We invite the local community to join our lodging guests for these engaging, special events throughout the year.  Life is always a celebration at the Wilburton Inn!

Museum of the Creative Process, Moral Science Project
ScuLPture Park Opening

Sat. Oct 7,  Sun, Oct 8, 3:00-5:00pm, Mon, Oct 9, 10-12pm
3814 Main Street, across from the Taconic Hotel
Sat. Oct 7 and Sun, Oct 8,  10-12pm
257 Wilburton Drive, at Wilburton Inn

The Museum of the Creative Process invites the community for an open house celebrating the opening of the Moral Science Project, Gallery and Sculpture Park, a new center for creativity and wellness in Manchester Village. 

Tours of the new exhibits will meet at the Moral Science Project, 3814 Main Street, across from the Taconic Hotel at 3:00pm on Saturday, Oct. 7, 3:00pm on Sunday, Oct. 8 and 10:00am on Monday, Oct. 9. A wine and cheese reception will be held at the Moral Science Project at the conclusion of each afternoon's tour. In addition, tours of the Museum's collection at the Wilburton Campus, will be held at 10:00am on Saturday Oct. 7 and Sunday, Oct. 8. 

Museum Curator, Dr. Albert Levis, a Yale trained psychiatrist with over 40 years of clinical experience, brings conceptual rigor to creativity, exploring how art makes us feel, and how we change through the process of being creative. The Museum exhibits illustrate how art reflects the unconscious' universal need for conflict resolution. Whereas Freud believed the unconscious was driven by needs for sexuality and power, Levis asserts that the mind is oriented towards resolving conflict, transforming energy from conflict to resolution. According to Levis, we can learn about how we each uniquely resolve conflict by being creative. 

While the exhibits at the Wilburton Campus explore how this pattern has evolved cross-culturally in the cultures of ancient Mexico, Greece, Asia, and Judea, the Moral Science Project exhibits highlight the personal relevance of this pattern. These exhibits include the Henry Gorski Retrospective, a collection of 100 canvases by the renowned abstract expressionist, and the outdoor sculpture park. Levis created the 4-acre park to bring art to the village. The park's 6 installations explore Levis' own journey, from childhood stress as a holocaust survivor, to teenage response, adult anxiety and defense, to a late in life acceptance of reversal and compromise. 

Visitors are encouraged to complete a free Creativity for Self Discovery online program to create their own art and discover their own conflict resolution pattern. 

For more information see www.museumofthecreativeprocess or call 917-680-6739.


Innkeepers Welcome Party
Every Friday 6 - 7pm

All Wilburton Inn and vacation home guests are invited to the Wilburton Inn mansion to meet the Levis family innkeepers and mingle with the other guests.

Please join us for refreshments and a warm welcome to begin your Vermont vacation.


Wednesdays at 5:30 - 7:00 and SATURDAYS, 10-11:30am

Join Museum Curator, Dr. Albert Levis for a fascinating talk about the integration of the arts and sciences. Explore a guided tour through one of the four exhibits of the Museum of the Creative Process and learn how creativity is the universal language of conflict resolution. 


Howl'oween & Canine Costume Ball
SAturday, October 28, 2-4Pm

Jetson, the four-legged innkeeper of the Wilburton Inn invites his doggy pals to the Canine Costume Ball on Saturday, October 28 from 2 – 4 pm. The Canine Costume Ball is free and open to the public.  

All dogs under 25 pounds are welcome to participate. The event begins at 2pm with a blessing of the dogs by Rev. Claire North.

Local dog friendly businesses are supplying the prizes for the best dressed dog. Mother Myrick’s will give the prize for the sweetest costume. Pets Etc for the most creative homemade costume. Northshire Bookstore for the most literary costume

Wagatha's will award the grand prize and a box of treats to all participants.

This will be the 3rd year celebration of Howl'oween and we are delighted to share it with not only our lodging guests but doggy families in the Vermont community.

RSVP melissa@wilburtoninn.com

Click here for more information on all our doggy events.


