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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

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.

4/14/12 - 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

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.

5/1/12 - 5/31/12

May is Vermont First Tee Month
Place: Golf Clubs in Vermont
Price: Free
Time: Varies
Contact Name: Richard H. Mihlrad
Phone: 802-645-1907

A half-day statewide event where we invite all First Tee'ers to visit their participating local golf courses for a day of fun and enrichment.

5/3/12 - 5/6/12

Trollbeads Mother’s Day Special Event
City: Burlington
Place: After Midnight Jewelers
Price: Free
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Contact Name: Amy Weyer
Phone: 802-862-3608

Trollbeads Mother’s Day Special Event will be held May 3-6, 2012! You already know that this is the perfect time to purchase the Trollbeads items that mom has had her eye on, so here are the great deals you can expect: Receive a FREE sterling silver bracelet with the purchase of a decorative clasp ($46 value) Gift of one FREE Italian glass Trollbead with the purchase of any three Trollbeads ($31 value) Receive 50% OFF all Trollbeads rings ($45- $120 value) *while supplies last Cookies and refreshments will be provided, as well as a free gift with your Facebook check-in

5/4/12 - 5/6/12

Chicago the Musical
City: Newport
Place: North Country Union High School
Price: $10.00-$25.00
Time: 7:30pm, 7:30pm, and 2:00pm
Contact Name: Chase Gosselin
Phone: 1-802-673-5762

Act Three Theatricals presents... CHICAGO THE MUSICAL May 4th, 2012: 7:30pm May 5th, 2012: 7:30pm May 6th, 2012: 2:00pm Directed by Michael Chase Gosselin Premiering in 1975 and the hit of the 1997 Broadway season in a production that originated at City Center's Encore! series, Chicago won six Tony Awards including Best Revival and later the Academy Award as Best Picture of the Year. In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another "Merry Murderess", Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the "American Dream": fame, fortune and acquittal. This sharp edged satire features a dazzling score that sparked immortal staging by Bob Fosse.

5/6/12 - 5/6/12

Give My Regards To Broadway
City: Middlebury
Place: The Lodge at Otter Creek
Price: Free
Time: 2:00 PM
Contact Name: Kelly Moore
Phone: 802-362-3806

Singing and gracefully dancing his way into your hearts, tenor solosit Kelly Moore, founder of Music For Mankind®, performs his show Give My Regards To Broadway of popular Broadway and American favorites with piano accompaniment. Included in the performance 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. Including his talents as composer, musician, filmmaker and humanitarian, Mr. Moore is an accomplished vocalist and dancer 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 on radio in ten countries. Mr. Moore founded Music For Mankind® in 2007 as a way to offer his help in alleviating chronic global hunger. Music For Mankind®, sponsored by Luxbrush Painting Company, Maple Street School, The Image Loft, Manchester Carpet, and Graph-X, Inc., 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 Music For Mankind® concerts, food drives and other humanitarian initiatives have fed over 40,000 people since it’s inception in 2007. For more information about Music For Mankind® visit or call 802-362-3806.

5/8/12 - 5/8/12

Science and Stories: Seed Science
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

A seed holds all the promise of a colorful field of flowers and a bountiful garden. We will plant some seeds together that you can take home and watch as they take root, sprout and grow. Free with admission. 1.877.324.6386

5/8/12 - 5/8/12

Vermont's Digital Future Calendar
City: Burlington
Place: Champlain College, Burlington, VT
Price: $40
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Contact Name: Joanna Cummings
Phone: 802-859-3090

Join digital leaders and Vermonters statewide to set the path for Internet technology use in our state that will create jobs, enliven our communities, reinvent schools and increase citizen participation. We will convene individuals and groups to create priorities and action steps, leading to the expansion of opportunities in all sectors of our state. Register here: Governor Peter Shumlin will kick off the event with a welcome address that highlights state broadband projects, and how his administration supports expanded access to technology, training and resources. The conference keynote speaker will be Nicco Mele, a leading expert in the integration of social media and Web 2.0 with politics, business and communications, and webmaster for Governor Howard Dean's 2004 presidential campaign. All Vermonters have a stake in ensuring their communities embrace broadband as it expands across our state. Your participation is critical to creating a Connected Vermont! The conference registration fee is $40 before May 7, $50 at the door on May 8. Students can register for only $15. Register here: For more information, please contact Joanna Cummings, conference coordinator:, or call 802-859-3090 This event is brought to you by the e-Vermont Community Broadband Project ( and the Snelling Center for Government (

5/9/12 - 5/9/12

Reading and Discussion of the novel Lyddie by Katherine Paterson
City: Montpelier
Place: Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Price: Free
Time: 7PM
Contact Name: Caroline Simpson
Phone: 802-223-3338

Join this discussion of Lyddie, a compelling journey of self-discovery about a young girl who works to regain her small Vermont farm and reunite her family at the dawn of the industrial revolution. The discussion will be led by Morgan Irons who has been involved in theater for over thirty years as an actor, producer, director, and teacher. She studied at the New Actors Workshop in New York, and has appeared in numerous area productions. Copies of the Lyddie are available at the adult circulation desk at the library.

