The Frost Place is renowned poet Robert Frost’s former home in Franconia, NH. It became The Frost Place in 1977 when it was bought by the town of Franconia, and has since served as a permanent home and museum for poets and poetry that honors the legacy of Robert Frost while encouraging the creation and appreciation of poems. Each year, The Frost Place hosts summer poetry programs, two annual poetry competitions, and gives out several specialized scholarship awards.
This past July, The Frost Place celebrated its 40th anniversary. The weekend-long celebration consisted of poetry readings, a champagne-and-cake toast, a Robert Frost read-a-thon, and a performance of A.M. Dolan’s play "This Verse Business" starring Emmy-award-winning actor Gordon Clapp.
For 40 years, The Frost Place has been bringing world-class poets and poetry to the North Country of NH. As a small nonprofit, The Frost Place relies heavily on individual contributions and fundraising opportunities such as #GivingTuesday. It is a pleasure for all involved with The Frost Place to offer program participants and museum visitors the highest quality experience possible. This requires a considerable financial commitment, often more than there are resources for. By donating to The Frost Place this #GivingTuesday, you can help improve these programs, facilities, and the overall experience that The Frost Place has to offer.
Visit www.frostplace.org for more information.