Shelburne Museum offers American painting symposium

Shelburne Museum offers American painting symposium

Vermont’s world-renowned Shelburne Museum will highlight its acclaimed collection of American paintings with a special, full-day symposium on Saturday, Sept. 20 including tours of the museum’s installation of American paintings (Painting A Nation: American Art at Shelburne Museum), discussions, and lectures. Noted scholars participating in the day’s discussions and gallery tours include Carol Troyen, the… Read More »

Vermont Stage Company’s 21st season announced, collaboration with Shelburne native Greg Pierce continues

Vermont Stage Company’s 21st season announced, collaboration with Shelburne native Greg Pierce continues

Vermont Stage Company will celebrate its 21st season as Burlington’s premier professional theatre company with an inspired selection of notable new plays. “Last season we took a look back as we celebrated our 20th Anniversary. Now we charge into our next 20 years by delivering the best in cutting-edge contemporary American playwriting. This season includes… Read More »

Friends For Andy A_Dog Williams plan fundraiser

Friends For Andy A_Dog Williams plan fundraiser

Burlington DJ Andy A_Dog Williams passed away on Dec. 26, 2013, after a yearlong fight against Acute Myeloid Leukemia at the young age of 38. Throughout his fight, Andy was courageous, fearless, hopeful, positive, and smiling until the end. Andy may be gone, but his musical and artistic legacy and those he affected will remain… Read More »

Performance celebrates 150-year-old organ Sept. 7

A special organ recital will be performed on Sunday, Sept. 7 at 3pm in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the E. & G.G. Hook Organ, which was built and installed in the First Baptist Church in Burlington in 1864. This is one of only four remaining playable Hook’s in Vermont and is the oldest… Read More »

Local potters and students exhibit work

An exhibition of pottery by three clay instructors at the Shelburne Craft School and their students will be on display at the Craft School’s gallery. Community members are urged to stop by the gallery for the opening reception with the artists on Thursday, Sept. 4 from 5-7pm. Instructor Jules Polk worked with indigenous potters in… Read More »

Annual celebration of garlic

Annual celebration of garlic

You can almost smell it from here. On Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 30 and 31, the aroma of herbs and garlic will fill the air at the popular Southern Vermont Garlic & Herb Festival in Bennington in the field in front of the shops at Camelot Village on Route 9. Considered one of the Top 10… Read More »

Grab your kilt and go Scottish Festival returns to Quechee

Grab your kilt and go Scottish Festival returns to Quechee

Plan to attend the 42nd annual Scottish Festival on Saturday, Aug. 23 from 8am-4:30pm at the Polo Field in Quechee. Attendees will not want to miss the traditional Scottish pipe bands that will play in massed band formation at 11:30am and again for closing ceremonies at 4:30pm. There will also be a Grade IV and… Read More »

Celebrate Vermont’s little city this weekend

Celebrate Vermont’s little city this weekend

Vergennes Day celebrates its 33rd year on Saturday, Aug. 23. The event official kicks off with a street dance in City Park featuring the music of “The Hitmen” on Friday evening, Aug. 22 from 7 to 10pm. Vergennes Day, hosted and sponsored by the Addison County Chamber of Commerce and area businesses, is a celebration… Read More »

Civil War Days commemorates 150th anniversary in Cambridge

Civil War Days commemorates 150th anniversary in Cambridge

The historical village of Cambridge will once again be the scene for Civil War Days with various educational and entertaining activities Aug. 23 and 24. Free and open to the public on Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 3:30pm, this weekend’s festivities will be the last of this series commemorating the 150th anniversary… Read More »