Community Events

The Readsboro Historical Society preserves found images from the past.
The Readsboro Historical Society preserves found images from the past.
READSBORO - The Readsboro Historical Society announced its first open house of the 2024 summer season. The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 11, at 10 am until 12 pm and will showcase artifacts located in the once Old Town Hall at 7099 Main Street.  
The RHS aims to inspire the...
BRATTLEBORO - Windham County Retired Educators will meet at 11:10 am on Monday, May 13, at Holton Hall on the Winston Prouty Center campus. The featured presenter for the meeting is Andy Davis, a well-known and respected music educator who recently retired after 32 years of teaching in Windham...

MARLBORO - The Southern Vermont Natural History Museum  announced the receipt of a Vermont Humanities Council Project Grant. The project grant will support, in part, the museum’s new Sensory Study Group.
Grounded in Ed Yong’s award-winning book,  “An Immense World,” the study group...
DOVER - Keeping up with the Dover Free Library Storybook Eggs?  On Tuesday, May 14, the eggs will be 14 days old. The library will be candling the 18 eggs at 4:30 pm to check on their progress.  At this point, the embryos should encompass about two-thirds of the egg. Join the library to take a...
The Old School Community Center offers event and class spaces, meeting rooms, and a full size gymnasium.
The Old School Community Center offers event and class spaces, meeting rooms, and a full size gymnasium.
WILMINGTON - The Old School Enrichment Council (OSEC) has issued a call for artists for Art in the Valley, a distinctive three-day, juried, indoor fine art and craft exhibition.  All booth fees will benefit the Old School Community Center.  The indoor show, featuring the works of 40 or more...
JACKSONVILLE- Spring is here, and so is the annual rummage sale. Browse through the clothes, tag sale, and baked goods at the biannual sale at Jacksonville Community Church, 111 VT Route 112. Join in on Friday, May 10, from 9 am to 2 pm, and Saturday, May 11, from 9 am to noon, to shop for spring...
NEWFANE - Moore Free Library will host a presentation by Rev. Dr. Donnie Anderson called “My Experiences as a Transgender Woman.” It will take place Thursday, May 9, 6:30 pm, at 23 West Street.
Rev. Anderson is an ordained minister whose credentials are recognized by the United Methodist...
TOWNSHEND - Ever wondered what bird is singing in the backyard or in nearby woods?
On Sunday, May 5, Dan Dubie will lead a bird walk along the West River. Participants will listen for calls and look for the birds who are winter residents, as well as those that have migrated north for the...
Activity of the Southern Vermont Homebrew Festival.
Activity of the Southern Vermont Homebrew Festival.

BENNINGTON - Prepare to embark on an epic journey to a galaxy far, far away as southern Vermont’s premier event invites the public to celebrate May the Fourth Be With You Day. Delight in interstellar concoctions, rebel-approved eclectic vendors, and a Jedi-worthy feast. Savor exotic brews...

DOVER - Meet the Storybook Eggs!  From Wednesday, May 1, to Saturday, May 25, Dover Free Library will be hosting a clutch of fertilized chicken eggs. The library is located at 22 Holland Road.
Community members are invited to come in to the library and see how the eggs incubate and...

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