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"Northeast Kingdom" is a term used passionately throughout Vermont and beyond when referring to the corner of the state against the Canadian Border and the upper Connecticut River. The Northeast ... more info
 
 
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Burke, Vermont
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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 January


Felted Wool Neckwarmer Workshop 1/25/20 - 1/25/20

Participants will learn wet felting technique and use spinning fiber merino wool, bamboo silk, lace and soapy water to create this unique and beautiful accessory. All materials will be provided, including wool in black, gray, and blue. This fun workshop is for all skill levels.


Group Ski Lesson 1/25/20 - 1/25/20

Just getting started in nordic skiing? Want some tips to improve your form? We will be hosting three group ski lessons on campus over the winter, taught by an experienced local ski marathoner and PSIA level I Nordic instructor (classic, skate & tele).


Yamato - The Drummers of Japan 1/30/20 - 1/30/20

Yamato was founded by Masa Ogawa in 1993 in Nara, ‘the land of Yamato” which is said to be the birthplace of Japanese culture. Presently based in Asuka Village, Nara Prefecture, Yamato travels all over the word with Japan’s traditional Wadaiko drums, putting its very souls into the unusual instruments, whose sound stirs the hearts of people everywhere.


Yamoto Drummers 1/31/20 - 1/31/20

Yamato was founded by Masa Ogawa in 1993 in Nara, ‘the land of Yamato” which is said to be the birthplace of Japanese culture. Presently based in Asuka Village, Nara Prefecture, Yamato travels all over the word with Japan’s traditional Wadaiko drums, putting its very souls into the unusual instruments, whose sound stirs the hearts of people everywhere. In the village of Asuka, a place with more than a thousand years of history and culture, Yamato seeks new expression with Wadaiko as its backbone. They think of the sound of the drums – made of animal skin and ancient trees, some of which are more than 400 years old – as a pulse or heartbeat (Shin-on), the center of life and the source of power which pulsates within the human body. Like the strong and sturdy heartbeats of a lonely runner with a sleek and powerful body, Yamato attempts to create the energy of life, which envelops the audience and performers. What one feels when surrounded by the sound of Wadaiko, brought out by these highly trained performers, is what the Japanese call “Tamashy”, translated as soul, spirit, and psyche – the basic elements of life. It is something which is invisible and intangible but whose existence is certainly felt. The pulse, carried down from antiquity, will resonate within all the bodies gathered at any given performance.


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