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Vermont Area Events for 4/8/12 through 4/14/12

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3/23/01 - 3/23/13

River Rock School Sixth Annual Mud Season Auction
City: Montpelier
Place: Unitarian Church Montpelier
Price: donation
Time: 1:00
Contact Name: Elizabeth Mandell
Phone: 8022234700
Email: riverrockschool@comcast.net

River Rock School’s Silent and Called auction will be held Saturday March 23rd at the Unitarian Church in Montpelier. The preview and silent auction starts at 1:00 pm and the live called auction will begins at 1:30 pm. The live auction is always a show and there will be food and drinks for sale. The proceeds help support River Rock School, a small independent school offering handcrafted education in Montpelier. See the growing list of auction items at www.riverrockschool.org or call River Rock School at (802) 223-4700.

10/12/11 - 1/1/13

Vermont Artists for VT Relief CD
City: Burlington
Place: Online
Price: Various
Time: Ongoing
Contact Name: Glory Reinstein
Phone: 802-279-3233
Email: info@mallettsbayrecords.com

Get acquainted with some of Vermont's best singer/songwriters by purchasing an 18-track compilation CD that helped victims after Tropical Storm Irene hit Vermont in August 2011. The CD can be purchased at the website, or on iTunes, or at Apple Mountain Gifts on Church St. Burlington, VT.

4/7/12 - 4/8/12

Spring Fling and Annual Pond Skim
City: Stratton Mountain
Place: 5 Village Lodge Road
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Contact Name: Nazli Kfoury
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Email: nkfoury@intrawest.com

There’s no better time to be at the mountain than the last weekend of the year. A season full of soft snow, longer days and activities including BBQs, the annual Pond Skim and more!

4/8/12 - 4/8/12

Easter Bunny Express Tickets on sale
City: White River Junction
Place: 102 Railroad Row White River Junction VT
Price: $25 adults, $20 children
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Contact Name: James Lambert
Phone: 802-774-7770
Email: jlambert622@yahoo.com

Hop On Board for an Hour and a Half Excursion. The Easter Bunny Boards at the Montshire for the Ride. Join the Easter Egg Hunt & Easter Candy back at the Depot! Bring Your Easter Baskets Along! 10:30 am. Adult: $25 • Child: $20

4/8/12 - 4/8/12

Music for a Sunday Afternoon Concert by Andrea Passigli
City: Marlboro
Place: Marlboro College
Price: No Charge
Time: 3:00 PM
Contact Name: Public Relations Office
Phone: 802-251-7644
Email: pr@marlboro.edu

Renowned Italian pianist Andrea Passigli will perform a program of works by Franz Schubert, all of them composed near the end of his life. A former student of Rudolf Serkin and participant in the Marlboro Music Festival, Passigli is now a professor at the Conservatory G. Frescobaldi in Ferrara, Italy. He has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe and the United States, and recorded a two-CD album of solo works by Schubert. Passigli will play Schubert's Impromptu in C Minor, Drei Klavierstücke, or "Three Piano Pieces," and the Sonata in B-flat Major, which he has called "a play between a light both serene and euphoric and sad shadows filled with pain and doubt."

4/9/12 - 4/9/12

Writing in the Present Tense--A PoemCity Program
City: Montpelier
Place: Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Price: Free
Time: 7PM
Contact Name: Caroline Simpson
Phone: 802-223-3338
Email: csimpson@kellogghubbard.org

Hayes Room, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main Street | 7 PM This workshop will use a simple free-verse structure to facilitate the writing of poems that focus on using the senses and detail to explore what is present in any given moment and setting. Led by former Maine poet laureate Baron Wormser of Cabot.

