Community Events

WEST TOWNSHEND - With colors changing and temperatures dropping, the lumberjacks and lumberjanes of A Neighborhood Uniting For Fuelwood are set to go into weekly mode. ANUFF will meet at Sarah and Matt’s place at 1474 Windham Hill, Sunday, October 17, at 10:30 am, to help them get their wood in....
VERMONT - The Children’s Literacy Foundation’s virtual book club returns Friday, October 15, at 7 pm to discuss the new memoir, “Unstitched: My journey to understand opioid addiction and how people and communities can heal,” with author Brett Ann Stanciu. The virtual book club will be joined by...
NEWFANE - Novelist and short story writer Vincent Panella will read at the Moore Free Library, 23 West Street, on Thursday, October 21, at 7 pm. Panella’s stories have appeared in several small magazines, and he has four published books. He will read from published and unpublished work, and books...
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...
GUILFORD - The Brattleboro Words Trail is collaborating with community partners to host an official unveiling of a state historic marker recognizing the achievements of the nation’s first African-American poet Lucy Terry Prince, and her husband Abijah Prince. The two were early Black landowners...

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...
BRATTLEBORO - Join the Windham World Affairs Council as they team up with the Brattleboro Literary Festival, Sunday, October 17, at 4 pm, to virtually host author Imbolo Mbue, discussing her work of fiction “How Beautiful We Were.” Register for the event at https://emamo.com/event/brattleboro-...
DOVER - On Monday, October 18, the Dover Free Library will present “The Green Knight.” Showtime is 5 pm. Runtime is 129 minutes. The film is rated R. This event is free and open to the public. Questions? Call (802) 348-7488.
  Local group will celebrate traditions for Indigenous Peoples Day
BRATTLEBORO - On Monday, October 9, Rich Holschuh, with his organization Atowi and the Elnu Abenaki community, will host an Indigenous Peoples Day gathering at Retreat Farm, which the public is welcome...

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