Community Events

WILMINGTON - Wilmington Works invites all artisans to apply to its annual Bright Lights Makers Market, to be held Friday and Saturday, December 9 and 10, in historic Memorial Hall. This market has been a highly successful venue for selling handmade products and art and promises to be even better...

Becca Balint
WILMINGTON - Bartleby’s Books will host a book reading and signing with Becca Balint on Wednesday, September 28, at 6 pm. Balint will discuss her book “The Girl in the Yellow Pantsuit: Essays on Politics, History and Culture.”
Balint is a stateswoman, current candidate for the US House of...
READSBORO - On Saturday, September 24, the Readsboro Baptist Church’s annual fall harvest festival will be held from 10 am to 2 pm at the Readsboro Baptist Church and the Bullock Building.
This is the 60th year of the fall harvest festival in a time when traditions are slowly fading away....
TOWNSHEND - The Vermont Old Cemetery Association, the oldest cemetery preservation organization in the United States, will hold its fall meeting at the Townshend Town Hall on Saturday, September 24. The day will begin at 9 am with snacks and visiting, followed by the organization’s annual...

The workshop allows participants to explore their senses.
BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center will present “Walking as Learning to See,” a sensory observation workshop with artist Roberley Bell, on Sunday, September 25, at 2 pm.
Sight is the dominant sense with which most people take in the world around them. Bell will lead...

Chris Lengyel
BENNINGTON - Family-friendly magician Chris Lengyel will bring his high-energy comedy magic show to the Bennington Performing Arts Center on Saturday, September 24 at 7 pm.
Lengyel’s show features intimate close-up magic, mind-blowing mentalism, and daring yet comical escapes; he even...
BRATTLEBORO - The Baker Street Readers will return to the Hooker-Dunham Theater on Thursday, September 29, at 7 pm with “The Adventure of the Dying Detective” by Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring James Gelter as Sherlock Holmes and Tony Grobe as Doctor Watson. For more information visit www.facebook....
WILMINGTON - In observance of September’s National Recovery Month 2022, Voices of Hope and the Pettee Memorial Library Book Club invite the public to join them on Wednesday, September 21, at 6 pm for a discussion of “Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction” by Judith Grisel....
WILLIAMSTOWN, MA - As a part of Banned Books Week, the Clark Art Institute will host a special presentation on Saturday, September 17, bringing stories of underrepresented groups and civil rights leaders to light. The talk will take place in the Clark’s auditorium at 2 pm.
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Mark Sprague shows his custom wine racks during the 2015 wine festival. File photo/RC
DEERFIELD VALLEY- Mount Snow is an enviable scenic location at any given time of year. Pair its 3,556-foot alpine advantage with a three-day epicurean fete; queue up the vibrancy of fall foliage, and it’s no wonder the Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival is a perennial favorite for visitors and...

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