4/10/12 - 4/10/12

Science and Stories: The Pond Habitat
City: Burlington
Place: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price: Free with admission
Time: 11:00 am
Contact Name: Front Desk
Phone: 1.877.324.6386
Email: info@echovermont.org

Do you know the ingredients of a pond? Join Elizabeth as she mixes one up and together we will stock it with the creatures that call the pond habitat their home. Free with admission. 1.877.324.6386

4/12/12 - 4/12/12

Artists and Social Action: films and conversations with Victoria Marks
City: Bellows Falls
Place: Bellows Falls Opera House
Price: Free
Time: 6:00PM
Contact Name: Sara Coffey
Phone: 802-257-3361
Email: sara@vermontperformancelab.org

Victoria Marks is an artist who is interested in exposing and expanding our notions of disability through dance and film. She will be sharing some of her films before returning this summer to work on a new film project with teens and adult women in Bellows Falls. Come early and join us at 6PM to enjoy some hors d’oeuvres with the artist and to learn more about Marks’ summer project dance/film project in Bellows Falls.

4/12/12 - 4/12/12

Orientation to Raise a Guiding Eyes Puppy
City: South Burlington
Place: Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Price: Free
Time: 7:00pm - 8:30 pm
Contact Name: Rachel Silverman
Phone: 845-661-1014
Email: rsilverman@guidingeyes.org

Guiding Eyes for the Blind will hold a series of orientation classes for anyone interested in becoming a volunteer puppy raiser or puppy sitter for the nonprofit organization. Puppy raisers welcome 8 week old puppies into their homes then with full support from Guiding Eyes, they love, nurture, and educate the puppies for a 14 to 16 month period before sending them off to their calling as guide dogs. All individuals welcome. FREE. Classes are 4/12, 4/19, 4/26, and 5/3 from 7pm-8:30pm. MUST attend all classes. RSVP required. To learn more prior to attending the class, please contact Rachel Silverman at 845-661-1014 or rsilverman@guidingeyes.org. Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 60 Kimball Street, South Burlington, VT.

4/13/12 - 4/13/12

Brown Bag Lunch: Share Your Own--A PoemCity Program
City: Montpelier
Place: Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Price: Free
Time: Noon
Contact Name: Caroline Simpson
Phone: 802-223-3338
Email: csimpson@kellogghubbard.org

Brown Bag Lunch: Share Your Own Hayes Room, Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main Street | noon Share your work in a small group setting with other local poets. Come meet other writers during your lunch hour.

4/13/12 - 4/13/12

Give My Regards To Broadway
City: Montpelier
Place: Westview Meadows at Montpelier
Price: Free
Time: 2:00 PM
Contact Name: Kelly Moore
Phone: 802-362-3806
Email: kelly@musicformankind.net

Tenor soloist Kelly Moore, founder of Music For Mankind®, performs popular Broadway and American favorites with pianist Dan Boomhower. Included in this concert are show-stoppers "Somewhere" from West Side Story, "Younger Than Springtime" from South Pacific, "On The Street Where You Live", from My Fair Lady, "Try To Remember" from the longest-running musical off-Broadway, The Fantasticks, "Come To Me, Bend To Me" from Brigadoon, and of course "Give My Regards To Broadway" from the ever popular George M. And no show is complete without the favorite sing-a-long "Edelweiss" from The Sound of Music. Mr. Moore is an accomplished vocalist who has performed extensively in the US and also performed in Europe. His latest CD “Silently Hoping” went to #37 in the US and played in ten countries. Music For Mankind® is a series of benefit concerts with proceeds contributed to the United Nations World Food Program, Feeding America, and other humanitarian organizations for hunger and disaster relief locally and globally. Contributions from the Music For Mankind® concerts, food drives and other humanitarian initiatives have fed over 40,000 people since its inception in 2007. For more information about Music For Mankind® visit www.musicformankind.net or call 802-362-3806.

4/13/12 - 4/13/12

Technomusicology Talk by Wayne Marshall
City: Marlboro
Place: Marlboro College
Price: No Charge
Time: 4:00 PM
Contact Name: Public Relations Office
Phone: 802-251-7644
Email: pr@marlboro.edu

Wayne Marshall is a musicologist, blogger (wayneandwax.com) and producer whose work focuses on media and cultural politics across the U.S., the Caribbean and the wider world. Currently teaching at Brandeis University, he is working on two books, one about Dutch club music and another on grassroots creativity in the age of YouTube. He co-edited Reggaeton (Duke 2009) and has written for The Wire, The Fader, and the Boston Phoenix as well as academic journals Popular Music and Callaloo. DJing as Wayne & Wax, he co-hosts a weekly “experimental party” in Boston called Beat Research dedicated to connecting musical dots across the wide world of bass-centric, computer-age dance music.

