Photoposts Photos Photos: Outdoor Fun at Highland Center for the Arts January 13, 2021January 12, 2021 Vanessa Fournier 195 Views Bookmark(0) Please login to bookmark Username or Email Address Password Remember Me Eleanor Andersen, 10, of East Montpelier skis along the 1.8-mile trail which loops from the Highland Center to the neighboring Wilson Farm with works of art displayed throughout the trail.Examining the sculpture and art along the Open Air Gallery Ski & Snowshoe Trail are (from left) Annie Gaillard of Walden, Diana Griffiths of Greensboro, Loui Pulver of Walden and David Allen of Greensboro. They are looking at a sculpture of a 7 ft. X 2 ft. X 5 ft. Giraffe made of steel by Harlan Mack of Johnson.An icy metallic aluminum sculpture by Phil Thorne of Norwich is one of 11 Vermont artists’ works displayed at the Highland Center for the Arts Open Air Gallery. Family groups can be seen enjoying their lunch around the socially distanced bonfires.Loui Pulver of Walden orders take out from the Cafe Saturday during an opening reception for the Open Air Gallery Ski & Snowshoe Trail at the Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro. The Cafe is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. for warm drinks and light lunch fare. There is no charge to ski and snowshoe along the 1.8-mile trail to view the works of art.