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PUTNEY -  Twilight Music begins its 18th “Twilight on the Tavern Lawn” series on Sunday, July 18, with contemporary folk and bluegrass quartet The Stockwell Brothers.  
Concerts begin at 6 pm and September concerts at 5 pm, on the Putney Tavern lawn. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. In case...

Jamaican roots reggae musician Greg Roy will play Saturday in Wilmington. Photo by Justin Doucette
WILMINGTON - Jamaican roots reggae musician Greg Roy, as part of his “Rock of Ages tour,” will play in Vermont on Saturday, July 17, for the Wilmington Stroll, hosted by Ratu’s Supply.
The Boston-based artist is best known for his fiery stage presence and uplifting, poetic performance...
WILMINGTON - This Saturday, July 17, the Village Stroll returns to downtown Wilmington. Bring friends and family to stroll the village and celebrate summer from 5 to 7 pm. The theme this year is “Home Grown”; the stroll will celebrate local produce, local talent, and the local shops and...
  Two local bands will be performing on the gazebo at Dover Park, Route 100, next week. The Jacksonville Blues Band will perform on Sunday, July 18, from 2 to 4 pm. The Erica Reynolds Band will take the stage on Wednesday, July 21, from 6 to 8 pm. Both performances are free. For more info call...
BRATTLEBORO - The Vermont-based Loom Ensemble will be hosting “Twenty Twenty / Twenty Twenty-One,” an outdoor dance theater performance Saturday, July 17, and Sunday, July 18, at 6 pm, at Living Memorial Park.
“Twenty Twenty / Twenty Twenty-One” moves the grief up and out, to mourn the...
NORTH BENNINGTON - Fun fact: six years before the Battle of Bennington, the Green Mountain Boys bravely made history there and, at the same time, the entity that became “Vermont” was born in Bennington. The history that happened in July 1771 will be celebrated in the same location on the 250th...
MARLBORO - All are welcome to join at 10 am at Marlboro Meeting House for worship service, singing, and prayer.  
This Sunday, pastor Matthew Deen will focus on the agrarian prophet Amos, who reluctantly left his farmstead in the village of Tekoa to take up the mantle of prophecy against...
READSBORO - The senior community meal at the First Baptist Church will again be served in the dining room for the first time since COVID-19 began. The monthly meal will be held on Wednesday, July 14, at noon. The menu will be a salad plate with drinks, bread, and strawberry shortcake.
All...
WARDSBORO - All are welcome to spend an evening with Deb Billado, chair of the Vermont Republican Party on Wednesday,  July 14, at 7 pm at the Wardsboro Town Hall located at 71 Main Street.  For more information email Gerard Cloutier at gerardc802@gmail.com.
NEWFANE - The Moore Free Library is hosting numerous events throughout the month of July.
On Thursday, July 8, at 7 pm, Cuban poet and author Pablo Medina will read from his newest publication, “The Foreigner’s Song: New and Selected Poems.” Light refreshments will be provided. Medina is...

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