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3/23/01 - 3/23/13River Rock School Sixth Annual Mud Season Auction
Place: Unitarian Church Montpelier
Contact Name: Elizabeth Mandell
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 - 1/1/13Vermont Artists for VT Relief CD
Contact Name: Glory Reinstein
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 - 9/3/12Exhibit Opening - Our Body: the Universe Within
Place: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Time: 10 am - 5 pm
Contact Name: Front Desk
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.
6/5/12 - 6/30/12A Digital Art Show
City: St. Albans
Place: Village Frame Shoppe & Gallery
Time: Tue-Sat 10-5
Contact Name: Dan Pattullo
Phone: (802) 524-3699
Village Frame Shoppe & Gallery is currently exhibiting “A Digital Art Show” a collection of artwork by local artists working in a digital environment. Artists were encouraged to be creative and produce digital paintings using their favorite image editing software. The images were then output to different types of print media including watercolor paper, photo paper or canvas and then prepared for display. "I'm excited to see the variety of styles and talent that the digital artists submitted for this exhibit!", said gallery owner, Daniel Pattullo. Participating artists include Chadwick Anthony Bourgeois, Michael Thomas-Adam, Melvin Harris, John Wolff, Dave Russell, Sandy Fox, Andy Brown, Corliss Blakely, Chepe Cuadra and Karen Day-Vath. Village Frame Shoppe & Gallery is a fine art gallery located on Main Street. in St. Albans, Vermont. The gallery features artwork by Vermont’s leading artists including Eric Tobin, Corliss Blakely, Peter Miller, Fred Swan, John Clarke Olson, among others. The gallery hangs rotating shows throughout the year to feature local talent. “A Digital Art Show” will be on display June 5 - June 30, 2012. The gallery will host a reception on June 15 from 6-8 PM with refreshments served. The reception is open to the public. For more information please contact the gallery by calling (802) 524-3699. Visit Village Frame Shoppe and Gallery online at www.VTFrameshop.com or www.facebook.com/pictureframer. The gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday 10-5.
6/11/12 - 7/14/12Summer Book Sale
Place: Kellogg-Hubbard Library
Contact Name: Caroline Simpson
The next book sale begins Monday, June 11 at 10am! We have some of the best book sales in Vermont at great prices. Our books are high-quality and organized by subject. Many are brand-new!
6/12/12 - 10/9/12Storytime in the Nestlings Nook
Place: Birds of Vermont Museum • 900 Sherman Hollow Road • Huntington, Vermont
Price: Free with admission ($6 or less)
Time: second Tuesdays, 10:30am-11:15am
Contact Name: Museum staff
Phone: 802 434-2167
Join us for stories about birds and more, followed by a craft project, music, or nature walk, depending on the topics and weather. We meet on the second Tuesday of each month, May - October. Got a favorite book about birds? Share it with us! Free with admission * Great for pre-schoolers. Optional: pre-register by emailing email@example.com or calling (802) 434-2167 Birds of Vermont Museum 900 Sherman Hollow Road Huntington, Vermont 05462
6/13/12 - 7/29/12Hey Joe: An homage to Joseph Cornell
Place: BigTown Gallery
Price: Free and open to the public
Contact Name: Rachel Andreyev
OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2012, 5-7pm. With Hey Joe: An Homage to Joseph Cornell, Vermont artist and SUNY Plattsburgh Associate Professor W. David Powell has assembled a crew of New England artists for all of whom Joseph Cornell has been an important influence. Although Joseph Cornell is mainly known for his assemblage work, it must be said that he was influenced by the early collage work of major artists of the time such as Picasso, Braque, Ernst, and Schwitters, to name but a few. Cornell joined this pantheon, which became the pivotal influence on generations of subsequent artists, not least collage artists. Varujan Boghosian and Rosamond Wolff Purcell have exhibited at BigTown Gallery multiple times in both solo and group shows. W. David Powell, Marcus Ratliff, and Peter Thomashow have likewise shown work at BigTown in various group shows. Appearing as well is the work of Todd Bartel, Joe Brainard, Kirsten Hoving, Michael Oatman and Robert Seydel. We are enthusiastic about the diversity and breadth of the work in this exhibition, and look forward to what will be a lively and thought provoking juxtaposition.
6/18/12 - 7/22/12Champlain Discovery For Teens
Place: Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Price: Tuition is $2,950 and includes instruction, materials, equipment and food on camping trip. See website for scholarship info.
Contact Name: Eloise Beil
Champlain Discovery (For Teens) This exciting co-educational program will give ten individuals, age 13–16, the opportunity to build a 17' sea kayak, then launch their newly built boats and embark on a 11-day paddling and camping exploration of Lake Champlain. Students own the kayak they build upon completion of the program. Boat Building: The first three weeks will be a day-program held at the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (8:30am-4:30pm) Kayaking and Camping: This 12-day kayaking adventure will launch from Whitehall, NY and head north on Lake Champlain, to Burlington, VT. To enroll call Chris McClain at 802-475-2022, ext 101, between 9:00–4:30, M–F. Boatbuiling @LCMM 6/18-7/11 8:30am-4:30pm; Kayaking/Camping trip from Whitehall, NY to Burlington, VT 7/12-7/22.
6/20/12 - 7/7/12Good People
Place: The Dorset Theatre Festival
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Pulitzer and Tony Award winning writer-David Lindsay Abaire (Rabbit Hole), has written a moving, funny and thought provoking play set in Boston's Southie, which takes a brave look at the "have's and have not's" with this heart warming story for which Frances McDormand won the Tony Award for Best Actress.
6/21/12 - 7/8/12The WPTC Young Company in: YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN
Place: OtherStages Performance at the Weston Rod and Gun Club
Price: $38 - $61
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Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts gang come to life in this delightful musical by Weston alum Clark Gesner. Weston’s Young Company performs this family favorite about friendship and what it means to be truly happy.
6/25/12 - 6/30/12Dear Pina
Place: The Breeding Barn at Shelburne Farms
Price: Mon - Tues $15, Wed - Sat $25
Contact Name: Flynn Theatre
Dear Pina is an evening-length dance/theater tribute to Pina Bausch, the well-known German choreographer who changed the shape of dance and influenced many artists around the world, including Vermont choreographer Hannah Dennison, the originator and director of Dear Pina. Dear Pina is a swirling opus of relationships in motion performed by a topnotch ensemble of 30 dancers from Vermont and one ‘tall dignified couple’. Tender vignettes and lyrical phrases, an explosive rhythmic crowd and an intimate duet dream, breathless repetitions and distant chaos combine to create this "love letter" to Pina Bausch. Original music composed by Dave Severance, choreography by Hannah Dennison, Amy LePage and Hanna Satterlee, costumes by Marz Black, and lighting by Stefan Jacobs, set in the expansive interior of the breeding barn at Shelburne Farms, combine to make this Vermont-grown creation is a must-see. Presented by Cradle to Grave Arts in partnership with the Flynn Center. "Hannah has Pina Bausch’s great sense of theater. Her work is fresh and engaging." Kate Robinson Schubart Please visit www.hannahdennison.org for video clips and more information
6/26/12 - 7/7/12The Hound of the Baskervilles
Place: MainStage Performance at the Weston Playhouse
Price: $38 - $61
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The game’s afoot! This wildly funny adaptation of the classic Sherlock Holmes thriller features mystery, suspense, adventure and non-stop laughs. Three actors play all the roles in a tour de force that took the London stage by storm.
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