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Barre
Oct 21, 2014
Lieutenant Governor Candidates Forum
This is a good opportunity for voters to meet the candidates and hear their views, priorities, and positions. The evenings format will include questions posed by the League of Women Voters and written questions from the audience. Each candidate will address the audience and there will be time before and after the presentations for the public to talk to the candidates. Susan Clark, Middlesex Town Meeting Moderator and author of Slow Democracy, will moderate.
Old Labor Hall (46 Granite Street)
7-8:30 p.m.
Free
802-229-4737 Web Site | Map

Barre
Nov 9, 2014
 Eleva Chamber Players Presents Global Folk
The Eleva Chamber Players, Central Vermonts only professional string chamber orchestra, presents Old World-inspired folk music by Vermont composers, plus a rare performance of African Suite, by Nigerian composer, Fela Sowande. Program includes Paul Perley,s Bass Dance, Hungarian Suite, by Dennis Bathory Kitsz, and Michael Closes Scottish Folk Songs. The finale is Sowandes African Suite.
First Church Universalist of Barre (19 Church Street)
Sunday, 3:00PM
Adm.
802-244-8354 Web Site | Map

Cabot
Oct 18, 2014
 Cabot Apple Pie Festival
Cabot Apple Pie Festival Sat., October 18, 2014 9am - 3pm Cabot School gym Main St (Rte 215)& Common Rd, Cabot village Free admission & parking, handicapped accessible Adult & junior contests, cash & ribbons for best homemade pies. Raffles, craft show, silent auction. Pies & lunch sold. Pie contest entry deadline: 10:30am. After judging, entered and donated pies are sold. Small contest entry fee. Volunteers welcome! All proceeds benefit Cabot Historical Society.
Cabot School gym (Route 215 (Main St) & Common Road)
Sat. 9 am - 3 pm
Free
802-563-3396 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 16, 2014
Behind the Scenes: Gardens of Paris
A sneak preview of Gardens of Paris, a small group interpretive tour designed to educate and inspire. Well take you behind the scenes as we plan the trip and photograph a variety of gardens. Well introduce you to charming courtyard gardens, a medieval herb garden, green pockets and lush parterres, share insights, and seek out hidden corners of the most fantastic city in the world. Presented by Karen Kane and Charlotte Albers.
Kellogg-Hubbard Library (135 Main St.)
10/16/13 7:00 PM
802-223-3338 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 16, 2014
Montpelier's Moonlight Madness
Blowout clearance and discount sale throughout downtown, plus stargazing and moon watch with the North Branch Nature Center. Organized by Montpelier Alive and the Montpelier Business Association.
Downtown Montpelier
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Free
802-223-9604 Map

Montpelier
Oct 17, 2014
Montpelier Fall Art Walk
Montpelier Art Walk showcases works of Central Vermont artists at multiple locations downtown, six times a year, generally the first Friday of every even month in the year of 2014.
Downtown Montpelier
802-223-9604 or 802-223-9604 Map

Montpelier
Oct 18, 2014
 Capital City Concerts presents "From Paris with Love"
The Paris Piano Trio has been the undisputed favorite ensemble on Capital City Concerts. After a six year hiatus, members of that group return to Montpelier to perform piano quartets of Faur and Mozart.
Unitarian Church of Montpelier (130 Main Street)
7:30PM
Adm.
802-223-6743 or 802-793-9291 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 18, 2014
Montpelier Arts Festival
Explore downtown Montpelier while viewing talent from artists of all kinds including visual, performance, poetry and food. Several unique venues downtown will be activated showcasing the vast artistic talent of Central Vermont. Spaces will be curated by groups such as SPA, VCFA, The Art Resource Association and Gallery 6.
Downtown Montpelier
802-223-9604 or 802-223-9604 Map

