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The Spin Doctors bring their vibrant, blues-influenced sound and unique chemistry to the Stratton stage at 7:30 pm; doors open at 5:30 pm.
The Spin Doctors bring their vibrant, blues-influenced sound and unique chemistry to the Stratton stage at 7:30 pm; doors open at 5:30 pm.
STRATTON - Stratton Mountain welcomes back a sky-high Fourth of July celebration in southern Vermont, taking place July 2, 3, and 4. Excitement is in the air as fireworks, family activities, and live music return to the mountain, alongside summer operations including downhill mountain biking,...
DOVER - On Monday, June 28, the Dover Free Library presents the feature film “The Kingdom of Heaven.” Showtime for this film is 5:30 pm.  Runtime is 145 minutes. This film is rated R. This event is free and open to the public. For more information call (802) 348-7488.
WILMINGTON - Ever wondered how to paint like Jackson Pollock or collage like Eric Carle? Then come join the Pettee Memorial Library for a hands-on four-week series exploring the intersection of art and books.
Join local artist and teacher Hope Phelan to look at the works of famous artists...
A previous Make Music Day celebration in Bennington, from 2019.
A previous Make Music Day celebration in Bennington, from 2019.
VERMONT - Big Heavy World announces the annual international Make Music Day festival, “Make Music VT,” June 21 in locations all over the state.
In recent years 90 cities around the United States have signed on to create their own Make Music celebrations, each with hundreds of free outdoor...
BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Music Center presents the second concert in the Educate, Open, Strengthen  Project’s inaugural season on Saturday, June 19. The EOS Project is a direct response to questions about social justice as it pertains to the world of classical music and institutions such as...
READSBORO - After more than a year of isolation, Mary Angus and Bill LeQuier of Readsboro Glassworks are able to again welcome visitors into the studio.
Readsboro Glassworks will be open to the public Saturday and Sunday, June 19 and 20, from 10 am to 5 pm, as part of the Vermont Craft...
VERMONT- This year the Vermont Agricultural Hall of Fame celebrates 19 years of honoring farmers, producers, and people dedicated to supporting Vermont’s working landscape. Nominations will be accepted in three categories: Emerging Leaders, Ag Innovators, and The Lifetime Achievement Award. All...
Would-be gardeners can learn how to grow vegetables in a series of UVM master gardener workshops.
Would-be gardeners can learn how to grow vegetables in a series of UVM master gardener workshops.
Burlington- University of Vermont Extension Community Horticulture Program Master Gardener volunteers are hosting a free vegetable gardening education series on six consecutive Saturdays this spring.
“Learn to Grow Vegetables” will be offered weekly via Zoom, April 17 to May 22, from 9 to...
One-Minute Book Reviews By Laura Stevenson   “Fans”
Larry Olmsted
Algonquin Books, 2021   Sports fans, according to Larry Olmsted, “have been dissed.”  Think about football fans, hockey fans, basketball fans: regardless of...
Mount Snow has an excellent program for its staff to improve their skills. The sixth annual Hyde Academy was held at the Mount Snow Ski and Ride School Saturday and Sunday, March 27 and 28.   Begun seven years ago to honor the legacy of J.P. (Pat) Hyde, ski and ride pros are recommended by their...

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