June 9: ReSource has consolidated its Burlington operation to 339 Pine Street after recently opening a new location on Harvest Lane in Williston. On June 9, ReSource celebrates its reopening in Burlington with all of its operations there now under one roof. Stop by to see the changes, check out some repair workshops and discounts as well as a free scoop (or two) of Ben & Jerry’s. 339 Pine St. email@example.com.
Passion 4 Paws
June 16: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 9th annual pet adoption day. Curtis Lumber’s PetAPalooza. 315 Pine St. Facebook; passion-4-paws.org
Burlington Waterfront Park
26th Vermont Brewers Festival
• July 20: noon to 4 p.m. Session 1 (local session discount tickets for Vermonters, $33); 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Session 2.
• July 21: noon to 4 p.m. Session 3; 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Session 4.
Sessions 2, 3 and 4: $43. Limit one session per day per ticket holder. Burlington Waterfront Park, 1 Main St. Tickets, additional information: vtbrewfest.com.
Grace United Methodist Church
Indoor Lawn Sale
June 8-9: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Payment by donation. 130 Maple St.
CVU High School
Special Olympics fundraiser
June 9: Doors at 6:45 p.m. Event starts at 7:30. Athletes from Champlain Valley Union High School headed to the Special Olympics 2018 USA Games in Seattle host a game show fundraiser based on the word game “Chain Reaction” that was on a popular TV game show. Three-member teams and spectators are invited. For more details and to sign up, visit specialolympicsvermont.org. Teams may register at the door until a maximum of 20 teams are signed up. CVU auditorium. Admission $5. Additional donations appreciated.
St. Albans Area Watershed Association
Take a Stake in the Lake 5k and Clean Water Fair
June 9: 9 a.m. race. $25 (race, t-shirt, door prize drawings, SAAWA membership). Walk or run; Kill Kare to Bay Park. 10 a.m. to noon, children’s activities. 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Fair. St. Albans Bay Stonehouse, St. Albans Bay Park, 579 Lake Road. Register: saintalbanswatershed.org. Jeff Moulton, 238-9319, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shelburne Farmers Market
Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the village green through Oct. 13. More than 50 vendors from Shelburne and the region, 11 new this year. Produce, cheese, prepared foods, crafts, jewelry, art, lots more. Information online at the Shelburne Business and Professional Association website: sbpavt.org.
Tag & Book Sale
June 9: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine. 24th annual. Household items, antiques, jewelry, sporting goods, plus thousands of books. Many bargains. Proceeds benefit the Residents’ Association, which sponsors activities and events. 200 Wake Robin Drive. Follow the signs from Bostwick Road.
Veterans Memorial Park
Walk/5K for Animals
June 10: 8-11 a.m. 24th annual; largest fundraiser for the Humane Society of Chittenden County. Participants raise funds through pledges and take part in either the one-mile walk or 5K run as individuals or in teams. Music, snacks, contests, prizes. Awards in various categories. Vermont’s largest dog-friendly event. Veterans Memorial Park, Dorset Street.
For more information and registration online at chittendenhumane.org.
Amy E. Tarrant Gallery
Through June 30: “Flourish,” works by Vermont artists with disabilities.
Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; prior to MainStage shows and during intermission. 652-4500, flynncenter.org.
Burlington City Arts
• Through June 10: Vox Populi American culture through portraiture. Free.
• Through June 10: Across the Distance. Contemporary Arab art video exhibition from the Barjeel Art Foundation based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Free.
135 Church St. 865-7166; burlingtoncityarts.org.
Emile A Gruppe Gallery
Emile A Gruppe Gallery in Jericho presents “Luminous Landscapes of Vermont,” painted by Julie J. McGowan and photographed by Mary Claire Carroll, artists from Richmond. The show runs June 7-15 with an artist reception Friday, June 8, 5-7:30 p.m. This exhibit brings together scenes from a naturalistic photographer and a disciple of the Hudson River School and luminism, using a 19th-century palette and techniques involving light and perspective to emphasize tranquility. McGowan will discuss her technique and its history at a presentation titled “The Hudson River School and Me” on Sunday, June 24, 1-2:30 p.m. 22 Barber Farm Rd.
Jackson Gallery at Town Hall Theater
Birds, Bees and Butterflies
June 8: 5-7 p.m. reception for the art and poetry exhibition “Birds, Bees and Butterflies in the Land of Milk and Honey” on view through July 8. Led by artist Klara Calitri the show includes many Vermont artists and writers with some pieces for sale donated to benefit the Otter Creek Audubon Society. Packets of donated milkweed seeds will be distributed at the reception. More information: 382-9222, townhalltheater.org. 68 S. Pleasant St.