4/14/12 - 4/14/12

Donate Life Vermont Tweetup - Social Saves 2
City: Burlington
Place: The Skinny Pancake - 60 Lake Street, Burlington, VT
Price: Free
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Contact Name: Sara Careter
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Email: sara@donatelifevt.org

It is time for Donate Life Vermont's annual tweetup, and we want to see you there!! What is a tweetup? A tweetup is a get together to meet with local Vermonters that you may know “virtually” to get to know in person! This particular tweetup is created to network with Vermont locals while supporting the important cause of organ and tissue donation! Bring out all of your friends and family members (don’t forget about your virtual ones!) to an event of mingling, food, and guest speakers while supporting your community. Currently, Vermont has the LOWEST number of organ and tissue donor registrants in the country with only about 3% ofthe state officially registered. Let’s use this social saves event to bring awareness, have fun, and make a change! Hashtag #SocialSaves2 * The Skinny Pancake is making special “Blue and Green” Donate Life Vermont crepes for this event. Get them before they’re gone! To learn more about organ and tissue donation or to register on the official state registry please visit www.DonateLifeVT.org.

4/14/12 - 4/14/12

Free public screening of Sundance Channel's: Africa Diary
City: Grafton
Place: Phelps Barn Pub at Grafton Inn
Price: Free
Time: 7 pm
Contact Name: Grafton Inn
Phone: 802-843-2231
Email: info@graftoninnvermont.com

Filmmaker/Journalist L.M. Kit Carson is hosting a screening of his new multi-platform digital documentary series entitled “Africa Diary,” at Phelps Barn Pub at the Grafton Inn on April 14 at 7 p.m. The new documentary series will be airing on The Sundance Channel later this year. The series was shot exclusively using cell phone technology.

4/14/12 - 4/14/12

Spell Check! A Spelling Bee for Grown-Ups!
City: Brattleboro
Place: Latchis Theatre
Price: $10/adult; $8/child
Time: 6pm
Contact Name: Gail Nunziata
Phone: 802-254-1109, Ext. 3
Email: spellcheck@latchisarts.org.

Spell Check! A Spelling Bee for Grown-Ups A Latchis Arts Benefit: A Humorous Evening of Serious Thought! April 14th, 2012 At THE LATCHIS THEATRE, 6:00 P.M. Latchis Arts celebrates its 4th annual Spell Check! A Spelling Bee for Grown-Ups on the main stage of the Latchis Theatre. This exciting competition pits trios of spellers against one another before a whimsical panel of judges: Archer Mayor, Jim Maxwell, and Master of Ceremonies Tom Bodett. Rampant wordplay, anecdotes, bicycle horns, and laughter are sure to deliver the most outrageous of serious evenings.

4/14/12 - 4/14/12

Spring Craft Fair
City: South Burlington
Place: University Mall
Time: 9:30am - 5:00pm
Contact Name: Jamie Polli
Phone: 18028631066
Email: jpolli@finardproperties.com

Over 60 of the region's most talented artisans and local crafters will display and sell their products. Center court and Bon-Ton hallways. Saturday 9:30am - 5:00pm.

4/14/12 - 9/3/12

Exhibit Opening - Our Body: the Universe Within
City: Burlington
Place: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price: $17.50-$22.50
Time: 10 am - 5 pm
Contact Name: Front Desk
Phone: 1.877.324.6386
Email: info@echovermont.org

Our Body: the Universe Within is a traveling science exhibit on human anatomy. The exhibit consists of six galleries of actual human specimens in a logical presentation of the biological systems of the human body: Musculoskeletal, Head and Nervous, Urinary/Reproductive (including a unit on prenatal), Digestive, Respiratory, and Cardiovascular. The exhibition was designed to educate, enlighten, and allow all who attend to understand the complexities of the human body and to see how each system functions and relates to all the other systems. As a way to orient the visitor, the exhibit opens with a display of the history of anatomy throughout the ages from the earliest drawings to the present-day process of plastination.
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