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Cities & Towns of the Lake Champlain Valley Region

Bolton Valley
East Charlotte
Essex Center
Essex Junction
Jericho Center
Malletts Bay
South Burlington
South Hinesburg
St. George
Underhill Center
West Bolton

Vermont Events in September

ECHO: Rock Collectors Camp: Awesome Arrowheads 4/25/14 - 4/25/15
Is Kryptonite real? Can you really turn an animal into a diamond? Come uncover the rockin’ world of geology at ECHO. Campers will learn where to find different rocks in Vermont, discover their special properties, and explore their unique uses. Ranging from fossils to flint, campers will leave each day with an awesome new rock for their home collections! For grades K - 5th. Aftercare available until 5 p.m. for an additional fee. Visit or call 1-802-864-1848 x 142 for more information.

LCWS Rummage Sale Bliss 9/20/14 - 9/20/14
We could all use a little retail BLISS! The Lake Champlain Waldorf School's Annual Rummage sale is THE place to find treasures for your home, children and lifestyle. Items from over 200 families, impeccably organized for your shopping pleasure. This is one of the largest rummage sales in the area and we strive to make it a fun, unique experience. Lots of furniture, rugs, books, a Boutique Room, fantastic linens and after room of stuff priced to go! Doors open at 9:00 a.m. sharp. The line often begins to form at 8:30. The sale will is back to our beautiful grade school campus, 359 Turtle Lane. Learn more at Contact Sharon Richards with questions (802) 985-2827 ext. 14

Story Explorers: A Good Day's Fishing 9/20/14 - 9/20/14
Bust out your tackle box and explore what you need to catch a fish! Discover what fish find yummy & practice casting for trout.

Story Explorers: A Good Day's Fishing 9/20/14 - 9/20/14
Bust out your tackle box and explore what you need to catch a fish! Discover what fish find yummy & practice casting for trout.

The American Eye: Symposium Exploring and Celebrating American Art 9/20/14 - 9/20/14
American paintings were the last collection assembled by Shelburne Museum founder Electra Havemeyer Webb (1888-1960) in the late 1950s. Relying on her own keen eye and assisted by leading figures in museums and galleries, Mrs. Webb purchased works by Copley, Cole, Durand, Homer, Prior, Heade, Bierstadt, Lane, Johnson, Cassatt, Grandma Moses, and Andrew Wyeth, among many others. In the years following her death, the collection grew to number over 1,000 works. Shelburne Museum is the only museum in our region to hold American paintings, with particular strengths in New England landscapes and portraiture. In May 2014 the museum reopened its Webb Gallery after months of renovation with Painting a Nation: American Art at Shelburne Museum to explore the creation of this canonical gathering of paintings within an institution better known as a center of American folk art. The American Eye will focus attention on American artists, their artistic inspirations and the importance of American art in the shaping of a national identity. Noted scholars participating in the day’s discussions and gallery tours include museum director Tom Denenberg, independent art historian Marc Simpson, Carol Troyen, the Kristin and Roger Servison Curator Emerita of American Paitings at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Ellery Foutch, assistant professor of American Studies at Middlebury College. A limited number of symposium scholarships are available.

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