Artists to Watch Part II
Through June 29. Work by Angelo Arnold (Montpelier), August Burns (Middlesex), Jean Cherouny (South Burlington), Vanessa Compton (Greensboro), Robert Gold (Burlington), Renee Greenlee (Burlington), Erika Senft Miller (Colchester), Hannah Morris (Barre),
Sam Talbot-Kelly (Montpelier), Caroline Tavelli-Abar (Rochester), Rose Umerlik (Jeffersonville).
136 State St. 828-3291, email@example.com.
Through June. Paintings by plein air landscape artist Donna Bourne, of Studio 266 in Burlington, will be on view in the tasting room through June. Bourne’s colorful work represents the natural world with her interpretation of land and sky, trees, water and light. Information at Shelburnevineyard.com, the winery’s Facebook page, and donnabourneart.com. 6308 Shelburne Road.
ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain
Through Sept. 3: “How People Make Things” exhibit inspired by Mister Rogers’ Factory Tours.
Sponsored by Vermont Public Television. Brings the manufacturing process to life showing how familiar objects are manufactured, and the people, ideas and technology used to transform raw materials into finished products. Includes hands-on activities.
1 College St. echovermont.org.
Phoenix Books Burlington
June 9: 11 a.m. Story Time with City Market, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle; reading and healthy food activity. 191 Bank St. 448-3350. phoenixbooks.biz
MEETINGS, CLASSES, CONFERENCES
Fitness at Any Age
Tuesdays 9:15 to 10 a.m. Interval type, moderate to high intensity exercise class. $10. Charlotte Senior Center. 212 Ferry Road. 425-6345, firstname.lastname@example.org
AMVETS Vermont Post 1
June 11 and second Monday of the month: 6:30 p.m. American Legion Post, 3650 Roosevelt Highway. Open to all veterans, National Guard and Reservists. John Kehoe, 796-3098, email@example.com.
Chittenden County Chess Club
Every Thursday at 7 p.m. Registration 7-7:15 p.m.; Games begin at 7:30 p.m. Great competitive fun. Information: Dave at 324-1143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Lake Champlain Waldorf High School, 122 Bostwick Road.
Shelburne Charlotte Garden Club Visit to Rocky Dale Gardens
June 12: 9:15 a.m. meet in front of Shelburne Methodist Church on Church Street to carpool for a visit to the Rocky Dale Gardens, in Bristol. A visit to their beautiful nursery is inspiring for our own gardens. Please join us. Organized by Roberta Whitmore and Aileen Chutter. Information: Ann Mead, 985-2657.
Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History
A century of photography
• Through July 8: “Our Town: Love, Joy, Sadness, and Baseball — 100 Years of Photography” featuring three dozen photographs from the Sheldon’s collection selected by retired National Geographic photographer James P. Blair along with Sheldon Museum Archivist Eva Garcelon-Hart.
• June 20: noon. Blair discusses the Our Town photographs. Limited to 20; advance reservations: 388-2117. Free with admission.
One Park Street. HenrySheldonMuseum.org.
• Through Aug. 26: In the Garden: Flower Power: Desire, Love and Sentiment; Everlasting Blooms: Floriform Metalwork of Marie Zimmermann; Invasive Species: Insects in the Home.
• June 14: 4 to 6 p.m. Garden Party at the Brick House. Sea Breeze cocktails, peony bouquets for purchase. Guided tours. Cash bar. $55; $40 members.
• June 16-17: 15th annual Classic Auto Festival. Electric vehicles. Talks, films, all ages activities. On June 16 at 5:30 p.m., ribbon-cutting ceremony for new electric solar-paneled shuttle replacing old gas-powered shuttle.
• June 23 to Oct. 21: Playing Cowboy: America’s Wild West Shows.
6000 Shelburne Road; 802-985-3346. shelburnemuseum.org.
City Hall Park
Noon, through Aug. 29. Sponsored by Burlington City Arts.
June 7: Myra Flynn, Paul Boffa & Dave Grippo.
June 8: The Jazz Thieves.
June 13: USAF American Clarinet Quartet.
June 15: Pappy.
June 20: Jacob Green
At City Hall Park. More information: burlingtoncityarts.org/summerconcerts
Discover Jazz Festival
Through June 10. 35th annual.
June 7: 5 p.m. Waterfront Tent. Cory Henry & the Funk Apostles. At 7 and 9:30 p.m. Bill Frisell Trio. FlynnSpace.
June 8: 8 p.m. Leslie Odom Jr. 10 p.m. Sasha Berliner Quartet. Flynn MainStage.
