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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.

6/12/12 - 10/9/12

Storytime in the Nestlings Nook
City: Huntington
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 or calling (802) 434-2167 Birds of Vermont Museum 900 Sherman Hollow Road Huntington, Vermont 05462

6/30/12 - 10/13/12

Historic Tour of UVM
City: Burlington
Place: Tours meet at the statue of Ira Allen on the UVM Green just south of the large fountain at the center of the green.
Price: FREE
Time: 10 a.m.
Contact Name: William Averyt
Phone: (802) 656-8673.

Founded in 1791, the year Vermont became the 14th state to join the union, the University of Vermont is the fifth oldest university in New England. To bring its illustrious history to life, we encourage you to take this walking tour of our historic campus. The tour is approximately 90-minutes. Tours are given every Saturday from now through October at 10 a.m..

7/7/12 - 9/9/12

Saturday Under the Stars Concert Series
City: Stratton Mountain
Place: Stratton Mountain Resort
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Phone: 1-800-Stratton

Warm summer nights and live music go hand in hand making Stratton’s Saturday Under the Stars the place to be starting on July 7 and continuing weekly through Labor Day. Held in the base area, this summer concert series is a fun, free event for the entire family with food and beverage for purchase on site. So pull up a chair, bring a blanket and get your groove on under the great weather.

7/12/12 - 8/30/12

Hobos & Tramps ride the rails at White River Junction
City: White River Junction
Place: White River Flyer
Price: see website
Time: 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Contact Name: Deborah Murphy, General Manager
Phone: 802-770-8185

Ride the train, have a lunch with the men and women who were daring enough to ride the rails looking for work, food, shelter during the era before the Great Depression. Meet the railroad "bulls" who were brutal in their elimination of these souls. History comes to life.

7/19/12 - 8/5/12

Mary's Wedding
City: Weston
Place: OtherStages Performance at the Weston Rod and Gun Club
Price: $38 - $61
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Phone: 802.824.5288
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A dreamlike love story about a young farmer and his bride-to-be who are separated when he enlists in World War I. Beautifully and theatrically told, this award-winning drama examines the impact of life choices and the abiding connection of soul mates.

7/27/12 - 10/21/12

Winooski Farmers Market
City: Winooski
Place: Downtown Winooski
Time: 10am-2pm

Every Sunday until October 21st

7/29/12 - 8/12/12

10th Annual Phlox Fest 2011
City: East Hardwick
Place: Perennial Pleasures Nursery and Tea Garden, 63 Brick House Road
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For the phlox fanciers among you, we hold a Phlox Festival every year here at the nursery, always the first two weeks in August. This is the time when the majority of our 130 phlox are blooming, and so it’s a wonderful opportunity to see dozens of cultivars in bloom, and to see firsthand the differences in color, shape, height and fragrance, which are so difficult to describe in writing. It’s a pretty nice show of color, and we think you’ll be happy to discover how much action there can be in a late summer garden, especially when phlox are combined with other late-bloomers such as heleniums, asters, burnets and coneflowers. During the Fest, Rachel will be leading garden tours every afternoon at 1:00 (except Mondays), although we usually have a guest speaker or two as well, including Dr. Leonard Perry, UVM Extension Agent and a host of WCAX’s ‘Across the Fence’ who is an extremely knowledgeable horticulturalist, and a fan of Phlox. There will be a phlox cut flower display, where you can compare the fragrance and subtleties of color side by side, and you can sign up for door prizes, including a chance to ‘win’ Rachel for a garden consultation

7/30/12 - 8/3/12

ECHO Camp: ECHO Adventurers
City: Burlington
Place: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price: Member: $265, Non-member: $295
Time: 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Contact Name: Alli
Phone: 1-877-ECHOFUN