Montpelier
Oct 18, 2014 through Apr 1, 2015
 Green Mountain Graveyards
Daniel Barlow and Scott Baer team up to bring you a special exhibit at the Vermont History Museum entitled "Green Mountain Graveyards." Their photograph exhibit shows how cemeteries are more than final resting places for the dead, they are also important historic sites that tell the story of how families and stonecarvers worked together to express grief through art.
Vermont Historical Museum (7 State Street)
Tuesday thru Saturday - 10am-4pm
802-828-2180 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 23, 2014
 Jewish Identity Film - With Rick Winston
Thursday, October 23, from 6:30 Rick Winston will discuss the work of four of the best-known of these filmmakers, using clips from several films. Among the subjects covered will be: the Holocaust (Lumets The Pawnbroker, Mazurskys Enemies, a Love Story, Brooks The Producers). family life (Mazurskys Next Stop Greenwich Village, Allens Crimes and Misdemeanors). autobiography (Next Stop Greenwich Village, Allens Radio Days). politics and culture (Lumets Daniel , Allens Annie Hall).
Kellogg-Hubbard Library (135 Main Street)
Free
802-223-3338 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Oct 25, 2014
Pumpkin Carving Contest & Pie Sale
Pumpkins are on site and free. Yummy pies for sale from local community members and restaurants.
City Hall Plaza (39 Main Street)
802-223-9604 or 802-223-9604 Map

Montpelier
Oct 31, 2014
Halloween Trick or Treat
Halloween Trick or Treat with downtown merchants. Visit our stores and restaurants and trick-or-treat in a safe and fun place!
Downtown Montpelier (Downtown)
802-223-9604 or 802-223-9604 Map

Montpelier
Nov 5, 2014
Pablo Picasso and Gertrude Stein: The Making of Modernism
How did these two great creative visionaries of Modernism come into their own? Dartmouth professor Barbara Will examines their early friendship and mutual artistic influences. Part of the First Wednesdays series. A Vermont Humanities Council event.
Kellogg-Hubbard Library (135 Main Street)
Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
Free
802-223-3338 Map

Montpelier
Dec 13, 2014
 Touch of Vermont Holiday Gift Market
With nearly 50 Vermont artisans, the Touch of Vermont Holiday Gift Market is on Saturday December 13 at Montpelier City Hall. Buy your holiday gifts from Vermont craftspeople while helping to raise money with an amazing raffle benefiting OUR House of Central VT. There are raffle prizes from every single vendor as well as grand prizes worth over $250 The Touch of Vermont Holiday Gift Market is fully accessible and admission is free to all. http://www.touchofvt.org
Montpelier City Hall (39 Main Street)
Sat. 9am-4pm
Free
802-310-1725 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Feb 8, 2015
 Beethoven & Arnowitt VIII
In 1989, Michael Arnowitt began his novel presentation of the 32 Beethoven piano sonatas, matching his age as he performs the various sonatas with Beethoven's age as Beethoven composed them. 2015 marks the end of this unique project with Beethoven's final three piano sonatas universally regarded as among the most transcendent music of all time.
Unitarian Church of Montpelier (130 Main Street)
Sunday, 3PM
Adm.
802-223-6743 Web Site | Map

Montpelier
Apr 4, 2015
 Capital City Concerts presents 'Muse Music'
MUSE MUSIC, evocative works for mixed ensembles inspired by myth and poetry including Ravels epic Gaspard de la Nuitperformed by pianist Jeffrey Chappell. Soprano Mary Bonhag, flutist Karen Kevra, and bassist Evan Premo) will mix and match in additional works by Jolivet , Debussy, and others.
Unitarian Church of Montpelier (130 Main Street)
7:30PM
Adm.
802-223-6743 or 802-793-9291 Web Site | Map

Waterbury
Nov 8, 2014
 Eleva Chamber Players Present Global Folk
The Eleva Chamber Players, Central Vermonts only professional string chamber orchestra, presents Old World-inspired folk music by Vermont composers, plus a rare performance of African Suite, by Nigerian composer, Fela Sowande. Program includes Paul Perley,s Bass Dance, Hungarian Suite by Dennis Bathory Kitsz, and Michael Closes Scottish Folk Songs. The finale is Sowandes African Suite.
United Church of Christ/Waterbury Congregational Church (8 North Main Street)
Saturday, 7:30pm
Adm.
802-244-8354 Web Site | Map

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May 05, 2013