June 9: 5 p.m. Waterfront Tent. Belizbeha. At 7 and 9:30 p.m. Anat Cohen & Choro Aventuroso. FlynnSpace.
June 10: 6 p.m. Nicole Mitchell, FlynnSpace. At 8 p.m. Rhiannon Giddens, Amythyst Kiah. Flynn MainStage.
Schedule and details at discoverjazz.com. 86-FLYNN, flynntix.org.
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
June 13: 8 p.m. John Prine with Valerie June.
June 23: 1 p.m. Raffi Family Concert.
June 30: 8 p.m. Ry Cooder.
153 Main St. 86-FLYNN, flynntix.org.
Town Hall Theater
Opera Company of Middlebury
Through June 9: André Previn’s “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Composer André Previn’s take on this American classic stays faithful to the original play. “Streetcar” opens the company’s 15th season and marks the 20th show directed by Douglas Anderson and stage-managed by Mary Longey. Tickets, showtimes and details at townhalltheater.org, 382-9222 and at ocmvermont.org. 68 S. Pleasant St. Tickets: 388-9222, townhalltheater.org.
Northern Harmony Quartet Concerts
June 9: 7:30 p.m. Larry Gordon, Sinead O’Mahoney, Emma Rothman, Emily Weatherill.
Suggested sliding scale: $5 to $15. Christ Church, Taplin Auditorium, 64 State St.
426-3210, email@example.com, villageharmony.org
Northern Harmony Quartet Concerts
June 7: 7:30 p.m. Larry Gordon, Sinead O’Mahoney, Emma Rothman, Emily Weatherill.
Richmond Free Library, 201 Bridge St. Suggested sliding scale: $5 to $15. 426-3210, firstname.lastname@example.org, villageharmony.org
Ben & Jerry’s Concerts on
The Green at Shelburne Museum
June 9: The Decemberists
June 14: Sturgill Simpson; opener Lucette.
Unless otherwise noted, gates open at 6 p.m., shows at 7 p.m. All ages. 12 and under free. 877-987-6487, highergroundmusic.com. Ticketfly: ticketfly.com/venue/12599-ben-and-jerrys-concerts-on-the-green-at-shelburne-museum/
Shelburne United Methodist Church
This Sunday, June 10, at 2 p.m. Stellaria Trio – violinist Letitia Quante, cellist John Dunlop, and pianist Claire Black – perform a program they call “Dark Horses.” It features Beethoven’s Piano Trio No. 6 in E-flat Major and Dvořák’s Piano Trio No. 3 in F Minor – two robust yet lesser-known works by these celebrated composers. Free. Donations welcome (suggested $20 adults, $5 children). Ten percent of proceeds will be matched by Vermont Republic Landscaping and Patents as a donation to the Vermont River Conservancy. Shelburne United Methodist Church, 30 Church Street, Shelburne.
• June 7: Doors at 6 p.m., music at 6:30. First Thursday Concert. Outdoors, weather permitting. Music by Joe Sabourin and his band My Mother’s Mustache playing a range from Motown, funk, blues and World music. Bring chairs, blankets, kids. Benefits Steps to End Domestic Violence. Food by Taco Truck All Stars. Fiddlehead beer, wine. Free.
• June 9: Doors 6:30 p.m., music at 7. Myra Flynn with Paul Boffa and jazz friends. Picnic and concert. $10. Food by Taco Truck All Stars; Fiddlehead beer and wine. Limited seating with tickets online at picatic.com/event15260629807422.
6308 Shelburne Road. shelburnevineyard.com or Facebook.
Frendly Gathering Music Festival
June 28, 29, 30: Twiddle, Greensky Bluegrass, Kamasi Washington, and more.
Sugarbush (Mt. Ellen). Weekend passes: frendlygathering.com.
Green Mountain Bicycle Club
Upcoming weekend rides
All riders must wear helmets and obey the rules of the road. Check with ride leaders if weather is questionable. Riders under 18 must have a signed waiver from a parent. Rides begin promptly 15 min. after the meeting time. Announced by Thursdays, Social Rides are more leisurely versions of the mapped ride. Email email@example.com to be added to the Social Riders contact list.
• June 9: 10 a.m. Introductory Ride for new riders. 12-20 miles at a
leisurely pace to teach new cyclists the rules of the road and how to ride in a group.
Meet at Veterans Memorial Park, South Burlington, Wheeler lot.