Combining hands-on science with behind-the-scenes animal encounters, ECHO Adventurers will experience exclusive access to our lakeside Science Center & Aquarium. Guided by full-time ECHO educators, camp staff, and animal care professionals, this intimate group will have private, before-hours admission to our animals, exhibits, and brand new Lakeside Pavilion. A typical day might include exploring the beach ecosystem, playing a group game, dissecting an owl pellet, and then touching a live starfish at Champlain Sea tank! Campers are sure to emerge with new friendships and affection for the natural world. 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. For students entering Grades 1-2; Limit: 16

7/30/12 - 8/3/12

Trad Camp - Music Camp for Kids and Teens
City: Burlington
Place: Memorial Auditorium
Price: Cost for the entire week for Burlington residents is approximately $175, approximately $200 if you’re not a Burlington resident. Registration is handled by Burlington Parks and Recreation and is limited, so Register Early!
Time: 9am and 3pm each day
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Phone: 802 233 5293
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7/30/12 - 10/30/12

Rockwell Kent's Egypt: Shadow and Light in Vermont
City: Bennington
Place: Bennington Museum
Price: $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and students over 18
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm daily
Contact Name: Susan Strano
Phone: 8024471517

Rockwell Kent's "Egypt": Shadow and Light in Vermont, on view at the Bennington Museum, on view through October 30, 2012, is the first exhibit to focus on Kent’s life and work in Vermont, 1919-1925. Despite the avalanche of scholarly attention Kent received during the past fifteen years, the museum’s exhibition and its accompanying catalog is the first comprehensive documentation of this period of Kent’s life.

8/1/12 - 8/1/12

ECHO Family-Scientist Lab: Respiratory System
City: Burlington
Place: ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Price: $17.50-$22.50
Time: 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.
Contact Name: Front Desk
Phone: call 877-324-6386, ext. 100

Breathing is such an important part of living but how much do you know about this process that happens almost without thinking? Why do we even need to breath? In this lab we will discuss our respiratory system, handle a lung that has undergone polymer-impregnation, and do a hands-on activity that highlights the use/capacity of our lungs. The six themed labs are open to people who have purchased tickets to Our Body: The Universe Within for that day. However, space is limited to 25 participants (sign-up is on a first come, first served basis). The intended audience is 10 and up, though all ages are welcome. We will be working in a real laboratory so we ask that any children attending be accompanied by at least one care-giver.

8/1/12 - 8/1/12

City: Burlington
Place: Club Metronome
Price: 21+ $5
Time: 9:00PM
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Phone: 802-658-4771


8/1/12 - 8/1/12

Zack Dupont Album Release Show with Bob Wagner and Brett Lanier Duo
City: Burlington
Place: Nectar's
Price: 18+ $7 in Advance // $10 Day of Show
Time: 8:00PM
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Phone: 802-658-4771

The Zack duPont Quintet is a monster of a group. Will Andrews lends his warm, ethereal tones on trumpet, acting as another voice in the lush soundscape. Pat Melvin holds down the low end on upright and electric basses with unique bowing lines and strong vocal harmonies. Tim Sharbaugh has been the workhorse drummer for the band for several years now. His ability to hold down a simple groove with shakers and mallets, while singing the odd harmony, makes him an incredible asset to the team. Peter Krag is the final piece of the puzzle. Peter is one of the most talented keyboard players in Vermont because of his sensitivity to always compliment the song. He achieves this with a vast knowledge of keyboard styles and sounds as well as a deep understanding of what each tune calls for. The result of this fine group of musicians is a sound that is unified, grounded and fully saturated. What happens when an appalachian blues and folk steam engine train collides with the city bound freight? You'll have to go and see for yourself.

8/1/12 - 10/30/12

Chocolate Tasting
City: Arlington
Place: The Chocolatorium
Price: $5.00 children under 5 are free
Time: 1 pm and 3 pm
Contact Name: Nick Monte
Phone: 802 375 6037

Come learn about where chocolate comes from and how it is made through a short movie. Following this taste 7 different chocolates from different countries and with different percentages of cocoa mass. Tastings are held Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
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