Safety Refreshment Coffee Breaks are held in the picnic shed on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays during the summer and fall, late May through mid-October.
Vermont non-profit groups provide coffee, drinks, and snacks for a donation.
The motorist aid refreshment break program was officially sanctioned by the Vermont State Legislature in 2003 by the passage of Act 56 in the Transportation section of the Capitol Bill.
Coffee refreshment breaks are fundraising opportunities for Vermont non-profit community organizations.
The non-profit group hosts these events by providing snacks and beverages for donations.
Vermont non-profit groups interested in hosting a coffee break in Guilford may contact us here.
The 2018 application process will begin in March. Applications will be mailed by early March 2018 to all groups who have been on the list.
Here is the 2017 Coffee Break Information and Guidelines document: Guilford Coffee Break Guidelines.
Here is the 2017 Coffee Break Application: Guilford Coffee Break Application and Calendar.
Coffee break groups should follow the guidelines listed here:Coffee Break Guidelines for Groups