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Brattleboro Concert Choir
BRATTLEBORO - After a two-year hiatus, the Brattleboro Concert Choir resumes live performances with “Return to Light,” a program of deeply joyous and introspective works by American composers for choir, organ, and piano. The alternately joyful and introspective program includes 20th- and 21st-...
BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center and Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center will present “Night Skies & Stories,” a free stargazing and storytelling event, on Saturday, May 14, at 8 pm. The rain date for this event is the following day, Sunday, May 15. Space is limited...
BRATTLEBORO- Watch the New England Center for Circus Arts Youth Performance Troupe shine as they explore the myths of ancient Greece in “CircusNEXT: Myths of Circus.”
Together they’ll soar and fall with Icarus, climb and twist with Medusa and her sisters, and go on a journey through time...
BRATTLEBORO - On Thursday, May 19, from 4 to 5:30 pm, Brattleboro Area Hospice will host a new eight-week caregiver support group. The events will take place at Winston Prouty Center and will be available via Zoom. This group is free and open to caregivers who register before the group begins....

Brattleboro native Jody Williams meets with the Dalai Lama, a fellow Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
BRATTLEBORO - The Windham World Affairs Council will host Nobel Peace laureate and Brattleboro Union High School alumna Jody Williams on Tuesday, May 17, at 10:30 am. Williams will address the BUHS student body at Natowich Field, where she will discuss her work as a peace advocate to eliminate...
BRATTLEBORO - Brattleboro Savings & Loan announces the promotion of Melanie Condon to vice president of operations. The promotion was confirmed at the bank’s recent board meeting but Condon has been steadily growing her impact and leadership roles throughout her 26-year-and-counting career at...

Shoppers at the 2021 tag sale look through clothing.
BRATTLEBORO - St. Michael’s Episcopal Church is hosting a huge tag sale Saturday, May 7, from 8:30 am to 2 pm, to be held both indoors and outdoors under tents. The sale will feature not only clothing for all seasons and linens, housewares, jewelry, books, sporting goods, and furniture, but also...

A construction crew working at 80 Flat Street, the new location for Experienced Goods Thrift Shop.
BRATTLEBORO - Experienced Goods Thrift Shop is moving. The store, which is operated by Brattleboro Area Hospice, is on track with this exciting project to move across the street to the Church building at 80 Flat Street. Plans are for the store to close in mid-May at the Transportation Center at...

Kristen Thompson
BRATTLEBORO - Food Connects is excited to welcome Kristen Thompson to the team as its marketing coordinator. Thompson will work closely with the organization’s food hub to improve the program’s communications and increase its promotion of local farmers and food producers.
Thompson joined...
BRATTLEBORO - It’s back. Gallery Walk will return to downtown on Friday, May 6, with more galleries, more music, and more fun. For example, there will be a free ArtSEE gallery tour at 6 pm at Chicken Rex outside of Harmony Collective. No RSVP is needed. The Harmony Lot will also become an outdoor...

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