Each Sunday afternoon in July and August,  musical performances and art exhibits are presented in the old Horse and Carriage barn with afternoon tea and delicious cakes and scones available. It's all free except for the refreshments whose proceeds support the Isle La Motte Preservation Trust.

Our two Knabe grand pianos and the acoustics of the wooden barn make for an unforgettable evening as concert goers experience gifted concert artists performing a variety of exciting and delightful works.




Summer Sunday Afternoons

Resident Artists

Maurie Harrington, watercolors

Ginger Johnson, crafts & paintings

Sunday, July 6th 1:00-5:00

Wendy Soliday, pastels

Nadamayi Shanti (Nicole Gilbert),

opera & folk

Sunday, July 13 1:00-5:00

Wendy Soliday, pastels

Judith Chasnoff & Dick Staber,

vocal duo with mandolin and guitar

Sunday, July 20 1:00-5:00

Harold Aksdal, watercolor w/ pen & ink

Susan Wacker Donle, photographer

Barbara Sweet

vocal, folk, broadway & all else

Sunday, July 27 1:00-5:00

Harold Aksdal, watercolor w/ pen & ink

Susan Wacker Donle, photographer

Tin Penny (Larry and Beth Walton),

folk, blues, ragtime and Americana

Sunday, August 3  1:00-5:00  

Maurie Harrington, watercolors

Jennifer Buckner, pottery, jewelry,

stained glass

Potluck Singers, vocals, guitar,

mandolin, banjo

Sunday, Aug 10 1:00-5:00

Maurie Harrington, watercolors

Jennifer Buckner, pottery, jewelry,

stained glass

John & Marge Butterfield,  folk, jazz,

Caribbean, country, popular

Sunday, Aug 17 1:00-5:00

Barbara Pafume, watercolors

Cathy Tudhope with Little Island Blues,

blues, rockabilly, country

Sunday, Aug 24 1:00-5:00

Barbara Pafume, watercolors

Full Circle  vocals, recorders, harp, guitar

Sunday, Aug 31 1:00-5:00

Jean Cannon, watercolors, acrylic

David Stearns,  baskets

& knotted tapestry

Towne Meeting,  vocals, guitar, ukelele, mandolin

folk, country, acoustic rock

3849 West Shore Rd /

Isle la Motte,

VT/ 05463 

802-928-3364   www. ilmpt.org

click on Cultural Heritage Programs



Saturday, July 19, 7:30 pm

Summer Enchantment

Lea Moisan-Perrier, soprano

Aude St-Pierre, piano

Lea Moisan-Perrier is a gifted young singer with a special love for opera.  She has performed with the baroque ensemble at the Universite´de Montreal, and in England with the Yorkshire Opera Workshop.

She is joined by pianist Aude St.-Pierre,who has performed throughout Canada, winning many competitions.

Saturday, August 16, 7:30 pm

Reed, Rosin, & Pedal

Wesley Christensen, clarinet

Laura Markowitz, violin

Melody Puller, piano

Reed, Rosin & Pedal

is a Vermont classical trio. The group was formed in 2012 and is made up of Vermont musicians from the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and the greater Burlington area.

For advance reservations

to ensure inside seating

Call 802-928-3364

or email info@ilmpt.org

2 Concerts-$45

Single Concert- $25

Inside Seating at the Door

if still available - $28

Seating on the lawn - $15
Purchase at the door

Children free on the lawn when

accompanied by paying adult

Bring lawn chairs and blankets

Picnic on the lawn

Grounds open at 6:30 pm

Nestled away in the south-west corner of Isle La Motte, Vermont, the northernmost island of Lake Champlain is a heritage site that was once the home of the  prominent Fisk family, who on past occasions hosted receptions for noted politicians such as President McKinley and Vice President Theodore Roosevelt.

The once beautiful stone house, built in 1803, was ravaged by fire in 1923.  Today the stone ruins are used in the summer as a Tea Room.  The renovated  Horse and Carriage Barn with its two grand pianos, hosts concerts and art and craft shows.  These cultural heritage events are presented  by the Isle La Motte Preservation Trust (ILMPT), a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the natural and cultural heritage of the area.

Sunday Afternoons at Fisk Farm

Serving Art, Music & Tea in the Barn & Gardens
July - August  1:00 - 5:00 pm

Reservations not required.

Pro Series Concerts in the Barn

Two Saturday evening concerts featuring

the finest in classical music.

Painting by Wendy Soliday

A Musical Memorial

for Monika Baege will take place

on July 6th

Knotted Tapestry by

David Stearns

Watercolor w/ Pen & Ink by

Harold Aksdal

Photo by Michael Waters