About Us: Events 

IMG_2741bWe sponsor several events during the year allowing various sectors of the public to experience our properties and are always open to discuss and plan others that can be entertaining and educational. For example, for the past 14 years, we have set aside time in early April for students from area elementary schools to listen to dramatic interpretations of the Just So Stories in the Loggia of Naulakha. We’ve held Chamber of Commerce mixers and will offer use of Naulakha for the annual October Literary Festival. Marlboro College held a writer’s workshop there and we are always available to offer tours of Naulakha when it is vacant.

Portraiture Workshop at Naulakha 
Rudyard Kipling House, October 4 to 5, 2015

To conclude the 2015 Brattleboro Literary Festival, Beowulf Sheehan will conduct a portraiture photography workshop at Naulakha, the national-landmarked home and estate built by Rudyard Kipling where he wrote The Jungle BookCaptains Courageous, and more. Learn both creative and technical approaches to portraiture while celebrating the 150th anniversary of Kipling’s birth. The workshop will take place Sunday, October 4, through the morning of Monday, October 5.  Class size is limited to nine students.  Cost for the workshop and accommodations at either Naulakha or at the Kipling Carriage House is $500, for those not staying at either property, the cost is $400. Ample parking will be available, and dinner on the fourth and continental breakfast on the fifth will be provided.

“Adventure Awaits; Rudyard Kipling Reading Retreat”,       Friday, November 13th thru Sunday morning, November 15th, 2015

The Landmark Trust USA (LTUSA) is pleased to announce it has partnered with SpinDrift Media & Entertainment to present the inaugural “Adventure Awaits: Rudyard Kipling Reading Retreat” at Naulakha, the Vermont home of the Nobel Prize winning author, in honor of his 150th birthday. During this one-of-a-kind weekend celebration, attendees and invited guests will be welcomed in to Naulakha to discuss works that Kipling wrote during his time in Vermont including “Captains Courageous,” select stories from “The Jungle Books,” and the adventure tale, “Kim”; a book to movie presentation and discussion is also slated for “Captains Courageous.” The cost for the entire weekend is $500.00 and includes books, meals, lodging (two nights; double occupancy; private room requires additional charge) and a catered Indian- themed birthday celebration to honor Kipling’s heritage. This exclusive weekend is limited to 10 guests; the registration deadline is the end of the business day on October 13, 2015. Net proceeds will benefit the ongoing efforts of The Landmark Trust USA. Contact us through our website or info@landmarktrustusa.org.  Click HERE to download a Detailed Information Pack and To Register for the Adventure Awaits: Rudyard Kipling Reading Retreat.