This tour is designed for history buffs; given by local bestseller author. Visit over 35 sites between Bennington & Manchester, involved in the Battle of Bennington & Ethan Allen's capture of Fort Ticonderoga, for America's first victory. We also visit sites associated with the Civil War. You will view stunning mountain/valley vistas & quintessential villages while traveling in our comfortable 10 passenger tour vehicle. Visit website for detailed description of tour. Advance reservations needed.
his hilarious revue is presented in the form of a series of vignettes connected by the central theme of love and relationships. The scenes stand independent of the others, but progress in a way designed to suggest overall relationships through the course of one’s life. Producer/Director, Suzi Dorgeloh and Musical Director, Gary Schmidt along with Choreographer, Erika Schmidt have chosen the following cast of actors: Nessa Beattie, Joey Blane, Richard Grip, Dana Haley, Drew Hill, Lillian Kelly, Laura King, John Macri, Kevin O’Toole, and Christopher Restino.
Celebrating 32 years, this event kicks off the summer season with over 125 crafters, ethnic food vendors, live entertainment, and lots of children's activities. Woodworking, pottery, textiles, glass, jewelry, specialty foods and more are all featured at Mayfest. Along with all the great downtown shops, restaurants, and galleries you will find absolutely anything you're looking for. Enjoying Mayfest is a great way to spend Memorial Day Weekend with your friends and family.
Learn fly fishing basics in one of our free Fly Fishing 101 classes. Perfect for beginners of all ages. Fly Fishing 101 will provide you with free lessons on fly casting and outfit rigging. Each participant will receive special offers on the essential equipment needed to get started in this exciting pastime. Children 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Register online. Classes fill up fast.
Green Mountain Academy welcomes Ariel Rudiakov, violist and co-founder of Taconic Music, to give us some insight into the process of conducting an orchestra. Conducting is the art of directing a musical performance, such as an orchestral or choral concert. The primary duties of the conductor are to set the tempo, ensure correct entries by various members of the ensemble, and to “shape” the phrasing where appropriate. This presentation will offer a brief history of conducting with photos and commentary, and insight into technical fundamentals with audience participation. Registration is $15 in advance or $20 at the door.