Community Events

WILMINGTON- Voices of Hope invites all to a Mental Health Advocacy Day watch party on Monday, January 30, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Every year, advocates join together to raise their voice in support of Mental Health Advocacy Day. This year is no exception.
The event will be held at the...
WILMINGTON- The Vault, the teen room at the Old School Community Center, will be open to all high school students on Monday, January 30, from 3 to 5 pm and to seventh and eighth graders on Wednesday, February 1, from 1 to 3 pm.  
Come join in for snacks, video games, crafts, and so much...
READSBORO - On Saturday, February 11, from 1 pm to 3 pm, there will be a fire relief fundraiser spaghetti dinner at the Readsboro Central School, 301 Phelps Lane, for the benefit of Timothy Brown and Maddie Girardi, who lost their home and loved one in a fire on Friday, December 2. The cost will...
Eliza and Emma Doucet
Eliza and Emma Doucet
JEFFERSONVILLE- At a time of increasing antisemitism, hate, and intolerance throughout the United States, Vermont students are taking on the responsibility of sharing lessons of the Holocaust with their schools and communities.
To mark United Nations International Holocaust Remembrance Day...
WILMINGTON - Join the Pettee Memorial Library for a pajama party storytime on Friday, January 20, from 4:30 to 5:30 pm. Come in pajamas. Stuffies are welcome. There will be stories, songs, and yummy bedtime snacks. Call the library at (802) 464-8557 by Wednesday, January 18, to sign up.
BENNINGTON - The Bennington Museum will host “Noon Year’s Eve,” a midday, year-end party for kids and their families, on Saturday, December 31, from 11:15 to 12:15 pm.
Join the museum as they welcome in the “Noon” Year with music, dancing, party hats, noisemakers, sparkling grape juice,...

“The Flying Coconut” Photo by Elsie Smith
BRATTLEBORO - The New England Center for Circus Arts will present their streaming on demand holiday show “The Flying Coconut” online from Saturday, December 24, to Sunday, January 1.
Inspired by “The Nutcracker,” this year’s show, “The Flying Coconut: On Demand,” veers off course when the...

An instructor aids a student in a circus trick.
BRATTLEBORO - NECCA will offer circus classes Wednesday, January 4 to Saturday, March 19, in one of two locations:10 Town Crier Drive or 74 Cotton Mill Hill. NECCA offers classes for all ages and levels, no experience needed.
Circus classes can help improve balance and dexterity with...
WILMINGTON - This week The Vault, the new teen space in the Old School Community Center, will be hosting two pizza parties with the option to make an ornament to take home. Those who don’t want to make ornaments can come work on a vision board, play video games or just hang out.
A party...
NEWFANE - The Moore Free Library will again offer “Writing to the Light,” a supportive writing circle for reflection on the darkest day of the year, Wednesday, December 21, from 5:30 to 8 pm. For the sixth year in a row, writer and educator Deborah Lee Luskin will facilitate the circle, which...


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