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Cities & Towns of the Northeast Kingdom Region


Craftsbury Common
Derby Line
East Albany
East Barnet
East Burke
East Charleston
East Concord
East Hardwick
East Haven
East Lyndon
East Ryegate
East St. Johnsbury
Greensboro Bend
Lower Waterford
Lyndon Center
Mill Village
Morgan Center
North Concord
North Danville
North Troy
South Kirby
South Lunenburg
South Peacham
South Ryegate
St. Johnsbury Center
West Barnet
West Burke
West Charleston
West Danville
West Glover


Vermont Events in November


The Character of the Kingdom Art Exhibit 11/1/19 - 12/20/19

In 1991 Robert Mallory Klein, a world-traveled, retired diplomat living in Elmore with his wife, decided to paint the villages and hamlets of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom – over 100 in all. He spent many consecutive summers painting several views of each; broad strokes of bold color, afforded by summer light, are reminiscent of Hopper, portraying routine places that one might otherwise take for granted. He painted the ordinary scenes before him – the farmhouse, the store, the patched roofs and leaning porches – and captured, in doing so, the lives of the people who lived there – however modest and humble. What remains are the enduring images of the towns and villages he loved. In a sense he documented a history of the Northeast Kingdom; many of the places have changed with the times; many remain the same. Open Wednesday through Sunday.


Hazen Union Drama Club - Once Upon a Mattress 11/21/19 - 11/21/19

Based upon the famous fairy tale The Princess and the Pea, Once Upon a Mattress tells the story of a Princess of noble birth, unable to sleep on a bed despite its many stacked mattresses, because of a tiny pea placed underneath the bottom layer. The kingdom is an unhappy one. King Sextimus has been struck dumb by a witch’s curse and is condemned not to speak again; Queen Agravia has assumed power and has decreed that no one in the Kingdom may wed until Prince Dauntless is married to a true princess of royal blood. So far the Queen has tested the eligibility of eleven applicants and each has failed the almost impossible tests the Queen has devised. The Knights and Ladies of the Court are most distressed by the situation but the most concerned are Lady Larken and her handsome lover, Sir Harry. A rollicking tale of challenge and deceit unfolds to the final curtain, where, in true fairy tale form, all’s well that ends well.


Hazen Union Drama Club - Once Upon a Mattress 11/22/19 - 11/22/19

Based upon the famous fairy tale The Princess and the Pea, Once Upon a Mattress tells the story of a Princess of noble birth, unable to sleep on a bed despite its many stacked mattresses, because of a tiny pea placed underneath the bottom layer. The kingdom is an unhappy one. King Sextimus has been struck dumb by a witch’s curse and is condemned not to speak again; Queen Agravia has assumed power and has decreed that no one in the Kingdom may wed until Prince Dauntless is married to a true princess of royal blood. So far the Queen has tested the eligibility of eleven applicants and each has failed the almost impossible tests the Queen has devised. The Knights and Ladies of the Court are most distressed by the situation but the most concerned are Lady Larken and her handsome lover, Sir Harry. A rollicking tale of challenge and deceit unfolds to the final curtain, where, in true fairy tale form, all’s well that ends well.


Hazen Union Drama Club - Once Upon a Mattress 11/23/19 - 11/23/19

Based upon the famous fairy tale The Princess and the Pea, Once Upon a Mattress tells the story of a Princess of noble birth, unable to sleep on a bed despite its many stacked mattresses, because of a tiny pea placed underneath the bottom layer. The kingdom is an unhappy one. King Sextimus has been struck dumb by a witch’s curse and is condemned not to speak again; Queen Agravia has assumed power and has decreed that no one in the Kingdom may wed until Prince Dauntless is married to a true princess of royal blood. So far the Queen has tested the eligibility of eleven applicants and each has failed the almost impossible tests the Queen has devised. The Knights and Ladies of the Court are most distressed by the situation but the most concerned are Lady Larken and her handsome lover, Sir Harry. A rollicking tale of challenge and deceit unfolds to the final curtain, where, in true fairy tale form, all’s well that ends well.


Holiday Ornament Workshop 11/24/19 - 11/24/19

Instructor, Penny Hewitt will lead you through the simple pleasure of creating a decoration or gift from local, responsibly harvested, natural materials. Utilizing techniques common to the Scandinavian and Russian style of basketry, you will craft birds and stars using strips of inner bark from the paper birch tree. You will also learn how these materials are harvested and prepared. Everyone will go home with several ornaments. Teens and adults welcome. $50.00 registration fee includes materials. Workshop is limited to 12 students. Note: Registration for this workshop closes on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at noon.


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