Leader: Kevin Batson – 825-2618/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Co- Leader: Holly Creeks – 233-9013 / email@example.com
• June 10: 9:15 a.m. Hinesburg Hollow. Through Huntington via Hinesburg Hollow Road. Short route is 25 mi. (moderate) and returns to Williston via North Road; long one is 47 mi. (moderate/strenuous) continues through North Ferrisburgh to the lake and back through Hinesburg. Meet at Williston Central School by the tennis courts.
Leader: Tom Kennedy – 735-5359 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Leader: Glen Brooks – 373-1583 / email@example.com
Social Ride Leader: Donna Leban – 862-1901 / firstname.lastname@example.org
• June 17: 9:15 a.m. Champlain Bridge Ride. Rides cross the bicycle-friendly Champlain Bridge. The 43-mile route (moderate) stops at Crown Point; 55-mile route (moderate) makes a loop on the New York side through Port Henry. Social Ride may begin at a different time and/or location. Call ahead. Meet at Vergennes Union High School, Monkton Road, east parking lot.
Leader: Ralph Kilmoyer – 878-4070 / email@example.com
Co-Leader: Amy Otten – 878-4070 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Ride Leader: Donna Leban – 862-1901 / email@example.com
Main Street Landing
Black Box Theatre
June 14: 7 p.m. Yvonne Daley, “Going Up the Country: When the Hippies, Dreamers, Freaks, and Radicals Moved to Vermont.” Reading, short panel discussion. 60 Lake St. 448-3350, phoenixbooks.biz
Phoenix Books Burlington
• June 12: Retired Burlington lawyer James Dunn discusses his new book, “Breach of Trust: The Ethics Scandal That Challenged the Integrity of the Vermont Judiciary” which delves into the 1987 ethics scandal that shook the roots of the Vermont judiciary. Chittenden County Assistant Judge Jane Wheel became the first and only Vermont judge ever charged with a criminal felony and charged with a violation of the Code of Judicial Conduct.
• June 19: Robin MacArthur, “Heart Spring Mountain,” first novel set against Tropical Storm Irene as a backdrop by author of “Half Wild: Stories.”
• June 21: “Roads Taken: Contemporary Vermont Poetry,” Green Writers Press. David Cavanagh, Jean Connor, Chard deNiord, Karin Gottshall, David Huddle, Kerrin McCadden, Elizabeth Powell, Martha Zweig.
7 p.m. talks: $3 for Vermont Foodbank; includes $5 discount coupon for featured book. Coupons expire at end of event. 191 Bank St. 448-3350. phoenixbooks.biz.
Central Vermont Refugee Action Network
“Borders and Walls”
June 15: 7 to 9 p.m. A forum on current challenges for refugees, immigrants and migrant workers in Vermont and how to help them. Former refugees, Migrant Justice, American Civil Liberties Union, Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program, case workers, etc. Moderated by The Rev. Joan Javier-Duval. Unitarian Church of Montpelier, 130 Main St. firstname.lastname@example.org
Agency of Natural Resources
Moose herd discussion
June 26: 4 to 5 p.m. Presentation/discussion of the health of Vermont’s moose herd. Dewey Building, 1 National Life Drive. Link to join remotely at anr.vermont.gov/node/1100
• June 16: 8 p.m. Anthony Jeselnik: “Funny Games.” Stand-up comedian from Pittsburgh, Pa.
• June 20: 8 p.m. David Cross, “Oh Come On.” Emmy Award winner and Grammy Award nominee; stand-up comedy.
• June 12-16 at 7:30 p.m.; June 17 at 2 p.m.: Vermont Stage Company presents The (directing) Bake Off with Noel Coward’s “Private Lives.” Seventh annual presentation of one play made three ways with three parts, three directors, three casts. Followed by Q&A with directors and audience.
• June 29-30: Flynn Youth Theater Company presents “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown.” June 29 shows at 4 and 7 p.m. June 30 at 1 and 4 p.m.
153 Main St. 86-FLYNN, flynntix.org
Black Box Theatre
at Main Street Landing
“Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill”
June 7-10: 7:30 p.m. Lanie Robertson’s Tony award-winning play about jazz legend Billie Holiday in 1959. Adult language; age 17 up.
60 Lake St. 86-FLYNN, flynntix.org.
Lost Nation Theater
Through June 17: Water politics are onstage in this multiple Tony Award, Obie Award and Critics Circle Award-winning musical by Mark Hollmann & Greg Kotis, Thursdays-Sundays, through June 17. Evening shows at 7:30 p.m. Weekend matinee performances at 2 p.m. This satire on capitalism, populism, politics, people, and musical theater itself is and a cautionary tale about clean water. Montpelier City Hall Arts Center, 39 Main St. Tickets: 229-0492, email@example.com, lostnationtheater.org.