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Visitors exploring the first Artful Ice Shanties exhibit last February. Michelle Frehsee
BRATTLEBORO - Last winter, the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center’s inaugural Artful Ice Shanties outdoor exhibit drew over 1,000 visitors to Retreat Farm to view ice shanties shaped like a giant, iridescent fish, a black die with moon-shaped dots, a seascape with a three-dimensional octopus,...
  NECCA alumni VERMONT - On Saturday, November 13, at 7 pm, watch dazzling performances by NECCA alumni in the one-night-only, online “Virtual Alumni Showcase.” Tickets range from $15 to $50; all ticket sales benefit NECCA’s outreach programming. For more information and...
Pizza and Bard Owl
TOWNSHEND - Bard Owl will perform Friday, October 22, at the West Townshend Country Store’s pizza night. T. Breeze Verdant and Annie Landenberger, joined by Bahman Mahdavi on bass, will play sweet harmonies, driving rhythms, and old-style tunes from 5 to...
BENNINGTON - Poetry at Bennington will continue Wednesday, October 27, with Sandra Lim and Ladan Osman, who will read from their poetry.
Lim is the author of three books of poetry, including the Louise Glück for the Barnard Women Poets Prize winner “The Wilderness.” Her poems have appeared...
BRATTLEBORO -  Hooker-Dunham Theatre is offering two spooky writing workshops this October, hosted by GennaRose Nethercott.
The first, “Ghost Lab,” will take place on Sunday, October 24, at 2 pm. Like many people, ghosts spent more than a year confined to their home, floating from room to...
NORTH BENNINGTON - Sage Street Mill and Soulspace announce fall after-school studio-based arts and wellness opportunities for kids. Young artists ages 6 to 12 have a unique opportunity to experience regular weekly access to studio space and nature trails in order to explore and build their skills...
BRATTLEBORO - On Saturday and Saturday, October 16 and 17, Nimble Arts, in collaboration with Circus Minimus, will host the second annual Circus in Place. Three shows will be performed daily at 12, 2, and 4 pm. Tickets are $15 and are available at www.nimblearts.org.
This all-ages event...
BRATTLEBORO - The New England Youth Theatre’s Summer Shakespeare film project makes its worldwide premiere with “Much Ado About Nothing,” at the Latchis Main Theatre on Sunday, October 17, at 1 pm. The film features 12 student actors and crew members, ages 12 to 18. Tickets are $10 at www.neyt....

A scene from BMAC’s 2018 domino toppling extravaganza. Photo by Michelle Frehsee
BRATTLEBORO - Dominoes will dominate downtown for one weekend, with two events celebrating the art and science of domino toppling.
First, domino toppling sensation Lily Hevesh will attend the screening of the documentary film, “Lily Topples the World,” about her rise as an internationally...
DEERFIELD VALLEY - The Deerfield Valley Lions Club is once again sponsoring the International Peace Poster Contest for 11-to-13 year old students in local schools. The theme this year is “We Are All Connected.”  The posters will be evaluated on originality, artistic merit, and expression of the...

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