represents and supports all homeowners (and landowners) at the Hawk Mountain residential community in Pittsfield. The mission statement of the association, and its duly elected board, is to represent its members with fairness, transparency and open communication in all matters pertaining to the homes, private lands and the common areas of Hawk Mountain.