The Rockingham Arts and Museum Project (RAMP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1997 by Robert McBride. It is based in Bellows Falls, Town of Rockingham, VT. For an introduction to our RAMP and our town, watch our short video.
RAMP is committed to integrating the arts into the long-term sustainability of the community by creating effective partnerships that initiate and support accessibility, affordable housing, Artist Town Meetings, public art Initiatives, and policy making.
“Santa’s Belles” Holiday Drag Show
POSTPONED to February 2024
Bellows Falls Gay Pride has rescheduled this show to February 2024 at the “Queen of Hearts Ball” in memory of John Moisis. Anita Cocktail and Friends, Vermont’s premiere drag queens, will perform at the Moose Lodge, 59 Westminster Street in Bellows Falls.
Anita Cocktail is the co-host of monthly drag shows at Merchants Hall in Rutland, Vermont and performs in surrounding towns north of Bellows Falls. For the last five years, her performances have included themed stage revues, public events and more recently, the inclusion of burlesque performers from Burning Roses Burlesque. Anita also performs as her drag king alter ego, King Cocktail.