A Storytelling Event
We all have our own stories about our lives, some of which we like to share, others we keep secret. For people in recovery, whose stories involve the struggle with addiction and how it destroyed their lives.
Their stories can be intense and even terrifying. We’ve seen time and time again that when these stories are spoken out loud and shared with others, something transformational happens. They enlighten the teller about their own history and speak to the shame they have felt about their story and themselves. While there is already a tradition of telling our stories at some recovery meetings, where the listeners are free from judgment because they are also in recovery or contemplating it, the transformation doesn’t have to stop there.
About Us40 percent of Vermonters are considered non-drinkers, yet most local non-drinkers have reported not having the same quality drinks as what other drinkers are getting. That's where we step in.
drinks at home & on the town
Working with our restaurant and wholesale partners, we offer a selection of “mocktails,” branded beverages and proprietary mixes, highlighting our local restaurants and providers, while designing and creating concoctions of our own.
the Apple Ginger Sparkler
More on the way
Mobile Catering Service
For party planners, Free Spirits can provide its mobile catering service for your private gathering or public event!
A Beautiful Journey
Free Spirits is proud to partner with Turning Point of Windham County for, A Beautiful Journey, an evening of real-life stories from community members in recovery from substance use disorder.
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Cassandra Holloway at 802-451-0094