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BRATTLEBORO- The Kane Loggia­ HYPOTHESIS presents Masters of Sonic Liberation.
This is a new performance series highlighting world renowned musicians in the ever expanding field of experimental music, showing at 118 Elliot on three Saturdays: October 28, November 18, and December 16....
Michael Smoot printmaking
BRATTLEBORO- Artist Michael Smoot, a professor in the department of print and paper at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, leads a workshop in relief printmaking at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center on Saturday, November 4, at 2 pm.
The workshop...
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro winter farmers’ market opens for its 18th season on Saturday, November 4, once again in the Croker Hall gymnasium on the Winston Prouty campus.  As always, the indoor market season begins on the first Saturday in November following the last outdoor summer market in...
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Music Center’s EOS Project presents “Journey” Sunday, November 5, at the Brattleboro Music Center.
The 4 pm concert will feature compositions, songs, and improvisations of classical, jazz, aboriginal, and Native American music.
This unique and exciting...
From left: Ruby, Ms. Lavender Lovesgood, Cheri Flambé, and Dashing West.
Photograph by Hannah Schroeder
KEENE, NH - In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, EveryBody Burlesque presents a boo-lesque benefit for the Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention.  The benefit will be held at the Keene library, Heberton Hall, on Saturday, October 28, at 7:30 pm. Attendees are encouraged to come...
BRATTLEBORO- Join on Saturday, October 28, at 3 pm for a special presentation on North Indian Classical Music.
North Indian classical music has been handed down from guru to disciple for hundreds of years through the guru-disciple relationship. Musicians Pat Lambdin and Amit Kavthekar...
WINDHAM COUNTY-  Saturday, October 28, is the Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Drug Take Back Day. The Windham County Prevention Partnership would like to take this opportunity to raise awareness about proper storage and disposal of prescription medications. Keep in mind the DEA cannot accept...
WILMINGTON- Riverview and Intervale cemeteries will be closing on Wednesday, November 15, and will reopen on Monday, April 15, weather permitting.
All items must be removed from grave sites by Tuesday, October 31. This includes flowers, flowerpots, all glass items, and any personal...

Scherm
WILMINGTON– The Vestry of St. Mary’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church has called the Rev. Dr. Molly Scherm to be its next priest-in-
charge. Rev. Scherm assumed the leadership position effective Sunday, October 1.
Prior to joining St. Mary’s, Scherm served as associate rector at...

A group of CCC enrollees at the Wilmington camp enjoying a day snowshoeing. The camp was established on July 5, 1935 and closed September 29, 1937 (Richard Hamilton)
READSBORO- On Saturday, October 28, author and historian Marty Podskoch will give a talk on the 90th anniversary of the Civilian Conservation Corps and its work in Wilmington and Monroe State Forest in MA.  The talk will be at 2 pm at the Readsboro Historical Society at 7009 Main Street.  Light...

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