Murder Mystery Dinner Party
Saturday, November 4, 2017 6:30pm

$70 to public, $60 inn guests.

Join our annual interactive Dinner Party to Die For!

Click here for more information.



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Breakfast & Broadway Sing-along

Sunday, Nov. 5, 2018, 9-11am $20/pp

Tony-Award winning Broadway cast album producer, Brian Drutman returns to the Wilburton Inn to lead a sing-along from Annie to Zorba. Enjoy a delicious country breakfast and sing-along in the living room, 

New Year's Eve Dinner Dance

Ring in the New Year at a grand country inn, decorated with full holiday style!

Delicious buffet dinner and dancing throughout the evening. 

Complimentary glass of champagne to welcome 2018!

Mother's Day Brunch

Sunday, May  13, 10:20-1:00pm

Mother's Day is a very special cause for celebration at the Wilburton Inn!  

Honor your Mother with a delicious feast by Chef Gary Schmidt.  Enjoy the magnificent spring views from our historic mansion and marble terrace. Enjoy a family stroll on our 30-acre hilltop estate. Complimentary "Mom-osa" for all moms!

Innkeeper ALBERT'S 80th BIRTHDAY Celebration! 

Thursday, July 13, 2017, 7 - 9pm

Dr. Albert Levis dined at the Wilburton to celebrate his 50th birthday and spontaneously decided to buy the inn that night! 30 years later, we toast him with music, a Greek themed feast, and a celebration of his lifelong vision to heal the world.

Join the singing Levis family as they perform an original hour long musical celebrating Albert's discovery on the integration of science, art, and behavior. Melissa wrote Eureka!, for her college thesis from Brown University. NYC actor, Robert Dusold will play Albert.  Jenny Giering music directs.  Performance 8-9:30
Greek Themed Dinner 6:30-8 RSVP required as seating is limited: 802-362-2500

Healing the Person, Healing the World
Power Management Inaugural Retreat
Friday, July 14 - Sunday, July 16, 2017


30 years ago, Dr. Albert Levis bought the Wilburton to hold educational retreats and explore the connection between science and art, myths, psychology, personality assessment, and conflict resolution. In honor of Albert's 80th birthday, Albert's children, Dr. Max Levis and Melissa Levis and the Museum of the Creative Process welcome you to participate in this dynamic weekend retreat. Gain insights into improving your own pattern of relating as well as discovering a new way to make sense of the clash of world religions and politics in today's landscape. The weekend price for catering and classes is $150 pp, plus lodging. Click here for more information.

Creativity and Power Management,
A six week journey of intellectual and personal discovery


The Moral Science Project, 3814 Main Street, Manchester Village Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:30pm, July 20 - August, 17, 2017

Join Dr. Albert and Dr. Max Levis for a fascinating program that offers personal insights and global wisdom. Each week includes an hour long presentation that explores psychology, sociology, mythology, politics, creativity and conflict resolution, and an hour of emotional education and sharing. Participants will have the opportunity to take two art-based psychological tests each week and gain insight into how to improve their personal patterns for enhanced effectiveness in work, family, and interpersonal relationships. This is an excellent learning opportunity for professional development as well as for personal growth. Click here for more information. $150/6 sessions.




The most delicious and festive weekly dinner party in Vermont! Organic vegetarian food from our fields to your table. Live music, dancing & the most breathtaking views.

Our brother Oliver Levis and his wife Bonnie turned our childhood estate into Earth Sky Time Farm, a thriving organic farm staffed by an international crew of idealist young farmers and bakers who care about sustainability, community and the environment.  

Farm Night dinners at the Wilburton Inn are a joyful celebration of lodging guests, community members, families, children, couples and groups. Specialty garden cocktails, live music, abundant fresh food and great people make these nights sold out success for the past 5 years!

Each week is an internationally themed different vegetarian feast. The cost is only $25 per person including tax and gratuity. Read rave reviews in the Berkshire Eagle and Stratton Magazine.  

Dinners sell out, so call ahead for reservations: 802-362-2500.