5/10/12 - 5/10/12

“Our Body” After Dark Speaker Series: Diseases of Aging, Osteoarthritis, Joint Replacement and Osteoporosis
City: Burlington
Place: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price: $15 member/$20 non-member
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Contact Name: Front Desk
Phone: 1.877.324.6386

discussion and walk-through of Our Body: The Universe Within exhibit with medical experts from UVM College of Medicine. Cash bar and hors d'oeuvres. Two twenty minute "walk-and-talks" will occur at 7 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.

5/10/12 - 5/10/12

Jack Beatty reading from his new book, The Lost History of 1914: Reconsidering the Year the Great War Began
City: Montpelier
Place: Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Price: Free
Time: 7PM
Contact Name: Caroline Simpson
Phone: 802-223-3338

Jack Beatty, News Analyst for "On Point," the National Pubic Radio talk and public affairs show heard on VPR, will be reading from his new book, The Lost History of 1914: Reconsidering the Year the Great War Began. Mr. Beatty questions the widely held assumption that World War I was inevitable. He writes: “Most books about 1914 map the path leading to war. This one maps five paths that led away from it.” Bear Pond Books will be selling copies of the book at this event. For more information, call the library at 223-3338.

5/11/12 - 5/11/12

Tammy Fletcher Concert
City: South Hero
Place: Folsom Center
Price: $20
Time: 7:00
Contact Name: Robin Way
Phone: 802-372-6425

Tammy Fletcher and her band appear at Folsom School in South Hero on Friday night, May 11th in a concert that benefits the programs of C.I.D.E.R. Concert begins at 7:00 and tickets are $20

5/11/12 - 5/12/12

City: Burlington
Place: One Church Street
Time: Friday 6-8pm, Saturday 11am-6pm
Contact Name: Alexandra Tursi
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One Vermont organization is turning recycled clothing into cash for community benefit. On May 11-12, 2012, The Clothes Exchange, Vermont’s social enterprise dedicated to eco-friendly fashion, will host its annual fundraising event at the top of the Church Street Marketplace in Burlington, VT. The pop-up shop is presented with generous support from presenting sponsor Seventh Generation, the nation's leading brand of environmentally-friendly products, and is made up of two events: • SHOP FIRST will take place on May 11, 6-8pm. Tickets are $110. Attendees enjoy the benefit of a personal shopper and stylist. • The POP-UP SHOP will be free and open to the public on Saturday, May 12, from 11am-6pm. Attendees can purchase pre-loved apparel and new items donated by more than 20 local retailers and national brands, at bargain prices of nearly 80% off.

5/12/12 - 5/12/12

Brattleboro Women's Chorus Spring Concert
City: Brattleboro
Place: First Baptist Church
Price: $15 generous, $10 adult, $8 student/senior
Time: 7:30 pm
Contact Name: Becky Graber
Phone: 802-254-8994

Over sixty women will be joined by world-class pianist, Alki Steriopoulos, clarinet virtuoso, Anna Patton, and Patton’s Women’s Vocal Harmony Ensemble class at the Vermont Jazz Center. The concert will feature two songs by composer Diane Benjamin, one of which was arranged for the chorus, “Enjoy Your Life.” Several gospel songs will be sung, including “Lookin’ for a Miracle.” Also presented will be Graber’s arrangement of the jazz standard, “God Bless the Child.” Tickets only at the door.

5/12/12 - 5/12/12

NorthWoods Art, Plant, and Craft Fair
City: Charleston
Place: NorthWoods Stewardship Center
Price: Free to attend
Time: 10am - 4pm
Contact Name: Maria Young
Phone: 802-723-6551 xt 115

This event will feature exclusively handmade and Vermont made products,including jewelry, photography, paintings, woodcrafts, garden plants, jams/preserves, soaps, Master Gardener's info, and Eden Ice Cider.

5/12/12 - 5/13/12

Horses Know The Way Home
City: Stockbridge
Place: Sable View Natural Horsemanship
Price: 100.00 per day per person
Time: 9 am
Contact Name: Leslie Chadwell
Phone: 802-558-3747

Brian Reid and his horse Brenda Lee will show us how to break through our self limiting bubbles. no horses needed, just bring yourself. Kids, parents, executives, entrepreneurs, good for all,
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